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A r A lrHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 12 Pages NO 30 IJ I Irl l tr 4 w- s BARRY REID AND HARRIS Say They Want Local Option Law Enforc ed Rigidly IN REPLY TO REVS CURRIE AND LEWIS The city council and Mayor in reply to the question will you enforce the local option law in Cloverport If it is voted back m tbocomingelec- tion which was made to the body by Revs B M Carrie and T T Lewis partly answered the question The Mayor asked if there was anymore business to come before the conn oil A moment of silence Council man S B McGracben and Rev B M Currie began to speak Rev Cur tie gave way to Mr McCracken and McCrackon moved the council to adjourn The motion was lost in the scramble Rev Carrie rose addressed the Mayor and council presented tne question mentioned Rev Lewis then spoke shortly in behalf of the qnes ticn Councilman Barry explained his position on the matter saying that he e f localptloufavored the enforcement of said law and would lend his hearty co operation in enforcing it Councilman Reid said that he was not for local option but that if local option carried he was de serous of having the law enforced At tornev James Ukillman arose ana in a loug winded speech addressed to Revs Carrie and Lewis nzplamed the position of the town officials in regard to the enforcement of the law in Clues tion Mr Skillrnan himself was l itll will that same conditions prevailed in the town then as do now Skillman went on to explain how diligently anti earnst t ly he had tried tc prosecute the vio laters of the local option law although he himselfaccordiug to nis statement is not in tavor of local option Rev 3 Carrie arose and reminded tne body that thy hall gotten entirely away from the subject he had betoio them and said that all that Rev Lewis and I thlmself wanted was a satetment from jKhfl Mayor and Councils saying tht3phey would enforce the local option paw if it was voted back again GFourf of the councilmen S H Me iCraofcen Jnn OConnel Chap HOOK and James Fitch made no reply to tae Question A motion to adjourn was madA and carried fO SEE AlEXANDER 5TuesdayJGeorgoSHumato Mollie Alexandra was quietly married to John Foushco in tho presence of a few friends and rol es Rev US Kirablo off- iciatScrofula 4tt acquiredthougti Bad hygiene foul air impure water are among its causes It is called II the soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption ii pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsaparillaRemoves tSiiofula Get Hoods or testimonials of remarkable eons send for Book on Scrofula No III Co L Hood Co Lowell MOM COMMERCIAL CLUB YES Strong One Organized At Mass Meeting Last Thursday Night SIXTEEN CHARTER MEMBERS A commercial Club for CloverporU Yes I lOne has heen organized and oil care elected The mass meeting Thurs day night was not well attended but was attended to well by the sixteen interested citizens who by their presence showed that the welfare of the best town on earthto them was at hCartThe best town on earth t Yes Why shoudnt it be it will not be unless Cloverporters think Iit and back up their thoughts with notions The Commercial Club says We will try to make it the best The minutes below give a detailed account of the meeoting which are interesting trom the fact that they concern the progress of our little city Cloverport Minutes of Cloverport Commercial Club meeting held in Oelzes Hail Feb 1 1000 at 8 p m byMrirxpiomtnI chairman and stated the meetingJno was elected secretary pro tom A vote was taken by Mr Babbage to elect a regular temporary chairman and Mr J A Barry received the majority of votes and accepted the chair The chair called for nominations tor a president In response Dr A A Simmons was unanimously elected The president was given the chair and oyhimNoinatimons were then placed in or der tor officers of the club and the fol BurryFlr3tretaiy F T Heyser Treasurer The president made the four officers of Club by reason ot their office members of the board of directors nominations were then placed in order for the remaining three direc tors The following wore elected D Stuart Miller Jr H t Stader F D Ferry A membership was taken and all those present sixteen in number were made charter members TIle names are as follow F D Ferry H A Oelze K T Polk H L Stader U W Short V G Babbage Dr F L Lightfoot M Veathorholt BarryI1 D Stuart Miller Jr Joe Allen Ed Gregory F T Heyser- It was ruled by motion that each member be assessed a fee of OOo and a monthly due of U5c which 25n could be increased or decreased as occasions aroseThe president appointed two oai inltteea as follows Committee On Ad vartising and Development J C Nolte Edward Gregory Dr F L Lightfoot J D Babbage Jr Committee on Solicitation Of Mew bers Kobt T Yolk J A Barry Joe Allen Fred U Ferry The following members paid their initiation fee oi 00 cents M Weather holt F T Heyser J A Barry D Stuart Miller Jr Robt T Polk- T C Nolte H L Stader Dr F L LIghtfoot Dr A A Simons The cash for the fees was accepted by tho secretary pro tem Jno D Babbago Jr anti turned over to the treasurer F T Heyser by said secretary the following day Friday Feb 2 1000 Thanks wore extended to J D Bab bage Jr for interest displayed in see curing meeting to form the club Thanks were extended to Mr H A Oehre for the use of his hall A motion to adjourn to meet again on Tuesday Feb 0 1000at 8 p m- In the Bank of Cloverport was made and carried The use of the Bank of Cloverport was respectfully tendered by Mr M Weatherholt JnoD Babbago Jr sec pro tem Marriages The following marriages were published at St Rose Catholic church in this city Sunday morning by Father Celest ine Brey- John Walter White to Ann Eugena BeavinWilliam Austin Pate to Elizabeth MattinglyJohn Burdette to Catherine Elizabeth Elder Silver coin social at the Methodist church Tuesday Feb 13 Every body invitedMiss Addle G Ditto was in Ilawes vide Suuday the guest of Mr and Mrs OeD Bentley J A Barry a hustler on the citys street committee was superintending street work last week Best red top seed per pound 6oJulian Brown Geo Thayer Cleveland Tenn was the guest of Ed Morrison Sunday and Monday SET HEADSTO WIN Have Local Option People Of Cloverport In Conning Battle AN ORGANIZATION FORMED We have set our heads to win the election and will not be beaten was the sense of tne temperance mass tneot ing at Oelzea hall last Friday night A good crowd of enthusiastic men and women were present A song opened the meeting followed by u prayer and then the purpose of the gathering was stated by Rev B M Carrie who piloted the proceedings of the evening A temperance organization was perfect eel and the following officers were elected Rev B M Carrie president V G Babbage vice president R 0 Willis secretary H H Raiferty treasurer- A motion was and made seconded making the pastors of the town officers of tho temperance organization officers of the W T C U presidents of both the B Y P U and Epworth League an executive board Tne meeting adjourned to meet again in the same building on next Thursday night at 8 ocloon Every body in town interested in temperance work was extended an invitaton to be present at this meeting Short talks were made by Revs Lewis and Currio and V G Babbage upon the subject in question The speakers expressed no fear of defeat but said that the battle would bo fought to a nnish and no stones would be left un turned It was the desire of the speakers that all temperance workers should enter into tho campaign with vigor and make a fearless fight tor a grand loral option victory Voice of The People lar Springs Ky Feb 3 In read ing the splendid nitiqlo by judge Moorman on the subject of Good Roads in the last issue of this paper my mind was irresistibly drawn to another subject which should receive the attention of every one who has the welfare of Kentucky at heart and that is the present system of district or county schools If our poor roads are a disgrace which we know they are it IB even i greater disgrace that hundreds of Kentuckys fair sons and daughters are doomed to go forth and take their places in tho world with practically no education I wonder how many realize that under our pres ent system the school year consists of about seventy school days and the average number of days tee children attend IB about fifty five days hardly I enough to pay their parents to buy hooks for them Will jnogress ve farmers corny to Kentucky to find homes knowmtr these conditions and should they come will they stay Just what thny are supposed to teach in the district schools I have not been able to find out although I have asked every child I have met since school com menced and they all pay just read ing Let us be up and doing and with one voice protest against this in justice to the rising generation Lillian C Parser Newspaper Changes Hands The Plaindenlor a local pub lication established by tho late Jell Sterett passed to tho management of G H Mickel this week Mr Storctt ran tho paper until his death two and a half years ago since which time it has changed hands on several occasions Mr Mickel tells us ho will run time paper ns a straightout Republican organ Ho is now in charge of tho of ice Clarion ChapIn Resigns James Chapin who has been acting as an assistant at post office has resigned Ho was succeeded by his brother L V Chapin Mr and Mrs Chapin have moved to their farm on tho pike whore Mr Chapin will take up his lot in tho agricultural world The News wishes success for I Jimtnio013f9TORt1a Blur thoits Kind You Have Always Bought 1I 1btui FRANCHISEADVERTISED Council Acts On Electric Light Matter and Prospects Are Rosy For a Plant TOWN TO PAY 600 YEARLY The city council met Monday night and transacted tho usual routine busi ness A motion was carried request hue the marshal to enforce the dog tax law The matter of an electric light plant to bo established here was given earnest consideration A special com mittee composed of J A Barry S H McCracken and L T Reid repotted on the financial condition of the city The committee reported that in view ot the present liabilities and income of the city tOOO could be raised yearly tc pay for electric lights The committee suggested and advised that Immediate steps be taken to procure an electric light plant for the city The ordi mince committee presented an odl nance ordering tha sale of an electric light franchise This ordinance after being arnrnended by Attorney James R Skillman was passed Tore salE of the franchise wns order ed to be advertised by tho clerk Or dinance ordering the sale of tho fran chase for an electric light heat and power plant provides that the success fill bidder shall begin work on the plant on or before May 1 next and to complete it on or before Nov 1 The council will consider bids at an adjourned meeting on Monday night Feb 10 H Stuart Miller Jr representing one electric plant company and A L Furt another wore heard from by the council in regard to a plant Mrs Short Entertains Mrs GShott entertained last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs S S Watkins of Owens boro and Airs Chas B Skill man of this city A coursed lunch eon was served 42 served as an aminuser Those invitedwere Mesdames Chas BSkillman Fred Ferry S S Watkins R E Moorman A II Mtirry C W Moorman T I1 Babbage A B Skillman Fred Fraize F L Lightfoot Leon MeGayock Ed Ogolsby D Stuart MillerfJr A R Fisher Frank Payne J T Skillman- E T 1 Haynes Misses A G Ditto Flora Hardin Kate Ogelsby Sells Farm Judge JJ F Woololk sold his farm containing 72S acres to lIen ry and lackJ llanrrington The price is private but we are informed that it is in tho neighborhood of S 14000 This is considered one of the best farms in this part of the State and the new owners are two of tho best all rouncl hustlers in Kentucky and their many friends will bo glad to learn that they continuo to ho residents of old Meadj We are also glad to state that JudgeJ Woolfolk and family will become residents of Branden burg Tic has rented S P Wool folks residence and will movo about the first of March when ho lieTiasbut it is likely ho will make Bran denbur his permanent home Mcado County Messenger Dog Bill Passed The Croan dog law was adopted after many amendments to it were defeated It is similar to tho dog law passed by tho Senate Gee W Short and Chas B Skill man loft for Indian Territory Tuesday on a prospecting and investment tour Best timothy seed per bushel ci1 CO Julian Brown Miss A Louise Babbage left Sun day night for Decater Ill where she will spend a week with Mr and Mrs John T Ditto Small pox is prevalent in Owens boro Lest week 150 cases were reported principally among the negros Bear brand fertilize for tobacco tomatoes and corn Cheap for cash at Julian Brown RoyiHackie Powder Absolutely PureDIS- TINCTIVELY A CREAM OFII TARTAR BAKING POWDERII It does not contain an atom of phos i phatic acid which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acidor of alum which is onethird sulphuric acid sub stances adopted for other baking powdersI because of their cheapness A PROMINENTCOUPLE CiawfordEnglish Nuptial Knot Tied at Stephensport Last Friday BRIDE TALENTED MUSICIAN Stephensport Ky Feh 5 Miss Katherino Crawford dau OfjlthisOfjl I Harvey English I son and Mrs Harvey Englishof near here Friday afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of the bride Rev Eo B Englisha brother of the groom assisted by Rev JI T Lewis of Cloverport officiated The bride wore a silk mull dress trimmed in point lace and carried a beautiful bunch of oar nations A six course dinner was served to the bride and groom und tho guests at 4 oclock Many handsome und beautiful presents were received by the bridegroom silver predominat ing Miss Crawford is a member of one of the most aristocratic famil ies in the county ITier parents are of Scotch decent and her grandfather had a charge in tho church of England Time late James Crawford the brides father was one of tho first settlers in Steph ensport and helped to make for it a place on tho map by establish ing largo business interests here Tho bride is especially talented and accomplished in music and a beautiful woman Mr English is a prosperous young farmer and of a well known family lie is a sturdy young man and a life of successno doubt will bo his At his early age now he has won u place in the ranks of progressive farmers The bride and groom loft Fri day evening for tho homo of tho grooms parents Mr and Mrs Harvey B English where they were entertained the day follow lug Those present at tho wedding wore Mrs James Crawford Mr and Mrs Harvey IEnglish Mrs Rowland Smith11rs Brooks Rev and Mrs J T Lewis of Clovorport and Misses Ettio English Margaret Dorsey MrIAndrew TAP LINE AT MITCHELL Madisonville Railroad May Not Come to Cloverport Un til Far Future PRESIDENT HOLEMAN TALKS Ilardinsbtirg Special Fob 5 Time following article relative fromIi JournalA J JournalJ repre sentative interviewed Mr H H Holeman President of tho Madi sonville Hartford and Eastern Hail road yesterday President Holeman said the road was posi tively located to tap the L 11 St LILL Mitchell and the trains will run over the Brunch to Irv- ington where they will go onto the main lino andon to Louis yule If time road over trots to Clovorport it will he in the far future though it wus the first in tention for tho road to tap the Texas at that point The right of way hits all been secured with the exception of that portion which lies between Madisonvillo and the IIopkins county line Con begininrapidly pushed to completion It seems that tho time is now ripo for tho citizens of this town to take sonic steps to induce the L H St L to take up tho spur thtoughhereand such a ono will never occur again RECITAL BY MISS REIDS PUPILS Hardinshurg Ky Feb0rMiss Reids pupils gave a very delightful reo cital at the City Hall Friday evening Feb 3- Those takirgpart were Misses Virgin la Henslcy Nancy Kincheloe Hannah Beard Margaret and Evelyn Beard and Messrs Ernest Haswell John Skillman and Allen Kincheloe The pupils showed thorough train ing and each one acquitted himself ao creditably it would be difficult to sin gle out nay one for especial praises The audience was a very appreciative one and expressions of highest praise were heard on every side both for Miss Reid and her pupils I 2 t riY1 rf 1ra1r1 W Ki 1- J I I I f rf r F ayPrca+ k xi ra+ rpc3 tt rr tFriar d ila+ S H aThe r Breckenrldge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1000 Golp how frequently are the honesty nnd Integrity of man disposed of by a smile or n shrug How many wood and gen uroiid actions have boon shrunk Into oblivion by a distrustful look or stamp ed with the Imputation of proceeding from bud motives by a mysterious and seasonable whisper Look1 Into corn panics of those whoso gentle natures should disarm them we shall find no better account How often does the reputation of a helpless creature blend by a report which the party who Is nt the pains to propagate It beholds with much pity nod fellow feeling that sin Is heartily sorry for It hopes In God It Is not true however as Archbishop Tillotson wittily observes upon It is resolved lu time meantime to give the report her pass that at least It may Jiavo fair piny to take Its fortune In the world to be believed or not nc cording to the charity of thoso Into whose hands It shall happen to fall Addison JmLockAbraham Lincoln niter being a mem ber of congress desired to secure a clerkship In Washington but he was defeated by Justin Butterfleld lie was disappointed but had he not been defeated he would have spent his life in obscurity Instend of becoming president of the United States Oliver Cromwell was once on board a ship bound for America but he was taken buck by a countable and the re suit was that he became one of the greatest men England ever knew Ulysses Grunt would not have been a raliltnry man had it not been that his rival for a West Point cadetship had been found to have six toes on each foot Instead of live The great silver mine the Silver King hind been discovered by the lucky accident of a prospector throwing a piece of rock at a lazy mule Lame Back Tins ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application If this does not afford relief bind on n piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure to follow For sale by Short Haynes O lovorport UrllN of Anxlpty Anxiety IIs tic poison of human life It Is the parent of ninny sins and of more miseries III a world where ev erything Is doubtful where you mummy bv disappointed had bo blessed In dis appointment what menus this restless stir and commotion of mind Can your solicitude niter the cause or un ravel the Intricacy of human events Con your curiosity pierce through the cloud which the Supreme Being hath inndo Impenetrable to mortal eye To provide against every Important danger Ity the employment of the most promising menu+ lN the otllcu of wis dom but at this point wisdom stops SotOlI A Healing Gospel The Rev 1 C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Unicb Belair Gn says of Eleotrio Bitters Its a God sond to mankind It cured me of lame bacK still joints and complete phy sical oollnpse I was so weak it toolC me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottes of Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in CO minutes and feel like walK Ing three mete Its made KneW man of uio Greatest remedy for weakness HUll all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee nt Short Haynes Drug Store Put O Tin Oronl Roil nr Wnrr III Shakespeares Twelfth NightI Sir Toby Belch urges Sir Andrew Ague chock to pen a challenge rout to put In It ns nuns lies as will lie In the sheet of proper although the shod were big enough for the bed of Ware This enormous Jell which was a wonder III Shakespeares time and still exists In ware Is seven feet six Inches high and ten foot nine Inches square so that twelve people can lie comfortably III It Bountifully carved It Is a splendid specimen of antique furniture dating from the days of Queen Elizabeth This wonderful hell Is naturally an ob ject of curiosity and Interest to many visitors III the same room there hung a pair of lunges upon which all Htraii gems formerly wore sworn Common Colds Are The Cause of Many Serious Deseases Physicians who have gained a nat Zonal reputation ns annlysiats of the cause of various diseases claim that If catching cold could be avoided all a long list of dangerous ailments would hover be heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consump tion originate from a cold and chron ic oatarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung tioublo are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your life 01 take chnnces when you have A cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will cure It before these diseases develop Tina remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmfnl drug nnl has thirty years of reputation back of it gained by Its cures under every condition For salA by Short fc Haynes Clover port My1NM MM OFFER ContinuedLouisville January 31 06 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Replying to yours of the 30th will say that you can continue the clubbing offer giving the Daily Herald with your paper at 2 a year by mail Louisville Herald Send us your name for sample copies u u nH A Daily Paper and a Weekly I Paper for one year at 2 is a most liberal offer and no one should neglect this opportunity Sit down and send us 2 n Sit down and send us 200 and the paper will come to your address We do not know how much longer we will be able to make this offer Better do it now right now Send orders to Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky HARD1NSBURG Items for week ending Feb 3 The Board of Supervisors adjourned finally Friday Ken Rhodes McDaniel was in town last Friday J 0 Brodie Chenault was in town Thursday on business Arthur Scott was in Louisville last week visiting relatives Dr John E Kinctitloe was in Louisville last week C P Edmunds and Dr E F Day were in Louisville Sunday C V Robertson was at Fordsville Saturday on a business trip Claude Mercer was in Louisville last week on Ilegal business Miss Bettie Hook entertained the Fireside Club Saturday evening Andrew Elder has moved into tho Foreman residence on First strtet Hon Charles Blanford Bewloy vllle wee here Monday on business Col David R Murray attended cir cult court at Brandenburg last week Dr E P Rogerb and Captain Sam Games Fordsville were here tridav Judge Henry Moorman spent Sun day at Ulend 8ne the guest of his pat Ants Mrs Wash Payne Stephensport is visiting Mr and Mrs Alvin Skill manW J Hall Rockvale has moved to Vie Robertsons farm on the pitco near townThe Rev Everet English Stephens port preached at the Baptist church SundayRussel Compton Garfield was the guest ot Mr and Mrs Panl Complin SundayFrank DeHaven and Godfrey Ball went to St Louis Monday on a busi ness trip- Circuit Clerk T J Moore says tkit there will bo a big docket for