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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s 1 y u jTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4- 1 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1906 12 Pages NO 31 1 JJ i f U I I I I s II tII I ItiI t I I r 11l y II- ct f5 AWFUL DEATH BY FIRE Of Charles McCarty lleston Three Year Old Son of r- And Mrs Alfred Heston I MOTHERS BRAVE EFFORT TO SAVE CHILDS LIFE Hnrdinsburg Ky Fob 13 Charles McCarty tnA child of Mr and Mrs Afred N Heston was fatally burned at the home of his parents last Fri day morning and died four hours later It seems that the chills cloth- Ing caught fire from a stove in tbe living room of the house When his mother who was the only one at the house reached him bin clothing was a moss of flames but she bravely put them out too late however to save tho little fellows lice All that parental love could suggest and the skill of a physician conld perform was done out to no avail The funeral services were held Satur day afternoon from the M E church- n the presence ot a large congrega ioni of sorrowing relatives and sym pathyzing friends The services were conducted by the Rev Isaiah Clino as listed bv the Rev G S King The nterment way jn the city cemetery Charles McCarty was three and ono tialf years of age and the only child 3o was an unnsally bright child and ils tuture was filled with promise The grief stiicken parents have the lympathy of the entire community in heir sad bereavement IP TO THE DEMOCRATS FranKfort Ky Feb lSThe action f the Republican caucus last week in mnonncing its support of tMr county initu bill has put it up Ifso top fk to the Democrats in the House nd Senate and they will have to how where they stand In Memoriam In memory of Mrs Margaret In ram who died Feb 11 1900 Sleep sweetly mother in your grave Your soul has tound a place Around Gods Holy thrown of grace The light the life the love of home Which we no longer know la gone forever since you died fx long sad years ago I Loving daughter Mrs W N Holt Looks Foward to It korInd Feb aMr Jno U jbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir closed yon will find P 0 Order f 1 fiOO for my subscription to the NewshookI pleasure to the ming of your paper each week and ruse its columns with as much anxi y as if it were a letter from an sent friend Yours respectively Mrs Frank Kiuinger 1 l Honor Roll Irvington Ky Feb 6The follow g pupils of the Irvington Private jhool having attained an average of or over in each subject are entitled- a place on the honor roll this month argaret Jolly Lewis Herndon artherlne Wimp Eliza Piggott arie Jolly Walter Piggott I is an especial distinction to be on a roll this month since the grades a tho semiannual examination re combined withthe dalilv marks obtain the averages Catarrha constitutional disease ijrinating in impure blood tl requiring constitutional tment acting through purifying the blood for radical and permanent 5 Be sure to tak- e6oc1sSarsaparillaT Nasal and other local forms of catarrh ilfcidy relieved by Catarrlets ych aiay inflammation and deodorize toSKsarsaparB ill druggkts 1 SSrriets Mail order only fp cto StwlSonial of remarkable cures t 4C I Beautiful Cloverport Young Lady MISS ELLA l100R IAN SMITH I AT LASTINTRODUCED Bill Creating Beckham County Has Found Its Way Into the House FORDSVILLE COUNTY SEAT Frankfort Ky Feb 9A bill was introduced in the House this morn ing to create the county of Beckham to be sliced off the counties of Breck enridge Grayson Ohio and Butler The bill was introduced by Mr Beard Republican and persons familiar with that section of the State declare that such a county is made the excuse for an emergency cause and it will take not less than fiftyone votes for the bill to pass in the House A similar bill became a law last sessioh but on account of an error in fixing the boundaries it was de clared unconstitutional In fact it is said that the boundary lines fixed in the bill would extend the county into the State of Indiana x Fordsvllle County Seat Under the provisions of the blllFonla yule la made the county seat Three commissioners are to be appointed by Gor J C W Beckham in whose honor the county is named and these commissioners are appointed to obtain suitable grounds for jail court house etc The bill provides that the assess ment of portions of adjoining counties from which it is sliced and the County Clerks of such counties are re quired by the bill to certify to the as sessments and receive for their servic es reasonable compensation The bill provides that the Governor shall appoint the county officers who shall hold office until the next regular State election The county will ibe divided into five magisterial districts until the Fiscal Court is properly organized when more districts may be addedThe of the bill have issu ed in pamphlet from fifty reasonswby the bill should pass but atthe time the pamphlet was issued it was expect ed to carve Beckbam county out of Omo Grayson and Breckenridge county Joined U S Army Mr Artnnr Enson son of Mrs Annie Enson of Fords ville Ky en listed as a private iu the United States Armyon February 7 at 221J W Main St Owensboro Ky at the United States Army Recruiting office at that place Young Enson enlisted for tho Coast Artillery and was sent to Jefferson Barrack St Louis Mo for preliminary training before joining his proper company He paessed an excellent examination and is enthusiastic about bis army prospects for a bright career Undergoing a Change Enron Ky Feb 12Ekron iu con stantly undergoing a change The next great change expected la the marriage of the only old bachelor we have MAKES SPEECH AT HARDINSBURG Senator Johnson Announces Candidacy for Democratic Nomination For Congress COURT ROOM OVERFLOWED Hardinsburg Ky Feb13Senator- Ben Johnson of Bardstown in a speech at the Court House Monday announced his candidacy for the Dem ocratic nomination for congress in this district A crowd that filled the large court room to the donrs heard him and frequently gave him Its applause He said that two counties ot the Fourth district Hardin and La RueI had monopolized congressional honors tor twentyfive years and that Nell son county had not had a congressman for more than sixty years The insurance and railroad rate questions came in for a large share ot his attention He stated that he was as extreme and ultra in his views on those questions as any man In con cluding he said he expected to see every man present and talk with him face to face before the time for nominating the candidate for Congress arrived It is uncertain yet just what sup port Senator Johnson can command in this county The present congressan Bon D H Smith and Senator John son have both been known as antiad ministration Democrats ani both were for Joe Blackburn in the recent senat oral fight The local organization In this county under the leadership of Dr Milton Board and T J Moore has always been strong for the admin istration These two gentlemen have been supposed to be for Dave Smith for a renumlnation but recent develop ments have led some to suspect that they will transfer their allegiance to Johnson It is conceded that Johnson will put up a strong fight and that it Smith defeats him it will DO