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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1906 12 Pages NO28 II- i I Ii i I tj l 1aIf b 1r 1IS a t n v k D at nain inmg ugog ngin Vo ye ro Ire Ich It = a BRIGHT ARE PROSPECTS For Commercial Club In Clover portCltlzens All Optimistic For Its Organization MASS MEETING FRIDAY NIGIIT Prospects are bright for a Commerc ial Club in Cloverport A number of Representative citizens have been inter viewed and all of them express optim istic views upon the subjeotEvery cue realizes the crying need of an organization like this in our town and Clover port will have one Parties seeking locations here for industries now have no one to approach on the subject and as the old saying goes what is everybodys ousmess is nobodys business The town needs a club that will ever be oa the alert to secure new enterpr ses for the town and give the promoters encouragement and inducements Just last week a man was here looking around for a site for a button factory He proposed to put in operation a plant which would employ a hundred hands but ho could tinl no one that would assume the responsibility of making him any Kind of inducements So the man lelt town and tats industry may be lost However Dr A A Simons and J A Barry are working on the case and may succeed in inducing the party to estab lish his plant here It will be remem bered that tna Henderson Route shops were brought here from Henderson as the direct results of the efforts of a Commercial Club which was then or ganized here but has since disbanded Several years ago a club of this kind was organized advertising literature was prepared and the club tor a while flourished but fell thrnngh after a short life What Cloverport needs and tjrtiat ve will have now is a real Commercial Club that will have the wel fare of our town at heart and an organization that will not die with its birth A band of twentyfive men welded together for the betterment of this town will work wond res In live years time This is nn false prophecy As much has been done and is being done in other Kentucky towns whose natural advantages and resources du not compare with those of Cloverport The News prints below the opinion helrtontho p janization of a Commercial Club byVaeveral of the towns busi ness men and citizens The individual views of many of those interested in the club could not be published bnt every man approached with one ex ception was heartily in favor of such an organization as the News propos esIA Commercial Club yes Lot us have one as quickas it can be organiz ed P D Plank W 9 should by all means have a Com mercial Club I am in favor of it and will give part or my time to its welfare- J A Barry An active Commercial Club would be a strong factor to develop the busi ness interests of the city i a V G Babbage f nets to the front By all means organize a Commercial Club The way to build up the town is for the city to encourage outsiders to locate their enterprises in Clover port The Com mercial Club ever on the alert will be on the lookout for good roads and everything else in sight for the citys welfare J C Nolte Bro A Oomfitncial Club has long been needed in Cloverport and I am hearty ly In favor ot one being organized Marion Weatherholt i Cash Bank ot Clovreport T If a Commercial Club is organized and does not worn wonders tne first nothingFbyin favor of a club ot this kind and it mall have our support r Short Haynes I A Commercial Club is what the pro spector asks for first when he comes linto a town We should have one at onco by all means We are with snConrad Payne Co Wo know of nothing that would help Cloverport more than a live Com Berl1 Club We need one and must fLaveit You have our whole support Gregory Cop J D brregory and F D Ferry f LIGHT PLANT FOR THIS CITY An Almost Certalnty Messrs Miller to Make City Liberal Electric Light Proposition FOREIGN CAPITAL TO BE USED Prospects for electric lights in Clover port are brighter now than at any pre vious time D Stewart Miller Jr and H Stewart Miller will make the most liberal proposition to the council at its next regular meeting that it has ever beard H Stewart Miller will appear before the council in person and outline their plan Every othor proposition of this kind made to the council has asked the town for so much money that the question could not bo considered fur lacK of funds The Miller brothers propose to erect a modern electric light plant in this city furnish lights for private use of firms and individuals and light the town H Stewart Miller was here Monday tram Owensboro and made the following statement in regard to the matter to a News representative We my brother and myself will er rect a plant here and furnish lights to the citizens and the town if we can get the proper encouragement trom the city council The plant will be entirely separate from thi Miller Brick Tile Company and will be run by a stocK company organized especially for that purpose In order to secure money for this company we must nave a written guarantee from the town saying the amount of lights they will take If the town will guarantee us 000 a year fur lights to start on the plant will be erected at once We will protect the town from exorbitant rates by giving them our guarantee to that effect We will not auk a cent of capital from the people of Cloverport to establish this plant It will all be done with foreign capital as wo can secure all we want of this if the town will give us the guarantee men tioned We will not pay a big price tor the ranchIso The town ia now paying 350 a year for street lamps A prominent mem her of the council said to the Newi that without any additional revenue the town could raise the extra 250 and without much difficulty pay 000 a year tor lights I am always for a Commercial Club Thetown will prosper under it I give you my surportFred Fraize Mass Meeting Call We respectfully call a mass meeting of every man in Uoverpart who IS in terested in the towns welfare to be held in the City Hall at 8 oclock Fri day night Jan 20 1000 The purpose of the meeting is to elect officers for a Commercial Club to be organized on said night It Is important that every man in town should be present Breckenridge News INVESTIGATION OF MORRIS AFFAIR Subject Of A Bitter Speech In the Senate By Tillman SENATORS CONFER ABOUT IT Washington Jan 18 Senator Till man today introduced the following resolution in the senate Resolved That the president of the senate bo authorized to appoint a committee of five senators to Investi gate the recenf incident at the White House resulting in the expulsion from the executive offices of Mrs Minor Morris and to report to the senate The resolution was promptly tabled by a vote of fiftyfour to eight Washington Jan ItThe recent forcible removal from the White House of Mrs Minor Morris was made the subject of emphatic denunciation by Senator Tillman in the senate His re marks called out demonstrations from Messrs HaleHopKins and Daniel and led tothe very abrupt closing of the doors and the sudden adjournment or the senate in the middle of the afternoon MOORMANINTERVIEWED On Road QuestionJudge Talks Freely of His PolicyIntends to Carry It Out CHANGES TIME OF COURT Judge Henry Moorman was in town Friday He spoke reels of his policy regarding the road question and tat ed that he would be the Judge of Breckenridge county while his term lasts He said that he had alwayp paddled his own canoe and would certainly continue to do 80 Judge Moorman stated that he was now out of politics and that he never expected to be a candidate again in the county He will adopt a new form of manag lug the road supervisors it bo can get the people to help him work out his plans Judge Moorman spoke in part as follows Our county is behind in a lot of things Roads is one of them Breck enridge county has some very tine farmers but they are standing in their own light I am for good roads aud will do everything in my power to get them I conducted my campaign on tills policy and I shall perform my unties under it Better roads in this county will introduce a better class of people to settle here Bad roads is one of Breckenridge county H stnmb ling blocks a man can come 10 Hard Insburg buy a bolt of cotton a pair of shoes and a sacK of flour and mire his wagon with them before he gets homeThis had condition of roads should not prevail I shall presently write a aeries of letters in regard to the road question in this county and have them publishedJudge Moorman will hold his first county court this week He will change the quarterly court from convening quarterly to convening monthly He says the law provides for this and his reason for so doing is because it will be a convenience to the paople How is politics in Hardinsburgf the judge was asked Politics Is quiet All the Blackburn men are also very quiet I was H Blackburn man myself And Tom Moore couldnt persuade yon to come to Clorerport and bieak up that Blackburn convention inquired the News lepresentative No not me replied Judge Moor man OLD FOLKS TESTIFY All Old People In Cloverport and Their Children Take Notice A tune comes to every one when the life forces begin to tail We begin to feel1 that we are going down bill and perhaps that the end ot active service if not of life is near Thpse extracts from some letters re cently received from old people should be interesting reading Mr AJ Baker of Evansville Ind says I believe there is no other medicine equal to Vinol for old people I would not take 1000 for the good it has done me Mrs Sarah J Windrom cousin of the late United States president Zach ary Taylor says Vinol IH a G dsead to old people I am seventhsix vears old but owing to the strength creating qualities of Vinol I feel young active and well today Mr Jos Bankson of Decatur Ill seventyeight years of age saysI Vinol has made mo strongaotive and well A member of the firm of Short Haynes says Vinol owes its virtue to the fact that it contains in a highly concentrated from all the active crea tive strengthening and body building properties of cod liver oil It makes rich red blvd healtbly body material and sound steady nerves In this way its repairs worn tissues checks the natural decline of the aged and re place weakness with strength Every aged person in Cloverport should try Vinol on our gnarantee to refund the money if it fails to give satisfaction Short Haynes druggists Miss Mattle Bell Bryanof Covington noted for her beauty died last week OASTOnJA nthazz Bought COMMERCIAL CLUB FOR HARDINSBURG MaybeProminent Men Are Talking of One Tribute to Mrs Gardner By M E S S SURVEYING NEW COUNTY Hardlnsbnig Ky lan 22Spl- The M K church S S went from the church inI a body to the residence of Mrs K G Gardiner last Sunday and concluded its session there Short appropriate addresses were made by Taylor Beard and Mortis Eskridge Mrs Gardiner responded in a exellont and feeling talk The services at the house were under the direction of Cole wan E Bagwell The visit ot the school was a surprise to Mrs Gardin erand was an enjoyable occasion for all who were present Mrs Gardiner has been confined to her home for three years by reason of a fall She is the oldest inhabitant ot Hardtnsburg being per 80th year Dr Earl Moorman will move this weeK to Helton Muhlenburg county where he will locate to practice his profession Since his graduation in July 1001 he has practiced here Dr Moorman is an excellent young man of a wall known family and good physician and will deubtless make a success in his chosen profession We commend him to the people of his new home The proposed A S of E tehandlhig and storage house for tobacco seems to be assured There is considerable talk of locating the factory at Kirk The citizens ot Hardlnaburgehonla at least make an effort to secure its location here It would bring many a dollar to the town Some Of the leading citizens of the tows ate agitating the for oration of a Commercial Club Such an organ ization properly conducted would certainly do no har- mLOUISVILLE MAN- COMMITS SUICIDE By Shooting Himself Caused By Eight Months Suffering ERNEST NORTON TilE VICTIM Louisville Kv Jan 18Ernest J Norton one of the richest young men in this citytoday snot himself in the head in the bathroom at Norton infirm ary while in a state of melancholia following an illness of eight months Mr Norton was only thirty yeArs of age and has been suffering for over a year with stomach troubles No cause can bo advanced for the deed other than his mental condition had become deranged by continued illness He was one of the best Known younger men In the city and universal ly admired Mr Norton was a son ot the late Ernest Notion and a grandson of the late George Norton He inherited con siderable property both from his father and from his mother who was a Miss Caldwell and up to very recently en gaged actively in buying and selling real estate in which he met with considerable success Mr Norton was educated at the old Rugby school and was well known over the city Mr Norton was thirty years of ago and leaves a widow who was Miss Freda Zorn Besides his wife he is survived by one brother Mr Caldwell Norton It is rumored that Prof Hughes of Wilmore Ky hRS bought Arch Good mans farm of 000 acres at West View for 0750 and with establish an in dustrial school on it Prof Hnf hen for merly own d a college at Wilmer He is one of the States best educators and his purpose in establishing this school at West View is to enable persons who desire an education but are not luau dally able to doso can secure tuition by working on the farm which will bo run in connection with the school Mr Hanks is building a store house at Holt Lunches at Weatherholts Does your baking powder contain alum Look upon the label Use only a powder whose label shows it to be made with cream of tartar NOTE Safety lies in buying only the Royal Baking Powder which is the best cream of tartar baking powder that can be had BIG MONEYIN TOMATOES Declares J C JarboeHis Corn Brought 520 an Acre and Tomatoes S5a THEY IIMPROVE THE SOIL In an interview Saturday J C Jar boe of this city who runs a large farm at Skillraan declared that there was more profit in raising tomatoes than in raising either corn or wheat He quoted figures from his own exper fence that conclusively proved his statement He said in part as follows Last year my tomato crop watt a failure but that has not altered my faith in the profits derived from to mato growing in excess of the profits made on other crops raised in our cow munity Tile year before last 1001 my tomato crop brought me 55 per acre My coin brought me 20 an acre The cultivation of the two crops are about the same If any difference the cutiva tion of the tomato crop is easier than the corn crop One of the greatest ad vantages I see in raising tomatoei is that it builds up worn out soil For instance panted my wheat last year in the field in which my tomato crop hill been raised Part of the wheat however was not sown in tomato around and this is evidence to prove that the tomato crop improved the soil tot the wheat planted in the tomato ground was so much better than that which was not sown in tomAto ground that the difference was noticable at once I shall contract to raise a good quantity of tomatoes tnis year for the local cannery Tomatoes are being contracted for this year at 20 cents a bushel This is an advance of one cent over the price paid last ye- arBROTHERS MEET Butler Pa JJanWSpccia 1 1 John T Patterson aged seventy two years of Cloverport Ky und Calvin M Patterson ago fifty one years of Butler met yesterday in this place for the first time in fifty years The brothers were born in Butler county When John T was sixteen years of age he paid his father 300 es timated to be the value duo his father for his services during his minority und struck out for New York Five years later he visited his home for a short time and saw his brother Calvan a babe in arms for the first and until yesterday the only time in his life John T located in tome Ind and afterwards in Clover port Ky where he prospered as a horticulturist Calvin M Patterson is an oil operator and owns extensive productions The two met in a barber shop yesterday John T is now a guest at his brothers homo Tobacco was 1 received here freely Tuesday W H PAIN JR- KILLS HIMSELF At Bewleyville By Cutting Throat With Pen KnifeDeed Re suit of Grief for Wife WAS A PROMINENT CITIZEN Irvington Ky Jan IDW H Cain Jr one of the bestknown farm ers of this county committed suicide some time during the night by cutting his throat from ear to ear with a small pocket knife He was sleeping in the same bed with his fourteen vear old eon Herbert at his home Ht Bewley ville and the first known of the suicide was when they Doy awoke about G oclock this morning and fouud his father on the floor near the bed his tight clothes saturated with blood He had evidently been dead several hours Mr Cain who was about sixty years of age and had been grieving over the deatn of his wife who died recently This gritf is thought to have weighed upon his mind so heavily that it threw him into a spell of deliriousnessI and he is thought to have killed him self in this stage of mind He was not as reported in a Louisville paper despondent oVtr business revokes as he was financially well to do He had sold his old home place and gone West to seek n better location He returned finding the West not as abundant with prosperity as he nad thought Mr Cain leaves five children Mica Florence Cain of Louisville Roy Cain a farmer of Bawleyville Tnomas Cain a physician living in Michigan Miss Bevie Cam a teacher at Bewley ville and Herbert Cain fourteen years old lIMPLICATED IN SHOALS ROBBERY Is Confession of Louisville Men Big Haul of 15000 NAMES NOT KNOWN Louisville Ky Jan 18 The announce ment was made today by Attorney FGwyne that a prisoner at Shoales Ind has made a confession in conec tion with the robbery of a store at Shoales of f15000 He says that the confession implicates three Louisville pen who will be charged with being accessories both before and after the fact He refuses to give out