the Feb ruary term of court The Masons nave had a wood ceiling put on their lodge room Beard and Lewis did the worK Mr and Mrs William Hobson Cainbellsvl lie are visiting the Rev and Mrs G L King The pupils of Miss Matye Reid will give a recital at the Upera Bouse on the evening of Friday Feb 2 The Rev W H Foreman and family have moved to his farma short distance out on the Louisville road Editor Pile of the Democrat attetded the Midwinter meeting of the editors fthe state held at Fran cfort last weekMiss Ella Ahl left tor Bowling Green last week where ehe will enter as a stndent in the Southern Normal CollegeMrs JJ Murray and daughter Mildred who have been visiting Mr and MM P C Moorman at Glendenno have returned home The question of forming a com mercial club is being considerably agitated here among the leading busi ness men of the town Mrs Elza A Witt left last week for Owensboro where she will make her future home with her daughter Mrs C E Montgomery Uncle Berry Macy who is in his 84th year has been sick tor several weeks at his rooms at the Ford Hotel He is perhaps tome better at this timeMrs Joel H Pile and Miss Katie Eskridge heard the Damrosu Symph ony orchestra at Louisville last week Miss Eskridge was formerly a pupil of Miss Zudie Harris time Soloist of the orchestra Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist ot Furls City Pa had his hand fright fully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklers Arnica Salve with tne usual result a quick and pefeot cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Ezema and Piles 25o at Short Haynes Druggists A Prehistoric Monument In southern California in time county of Sun Luis Obispo there Is situated one of the most remarkable prehistoric monuments known to time archaeolo gists From a distance it looks like an Immense rock rising from the plains of Carlssa but upon nearer approach It Is seen to be a temple of extraordinary dimensions und of unknown antiquity The inner court has a level floor Ji2o feet long Mud 123 feet wide and the celling Is from GO to 100 feet high acv cording to situation The building was evidently used by prehistoric mean but for what purpose and how long slucb no one knows It hns been suggested however that it was either n temple of worship or the capitol of some ancient government The walls and portions of the telling ore bountifully decorated with paintings hi colors red white and black many of them supposed to have some symbolic meaning O4SXO IABeui theihaKind You Haw Always Bong Signature Yof l- CASTORIAf l For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof I In Us For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TMI OtttTAUN OMMNV NCW VOW ITF L Q G GSi1iGS FLANDL For Sale el inI j Acres of good land six I1 700 miles south of Irvington I highIFive hundred of which is in I state of cultifitionmm Twohundred acres well timbered Ninety ncres sown in wheat 9 Ono good sixroom dwelling g YTwo good tcnnnnt houses Ono large stock barn One almost new tobacco burn 40x60 IGood young orchard 11 Best watered place in the country lJ A desirable homo in every way imt IfWill sell all or a part of the place IItosuit purch- aserTERMS 1 Ii EASY G E DRURY IBEWLEYVILLE KYJ NOTICEI 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 I district You will be notified either byIletter or riding I can take no excuses as I must get into some other business andtt am going to close my books at onceIThis is meant for each person owing me taxes 1 will be at the Sheriffs office J Hardinsburg every Saturday Write me and I will send amount owingNo offenseIis meant but this is a strictly business 1 proposition It may save you time and tmoney to prepare for it at once I must a and am going to collect at once Very re 14 spectfully P I H M Beard ExD S 1st and 6th Dists Jl1 I I l IJ 1t t t J 1I 1 1D 1c gb 41t 4n 4d 4g ecS 01bt btcn caal alcot ill I kidsawe LWE I debt obthe hcan cansw blacIt riglimp 40me meztr xtrIal lerl Izce aVe alsavc Ills sot Inrad adpc i am ii iii iil iit t I I 1 f J d I 1 o The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY IEBRUARY 7 1005 LODIBURG LItems for week ending Feb a Eugene Norton Webster was here Sunday Herbert Haddock Webster Is visit ng Sylvester Banes James Dime will lea vo Fob 15 for California to reside Miss Mary Cashman is visiting Miss Ida and Lena Avitt Solemn Shelinan was in Louisville last week on business Mrs Dock Norton and children visit ed relatives at Rhodeha Sunday Miss Mayma Adkisson will teach a spring school at Walnut Urove Miss Mary F Aruabright spent Sat urday and Sunday at U C Grants Quite a crowd from here attended the oyster snpper at Union Star Friday nightC B Mays Webster is visit nt his jteterl Mrs Abe Skillman at West qlntMrs Henry DntMjhke Amons visit dher sister Mrs Henry Gibson Sunday 1 Miss Murl Baaham and Miss Annie eys spent last week with their cou in Miss Ida B Ator Mies Ida B Ator Union Star is Isiting her grandparents Mr and 4s Augusta Dntschke- Mr Foster MoKauRhn and daughter I andISundayBlue Bell i A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an Insidious lapgerxjfnd many people are victims ota BerJous malady before the symp toms are recognized Foleys Kidney Cure cofrects irregularities and streng thens tIdi builds up the kidneys and it shovel be taken at the first indica tion c kidney troubleas it is itnpossi- Lowh nave good health if the kidneys The anged Sold by A R Fisher moire r cli A GARFIELD- man f M Cine for week ending Feb i3- rie reinDieesIt Ira Bell had a sale Saturaay and will leave for Texas in a few days Mr and Mrs Frank Bell Lebanon are here with relatives for a few days Ed Barnes from Franklips Cross roods was a visitor here part of last leek Jonas End well and children Moldrangh aro visiting Mrs Virgil SmithMiss Belle Crist Long Grove is with her sister Mrs Elisha Simmons tor an indefinite stay Miss Lydia xuaoy who naB been visit ing her sister Mrs Paul Compton in Hardinsburg is home again Mrs Amanda Scott Earned visited Mrs A A Richardson Saturday and Sunday and attended church here Miss Pearl Beard who is teaching near here attended church here Sunday and was a guest of Miss Maoy Miss Mary Board who has been the guest of friends and relatives at Hard inpbnrg and Harned for two weeks is home again Rev J R Eldridge Louisville filled Roy E B Englishs appointment Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church hero It was his first visit hers but by his earnest zealousness for the cause he gained many frIends and we hope to have him in our midst agaIn The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing in this countrY most dawerous because so decep bottles live Many sudden deaths are caused b- yItheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance blood attack vital organs or kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald ng pain in passing it and overcomes that Iinpleasant necessity of being compelled to to often during the day and to get up many Jmes during night The mild and the Extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon Rallied It stands the highest its won casesTItyall druggists in fiftycent and onedollar a1zea You may ofItvery and a book that th- ekl4neypoisoned will the the the the the for sold nomeoreRatnaxootpi I snt free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co iinghamtpn N Y When writing mention gadlng this generous offer in this paper Vbnt make any mistake but ram nhnr till foe SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp YpY I w r xlLl d Under n Flys Wlnpr One of till Nuremberg toynmkeiM in closed III a cherry stout which was ox hlbltid nt the French Crystal palace a plan of Sevastopol a railway station mud the Mislnh of Klopstock In more remote Units an account Is given of an Ivory chariot citnstnieted by MeniHddes which wits HO small that a fly could cover It with his wing also a ship of the same material which could be lhidden under the wing of a tee Iliiiy too tells us that Homers Iliad with Its 15000 verses wa written In so small a spice as to be contained In a nutshell while Kllan mentions an artist who wrote a IIlieu in letters of gold which lie InMo iMl in the rind of a kernel of corn lint the Harleln manuscript mentions a gvatci curiosity than any of the above It he lug nothing more or less than the Hible written by one Peter Hales a chancery clerk In so small a book that It could be Inclosed In the shell of an English walnut Handle Work With Glove I hope said the woman who was ordering a pair of slippers made of flowered satin thnt you will tell your workman to wash his lhands before he begins to make these up Wash his hands repented the clerk Why madam he never will touch these with his bare hands Then the clerk explained that all workmen employed in making slippers of light colors worked with white gloves on Try to keep them clean he eon tinned I should soy they did They try so hard that they change their white gloves three times n tiny Whirli is not so fantastic as it may seem for if a shoemaker soils material of this kind the expense to him of replacing the material to say nothing of the loss of his time makes It worth his while to work In gloves and keep them clean at that New York Press The Smelt It is the opinion of the true gourmet that of nil marine pOll fish there Is none to compare with the smelt Osinerus uiordax This primary rank Is its own by reason of Its delicacy mud delicious flavor nUll when fried a light brown in very line breadcrumbs and served with melted butter there Is none that dls putes Its preeminence Its delightful flavor however as well as Its peculiar odor is evanescent Like the mackerel It cannot be too fresh It Is frown Its odor that the smelt derives not only Its familiar but Latin name an odor so aggressive of sliced cucumbers that If Its presence be manifested only to the souse of smell people are often deluded into such supposition This odor is mt marked except In the freshly caught llsh and disappears In the cooking giv lag place however to a fitting resur rection of the smelt to an olfactory sense still more savory mid delightful Over the TrniiNiun Two well known Portland pie men L J Carney and Thomas L King roomed together at the Preble House In that city One evening Mr Carney retired before Mr King mud the lilt ter on arriving rather late at the roost found the door locked the key on the Inside and Ills friend snoring loudly After repeatedly pounding on the door and awakening the other guests he suc ceeded In arousing his roommate Mr Carney jumped out of bed and after climbing on to a chair managed after considerable trouble to force ouch the transom Then he passel tin key out to KingI but sleepily said he was aw fully sorry for locking him out Put King felt more than satisfied as he roared at the ridiculous performance of bis half awake roommate Chicago In ter Ocean A CuriuuN Filet A man who hind determined to kill himself went down to the river to com mit suicide and when he began to write a hunt message to his wife he could think of nothing to say except that sonic butter which he hind ordered would be found at a certain grocery Ills message bears out a certain tact discovered by realiststhat In the su premo and soulI terrifying moments of life the most ridiculous nod trivial things often come uppermost In the mind Two inldrN to lliipiiliienc Here are a couple of guides to happi ness which some wise person has dis covered For a fit of passion take a walk In the open air You nay then speak to the wind without hurting any person or proclaiming yourself to be n simpleton For a fit of idleness count the tickings of n clock Do this for one hour and you will be glad to pull oft your coat and go to work like n man Greek Wornlilp of IlKhtnliiK The Greeks were so much afraid of lightning that they worshiped It They endeavored to avert Its malignant In fluence by hissing and whistling at t- In places which had suffered by It al tars were erected and oblations made to avert the anger of the gods utter which no one dared to touch or ap proach them Actinic Under Orders I should like to go to your party above all things Mrs Lapsllng was saying hilt the doctor says I must remain exclusive for a week more 1 am troubled with ti slight prevarica thou of the left lung Chicago Trlb une Poiterlty The contemporary mind may In rare cases be taken by storm but posterity never The tribunal of the present Is accessible to Influence that of the fu tore is incorrupt Gladstone rIO can JlI CCrI1hlltnt t 11111 fp L Il r lA TRULY IDEAL WIFE HER HUSBANDS BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of Power to Inspire and Encourage All Women Should Seek It One of the most noted successful and richest mon of this century in a recent article has said Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife From the day 1 first knew her she has been nn inspiration and the greatest help mate of my life ciAlrr Bej vie dlnstey i To be such a successful wife to re tain the love and admiration of her husband to inspire him to make the most of himself should be a womans studyIf finds that her energies arc flagging that she gets easily tired dark shadows appear under her eyes bearIngdownor the blues she should start at onto to build up her system by a tonic with specific powers such as Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife Dear Mrs I Pinkham I Ever since my child was born I have suf fered as I hope few women ever havewith in flammation female weakness bearingdown pains backache and wretched headaches It affected my stomach so I could not enjoy my meals and half my time was spent in bed Lydia E Pinkfiams Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I feel so grateful that I am glad to write and tell you of my marvelous recovery It brought me health new life nllll vitalityMrs Bessie Ainsley Oil South 10th Street Tacoma Wash What Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Ainsley it will do for every sick and ailing woman If you have symptoms you dont understand write to Mrs Pinkbain daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful TAR FORK Items for tweed ending Feb aJ Len Keenan o nt Ulplales moving to Jolly Station soon Ii C Taul McQundy made a busi ness trip to this vicinity last week Arthur Beard Hardinshurg was here on business ono night last week B H Wilson moved from near Me Quady to time farm of toe late B H BatesEli Tanl hits purchased the Geo Perkins farm from J B Bates Mc Qnady mid moved to II 1 van Bates went to Owensboro threo weeKS ago and accepted a position in T B Tindalls Drug Store A Mr Hiibbard of Cabbot will move to Norvin Chancellors farm and will blacksmith in T O Ryans shop A Habit to Be Encouraged The incthtr who has acquired the habit of keeping H bottle of Chamber laind Couifh Remedy saves hers if a great amount of uneasiness aud anxiety Coughs colds and croup to which children ore susceptible are quickly cured by Its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia and It given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear it will pievout the attack Tnis re medy contains nothing injurious and mothers give It to little ones with a feeling ot perfect security Sold thy Short K Haynes Makini n Splnul I see that our friend has taken n hand in politics I am not sure answered Senator Sorghum whether he has taken a hand in It of merely put his toot In it Washington Star Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar 0 Foley Co Chicano originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the tcenuineAsk foi Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the slime satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for chldron and delicate pe- rsonsSold by A R Fisher Talk anti Sleep Doctor Do you talk In your sleep PatieutNo I talk In other peoples Im a cierKvinan The ritualistic use of caudles in Chunlues was forbidden in England in 154t3 iggeruusl A publisher advertises Time Wives of Henry VIII Third thousand Surely there Is some exaggeration hero Punch CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drvpglsts CONSUMPTION S J cr JdZv 4 The Great Air Whale The native Inhabitants of the FIJI islands believe thunder to be the bel lowing of the great air whale a myth leal creature which according to their folklore stories Inhabits the opposite side of all thunder clouds It the rebel lation thunder cloud appeals unaccom paned by the ominous rumblings pe culiar to such phenomena they take it as n token that the Great Spirit I II pleased with their past doing If how ever on the other hand the detonations be frequent and violent they are sure that the god of the elements IIs dis pleased and Immediately engage themselves In nil sorts of ludicrous incanta tions for the purpose of righting unit ters Lightning Is to them the result of the air whale gnashing his teeth together and thus striking tire Another peculiarity of this primitive people lIsf- u the fact that they will not partake of food while a thunder cloud Is In sight fearing that the air whale will pounce upon and devour them for such Irreverence Siieeeh und Intellect A luau who has by disease or Injury lost the faculty of talking Is generally also unable to write nUll It Is only In exceptional cases Unit one of these functions persists while the other Is in abeyance Cases of this latter kind show however that there are really two separate centers for the two Inc ulties which are 1 lying very close to gather and therefore generally sniffer at the saute time If the disease af fecting them be still more extensive the faculty of Intelligent pantomime or gesticulation Is likewise abolished Persons who have entirely lost their lan guage may still be able to play chess backgammon ami whist and they have been observed to client at cards with some Ingenuity They nay nlso be sharp In business matters frets tend ing to show that speech and Intellect do not run In Identical grooves The Struggles of u Sculptor Augustin lUtdlii the French sculptor had a great struggle with poverty and adverse criticism In his youth Of an episode of this early period a writer says With that Inflexible will and singleness of purpose that never failed him throughout Jail career the young sculptor set himself to express in clay marble or bronze his conception of life and art lIe used his leisure In work lug at nighttime la a deserted stable he hail transformed into n studio at his wonderful mask of The ManI With the Broken Nose After eighteen months of hard and patient labor lie finished this minute and scut it to the salon It took the hanging committee fourteen years to discover any merit In the work for It was rejected In 1S04 and filially accepted only In ISiS Odd I pltiiilin A correspondent of the Chicago lice ordHerald Contributes a few odd epi taphs from cemeteries In various parts of this country The following Is found on a tombstone In a cemetery at Trenton N 7 Although the fart tU not stated In the Inscription It would appear that the subject was a scale maker or hind something to do with weighing machines HU ways were ways of pleasantness- In nil lifes fitful dream He struck a balance with the world And then he Ikicked the beam In the cemetery at Copps Hill Mass is found the following epitaph Sacred to the Memory of Hannah Beloved wife of Ud Garllck She supped her wind After dolmt u weeks baking I The Three HeuvleMt Men- The three heaviest men of whom any mention Is made lu history were Miles Dardeu of Tennessee Lewis Cornelius of Pennsylvania and Daniel Lambert of England Darden died in 1STT When In health he was seven feet six inches In height aud weighed over 1000 pounds There is no record of the date of the death of Cornelius which oc curred III Pike county Pa but the ac count says that lie was born in 17M When in his prime lie measured eight feet two Indies around the waist was six feet tall and weighed M3j pounds Daniel Lambert was an English freak of the early part of the century mid died In June 1809 lIe was of average height but weighed IM pounds Thin Indenture The phrase this Indenture which appears so often In legal papers Is of curious origin In the early days parch ment was used for legal documents be cause it was cheaper than paper The leaves were not cut evenly but scalloped with a knifeI becoming Indent ed Papers are now cut on straight lines but this Indenture still remains nonutj From Within There are faces so fund with expres sion so flushed and rippled by the play of thought that we can hardly find what the mere features reallj lure says Home Notes When the delicious beauty of llnemeiitH loses Its power It Is because a more delicious beauty hits ni- lIlomPllthllt an Interior and durable form has been disclosed Loves Interpretntlon Did you ever tell George that I was n 1 doveDid he say I did 1 Yes Theta he loves you nil right I told him you were a pouter Houston Post The Wimp Dont fool with a wasp because you think he looks weak and tired You will thud out hes all right In the cud No Contest 1PuBerythlngI Sj tN 17 Jt lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use Aycrs Pills Ayers Pillsi Ayers Pills Keep saying this over and over again The best laxative yowelMsi BUCKINGHAMS rim en or nuuuun edaP lUlL co NASIHU Jr a NINOtaNNNONN 1 111 10 +44 f Bank of Hardinsburg i 1OFFICERS t Surplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 B F BEARD PRESIDKNT M H BKARD PArr COMITON Assistant Cashier CashieriDIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson Dlt Beard 1 Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits 11110d111NONIONN11111111111111NNN01010NaN + iHFitsttB kHU IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden1- H H KKMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits sateaatws tesDalreeaeoans The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed u 1872 W H BUW IER President A B SKILLtiIAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt end careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS depositsIlr THE tiljji jji Fifth Avenue I HOTELa SJ Louisville Ky 1lj 1ljPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr u z z + FiguresOn I OnFarms r DYE 4 t r r t r The roost centrally located ard onlyy firstclass hotel In tbe city JnnktnK a A- fS00 rate f1 Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from this principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltVIEverything neat andldcani Z If you could sell your farm today for i100 na acre and buy it back tomorrow for f10 an acre You would do it If you can buy the 100 land for 10 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it 1 If you wish to Know more lout It wrlti for ropitsof our Texas anti ljwoks They are fm I lahomaII A HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis 6 iI n YOUR OPPORTUNITYAW- AITS YOU IN TH- EGREATSOUTHWEST n n Will you improve it That vast territory embraced iu the boundaries of Arkansas Indian 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the now addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 THOUGHTS MyI boys may go to