by the skinof his teeth Leaves For Florida Louisville Ky Feb G 1000Mr Babbage Mr Shaw has been promot ed from transfer clerk at Fulton Ky to a Government position hero at Post office and we have just moved here I will leave for St Augustine Fla and Cuba next week for two months stay in search of health Mi Shaw wUl be here and you can send your paper to my address and he will read it and send to me and oblige Should you like anything for your paper from the Sunny South I will write you a few lines Mrs G B Shaw Considering Canning Factory Ekron Ky Feb 19A canning factory is being seriously considered here This boing a fine soil for fruit and vegetables it no doubt would be I quite a success t7dlTORtEiB-entheiliaKind Bought IIputof bZ WITH THIRTYSEVEN CHARTER MEMBERS llardinsburj Organizes Commer cial ClubB F Beard Elected Chairman TWICE 16 IS NOT 37 HardmsburR Ky Feb 15 Pumi ant to a call a representative gather ing of Htrdinaburgs business men met in County Clork W F Hooks office Saturday evening for tho purpose of organizing a Commercial Club B F Beard was unanimously select ed as chairman of the meeting ana Joe H Pile was elected secretary Upon motion the chair appointed John P Haswell Jr John D Shaw and Joel H Pile as a committee to drift a con stit lion and bylaws for the club to be reported at the next meeting At the suggestion of Judge Moor man Dr W A Walker T 1 Moore and others the secretary was directed to invite a member of the Owensboro Commercial Club to attend the next meeting and deliver an address outlin ing the work to be done by such an organization Those who joined the club are B F Beard Dr W A WalKer J H Pile W U Haswell M H Beatd Leslie Walker Claude Mercer T C Lewis Joe Teatf J T Hook C L Beard Paul Compton Arthur Scott Jesse Whitworth John Hoben Charles P Edmunds Dennie Sherran Wm L Beauchamp CoV Robertson Morris Eskridge C E Haswell J P Haswell Sr Tom Withers T J Moore John D Shaw Ernest Robertson J H Lennon Ar thur Goodman J C DeHaven J P Haswell Ji Milt Miller ins D Shellman Percy M Beard Frank De Haven Dr Jno E Kiucheloe Judge Henry Moorman M D Beard W F HookThe club adjourned subject to the call of the chairman We simply call attention to tne fact that 37 is more than twice 10 and the number 10 used in tills connection will serve to call to mind a certain town that claims to be about twice as large as the county sea- tLatesHlakwood The wedding of Clara I Blackwood daughter of Mrs N C Blackwood to Charles B Bates of Scottdale Pa took place at G oclock Thursday even- Ing at the home of tne bride Tyndale j street and Middetown avenue Shera den PatRev I A Blackwood D D brotner of the bride was officiat ing clergyman and was assisted by Rev U McAllister D D pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian churchI Pittsbnrg Pa Tbe brine wore a wedd sag gown of whitd silk batiste and the veil wlioh fell to the end of her train was caught with lilies of the valley and she carried a shower bou quet of white roses and lilies of the valley Her costume was completed with a diamond brooch tho gift of the groom The maid of honor Miss May R Blackwood a sister to tho bride was gowned in white lace over pink silk The bridesmaid Miss Nellie Blackwood another sister to the bride wore white point de esprite Tho maid of honor carried pink roses and tho bridesmaid white roses Little Esther Blackwooa niece of the bride was flower girl Gregg BlacK wood nephew and Lee Blackwood cousin to the bride were ribbon boys The grooms attendants wore William J PeacocK and George S Pea cock The ushers wore I M F L and Glen Blackwood the brides bro thers The house decorations were beautifully carried cut in roses and Southern smilax A supper and roI caption followed the ceremony The bride presented her maids with gold pins After February 10 Mr and Mrs Bates will be at home to their friends in Scottdale PaFrom a Pittsburg paper St Louis Live Stock Market In order that our readers may have tbe benefit of a reliable market report we have made arrangements witn Messrs Evans Snider Buel Co where by they are to furnish us from their St Louis office at National Stock- Yards Ill a weeky report of the market at that place- EvansSniderBnel Co aro among the largest Live Stock commisson deal ors in the United States with officies at Chicago St Louis Kansas City Omaha anti Ft Worth and it ii with pleasure we have secured their servic es as correspondents to this paper Bargains this weekBabbage Son J RoyPiBaking Absolutely PureMade from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar In baking powder Royal is the standard the powder of highest reputation found bythe United States Government tests of greatest strength and purity- It renders the food more healthful and palat able and is most economical in practical use Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to buyalum powders because they are cheap Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price Housekeepers should stop and think Is it not better to buy the Royal and take no chances the powder whose goodness and honesty are never questionedIs economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate or other adultered po wder to save a few pennies ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK 25 MORE SOULSCONVERTED At Iron Ore Hill Good Meeting Closes With High Interest TO BUILD A CHURCH Iron Ore Hill Ky Feb DEditor News Dear Sir Revs Bowlds and Craig were again in our midst last week and conducted a five days meet ing which resulted in the addition of about twentyfive more newly convert ed souls We are glad to have had these two good brothers with us They are always welcome in out homes and a great deal of good has been accomplished by their having been here We have a churcn now with fifty three members I do not think it will be long before we will have a church house at this place We have five subscriptions started this week for the purpose of raising money to build a house of worship Our solicitors are meeting with flattering success Rev Craig failed to get here on Jan 28 on account of illness in his family to baptise the new church members So he has announced that he will be here April 2 to baptise tne forty candi dates Tho baptising will take place atSpringsFrom and a church worker COUNTY COURT CONVENED MONDAY Hardinsburg Ky Feb 13 Judge Cbelf convened court at U oclock Mon day The grand jury was impaneled and instructed by the Commonweaths Attorney J R Layman F K Rhodes was appointed foreman of the Grand Jury It is composed of the following well known gentlemen WN Pate S T Rice F K Rhodes Luther Marr T H Moorman J R Mattingly Milt Tate W Jolly Abel Gillingwater R D St Clair W Boanchamp M L Gregory When the Grand Jury retired to their room the court called the ordinary appearance docket and judgments and orders were taken in several cases Judge Chelf adjourned court until Tuesday morni- ngNOTICE The annual supper of Breckenridge Lodge No 01 K of P will bn held in Oelzes Hall on Thursday evenine Feb 22 1000 All Knights their families and the families of deceased Knights are cordially invitedThe ARTHUR FORD- SUCCEEDS SANDERS As Treasurer of Columbia Finance And Trust Co Of Louis ville FORD WELL KNOWN HERE Louisville Ky Feb 7Major H V Sanders this atternoon