the name of the man making the confession or of the Louisville men implicated but it is generally known in Louisville who are the men meant Mr Uwyno says that the men went to Shoales to rob tne Shoales bank but found that a family lived on the second floor ot the bank building and that the telephone exchange was locat ed in a rear room making it necess ary for teem to find some place for their game where there were fewer people about Aaron Kohn will go to Shoales next Tuesday to hold a confer ence with Mr Gwyno who is there now and it is understood that ex tradition papers for the three Louis ville men will be Immediately asked for +p Iv i i j I I J j II I t 1 iJ i YYyt 4 i l- I IVu Louisville Daily HERALD And Breckenridge News E One year for just Two Dollars ttUntil 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 timeI Send orders to this office Offer expires January 31 1906 the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky J 1iJJ 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21 1900 A GOOD MORAL A man who was too economical t subscribe for the Breckenridge News eeut his little boy to borrow tne cop taken by his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a r10 atnucl of bees and in ten minutes look ell like a warty summer squash His cries reached his father who ran o his assistance and failing to notice barbed wire twice ran into that break ing it down cutting a handful of lleeh from hU anatomy and ruining a 400 7Zeal r of pants = The old cow took sdvnntf ge ol the gap in the fence and got into the corn leld and killed Herself eating green cornHearing the racKet the wife ran opMt a tune gallon churn fall of rich orenm into K basket of kitten drown tne the Hook In the harry she droppedr a X25 set of nslt teeth The taby Mi alone crawled through the spilled iiiilK anti through the par oi mining u brand new 20 carpet During the excitement the oldestl daughter ran away with the hired man the dog broke up eleven setting bent and the calves got out and chewed up our fine shirts Moral Take the News and then you will not have to borrow either the sews or trouble Magnolia Blossom Pat 08 vi lie Ky The soothing and comforting effects of DeWnta Witch Hazel salve when applied to titles sores cuts bops qte subdnea pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the iullnm motor rtHlunes swelling nod acts as a rnlwfuulent thus fircnltttiug the blood = through the diseasid louts permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re move the trouble entirely Sold hy nil DruggistsMrs Chadwick In Pen Mrs CassH L Chhdwick the bank wrecker and wizard of finance is in tho Ohio State pftiiitentiHry ht Coluui bus Her tterm is ten ears She will pro bably be put to washing or other hard luborShe olalnia to love heart trouble in ease this Iis true she will bf given a place in the sewing depnrtniontMrs Ghadwkk IIHB been identified by u woman lIprk nt the prison as Madame Doveio who has served a term in the penitentiaiy for torgei v Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St KewYorKut one time had her beauty spoiled skin trouble She writes fII had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but notning would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 2icJat Short Haynes drug stow In tionor Of Air Fontaine Mrs JauieslT Skillman entertained Thursday evening at her houip in the East End in honor of Mr Virgil Forn taint of Louisville Mr Fontaine has been the guest of Mrs Skillman for sove ul daysHe is a progressive young railroad man Those present were Misses Ray Heyser Maud Polk Edna and Annie Tarooo and Messrs Virgil Fontaine Frwnn and WilliAm White Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomneh a restallows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indigestion Belching of ins Sour Stomach Heart Burn etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods into the kind of rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by alb Draggle Obituary James DeHaven was born Sept25 Ib70 and died Jan 7 1 JOG He was the son of Mr and Mrs Solomon DeHaven of BrecKenndgo county He lived with his parents until he was twenty one sears of age and Before entering Lioe Kingdom of God and its rigntons Baptiystiv church in 1803 and was an active church worker when he left home 0He was a beloved and devoted mew IHT of the family Miss Florence Van Meter the dau Meteraof South Carlton Ky became Mr Ueflnrens Jan iE002Tii lived lovingly and comfortably to gather for four years until God in his alwise cnolce called him from life to eternity A mother father four sisters four brothers and his loving wife sur vive1 him He was only confined this o bed throe weeks Death being sudden A short time before his death he was heard singing Neater mv lied to thee He told his wife not to woiry after him for he was alright and in a short time paaed away His home was in Cincinnati O A Friend A Grim Tragedy u daily enacted in thousands of home as Death claims in each ono another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Couchs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F GHuntleyot Oaklandon Indwrites My1 wife had the consumption and three doctors stave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds whie oared her and today she is well fits strong It Kills the germ of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at iiOe and 100 by Short Sr Haynes druggist Trial bottle free War Costs 1 1050000000 The total cost ot the late war be tween Japan and Russia is l0iO 000000 The Ru umn government willI have to raise 240 500 000 by credi- operatlans to balance the estimate ofI eceipts and expenditures during 1000 Four Hundred Babies 151 Vincents Intant Asylum Chicago shelters homeless wans awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Sister Julia writes 1 cannot say too much in praise of Foleys Honey mid Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Contains no opiates and is sate and sure Ask for Foleys Honey and Ta rand insist upon having Itas it is a safe remedy ana certain in resultsRe file substitutes Sold by A R Usher Extend Lines The board of directors et tile Owens born City Railroau company met last Monday afternoon at 4 oclock and decided upon important extensions of their hns and other improvements The total expenditures for the contemplated betterments will be about 75 000 Archer Has Good Offer Mi W G Archer has received a very fluttering otter from the Frisco railway system to take the manage merit of a Chautauqua to be started at Eureka Springs Ark Two years ago the company began work on plans for the establishment of a great sanitarium Chautamjua and other things at Eureka Springs where It has large interests Mr Archer was invited to go there on a tour of inspection which he did He nears nothing more of the matter until today whenho received letters from Mr Hilton the general pasenger agent of the Frisco and MrA C Visnerof Battle Creek Mich Containing the offer Mr Archer has the matter under consldera tIon Owensboro InquirerI DeWltfs J t Salve For filM lurnci SOTM Ready For Pastors Institute Everything is in readiness for our great Institute Jan aOFeb 2 We badl fronmI in selecting our speakers and woI chose the best While it is for pastorsI primarily it is not for pastors only Officers and teachers will find it nI fine school instruction Aver school I tne State should send its pastors and a few of its officers and teachers Pastors will be entertained and others can get board at one dollar per day and up For Program and particulars address H A Fox Louisville Ky A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Illlnd Bleeding Protruding Piles Drusslsi are authorized to round money If PAO OINTMENT falls to cure In a to 14 days Soc COTTON ACREAGE I ileac 3ii iIleN First mill Cotton nn m- SiirpluN or Money Crop There never Las been a time whoa 1 was so important for our fanners to fully realize just whet anti how much to produce nod just when and how to put our cotton and other surplus upon the markets Wo need a thorough sys tem to control the farmer and thor ough organization to control the latter We have used more wisdom than usual in controlling our production this year In obedience to the call of the Cotton association the Farmers union null tho prows all over the south We ar displaying the same prudence In mar keting our staple crop AH to Production No sole farther or one who has the welfare of himself mud his calling at heart will allow the price of cotton to Induce him to Increase his acreage in exh toimaintain ten cent cotton we must keep the production around 10000000 bales All above this Is a waste anti a suicidal policy as for as we fanners are con cerned at least We are glad to see that Hon Harvie Jordan president of the Cotton association bus already given us his advice In the following words The Southern Cotton association will get to work In the next teu days pledg tota acreage tt begin thus early to hold down the cot tot acreage In order to give the plant ers full opportunity to make their art rangements for another year Cut Cotton Grow Grnln Etc These tare certainly words of wise counsel cud the Cultivator gives Its unequivocal Indorsement to them These things must be continually re peated We all know this to be the wise policy but It is dlllicult to get each and every farmer to put It Into practice Home supplies first anti cot ton as a surplus and money crop Is the motto anti must be continually preach cd until all our Intelligent farmers em body it as their undevlatliig system The only great forward movement that we want to advocate In the raising of cotton Is cut your urea and learn to make more per acre by loving the best seed and giving it the Jest preparation manuring trod cultivation This area taken from cotton we want wisely hoar died to Increase our cattle groin hay anti com crops until the south shall be self sustaining along these lines and cease drawing upon the west and northwest for her supplies Southern Cultivator Feeding the Kiill IMitfl From now on mix the feed for the young pigs one feed ahead fwd you may with good results add u half spoonful of ollmeal for each pig and Increase as they get larger Put u lit tlo shelled corn in the feed and let It soak from one feed to another Also Increase this as time goes on It they can follow around after cattle that are fed corn It will be sufficient corn for them and will give them their needed exercise The cattle keep the snow tramped down and the pigs will keep pretty busy You should always aim to have a southern exposure protected on the windward side by a high tight board fence and on the north by a building where the suns rays will boIreflected so It will thaw on a sunshiny I day while it freezes in moro unprotect ed places Orange Judd Farmer One came oi Poo MlUe- CompeUUpn sgo niftfuajnftiericlw agent It IIs n well Known tart that In our smaller places reliable farmers goiJtllquality of milk for their customers nod to sell It at a fair price Their charges estimated1 from cost of production have been very reasonable soy II5 cents per quart After starting sonic Irresponsible man would undertake to sell milk at 3 4 or f cents per quart Conse quently the good milk was soon crowd ed out and there was left upon the market only this poor quality of milk This Irresponsible roan could then the price of his ntlikC L raiseII The Pectin Hell From statements of Professor Van bemau at the recent National Nut Growers meeting In Dallas Tex It appears that tho pecan belt of the world Is particularly conllued to Geor Sill and Florida and the gulf states lying to the west and that In these states the pecan groves of the future must be grown for all commercial purposes tvllltgrow and does grow Immense trees as far north as Indiana anti Illinois but declared that such trees bore uniform- lyI Inferior nuts In a most Irregular menace I NEWS NOTES I LLLThe South African goat Sultan sheared eighteen and n half pounds of mohair at one clipping This is said to probeably the worlds record According to California statistics during tho last season 107192000 pounds of green fruit were shipped east us compared with 135110000 pounds for the season before a gain of JOS2000 pounds- It Is reported that Dr Galloway of savedvejoplng a stock of plants Immune to the forcing houso diseases that have been prevalent of late years While expressing high appreciation of Mr Burlmnk and giving all due credit for his real achievements In plant growing moro than one of our agri cultural Journals is scoring the fad of liurbankltls that has recently swept through tho press Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid 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 Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most promt r and effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts on natures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport At nn Execution Sir Wemyss Held wrote as follows of ore of his early experiences as are porter On the first occasion of witnessing an execution as I stood trom being at the foot of the scaffold on which the victim was about to appear I noticed an old reporter for whom I entertained a great personal respect pacing up and down beside me reading tho new testament pitythatthat my friend was seeking spiritual comfort In view of the event In which wo were about to take part as spectators and recorders I said something to him about the horror of the act we were shortly to witness He looked up with a placid smile from his reading and said gently for he was essentially a gentleman Yes very sad very sad but let us bo thankful It Isnt raining And then he calmly re turned to his dally reading of the Word Greatly 1 in Demand Nothing is more In demand than a medicine which meets modern require ments for blood and system cleanser sn6h as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach andliver troubles Try them At Short and Haynes drugstore prlco 25o guaranteed 75 per Geol Of the One Way Rate 7 FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO POINTSI- N THE Great Southwest ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TEXAS and NEW flEXICO opportunitiesThiswore excursions tit this extremely low rate December 5th and 19th Write for our Illustrated Booklets and complete your plans to 00 sow In STRAWBERRY PLANTS We have a complete list of strawberry plants No plants sent ut until after October 1st Aner December 1st our customers may deduct from the price 20 per cent We skull Issue anew catalogue In January stvlru full de- scrIption of the old and new varieties Our cus tomers for strawberry plants cover every State In thin union We can dip most every month during tho winter and spring except some time In January awl February Our plants are tied In bundles of 23 each pacKea In moss In the very best mannerln crates especially designed for this purpose information request McGUIRE Strawberry Plant Price List Half Dozen at dozenrates 50 at hundred rates 500 at looo by 100 Ex 1000 Ex by mall 100 Ex 1000 pdAlmufO not 60AutoSOAromroBubach40Braudywlne 40ClydeJ80Cllrnlu30Blsmarck40Boston P 60CrescentDayton Oak apEarly40Eleanor30palrtieldinJlmdy4oGlen30Ilaverhand71HeroLenJessieshKansasckoulsIo ORDERSth hotLtvoRorAlso have complete stock of Peach Apple Pear Plum and C- rtrees bettor in country Send for free Illustrated ring ringJBERLIN MDrfulout Fields Being Cleared Up In last few years great changes have been wrought in appearance of land on the outskirts of Cloverport Not many years ago the famous old LaHIeat picnic grounds were thick beautiful today this sites almost barren Fields along the creek bottom are almost barren to hoes Umber having been scldeat down TbeI hauled away or rafted in tbo Land east of oily has held its own per cent 5 Full un GEO II G P A II I D P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 rat 12 mall 12 l o 5J 3 ED 25 30 3 50 Early t r 1 t veils 33 40 3 00 e a No the the the with trees the LEE t in regard to timber A very largeYou runs from the Henderson Routender to the turnpikere al- lu HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 yeA dress TastelesTonIc Bin takIscure no pay 50c ont anMrserer Haweaviile Ky JanSMrs Miller of Penvllle this county after a short illness a t f r 11 taJ tB tn tb tc 01bo 2 m3 7 jul ato tor Wet the side aU 1- 1Ten bit tie n thatOVer latst Loul Tl- mach and it betwe Tile si- made pooltt years II the grc- method were s- sdifficult from s4 tieThe new str4 given th- In a red bacco in be the m- financial soclatior secured and this- Jssociatu i hOu8anlal PHI a bott voter and le iiJr- r r vlncfng pre are out of icre o lis co- expressed greatIn kidneys i pdaJbad antfty r the day the nIght effectd cures of tl meSold may have discbook bollIy byDr ighamton ding this ge make any trampK I the adds bottle The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 I 1906 f GREAT TRIUMPH FOR a EQUITY FARMERS Every Leaf of 190i Crop Pooled in Owensboro Sold Except a Little Trash at 925 SALE MADE TO II I P BARNARD Every leaf of the 1004 crop of to bacco pooled in Owensboio by thi American Society of Equity with ttu exception of a small quantity of trash has been sold and tbe society gain ed a victory as complete as even its most ardent supporters hoped for The llust sale was made Wednesday whe the G70 hogsheads of Pryor Jeaf and lugs pooled at the G N Thompson house were sold for an average of O 25 the same price received for tbe- h102 hogsheads sold on Monday The lie was made by I P Barnard ol the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse com pany with whom the tobacco has been stored for several months He say that ho is not at liberty to give the name of the purchaser but says that il is not the Continental Tobacco Com pany The last sale was made to tin same party astho first and it is an derstoed that the whole lot will be exportedSmall Qunnity of Trash The only tobacco now remaining on the hands of the Daviesscounty finance committees that pooled at Whitesvillc and the small quanity of trash still held of the OwensDoro pool All of the Barley was disposed of several