ruin though the legalized saloon by your consent but your boys never will by my consent Frank C Cooper BOYCOTT Bah EiKcrmc lights Yes GKAND jury next week SATURDAY is pot day GIVE the young blood a chance WELL we have a commercialclub A CHUHOH is wanted at Tar Springs Goo bless the women of Clovovport DID you ever taste any cream ale BAD roads make rough roads in cold weather FOUH of our councilmen seemingly decline to answer COMMHUCIALI club met lust night Why dont you join 1 AitSKNGK makes the heart grow harder when it comes to local option LKT the people hoar from Judge Moorman on the county school systwnBH sure now and go to the massmeeting at Oelzes hall Thurs day night UAUDINSBUUO was the guest of an ExGovernor last week from all reports ONH thing in favor of Cloverport Its Mayor is not afraid of the oity council Fouu logged dogs are given more attention then two legged dogs in Clovorport SOMK interesting information will be forthcoming at the grand jury next week IK you have a news item please telephone it to the News We will appreciate it BK a moan a manly mean If you dont like the News tell the editor not his friends KutOTKio lights to light our Thanksgiving dinner Wont that make the turkey taste good LIOHTIXCJ Clovorport is evidently a paying business Wo hero of several prospective bidders WK have no blind tigers in Cloverport Our tigers are too busy to trouble themselves with blinds TIIK town of Mitchell has a chance now of another railroad Advice to Cloverport Beware of Mitchell Oun subscription list is increasing every week That shows the News gives a square deal to every man TIIK way to buy whiskey in Cloverport is to get in the pot The law wont bother you Dont be afraid You take out the stopper and it goes bizl bizll popll But thats just cream ale a progressive name for beer li whiskey makes n prosperous town Cloverport ought to be the most prosperous village on the face of the earth LKT the Mayor send for Folk maybe ho could draw witnesses out to the citys advantage Jimmie said he couldnt CiovKHioiiT is all right when it comes to handsome churches Site you to the Catholic Baptist Presbyterian and Methodist READ Glasscock Cos ad You may need a plow or fertilizer for your crops If you do Glasscock Co will treat you right WONDER if Hardinsburg organized commercial club They were going tohut that is about as far as Hardinsburg ever gets CHKXAULT is away up in the northeastern part of the county but the News has a correspondent there and a good bunch of subscribers WK offqi1 a bargain this week The News one year and the Farm Journal of Philadelphia five years both for L Now can you dodge that IuNo EVIDENCE is a petty plea when it comes to the enforcement of Cloverports local option law What good does it do to hive evi dence MARION W ATm lmOlT is a progressive man Ho has already cut the poles for our electric light wires Come on Marion you are all right AND the prophecy of some of our councilmen to the effect that we must have saloons to pay for electric lights didnt come true But maybe the town has been playing a getrichquick game QUESTION What merchant wants the trade that whiskey will bring to town 1 It is an insult to the good people surrounding Cloverport to oven mention that they will come to town because they can get whiskey here LET our farmers raise tomatoes a while instead of tobacco Wo believe there is more money in tomatoes than tobacco You farmers have a good market in the Polk Company here and tho tomato crop iis not n twelvemonth crop either EXMAYOU BAUUY said he was abused for eight years while in ollico We offer condolence Tho editor of the News has been in his office for thirty yearsand wo dare say wo have been abused twice that long An editor gets double time BE sure and read our great combination subscription offer of the Brcckenridgo News for a year and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1106 and all of 1907 1908 1909 and 1910 nearly five years both papers for the price of one Just walkup to the captains office and draw the greatest prize you ever drew THE city Council commanded the marshal to enforce the dog tax but when it comes to enforcing the ordinance against selling spirit ous vinos or malt liquors it is not any of their business It seems to us if they have power to enforce one ordinance they havo power to enforce all Why should there be any favoritism 1 JOTTINGS V V V V By the Kid II you dont like what the editor does lick him It never floes rain in Hardmsburg Thats a diy town Theres a lot of diamonds in the snow for the coal man A whole lot of people are written down as well as written up Aint it tunny that every body hates cold weather except tho coal man When John RooKfeller starts to bor ing for oil in Tobinsport they have awell you know Somebody don civered up my spring boards in do city bridge wid stntnb ling bocks Is mid too I see no use to have a ciuibic ial club lost do have banquets and give the boys something to eat We are getting four eggs a day now from our thirteen hens Ala is think ing of making a cake tor Washingtons birthdayWe out walking in the woods the other day and saw a sign that read like this No travelun throu hearMa says that do preachers dont often fool her Says she kin tell when hes preaching for the lasse3 as well as tno massesSaturday lspot day Understand If not stand on corner Maui and Elm streets next Saturday and use all y ur senses Youll learn I asked my ma if it was any harm ler a milliner to git married She said no not if the milliner could get a foreman to run things- I dont see no uso music teachers waiting till June to git married when dey already engaged ItJl savo yo pa a heap ocoal of if youll go on mid take the ring now I Aint no uso to say things what hurt u fellows feeling unless itll do somebody some good Then by jove crack lose fer the fellow haint no right to ilo what will hurt his feeling when hes told about it If you dont lack tho News stop it But dont go over and read your neighbors utter youve stopped it com ing to you You are not living up to a dead level with the ten commandments when you do that There is a calf at Bites Run with no eyes onlv holes where the eyes ought to be Wonder it any big towns like FrancisoChitiegiLoueyvillo or Clover port over nad any oolicemen in a fix like that Hites Run calf Make a note now to jget Elys Cream Balm if you nre troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensi tive membranes that line the air passages It is made to cure the disease not to fool the patient by a short de ceptive relief There is i o cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All Druggist sell it Price 50c Mailers by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York LOUIBURQ IJoscoo Keys is on the sick list Miss Corn and Esther Brown Rhodelia were the guests of Miss Ollie and Sallie B Avitt Satur day and Sunday Mrs John Brown Ekron visited at A 11 Hardins last week Eugene Norton went to Stephen sport Sunday Chas B Mays Webster was tho guest of Miss A Bell Grant SundayDr Henry Basham was hOle last week doing dental work SAMPLE A J Bennett is very low with con sumption Miss Willa Ahl closed her school last Friday with a handsome treat of oranges and candies Mrs Sallie Dowell Basham is expecting to make her home with Mrs StarIguest of her parents Saturday and Sunday accompanied by Miss Myrtle Elder Miss Nora Saunders who has been visiting Mr and Mrs James Arm strong returned house Monday Mrs Will Jolly was in Hardinsburg last week The two local amatuer opera corn panys are rehearsing regularly now and will have their productions ready in a few weeks iH NOTICE The City Council of the City of Cloverport Ky offers for sale to the highest and best bidder subject to the conditions set out in Ordinance passed by said Council on the 5th day of February 1906 a franchise to construct nmntain and operate an Electric Light Power and Heating Plant for a period of twenty 20 years in the City of Cloverport Scaled bids will be received by Jas G Harris Mayor up to Seven 7 Oclock P M Feb 19 1906 at which time the City Councilwill meet open andconsider each bid and either accept one of them or roject all The consideration offered must accompany each bid A deposit of one hundred dollars or a certified check for same amount payable to the City of Clovorpori will be required of the successful bidder to the effect that ho twill in good faith begin the construction of said plant on or before the first 1st day of May 1906 and will complete same on or be fore the first 1st day of November 1906 i By order of the City Council James G Harris Mayor Attest C W Patterson Clerk Glasscock Co Successors to C Bee- lerGLENDEANE KY Vulcan Plows Globe Fertilizers Oliver Chill Plows Paints Here it is Again IGlasscock Co are dealers in Fertilizers and Tobacco Grower and will sell at cash prices only Hero are their prices Can you better yourself If not go to them and close a contract for your coming crop fWe handle the best Fertilizer and it is made only by the Federal Chemical Co and sold onlyI through Globe Fertilizer Co of Louisville 2t t Specials 2 Boxes Brass Shoe Nails 5c1Roasted Coffee lOc per iRemember too we handle time best and only plow on the market and that is the Vulcan Chill Plow We also handle the Oliver Chill Plow Paints and Moral Boards the best that is made eve have ftTo are called the PlotvKinge of Glendeane because we have sold more plows here in the same time than any one ever did before Give us a call It wont cost you anything to get our prices Why not come and save money Money saved is money made Wo guarantee our prices to be lower than any others YWhy some one will ask Because we sell for cash and cash onlyr Our Prices on Fertilizer and Tear bacco Grower Per Ton Potash SpeciallAII Fine Goods 1825 Globe Grain Grower 2050 Big Four Tobacco Grower 2375 Ky Standard Tobacco Grower 2700 1 moneeIf you find you can save by buying of us write us and we will send you contract to fill out Remember We are always yours to plea- seGlasscock t Co GLENDEANE KY s R oJhoj ilhiil i r rj1j1 j1i j1i i j1i i j1t j1i i I C p 4 + r o Yz v a 4- Y t iS I THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWSfi f lR MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 IflOO u PATCT TWO rJ L 4- K I I I j81 t I r it tt twp t i i I r t r r i l p r h r j I i 1ii j 11- 1coun f i t 4- M i TE NEW WEST POINT d STRENUOUS LIFE 1itOVlDED FOR TUB YOUNG CADETS AND FUTURE OFFICERS t Urn Is to Make Men Qulck and Self ReliantExtensive Additions Being Made to InstitutionSocial Life a Feature The United States Military Academy nt West Point has Ions enjoyed an international reputation aspo finest training Institution In the world and this prestige will be considerably en hanced upon the completion of the large scheme of Improvements now under way and upon which Congress will expend more than seven million GUARD MOUNT AT WEST POINT dollars ere they are fully completed In the year 1912 Already the creation of the new West Point has progressed far enough to prove how bene undertakingWhileof Urle Sams unique institution on the batas of the Hudson River is of course to educate young men for positions as officers of the United States Army the superiority which has won for it worldwide fame is due to the marvelous efficiency of the mental and physi cal training without regard to the use putItgraduate perfect specimens of Ameri can manhood that the costly Improvements are being carried forward Nearly Trebles Present Capacity For one thing tho new buildings will provide accommodations for 1200 ca dets Instead of for 450 as at present and these new structures will also Include a new gymnasium riding hall academic building cadet headquarters etc as well as a handsome hotel lor The Cadets Become Ex port Polo- Players ami- Swordsmen numeroustrt visitors including many members the fair sex who come to the Point for the various social functions which are scattered through tho school year The new West Point will place some added comforts within reU of tho cadets in gray but it will result in no lessening of tho strenuous activity of their every day life The West Point er is roused at six oclock every morning after eight hours sleep Ho must be on tho jump from the moment he opens his eyes for only twenty minut es is allowed him to wash dress fold up ials bedding and set in order his room and its contents At 630 oclock the young men form in companies and march to the mess hall for breakfast Almost Immediately after breakfast begins a routine of study that includes such branches as mathematics draw ing modern languages geography chemistry geology etc Interspersed between the study and recitation hours are Intervals of drill and what in any other school would bo given over to recreation perIods are devoted to athletics in accordance with a definite programTo Make Physically Perfect The cadets at West Point go in for almost every known musclebuilding exercise Early In the morning they go through the wellknown setting up drill and time is also devoted par ticularly in summer to tennis golf polo hurdle riding baseball foot ball and swimming Tho gymnasium pursuits II lade boxing fencing single- stick jaerclse etc in yMltion to whiP atructlon and piuctico In dance oJ Ire compulsory during two years in tho tour year coarse Tho social side of life at West Point has unquestionably proven one of the greatest attractions of this unique eagerly tho country Ordinarily the West dallythohe can call his own On Saturday after noon however the lads are free from two oclock until C30 oclock the supper hour and on Wednesdays there is similar freedom from 4 oclock In the afternoon until G30 oclock At such times the famous Flirtation Walk where so many romances have had their beginning is a mccca for a con siderable portion of the young men On Saturday evenings from 830 to 1030 oclock there is dancing When They Camp Out In the eyes of most of the cadets the happiest portion of the year at West Point is the summer interval when the whole battalion goes Into camp in the wooded area on the north side of the Academy grounds remaining under canvas from June until September especicily tho Point is seen at its best verytruthmission gained by passing a very severe entrance examination but there are examinations scattered ell through the four year course and if a cadet falls to come up to the mark at any of these periodical tests he is al most certain to be dropped from tho rolls Indeed so severe is this weed ingout process that only about one half of the young mon who enter West 1oiat succeed In graduating A Democratic Institution One phase of conditions nt West Point which Is calculated to make every American proud of the institu tion is the splendid democracy which prevails Spccial privileges are un known at the Point The boy whose father is a multimillionaire wears the same grade of clothing sleeps In the same kind of a bed and cats food that is precisely on a par with that furnished to the cadet who started In life as a bootblack Each student at the Military Academy receives from Un cle Sam the sum of five hundred doll lays a year and out of this he must purchase all his necessities at the store If he spends more than the allowance such excess Is a debt which is duly charged against him and must be liquidated from his future pay He Broke up the Meeting A temperance lecturer speaking in Keene N H reminded his hearers of the story of Dives and Lazarus He pointed out how when Dives was in Hades he did not ask for beer or wine for whisky but for one drop of water Now my friends said the lecturer voicefrom 1 plied It shows us where you temperance people go to PALACE FIT FOR TITANIA MOST BEAUTIFUL PALACE IX ENGLAND RESIDEXCE OF AMERICAN WOMAN Is Now Looking for an Irish Castle Canada Wants a Locpl Premier Native American Might Hold Such a Position Tho Duchess of Roxburghe neo Goo let of New York after many fruitless attempts to find a suitable residence in Ireland has intrusted the matter to Lord Darrymore who married as his second wife the widow of Arthur Post of New York and thereby quite natu rally greatly improved his financial position That is one reason he is partial to American women and willing to do all in his power to assist them Few men know Ireland better than he docs At one time he was one of the test hated men In the country and diligent students of Irish history with DUCHESS OF ROXBURQUE I ta the last quarter of a century would say that it is a wonder he is still liv ing He is looking out for a house or the Duchess in picturesque Galway A fino mansion constructed of Irish granite and situated between Tuam and Claremorris on tho Midland and Great Western Railway has been in spected in this connection It is known as Grove Castle and was erected about forty years ago by an eccentric bachelor millionaire named Cannon Tho estate attached to tho house Is of little value but tho house and grounds are beautiful There is plenty of fishing and shooting in the neighborhood and in the hunting season it attracts many aristocratic folk Floors Castle is the English resi dence of the Roxburghes It stands on a terrace overlooking extensive mead ow lands spreading down to the Tweed at Its Junction with the Tevlot It is like a veritable fairyland of cupolas and minarets of turrets and embras ured parapets Tho castle was built in 1718 by Sir John Vanbrugh In the conception of some happy moment Sit Walter Scott described t mansion of Floors as a kingdom for Oberon and Titania to dwell In whoso majesty and beauty impresses tho mind with a sense of awo mingled with pleasure Vanbrugh might well bo dubbed the architect to first dukes from his close association with Blenheim for tho first Duke of Marlborough Klmbolton for the first Duke of Manchester and now Floors for the first Duke of Rox burgbo who had Just received this further title The third duke was so en grossed with tho lifelong task of get ting together his priceless collection DANCING IS CONSIDERED A NECESSARY ADJUNCT TO TJTK POINT of old English literature that ho had dyIngtant kinsman who succeeded died also without a son r id the title for a while was dormant pending a dispute between three claimants Until this time tho family surname had been Ker alone being the ancient family of tho Kers of Cessford it now became Innes Ker as it remains for the settlement of this threecornered dispute awarded the title to Sir James lanes as heir by right of a maternal ancestress It is a very pretty little bit of character istic history that Duncan Forbes tho historian records in reference to this succession of James Innes as fifth duko that his pedlgreo of thirty do scents proceeds regularly from 1153 and that In all their long line the inheritance never went to a woman that none of them ever married an ill wife and that no one ever suffered for their debtsAmericans returning from Europe complain that invitations to the Italian court under tho present king Victor Emmanuel are a good deal more dIm cult to obtain and are more sparingly distributed than was tho case when Humbert occupied the throne of united Italy in the Qulrlnal at Rome The TIlE nowadaystostanding of those of their countrymen who are admitted into tho presence of impossibility the social standing of every American doIngRomogo and call on the king In the Dominion of Canada there is latelyfavorIng GovernorGeneralruled by some member of the nobility pent out from England by the Crown It is possible therefore if the Crown looks with favor on tho petitions that some day a man born in tho United States may becomo GovernorGeneral of Canada There is nothing but the sentiment of the people to prevent this There Is no nativeborn clause as Is thoUnItedI Isjustunder the British flag 41 Disguised ns n Tramp That a man moving amongst the respectable classes should disguise himself as a beggar and go in search of adventure Is not a now Idea A young experImentshowever when masquerading as a tramp by visiting amongst others somo of his friends He had a splendid opportunity of testing their benevolence for none of them recognized him with his seedy garments and general air of wretch ednessHIs pilgrimage lasted five days and during that period ho started In an appropriate state of pennllessness he begged or earned Just about sufficient to live In a rough fashion Ho received innumerable insults acquaIntances a stranger Even when he entered a shop or lodging houso with money to pay for his needs his ragged garments contemptuoustreatment lesson on tho Importance of clothes Indeed his cynical conclusion is that a man who seeks charity should before all things bo well dressed A Happy Family A socalled happy family P T Bar num used to exhibit consisted of a lion a tiger a bear a wolf and a lamb allI penned together in one cage Remarkable 1 la visitor said to Mr Barnum remarkable impressive instructive I And how long have these animals dwelt to gether in this way Seven months Barnum answered but the lamb has occasionally to be renewed VAST PETIRFIED FORESTS ANCIENT VOLCAXIC UPHEAVALS- IX ARLZOXA DISCLOSE HUGS STOYS LOGS VarlHucd Adamantine Forms tyll lions of Years OldPreserved by the Government Against Spolia tion ftatural wonders Once they were a forest of stately pluus grown to u height far beyond todayAgesplaiuable act of nature they were up rooted prostrated to the ground probably burled beneath the earth by volcaiiiu ashes and till snows of many winters Koxt cauio the waters of Hoods leaving over the prone giants an inland sea and ull truces of the green forest were swept away Vast periods of time passed thu seas van lJlghInthe interior of the earth swept upward the debris among which wore FollowIngthIslower levels gnawing the masses and endeavoring to eat Into the very cell structure of the lugs Erosion was at work and after centuries through the probable action of acids and alkalies the logs of the ancient forest are revealed to human eyes Preserved For Future Ages This is the history of the wonderful petrified forest of Arizona which Congress at its last session set aside as a Government reserve There are In all about 5000 acres of land in this reserveland valueless for commercial or agricultural pursuits but the hand of nature has created of this vast expanse a garden of monuments to the vegetation of long ago forming an attraction for people from all parts of the world Trunks of trees some a hundred feet long and huge logs He in a con fusion in the same position as when nature In the resurrection of the an explosiondueers In every direction are to be seen pieces of petrllled wood some only as large as a toy marble others in blocks and logs from eight to ten feet in diameter others are burled partly beneath the shale and occa sionally there projects from the side near the top of the mesa the end of a uge log These mesas are in themselves wonderful structures They are com posed of shale clay and sandstone of many colors and the ravages of storm curl wind have eroded their sides so that here and there they stand out like the