resigned as treasurer of the Columbia Finance and Trust company This action war tak en because ot ill health and the resig nation was accepted with regret by directorsMr Y Ford was elected to succeed Major Sanders as treasurer Mr Ford was formely managing editor of the CourierJournal Mr Ford is a graduate of Centra college and has for years been la the newspaper business here having been managing editor of the CourierJourn al Ho recently retired from the paper and was associated with R E Hughes in the pnblcution of a commercial paper Helhas taKen active part in local commercial uctivitiesand his selection is considered a good one Mr Ford was chairman of the body which raised a sum of money to aid in securing a proper appropriation for Kentucky at the worlds fair Later when the state appropiated 100000 Mr Ford was named as chairman of the commission which disbursed the money He was named for this place by Governor BecKbam Born In Owensboro Mr Arthur Ford was born in Owens boro and is u son of Captain S H Ford Ho went to Louisville from Owensboro about ten years ago to ac cept a position as manager editor of the Courier Journal Mr Ford married one of Cloverporta most popular young ladies and is well known here One Gallon and a half tin bucket lOo cash this week Babbago Son New Bank Building Ekron Ky Feb 19Our new bank building will be ready for occupancy by March 1 This is one of the most modern built banks in this part of the state It is a handsome two story brick building with a fire proot vault and other modern conveniences necess ary to conduct a safe business Mrs Elizabeth Puilam went to Holt Saturday oa ATOitXAB- entimeThe Kind You Haw Atan Bostfit Blgutvt i- of 1 j I rI I 1 Il M fL7 i L j t t I I l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 190 MEFORDOKLAHOMA Description of ItDr Alqremei of Irvington Represents Its Interests Here Dr L 13 Moreman of Irvington 11 interested in the town descibted in tIll clipping below He has agents over the county and an investment tboug Dr Mrofuwn would aonbtless be pn fitnbk The description follows In toy opinion there is no invest ment as ante or as productive of big re suits in a shott lime as investment in anew town in Oklahoma The towns nrl bound to grow if they are situated right because towns are needed There is a new town in the north urn part of Okahoiua tbat I bavo had iny eye on for the past two or three yenru It has been settled almost en tirely by Kentucky people and will I believe became almost ns large a city as Shawnee It has onlyI about 1400 or 1500 people at the present time but is situated on the west beautiful site I have ever seen It ie teat etl almost in the center of Grunt coon ty and has t ro railroads running north and south and east and west The name of the town is Medford nd it is called The Kentucky Town of Oklahoma It is the largest town iIn the county today and the only wwi in the county with two railroads Tbo present county seat is Pond Creek situated near the southern edge but ns soon as Oklnhoma is made a State Medford will be the county seat Gina county by the way is just belov Sumner county Kansas the gicates wheat county in the world and I be lievo as soon as it is developed Gran county will bo a close rival Never in my life have I seen such beautify and riot as productiveforty bushels of wheat is the average yield Be sides its wheat the county raises ia great deal of cattle The town ot Med- ford has plenty of room for growth its nearest rival being thirty miles away There is a new railroad bUilding through toe town from Hunniwtll Kan to Wooaward Okla Beside these three roads a Canadian compan has bought the right of way througl Medford to the Unit of Mexico Th railroads have recently placed tbei shops there and three manufacturer have established themselves there wits in the past four months The town has two banks two wholesale jobblnj houses is well lighted by gas and elec trioltj has water works and seweragi system also two big grain elevators a flour mill and a nice opera house 1 believe the town is just reidy now fo U big growth and four or Hvt year will Eel it u town of six or seven 01 maybe ten thousand people 1 dontt set how it can help but reach these IJgnres They have recently struck oil there and this will give things an ImiHtns The towu is represented here by the Rook lalnnd Lot and Land Company in the Urban building Louisville Courier Journal A Habit to He Encouraged The mother who tins acquired the habit of keeping H bottle of Chamber laind Counts Huuiedy saves hers If iIt great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coti hp colds and croup to which children zre susceptible art quickly cured by its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia and It given as soon as tho tirst tiyuiptoins or croup appear it will pievent the attnck This re medy contains nothing injurious and mothers give it to little onus with a feeling ot perfect security Sold hy Short x Hnynes- Illlnil tlexs AVunilcrful Memory 1511ml Alex who lived lu Stirling Scotland from ISO to about 110 had the most wonderful memory of which any account has ever been recorded IIo was familiarly known as Tho Com plete Concordance on account of the fact that he knew the entire Old and New Tentaments by heart lie was tested a halt dozen or more different tunes bcforo the Scottish Society of Ad vanced Learning and always succeeded in conviiiniiK the professors that ho was all thut had been claimed for him If any sentence In the entire Bible was repented to him ho would Instantly mune chapter and verse or If the book chapter and verse were named he could give tho exact wrongs of the quotation Uncrr Shale of Affairs Mrs OBrien Phwnt medicine did Mike find the boat Mrs RolllySor tor a know Ol know lie took so much tv It ho was sick foe tin days ater ho tot well Boston Transcript CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 4of 1 awaN www Mwrw MfWVWIIt 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 A Daily Paper and a Weekly Paper for one year at 2 is a most liberal offer and no one should neglect this opportunity Sit dowrv and send- is 2 IISit down and send us 200 and the paper will come to your address We do not know how much longer we I will be able to make this I offer Better do it now I right now Send orders to Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky ECCENTRIC PARSONS STORIES OF ENGLISH CLERGYMEN WITH ODD WAYS A Hector Wlio Mini n llama Ior Col loclltiK A Curate Who 31 u ill 11 Con LiiNt Fortythree Yriirn Iteiinirku l Ic SuvlitBH Front Honker Incoiuen Many stories are told of an eight eenth century Leicestershire parson the Her Sir Ilagcinore of Calthori who had a mania for collecting say the London Tit Rlts When he died he left behind him oO gowns and cassocks 100 pairs ol boots 400 pairs of shoes 80 wigs not one of which he hail eve worn told 100 pairs of brooches In addition to this extensive wardrobe he had accumulated 30 wheelbarrows 20 pickaxes iiOO spades 74 ladders 5S dogs 80 wagons and earls SO plow he never used one of them 210 razor and an enormous number of walking sticks for which a toy tuna gladly offered is Mr Ilagcmoro had two servants ono of each sex both of whom he looked In their bedrooms every night and It wus through