months agoDnring the week 1772 hogsheads of tobacco nave been sold in Owens boro This tobacco represents about 2403600 pounds and has brought p22 833 Equity men all over the county are jubilant over the sale They have all along bem confident of ultimate VI- Ctory In their fight but the sale of this weeK afforded tne first opportunity they have had to demonstrate to outsiders their ability to cope with the stiuatlon Although the Clarksville Tenn growers made their sales some bit earlier their victory over the Reg ie agents was not more complete than that of the Daviess county Equity men over the tooacco trust One of theist prominent totacco dealers in Louisville is mated as saying Means Much to Farmers The success of the pool means much to the Daviess county growers ana it also means a lively scramble between the larmers and the trust Tne sale IB the first that has been made successfully since the effort to pool the tobacco were originnted three years agoand although the majority of the growers have had confidence in the method ot raising the price many were skeptical and it was only with difficulty that they were restrained from celling when tie open market price began to boom liThe deal means that not only will new strength and added confidence be given the farmers which will result in a redoubling of tne quantity of to bacco in the pools but it will also be the means of providing additoinnl financial assistance for the farmers as sociations Ready money has been secured with the greatest difficulty and this is the greatest obstacle the issociationa have had to overcome as Thousands Have Kidney Trouble t and Dont Enow it How To yind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your rater and let it stand twentyfour haunt a Seotment or set tllng an unhealthy condi of the kid If stains your linen Is of kid trouble too frequent desire to pass or pain In the back Is also jnvinqlng proof that the kidneys and blad ar are out of order What to Do There is comfort In the knowledge so Swampsotsh in curing rheumatism pain In the ck kidneys liver bladder and every part U Inabilityholdor bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantCring the day and to get up many times ring the night The and the extra Unary effect of SwampRoot Is soon tired It stands the highest for Its won rful cures of the most distressing cases ou need a medicine you should have the t Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottleof this discoverytei re about It both sent iolutely freeby mall Indicates tion neys It it evidence ney It mild dress Dr KHmer t Hoeftof SwampJtooc Binghamton N Y Whan writing runLos xk i reading this generous offer in this paper orOnt make any mistake but remmb3r the ae JjpampKoot Dr Kilmers Swam p- It aSS the addresi Btnghamto N Y I orer bottle many of the farmers are compelled to sell their crops as soon as cut IIn order to secure money to tide them through the winter Celebrations Held Celebrations were held at several places in the county last night At Moseleyville there was a particularly enthnisastic demonstration and dynamite was used to make a noise S Turner Burns hairman ot the county finance cna mittee was serenaded It is not Known just when the money will be ready fcr distribution to the farmers but those in charge say that it will be within a few weeks at the longest Owing to the pressure of business in the warehouse of the Louisville TQbacco Warehouse company during the past few weeks it has been impossible to sample and prepare Lor shipment all of the tobacco transferred in the deal The work will be carried on as rapidly as possible however and the purchase will bo ready for ship ment in a few days When it is ship ped the money will be sent to tho county finance committee and will then be distributed as soon as the pro rata of each farmer in the pool can be determined Slight MisunderstandingI Tnere has been an element of dissatis faction on the part of some Burley growers recently upon receiving their checks for tobacco pooled some of them claiming that they did not got enough money It appears that the misunder standing arose because of a failure of the persons making the sale to give the average price received or the price I j on the various grades It was stated at the time tha sale was made that thoii prices were 1050 900 and 850 It appears however that some grades of leaf and lugs were sold for a lower price bringing the average down HII 13 Lee stated last night that in order to satisfy some unexity ho had made J a partial examination and found this to bo the case The pro rata made he says is fidr at the prices actually received and that the farmers who thought they wore not getting enough money were misled by the published prices Ueoiue M Taylor a member of the Burley committee and one of the most prominent men in the society in the county stated Wednesday night that he is going carefully over the books and that he will make a complete stat mont of the Burley pool as soon MS ho can get his figures ready It is a tedious job he says and some time will be required to complete it For coughs and colds uo leinedy is equal to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It is different from all Jtheis better because it expels all sold from the systtm by acting as a cathartic on the bowels Affords immediate relief in Croup Coughs Colds Whoopingcough etc Children love it Sold by all Druggists THE CUCKOO JOTT Tutu Scllluli Itentleii Ilird Get UK Egg Hutched A popular fallacy tells us that a cuckoo lays eggs In another birds nest Silo does not She lays eight eggs on tile ground The eggs are In size color spots and shape In accordance with tile information obtained say In Leigh voodn Out of the eight eggs live or six would closely resemble the lege narrows The other two might be those of a titlark u wren or a linnet ler mule friends about three or four to each lady now come forward elect each nil egg and civtry it In Its mouth to the nest of the proarranged foster mother Only one cuckoo egg Is laced In one nest If lie finds a cuckoo has preceded him on the same errand Lie seeks another cradle knowing In a noment amhl all the eggs present the cuckoo pedigree The deluded mother hatches the Intruder with her own brood anti the Interloper having the faculty of being latched sooner than the others IsI of ourse the first to come out of his shell He manages to wriggle underneath his brothers and sisters and presents them ris a heave offering to the expectant rodents mice ruts stoats and what not and within twelve hours of his ex- Istence is the supreme occupier of the nest He keeps his black mouth wide pen continually which the zither and mother of the departed chickens us constantly till until his body Is too big for his home and he departs therefrom forever The cuckoo leaves the last week of July He is a restless being After caving Europe he begins in the north of Africa and ends at the Cape of Good Hope whence he returns to Europe in the spring Why does he go away and why come back Food the rood he loves the hairy caterpillars He vlll cat other grubs but these are lila hourly bread It has been estimated in round nUIII ers that out of every 100 hairy cater illlars that wriggle into life 09 are devoured by cuckoos Everywhere nature is careful to maintain her balance The cuckoo keeps down the millions of illllons of hairy caterpillars and preserves our cornfields from being eaten lp by hedge sparrows The cuckoo Is a born conservative and as long as ho lives returns annually to the neighborhood of his birth Wentern England Press Handsome Calendar N W Ayer Sons advertising gents Philadelphia have sent us a handsome calendar that will graco any ALL SICK WOMEN SHOULD READ MRS FOXS LETTER In All Parts of the United States Lydia CompoundHas Many wonderful cures of female ills are continually coming to light which have been brought about by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and W Mrs Fannie DFox through the advice of Mrs Plnlthnrn of Lynn Mass which is given to sick women absolutely free of charge The present Mrs 1inhlmin has for twentyfive years made a study of tin Ills of her sex she has consulted with and advised thousands of suffering women who today owe not only their health but even life to her helpful adviceMrs Fannie D Fox of 7 Chestnut Street Bradford Pa writes Dear Mrs Pinkbam II I suffered for a long time with female physicianthatsubmit to an operation so wrote you for advice I received your letter and did as you told me and todny I am completely cured My doctor says the tumor has dlsnp penred and I am onco more a well woman I believe Lydia K linkhiams Vegetable Compo ml is the best medicine In the world The testimonials which we are con stantlypublishingfrom grateful women establish beyond a doubt the power of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to conquer female diseases Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass She asks nothing in return for her advice It Is absolutely free and to thousands of women has proved to bo more precioui than gold otliuH Ayer x Son tell ns they will send a copy of the calendar to perOn seeding them twenty flve coats The Grip Before wo can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves No one can realize the stiller ing attendant upon an att ck of ti1lI grip unless he has had the actualI experience There IH probably uc disease that causes so much physica and mental agony or which so success fully defies medical aid All lange from the grip howevermay be avoid el by the pronpt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among tin tens of thousands who have used this remedy not one case ever nas been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by Short Haynes Eelf ActlnK Wciipnim A common story in Japan was to the effect that a Muramasa sword was once on a time pledged to a pawnbro ker The fellow thought this a tine op portunity to parade himself as a gen tleman and accordingly on a festival day ho wore the sword Quarreling with somo Idle fellows lie tssayid to use the weapon but his niifninillurlty with It excIted the derision of the by standers who unmercifully ridiculed his bungling manner Hut the merri ment of these Individuals was short lived The sword itself took the matter In hand as though the taunts Impugn edL its own skill and soon laid low all Its traducors Then it turned against the unfortunate pawnbroker and killed him Another story is the basis of a popu Jar Japanese drama and tells of the adventures of u samuraiI with a strange sword which he had borrowed from n pawnbroker lIe lightly hit a man with the blade without apparently wounding him In the least Some time after the man suddenly dropped lend and It was found that the sword had Inflicted a mortal wound even when it had scarcely drawn blood Upon ex amination this was found to be a Mura masa which though coming from the dishonor of a pawnshop and carried In the hands of an Incompetent had thus made manifest Its power When to Mennure the Foot Just before going abroad one of the male leaders of Now York society step ped Into his bootmakers place to get measured for several pairs of shoes for use during his tour It was then com paratively early in the day and the shoemaker who prides himself upon his artistic work asked lila customer to defer the measuring of lila foot uu tIl about 3 oclock In the afternoon But why not measure me now asked the social leader with some an loyance qt Is too early sir was the reply Your foot has not yet acquired Its size for tho day If I measured you now the shoes would all be a little too small Walking about on our feet as we do sir tho feet grow develop swell whatever you chooso to call it from rising time till about 3 in the after noon At 3 they have their full size for the day They retain this size till we retire when they shrink up again for the night hence to have well fitting comfortable shoes It Is necessary to be measured In the afternoon New York Press n A SMOKEHOUSE PLAN IIt 1rovliUN Smoke nnil Stornnc HIIOIIIN unil Mainly llttltiKiI A plan for a convenient smokehouse for one who does butchering In a small way Is submitted In Orange Judd1 Farmer The smoke room IIH boarded up tight so that a minimum of smoke to I I dStorogeRoom Room tI0I u A AKHAXQEMENT OP SPACE will do the work Above this room un her the roof there is always a place to store articles riot often used The storage room Is fitted up with shelves and hooks The shelves are ar ranged around the sides of the room Two notched boards are attached ver tically to the wall at the end of each set of shelves A board made to fit these notches extends from the one to the other awl on it rests the shelf The advantage of such shelves Is that they are not permanent Thy can be arranged at any distance apart at pleas HOOKS PUll HEAVY A11TICIE- Ruro or CUll be removed entirely If de sired to make room for Boincthlug elso Hooks nit put In the edges of heavy- hoititts and those are laid airons till ben ms overhead If the board is not to bo permanently attached be not overturned to load one side only or it lalIfulI JORDANS OSITIONII To llolil Ilirio Million Union of ctII lou Ir HlKlicr Price As reported by 1111 exchange Presi1 dent llarvlf Jordan of tho Southern Cotton association lias said The proposition to tie up a000000 bales of this crop and hold it fur high er prices III the face of an already es tablished short crop and unprecedented consumption Is well under way and will prove successful Already more than 100000 Jules have been volunta rily pledged by wire and the signed pledges are now ueglnnlng to conic in by every mull The whole south and every cotton section is enthusiastic and determined In connection with our holding movement the entire machinery of the Southern Cotton association will get to work in the next ten lays pledging the cotton growers of the south to a reducedI acreage for 1005 The associa tion Is a hundred times stronger now than It was last spring and has the full coutldonce and support of lralII hundred thousand farmers Ve begin thus early to hold down the cot ton acreage III order to give the plant ers full opportunity to make their ar rangements for another VeaLi will no longer cut our own throats by planting large areas In cotton and play lug Into the hands of bearish specula tioni The demand for a reduced I acre age In order to maintain good prices for till staple will have till unanimous III dorsement and cooperation of the en tire farming and business element of the south Alfalfa Compared With Other tiny The following represent comparative yields of alfalfa hay rod clover timo thy and brome grass hay in some Wis consin experiments Pounds per out Alfalfa 10800 Hed clover 5000 rimothy 410- Uromo grass 2000 Analysis of these crops revealed the following quantities of crude protein and crude fat per acre Protein Fat pounds pounds Alfalfa 1090 288 Red clover GOt 95 Timothy 224 90 Brome grass IDS 47 Soilu im Ilnnt Food Five years of experiment loads the Rhode Island experiment station to the conclusion that soda cannot perform all1 the functions attributed to potash for where soda was substituted entirely for potash crops became poorer front year to your Another result Is that soda is not us effective as potash ns a plant nutrient It Is not disputed however that soda loot some use with many varieties of plants when the sup ply of potash is limited Manure In Wlitte If manure is Plied up outdoors as thrown out of the burn one will save a good deal of work next spring by ipreadlug it over the garden now Here It will lose no more of Its good quail ties than In the exposed heap at the barn But the proper place for it is under cover where It will be from the storms of the protectedI there it should bo loft until I ++ i Bank of HardinsburgSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 iOFFICERSi M H BEARD Cashier CuMirroN Assistant Cnshier tlArr DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary i tInterest paid on time deposits + + + t e S SIUSe SSS I First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WINP Vic Prtslden II H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Depos- itsThe Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 w H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier f rJ DR F L UGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKIL L IAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and raiitul IItUJUt21 Storage place for packages in our fireprool vault fu uUlitdcm ciifUmtif free sEW SAfE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN liMPROUMMS Interest paid on time deposits p or + THE Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL tJt Louisville Ky JJPIKE CAMPBELL iMgr j 7 FiguresOn II OnFarms c 3tlrtwo of If you could sell your farm today for J100 acre nnd buy it back tomorrow for 110 an acre You would do it If you buy the 5100 land for 110 somewhere else the proposition is just as good You cnn buy it in the Southwest shouldnt you do It 1 If w ki t Know aiI it I A HILTON General IksI WINCHESTER Leader and Repeater SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best com binations of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results are responsible for the superiority of Winchester Leader andU Repeater II Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells There guesswork in loading them Reliability velocity pattern and penetra tion are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments Do you shoot them If not why not They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT Robt E Lees lrthdayI Today is the ninetyninth anniver sary ot the birth of tho great Virgin lan second only in the memory of his people to his greater exemplar Wash In ton He has been dead more than a third of a century having expired October 12 1870 lint ha lame only grows brighter witn time His life was his best epitaph eo well depict ed in Paul Hamilton Haynes sonnet to nls memory Defeat but made him tower grandly high Sackcloth about him was transformed togold And royal purplein each flawless fold His soul pierced darKness