playthings of a ponderIng given of the countless number of years that have rolled by since this erosive process commenced While there are to be found varI- ous localities in Arizona New Mexico and Utah where petrified wood oc curs in regIonof Arizona Is most notable and Is properly classed among the natural wonders of America In the first thanthostone National Park and of certain thedlfferencogeologistspetrifledformslndInthisnodblocks stone The mineral wood Is converted into shalcedony opals and agates and IIpproachtho bythemlent quality of emery Among tho color seen are every conceivable shade of black red white PETRIFIED SENTINEL OF THE uTESA yellow blue purple and lavender and each piece has every natural appear once of wood though all are as bard as steel Here and there sections show signs of decay arrested by tho peculiar progress which converted the wood Into mineral The traveler sees small chips upon the ground and on picking them up finds them ns heavy as so much lead and as dense as Clint The Government while allow ing visitors to carry off little pieces of this character prohibits the removal of any large blocks Huge Stone Lot BridgeW But after all the climax of all 1Ibis scenic beauty Is the Natural Bridge consisting of a great petrified trunk lying across a canyon M feet deep and forming a natural footbridge on which men may easily cross At tho point where the bridge crosses the canyon is about 30 feet wide but the trunk lies diagonally and measures 44 feet between the points at which It rests on the sides of the canyon The total length of the tree exposed Is 111 feet and measures where It crosses the center of the canyon 10 feet In circumference- In the past few years the log baa begun to show signs of yielding to that peculiar inclination of all petri fled trees to crack up into immense pieces In fact In several places traverse cracks have already appeared The Government In order to preserve NATURAL WONDERS OF THE SOUTHWEST this natural curiosity has caused two stone abutments to bo erected beneath It making of It a bridge oC preservlugttI GOLD V CHFREF fWAND RING Gold Witch aD- dOLUIIUIA J toGU Ell An American Monro Pond Ooldriated caw k cep correct tlntet rqua to Solid Gold Watch 55 i alw a told IILr BpetUen Gem any one for tiling c ofeittet it 10o nU CM ndtddrtMforJcwtlif when fOldnet i yaoaleNOVELTY CO i LIIUSOIWoHaH ntwttcn wltA I toIwarranted lor rilled IHnC M- tt inn frnm toy tMld tm a 1 i 1 J I iI I i i I Ji ofrdd4 tlls 4- l A i V i 6 tie Breckenridge News DNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1000 N OLD ADAGE AYS A light purse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the scat of nine tenths of all dis- easenits Pills go to the root of the whole matter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No ubstitutei ItfF Fraiza was in Hardlnsburrg Fri Day Jatn4r411w Tar ForK was here P a b tt w forTI for bII wel J Hardinbnrg was here S that v jrt a thrifty Epwcrth League 11 lint bena Ryan Tobinsport was I pturday Catkins was here last week J boro Sc BO u Hardin came down from I m ednesday Sbel England T binsport yfjjl was nereJJUst Wednesday Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank ere in Louisville last week Taos Willis Tell Citv was here rlday enroute to Stephensport R G Haynes Union Star was here ednesday cnroato to Tell City Miss Elizabeth Babbage Louisv file sited the Misses Pate last week johr Hobin purchased a fine cow om J E Keith last weak for 10 MM J H Stites arrived Friday rom Louisville to spend the day Ludloe Atkissou a guard at the 33dyville prison was here Saturday I Mr and Mrs Jno liuin and dan ihttr Jennette were in Lonisivlle last week j Mrs Jas England Tobmaport went to Hawesville last Wednesday to Hsitfrgil Fontaine arrived from Louis Friday to visit Mrs James Skill ltlUe man4d Morrison has returned from iisvillo where he has been the guest relatives aymond Pato has returned from nlsville where he has been attending slather Miss Elizabeth Tucker Bloomfield 1 is expected here soon to visit iss Ella Smith Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts mulsion We do not need to give all je reasons why Scotts mulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy asitoScotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their II teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts emulsion It is a true blood foodand is naturally aflapted to the cure of the bloc sickness from which so any young women ruffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Be sure the thU picture In ifi e form of a labella on the rapper of every bottle el nut ea you buy COTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York Mts Richard Whitehouse came down from West Point Saturday night Mrs Julius tiippel and daughter arrived from Loulsvilh Wednesday Misses Rosa Agnew and Verlie Wendelken spent Sunday in Hawes villeFather UrownslValleyBrey last week Miss Judith Miller left for Evanston 111 last Tuesday to visit her slater Mrs F DdHuy H V Duncan was in Brandenburg last week the guest of Mr and Mrs D M Dancan Miss Monnie Polo returned to ROCK port Thursday after a visit to Riley Polk at Tobinsport Mr and Mrr WicKliffe DeHaven and Miss Mayme DeHaven will toe turn home about Feb 12 Wanted old ragsMnst be clean and in large pieces No scraps or dirty rage received 5o Ib Newa office Mr and Mrs Lather Robinson re turned to Evansville Thursday after a visit here to Mr T H Robinson Mr and Mrs John Mattingly return ed to Raymond Thursday after a visit to their daugnter Mrs Stevo Wil sonMr and Mrs John Bartles returned from Skillman Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Frank Earths a week Miss Maud Sanders returned to Daviess county Saturday after a visit to Monroe Marlow near town Mr nnd Mrs Leo Elder of near town went to Tell City Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Felix Beavin Mra Nannie J Wathen of Irving ton representing the Rook Island Land Lot Co was here Thursday Mrs Harry Conover was the guest of Mr and Mrs James Younger Thurs day enrouhi to her home in Clncin natl T H Chancellor Tar Fork was in town Saturday Mr Chancellor Is a merchant and is doing a thriving hnsi nessMr and Mrs C T McCInnahan and their two pretty baby daughters went to Henderson Saturday to visit I his parents John F Beavin was in town Satur day and called at the N AWS once Mr Beavin nas been a subscriber to the News for ten years and is a good farmer Mrs Jno Neubaner and sons went to Owensboro Friday to visit Mr Neubauer who is engineer on the Henderson Routes switch engine at that place Rev and Mrs1 T Lewis attended the Crawford Eaglish wedding at Stephensport Thursday Rev Lewis assisted RevE B English in the cere mony Mrs R B Pierce and son Wallace were in Hardlnsbuig last week Mis Pierce was the gnest of Miss Tula Daniel and Mr Pierce the guest of Arthur Scott Mrs Rueben Marlow and daughter of Tell City who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D L Bowlds went toStephensport Friday accompanied bv her mother to visit relatives MM Fred May Sr of the West Side beats the record as far as we know for raising chickens thus year Here in midwinter she has a ben with a brood of fine little chicks and one or two more hens setting Can any body beat this It sot let us know Mrs Henry Pate went to Louisville Friday to return Saturday with ker husband Mr Henry Pate who has been confined in an infirmary there on account of illness Mr Pate is much better The News hopes to see him entirely well at an early date Wallace Weatherholt was over from Tobinsport Saturday Wallace is a bright industrious young man and has a good school near Tobinsport which he is teaching Mr Weather holt is the oldest son of Mr Wood Weatherholt the hustling ferryman T F Harper West View was here Wednesday enronte to Owensboro to make a visit Mr Harper says the people at Went View have great faith in Prof J W Hughes who is making ready to establish a large industrial school at that place Prof Hughes will build fitteen cottages for the nse of his relatives besides tne school build- Ing An announcement has beep made of the engagement of Ethel P Mnglll of Kansas City who visited Mrs John Allen Murray here last summer to Eugene P LvdeJr of New York City The wedding will take place next fall Mr Lyde IN a literary man and wrote The Missnoran If Miss Mogill is eighteen years of age and ono of the prettiest girls that over visited in Cloverpoit The bride end groom will make their home in New York but will be in Europe tor some months after their marriage where Mr Lydo will gather material for an other book Miss Magill is the dan gnter of Mr and Mrs H A Magill of Kansas City 1 11f If you have fifty to live hundred dollars thatfrf l you would like to increase three hundred per cent in live years with absolute safety p Call on or write me i tY L Be MOREWEN MeDe M IRVINGTON KY M um f rn z Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and beats the diseased membrane It curt catarrh and drivel away a cold In the head gnlckly Cream Balm li placed into the nostril spreads over the membrane and U absorbed Relief Ii Immediate and scare follows It is not drjlng doe not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug ElIte or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY DROTUERS 66 Warren Street New York Mrs Ettie Newbury is improving very slowly at this writinc The Ladies Bible club met With Mrs A Ross yesterday afternoon The Ladies Reading Club met with Miss Elizabeth Jnrboe last Thursday J O Chapin Irvingtou is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Hall Mrs R 15 Moorman entertained at 142 Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs S S WatkIns nines Skillman was here front Owenshoro Monday Mrs Williams SO years of age died at Hawesville Sunday uight The funer al services were held Tuesday at 1 0 a in by Father Celestiue Breyof this city Mrs Williams was a member of the Catholic church at Hawesville M E church services were held in the Methodist church Sunday The church presents a beautiful appearance since the repair work is complete ed Credit is due to H A Oelze for superintending tho work Rev Curne made the churon services doubly de lighftnl by preaching two good ser mons No ureaching was held at the Baptist church Services wore held in the Presbyterian church at night Father Brey conducted in his usual tine manner the services at St Rose Catholic church READ THIS Louisville Ky7 June ta 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Me Dear sir I am 08 years of ago and have suffered 25 years from kidney a jd bladder trouble and since using lees than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Disovery I have pass ed twenty five gravel I feel that 1 am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend yon publicYours truly H C TbomsiN 520 Third ave A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Toxa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom tails to perfecta cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by all druggists r a YourWants WantsSupplied of are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our lino with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right Wo respectfully solicit your patronage TIC LEWIS SON IIARDINSBURG KY r r a y DRRPKEENE I TAYLOR KEENEmm I IIIDENTISTS ItOF OWENSBORO1 m Iimt fJDate will be announced later m1 r+ J WantS 11I I iii 1 + Advertisements inserted under tills head at one cent a word per week FOR SALEIS vapor bath outfit for S3 J i llabbaRC Ir- To HKNTKoom either furnished or not service lrsJ U IliilibuKC JANTEDBright honest young man from Clovorport to prepare for paying position In Government Mull Service JIox One Cedar Huplds la WANTED WA TEnEorybodY to advert e their youtlmoFO1tSALFOno new Eastman plate Cant lluturt3H44 leather case and ono plato holder Catmra hits latest I Imjiroveiniiits and Is ono of Kustnmns best free 1750 Jno D HablmRC FOR SAIKOne Short Horn Hull Dark I solid color 214 years old weight 1000 pounds Clius Iteldel Molt Ky 1 rylug1rlce 8I2 Apply at News olllco To EXCIIANGESIOO dish Kuglstur forI horse Apply at News olllce FOIL SALEPuvpral much cows T Holt Ky s TANTKDTo trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on JnoI D Hiibbage Clo veriwrt Ky FOR SALE- PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new fwd secondhand Oas and Gasoline Engines MAKTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky Iron SALETUITION CERTIFICATE COKSALETuItlon Certificate In Bryant LoulsvllleForcnrlufto News Cloverport Ky SALEA good harm 701 acres well Improved 112 running springy year round Situated on Falls of Hough road two miles from Gl ndfiine 100 acres bottom land Will sell at a bargain on easy terms II A Whit tlnghill Glemleane Ky J H PERRYRepairs Watches Jewelry and Clocks Callon him at- Glendeanc Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to the south west Jan 2 and 16th Feb 0 and 20th 1006- Special one way Collonist ratesto 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 15 to Oct 31 1000 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 46 Dally Past Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Kxprcss leaves Clo verport 953 AM stops at all way stations arrives Loulsvtllo 123o p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p Woo stops at all way staitons east of Olovcrport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m aqcommodation Tin ordinance of baptistlsm of tho lI- E chmch was administered by Rev B M Cnrrie Sunday morning at Sun day school to James Clifton Fort son of Mr nnd Mrs A L Fort Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison and httla son went to Louisville Sunday afternoon WI W VWA r 4MEET ME AT NOLTES VALENTINES The Right Kind Attractive clever uptodate things that are sure to please Carefully selected L Latest hits in the highgrade humorous sort Penny Comics including Donts Sharp Darts Portraits Trades and Miscellaneous Lace Valentines popular as ever especially with children Anew unproved and enlarged line Buster Brown Comicsnew entirely jBox Novelties better and prettier than over Merry Mischief Makers jValentine Post Curds The biggest line we ever had Enough to supply everybody J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky yN 1 i Cadick GRAND Flourpstsrvrrrrrrrrrt 4 4Ecarefully safeguard i I of our f Tj rTjcustomers Moreover we frequently do it un t known to them as oppor tII tunities often come to us in MM I confidentie1 ways ft- W K- ft LET US HAVE I YOUR BUSINESS ftr t r kyiI carefulattention Highest jj- I il ililrateI of interest paid on time n- ii deposits XXlSUHlWI MIA I X S T 1 LOSS IJV riKK AND BURGLARY roxsKit VATIVK 11OAIJ1 01 lli fti nftii fIl 11 Bank of Cloverport 1 j1 jjj1jjIi r WEST BOUND No 47 Dally CloerllOrt accommodation leaves Cloverport 800 a m arrives Evans 1110000 alO eXIJressloavesIlawesvlllc Lowlsport Macro Owensboro Stanley ppottsvllle Hendursou and Ev ansvlllu arrlvfj St Louls7SOp m Train No 43 Mull and hxpruss dully ar rlvus Clovurport 730 p m Evansville 1030 p ui Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis rust train leavesClo verport 1100 P M arrives Evansvlllol35 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawetvlllu Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleupln cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville aid St Louis Fordsille Branch I EAST HOUND Train No 2 nay except snday leaves Iords vlllu 430 B rivus Irvington 840 u tu Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Joordsvl1lo 320 p m arrives Irvln ton 520 p ru Train No 6 Sunday only Pordsvlllo630 a m Irvington 003 u m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 a moo urlvus 1ordsvllle S45 pm Train No 5 Drlly leaves Irvlgnton 050 p m arrives Kordsvllle U 5n m CloverportsIfor several days m OF EVERYTHING the good and the badSome times its hard to draw the line but not with CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR which is decidedly good in fact there is no flour that is superior to it and it s doubtful if there is any equal to it If you wish a flour that you eta depend upon a flour that is WMt whole some nutritious try Cadicks Gold Our srt trrrr rrrr- 0No1 Waiting Here i 5 J Just tell us how much r lumber you need We c r have all kinds of J Framing material r and choice Poplar and I Walnut is ready for i you J Thats the thing un able to get so quick lit before jj t Let us have your6 f t order today j Your House Barn or Stable may need re o pairsSIIJ S REMEMBER USSI Seaton Weatherholt i Ita Cloverport Ky RiAAQAtAcAAfAAit +eAARAAAaW O ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern convoniencics Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything out 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 U2 Vest Harrison Street Chicago ID Mrs Ed Oglesby was sick last weekWave Rolf Oweusboro was the guest of Miss Amy Pate Sunday Miss Cleona Weatherholt went to Louisville Monday for a few days Walter Graham went to Furdsville Thursday Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Raifbottles Endued with every bottle fe a Ten Cent package of Groves hack Root Liver MBc J d 3 i- 00000 I 1 t ask T t F 4 r4 4rf k l F tt t t 11- G 1- I 1- r 1a 1r jj G t t vsk t rt t df If Ir RETURN OF SPEAKER KIEFER WAS CZAR OF THE IIOUSE WIIEX PRbSEXT SPEAKER JOE CASSOU WAS UBMHS Is One of the Three National Speakers Who Have Been Returned to Congress After a Long Laspc of YearsThe return of General J Warren Klefer to Congress after an absence of 22 years Is of morn than passing Interest for the rcnsoa that lie was Speaker of the House vhlch was or ganized lu 1SS1 It was a famous Congress null Klofers pathway was not one of roses lIe became Invol ved In a controversy with IL V Boynton then dean of the Washing ton correspondents and the bitter at tucks of Royston had much to do with Klofers retirement from public life although ho was but 48 when he finished his fourth term In the House Since then he has not been Idle but has been prominent In civil and mil tary life He returns to Congress as did Nathaniel P Banks and Galusba A Grow They had been Speakers WARREN KIEFEU AT 48 AND AT 70 I many years before and their return was notable Each like Kelfer live for years without prominence In pol tics but both were older when tlllY came back General Klefer Is 110W OS but remarkably hale ruin heart lIe was always a conspicuous mnn and Is the more so now because of his white hair and beard which wero tawny brown In the days of his epeakershlp He clings to the garb of the old time statesman and wears at nil times an old fashioned swallow tailed coat cut much like the dro coats of today General Klefi served four terms In Congress coning to Washington first for the specli session of 1877 Ho was chose Speaker of the 17th Congress Do nth 1881 serving but the one tern Last year he was nominated tor Congress and had no very hard time In getting the honor The district 1 Is strongly republican and his majority was the largest ever givluii any Gaud dateGeneral Klefer has n great war record As a fighter and leader he had few equals In the Union arms lIe was practicing law when the fIrst alarm of war was sounded In ISO and he at once volunteered as a prlv ate Before going to the front he was commissioned major and was pre moted very rapidly rearing In 1805 as brevet majorgeneral and as a brigs dler In active service At the battl of the wilderness In ISO ho was severely wounded but would not give up Ho stayed at Jt until Lip surrendered A born soldier he coup not resist the cull to arms when tlw war with Spain came on and wa made n iniijorgimral of volunteers lIe commanded a brigade under Sher- Idan In the Virginia battles that letup to Appomattox At the battle of Sailors Creek General Klefer had nn experience out of the ordinary Going alone at dusk to observe tin lines of tho enemy ho found hlmsel suddenly surrounded by a large bodj of confederates They could not dls tlngulsh his Federal uniform in the dark and he was equal to the occas- Ion Whtw ling his horse about lit cried out In tones of command Attention men right about face march Thinking It was one of their own officers the confederates followed him Into the Union camp whero to their disgust they found themselves prison ers He returns to congress vigorous Rile eager for active participation In tin councils of the nation As an ex Speaker he lugs boon given u chairman ship and was also allowed the Iprivilege of choosing his old seat without going Into tho lottery scramble Speaker Cannon was In Congress during gen eral Klefers term as Speaker and they were warm friends General Klefer represents one of the best districts in Olil containing big man ufacturlng establishments lie has found few of his old colleagues In the House Many are dead and many more long ago retired to private life Cannon and lllngham Hltt rnd Payne also Ketclmm of New York are about nil who aro now In the House who wero with Klefcr In tic stirring days of his speakershlp Vary Trying A man who usually grumbled at everything and on every occasion was attacked by rheumatism Ho wa carefully nursed by his wife who was very devoted to him In spite of his faultfinding disposition Sometime tho sight of his suffering caused he to burst into tears as sho sat at hit bedsideOne day friend of the Invalid cam In and asked him sympathetically how ho was getting on Badly badly ho exclaimed am its all my wifes fault Yes The doctor told me that dame places were bad for me and there my wife sits and cries just to make tit air Iin the room moist Tho highest mountain in Africa isi In Uganda On this mountain ther e arc one hundred square miles of snoW an Ice directly under the equator Atf 1XURAXCB LEGISLATION I Congressmen Will Talk But Wont Pass bill Legislative experts at Washington do not look for the passage of an insur anco law during this session of Con grcss Statesmen of all sorts and conditions will talk much about It Thoro will bo a groat deal of discussion on the floors of both houses Senators and Representatives alike will vlo with each other In denunciation of tho meth ods of the insurance magnates as ex posed in the legislative Investigation which occurred In New York Already divers and sundry lawmakers at both ends of the Capitol have submitted re marks that have stirred their constit uents to increased admiration of tllI eloquence and alertness of the men whom they have had the wisdom and foresight to send to Congress But in tho end nothing will be done that is nothing except a heap of talk No Constitutional Provision Tho reason of this Is that the Judi ciary Committees both of the Senate and House thus early have about concluded that the Constitution of tho United States does not provide for the kind of legislation which is rocom J mended in the Presidents message j J n and Is being advocated by Senator Dryden of New Jersey president of cno of tho big life insurance companies as well as by other financial magnatei who like Senator Dryden aro directly interested In insurance and are pro Burned therefore