this precautionary mensur that he lost his life As he was wall lug In his garden very early 0110 morn ing his dogs leaped on him and throv him Into a pond The servants hears their masters cries for help but n- they were locked In they could not go to his assistance and the reverend gen tlemuu was drowned his hoardings go lug to his next of kin a London porter It is a good many years now since the Hov John Trucman of Daventr departed this life leaving behind hut tho sung fortune of L50000 the aceu mulatloii of a niggardly lifetime Some remarkable stories are told of Mr Trucmans miserly habits how he would take turnips from his parish loners fields and then beg pieces of bacon to boll with his purloined veg ctables und how he would Invite him self as guest to the houses of his fool In turn and pull the worsted out of the corners of the blankets to darn hh stockingsA remarkable clerical rnlsei still was the Rev Morgan Jones n Berkshire curate of a century or so ago During the whole of Mr Jones fortythroo years curacy of Blewbury it is said a single coat and lint servci him When his coat showed too pal pablo signs of wear he would cut out apiece of Its tails and patch the torn 01 worn part with it until In process 01 time the tails vanished altogether and the quondam coat was converted Into a Jacket with a patch for almost every day In time year When his hat sImilar- ly showed the ravages of time he np proprlatod the head covering of a scare crow and used it for repairing the dam age Ills one and only shirt underwent the sumo patching and renovation It tails following those of the coat while the curates stockings underwent ac many processes of darning that not a vestige of the original and only pall remained by the tinge he hind no furthei use for them For the last twenty years of his lIfo Mr Jones household expenses never exceeded half a crown n week Ho Invariably retired at sunset to save the cost of candles and in tho coldest weather never allowed himself the lux ury of n fire except on Sundays nUll then tho fire was made from sticks picked up In the roads and churchyard Ills menu wns limited to breadl- and bacon and tea and a half quarter loaf lasted him a week For little short of half a century this old clergy mat lived on his fees and saved his In come of LSO n year while subscribing liberally to religious societies and glv ing marry a pound to his needy parish loners What a thrifty parson can do on n miserly small income was shown by a one time curate of Thulkeld In Cum berland Alexander Naughley whose entire Income was is 15s a year Mr Naughley lived absolutely shone slept on n bed of straw and cooked his own scanty food but ho never failed to present a respectable appearance to the world while not a word of complaint ever passed his lips A very eccentric parson was the Rev Langton Freeman an old time rector of Bilton In Warwickshire who left the following strange instructions for his funeral For four or five days after my decease I would not be removed out of the place or bed I shall die on and then I would be carried or laid in the samo bed in the summer house In my garden to be laid in the same bed there and to be wrapped in a strong double winding sheet the door and windows to be locked and bolted the building to be planted around with evergreen plants and fenced oft with Iron or oak pales and painted of a dark blue color and for the duo perform ance of this and for keeping the build- Ing etc always In repair I give to my lephow Thomas Freeman the manor ot Whllton etc Shortly before Dr Domes death ho gave Instructions for a largo wooden urn to be made and then summoned an artist to paint his portrait in this ashlon Several charcoal fires were made in ins study thou Donne came In with his winding sheet in his hand lo wrapped himself up In the sheet and thus appareled ho placed himself on the urn with his eyes shut and the sheet Just sulllcleiitly pulled aside to show his pale emaciated face which no turned toward time east whence ho expected the coming of the Saviour When the picture was finished he caused It to 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SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky NNeeN eeteeeeeeeNeNeeeeeNN Kentuckys Old Home Week An invitation has just reached me to be present at Louis ville to enjoy the celebration of the above named week The artistic qualities and the poetic sentiment of the program sentII out by the Louisville Commercial Club are all that could be asked This invitation arouses n now loyalty in my heart and I shall be present if it is possible Let me make through your excellent columns two sug gestions to the sons of Breckenridgo county The first is that we arrange for either an afternoon or evening gathering in Louisville on Thursday or Friday of the week when all those 2 present who were born in Breckenridgo can have a reunion o Addresses might bo made by Col Thomas T Crittenden and other prominent sons of the old soil and an hour be given to o social mingling when the old friendships could be renewed o and perhaps some stories told of the old days in Brcokenridgo 0 I would like to suggest the name of Mr Logan C Murray to + have the mutter in charge and call to his assistance as man as 1 ho deems necessary t In the second place I would suggest that arrangements be t made for a gathering at Cloverport or some other point in tho i county say on Monday following tho week at Louisville Lot- usT Z have nt that meeting some of the noted sons of Breckenridgo i- ita make speeches and have a good social time together It bo a good plan to call a meeting of citizens at an early and name a committee to have charge of the matter and all the details Thero must be a largo number of people from your county who live away from there and a goodly number of them could be brought back to the State for a visit if the proper effort were made There ought to bo a secretary in tho county who would endeavor to get into communication with every one who has gone out from the homo and secure tho cooperation of all Tho longer I am away from the old associations the stronger be comes my attachment to them and the more anxious I become visit the old home just as often as I can It may be so with I Let us have a splendid Breckenridge ita celebrationS 0 February 6 19- 06eNNNNNNNNNNIN eNNNe NNNNee1N1 Snrptttsnge Owen Wlster the novelist was once criticising the work of n literary be ginner Now here said Mr WIster slash lug his blue pencil through nn entire manuscript pagehero is arrant su perfluity and surplusnge In what way do these 100 words help your story In no way On time contrary they hinder they impede It These written words are mere surplusage as so many of our spoken words are mere surplusage They resemble the useless questions that wo ask A man stood before a mirror In his room his face lathered and an open razor In his hand Ills wife came In She looked at him anti said Are you shaving The man a too to surplusage re plied fiercely No I am blacking the kitchen range t Where are youout driving or at a matinee A poor Trade Yes said the African chieftal pleasantly I gave eight mules tor m wife and I must say that I got had 1SoThats what It was found a Ct of swapping eight for oneLoulsvi Courier Journal