like the sun god H eye I His 1anddle the deep KnowJ 3 o how to live r fZ 3 shopping oUtrlct acd blocks from the principal theatres mrtllIthe city- Everything nut andiclean I na can Why yon tIr is no Calmly benignant and superbly tcld All incortaptible nnbronght unsold A steadfast splendor in a stormy sky The winds may rage the frightened clouds be driven Like multitudinous banners torn and torPet- lHetreating from some mighty conlliot lost But far beyound all shapes and sounds of ill That star his soulIS shining calmly still A steadfast splendor in tx stormy hen ven- EdltoJlalln Fridays CourierJour nal OASTOBXABean theThe Kind You Hare Always Bought Blgnator YJ1 of I 1 r 4j I J j r J I I 11 r It I A f J t f j TOE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 11 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- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the labelon your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGESC ==WEDNESDAY JANURRY 24 1906 WHISKKV and prosperity dont go together A COMMERCIAL club means a prosperous Cloverport GOOD morning are you for local option or whiskey in Cloverport l HAUDINSHUUG has actually had a dream of a presidential post oilicc Now that an industrial school iis to be established at West View this village may come into view LET every mine in town attend the mass meeting to be held at the City Hall Friday night The welfare of our town is at stake SENATOR Tillman from South Carolina evidently has no fear of the theMSenate the other day TIIK Mirror a paper published at Elixabethtown has been coming to the front in the last year and now ranks as one of Kentuckys host weeklies BKTTKU that Cloverport go in darkness until dooms day than have saloons here Electric lights arc no consolation to a mother with a broken heart caused by a sons dissipation EvKitv man who signed that petition for a whiskey election in Clovorport helped to break some poor mothers heart Men how can you stupe so low as to do a thing like that l A puss MADDKN is suing Turfman Durycii for 50000 as a balm to a broken heart When wo renal this our heart begun to fall to pieces Will sonic one kindly send us a balm of 50000 OXK of Cloverports prominent business men is behind that whiskoy election petition Our advice to this man is to wipe his hands clean of this matter if he would continue his prosperity here NExt week the NEws will publish in full the three petitions for a local option election to be held here which were sent to Hardins burg Monday The names signedas well as the text will be given ON the eve of one of the bitterest local option elections that has ever been held in this townthe NEws has this much to say That this paper will light for local option in Cloverport with every breath it breathes anduse every honorable method known to it to defeat the open saloon in Cloverport n LET the local option election come It will come only to go downI in hopeless defeat The majority of the people in Cloverport will not tolerate the saloon Our council is for whiskey or at least the majority of it They argue that they no longer look at the moral side of the question hut are now looking to the financial interests of 1 the town since it is their sworn duty to do this they say It is reII diculous for our council to even mention their sworn duty to thejj town in this case This board has so many sworn duties which they do not perform that this sworn duty plea sounds like a joke to us Mr I Councilmon if you arc asking and anchoring to do your sworn duty by the town why dont you enforce our local option law You could j tot in some splendid sworn duty work along this linefCOUNCILMAN Fitch made the statement in the presence ofa NKWS representative and several others that if twentylive or thirty of the representative men of Cloverport would appear before the city council with a petition praying that board to take action in regard to the 1 matter of the unlawful sale of liquor in this town that the council then would do something Gentlemen has it come to this 1 That youII must be forced by the citizens to do your sworn duty This statement 1 by Councilman Fitch means much to our townspeople It means simply this That our council knows the laws of the town are being I violated but they will not enforce them this whiskey law in particular unless a party representative citizens petition them to do so i 1 today cords of Federal liquor taxpayers and license holders available as I evidencesIn and local option sections of the country he said tho present practice withholding this information really placed the locallawsV TV1 uiuyuicyB mwuyt i agentstheI Revenue Bureau from being available by State oflicials in making prosecutions it was suggested by sir Clayton Ala that it woulaII bo still better to prohibit Federal licenses in prohibition or local option j communiticsfAir Humpreys took the position that ho was not seeking edoralr aid for the enforcement of State laws but he wanted to prevent the Federal authorities from hindering the State from enforcing their t own laws The rule of the internal revenue bureaus he said con I jurisprudenceCloverportlaw was enforced Several dealers hero have government license to sell both beer and whiskey This license was granted these dealers I by the Federal government The Federal government then is disre garding our local option law and making it lawful to sell liquor hero Local dealers can do this as long as local authorities do not interfer That istho town has a right to enforce its local option law if it will do it The Federal government does not say that they shall not en force this lawbut on the other hand tho holding of government license primafaciei j tion law A measure such as Mr Humphreys has pending would bo a gond thing for local option towns and we hope Senator Humphreys j wul get his bill passed J NOTICE Each person owing me taxes is aware that my time has expired and I must at once collect all the taxes owing me My ride is the Hardinsburg and HcDaniels district You will be notified either by letter or riding I can take no excuses as I must get into some other business and am going to close my books at once This is meant for each person owing me taxes I will be at the Sheriffs office Hardinsburg every Saturday Write me and I will send amount owingNo offense is meant but this is a strictly business proposition It may save you time and money to prepare for it at once I must and ati going to collect at once Very re spectfully H M Beard ExD S 1st and 6th Dists WASHINGTON LETTER Washington Jan 23 Senator Morgan of Alabama has made almost im portant contribution to the current discussion of the problem of railway rate Ilegislation by the introduction of a bill and by a speech in the Senate ex plaining his measure The Senator trom Alabama is looked upon as one of the most able constitutional lawyers and one of the ablest statesmen now in pub Ho life and the fact that he has delib erately and atter cartful consideration taken the position that legislation to empower the Interstate Commerce Commission to prescribe transportation rates would be both unconstitutional and unwise will have great weicht with those Senators anti Representatives who are anxious to enact a railway hill that will be constitutional and that will not work injustice to the carriers or to individuals or communitiesSenator is convinced that it is beyond the constitutional power of Congress to require an administrative body to perform the judicial function of determining whether a transporta tion charge is reasonable and to then perform the legislative function of establishing a new rate tor the future He not only believes that such legis lation would be unconstitutional hut he believes that if it should be so drawn as to be held by the courts to he technically constitutional it would be noth ing short of revolutionary and would be a direct violation of tne fundamen tal principles of free government upon which the Constitution of tno Unit ed States is based He goes so far as to hold that it would be better for the people of the United States us a whole for Congress to fail to enact any rail way legislation rather than to adopt the revolutionary plan of uniting Ugis native executive and judicial func tions in the hands of a political commission responsible only to the President of the United States Ju his speech explaining his bills Mr Morgan declared The present system much as it may be criticised or condemned is safer than any result that is to be expected from such a tai ing up of the solid foundations of the Republic Mr Morgan proposes a perfectly constitutional method for the correo ion of all transportation abuses and one that is not liable to any of the political and practical objections that have been urged so strongly against giving the rate maging power to the Inter state Commerce Coramisson The plan that his bill proposes is so simple and provides such an effective remedy for every conceivable abuse in connection with transportation as to commend it to the favorable consideration of those who are seeking tor justice to shippers and communities rather than for the conversion of the Interstate Commerce Commission and through it of the railroads into a great political machine that could be used by a pie+ i dent to maintain himself or his party in power Mr Morgans bill is founded on the idea that the preservation of the right of trial by jury is essentUl to the per petuation of free government and that the only safe and proper method of settling all questions as to the reasonableness and justice of such contracts- as are expressad or implied in every transportation of persons or property IS by trial by jury All proceedings under the Morgan bill whether in a case involving an alleged unreasonable charge of a discrimination between persons or between communities would be in the nature of a suit for damages The award of the court in every such case would necessarily in dicate what would be the reasonable maximum rate or what would be the just and reasonable regulation or practice to he substituted for that found to be unreasonabe or unjust The bill does not provide any method for the enforcement of the just and reasonable rutelregnlation or practice in the future the theory of Senator Morgan being that the transportation companies would not trifle with the law and the courts but would make their rates regulations and practices conform with the judicial findings as to reasonableness and justice While it is not probable that the Morgan bill will be made the basis of the measure that will be reported by the Senate Committee on Interstate Com I merce it will tend to strengthen in the Committee and in the Senate support I of the fundamental idea of his bill and of that introduced by Senator Foraker of Ohio that the proper method fcr the determination of all questions as to railway rates and practices is by proceedings in the United States courts and not before an admin istrative commission The bill and Senator Morgans speech will serve the very useful purpose of directing the attention of members of the Committee and of other Senators to the grave con stitutional questions anti serious politi cal dangers involved in the proposition to give to a political commission des polio and unrestrained powers over the commerce and industries of the count ryMayoThe big meeting for men in Oelzea hall Thursday to be given under tho auspices of the Mens Baraca Class will be one of the most pleasant events given here for men in a long time Refreshments will be servdd and good talks delivered by good speakers The meeting opens at 8 oclock Walker Board of Holt moved here last Thursday and is occupying the house recently vacated by Nat Tucker Vera the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs HMoorman has pneumonia Mrs J E Weatherholt went to Sutherland Monday for a week visit ing relatives Wood Weatherholt Tobinsport who nas been sick is able to be out Frank Bosom of Cannelton was here last week papering several rooms in Mrs Wm Smarts home The paper was purchased of Mr Bosom Mr and Mrs C W Moorman went to Louisville Friday Richard Adkisson Haidiusburg was here Friday Your Wants Supplied We are fully prepared to supply your wants for anything in our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right We respectfully solicit your pat ronageI f T C Lewis Si SOn rHardinsburg NormallAN- DCollegiatei Institute 1 W IJ SESSIONU- l y Normal Dept for 19051906II 1 Feb 5 A A rare opportunity for those desiring to teach ft to get one or more of the higher branches and elocution Ij L w under fine instructors The teachers BBpartment will be under charge of deII rR ANDREW DRISKELL whose ability and experience are well known to iffi IjTuitionHighm per month in advance Intermediate or Primary ask for UUtermsboard 225 to 250 per week For Ifurther in 9 ju formation address either I Andrew Driskell or D S Collins Prin Ift It Hardinsburg KyJJ1 Hardaway of Bewleyville went to West Point Wednesday to visit his daughter Mrs Charles Sipes Miss Katherine Crawford of Steph ensport went to Louisville Wednes day News and LDIHerald One year for only 200 iCondensed Statement Condition HardinsburgIJI 1 the Close Business December 1905 RESOURCES Notes and Bills198543 36 Cash in and other Banks 107607 74 Stocks and Bonds 3665 22 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Estate 236 79 Furniture and Fixtures 00 iiTotaL 312253 11 Will Pate strained a muscle In bis back last week while assisting in mov ing an iron roller from the Shops to the Foundry He was not able totb- at the Foundry the latter part of the week i of of I I At of 30 1 I 1 j Safe Real 400 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock25000 00 Surplus Fund and Undivided 1 Profits 26502 45 Deposits 259750 6Go Dividend No3Q1duo January 1 1906 at 4 per cent 1000 00 Total1 31225341 vzl There is no business too small to use our bank to advantage Wo arc anxious for tho smallwwi 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 JSrespectfullyM Cashier 11I resss r l 4 77- i 1I I I I ttI tI i i j 1I Lic I Lie n v rt 1t rt 1l rI rl 11 11 f I S f f mgi S th of rid ne fo ta f la 1 tir an J l- H u uY nce u mu u n qYr I YA f 1 1s t 1 1 1I I I i a I D i r 1 J II his Ivto tol dhetM hetI I i i 10 l5i6 i i 0- r0 Ll 1la l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1905 CHEALTHINSURANCE The man who insures his life is wise for his family The man who insures his health is wise both for his family and himself You may Insure health by guard- Ing it It is worth guarding I At the first attack of disease which generally approaches through the LIVER and manifests Itself In innumerable ways TAKE =Ms Pills And save your health 23 rounds ot sugar for 1 at Glass COOK Cas Glendeane Capt antI Mrs Marion Ryan came down Saturday from Louisville Arch TanlTar Fork was here Satur dayErnest Popham and mother Mrs cM IT Popham have gone to the Loretta academy in Marion county to visit her daughter Miss Ella Popham whc has position in the academy Miss Jennie Patterson who has charge of the intermediate department of toe High school has introduced a novel method of bringing her young scholars ability as conversationalists to the front Each day the pupils are required to tell an interesting little story in the presence of the school RIddles are also told Miss Patterson Is a poonlar and progressive teacher and bas won the respect of her scholars Go to Glasscook Cos GlenJeane and get a good roasted coffee for 10 cents a pound Prot J P King has adorned the walls ot the High school department In the city school building with por traits of noted writers Rev B M Benton of Louisville was here last week Newsom Gardner Irvington was here lust weeK Mr and Mrs Jno Neubauer wenl to Owensboro Friday- J D Gregory went to Holt Friday Wallace Piece of Louisville h athomeMiss Sue Newton has returned from Owensboro where she has been visit ingJoe Fallon was in Hawesvillo Fri dayMrs R B Pierce has set two Lens already She expects to break the re cord onearly chickens The News will look to Mrs Pierce for its share of the early birds Tow bOatJoseph B Williamspassed up ThursdayEverett of Richmond Ky was here last w- eekRUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicII cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label iis on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and 511 1 all drugglds A flock of wild geese goincr sooth passed over Cloverport Thursday set era SUCh flocks have been seen here latelyJ Roberts of Steptiensport sold to H L Stader on Wednesday a fine mule Misses Eva and Eliza May were the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo R May at Cannelton part of last week J A Barry was in Hawesvill ThursdayR Crenshaw of near town was here Thursday Mr Crenshaw is ia happy hearty old man of seventy anmmersthe father of ten living child ren and an honest citizen He has beet a faithful subscriber to the Newi for more than twenty years and declares ho could not get along withon it Mr Crenshaw owns a nice faro and is still able to work on it a little Three of his bovs are at home and tbty run the farm Best soup in town a big bowl of iit for Co English Kitchen Miss Myrtie Wharley went to Ekroi Thursday to visit Mrs Flora Wor drop Harry Hambleton has returned South where ho has a position as railroad bridge carpenter WEmbry was busy Thursday rail ing the stepping stones across Man street at the Nolte corner The stones were put down in the fall but were set too low and had to be rais edTry Engish Kitchens fried oysters John Newton is in Nashville Tenn Ullie Tousey has gone to Indiat Territory where ho has a position as freight agent for a railroad company Warfield Collins has a position ir the machinist department at the ShopsMrs Flora Wardropot Brandenburg a niece of Mrs Mattie Collins is very sickIrvin OBrien was at homo last week from the Cement works near West Point Chas Hamman was in Louisville Wednesday Miss Florence Wood is ill Mrs J 13 Lewis Henderson was here Wednesday I Try our soupes at 5c a bowl hot English Kitchen Miss Benola Hull has gone to Owens