to know better titan anybody else what tho exigencies 01 tho situation demand Senator Drydon who studied law Ir Yale but who has not practiced much In the courts is of tho opinion that there is nothing In tho Constitution either expressed or implied which Con gross should regard as an Inhibition hi this matter But other members of the Senate who have practiced law for years declare that In this tho New Jer sey statesman is in error It is as sumed that generally speaking the picked lawyers of both branches of Congress compose the Committee 01 Judiciary in each house and it can be positively stated that as the cano now stands tho majority of the mombers of both committees aro opposed tothe general proposition It is of course possible that a bill may bo framed bringing tho subject within the united powers of tho Con stltutlon but none of the measures thus far presented meets tho objections of most of the exports in Congress who have been consulted on the matter Thero Is a considerable element In the I Houso insisting that tho great Chlo Justice Marshall blazed tho way for just such an emergency as this in his famous decision defining In effect Inter state commerce as Intercourse between States to say nothing of tho applica bility to this case of another allem bracing decision of hlr concerning the implied powers of the Constitution Not Satisfactory to Lawyer But broad as those doctrines arc they obviously arc not satisfactory tj tho majority of the lawyers who are members of tho two committees on the JudiciaryAs tho Senate has gono more directly at tho subject titan has the House At tho opening of tho session Senator Culberson of Texas introduced a resolution calling upon Congress to investigate the matter thoroughly with the vlow of determining tho dis puted point as to tho authority of the lawmaking body to deal with the sub- Ject as recommended by President Roosevelt This resolution was re ferret to tho Judiciary Committee Two or three days before Con gress adjourned for tho holiday re cess the Senate committee briefly con sidered the proposition presented by Mr Culberson and referred his resolu tion to a subcommittee with instruc tions to report in cxtonso as soon as practicable after the holiday recess Tho members of this subcommittee Messrs Clark Spooner Knox Bacon and Culberson are of opinion that there is no warrant in the Constitution for Congress to assert over insurance the power which tho President Senator Dryden and apparently all of the In surance magnates appear to think is inherent in tho legislative department Meanwhile n great deal of wirepull Ing is going on in favor of tho general proposition It cannot be asserted that any ono of the numerous bills thus far presented has the approval either DryIden thoughlt presumed uro embodying their exact views wit bo submitted within tho next few weeks It is known that so anxious an the insurance people for sonic form of legislation taking away from th States the supervision of insurance companies that they aro prepared to spend unlimited money In tho work of education but thus far they have not been able to mako much headway Llko all campaigns of education to which Washington has become accus tomed It is expected that the usua amount of speculation as to tho out come will bo indulged but this will not effect the Judgment or tho conduct of those members of Congress who hav the final decision of the question through their Influence with tho Judiciary Committees States Insist on Rights A factor of no inconsiderable weIght in tho matter is the insistence of nearly all the State governments upon their rights in the premises and as Congress does not seem to care to lend further aid at this juncture to tho centraliza ton movement which Is rapidly becom ing an acute Issue in State politics it is regarded as altogether likely that the Federalization of insurance will at least be held in abeyance for some time yet e Aerial Mail Box cIU1Eenhigh hill some little distance off tho main road The hill Is of loose gravel and at Its foot is a small crook Innocent looking and easily forded in ordinary weather but swelling rapidly vitli heavy ruins The rural carrier vhose route extended to Mr Taggarts sulonce found the frequent high wa kr and the rough hilly road such n source nf delay and inconvenience that the Department ordered the route hanged and Mr Taffgart was directed tn place his box on the main road Mr Tllg art protested declaring that ho would not walk that distance Then tis Inventive brain conceived tho trolI cy or aerial mall box At a convenient orner of his porch he placed a wind sss with a small steel cable extending down to the boxpost on the main road around a deeplygroovtd wheel on tho post and back to the porch As shown the box Is connected In this table forming the link for the Ibroken ends The box Is fitted with top wheels which run on a fixed cable stretched tight from the porch to the lost When the mall carrier reaches the oxp03t which Is visible from the lorcli he puts in the mall and raises 81 signal Some one at the house takes the handle of the windlass and turns It rapidly and the box with Its burden of mall comes sailing up the wire the uill is then removed and the box BOX Coasts back to ltd post The distance of one hundred yards is covered lu about ten seconds which is as fast as a good sprinter can cover the distance Multiplying gears In tho windlass increase the speed So far as Is known Mr Taggart Is the first to apply this idea to a rural mullbox Would Spoil Ills Pleasure A certain Irishwoman on her death lied called her husband to her side Pat ricksite said Ive a last rayquist to make of yc I couldnt rayfuse ye anything Mary darlint responded the sorrowing husband Patrick said Mary solemnly I want yc shud lave mother ride in the carriage beside ye to me funcril Tis too much ycre askin of me MarylI cried Pat springing to his feet in desperation Mary however was determined on this point and Pat finally yielded to her last rayquist Ill lave her ride be me side he promised weep ing bitterly but mark ye Mary dar lint twill shpoil the day for me entoire ly that it will 1 Tho English authorities aro so relentless toward tho adulteration of food and drugs that recently a soda water manufacturer was fined for put ting too small a proportion of carbon ate of soda in the water CHARACTER OF AAROX BURR Defender ot Ills Fame Was Wllllni but Didnt Know Tricks of Oratory Tho first secret society with which I was over affiliated was called the Omega which was twothirds liter ary and onethird social said an old college man who has since won dia tlnctlon as a national orator and cam palgn speaker In our rival society the Alpha Rho this order of things was reversed and wo prided ourselves greatly on tho fact that our feast of reason outranked tho flow of soul Ours was a good deal of a debating society and though I early gained somo reputation as a speaker I was either too bashful or too ignorant toI take part in any of tho debates lOne of my intimate chuma was named Grant who excelled In that line and although much younger than tho average member never hesitated to cross swords with the older ones and was not Infrequently tho victor Ho was very anxious that I should learn to debate and frequently urged me to at least make a commencement arguing that after I had gotten over my embarrassment I would enjoy tho fun and excitement Tho subject of debate ono evening was to be Was tho Influence of Aaron Burr upon the time in which he lived good or bad 1 Grant knew that I was quite an admirer of Burr I had read quite extensively about him both in history and fiction and said to mo that this would be an excellent opportunity for me to make my do butGrant himself was to answer one ot the oldest and best debaters and I could answer tho one who followed him He coached mo very thoroughly told me to listen carefully to what tho opponents urged against Burr to clto my proofs showing ho was neither a drunkard nor a libertine us they would assert and then show heat a debt Washington and the country owed him for his military sklh and ability during tho Revolution Ho said I must not allow myself to become flurried or excited that I could occasion ally refer to my notes and in fact talk and act just as if I were simply argu ing with ono or two of my school matesDuring tho day I thought much of tho Important part I was to play in tho coming drama and thero seemed to me no reason why I should not scoro a complete success But as tho hour of the meeting drew nearer tho success seemed to grow moro problematical and by tho tlmo the debate opened my thoughts wero completely topsyturvy and I could hardly remember whether Burr was an Italian or a Chinaman Tho man who opened the debato showed plainly that my hero was everything that was vile and wicked and should have been tried and is a traitor and I found convictedI luring how Grant could possibly answer all these terrible charges But his defenso was splendid Ho spoko InIi TIlE INGENIOUS MAIL his usual fiery manner and all my lor mer admiration for Burr returned and I became eager to help defend him The debater who I was to answer was a slow earnest speaking fellow not very bright but accustomed to argument and fond of statistics and even before ho had finished I had again veered around and found I was losing my faith In my side of the question When my name was called I rose as if in a dream and for about I presumed ten minutes talked tho veriest r lot of nonsenso that was ever heard In a debating club If I looked at my notes I found that I had said every thing about tho subject that I could think of and if I tried to extemporize I repeated tho former things over and over Tho ordeal was finally passed and as I took my seat thero was a lit tle perfunctory applause and then tho president promptly decided tho case against Burr Grant was sitting quietly and looking straight ahead Into vacancy and I noticed he had made no demonstration in my favor Leaning toward him I timidly touched him on tho shoulder and said Well old fellow did I make a comploto failure No ho an swered slowly You did pretty well for a first attempt but tho devil himself couldnt have made out on which sldo you were debating Pbotot by Dan McIntosh I SUNSHINE AND SHOWEBS Characteristic poses of the Quaint Comedian Marshall P Wilder who styles himself The Prince ol Enlertalners and the Entertainer or Princes WINO PIANOSA- re I Sold Direct From Factory and in No Other Way I YOU SAVE FROM 75 to 200 When you buy a Wing Plano you buy at whole withonlyourwholesaleprofitaddcd a piano as many tt retailyou pay retail dealers store rent and other expenses You pay his prcflt and the commission or salary of tho agents or salesmen he employs all these on top of what the dealer himself has to pay to tho manufacturer i The retail profit on a piano Is from 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believe the mst valu able cod liver oil preparation the best bodybuilder health restoier and strength creator known to medicln today is Vinol While Vinol does not contain the systemclogging oil of old fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions it actually does contain all the curative med icirtal principles of the cods llvei In a high concentrated form and it iis delicious to take- I advise VinolI in my practice and thud it has no equal tot nealm coughs colds bronchial troubles and sore lungs I have used Vinol in many cars of indigestion uialassimilation and for patients who wore anaemic and run down with splendid results I have found Vinol to be a boon to the aged as it aids thA enfeebled system to sustain lift it induces app tite ana restful sleep it is a real bodybuilder and thus prolongs life- I believe Vinol to be worhty ot any honest physicians endorsement Our local druggists Short Hay nes sell Vinol to the people of Clo verpoit on a positive guarantee it iIt tails to give satisfaction tho entire purchase money will be refunde- dRAYMOND l There is talk of a spring sohool at this place M1 1 D Cashnian contemplates going to California in the near future Misses Sallie Compton and Mary Merger attended church at Walnut hove SundayOn Wednesday night Proctor Knotts went house was burned loaia all their ineRt mid molasses about fifty bushels of oats and had about that many very badly scorched No insur anceA very successful school taught here by Miss Pearl Mays was closed on Jan 19 with a large treat and spell ing bee Quite a number 01 visitors wen present The following pupils came everY day and received a book Herman and Joseph Ulaycocib John me Avit Alman Cnappell Owen and Nannie Bnssftt Harlan and Leo Cash wan and Bessio and Bettie Knott Miss Pearl is a splendid teacher and I thinK she woud have no trouble in se curing tho school again laGrippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaGripp but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It curlS Ingnpp coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr UTaclier of 157 Os good St Chicago writes My1 wile had a severe case of lagiippe three years ago and it left hbr with liter rible cough She tried a bottle of Fol leys Hon y and Tar and it gave im mediate relief A iO cent bottle cured her cough entirely Retnso substitut sSold by A K Fishe- rMATTINOLY i Items for week ending Fel HJ Mrs Sam Mullet is reported very Iill Born to Tom Rogers and wife Jan SO a uoy No worn has yet beon done on the Clover creek bridge Hardy Walker has sold his store at Tauls shopto Huber Roberts Isaac Blair received treatment for cancer of the lip from Dr Mitchell The report has reached us of the death of Allen Burdotte by drowning- Mr and Mrs Sam Leslie and chIld- ren visited the lutters mother at Clo verport ovm Sunday Jesse K Howard and daughter Jennie of Kirk visited his brother at this place Friday and Saturday Len Keenan and wife have moved from the farm to Jolly Station where he his employment at the Hour mill The community was saddened to hear of the death of Mrs Isaac Davis She was a lovable Christian and we will miss her Our young people report an enjoya ble danco given at Bill Browns Mr Brown and family arc preparing to move to HaynesvilleOhio county Lot ns support our editor in hit efforts against the evils of whiskey The town is in the hands of a lawles set Cant one or two good men and woman rise up and put these visioui elements down Some thirty candidates for baptism and a large congregation gathered at the Tar Springs on Saboath morning and were dissapomted there being no one present to ernerse them Truly the harvest is ripe and the labors te- wREH The Yellow Peer Germ has recently been discoveied It oca a close resemblance to the malaria To tree the system from disease germs tbe most effective remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all diseases Inc to malaria raison and constipation i5c at Short te Haynes Drug Stor- e1IIT1S RUN I Items for week ending Feb 3 L Beauchflmp visited his parents at Falls of Rough Sunday Silas Hawkins gave the young folKs a party Friday night Several from here attended the dance at Thomas Bashan last Wednesday night Rev J F Wlnchell tilled his regu lar appointment here Saturday and Sunday Allie Squires near Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Alice Waggone SundayHubert HawKins Oweneboro visit ed relatives here Saturday and Sun tiny Emmett Thurman was the guest of his parentsMr and Mrs RobertJThui man last week Misses Sue and Leo McGavock were the guests of their sister Mrs Lee Miller Saturday and Sunday The Simple Life For a cultured person to relinquish his wonted mode of life to dwell In a three roomed cottage to be clad in corduroy or fustian and to faro sump tuously every day on beans cabbagi soup and black bread would not be a return to the simple but to the sordlt life One cnn live a simple life just as well in a castle as in a cottage Kuci Builder The Wliole Ill IInw Jackson Pnrke Vlwt do you consld cr the two inoHt iinfiortniit places In tin world liotham Oil Hints onsv ol course liicksoii Pnrko Oh dont say Now York for one othiniiiI wasnt swing to I was goiiif to SHJ Manhattan nnd the Bronx of course Philadelphia Ledger Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the 1iukiest man in Arkan sas writes H L Stan or of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continou coughing and bleeding from tho lungs and I owe mv good fortune to tile worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken In time My wife improved with first bottle and twelva bottles completed the cure Cures tho worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Short Haynes drucgists Me anti 100 Trial bottle fre- eSTEPIIENSPORT Items for week ending Feb 8i Miss Esther Payne is in Hardinsburr going to school Ppe Miinor Union Star was iin town Saturday Sam Dix wtnt to Louisville Sunday to be operatea on Mrs G W Payne was in Hardins burg Saturday and Sunday Rev Gibbons tilled his appointment at the M E church Sunday Elzetta the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Scott Bell died Sunday Miss Manca King clime up from Cloverport to attend the examination Rube Haynes who has been in the army for three years came home Sun dayWalter Gibbons St Louis is at home with his parents Kev and Mrs Mattie GibbonsAndrew Crawford Jr win has been sick for several days is getting along nicely at this writing Miss Nellie Jilliland John Boslej and Gordson Frymire Chonault were hero attending the examination The graduating examination was held here Friday and Saturday by Ed mund Wroe Cloverport There were nine who took the examination The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and certlan in act aways use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Havnes Cloverport There are moro talkers than think ers Here you have the solution of gOssIJCASTORIA I For Infants and Children iiThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 7j v 7T S1 Signature of V Y f lf CreekM Medicine Man The medicine man of the Creeks will not rat anything scorched In cooking In treating a gun or arrow shot woune he as well as the patient will fast four days only drinking a little gruel He will uot allow a woman to look at hIs patient until bo is well or dead It his patient tiles the medicine mat takes a lot of medicine himself In order to cleanse himself from the fumes or odor of the dead The pallboarors as we might call those assisting In the burial also take the same cleansing process And again when an Indian commit ted murder even In self defense he wont to the modlclne man and tool the cleansing remedy claiming time remedy appeased the crime nnd the trouble to his mind At the full of each moon It was the custom of tIme bucks to drink medicine made by the medicine man to cleanse their systems In camp the Indian killed nothing which was not eatable Indlan Journal lleconcllcil Science iiiul Ilellfflnu A clergyman Is quoted In Every bodys Magazine as confounding an ad vanced young woman who was demon stratlns to him that science had ills proved religion with this little parable Madam he said I once knew a member of your sex who perfectly rec onelied science nnd religion She is a prominent member of the Young Wo mens Christian association and she was making an address to a large gathering of women which was Interrupted by a terrific thunder shower She shared with many the awful fear of thunder and lightning and with the others she trembled In silence for u few moments When a blinding flash was swiftly followed by a frIghtful clap of thunder she struggled to lieu feet and began to pray O Lord take us under thy protecting wings for thou knowest that feathers are uonconduct olsII Tin Men of Turkey With the exception of the Mussul mans tIme men of Turkey are laborers one and all Usually in the villages for there mime no farms as we understand time term and every one lives In a hamlet or a city the men own the property In common with the rest of time family When a girl marries she goes to her husbands home to live and when liar children become old enough they take their turn In tilling the Holds and marketing the produce Agricul ture Is the main occupation every where anti It Is of tIme simplest turin Time farmer rises with the dawn and in company with his wlfo souls and daughters repairs to the Holds One woman only remains at home to pre pare the mwils and sot the house In or der Southern Workman December Nobody Is worried nowadays by the fact that the twelfth mouth of the your Is callod time tenth December says a writer and no doubt even the an clout Itomniis soon got used to time anomaly when time now year was shift ed back frum March to January though ho old names of tIme months were re tained But there was one of them who minnie Injionlous use of itliclnlus a rascally procurator at Lyons underI Augustus IHo insisted on hay ing rcrtnin monthly piiynionts made fourtoon times a year arguing when Doconibor wiine round that as It was till tenth iiiiith of the yoar and there ouht to bo twolve there must be two moro to be accounted for I Keil Tlitiii Oil Slim Ic XenN In tilt British arctic expoditlou of ISTfi ono of time chaplains bad a lie of the London Times twenty years old containing the Crimean Will reports One copy was given out to each ship dally Tho ollicors had it first then It went to time forecastle and soon every ono was as keen about time news us If the war haul been proceeding The clergyman III control of tIme press was besought to Issue an evening edition and when Sevastopol was about to be taken excitement ran so high that tho newspaper ollice a locker was almost stormed The editor however was firm and continued with his dally Issue the Interest being kept up to the end of the expedition In Gotl We Trn t The worth God never appeared in any government act until the year 1S04 when nt the 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Hangerford D AUWRoute Cincinnati healthftnd DeWitts Ttt For Plies BuitZINE rr fiM I I t 1 II P I I t i Ir I i I I V i I I i 1II 1 ka tl I jUdgelbndshort story contest of last year unti their eyes wero almost blind thou brains almost too weary for consecu tlvo thought and their Ideas almost too chaotic from the long continue strain to allow an unbiased decision when tho distinguished statesman scholar took from tho table the last ojt tho many thousands of manuscript sent In lighted a fresh Havana am settled himself wearily In tho depths of his big arm chair Tho sigh of satisfaction was still moro pronounced when as ho tore open the envelope he found but a few pages of typewritten matter scarcely a thousand words In all and his Thank Heaven was reeochcd by his companions as they also realized that theirweeksT ere had been silence In tho room for beveral minutes while tho others were thinking of tho Jufablo of Ideas thatwould for months occupy their pifnds whero lovo and war humor and pathos had created a heterogeneous mass fMany of the stories submitted had been of a very high order of merit Boino of tho very highestand final decision would they realized