s Nellie ls Nemesis Is lame but she Is of col sal stature and sometimes while 1 sword Is not yet unsheathed i stretches out her huge left arm a grasps her victim The mighty han Invisible but the victim totters unj tho dlro clutch George Eliot j Thrust Upon hintttj glow did stupid old Boresom get n reputation for witII Ho was once Interviewed by a Rant young reporter MInuea Journal subscribe for the News nh rc r n r- C The Breckenridge News = WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 1003 EJGOV LESLIE tAT HARDINSBURG Was Guest of ills Niece Mrs Mary C Ford Saturday And Sunday HAS WONDERFUL MEMORY Hardinsburg Feb oFtrmer Governor Preston H Leslie ot Helenea Montana was the honored guest of his niece Mrs Mary C FordI Saturday and Sunday The Governoi is on a trip to Kentucky to see relatives He is 87 years of age but being a well preserved man looks folly 20 years younger Sunday Mrs Ford en tertained at dinner and the following guests wore invited to meet him The Rev Gabe S King B F Beard Col D R Murray Judge Mathias Miller and Hon G W Beard Many citi zens of the town called on the Governor during his visit here He is a splendid conversationalist and has espy engaging manners His memory is Wonderful and he draws upon it at willI for incidents and reminiscences jo illustrate and point his remarks He has had an interesting ant event ful career and honors have been be stowed upon him that are rarely governorterms and was olocted over John M Hailan now associate justice of supreme court of the U S Atter his retirement from the governorship he was elected twice to the office of circuit judge in his district and it is said that he always opened every term of court with prayer In 1886 President Grover Cleveland appointed him Governor of Montana and Cleveland during his second term appointed him U S Dis trict Attorney for that State He is now engaged in the active practice of law in Helena He left Monday for Nashville to attend the wedding of a granddaughter Be expects to return to Kentucky during the homecoming week in June Though he has lived in Montana for 10 vears he still declares that Kentucky is the best and greatest state in the union a sentiment in which all Kentuckians heartily join l F E B We heard a man say the other morn ing that the abbreviation for Fetru DrvFebmeans Freeze every body find that man looKed trozen in his uls ter It was apparent that he needed tho Kind of warmth that stays the If warmth that reaches from head to lfoot all over the body We could have told him from personal know fl3ge that Hoods Sarsaparila gives permanent warmth it invigorates the bblood and speeds it along through ar tery and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to enjoy cold leather and resist the attacks of disr ease It gives the right wind of warm stb stimulates and strengthens at the same time and its benefits are lasting There may be a suggestion in th is tor youAdv SAMPLE sheriff was in town yesterday F Miller was in Indiana Sun IThe Basham Illinois was here 4 arl Armstrong has purchaseda ndsome pair oi mules i JO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable JJjtAJmost1 everybody who reads the news ipMers is sine to know of the wonderful and cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and is r Wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou i bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst f form of kdney trouble Dr Is not reei Khmerseverytthl but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found rJust the remedy you need IItt has been tested Z privateJpractlcechase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement ha- hbeen by which all readers of this pacr ots tillingt more about SwampRoot and how to fflnd out If you have kidney or bladder trouble lyhen writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Wnd your address to IrDr Kilmer Sc Co Bing Ther great nine made regular fifty cent a nom otswtmptt 4dQllar sizes are sold by all good druggist Dont make any mistakebutremmberfthe name SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swtonu mr and the address Blnghamte lit A er1 bottle Yr A TRAINED NURSE After Years of Experience Advises Women in Regard to Their Health Mrs Martha Pohlraa of 55 Chester Avenue Newark N J who is 0 graduate Nurse from the Ulockley Training School at Philadelphia and for six years Chief Clinic VhiladelphloHospital printed below She has the advantageofpersonal experience besides her professional education and what she has to say may be absolutely relied uponMany other women are afflicted as she was They can regain health in the same way It is prudent to heed such advice from such a source Mrs 1ohlmnn writes I am firmly persuaded experienceithVegetable Compound that It is the safest and best medicine for any suffering woman to UM Immediately after my myhealthcame weak and pale with bearlngdownpalnteartul quent dizzy spells The doctors prescribed for me yet I did not improve I would bloat frequentlybecome hs Marlbapoblman pains down through my limbs so I could hardly walk It was as bad a case of female trouble as I have ever known Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound however cured me within four months Since that time I have had occasion to recommend it to a number of patients suffering from nil forms of female difficulties and I find that while it is considered unprofessional to rec VegetableCompound female ills where all other medicine fails It L a grand medicine for sick women Money cannot buy such testimony as thismerit alone can produce such re sults and the ablest specialists now agree that Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound is the most univer sally successful remedy for all female diseases known to medicine When women are troubled with ire regular suppressed or painful periods weakness displacement or ulceration of the female organs that bearing down feeling inflammation backache bloating or flatulence general debili ty indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excita Im 28 M over of the so old for 33 m near me men of mL mL am m wad the of Grace few with his the of ber Mrs A and were here and her aunt Mrs L The the the of Mr and Jr was Dew for Feb 10 beds hero to burg on K his and Mrs of near her Mrs E last was in last ween and some work Rev K B the call to this and will the first tha sleeplessnessto be left blues and hopelessness they remem ber there one and true E Vegetable Com at once such No in tho world has such widespread and unqualified endorsement needlesssufferingofwomehfromdiseases to sec The which pay to who do not is an waste The pain is and the is saved by E CompoundIt ill to write Mrs at The Mrs is the daughterinlaw of E her for years her and for five giventoence covers many hits had to deal with of cases just like Her confidentIal Lydia f Plnkhams Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall 1I1 Lcitchfield Ky January 1905 fi I notice from county paper you are in a hot contest the saloon question I certainly hope the I L goodcitizens Cloverport vigorousi light you are jjl making with paper will the men bad fifgl IDX that they will nevci again bother rood Cloverport andJthat line Wo have had prohibition here E it has been a and grand success