horo to live Miss May Cox Muncie Ind was guest of Mrs Guard Agnew last week A wind storm caused much damaci in Henderson last week A colored woman by name of Daviee died here this week Mis WalKer Board and daughter time down Thursday from Holt Mr Board will probably has move nls family here to live They will occupy the Oelze property on the Hill recent ly vacated Dy the Tucker family Best oysters in townEnglish Kltch snMrand Mrs Lige Gibson will move to Arkansas about March 10 to live Mr Gibson has bought a large tract of land there and will probably engage in the lumber business He is the Standard Oil Cos agent in this CIty and has been conducting a tie and lumber business here Cloverport wil lose a good man in Mr Gibson He Is young and full of energy and a mar of sterling worth W H Wellington of Hardinsbnrg was here Thursday on his way tc Owensboro He formerly lived ai Muttingly but three years ago he pur chased a farm near Hnrdinsbnrg and is now living there Mrs Tony Nichols and dauBhtei went to Hawesville Friday Mr Swinehart returned to Tell City Friday He has a saw mill three miles above town and has been here looking after it- Mrs Margaret Newton and Flank Newton returned to Owensboro Friday atter a visit to Chas W Woise and family at Mattingly Jo VeIse Mattingly was here Fri day Luncnes at all hoursEnglish Kitct enJohn White of Hites Run nelgbor hood was here Friday Lew Waggoner Hites Run was here Thursday renewing his subscription to the News and taking advantage of our special offer giving the Herald and News one year for f2 Three room cottage for rentH A Oelze Farmers go to hinglish Kitchen for a good lunch The Ladies Home Journal for February Is In all story nummber in cluding beautiful design for dresses and gcod household hints Its on sale at the News offic- eEverybodys magazine is running The Spoilers and it isa stor worth reading The Alnslees is coming to the front on account of the fiction it contains every month These and all the best magazines are for sale at the News office 0 Square meal for 25c English Kitch en J1iy fi fiIfyou have fifty to five hundred dollars thatii p you would like to increase three hundred per cent in live years with absolute safety 1 J Cull on or write me 4 f L B MOREMEN M De W WIRVINGTON KY V VI I I Mrs J D Gregory went to Louis I rille Monday Mrs J EKeith returned this weeK rom a visit to her sons Clarence and Proctor at Elizabethtown Dr A A Simons went to Owensboro Monday I Mrs J B Wills will entertain the I LiadiesReading Club tomorrow attar noonGeo C Kattlor Atlantic represen Native National Food Co makers of lI Sbreded Wheat Biscuits was here nis week This is one of the oldest firms ot this kind in America Judge Mathias Miller Hardmsbnrg has gone to Hopkinsville to visit his children Mr and Mrs Milt Board Fresh candies Weatherholts E T Haynes returned Monday from a soveral days trip to Pine Bluff Ark where he was the guest of J Byrne Severs Mr and Mrs J H Rowland were in Owensboto this week the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas P Babbago Hairy Board Louisville was with its parents hero Sunday Mack Miller1 who has been with Short Haynesdruggists for a year md r half has made a rapid stride in his proffession Young Miller has iiade up a formula which be calls Pine Tar Balsam He has made ar angements with the Tripnolino chem ical Co of New York and Chicago to market nit formula Prompt delivery servIceWeather joltsMurray Batt Cannelton is the juest of his sister Mrs Harry Morn ion this weeK Henry Pates condition grew sudden Iv worse Sunday and Mrs Pate was jailed to sep him Go to Weatherholts city restaurant for fresh fancy groceries A mob of three hundred men at kdlz took a negro from Trigg county jail and hung him Monday unrnint The negro attempted to assault a ivhlto girl The last few days has witnessed extreme in the weather not known be ore In years The teinnaturo in the Ohio Valley reached 74 degrees While tbis is being written a cold slow snow stalling W C Moorman Glendeane was here Friday with a cur load of tobacco whIch he had sold to the American To KiOvO Company Fresh groceries Weaherholte W B Keesor bridge carpenter on tbe Henderson Route bad two of his oes mashed off while at work last Wednesday Dr L B Moorman Irv- Ington attended nim A party of Henderson Route engi Peers appeared before Master mechanic lank at the shops Monday and secured a raise of three eighths of a cent on the milt over their regular rate The firemen will receive their regular por ion of this Tne repair work on the Methodist ihnrcb has gotten along rapidly in the last week The Lincrusta ceiling Is all on and the walls are now being tiled A wainscoting in green will be put on the walls in the auditornm Reward will be given to the fmd r of a pair of spectacles lost by Mrs FT Inyser The local K P lodge contemplates irecting a building here of some kind Nothing definite can be learned about it Jno D Babbage has gone to Frankfort to attend the Midwinter session of he Kentucky Press Association Miss Venerable came from Jwensboro Friday to visit her sister Mrs H Stuart Miller Jr Methodist Sunday school and church ervice were held in Oelzes hall Sun dlay Rev Love of Lewiport preach cd in the absence of the regular pastor Rev B M Currie who is at Jewisport holding a revival in Rev Loves church Miss Lula Severs ladI the League services and Rev B M Benton preached at the night church services Miss Lula Severs will leave next Monday for Caldwell college at Dan rille where she will study music Her pother Mrs D H Severs will accom pony her there and return in a few lays u n u t1 1 DRRPKEENEJ11Representln It TAYLOR KEENE tIDENTISTSI t X OF OWENSBORO 1 1 1 1Will be In Dr LlKlitfoofs once onoIi fWqj Date will be announced later Pj = Pj + L 1 q Wantsij w JAdvertisements inserted underthll head at one cent a word per week FOiL SALES5 vapor bath outllt fur 52 J IIUMbiigu Jr ItKNT Itooin wither furnished or not- Ilutlerservicer Mrs J II hahbage FOIL SALK Colos hot blast hunter with dllup Apply Nuns ofltuu FOR SALE Sueond banal coal1 stove good News Oflco JASTIDIiright honust young man from Cloverport to prepun for i ntyhig position In Uovurmnunt Mall Service llox One Cedar Kaplds In FUR 511EOno iwtlr draft ulllieb eight years old one yoke oxen 150 acres ot lund In II uncock county In good stut of uultlva tlon linprovemiiits two good dwellings two good frame barns anti till other out buildings Farm well supiilled with lhotll prlescullensport Ky1 FOIL SALE1I want to soil my farm own 107 acres lying near Uoseltu Mi acres cleared lays well sad In a high state of cultivation Will sell reusonable II T Curlton Foil SALK 0 laws uf n lund ou the State 3 miles south of Brandenburg IKI miles from Kkron Good runclnc good out buildings plenty water for stock good cM tern moderately good dwelling and conven lent to schools churches Apply to 1 W Brown HrandenburK Ky WANTED- VlANTKD Kvcrylxwly to adverts their YllUtlmoFOIL SALKOne new Eastman plate Cam No 3 Takes icture3x4tsleathercase and one plate holder Camera has lutes Improvements and Is one of Eastmans hest 1rlce 1750 Jno n HubbaKc FOR SAIKOne Short Horn Hull Dark solid color 2H years old weightI 1000 pounds Chax Iteldul Holt Ky FORSALEGood strung Iron letter copy press hut pi good condition Price llIS Apply at Nuts olllci dEXCHANGESIOO Cash Iteglster for good horse Apply at News olllce LOSTwhiteGennun Spitz dog AllY per will receive reward Gertrude Allen Kkron Ky FOR SALE Durock Jersey hogs and lIrown I EIIhadawnyIJewleyt FOIt SALK Sever tl milch cows 1 T Molt Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot ot gcod Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnglnesMAHTIN UAIILE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOB SALETUITION CERTIFICATE iFStrattonsFor price and particulars write Tho Breck enrldge News Cloverport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first hnd third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to tha south west Jan 2 and 10th Feb III and 20th 100- 0Special one way Collonist rates to the West and Southwest on Jan 2 and 10 and Fob 0 and 2 1000 One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep IB to Oct 31 1000 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 40 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A AI No 42 Dally Mall and Kxpress leavesClo vcrport 952 AM stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 4 48p HJ stops ut all way stuitons east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 726 pm Tral o48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 Pm MEET ME AT NOLTESI Still Time To Make Money On your purchaseIf you are needing Cloaks Furs or Over- Coats H We are Cutting them deep If Interested Let Us Prove It m J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky u Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND h hsafeguardh 1 IIcustomers More n1 over we frequently do it un J known to them as oppor often come to us inj11 yytunnies confidential ways I I LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS 1r 1rAll1 business entrusted to 11 v J us will receive prompt and 1 1 n1 careful attention Highest ft r vjII 1 1 Ii If X- r II- jjj k jjj INSUItKDAOAI NST ft LOSS IJV FIlm AM P i JrI ifJ JJr rmmCTOHS KFFI ffa- ll OFFKKKS W 1 ftjftjemST h- gg Bank of Cloverport 11SS- ii Cloverport Ky i = WEST BOUND OanyCoverportaccommedatlmleaves vIII 900 a in Train No 41I Dally fast mall and express leaves Clovtrport 1031 u m stops only sit Ilawesville LowisiKjrt Maeco Owensboro Spottsvllle Henderson Iand Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express daily ar rives Cloverport 730 p m Eransvlllo 1030 p to Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11001 M arrives Evansville 3S A- Id St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawe vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 41 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and recllnlnu chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville IIId St Louis I Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 ally except sinday leaves ordsvl1le430 u rIves Irvington 840 aw Train No 4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvtllua Op m arrives Irvln ton SSO p in Train No 6 Sunday only Fords vlllefi30 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaVes Irvington 650wino arlves rordsvlllu 245 pm Train No leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives Fordsvllle U25 u ni Boaid has sold his store at IIWalker Hanks Mr Hunks sold the store to Thomas Flood 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 broad or pies or cakes Its quality is always uni formIf you have been struggling with some other flour making breed or pastry which is not to your liking or der a sack of Cadickt Gold Dust Flour and see the difference Youll never want to use another kind grrrl r rIIrtrr rrrl rlrlrlrtrr cocoa- No Waiting Here r tJust tell us how much Sj lumber you need We i have all kinds of C r Framing material C C 11andj choice Poplar and i i Walnut is ready for15 I youCift Thats the thing un able to get so quick i beforetit Let us have your Off 5 order today Your House Barn or- t Stable may need repairs C Jt C C i aC REMEMBER IS- ii Seaton Weatherholt S I Cloverport Ky o ti- tA Ailitililil4e RifitAil ititilililitilit4QA- LMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern conveniencies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can dothe job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only tool necessary II D MCDONALD i32 West Harrison Street Chicago III Emmett Mattlngly barber makes a specialty of ladle inastmlping He toes the work at his customers residence jo to Weatherholt s for a good hot lunch Miss Eljzaoetu Hena Lodibnrg visited relatives here last weeK Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MSEco bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Tea Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pros J I J J 1 l I I I j 0j s r 4 3lJ 1 T Mt jIlt r V W J t +1 1JIi 1T JI Ir t I 4- h I 1 I 0 r I J 0 j l If 1i J The Breckenridge News nnn WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1905 SUBLIME BRAVERY lea men Who Went Ilnwn Wllli Their Ships Without IllncliliiKT The sinking of the Japanese cruiser Taknsngo during the Uusso Japaues war was a heart touching proof of the heroic possibilities of human nature In the teeth of a freezing gale the cruls er struck a mine which blew n six moat hole In Its hull The water rushed ht with tremendous force No help was III sight TIll captain summoned tin crew No one must leave the ship he sold quietly until she sinks We vlll share the fate of the vessel to getherThere was no lllnchlng They sating their national anthem cheered their em peror and calmly drawn up In due or der waited minute by minute until the Bhlp went down Nearly 400 lives were lostIn 1S52 the Blrkenhead a British troop steamer was wrecked off the Cape of Good Hope After putting tile women and children Into the boats the men formed on deck and In full dress uniform with colors flying went down nt their posts 400 of them The Birk enlieHtl drill has become a watchword In the British navy Not many years ago the crew of the American Vandalla faced death In the same splendid spirit Of all the ships gathered In the bottle shaped harbor of Samoa the English Calliope was the only one able to force Its way out In the face of the hurricane which swept the waters As she crept past the Van dalln lying shattered on a reef the Yankee crew manned the sides th band played The Star Spangled Ban ner and the brave men about to die saluted the brave men who were fighting their way to life and safety There Is n quality of courage In such encounters with Inevitable death that must be ranked above the bravery shown In the excitement of active lint tie with a human foe He Is not the bravest man who has no fear lint rather he who feeling It all the tlmo yet overcomes the Impulse to cownnllri and moves steadily forward to whatever fatal duty awaits him When the British wnrshlp Caniinr down accidentally rammed the Vic torln the men on the doomed vessel kopt steadily at work without panic or disorder until admiral and all went down together It was to this atIlM trophe Kipling referred when he wrote It make you think better o you an your friends an the work you may have to do Vton you think o the slnkln Vlctorlerj Jolllep soldlcri an sailors too Youths Companion PingrlMMI11 ulg I know you will say Just the same thing that I sold when the cucumbers for pickling came In at the rate of three four or perhaj s a dozen a day What stop work and pickle those few pultry things each day Never The game Is not worth the candle Hut try this method The work Is done a little alt a time thus It Is hardly appreciated Take a stone crock cover the bottom with cucumbers and cover these with onequarter of an Inch of coarse stilt then put In another layer of cucumbers another of salt cud so on until the encumbers art used up On top place a round board just a trifle smaller than the crock mend a good sized stone to hold It down snugly The next pickles that come to the house are added to the Jar By the time the crock Is full n little water IsI poured In If till brine dons not cover the cucumbers A cloth Is laid over the top the board replaced with Its weight and till outtl stored away until a convenient tine for pickling iini s A few horseradish leaves phnfd under the cloth prevent molding and the pitkits will keep thus for months oven for years When the psychologicalI I moment nr rives you may pickle nil your hoard of cucumbers or only a part of theta as you wish Br den Magazine Tin Way of Lung TivlllnlM On first thought It seems to bo a rather paradoxical statement that tho nearer we approach to the equator the shorter Is that intermediate stage or transition from duly to night timid from night to flay which we call twilight This being the case however the pe nod of duration of the dim uncertain light In nil tropical countries Is very short when compared with that of countries of high northern or southern latitude The explanation Is this On the equator the saws path is at exact right angles with the horizon The la t boom of light fades from view when the sun Is at 18 degrees below the horizon This 18 degree mark is quickly reached at the equator for reasons given in the first sentence of this explana tion The farther from the equator we get the loss become the angles which the suns course makes with the horizon and the longer the time required for him to reach the 18 degree mark hence the longer the period of twilight A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will alway increase the strengh If your stomach is a little off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what yon eat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuilding blood Kodol relieves Sour Stomach Belcning HeartBurn and all forms of Inaiges tlon Palatable and strengthening Sold by all Druggists Mrs Henry Pate and daughter Miss Carrie went to Louisville Thuds day to see Mr Henry Pats Miss Pate will also visit Miss Elizabeth Babbage for several days ARMAP CA D N- rv = = BIRO FRIENDS lceetlliiKl Vnlunblc Hunter of In Meets In the Orchard By II A GOSSARD Ohio experiment station Among Insectivorous winter birds none is more valuable than the chicka dee or black cupped titmouse Inrus ntrlcaplllns It Is busy nil winter long gleaning the bark In the wools In the orchards and In the evergrtam hedge wherever there are trees Till larvae of the codling moth or apple worm the little grubs of till fruit bark bee ties or shot hole borer and more nota bly time eggs of plant lice tent cater I BLACK CAPPED CHICKADEE AFTE1I WASH BCHN pillars full caukerworms and like bisects remaining on the bark over win ter are found and devoured by It More than 450 of the black eggs laid by plant lice are known vO have been eaten by n single bird In one day As suming that one chickadee cats on an average twentyfive eggs per day au estimate far below the actual number over 3000 eggs will have been con sumed during the months of December