tax to tho utmost their ability to select Spmo had been witty and brilliant verymany+ and they each and all agreed they would never again care to read oven tho headlines of any Short Story God exclaimed tho Senator half reverently half profanely and so this was tho tragic end of our dear chum of old 71 one of the best and bravest fellows who ever lived For tho honor of old Harvard gene tlemen bowing gravely to his nsso elates let me read aloud this last of our short stories He sauntered Into Station 17 of tho Fire Department late one stormy af ternoon in December a small gray haired rather wenzened specimen of humanity looking as though ho had not made the acquaintance of a square meal for many days A close observer however would have noti ed that his eyes wero very brlgh nnd keen his TOUCHED GLASSES TO THAT I muscles knit his gait springy and wouldperhaps have decided that his physique did not require a very large amount of sustenance and ho was ignorant of the pangs of dys pepsin Speaking to no ono in particular ho remarked with a peculiar drawl- I sometimes think I would enjoy a Job of this sort myself It looks com fortablo hero- Seventeen was known as tho crack of the force Its members were all athletes and it had to its credit an unparalleled record of bril liant and impossible rescues At these words of tho old man grim smiles broke over the faces of the half dozen men present A young fireman ono of tho most powerful awl athletic of the entire department replied Why grandpap wo have to do things hero when tho bell rings Chil dren arent allowed on the force I know they are not sonny but after all I Judge that ago isnt tho only thing that counts In this game Ill tell you grandpap tho young fellow added with a wink to his com panlons if you can follow me In a few little exercises we have hero morn ing and night Ill resign and recom mend you for my place Go ahead sonny your friends can act as Judge and umpire Tho fireman walked over to the other side of the room took up tho oak handle of a stone breaker grasped It firmly in both hands and with a sud den wrench broke it squarely through the middle tho two pieces on the floor he remarked laconically but in n rather conceited Theres another handle In the corner where I got this one but I reckon you wont care for It No perhaps this ono will answer said tho old man taking up tho two short pieces and looking them over rather With a quick Jerk ho broke one of the halves and then the other and throwing all the pieces on the floor drawled out Should call that more of a trick than a trial of muscle A murmur of astonishment tan a round the contestants 1 forthisr which nono of his associates had been able to accomplish Tho old follow continued unconcern I edly Now if it wero a trial of strength perhaps somo of you younger follows could tiro the old man out Then like a cat ho caught with his right hand one of tho rounds cllmbedtoLoweringhimselfoperation several times with great rapidity first with ono arm and then the other Dropping to tho floor ho poundIronthe heavy weights as if they wero hole low or made of wood passing the bells from hand to hand poising them on layIngquickening of his breath Tho men looked sharply at ono an other Not tho best of them could give such an exhibition of strength The sergeant was Just growling Old man who might you be anyway when the alarm gong sounded tho firemen sprang to their places and tho little old athlete was temporarily forgotten A close observer however might have noted him dart out of the door and vanish around tho corner with the speed of a trained runner The fire was in a lately finished apartment house and was well under way when the engines arrived Lad ders wero quickly placed against tho building and tho bravo firemen made many trips up and down rescuing the frightened occupants Finally nil tho inmates appeared to he saved and ef extinguishIng bythotlo girl of not moro than ten years whoso scanty apparel gave evidence that she had but Just awakened appear ed at a window of the top floor wring ing her little hands and crying in ex treme terror as well sho might for tho fierce flames were bursting from all the lower floors of the building Ladders were set beneath her window and several of the moro daring firemen at TtlEY TUB MEMORY OP CLASSMATE well that company Throwing tone curiously springing tlceablo tempted to ascend only to be driven back with scorched hair and blistered handsA from the crowd to tho right attracted the attention of firemen andIspectators and all held their breathIas a littlo old man was seen climbing with the agility of a cat the galvan ized waterspout on the corner of the building Reaching tho top and grasp Ing tho cornice ho rapidly worked himself along until ho was directly over tho open window He must have had a wonderfully correct eye for as I he seemed to expect his left footI reached Just to the top of the scaling ladder below him Placing his foot firmly upon tho slight support ho re leased first one hand and then the I other sliding them along tho rough I brick side of tho building as if grasping an imaginary rope Cau tiously lowering himself to a stooping I position ho suddenly threw himself I Inside tho open window as the ladder I burned near tho middle fell to tho I ground with a crash With scarce a I moments loss of time he reappeared and piled several thick books upon theI window sill Then with tho child strapped tightly upon his back ho balanced carefully upon these reached up and again grasped the cornice TheII firemen at once realized what a des perato plan he was about to attempt and quickly placed another ladder Just around the corner of the building not yet reached by the flames Slowly and j carefully the old man with his pro cious burden clinging to his shoulders worked his way along the Insecure gutter his progress at times painfully retarded and the distance seomoJ great Would he heat the flames in tho race Would he be able to hold out encumbered as he was Tho great crowd below held Its breath Finally he clutched the projection at the corner and swung his feet upon thp rounds of the ladder Long tongues of fire leaped from the room he had so lately occupied and seemed to bo strik ing at the rescuer and the rescued in vicious though Impotent fury but strong and willing bands met and re lieved the old man of his burden and I aulcd his evidently falling strength aov n the steep Incline But tho hitcher had been to tho well onco too often and even while the cheers and words of encouragement were sounding in his cars tho lifeblood gushed from his mouth and sinking heavily to the ground mur mured Hold tight little one and tho brave old heart suddenly ceased its busy work Hes dead tho dear old fellow sav ing a young life of which he had never heard whispered ono to tho other and a young minister who from tho first had watched tho sceno with an intense interest bent over tho body and detaching a Greek letter badge from tho vest read to tho sympathiz ing crowd J R H Harvard 71 adding rovently as ho removed his tall hatGreater lovo hath no man than this e e To their credit there were real tears in tho eyes of these big strong men of tho world as in silence they touched glasses with tho Senator to tho mom ory of that classmate whose soul was still marching on anti whoso heroic death had added another star to old Harvards glory- CRUSADE e AGAIXST VICE r The Great Work of Anthony Com stock has Brought Splendid Results Few of those who have read of the accomplishments of Anthony Com stock in his crusades against vice which have made his name known in every section of the United States havo any idea of tho history of the man whoso singlehanded exertions have been largely responsible for the suppression of obscene literature and photographs He has been painted as a crank of tho weirdest sort a notoriety seeker a grafter using a cloak of morality to enrich himself and every thing else wild and dishonest but he Is none of these and today his posi tion is stronger and his influence more potent than ever before His life has been threatened scores of times by desperate criminals whom ho has deprived of their unlawful gains and cent to the penitentiary Many attempts have been made to stab ehoot and poison him ground glass has been scattered in his food infernal machines havo been sent him through tho mails and by express he has been accused of unprintable de pravity his honesty has been sneered at and his every motive Impugned but he has gone unscathed amid physical perils and his reputation has escaped the cleverly planned pitfalls designed to ruin him in tho eyes of the people and dissipate tho enormous power for good which ho has built up by almost a lifetime of devotion to a high duty Guardian of Youthful Morals Mr Comstock is best known for his work in the prosecution of thci9b who make it a business to sell Indecent books pamphlets and pictures to the young but as a matter of fact he is equally active In crushing out other forms of vice not only in New York but in the country at large He travels fv great deal from city to city and has been a prominent figure In reform cru sades In various sections of the coun try and has frequently produced im portant results while others supposed to bu helping him were engaged in talking it over In a recent interview Mr Comstock tells for tho first time tho history of his life and how he abandoned a prom ising business career in which he might have made a comfortable for tune to pursue a vocation which has never netted him more than a living and has left him in declining years still with a mortgage of 10000 on his house at Summit N J He Is sixtyone years of ago and vas born in Connecticut His brother Samuel was killed at the battle of Gettysburg anti young Anthony took his place until the end of tho war Returning to his native State he entered a grocery store in New Haven i but later went to Tennessee where he I purchased supplies for the Lookout Mountain Institute His health failed md he went to New York landing there with 345 In his pocket Ho got a Job at 12 per week but resigned- It to take one at 5 because ho thought J tho new ono offered better opportunl I Ues for advancement Whllo eking out j an existence on this salary he found that tho young men in the store wore readers of stories of the vilest sort and ho made his first raid He learned that a bookseller in a shop a few doors iway was selling the books Young Comstock took a policeman to tho place and had tho proprietor arrested lid in tho case involved resurrected what was a dead letter law He wonII utProgressing rapidly in the commer i lal world the young man was soon malting 1500 a year commissions as a salesman but his abhorrence of vice was in nowise abated Ho found a mann named Simpson trading in ob scene literature and told a policeman his troubles Instead of arresting tho nan tho policeman warned him to skip out and that was the pivot on which tho life of tho young reformer urned Ho had the policeman dis missed for tho bit of treachery and the papers began to take notice They asked why he did not go into Nassau trcot and proceed against tho openI violators of tho law there Mr Com took answered tho question by going Oa all sides illegal publications wero openly for sale and on March 2 1872 when ho was but twentyeight years old ho caused tho arrest of seven men Tho fruits of this were tho suppression of 169 different books the raiding of three publishing houses tho onfiscatlon of 30000 worth of plates and engravings from ono man In Brooklyn the seizing of 16000 worth of plates and books from a man Manhattan together with six tons InII i stereotyped plates from his and the destruction of 10000 worth of bound books belonging to still another I man All of this was accomplished by Mr Comstock without any assistance whatever from organization or committee lie fauna a Good Angel He had started to buy a home and had paid 500 down on It but giving- a mortgage for the rest ho used ul 10 could save from his salary to carry- on his crusade He was a firm believer- In prayer and he believed that It was in answer to his supplications that a l Morris K J suP tho phllantroplst tools him up at that time Mr Jesup gave him 500 to help him in the fight and 150 to reimburse him for his ex penditures already made Since that time Mr Jesup has taken a deep Interest in the Comstock cru sades and has given his money free ly A meeting was hold at Mr Jesups house in 1873 by prominent citizens the Now York Society for tho Sup pression of Vice was formed and Mr Comstock was engaged as Its agent at a regular salary A determined attack on tho publishers and vendors of obsceno litera ture and pictures was at once begun and at a fitting time for never had there been so many and such brazen violations of the laws of tho land and decency as at that time Advertise ments were boldly printed in the pa pers and thousands of circulars were distributed by tho dealers many of the circulars being placed in tho hands of children as they left school An in effective law was passed in 1872 against the use of the mails for im moral purposes but It accomplished nothing and Mr Comstock endeavored AMHONY COMSTOCK to have a more stringent bill put through Mr Jesup defrayed his expenses to Washington and Senator Buckingham of Connecticut intro duced the measure in the Senate and Clinton L Merriam in the House In tense opposition was met from a powerful lobby of publishers but tho bill got through by a small margin and with the aid of Speaker James G Blaine was among the last taken up and passed on the night of the final day of tho session of 1873 lie Refused the Salary After tho law went into effect Sena tor Buckingham asked Mr Comstock to take a position as postofflce Inspector to see that It was enforced Ho accepted the position but declined the salary on the ground that he might be placed under obligations to politicians and on March Mil 1873 was made a special agent of the department which commission has been renewed each year since then So severe was the blow dealt the publishers of the profitable sub rosa lit erature that desperate efforts were made to havo tho law repealed and In 1887 a petition containing 70000 names and headed by Robert G Ingersoll backed by unlimited money and tho most adroit lobbyists was presented to Con gress asking that tho restrictions bo removed Mr Comstock appeared alono before the Houso committee which had tho repealing measure and In tho face of severe and brutal con demnation was successful in prevent- Ing favorable action As part of tho campaign against him a book entitled Tne Life and Crimes of Anthony Com stock was published and seventeen thousand copies distributed It was stated that ho himself was a dealer in tho very things against which he waged war and that he had been ar rested by five district attorneys but he kept on his way and never once let up in tho struggle with evil Mr Comstock is still a postoffice agent without pay He is allowed five ents per mile mileage and 1CO per lay witness fees while attending courts 13 a witness but these payments he turns into tho treasury of the society for which ho is agent In this way he ins turned over moro than 21000 which ho might have kept Tho work which Anthony Comstock has accomplished and Is doing today is of incalculable benefit to the moral Ibro of the maturing citizenship of the Republic The man is one of Gods appointed It is said that Admiral Lord Charles 3oresford of the British navy was the first European to see tho face of the ilado of Japan That was in ISljS r t hRotary Printing Press complotolrlntingoanie for making mono LOOKS LIKD A 25 WATCH 1he ror of thl han tomyeeonvlryoof her iowelrrwijl friend and rocolro credit tor Thiscold 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brary and will be kept for him till Friday morning next Success Magazine The Sliver Lining The situation Is seldom quite as bad as it might be Happy Is the spirit that recognizes this truth and takes comfort to Itself In the thought of what is spared The Irishman whose tale of calamity is related In the Birmingham England Post belongs to this choice class of fortuuatcs Cassldy had just been Injured In a blastPoor bylI exclaimed Ollnra consolingly Tie tough luck to have yer hand blowed off Och Faith It might have been worse replied Cassidy Suppose Old had me weeks wages in it at the tolmel Pulverlicd Diamond According to the Mohammedans of southern India pulverized diamond is the least painful the most active and the most certain of all poisons Ac cording to Wllkes History the pow der of diamonds is kept on hand by the wealthy only presumably as a last resource But a belief In the poison ous character of the diamond also ex isted in Italy In tho sixteenth cen tury Yellow Fever There Is a marked peculiarity about yellow fever which distinguishes It from most epidemics It Is essentially a disease of a hot climate and it takes a certain amount and duration of heat to awaken It to life It Is said that It can rover prevail where Indian corn will not ripen Tho 1oor IoctM Poets are born sir said the bard to the editor Yes I know they werent hatched from duck eggs answered the editor But the question Is Why are they born 1Cleveland Leader Wanted tier Reformed Mamma Why did you pray that God should stop your sister from telling tories 1 Small Son Because she prom ised me she wouldnt tell that I took the cakes and she did tell Eminent Doctors Praise its Ingredients Wo refer to that boon to weak nervous Buffering women known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Dr John Fyfo one of tho Editorial Stall of TILE ECLECTIC MEDICAL KKVIKW says of Unicorn root Hclonhis Dlolca which IiCh Vtbo chief Ingredients of tho Fa stimulation to why it do Scotts Cod Liver fullest in i tasteYoung i It teens IJ are of the pecii blood whicl palenessweness a i with Scotts It is a tn is naturally of the bloc which so nt ic irlably acts as a utcr makes for normal ac systemCS aboveIyeOilyt somo Indication furthertreteem root Pain IloucorrhcoaI YOm Jironlc diseaseslof nPrwomen1 constant 1 the kid t weakIiarJ or absent monthly dr accompanying an organsbloodIremo lower part of tho rfltho above symptoms doFiloufern root or llelonlas- ppertlcs of which it anscnts prominentQorlto lrccrlptlonr te Chicago says It remedy In disorders of conditionsdent h drier M D law of Joldon Seal roots general effects on tho editing in ute about which unanimity of opinion It- II as the tonic useful In W EM DIof Jefferson- A of Seal 410 hemorrhage menor 1 congestive dysmcnor ruatlont Tito Prescription faith the abovo named In the diseases for which 1M tt 3mch L VI4ica ornE r No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con crctions are taken lute the stomach when Hyomei is used Breathed through the inhaler tho balsamic healing of Hyoinei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and throat and thus kilts the catarrnal germs heals the irritnttd mucous membrano and gibesI ccmplete and permanent cute Hynmei is the simplest most oleas ant and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that bas been discovered Complete outfit 10 extra bottle 50 centsFor by Short K Haynes The Vic of Sarcasm For many years one of the states was represented In the senate by a man who possessed many tine qualities but who frequently Injured the causes he advocated and alienated those who desired to be friendly by his sarcastic manner both In speaking and in writ- Ing The senator had an Intimate friend who had written to him to urge the appointment of another friend to a position under the government To this letter the senator returned a very sar castle answer declining at the seine time to recommend the appointment It is said that he never forgot the merited rebuke he received from the friend who had suggested the appoint mentMy Dear Senator I think It would be well for you to reserve your sar casm for the rapidlyI Increasing num ber of your enemies Instead of offering It to the decreasing number of your friends of whom I am one Soon after the senator received this communication he brought about the desired appointment Only a little cold in the head may to the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the in vader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up air passacee Price 60c If you prefer to use an atomizer ask tcr Liquid Cream Balm It has all the rood qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 7Cc with spraying tube All druggists or mail ed by Ely Bios fiO Warren Street New York ClirlNtniiin In HttKlnntl When Cromwell ruled England he IIs sued nn edict against all festivities at Christmas The festival was altogeth er abolished and the displaying of hol Ily and mistletoe and other emblems of the happy time was held to be soul tious In 1544 the long parliament commanded that Christmas day shoull be observed as a strict fastt when nil people should think over and deplore the great sin of which they and tlulr forefathers had been guilty In making merry at that season This act so provoked the people that on the following uatal day the law was violently ro slsted In many places Though these scenes were disgraceful they served their purpose and put an end to an un just order When Charles II regained the throne the populace once spore made Christmastide a time of reJoic- Ing A GUARANTEED CURL FOR PILES Itching lillnd Weeding Protruding Plies Druggists mire authorized to refund money If FAO OINTMENT falls to euro In tl to 14 days 50c Surprised the Astronomer Dr Flamstecd who was astronomer royal In Newtons time was rather tic kled by the belief of his neighbors In his powers of consulting the stars about terrestrial affairs An old wash erwoman at Greenwich who had been robbed of her linen came to consult him about Its recovery So he set about drawing squares anti circles and sug gested that It she went into a certain field he would not be surprised If she found her lost linen In a ditch But when she came back with haste and Joy and a half crown In her hand for his fee he was not only very much sur prised but alarmed Good woman he said I am heartily glad you have found your linen but I assure you I knew nothing of it and intended to read you a lecturo on the folly of ap plying to any person to know events not In human power to tell but I see Satan has a mind I should deal with him and never will I attempt such an affair again so long as I live Why nincklc Wore the 1lnld Professor Blacklo frequently stayed at Dr Donald Maclcods house In Glas gow One night said the doctor wo were sitting up together Blackly said In his brusque way Whatever other faults I have I am free from vanity An incredulous smile on my face roused him You dont believe that Give me an Instance Being thus challenged I said Why do you walk about flourishing a plaid continually Ill give you the history of that sir When I was a poor man and when my wife anti I had our difficulties she one day drew my attention to the thread baro character of my surtout and