Cloverport seems d and dear to as I many ago transacted much Ml business with the business that town have all 11now1 away save a few Ml c Wishing you and the people a clear victory rnoe1 the whiskeyrn1m I your friend fi- iMlb B Tilford W Vermont Robbiifs Hardinsburg guest Miss Floyd Armstrong Oensboro is spending a days parents Miss Mamie Miller was guest graud mother SundayMisses Rosa Dowell Kate Furrow Helleu Robbins visiting SundayMiss Lillian Beach Hillspent Friday Saturday with D nowell party given to young people Saturday night at home Mrs Alfred Adkins quite a success Drop RAYMOND Items week ending Alva Wright has returned from Stan leyPeople have finished burning tobacco plant Miss Pearl Mays Webster attended church Winfield Hendry went Monday business U Hendry West Point visited mntner Sunday Monday DICK Avitt Lodiburg visited S I West week Miss Essie Cashman Brand enburg shopping having dental done English accepted place change his appointment from Sunday to second want alone feelings should is tried remedy Pinkhams pound removes troubles other female medicine received money they doctors help them enormous cured money Lydia Pinkham Lynn Mass present Pinkham Lydia Pinkham assistant many before decease twenty years which years she probably dozens yours advice is strictly Dear John your rood edited with your beat saloon years great years who past good clean demon truly b Powell Hunter Dowell Sunday Branden mother Lydia Mr and Mra Wlnfreld Hendry little son and daughter Mr and Mrs Cash man and daughter and Louis Hampton visited at G W Cashmans Satur day and Sunday The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to taro and certian in act aways use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Havnes Cloverport A GREAT OFFER Farm Journal five years 75 Breckenridge News one year 100 175 BOTH FOR 100 By special arrangement with the publishers of the Farm Journal Philadelphia we aro enable to of fer both papers for 100 to every new advancepaying subscriber and to every old subscriber who pays in advance the Breckonridgo News one year and tho Farm Journal live years both papers for 100 tho price of ours alone The Farm Journal is 29 years oldand enjoys great popularity adapted to the circulation in every state and is one of tho most use ful interesting and trustworthy farm papers published This offer should be excepted without delay as it only holds for a limited time ANOTHER HISTORY OF CLOVERPORT Cloverport is situated in Brecken ridge County Kentucky on the south bank of the Ohio River about one bun dred miles south west of Louisville- It was first settled in the autumn of 1804 by Joe Houston when this country was a vast wilderness Houston gave tile land east of the creeK to Col Murray his son 1n latt who together with Horace Newton laid out the present site of the town and named It Joeville in honor of Joe HoustonIt this name for several vears lint was finally changed to its present name by river men who wher asked Wnat port you make next would reply Cloverport The creek which divides the town into two parts took its name port from the wild clover CloverI on its banks ahonndnntlv when Houst on came to the wilderness The first house that was ever bull in Cloverpoit was the old Murray prop erty which stood above tho Presbytei ian church but has In years passed gone to ruin Mr John Newton father of Horace Newton was the first white child born in Cloverport and Charlie Bates was known as Uncle Charlie Bates was the first colored child born IE CloverportIn there was a furniture store opened in a log house on the other side of the creek by Mr M Hammaii my grandpa but later on be moved tc this side of the creek where he re mained in business until his death Oct 100J The first news paper was printed by Mr John Shouse but it was not equal in value to our present weenly edition the Brenkenridge News About eighteen years ago the L H St L railroad was built tnrongh here and this together with the Ohio rivet affords our little city great com mercial advantages Cloverport now embraces an erea of about three hundred acres with a population of about 1750 inhabitants four schools two public and two pri vate six churches Baptist Methodist Presbyterian Catholic and two colored churches two banks post office printine office livery teed stable groceries confectioneries and a number of stores all of which would be a credit to a town twice the size of Clo verportIThe most leading business enterprises of Cloverport are the L H St L machine snops Polk canning factory Iron foundry Ice plant Brick plant Tiln Roofing Plant and Star Roller Mills which give employment to hun dreds of labors On the 13 ot March 1JOl the town was almost destroyed by fire caused by the bursting of n gas pipe Three hundred people were homeless and all of the business houses were burnt except one the post office print ing office hank and two churches swept aWRY in the course of a few hours and nothing remained of the bust ness portion of tho town but a smolder ing mass of ruins But regardless of this great financial loss most of the nooses have rebuilt with more modern and up to date buildings and Cloverport gives every evidence of equaling if not succeeding her former self not only in apoearence but in bnpiness and enterprise Byron Whitehead NoteBryon is the son of Mr and Mrs Ed Whitehead ot this city and this little history he has written won high honors at the city school Failed All efforts have failed tc find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubl s than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the longs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I hud a bad cold in my lunge and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommend Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it tho greatest cough and lung medicine in the worldSold by A R Fisher Hutcliery In AVnr In one of Du Guescllns victories so many English were taken captive that even the humblest soldier among the lGun Ii hud one or more prisoners The victors however fell to quarreling and 111 feeling becoming rife In tho French army in consequence of these quarrels over the prisoners Du Gues clln ordered nil the captives to be butchered and the brutal order was canled out low She Knew Mr McSosh What was It that made you think Id been drinking last night Mrs McSosh Oh I dont know I suppose tho fact that you were fearfully drunk hnd as muck to do with it as- inythingClevelaud Lender A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES tchlnc Blind Bleeding Protruding flies rucilsts are authorized to refund money If- PAlO OINTMENT fulls to cure In 0 to 14 lays 50c xaLLsVEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer A highclass preparation For the hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hairIt1 fTKStfoffisXgW t Ntt001N Ott NON4 N s0O44Nr ONOOt N04 Od i Bankof Hardinsburgt Surplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 i OFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAul COMPTON Assistant Cashier J DIRECTORS J Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson ij Insured against loss by fire or burglary t Interest paid on time deposits MN N+N + 44 + NNN NNONNMi eoee