January February and March Each one of these eggs represents the future form of plant louse known as the stem mother which no mishaps occurring to cut short the natural life of any of her descendants would accord ing to Huxley produce In ten genera tions a mass of organic matter equiva lent to the bulk of 500000000 human beings or the whole population of the Chinese empire The tipple plant louse has normally about eight generations In one season the greater proportion of the Individ uals falling for various reasons to re produce but enough has been said to prove that time chickadee is the bird that eats the egg that hatches the louse that breeds the plague that knocks the orchardlct out It has been further sold by n reliable Investigator that no bird compares with It in de stroying the female cankerworm moths laud their eggs He estimates that one bird destroys 5K10 cankerworm eggs In one day and will therefore con sume 13S7r eggs during the twenty five days It takes time cankerworm moths to crawl up the trees The woodpeckers are more busy lu winter than In summer hunting for wood boring larvae and wood burrow lug outs Insects eggs mud bark lice or scale Insects are likewise eaten by them Thirteen per cent of the food of the downy woodpecker Dryobates pu bescens consists of wool boring coleop terous larvae or sawyers and dur hug caterpillar season of 1C per cent of caterpillars both of those that bore In DOWNY WOilllllXKEIt APTUI WASIIDlltXJ wodd such as the larvae of time leopard moth and those that feed upon the leaves Nearly onefourth of the yearly food of this species consists of ants most of which are wood burrowers fol lowing damage started by wood boring grubs or sawyers The hairy woodpecker Dryobates vii loses eats fewer nuts than the downy species but more beetle larvae and caterpillars The flicker Colaptes an ratus eats more ants and fewer borers and caterpillars than the two species preceding many of the ants being pick ed from the ground Waiillii if to flog IlalserK Dont think thesow can take care of her young without any assistance whatever with the thermometer below zeroDont forget that a good bed Is neces sary at all times but more especially at this season of the year and that It should be free from dust and dampness If you expect the pigs to thrive Dont fasten the sow up In n small pen from which are expelled all air and light as sunshine and fresh air are two of the best disinfectants known In the world John R Gentry Sugar fleet sad Soil Data gathered by Dr II W Wiley In regard to the sugar beet appear to show that any direct effect that soils may have upon the sugar content Is that the soil diminishes the sugar con tent wheb there Is a tendency to produce an overgrowth due to an excess of plant food and has a corresponding tendency to Increase to a slight extent the sugar In the beet where the amount of plant food Is not sufficient to produce a normal growth DUAL PURPOSE COW Her Natural Home IN on tile Small or Average Farm We do not believe there Is a domestic animal today as conditions now exist In more universal demand the world over than the dual purpose cow No farm east or west but Is benefited by her most useful combination unless we except the exclusive special purpose dairy farm Time strength of her claim Is the universality of her sphere Per haps her most natural home is on the small farm or the average farm Her annual credit account Is a good supply of mill and butter for the family and a lusty vigorous calf that matures In to n high class carcass of beef In this capacity she turns to the very best ac count When her best working days are over and she Is dried off she readily I anti quickly fattens Into u fine car cuss and the last account of her on the block is no metro consideration The Scrub the Only Enemy We are far from being nt war with any Improved breed The scrub breed Is our only enemy Against It we will combine forces with any recognized breed We envy not the special pur pose breed It also has Its sphere and certain conditions call for It But there Is a special purpose breed und there is a dual purpose breed Each will adapt Itself to conditions that suit The dual purpose is for the many for the masses The special purpose is for the few for the classes- It Is all right to develop the exclusive beef type But this is not the class that furnishes milk for the family and butter for the board It is not the cow for the small farm It is not the cow for the thousands of large families of moderate means nnd small estates W P Harned Before Missouri Dairy Association COB CHARCOAL KnMly Prepared For Home Use nt Little KxpeiiHC If farmers would use more charcoal In their hogpens there would be less disease tend the animals would be kept lu a better condition In every way growing more steadily and taking on fat more readily Charcoal may be provided for home usa nt little or no expense whether CHAKCOAIj lIT made from wood or cobs although cobs are the cheaper material from which to make the charcoal and they serve time purpose fully as well This cob charcoal may be easily made by burning dry well matured corncobs In a smothered fire One of the simplest and most easily provided equipments for burning charcoal Is to make a hole in the ground of such a size as may be required for the amount of stock to be fed Have the pit funnel shaped as shown in the drawing Start a fire in the bottom and to this add cobs until the pit is full being careful to feed In the cobs carefully to permit n drawing of the fire from the bottom to the top of the pit When filled Immediately cover over with heavy sheet Iron or other noncombustl ble covering sealing the edges with earth to prevent an escape of heat or the possibility of draft which would allow the cobs to burn to ashes instead of charring Leave overnight and shoe el out the next morning spreading thin to prevent complete combustion This will be found an excellent grade of charcoal that will readily pulverize and mix with such feeds as It may be desired to use in connection with It such as bran middlings cornmeal et- A tablespoonful may be given each animal nt every feed If mixed with ashes and placed in a separate trough the animals will consume such an amount of It as they need with no dan ger of their getting too much says R M Wlreans in Farm Field and FIre- side Taking Out Sllaire Silage should always be taken from the top and care should be exercised to keep the surface ns nearly level ns possible The more nearly level the surface of the silage is kept the less it will freeze In winter and the less it will mold in warm weather While these principles have been repeated over and over again in silo literature they have been unheeded by many silo users sug gests an exchange I HERE AND THERE II The economy or profit to the south ern planter of feeding cotton seed or cottonseed meal to hogs is a subject worthy of more extensive investigation than It has yet received remarks 11 Dluwiddle of Arkansas According to report of the state bank commissioner of Kansas so many banks have been started that today every hamlet In the state where any considerable business is done has a bank It is an era of small banks In Isolated communities An exchange thinks seed prospects are good nnd that with the exception of wax beans and onions the seed crop is the best for years Turkestan alfalfa tried at the Wis consin experiment station was found to be inferior to the native alfalfa grown beside It The department of agriculture re ports that experiments have proved a temperature of a few degrees below zero to be tho best for the cold storage of butter Why Spend Your Money FOR SEWING MACHINES YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADEI- N YOUR OWN TOWN SOLD OR RENTED AT MAIN STREET CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY MILLER BRICK YARD BOOMING TbA Milller brlckyaid is booming and it will be but a few weeks until brick actually are being matin Thirty men aro now on the pay roll One of the old kilns is ready to be filled One sec tion of the new dry house is being rushed through in order to use it in making brick for the other sections Repairs on the main building are about completed The actual mak ing of bricK will be delayed until the smoke stacks for the loiters can be obtained These are being made at the Cloverport Foundry now and one of them will be completed In a few days The clay to be used will ho dug ont of the clay hole directly east of the main building A tramway will be used to transport this to the grinding machines instead of a horse and cart as bras formerly used The old way required the service of three men and two horses and two carts The new way requires but one mans services Many men and boys are at work at the plant cleaning used bricks besides the regular force on the companys pay roll Theie brick cleaners make seventy cents per thousand some of them can clean as high as 25UO bricks a day D Stuart Miller Jr is a man of push and force and has ncoinplisbet much in tbe little time he has hat bold of the plant Tuere is nn doubt but what the yard will be a success with a Miller to grind out the brick The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and ropnlarity Of Foleys Hon ey and Tar many imitations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiate and is the safest for children and deli cate persons Sold by A R Fisher Suicide at Henderson Henderson Ky Jan lSJ B Nixon formerly of Hopidnsville Ky but several years past a resident of Fensacola Fla was found dead in a bath tub in room 47 at the Hotel Henderson this morning A wound badly powder burned appeared just below the eft nipple and the right band from which had dropped a thir tyelghtcallber revolver hung loosely over the edge of the bath tub An ugly wound on the neck another on the arm and still another on the leg which examining physicians said had been inflicted several days ago showed that the man had previously attempted to end his life by opening blood vessels The secret of successfully ridding the system of a cold is a tnorough evacua tion of the bowels Kennedys Laxa tive Honey and Tar does thIsLiquid Cold Cure drives all cold out of the system Best for Coughs Croup etc Sold by all Druggists A Dome tic DUcuniilon Wife William I do think our boys are the worst I ever saw Im sure they dont get It from me Husband snappishly Well they dont get It from me Wife retlectivelyNo Wil liam you seem to have all yours yet The Very Lend AhlI he sighed If you only gate me the least possible hope I Good gracious I retorted the hard hearted belle Ive been giving you the least I ever gave to any man 1 No Doubt JackWhat seemed to be the hard tat thing to you in learning to ride tht Ucycle Tom The ground Subscribe for the News r DroTC an ElRlitccnInlimnfl Many years ago a well known New Yorker one of the Livingston family who had lived for many years In Flor ence used to drive sixlnhand there every afternoon He was a very ec centric Individual and gradually In creased the number of his horses until strangers In Florence would note with amazement every afternoon on the Cas cine a white headed gentleman driving an extraordinary procession of horses harnessed together two and two some times as many as eighteen It was one of the sights of Florence Old Mr Livingston tooled his teats safely for n few years but llnnlly they bolted and ran away Nothing could stop eighteen horses mild the smnshup wns something terrific After that the authors ties of Florence forbade Mr Living stow to drive more than tour and In disgust he shook the dust of Florence from his feet and never returned A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Cham berlains Cough Remedy Als Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies says that ho has for some years used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs and croupwhoopIng cough and has found it very beneficial She has as implicit confidence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport St McliolHH Santa Claus was born In Patavln In Asia summon That was not his real He WitS an abbot and named Illume He afterward became of Myra At the hatter place he died and was duly burled In Jay 1087 his remains were carried by some pious Italians to Barl on the Adriatic coast They are now at rest In a splendid church which bears his name The people around about make a pilgrimage to his shrine every year No one seeking food on that occasion is refused It by the priests while ac commodation is given to as many pil grims as the edifice will hold On St Nicholas day Dec 0 a great celebration takes place in his honor Early In the morning the populace take his im age from the priests and carry It through the town At night the city is grandly Illuminated Ilinnniliiir Illrcln Scientifically humming birds are tro chilldae and those who make a spe cia study of them are trochllldlsts although the birds are not identical with the old Greek trochllus or runner bird which according to Herodotus entered the Jaws of the sleep Ing crocodile and obliged Its big friend by picking leeches from his throat The Spanish name for the humming bird Is tomlnejo meaning u third of a drum nnd referring of course to the birds minuteness But the prettiest names are those such as the French frou frou which refer to the humming noise sometimes produced by the al most Incredibly rapid vibration of the wings Purring with her wings Is the expression of Thomas Morton 1032 the first English writer to men tion the humming bird MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus t2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare From Memphio Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route January 16 February 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit ou round trip tickets Write Tor map folder and pick your date and say when and where you want to go and we will give you full information by return mail L C BARRY T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE 82 Todd Bldg Louhvlfle Ky ANNOUNCEMENTSILLINOIS 1 The Illinois Central maintains Double Dally Service and operates tho best of trains with Dining Cars HutTottLlbrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Louisville to tow Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of tho South Including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss 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Notary Public 1 can SOl vay your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky CORRECT ENGLISH HOW to use itA MONTHLY MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO TilE USE OF ENGLISH Josephne Burck taker Editor Partial Contents for this flonth Course in English for the Beginner Course in English for the Advanced Pupil VocabularyThe Should and Would How to Use Them Pronunciations Century Diction ary- Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to say and What rot to say Course In LetterWriting and Pane tuation Alphabetic list of Abbreviations ManCompoundThem Studies In English Literature Agents Wanted 100 a Year Send lO cents for Sample Copy CORRECT ENULISII Evanston III DeWItts B Salvo For Piles Burns Sores i Jtj I- G d rA sy r yatt van S a l E ii r rt F f w lI 1 fl The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1900 KENTUCKIANS HOME COMING WEEK Outline of the Program of Big Event In Louisville Next I June PROMINENT MEN ON HAND r The programs for Home Coming Week in Louisille Juno 13 to 17 when one hundred thousand former Kcntuckiuns are exuected to go back to their native heath is rapidly taking shape TI rat day Wednesday June 13 will I uown HS Reception and Wel ooa 3 hay the second June 14 as Foster Day j the third June 15 as c Danitl1 Boone Day the fourth Juno 1C as Greater Kentucky Day and the fifth Sunday June 15 as Until We Meet Again address of welcome Is to be de tDlr The ered by Henry Watterson and reo tit ponded to David R Francis of Mis jsouri Others on the program are Wm Lindsey John G Carlisle John M HftrlnnThcs T Crittenden Adlni E Stevenson etc There will be a civic and millitary parade on the first day and every county In the State will establish headquarters in the new Armory which is the second largest building of tho kind in tne United States On Foster Day there will be several events in memory of the author ofIIMy Old Kentucky Home including the un veiling of a statue of Foster wnich will later he cast in bronze Iud placed In the new Capitol at Franktort Daniel Boone Day will be anA of the features of the week during which thero will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskings and oldfashioned dances The Commercial Club has offered a hand some medal to the person present on Daniel Boone Day who can prove the closest relationship to the great po neer On Greater Kentucky Day there will be barbecue campfires ect and orators will be given the opportunity tell how Kentuckians have helped ke other States greater by their nay ing lived in them On Sunday former Kentuckians will till the pulpits in Louisville Send names and addresses of any former Kentuckians you may know to It E HughesSecretary Com mercial Club Louisville Sickening Shherinjr Pits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved titand cured with Electric Bitters This ai is a pure tonic medicine of esoecial benefit in malaria tor it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to lhe preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malaria fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bltwrs which saved his life At Short Haynes drug store price 50c guaranteed ills Payne Entertains MrsF P Payne gave a six oclock dinner Thursday evening to Mr and Mrs J HRowland and Misses Louise Babbage and Lula Severs Another Good Man Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kidney Guru at the first sign of Kidney trou ble hoping It would wear awav and he was soon a victim of Brights die ease There is danger in delay but it Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the 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 a severe backache and pains in the r kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kid