asked me to order a new one I told her I could not afford it just then when she went like a noble woman and put her own plaid shawl on my shoulders and I have worn a plaid ever since in memory of her loving deed BEWLEYVILLE Items tor week ending Feb n1 Miss Anna Payne cloyed her school at Bethel Friday Miss Ina McCoy is visiting Miss Eula Claycomb Quarterly conference convenes at tiewlerrille Saturday and Sunday Fob 3 and 4 Mrs Fletcher Blanford is spending several iliys with Hon and Mrs Chins Ltlniifoni Miss Abut Orendorf Webster is spending several weeks with Miss Mary Payne Dr W T Cain will return to Re public Mich this week where he has a flourishing practice Adron Kendell Webster attended church here Sunday and was the guest of Miss Mary Payne Mrs Packs and Mrs W F Pig gottIrvington attended the W F M S Saturday afternoon Miss Gola Brown who has been the guest ot Mrs H I Synder for several days returned home Sunday Misses Maggie Blanche Jolly and Bessie Foote will outer Miss Marshalls private sohool at Irvington Monday Miss Sallie Hawkins is visiting Her grandparents Mr and Mrs B A Hardaway Sallie expects to join her parents in Kansas in the near future The Adult and Juvenile Missionary Societies met with Mrs F J Jolly and MIss Blanche last Saturday nfter noon Several of the members were prestnt and an excellent meeting is ro ported HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Clilll Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron mind quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay Soc IRVGINTON Items for week ending Feb 3 Dr L B Moremen wade a trip to St Louis one day last week Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons were in West Point and Louisville last week on business Miss Ruth Miller has returned from a short visit to relatives and friends at Hardmsburg Mr A W Morumen Brandenburg was the guest of his son Lou Satur day and Sunday Miss Willa J Drury has returned from a ten days visit to her sister and brother at Louisville Mr and Mrs Bud Neaffus and baby spent Saturday and Sunday at Gustoo the gUtsts of Mrs Katie Chi Ids MIss Mary VIntner left Tuesday tot an extended trip to relatives at rind Grove Elizabethtown and Louisville Miss lIa Robertson returned to her home at Guston Monday after a sever al days visit to Miss Marv Wrather Mr Pile of Kardlnsburg arrived Monday to be one of the assistant cash lets of the First State Bank of Irving tonG W Lvddan and Taylor Dow ell left Monday for a week a trip to Owens boroCaniiKlton and Livermore on buss nessMr and Mrs Bert Cunningham Cbenanlt were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Gardner for a fewdays last weekMrs John Lyddan and Miss Maggie Carter have returned to their home from a week spent in Louisville attending the Poultry Show Mr Downs will establisn some tune in the near future a branch poultry house at Bardinsbnrg Glendeane and Stephensport He reports business nourishing Jonas Lyons is remodeling his restaur ant at this place and making consider able changes that will be quite nice when completed He expects to be in running order by the first of next week Failed All efforts have failed to find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops tne cough heals the langs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad cold in my lungs and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines und had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommondea Folevs Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world Sold by A R Fisher BIG BEND Items for week ending Feb 3 Plenty of mud a B Crecilns has gone to Louisville on business Jas A Allen has gone soutn on towboat John A Wood William Frank Jr has gone to Arkansas to reside- J D Bennet has caught four foxes in the past two weeks Mrs Henry Halloway who has been very ill is n little better Milt Green employs several hands here emitting and hauling logs TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like 1VineofrdUi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetableIngredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn YOU ARE FRIENDS mine writes Mrs Jones Gallatin Tenn For taking have gained Ibs and am better health myhusbandweight gold all suffering ladles The BUSY MANS Line Betw- eenLouisville Evansville St Louis and- Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson r St Louis Ry HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Houndtrip Hoimseekers Hates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1906 Special Tourist Hates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1000 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first sold third Tuesdays of January and February HOG Ask us for rates J G Gallagher L J Irwin Traveling Passenger Agt General Passenger Agt tr n Jnr 1Jf i u jJlr Ii 1JtI NOTICE TO- OVERSEERSI IOnI stated in unmistakable language the duties of overseers There was due at the August 1905 term of the Fiscal Court report from each overseer in the county That report should have contained statement of the condition of each overseers road the names of Ouch hand who failed to work on tho road the time that he failed to work be it onehalf day or the entire four days The failure of the overseers to do their duty is the cause of the of the road system employed in the county failUlcIreckless disregard of the law on the part of the is not punished then wo can expect nothing from lands If you have not worked your four days or hlthrIsome hands on your road who did not work all their time t or port of it or if your road is not in goodcondition you had as well report these facts at once for you will surely have it to do before I resign in April You may feel that so and so is the neighbor or kinsman ofso and so and that he is or can bo exempt for this reason but you will later find out that there are no favorites If any man failed to work 1 want to know the cause we will be the judge of its sulliciency The law prescribes fine of from 5 to 15 for each failure to perform your duty It you expect to escape this fine slake your report at once tho notice in tho papers was not inserted at the countys expense for nothing but was to notify you of your du ties Now you have no excuses that will avail you any thing 1 am expecting to do my duty without fear or favor Very respectfully S T SMITH S R B C Il11JJiJftW JlIJTJJI Fred Chlsm of Battlotown spent Saturday night with his sister Myrtle BennettMrs Lige Allen of Parldiso bottom is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Halloway Mrs W C Bennett and Mrs Richardson were in Leavenworth lad ThursdayMiss Maud Peckenpaugh of Peckenpangh made a dying trip to Battletovn one evening this week Felix Bennett Barney Curie are homo from the south They say they are not much struck on tow boating II of F L of since Cardul I 35 In I In to m I a a i a n Chas EAllen got disappointed Wed nesday night Ho had some corn on the Dank for the Tarascon but it would not stop her- efrauds Smith and Miss Troutman of Cedar Flat were united in tno bonds of matrimony Sunday evening Jan 21 at tne home of Rev Modes We are sorry to say our timber buy er Alex Porter who has been In our midst for the past two years will remove to Cedar Flat to work a track of timber Mr Porter is from Tell City Ind and employed by Chair Makers Union PROFESSIONAL CARDS Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high maderantcod Moderate prices Expert tailors employed- J II IIUNSCIIE 1Casper May S Co Catinelton Ind V G BABBAGE Attorney at Law PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSBURO KY theOourtscountiesroad cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOffice LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CoeI- SCOIIeOitATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendidaccommodations for stock General Officr 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMSTTTF andPA 6EOH WILSON Snot THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs and rt Tne eelC- loverHlee assists In expelling tfl torn tnl tki Colds from thenosey BM System b yoottiaaq gently moving cureticfor whoopingcough 4 Trade IXtrkBifliUnd V- KENNEDYS 1- u LAXAT- IVEHONEYANOTAR MirAKBD AT THE tAIOXATOIT or K O DWITT et 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare Krom Memphio Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route February 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit on round trip tickets Write for map folder and pick your date nnd 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 Louisville Ky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky tJ J It I 1- J + v 2i ra m A y r t f f 4u A MODEL FARM How a Clergyman lifted a Mortgage on a Pennsylvania Farm GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Thero is a farm In southeastern Pennsylvania which tho Department of Agriculture considers a model twentieth century farm It consists of fit teen acres thirteen of which aro In cultivation the remaining two acres being occupied by buildings yard etc This land came Into tho possession of the present ownera minister of the GospelIn 1881 with a mortgage of 7200 upon It Improving the Soil The soil of the farm Is a reddish somewhat gravelly clay So run down was It In 1881 that It did not support the two cows and one horso kept upon 1L Last year It raised all the rough age for thirty head of stock seventeen of which are cows In milk It has been brought up to Its present remark able state of fertility solely by the use of stable manure applied directly from tho barn Tho system of handling this manuro Is ouch that none Is lost either liquid or solid No commercial fertil izers have ever been used and no ma nure has been hauled from tho city This Is a practice greatly differing from that In vogue on the majority of the farms of this country where the owner seeing a dollar In sight for 0 load of manure readily sells It to 0 neighbor rather than apply It to his own soil where its value might be three or four times as great On the model farm In Pennsylvania most 01 the crops are fed to the stock and thus largely return to the land in manure Upon assuming management of the farm the owner with no previous ex perience In farming began to read what agricultural literature was avail able One of the first books secured by him was Qulncys little treatise on the soiling of cattle written In 1859 Soil Ing consists In cutting and giving green feed In summer instead of allow ing the animals to run on pasture This system adopted by the farm owner did not prove satisfactory the first year because no other feed was used and the cows did not do well In addition the manure was difficult to handle and it was not easy to keep the barn clean Before the next season however the new farmer had procured Stewarts book on feeding animals and from It learned his first lesson in balanced rations He also learned to feed some dry hay with the soiling crops thus giving the manure a proper consistency Thenceforward the man agement of the constantly growing herd of cows was a simple matter and the farm began not only to pay a profit but to Increase In fertility so that within seven years tho entire mort gage was paid off Tho farm Is strictly a dairy farm the only products regularly sold being milk and a few head of young cattle each year Tho cows are all registered Jerseys except ono or two picked up at neighboring sales They are not only pure bred but well tired Male calves If worthy of it are reared for breeding purposes but none Is ever vealed If a male calf Is not fit to raise for a breeder it is killed at birth It doesnt pay to feed 18 worth of meal to a calf that will sell for said the owner Tho young cattle sold from this farm bring on an av ago 100 apiece and about five aro alsposed of each year The milk is all sold at J5 cents a gal Ion the year round to a State Institu tion located two miles distant The milk tests high Is perfectly clean and free from adulteration There is never any complaint from the buyers on the other hand this farmer Is considered a public benefactor As soon as the milk Is drawn it Is placed In perfectly clean cans standing in cold water some distance from tho barn and stirred frequently to aerate It and aid the cooling Tho milk vessels are never allowed to stand around uncleaned but are washed as soon as the milk is removed first with cold water then with boiling and finally again with cold water The amount of milk produced from the seventeen cows Is nearly the same at all seasons and averages about twentysix gallons a day While this yield of approximately 4800 pounds a year for each of tho seventeen cows kept is not enormous by any means it is good The income from the milk produced Is about 2400 a year The outlay for concentrated feeding stuffs Is 625 annually Economy in Farm Labor Ono man and a boy do the labor of tho farm except in hay harvest and during the cutting of silage 60 eys tematlc Is the work that tho owner may leave for a week without notice to tho laborers with no Interruption to tho regular routine Tho feeding of the cows the handling of the milk keeping tho barn clean and disposing the manure aro all worked out under such a system that they require little supervision on tho part of the proprietor There Is no pasture on this farm for pastures on such highpriced land are out of the question There Is not even a barn lot the thirty head of ctAtlo remaining In the stalls the year round We have been taught that this Is not a good practice for It has been supposed that milch cows need a cer taro amount of exercise yet It must be considered that the Danish cows stand in their stalls from November to May and are staked out In the Held from May to November and yet Den mark ranks high In the dairy Industry and her cows are healthy Balanced Rations a Necessity Notwithstanding this extraordinary practice the bill for veterinary services- on this Pennsylvania farm during tho past six years has been but 150 and this was made necessary by an acct dental injury to one of the cows One regular breeder is fifteen years old but Is still vigorous and healthy giving milk enough to make it profitable to retain her in the herd Experts in the Department of Agriculture stato that they have never seen a thriftier better kept lot of cows Balanced rations are fed to them every day In the year con sisting of somo succulent material silage In winter and rye timothy and clover corn or peas and oats in sum mer A second portion Is made up of dry hay or fodder which gives some consistency to the manure The third portion consists of meal products of which three kinds are usedbran oil meal and gluten Many dairymen would be surprised to learn that every cow on this farm has four ounces of salt dally mixed with her fodder ulna table salt being invariably used ana evenly divided among the three feeds There are round silos on the farm each ten feet in diameter and thirty four feet high These altogether hold about 100 tons of silage and this quan tity of corn silage is produced on four acres planted on Juno 22nd Eleven men three teams and a traction en glno to run the cutter are employed in filling the silos Tho proprietor of this farm has not adopted any systematic rotation of crops as every foot of land receives an abundance of manure every year or two There is but little trace of weeds and those that do grow are not of the undesirable kind Intelligent methods of cultivation enabled tho owner last year not only to produce all the rough ag required for thirty head of stock but to have left nearly 4000 pounds of hay which was sold- Handllnc the Manure The remarkable yields on this farm aro due entirely to the intelligent use of stable manure Most farmers waste moro than half of tho value of the manure produced on their farms On this model farm every particle of the plant food is utilized The method of handling manure in this caso can be used only on farms on which stock is kept in stalls and is therefore not ap plicable to all styles of stockfarming Behind each row of cows Is a gutter eighteen inches wide and seven Inches deep These gutters have no outlets They lire thoroughly cleaned dally the whole barn is disinfected twice a week by a free uso of creollne and the interior is frequently whitewashed When cleaned the gutters are sprinkled with ashes or dry dirt to absorb what moisture may bo pres ent During the day a quantity of absorbent consisting of eat mold rot ten sod etc Is placed in them The manure is lifted from the gutters Into a cart backed up to the door and Is then taken directly off to tho fields and spread over them In summer It Is applied to tho land from which the soiling crops aro removed in winter It is spread on the rye and grass fields No manure is used on newly seeded grass lands pioneerfarmerprevioustrainingodical manner to learn what he could from the experience of others He has applied principles and business meth ods and has blazed a path into a region of great possibilities There is no doubt that his experience can be duplicated on other farms but It do ponds on the soil and the man who has tho management of it It cannot he done by ono who is not a student A similar system may be developed on any dairy farm that disposes of pa tures Where land is cheaper and tho dairyman can afford pastures tho system would bo radically different In summer but not in winter Prouabl tho most important slngja feature of this Pennsylvania farm aSIflo from the systematic manner in which it is con ducted is tho ono of handling tho ma nure The fact that the stock Is stabled the year round makes it pos slblo to save all the manure both liquid and solid and apply it to the land Being applied dally as pro duced any leaching by rains carries the leached materials into the soil where it is needed Tho remarkable yields of every portion of this farm seem to indicate that this method ol handling manure is highly satisfac tory A DIG EDITORIAL OFFICE The Department of Agriculture Pub lishes Over Four Booklets for Every Day in the Year One of the biggest editorial offices in the Government and probably in the country is in the Department of Agriculture where the Division of Publications edits revises and in some cases returns to the authors for rewriting an average of four bul letins or books for every day in tho year During the last fiscal year 1 4G3 new publications passed through tho editors hands nearly 400 of these however being Issued by the Weather Bureau which Is under tho Department of Agriculture Tho total number of copies of tho remain ing 1000 odd publications printed dur ing the year was 12000475 Many of these aro generously illustrated and beside tho great number of orig- Inal photographs used tho artists of tho Department make something over 1000 drawings a year for illustrating The head of this Division or tho Editor of tho Department as ho is known is Mr Georgo William Hill an oldtime editor of an agricultural paper but he has held his present position for many administrations There havo been very many rad ical changes said Mr Hill In tho publications of the Department with in the last ten years At ono time the Agricultural Reports and other pamphlets and bulletins Issued were more or less technical having tho rep utation generally throughout the coun try of being written In about as dry and uninteresting a manner as possible The present Secretary has continually impressed upon his Chiefs of Divisions the desirability of short crisp articles and bulletins especially In the annual Year Books written in a practical and simple style with tho result that the Publications of the Department have come Into very gen eral favor with the farmers and aro eagerly sought after which is evi dent by the enormous number of re quests for them The Farmers Bulletins descriptive of all sorts of farm work stock rais ing fruitgrowing etc and of which nearly 250 havo been published are by all odds tho most popular of the Departments of Publications They ire brief written In simple style and discuss subjects near to the heart of the agriculturist Many of them havo been condensed and rewritten from the longer and moro technical bulletins setting forth tho results of exhaustive experiments More than G 100000 copies of these popular bulle GEORGE WILLIAM HILL Chief of the Publication Division Department- of Agriculture tins wero published and distributed last year An active factor in tho enormous work of editing the Agri cultural Publications is the assistant chief and editor of tho Division Mr Joseph A Arnold whoso knowledge of the practical side of Agricultural Publications Is something amazing The storage and distribution of this printed matter constitutes a large and important part of the Publication Divisions work the document section occupying the entire space of a large four story building The total print ing bill of the Division for the past amounted to 258172 Although we are sending out vast oil farm bulletins re marked Mr Arnold in speaking of work of tho Department I cannot believe that tho farmers of tho coun try as a whole appreciate what a splendid mlno of agricultural Infor motion exists in these farm bulletins which they can have for tho JOSEPH A ARNOLD Editor Department of Agriculture They cover every practical subject and would make an exceedingly val uable farm library Bound together they would form several largo vol umes prepared by tho best agricul tural experts In the country and the result of tho widest and most exten sive scientific farm experiments ever made LUNG AlFOXSOS SHOPPING A Paris Millinery Shop Startled by Visit From the Spanish King An amusing anecdote is related In connection with King Alfonsos recent visit to Paris In his leisure moments he was fond of taking a turn in the Rue de la Paix which is noted for its elegant shops and making a few pur chases His majestys appearance nat urally created a good deal of flutter especially among the demoiselles de magasin who rushed to doors and win dows to see him go by so when three gentlemen stepped into a certain estab lishment one morning and the most youthful of the party asked to see some hats they were politely requested as the most natural thing in the world to wait a moment as the king was in the street and the girls were all watching for him The knowing smiles which thereupon pervaded the features of the little party had the effect of promptly putting the quickwitted shop girls on the scent After announcing the great news excitedly to the proprietor of the establishment they clustered in a ring round King Alfonso and his compan lolls This was a thousand times better than a peep into the street and then what an honor l Only to think of the Spanish sovereign walking in such simple into their shop what followed delighted them even more The mistress of the place had advanced and courtesying low had ut tered one of those pretty compliments which our French friends have so glibly at th tip of their tongues when his majesty smilingly replied I wish to see some hats I want three one for my mother in rather a quiet