First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePreEiden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits r THE Fifth Avenue i I Ij HOTEL I Louisville Ky 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr U J + hu FiguresOn I OnFarms The most In the 1200 rate 1 from tbe v and two H the m ifofcityi If sell your farm for f100 an acre and buy it back for an acre You would do it If you can buy the 1100 land for some else the proposition is just as can buy it in the Southwest shouldnt do ill If you wish to Know more I A 1books1 I nn A YOUR OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST Will improve it That vast territory embraced iu the boundaries of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas Mexicoi- s more than a laud of full It is the land of the full the full the full pocketbook the full cup of happiness Iu a word the successful for our illustrated and get the 75 per cent of the ONE WEY for the Half Fare plus 2 One First and Tuesdays in January February n1es111K the urIn the little state of Ron it 1ms been the custom from time Immemorial for by the river Danube to keep the Christmas feast by n peculiar ceremony blessing the river 1hls used to be out on a scaffolding on the river but to an acci dent when the Ice broke raid hun of people were drowned it Is now held upon the bank The people wear turbans of paper and carry long wands Some are dress ed to represent Biblical characters The conducted by priests lasts halt an hour and then the Ice Is and a small wooden cross Into the water Then rush Into the IIcy river after this em blem and tho who secures It is supposed to be assured of good luck for the year centrally located ard only firstclass hotel city waking a Only one block principal shopping district blocks from principal theatres i you could today tomorrow 110 ItO where Rood You Why you HILTON General a you and New dinner pails barn larder Write booklets details RATE Round Trip Way Third and Balkan mania towns called carried erected frozen owing dreds colored white service about broken thrown people person great coming Full information un request I GEO II LEE G P A II J McGUIRE D P A ILittle Rock Ark Cincinnati L JAdvmirliiK Is your daughter going to make her debut this season Mrs Iarvenue No Indeed Mine 1akln attends to all that We dont have to do our own sewing no more Knltlraorc Amcrlwm she Saw 11 Srowl Theo Mlnnle1 never noticed before that this mirror hud a wrinkle In It Ma mlel thought you were able to see wrinkles In nay mirror you looked Into CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drvpelsts CONSUMPTION t r I u i ll 1 1 1 I r I i i hr he r y I II 1fIIIIIlfJIUJI V ruanner u br THE BIiECKENRIDGENEWS JNO D and V Q BABBAQE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering Ia change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1906 THOUGHTS Good humor and generosity carry the day with the popular heart all the world over Alexander Smith ViCTOKvI l Local option CiovKitiOUT has two young historians A SKATIXO rink for Clovcrport Fun for the high rollers THIS is St Valentines daybut be careful now dont get mad LAST Wednesday we were skating today we are playing shies TJIK Council meets Monday night to consider electric light franchise bids SKXATOU OWKX stated to the News that ho was in favor of the County Unit Bill THK sympathy of the county goes out to Mr and Mrs Alfred Moston in the awful death by fire of their darling baby DAtviiTKit is oil on a visit and how we miss her Now honest is there anything on earth sweeter than that daughter of yours ifJjNu r Ti i KIJK tine five dealers in Clovcrport holding government license to sell beer or whisky Two have straight out retail license And still there is no evidence TIm administration bosses at Frankfort arc quiet on the County Unit Bill In other words this means that they have flopped over to the right side for one time QUIt correspondent at Ekron says that that town is constantly un dergoing a change and the correspondent wrote that the next great change will he the marriage of Ekrons last old bachelor IK you have stopped the News dont be found guilty of reading a borrowedcopy Thats one of the last things a man ought never to do You are lowering your own standard of manhood as well as try jng to starve the editor and his family COl BKX JOHNSON spoke to a large audience at llardinsburg last Monday lIe made a fine impression on his hearers lie is away above the average speaker a pleasant voice fine delivery und speaks to the point Senator Johnson is in the race to win he says and Col Ben generally gets what he goes for OUGHT TO BE d PROVISION There ought to be a provision in the ordinance granting parties the right to establish and maintain an electric light plant in the city whereby the city could purchase the plant and operate it if it so de sired after a stated number of years It has already been demon strated in a number of large cities both in this country and in Eng land that a municipality can operate its own light and water plant at a great saving to the people COL JJKJV JOJfASOJV CANDIDATE We announce with pleasure the candidacy of the Hon Ben John son of Barxlstown Nelson county for Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Johnson is a man of character stand ing and a high order statesmanship A shrewd politician and a man among men lie is well equiped to represent the old Fourth in the Lower House of Congres- sCOILlfERCIdL CLUB dT I1ARDIXSBURG A Commercial Club has been organized at llardinsburg with thirtyseven charter members They are drafting a constitution and prospects arc bright for a widenwake hustling club The News extends commendations and congratulations and hopes to see the club bring our county scat into the front rank with the county seats of some of our more progressive sister counties To be frank there is much for a Commercial Club or somebody to do at llardinsburg as well as Cloverport Neither of the towns arc blessed with those two conveniences electric lights and water workswhichstand for progress Cloverport and Hardinsburg have been in existence a hun dred years and more and what should have been done ten yes fifteen years ago stands today undone While a Commercial Club can not directly establish an electric plant or water works in a town it can indirectly work to that end and unitedwith the town council and mayor can workwonders and can give to deadened towns new life and progress The Commercial Clubs of both Clovcrport and Hurdinsburrre we wishwell and may not their interest grow lukewarm after a few months of organization A S OF E AT HARDWSBURG The American Society of Equity met at llardinsburg Monday re elected all the old officers and transacted other business connected with the order Reports from committees on tobacco acreage were not as complete as they should have been but they were fairly good reports considering the number of active workers in tho county If farmers all over the county could realize the importance of these reports and the influence they will have on the price of their products it seems to us that none should hesitate to furnish them It doesnt matter whether a man belongs to th3 order or not ho is interested or should be in obtaining tho best prices for its product When it is a settled fact that tho size of