ney CureSold by A R Fisher Bring Carload Of Tpbacco A carload of tobacco from Glendeano was delivered to J B Phelon here Thursday by the following gentlemen Who had an interest in it Will OwenLawson Decker Will Mattingly Jesse Jolly John Kiper Enoch Kiper and Elie Moore They received 002 From Dr Owen Editor NewsIn speaking of those old coins of mine you referred also tom having attained a ripe old age and all of which I consider complimentary and intended in good feeling and spirit I still claim the epithet of being a young man and neither do I recognize tho propriety of being called an old man So I warn yon to be carefnll what you write after this as Mrs Owen reads the News Dr J T O- wenCASTORIAI For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought 1Bears the- Dlgfattuo 7 y of MARTYRS TO MELODY SOME GREAT MEN WHO HAD A STRONG AVERSION TO MUSIC Solo and Sonntn Give Me tits Spleen Said Sir Walter Scott Gautier Called Music the Mont Kx pennlve Noise on Earth Poverty says some wise man is no crime but it is a great Inconvenience And insensibility to the concord of sweet sounds it may also bo said though not criminal despite Shake speares dictum that no man dent to the appeal of music should be trusted is certainly a very great deprivation Yet great and lamentable loss though it may be it is a loss which has been the lot of 11 really extraordinary number of men and women not merely among the rank and file of the worlds workers and drones but among those who have In various directions won distinctionEven poets have been divided on the subject although one might nat urally have Imagined that felicity in verbal harmony would Imply apprecia tion of music Tennyson Is reported to have remarked once to Sir Hubert Par ry Browning is devoted to music and knows a great deal about It but there Is no music In his verse I know nothing abr it music and dont care for it In the lest but my verso is full of music In a general way time state ment was very true and embodied a curious fact- Coleridge though ho protested that he had no ear whatever and could not sing an air to save his life yet delighted greatly In good music nnd Indeed dis played excellent tasto in his apprecia tion He liked Beethoven and Mozart and some of the earlier Italian com posers such as Pnlestrlua and Curls slml and much to his credit loved our English Purcell Good music he sold never tires me nor sends me to sleep I feel physically refreshed and strengthened by it as Milton says he didOn the other hand Southey was In sensible to the charms of music a dep rivation which was shared by Scott In November 1315 Sir Walter wrote to his friend Morrltt of Ilokcby that he was writing from a lonely fireside his wife and daughter having gone In to Edinburgh to attend a great musical festival I have an indifferent good ear for n Jig he continued but your solos and sonatas give me the spleen so I een remained behind to prune my oaksScott apparently would have sympathized with Theophile Gautier who once called music the most expensive noise on earth Of Gautier It is also related that on one occasion when taken to task by a scandalized host for talking whllo some one was singing he replied Jo no supprlme pas la muslque Je nc fats quo Mattcnuer A still more famous Frenchman Vic tor Hugo objected strongly to his dramas being used as librettos lie said Urn music spoiled his verses Milton took a very different view He sang of soft Lydlan airs Married to Immortal verse Such as tho melting soul may pierce In notes with many n winding bout Of linked sweetness long drawn out The composer of the deep organ har monies of Paradise Lost was probably one of the greatest music lovers In the ranks of the poets lie was a musician himself of no mean ability and his love for the art stands revealed In many passages in his works Insensibility to music has been by no means confined to poets A latter day ducal governor of Madras Is said to have declared that there were only two tunesone was God Save the Queen and the other was not lie would have appreciated the remark of the Frenchman that music is the only noise for which one Is obliged to tiny a dictum with which Dr Johnson would have cordially sympathized The doctors remark at n violin performance Is familiar When a friend noticing the great mans Inattention to the dexterity displayed remarked upon the dilllculty of the performance to which they were listening the doc tor cried Diflicult do you call It sir I wish It were Impossible And when Boswell In n gushing fit described how music affected him so strongly and painfully producing in his mindI alternate sensations of pa1 thetic dejection so that he was ready to shed tears and of luring resolution so that ho was Inclined to rush into the thickest part of the battle the doctor simply and effectively gave him a cold douche Sir I should never hear It If It made mo such a fool Yet Johnson once confessed to hay ng been Impressed by solemn music at a funeral and on another occasion when asked by a lady whether he was fond of music ho replied gallantly that of all noises he considered It the least disagreeable Johnson even went so tar AS to ask his friend Dr Burney the historian of music to teach him the musical scale Dr Burney he said teach me at least the alphabet of your language Imagination rather boggles at tho idea of tho lexicographer in the character of n music pupil Lamb again although he numbered accomplished musicians among his friends cared little for their melodies He confessed to having practiced God Save the King all his life whistling and humming It over to myself in solitary corners and nm not yet arriv ed they tell me within many quavers of it On ono occasion at the Novel los ho managed to weather the Mo zartian storm with the aid of soothing porter but his power of musical receptivity was very soon exhausted as he line explained In his own Inimitable way In the Chapter on Ears Else where he wrote Some cry up Haydn some Mozart Just as tho whim bites for my part I do not care a farthing candle roe either of them or for Handel Cannot a man live free and easy Without admiring Pergolesl Or through tho world with comfort ao That never heard of Dr Blow And Gluck and Beethoven Bach and Weber and Purcell tire disposed of In a similar light hearted fashion- A century earlier both Pope and Swift were equally unmusical Swift Indeed whose feelings were never half hearted about anything hated the art Ho cynically made mathematics and music time two chief pursuits of his absurd Luputans He was at Windsor one evening in 1711 and after much so licitation was at last persuaded to go Into the music room But he did not stay very long I was weary he wrote to Stella In half an hour of their fine stuff and stole out so privately that everybody saw me at I cooled my heels in the cloisters till utter 10Loudon Globe PENGUINS FEEDING The CluiiiKc That Taken Ilacc Vhen They Uiiter the Wilier The appearance of the keeper of the penguins nt tho zoo with hIs pull of live gudgeon Is the signal for tuidiUii and intense excitement in the cages The penguins wavo their little lllppers und waddle to tho door whence they peer eagerly down the wooden steps lending to tho pool The cormorant croaks and sways from side to side and tho darters poise their snaky heady and spread their butllko wings At the waters edge the penguins do not launch themselves upon the surface like other waterfowl but instantly plunge beneath Once below water an astonishing change tales place The slow ungain Ily bird Is transferred Into a swift und brilliant creature beaded with globules of quicksilver where the air clings to the close outliers and lying through the clear und waveless depths with arrowy spwd nnd powers of turning far greater than In duty known form of aeriall light Time rapid and steady strokes of tho wings are exactly sim liar to those of the air birds while its feet float straight out level with the body unused for propulsion or even us rudders and as little needed In Its prog ress ns those of a wild duck when on the wing The twists and turns necessary to follow the active little fish are made wholly by the strokes of ono wing and the cessation of movement In the other anti the tlnh are chased caught and swallowed without the slightest relax ation of speed in a submarine Hight which Is quite as rapid as Uiat of most birds which take their prey in midair In less than two minutes some thirty gudgeon are caught and swallowed be low water the only appearance of the birds on the surface being made by one or two bounds from the depths when the heed and shoulders leap above the surface for a second anti then disappear Any attempt to rennin on the sur face leads to ludicrous splashing and confusion for the submarine bird can not float It can only fly below the surface Immediately the meal Is finished both penguins scramble out of the water and shuttle with round baths and drooping wings back to their cage to dry mill digestLoulou Spectator Cava InrtriiltM Doubtless many of our readers will remember the story of how Hogarth painted Fieldings portrait We are told that the painter tried in vale to persuade the author of Torn Jones to sit for him mill that Hogarth wits uu able to paint the face from memory Mentioning this fact one tiny to Gar rick the great actor suddenly said Is this like So like to Fieldings was the face which Gnrrlck made up that Hogarth seized his pencil and drew the portrait of the novelist which he has given to posterity Now the French have nn anecdote about the painting of the portrait of Vlllele on all fours with time above Coulon who united the olllces of court Jester and physician to Louis XVIII was famed for his powers of mimicry Ono day when Gros the artist was complaining that no portrait existed which did Justice to Villele Colon an swered None shows the profoiinl nobility of his character and hh evanescent expression Whllo lu spoke the words seemed to come from Vlllele himself so like had the doctor grown to the minister tiros hastily sketched and then piloted Couloui transformed face producing the bust sketch of the French statesman which we believe exists London Standard The XUlllt of ttepliies Of the word frog we Lusty nothing although through the medium of many languages it has had as thorough an evolution as In Its physical life At one time or another it huts been frogga frosk frost fro vrosch null fankr the latter nn Icelandic word We must ad mit our lIgnorance In regard to toad also backward research revealing only tade tode ted toodo and todie the root baflllng all study Tadpole Is delightfully easy Old forms of tho former word are pollywig polewlgglo and pollywlggle The last gives us the clew In our spelling pollwlggle which reversed anti Interpreted In a modern way Is wiggle bead a most appropriate term for those lively little black fel lows Tadpole is somewhat similar Toadpoll or toads head is also very apt when wo think of these small bodied larval forms Salamander Is a Greek word of eastern origin applied In tho earliest times to a lizard which was considered to have power of extinguishing fire Newt has a strange history originating in a wrong division of two words an owte tho latter being derived from eft which Is far more correct than newt though In use now only In a few places This Is an interesting example of word changes Outing Magazine DRAGGINGdown pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness irri tability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure 1 is WINE OF CARDUIif Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which organsCardululates the muscles to pull the womb up Into place- It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER in strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn GrovesMo Irregular The BUSY MANS Line Betw- eenLouisville Evansville St Louis ard- Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson Si St Louis Ry HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Hrmusockcrs hates to southwest and wes t first third Tueduys January and February 1HOG Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Ilex ico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1100 Second clas Colonit Unto to southwest Tickets on sale firs and third Tuesdays of January and February Ask us for rates J G Gallagher L J Irwin Traveling Passenger Agt General Patscnrer Act There Is Much In This Teach me to feel anotners woe To hide the faults I see Tbe that I to others show That mercy show to me Popes Prayer Dragged to heath A miserable invalid suffering from disordered female functions monthly pains nervousness falling feelings dizziness indigestion biliousness constipation etc will find relief in Wine cf Cardul antI Thedforde BlackDrauth two of the most valuable reliaole scientific curative medicines known for the treatment of sick women Thus are sold at all drug stores and should be in every horn Try them SHOP NOTES Much work is on hand Extra firemen are numerous Late Behan is humid machinist in the round house Harry Hills wants somebody to give n pound partv Ridily Berry both of em are two of the shops busiest mOil Ira anti Lafe Behen and James Younger are the Shop surgeons James Cowdrey is making good as foreman Mi Cowdroy has worked for tho company at the Shops for about six years C L Chamberlain has been nn on glneer tot the Henderson Route longei than any man now in tee service Jerry Gannane is next have runs on the Branch FlUnK Knxlish says ho dont love to work but that policy demands itto Seb McCracken believes in doing things right Ho worked on one keg of paint nearly an hour Thursday to got it mixed just right Vm Hovions says the reason the ceiling on the Mehodist church crack ed so badlyl was because the foundation of the church wasnt put down right He said the foundation should have been laid with concrete P D Plank master mechanic at the shops is really what is called a self made tuna Mr Plank started at he bottom of the ladder in the rail I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN in my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster and my menses were very painful and Sine taking CardulI fel like a ntv wjman and do not suffer as I did and IHOG mercy Both road woild without a pull Fo nearly tvvnty years now he has Peen climbing He has made Plank his pull by giving his employers what Roosevelt calls the square deal Mr Plank himself is an example of thi tqoare dttal type of manhood in the fullest sense of the words His integrity has been cue of the key notes of hIs success Todav up in the general office Mr Planks word iis as good liS gold One would have to know what ia test a mans v od is put too in tin general office ot any railroad heron this statement can be appreciated- It seems to be the ambition of every railroad man to be able to have his private car in which he can travel about the country as he pleases Pri vate cars really are very desirable little thnirs to have Just imagine yourself in a position to Hash an order over tne wire to the trainmen to get your private car in readiness for your service If is hard to blame a man for hovering a desire for n little thing like that Private cars are always mag nlhient Taki Col Coxs car which iis now being freshened up at the shops for Mr liidgely Cacyes trip to nis southern home This car is as compact as it is pretty It has two comfortable state zooms and two upper births a kitchen so handy tnat the average housekeeper would envy it a dining room and a smoker In the dining room is a little china closet filled with dishes and the moment one looks at it he begins to feel at home The state rooms are quite swell Each one has a little toilet room a big long mirror like n woman covets and a bureau made on to the walls So much work has been done on this car to fit it up for Mr Cayces southern trip that it has come to be known as Caycet car among the shop men Heres hoping that Mr Cayce and his fonts will have much fun when they get down where the cotton blossom bloom TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BIIOMO Qulnlue Tablets Druzztsts refund money It It fulls to cure H W KOVES signature Is on each boi5c Miss Nellie Whitehouse and Mr Jo Sawyer went to West Point Sunday to visit her brother Mr Sawyer returned Homo Wednesday night PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madeiyanteed Modemte prices Ex pert tailor employed- j II HUNSCIIB IndIG BABBAGE IVAttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many yours experience in set I timer estate All collections reas unable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtsties Speilai attention given to collecting road rases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Officer vet Bank of Hardlmtburj I I if you have anything you moneyt One fellow advertised a layingIiI r ililonijj time in this column rlast week and sold it for the Saturday after m appearedYou 1 Ij fJ thing- LOUISVILLE tt t z EVANSVILLE PACKET CO- UIiCOHl9a1TCD Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Bvans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 an Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passengertFreight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville lj5- Clavorport to Evansville 175- CliVerpSrt to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 4lRfi5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F andP A GEOH WILSON Snot THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs andTtieClover RolBiee assists In expelling torn tn4 tii Colds from theGooey Sa System by oiue mry IJthet i KENNEDYS LAXA- TIVEHONEYlETARI I IrltlPAItID AT THE LAIORATOBT o- rt O DtWITT S 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 JKodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use la time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION Mrs R IS Budson and daughter Virginia arrived from Versailles Wednesday to visit relatives flow to Mold Pneumonia Wo have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting hi Pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough hut heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Hoiey and Tar and rsfuse any substitute offered Dr C J Blsbopj of Agnew Mich writes I have used FoleY J Honey and Tar In three very severe cases of pueumonia with good results in every case It Sold ky A Rf FIsher a w 1 r i I I wv tre 1 j t I S tFS I r I t r f I i J 1 I I l t The Creckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY al 1900 BIG WAREHOUSETO BUILT By Hopkins County Farmers Stock Company Being Organized LOCATED IN MADISONVILLc It was learned yesterday upon good authority that n move was on foot among the business men and farmers of the county to organize a stocK company and bul hi a new tobacco warehouse The warehouse will cost lu the neighborhood of 5000 and it iu claimed a situ for its location has already been offered the memberaof tn o Dark Tobacco assoeiatcnby one of the nusi DABS men of the city Chairman Bradley Wilson confirm ed tho report last evening and snidbe believed work on the warehouse wou3 be commenced just as soon as the neceeasry details could bo arranged Mr Wilson would not say who the donnar of the site for the building was but stated that the ground offer ed was near to the city and would be- lttJ ideal location for the warehouse- A meeting of the Hopkins county association wilt be held Saturday at the court house and it is probable the matterZwill bo brought up thou and the first steps taken toward the organization of the stock company H M1 Woolendge warehouseman for the association at Hopkinsvilie was iere all day yesterday in consultatipn with Chairman Wilson While nothing definite regarding his conference was given out Mr Wilson said that Mr Wooleridges visit had simpified mat ters very greatly and that they would have no difficulty in arranging the finance question in a way that will wieet with the approval of all the members of the association in this county MadibonviUe Hustler READ THIS Howling Gteen June 12 1JOl Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for Kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering Jlrom kidney and bladder honhle- Hespeotfully J H HE3PEK A TEXAS WONDER One small tattle of the Texa Wonder Halls Grunt Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re auoves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all I rreglllll ties of the Icidnuys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your d ngaist will be sent by mull on receipt of fl1 One small bottle is two mouths tieat went and seldom rats 10 perfect c cure D E W Hill Sole Manufac turer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Fold by ittl druggists Surveying For Iew Road A carps of nine engineers me ht work making a survey for tho C 1- oRnd E railroad lioiu Enturpiise to Owonshoro They crossed the river Sunday and have been at work on this side since Monday morning The warty IH in charge of V G Miller Sir Miller was seen last night by H Messenger reporter but declined to diaonss Ithe work being dune further than to say that some time would bo Yeqtmed to complete the survey on his iaide of the river He said that he could give no information as tc whether the proposed route is favorable or unfavorahle until he bas mono over his notes It is uudeisood that practical ly no filling will be necessary on either aide nf the river at Enterprise as the approaches of the bridge will run baoK almost to tne foot hills Owens boro Messenger JJ J Storms Hawesville was here Saturday visiting Mi and Mrs J E KeithW H Allen was in town Saturday shipping produce to Louisville The Kidneys When they are weak tor pid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg lect them at this time but heed the warning of the aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorder and begin treatment once wit- hHoodsSarsaparilla which containsthebest and safest curative substances- For testimonials of remarkable cure 3 end for Book on Kidneys No 8 MassJ BABY COVEREDWITH Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Unless Hands Were TiedWasted- toaSketetonAwfuI Suffering for Over a YearGrew Worse Under DoctorsSkin Now Clear WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA My little son when about ft year and a half old begun to have sores coma out on his face I had a phy slcian trent nun but the sores grow theybrhis arms then on other parts of his body and then one came on his chest worse than the others Then I call ed another physi clan Still he grew worse At the end of about n year and a half of suffering he grew so bnd I had to tic his hands in cloths at night to keep him from scratching thcsorcsand tearing the flesh He got to be a mere skeleton and was hardly able to walk My Aunt advised me to try Cutkura Soap and Ointment So great was her faith in it that she gave me a small piece of Soap to try and a little of the Oint ment I took it home without any faith but to please her I tried it and it seemed to dry up the sores a little- I sent to the drug store and got a cake of the Soap and a box of tho Ointment and followed the directions and at tho end of about two months the sores were all well He has never had any sores of any kind since Ho is now strong and healthy and I can sincerely say that only for your most wonderful remedies my precious child would have died from those terrible sores I used only one cake of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment signed Mrs Eg bert Sheldon R F D No1 Wood villc Conn April 22 1905C- ompltM External and Interni Treatment for Enry Humor from Pimple to Scrofula from Infancy to Atconsisting of Cutteur Soap JJc Ointment Me aeol- vent Me 10 form ol Chocolate Coital Illli 16e per vial of eI may be hail of all druraliti A legleet oileD ciuca roller erupt Chem Corp sole Prop llorto- nBlil U fiicH now to Cure Baby Uumori Earn Burned Hn we villo Kv Jan 15A barn belonging to John Henry Clement one of the best known ot tho Hancock county turners was burned to the giouud at 7 oclock tonight Six thous and pounds or tobacco five hundred bushels of corntwo mulesone horse and five hundred gallons of molasses were consumed in the flames Mr Lluiuent came to Hawesville tonight and is endeavoring to socnre bloodhounds He believes his bal u was set on fire by ono of his enemies Ho hall recently sold his crop of tobacco toJ M Vaughn of Owtiisboro and received 750 75l ana 2 for it vAstI 0E1 X 0Bean theTi Kind You Nays Atas Bibgtl Signature of Fine Trains to Florida Via South ern Railway and Queen Crescent Route Flonda Limited leaving Louis yule y A M daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid train of Pull man sleepers and vustibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv rug Jacksonville at 850 A M and St Augustine 10 A M next day without change Dining Car serves all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louisville 745 P M1 carries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville f OP M1 and St Augustine at 10 P M next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation cat etc Dining Car serves all meals enroute Via the Land of the SkyPullr- oan Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 P M daily running through ta Knox villle where connection is made at 05 A Mwith through sleeper to Jacksoville via Asheville Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 9 A M Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May 31st are now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable Tours Going via Asheville IIndI Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Wintar Homes or other handsomely illustrat ed BooKlets raiders rates etc add ress any agent of the Southern By or CH HmiKerford DPA Louisvlllle Ky G b Allen AGPA St Louis W C Rinearson G P A QC Route Cincinnati O Alexander Fousliee Garrett Ky Jan 23Spl Invitations have been given for the coming marriage of John Fousheo und Mollie Alexander of Stiths Valley which will be solemnized at the homo of the bridestobo mother Mrs George Shumate Jan 30 2 p m STEPHENSPORT Miss Eula Honsloy came down from Irvington Sunday to visit her aunt Mrs R S Skillman Rev Gibbons conducted tho funeral services of Leo Morgan at tho M E church Thursday Miss Corn McCoy left Sunday for Bowling Green where she will enter school Miss Zelma Lay will teach tho spring school at this place Sam Adkisson Irvington was in town Saturday Miss Kate Crawford is in Louis yule this week Miss Edna Bates Hawesville was the guest of Mrs J S Adair last week Rev Lewis tilled his regular appointment hero Sunday Miss Mary Belle Basham was in town Saturday- P D Hawkins Union Star passed through town Sunday en route to Louisville Boyd McKaughan and family left Saturday for Mount Vernon Ind to reside Mrs Schopp is in Louisville for ai few weeks W B Schopp was in Louisville Sunday TAR FORK- A party was given at the home of Mr arid Mrs J B Jacksons last week Obe McQnady has returned from Evansville where he had been to see his sons Ben and Cooper Quite a large crowd attended the dance Wednesday night at the homo of Mr and Mrs Wash Robbins Little Jennie Hook has bfen sick for a week but is better As yet very few tobacco beds have been burned some are burning Joe Dunn and son Haran sold their tobacco crop of about 1200 pounds to American Tobpcco company for C52 last week DUKES James Lay Yclvington und daughter Miss Lena spent Wed nesday and Thursday with friends here Lonnie Ray Owensboro will more his family to H J Tindles farts Several from here attended the party given lby Miss Tula Lamb at Patesvillc Friday night Misand Mrs Cicero llearden and children spent Sunday with L Newbury and family James Harris will move his family to Davis County Tuesday MCQUADY Born to the wife of Hob Frank Jan 14 a ten pound boy Miss Montre Purcell1 left Sun day for Stithton Ky to visit relativesi Mrs Sam Patterson Clover port visited her sister Mrs William Ball Saturday and Sun Jay Henry Klmore lots sold his farm and will soon leave for Owensboro where he will reside Miss Nellie Crews lord Ella McGary returned Tuesday from Ilarned whore they have been visiting Misses Mary and Ida KennedyDavid Crews was in Owewsboro lust week on business Mrs Addle Brown moved to Irvington last week Will Jolly Kirkhas purchased the Smith farm of Henry Elmore and is moving to it The Equity tobacco house open ed here Jan 6 with ten thousands pounds the first day The farmers appear to be enthusiastic and will poolnearly the entire crop The remains of Miss Annie Bajbee who died at Union Star Thursday were brought here Friday morning Inter ment was made in the Hites Run cemetery on Friday Her sister Miss Elizabeth Barbee accompanied the remains LOU1BURG W N Head visited friends near Union Star Sunday James Seaton Cloverportspenfc a day at W N Headsjast week Alaska Hardin Holt was the guest of parents Saturday and Sunday I DONT NEGLECT A COLD Neglected Colds Lead to Consumption Miss Lillian Powell Aurora Ind writes Last spring caught a severe cold from getting my feet wet and being out In the rain and In a day I had a most miserable cold but I neglected It thinking It would soon leave me But It hung to me for two weeks I felt must be done as my condition was serious I had heard so much about Peruna andIn Its praise that I bought a bottle and began It regularly I was gratified to find that In a week the cold and cough was broken up and three weeks treatment completely re stored my usual health Lillian Powell Toni Mays was tho guest of I Miss Myrtle Deacon Sunday G L Severs Eugene Norton and Chas 13 Mays were guests at C C Grants Sunday I Miss Gertrude Keys was tho guest of Misses Ethel and hurl Basham Sunday Miss Nellie Cashman has returned to her homo at Union Star af ter having closed a very successful term of school at Agabright Mr and Mrs Frank Basjtiam were guests at Elmore Deacon SundayWill Shellman Irvington spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr and MrsT Keys wore at Stcphensport Friday shopping Mr and Mrs Flake Ator Union Starand Julius Dutschkc Holt were guests at Augusta Dutschkes Sunday Miss Lura Avitt and Miss Essie Cashman visited at C L Avitte Saturday and Sunday Miss Lula Cashman has returned homo after a lengthy visit to her sisters at Pheonix Ind Miss A Bell Grant and Miss Pearl stays were guests of Mr and Mrs C L Avitts Wednesday nightWe are glad to hear Roscoo Keys is improving Blue Bell Jumbo Pickles English Kitchen HITES RUN L Beauchamp our local merchant is doing a large business Nearly all tho farmers around hero have sold their tobacco Ross Burdotto has adopted an orphan boy from the Louisville Orphans Homo PERUNACURES CURESCOLDS COLDSAND COUGHS 1 y How Pretty Miss Powell Was Restored to Health by Peruna when something taking good Our local union met last Sat urday night The remains of Miss Anna Barbee were brought here Friday and interred in the Burdetto graveyardPaul and Clarence Basham of New Bethel were the guests of Misses Erie and Norma Miller Sunday Frank Walker has received news of the death of his daughter Mrs Ben Hawkins of Nebraska Clarence Maysey of near Stephensport was tho guest of Miss Bovie Hawkins Sunday Misses Erie and Norma Miller wore the guests of Miss Hallie Chapin Friday IRVINGTON Miss Emily McAteor left Thurs day for Louisville after being tho guest of Mrs Nannie Wathen for a week RovE W Graves has returned from a visit to his father at Owensboro Mrs Eliza JonesLouisville was the guest of her sister Mrs J T Claycomb the first part of last week Miss Claire Hook Hardinsburg spent a few days with her cousin Miss Ruth Miller last week D W Henry left Friday for Macon Ga where he will visit his daughter Mrs Susie Warfield for three weeks Miss Nelia J Drury loft Tues day for la trip to relatives in Louisville and Lcitchfield Edwin Jolly carne home from Beachmont School Friday to Richard Witt of Bosettiihas sold his farm at that place to trice Beard and is thinking of moving his family to Ekron where he will probably farm Mr Witt lived hero some yours ago Take Bromo Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature How Consumption Develops Nino cases of consumption out of ten occur in this way A person catches cold The cold is not properly cured and another cold is caughtThis cold Is dillydallied with either by no treatment whatever or porno treatment that is ineffectual and tho cold continuesThen cold is caught and a cough develops Cough syrups aro resorted to but they give only temporary relief By and by tho patient gets tired of taking medicines and cough syrups and gives up in despair Tho cold continues to develop and the cough grows worse Then tho doctor is called in only io discover that the patient is in tho first stages of consumption It was Just in this way that Miss Powell of Aurora Jnd became sick She caught a cold and not considering it serious neglected it thinking as many others do that it would wear off However it clung to her tenaciously and in two weeks she found her health in a serious Fortunately Pcruna had boon brought to her notice and she took a course of this remedy before it was too late In a week tho cough and cold wore broken and a three weeks treatment completely restored her to health This is what Pcruna is dojng all the while Iota day aqd probably not an hour passes in which some ono does not have a similar experience with Pcruna Cure the Slight Colds and Avoid Consumption Time first stop toward consumption la a cold Tho next step is a failure to euro it promptly Tho third step is tho do velopment of catarrh which gradually becomes chronic The fourth step the catarrh begins to sproad from tho head to tho throat then to tho bronchial tubes and finally into tho lungs It la then consumption in tho first stago At any timo during tho progress of ca tarrh from tho first onset of tho cold to its final settlement in tho lungs Poruna can bo relied upon to stop tho disease If you havo taken a cold buy Peruna without delay Ono bottlo in tho bo ginning wilt do more good than a halt dozen bottles after tho catarrh haa fastened itself on tho lungs Thousands of Testimonials Wo have on file thousands of testi monials from people who have been cured of catarrh of the lungs by Poruna Wo can glvo our readers only a slight glimpse of tho vast array of unsolicited sndorsomentp we are receiving every month Noother physician in tho world has received such a volume of ontlm iiastio letters of thaaks as Dr Hartman for Poruuu The First Things in Kentucky The first womau to own a piece of land m Kentucky was Susannah Boone wife of Daniel Boono who very early obtained patent for a tract in Madison county The first marriage in Kentucky was that of Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Galloway Aug 71776 Their daughter Fannie born in 1777 was tho first white child in the state born of parents married in the State The first plow manufactured was made by William Pogue at Harrodsburg in 1770 He also made his first loom while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the state and wove from tho lint of nettles tho first piece of linen manufactured and from buffalo wool the first piece of linsoy The first grist mill in the State run by water power was perhaps the one built by Captain John McMurty near Shakertown in Morcer county in 1782 Tho first paper mill in Kentucky was erected by Elijah Craig near Georgetown 1792 The firsC apple seeds wore plan ted in Mercet county bjr McAfee company in 1775 Dr Walter and his family planted tho first peaoh seed and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men near Barboursville in 1750 The first wagon of which his tory gives an account was run over Smiths wagon road from Lexington to Maysvillo in 1782 by a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was tconstruo ed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 The first railroad about one byTamescars were drawn H t To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Quinine conditionJ J 1InTwoD on every box 25c I 4 Y t e u I HVI t ri rif s t o A 11dt dtmu ut co dl pcfOI tic 10m refPa ca the po gilad pabel I cntbl the deQr du th1 co stc inwf WI8io Jed 1 era lloc r eVIJ for J seseti No eel Ca for =y I Is thth rim andy WI- MM an JJ w t tIfthhet nr ux