style one for my sister and one for my aunt and please put them all up together in the same box The masterpieces of the shop were presented and inspected The selection of the three took ome time as the young king is not accustomed to that sort of work and in his dilemma he exclaimed Well I vas never so puzzled in my life I Finally the choice was made and with he that the should be sent at once to the hotel King Alfonso took his departure leaving the mistress of the establishment and her young women charmed with their experience J KOXPATEXTADLE SIEDICIXE Universally Used by the Medical Pro fession What is the most Important remedy known to tho medical profession A guessing contest might bo established upon this question which would doubtless bring to the fore a great variety ot remedies yet as stated by o very successful practitioner there is one medicine given to patients which physicians find more important any other Strange to say this is the quite universal and Ineffective bread pill which after all Is not bread but only socalled on account of its harmless nature Tho bread pill is sometimes nothing moro than a plain sugar pellet at others whore a liquid prescription is given a weak solution of sugar md water or a mixture of powdered icorlco or gentian both harmless Irugs when given in tho weak proportions prescribed by tho doctor Of course the principle uso of the bread pill is in tho case of a patient who imagining himself ill alls in his family physician andthe T TIlE sYEAII OLD DAUGHTER OF A IGYEA OLD JERSEY I year a volume this asking faslion And hats request hats than latter knowing his patient to be per fectly well prescribes the bread pill But probably the most opportune of all times for tho uso of the bread pill is when tho man of science makes a visit to u particularly ill patient but whose symptoms are of such a nature that he Is perplexed as to thQ charac ter of tho disease or where they have not developed sufficiently for him to determine the true nature of the case In this event he does not wish to dis play his ignorance or what in reality may be but an apparent lack of knowl edge since at some stages it is impossible to accurately diagnose a case but a frank admission of this kind would destroy the patients confidence In his physician And so at this Junc ture the bread pill steps in is given to tho sick person with no apprehen sion of any harm resulting therefrom rsII tor Klllnf 25 wctaaea Ilium at 10 cu Its a wellbonlted lowy protMtort and etapL Tea ten earn IIID a day We triwt YOIIe8eD4- tor Bluinr It thepatte t 10 cu and return in Ib4 Bow nen wt MM Uudoll jo u AKcrdw lbruphophone Ys afro dinotkeeeletaetptetenu Vloll Oulun Writ noW TRUE BLUE CO Dept 455tB08TON MASS FREE BOOK A splendid handsomely Illustrated 2EOpago boy If FOOD FOR PLANTS A should be In the library of every farmer who Is inters ested In making the toll yield the greatest possU returns Until edition Is exhausted copies will b mailed free Send name and address on post card Nitrate PropagaadaAaliUspa BtJJojr NcwYori 40 BULBS 25 CentsPOT 11 or oat or doors growing flnsinfaIigpnle Iris 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Write us today mention kind of Generator used enclose 8 cents in stamps to cover postage and we will send you A SAMPLE BURNER w J CI1liCOMP NY 113133 Room Broadway 15 NEW YOH N y HOW TO MAKE SCHOOL GARDENS- By H D Hemenway This suggestive little book is a practical manual of school gardening for both teacher and pupil and supplies tho first adequate work of tho sort in this country This volume is based on actual experienco the author is an authority and director of tho Hartford School of Horticulture CONTENTS Introduction How to Mako a arden TwentyOne Lessons in Garden WorkMay to September Bibliography ssons in Greenhouse Work Planting Seed Potting etc Root Grafting Lessons t Budding Size 5x7 pages 107 binding cloth illustrations 26 By special arrangement with Doubleday Page Co I am ablo for the present to make tho following SPECIAL OFFER Tho new Garden Magazine 0 months and How to Make School Gardens 100 edition postpaid both for 100 Tho GARDEN MAGAZINE is finely illustrated and is the finest magazine of its kind published in America To take advantage of this special offer ofders should bo sent at once to H D Hemenway Hartford Connecticut This offer may bo withdrawn at any time ONLY ONE LIFE TO LIVE Thats the Reason Why EVERYBODY should get the most out of life that they can The place to get it is in the Home and mAXWELLS HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE comes every month in the year and tells you How to Build a Home How to Make a Garden Around It How to Live In It How to Entertain In It How to Enjpy Life In It Some ofthe regular departments ofthe magazine are The Home Garden Music in the Home Hints to Homemakers The Home Study Health in the Home Home Etiquette Home Cooking Little Folks in the Home Home Cheer Entertaining in the Home AND REMEMBER It Isnt made with a scissors and a paste pot Theres good grey matter goes into every page of it Theres human sympathy in every line of it Theres originality and genuine good hard common sense all through it It dont under take to tell you how to be happy on a million a year but it does tell you how to be happy on tho modest income that so many millions live on who dont have a million a year to spend And the magazine costs lOc for One Whole YearThats AH And its worth ten dollars for its good suggestions about Ufo and health and homemakingSend dime or five twocent stamps to MAXWELLS HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE 1409 Fisher Building CHICAGO r k JJ N c ol I is A The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1900 CORRECT ACCOUNT MR CAINS DEATH Tragic Ending of His Life At Own Hand With Pocket Knife PRbVIOUS REPORTS INCORRECT Ptrbnpi the mosttrngii death that ever oocured in oui midst was that of W H Cain Jr on tho morning of Jan 10 at about 080 oclock at theliouie ot Thos J Jolly whore he and his fancily were temporarily rosid ing Billie Cain as he was familiarly called whose wife had lied just two weeks sincehad grieved over his loss loss of wife and of hums having re cently sold all his earthly posesslons until his mum gave way under the strain His reason dethroned he eon ceived the idea of ending his troubles by taking his poouet knife and cutting his throHt He and uisjyoungest son Hut hart were sleeping in separate beds in anup stairs room and the night had been spent in restful sleepso far as the son know Some twentv or thirty minutes before Hurbert arose from his bed he heard Ills father as ho thought step ping out from his bed not realizing what han nappened until he himself arose a few minutes later to find his father lyingdwdon the floor W H Cain was born Oct 25 1817 In his childhood days ho joined the M E Church South and lived in hor communion the rest of his life He was married to Miss Sallie Jolly on Sept 0 1872 To this union six children were born onejof themdying in infancy He WitS a devoted husband a loving father and faithful in the discharge ofII his dntioa as a Christian Loved and respected by all who know him he will be grimily missed in the home in the church and in too community of which he was an exemplary mem bore Deceased was US years 2 months and 24 lays old C H D Memorial Resolutions Whereas it has pleased Almighty t God in Hie wise providence to permit tho untimely death of W H Cain Ji We your committee beg leave to submit tho following report viz W H Cain Jr was born Oct 25th 1847 And grew to manhood in this counT unity in childhood he united with the 11 tk Church South and at all times gave unmistakable evi deuce of being a devout Christian He was happily married to Sallie Jolly on the Oth of September 187S few years after this ht removed AII Kansas und livedBowe tour yours in that state while in KHUKIS he united withthf M E Church ami tor some tithe hi was Class leader and Superin tendent of tho Sunday School On hit returns to Kentucky lIt united viUi tho M U Church South and was a faithful member of the same serving AS n teacher in the Sunday School and steward iu the church faithfully andii GansHentionsly meeting and dischnrg ing all duties incumbent on him As a hnslwtid loving anti true as a lather paiceUking and careful us a citizen true to the best interest of his country as M Christian devout and faithful L Therefore he it resolved let That in the untimely death of W H Cain Jr tilt bereaved children have lost a loving father the community a re spected and honored citizen the church a faithful member 2nd That we as a Sunday School and church extend to the oereaved Ayers I t prescribedAAyers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumptionoThey will you heals inflamed lungs rearThenIIIIIK were soon hualetl and my cough dropped array ninel IBAttt nuns Uutbrle Centre la Ik 9 r dti M r r AVKKCO AM A to wantioart trIOfor ill Old Coughs of Ono Ayors Pill at bedtime Insuros n natural action noxt morning SCALY ECZEMA- ALLOVER BODY Eruptions Appeared on Chest andI Face and Neck Were All Brok- entOut I Scales and Crusts FormedI Iowa Lady Has Great Fait- in f Cuticura Remedies for SkinI Diseases ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA II hud nu eruption nppenr on my chest find body and extend upwards and downwards so that my neck and taco wero nil broken out also my arms and the lower limbs as far us the knees I at first thought it was prickly heat But soon scales or crusts formed where the breaking out was Instead of going to n phvsiciau I purchased complete treatment of the Cuticum Remedies in which I had great faith and nil was satisfactory A year or two later tho eruption appeared again only a little lower but before it had time to spread I procured another supply of the Cuti sutra Remedies and continued their use until thcicuro was complete It is now five years since the last attack and have not seen any signs of a return I have taken about three bottles of tho Cuticum Resolvent and do not know how much of the Soap or Ointment as I always keep them with me probably one half dozen of each III decided to give the Cuticura Rem edios a trial after I had seen the results of their treatment of eczema on an infant belonging to one of our neighbors The parent took the child to the nearest physician but his treatment did no good So they procured the Cuticura Remedies and cured her with them When they begun using Cuticura Rem edies her face was terribly disfigured with sores but she was entirely cured for I saw the same child at the age of five yenta and her mother told mo tho eczema lunch never broken out since I have more faith in Cuticura Remedies for skin diseases than anything I know of I am respectfully yours Emma E Wilson Liscomb Iowa Oct 1 19 b Complete Etorn1 end rnternai Treatment for Every lImo Im rtupl to Serohda hum Infancy to r- mloIlnr of lIInlI alM ItIw rut bile In form of Chocolate hued fill t per vital ofdtI maybe51ofiiidruggists Alugledoften cures I Wr Drug a Chem Corp pole 1rupeo todon blurI er laeedtreeliotr tt Cue for otln Scalpand hai- rour heartfelt sympathy in this their sore bereavement and promipo ever toi remember them at a throng of divine J grace praying that our grnciousI heavenly father will guide them by his Holy Spirit and sanctify untoI them and us this great sorrow of lrd Tnat a copy of these resoln S bona he given to the family a copy spread on the records of the Sunda a School a copy bo sent to the county papers and Central Methodist for pub lication also that n copy he furnish- Ed o tho Quarterly Conference Respectfully submitted Chas H Drury K T Stith C D Hardaway R H Roe G A FooteCommittee TO COLD ONE DAY TabletsIruKclMI W U IIUE1sljtlmturl son rack box S5e HISTORY OFCCLOVERPORTT- he account ot Cloverports history below was written by Master Eldred Uabbago ten years of age It won the prize in the intermediate depart toi ment at the city school for ueatnes He received KO per emit on it Eldred Is the sun of Mr and Mrs V G D BnbDBge of tnis city Jlovoruort the largest town in Breckenridgo county is situated on the southern bunks of the Ohio River It is abont one hundred wiles southwest of Louisville on the L H IX St R R It was settled in the tall of 1801 by Joe Houston when the site was onlyI a wilderness Houston gave a portion of the land Mon the upper side ot the creek to Col Murray who worried his daughter for Col Murray associated with him Her ace Newton and together they laid tire to present site of the town and named it I Joeville It was given its present the natno by the river men who when asked what port we make next would reply Cloverport because of the abundance of wild clover which first grew on the banks of the creek that enipted into the river nEAr the laud ot nrerlThe first house tent was onilt was the old Murray property which Mood shove the Presbyterian church The first white child that was born was John Newton son of Horace Now ton Cloverport has now grown to be the the countyIt er their names are Metnodist Baptist Presbyterian and Catholic and two colored churches- It has three schools two private and HItLIloryEldred Babbage Resigns School Miss Eunice Jennings on account of health had to resign her position as teacher at Persimmon Flat at the cldse It four and ono half months T A hoMattinglyman Breckenridgo Democrat ABOUT MRLEONARD COX I Leonard Cox as a son of Attilla Cox ions one of the prominent young men in Louisville society at one time H received tho appointment from tit congresisonal district to the Nav Academy at Annapolis There he w Is hIghIjin the engineer corps of the navy He thhy 0 docks at the mouth of the Potomac river which rank high in the list of governmental engineering enter prices He has also been connected closely withtother similar enigneering work for the Government and is con sidered as one of tho leading young engineers of tho Navy Department In vi tw of his attainments in his chosen profession ho line been appoint ed chief engineer of the Herderson Route He will succeed R N Hudson of Cloverport Ky who resigned the post of chief engineer some tILU ago No action bus been taken by the Navy Department as yet on his resignation but it is regarded as almost a certainty that he will be able soun to taKo up the duties of his new positionUnder his supervision will come the completion of many improvement that have been undertaken by the Henderson Route Tne completion of the new station at Owens oro and tho construction of other stations planned by tho road the completion of the track from West Point to Louisville which will give the Henderson Route admission into Louisville over its own tracts are among the most Important improvements tnat ho will oversee The usual routine work of theI chief engineer of a railroad system will devolve upon him Courier Journal BIG SPRING Mr Middleton of Ellzabethtnwn was the guest of Miss Ola Shumate Thursday evening The Big Spring Sunday school sent their pastor L Dh Rnssel to LOUIS ville to attend the Sunday school Pastors institute which convened there last weeK Otto Churchill Elizabethtown was the guest of Miss Ohio Mae L1arKIson Thursday evening Misses Ladle and Jennie Clarkson are in Louisville the guests of their sister Mrs Will Hungarlaud The Ladies Aid will give a social at the school house Saturday night Feb I 10 All are invited These socials are quite nice and all that have attended any of them speak of the Aid lu glow Ing terms The dimes help swell the treasury of the society too Raymond Moorman returned home Thursday from Murray Ky Miss Eliza Jones and Miss Danger Garrett were the guests of Mrs R and Miss Edna Dowell Thursday and Friday MollieAlexywere tho brides mother Mrs Geo Shumate Wednesday afteinoon the 31st at 2bclock in the presence of quite a nilm performedMr and Mrs Henry H rdin Eliza TuesdyhereMessrs Douglas and Kennedy were here last Saturday buying mules James W Moorman was in Vine Grove last week Mack Russel was in Vine Grove last Wednesday Miss Annie Hamilton St Louis is visiting her uncle Alex Hamilton Foster B Lyons visited his father at uster last Messrs SundayTUlnae a business trip to the city last wetkTolm citylasttobacco R S Dowoll puichased handsome I upright piano from Siuth Nixon his daughter tiles Edna Mrs Millward and her sister Mrs Hen Garr of Louisville are here visit leg the formere daughter Mrs John Meador Mfssrs Kit Meymeth aud Stuart Owens were lucre last week CASSTOBJAnears theilia Kind You Have Always Bought Sijaatnro y 11 ot From Morton Safety Harbor Fla Jan 15 1000 J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir You will find enclosed 1 which send me your paper one year I am a Kentuigiau and I like hear iron my old home state and think the BiecKenridgo News will be paper I am in tho bright sunny south tho State of Flowers It is warm and pleasant this winter we have not had any frost yet This is th twelve months of my life in which I have never seen snow I am living in a little village by tho name Green Springs Friends and strang call to see us hereYours trulyV H1TES RUN Mrs Robert Thurman is sick Hiram Winchell Beechfork was Waggonlast Misses Hallie Chapin and Stella Walker attended the entertainment ut Tuckers school house Thursday night Misses Eva Miller and Bevie Haw kins were the guests of Mr and Mrs armon Blame near Stephensport Our A S of K have changed their = meeting front Saturday night to Thursday night neighborhoodfaruieis owns a calf two weeks old but has uo eyes The places in the head where the eyes should be are only little les The animal otherwise is normal of this kind has ever been known before here I CHENAULT Mrs Abe Allen has returned home daughter Bosleyslast ClarkIsguests Margaret nsman Wednesday evening Mr and MruJCBrodlo visited Mr and Dire Chas Morgan Slttnrday and Sunday Jip Boeely in trying to reach n skiff was thown overboad Saturday however ho sustained no injuries Burton Cunningham und Lewis War ten seem interested In the raising of guineis Jno B Frymlre is on the sick list Qeo Gillllnnd James Brodie Paul Uilliland and Luolen Manning were iu Derby Saturday Messrs Floyd Jarboe and Unas BryantI took the Lee Boat Saturday nignt to locate in Corutbersvilte Mo Miss Null Glllilacd was the guest of SaturdayfGus Peck enpaugh who have been employed in a sugar r finery at Berwick Ln came jhome Saturday morning Ambrose O Bryan and Will Elder Moolty ville were in town last wens Mrs Inn B Warren aril sister were iin town shopping Wednesday Frywirooupontgraduation examination and we feel that much is due to the untiring en ergy and the manifested interest ft their teacher Mr Luca- sGARRETT I1Iiss Rosa Lon Shacklett was in Brandenburg Tuesday- R H Dowell went to Ekron Monday on business Miss Lena Ritchie and Kirby RUche and Fred Sips attended the dance labertyWfdnesayThe rural route torn Ekrou began EdwinTindallMr and j wlreInMumps are still raging in this nelgbborh od New eases every week familyandtheAloxanlillrFousheH theHlshopwill move to it soon ThursdaytaughtbyMisses Leother Shirchtfo Julia Norris and Josie Peak and Joseph and Gerald Shircliffeof Woodland Mable and Robert Hardest Joshua Lancast FlahertyAdolputSpringMrs I and Mrs W L Foushee Mr and Mrs W H Dhonau dined at Francis Ritchies Sunday huvebought1411 DUKES Our protracted meeting closed Thurs day night with thirteen professions Mrs Anna Slaughter is on the sick list at this writing Mr and Mrs Lonzo Reardon Pell ville spent several nays last week with her parents Mr and Mrs L NewburyMrs Vernon Wilburn Patenville spent Thursday with her grandmother Mrs E Dunn Misses Edna Powers Goering and tiht Lamb Patesville spent a few days of last week with Misses Pearl and Carrie Basham KonnedyofHappyFlora Newbury Mire Eunice Nichols was the guest Margaretfiaaham Miss Nanuie Jarboo spout Sunday with Miss Ella Evano Patesville George Gillians and Joe Kennedvof Happy Holler attended church hors Wednesday night Miss Pearl Johnson visited her aunt Mrs Emma Isom near Patesville Sunday Little Anna Lee Basham spent Fri FinsafeRay CUBAN MINISTER OEu Si Recommends Peruna I Senor Quesada Cuban Minister to the United States Senor Quesada Cuban Minister to tho United States is an orator born In an article In Tho Outlook for July 1899 by George Kennan who heard Quesada speak at tho Katelmn Theater Mantanzns Cuba ho saidIII havo seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional excitement but 1 have rarely witnessed such a scene as at tho close of Quesadaa eulogy upon tho dead patriot Marti In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Com pany written from Washington D C Senor Quesada says Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi cine It is an excellent strengthening tonic and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh Oonzalo De Quesada Congressman J H Bankhead of Alabama ono of tho most influential mom bersof tho House of Representatives in a letter written from Washington D C gives his endorsement to tho great ca tarrh remedy Peruna In the following wordsYour Peruna Is one of the best medicines I ever tried and no family should be without your remarkable remedy As a tonic and catarrh cure IfBankhead Ladies Shops Seven is but a single medicine which is a radical specific for catarrh It la Peruna which has a halt century test and cured thousands of cases If you not derive prompt and satis factory results from the uso of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman a full statement of your case and will to give you his ad vice gratis Address Hartman President tThe ill Sanitarium Columbus O All correspondence strictly confidential reI Hardinsburg Normal 1 AN- DCollegiate Institute SESSION 19051906 IJ Normal Dept for Teachers Opens Monday Feb 1906 IW A rare opportunity for those desiring to teach to get one or more of the higher branches and el ml ocution under tine instructors teachers de t partment will be under charge of tMR ANDREW DRISKELL IIW whose ability and experience are well known to allb1W1lTuitionIligh School and Normal Department 300 per month in advance Intermediate Primary ask for r 2 terms board 225 to per week Ifurther in formation address either Andrew Driskell or D S Collins L Hardinsburg Ky PrinJ W NftTMtOur Weekly Clearance Sale Positively the offer of Low Prices on Shoes We must make for Spring Stock Take the values now while they last Mens Shoes at 148 Mens Shoes at 98C at 175 98c Ladies 150 at 98c Million sold In past 12 months TLlS Thero stood do giving he be pleased valuable Dr 5 The or Good 250 For room 250 150 Shoes Hartman last Ladies 125 Shoes at Boys 150 Shoes at Misses 150 Shoes I at I For Spot Cash only No produce no checks None i sent on approval This week only r L BABBAGE L SON r a n ADramaboxes Signature 98c 98c 98c Cloverport Ky WTU1W 1J tTakeLaxauve Cure Cold in One Day Y1UDlne Tablets r3 4D2PL 1Curt InTwoDaysIY on every hex 25c t 1 J b k I- rtd 4 c H I t J 4- d I 1t 1I 1r 1 1 r 1e 1i 1d f 1f 1b 1t 1 I c rd i pIi Ct- tt F 7II 7E 7C I 7rl rl6t 6tsh 6tI 6tg shat sha I atII 3 0 rd 0i i 1 Ma 1i