tho crop has all to do with the price and the other fact of knowing what it is it goes without saying that the farmer as wellas the buyer knows just what to do Tho sooner tho farmers get in touch with each other and regulate their business the sooner will they get their just dues It wont do for one farmer to wait on his neighbor to do all tho work either all must lend a helping hand and stand together Stand by your order and stand by your men who are doing the work Every school district in tho county should be or ganized No matter if you dont raise tobacco you raise corn wheat hogs and cattle and statistics of these products are just as important as they are on tobacco Tho business of this country is based on statistics The government couldnt run a day without theso reports DISREGARD FOR LAW One of the paramount evils of today is disregard for law This evil does not exist only in far off New York or Chicago but is ob viously in existence in our little city This disregard for law begins at home A handsome healthy blueeyed boy comes into the home His plrents are blinded in their love for him tho child is their ambition This little follow is reared from infancy and grows to bo of responsible mind The mother com mands him to do a task a very small ono it may be the boy whimp ers the mother recedes and the command is not obeyed This command is law This is the first disregard for law shown by the child Presently the boy is at school hero the teachers rules are disregarded and here we havo the two first great laws disobeyed tho law of the home the law of the school The penalty for the disobedience to these two simple laws is slight in sonic cases it is naught The boy is a man now He has sworn to obey the laws of his country his state his county and his town Soon after he has taken this solemn oath of allegiance to his country ho finds temptations standing boldly in his path of life The temptations may bo many and varied Whatever tho temptation is this man from infancy to manhood has known no obedience to laws and now at this late day the crisis of his life why should he If the temptation is to gamble this man yields he knows no laws If the temptation is to get whisky he will secure whisky it matters not how foul the method this man knows no law The temptation may be so low as to sell whisky even to sell it without being given the right to do so by his country or community This man knows no law has no respect for the rights of his fellow maul and the violation of the law is but a drop of water in the sea to him Ljcal option law state law or national law is of no concern to him He has no regard for law and unless the penalty of the law is wrought this man of lifelong diso bedience will continue to disregard law It is paramount then that we should in our homes begin the enforcement of law and not wait untilsuch disregard for Inwthllt is now obvious in Cloverporttoarise before we take action AWfUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS Terrible Scaly Humor in Patches All Over the BodySkin Cracked and BleedingItching Unbear ableCured by Cuticura in Thirty Days at Cost of 475 ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA I was afflicted with psoriasis for thirt five years It was in patches all over my body I used three cakes of Soap six boxes Cuticura Ointment and two ottles of Cuti cura Resolvent I bathed with the Soap applied the Ointment once a day and took the Resolvent as di rected In thirty days 1 was completely cured and I think permanently as it was about five years ago The psoriasis first made its appear ance in red spots generally formlnga circle leaving in till center aspot about the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh In a short time the affected circle would form a heavy dry scale of a white grnduallydropby bathing or using oil to soften them the flesh would be perfectly raw and a light discharge of bloody substance would ooze out That scaly crust would form again in twentyfour hours It was worse on my arms and limbs al mybodyscales remain too long without remov ing by bath or otherwise the skin would crack and bleed I suffered intense itching worse at nights after getting warm in bed or blood warm by exercise when it would be almost unbearableTo it all up I would not go through such another ordeal of affliction for thirtyfive years for the State of Kansas signed W M Chidester Hutchinson Kan April 20 1905- Cutlcuri Sep Ointment and rill are wad throughout the world Inttrr Drue k Clum Corp Sole 1rop Iloiton ojTMiUed free llow to Cure Tortuiiog llumori Mr and Mrs D Stuart Miller Jr were in Owensboro last weekDavid Thursdayfrombeen visiting Mr and Mrs Kobt Witt for six weeks Mr and Mrs Till Pauley were in the city last week from Bed ford Ind visiting friend and relativesEdward Bowno is in St Louis representing tho Murray Roof Tile Co Mr Bpwno will bo gone a month establishing a trade and introducing his companys roof ing in the Western city Obituary The Lord has seen fit to call brother Alexander Petty from the land of the livingMr Petty was born Oct 17 1858 died Jan 2I9 1000 age 48 years 3 months and tnreo days He was a faithful honest upright Christain gentleman lived a member of the ban test church for about 00 years He was a hard working man well thought of by all and a good provider for his fainiy He married in 1885 to Mary J Pry To them were three children born two boys and ono girl The mother and children survive him and also many friends Ho had always been proven to be faithful at all times and all of his friends regreted to give him up But we feel that our loss was heavens gain Ho told his fami ly he was willing and ready to go shook hands and fellasleep A Friend PATESVILLE Welcome to the News B F Arbra Is on the sick list Mint Clark was in Cloverport Friday on businessMiss Lynch is visiting rela tives at Mattingly John Arbra made a business trip to Mattingly Saturday evening Dr J T Milner was in Hawesvillo Wednesday attending the medical as sociation John Newton and sister Lassie of Cloverport wre tne guests of Miss Emma Cark Sunday of last week Messrs Uord Dunns and B Philips came up from Owensboro Saturday afternoon to spend a few days with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Steve Flowers near this place entertained at their homo on last Saturday evening Those pre sent from this place wflreMisscs Anna Lamb Emma Clark and Dr Millner N F Mr and Mrs W B Perkins havo re turned from a delightful trip to Nash ville where they were the guests of Mr H H Saunders who Is train de spatcher for the sonhorn division of L is Just received a spring line of shoes Taul Bates McQuady Miss Same Hawkins New Bethel closed her school Friday at flaleDell withrecitations and an excelent treat Miss Haw kins is a promising young teacher and is now gone to be with her parents in Nebraska Willie Jarrett and family Louisville arrived last week to make Sample their home once more Glasscock Co 9 V Successors to C He- elerGLENDEANE KY Vulcan Plows Globe Fertilizers Oliver Chill Plows Paints Here it is Again Glasscock Co are dealers in Fertilizers and To bacco Grower and willsell at cash prices only rHere are their prices Canyon better yourself If not go to them and close a contract for your coming crop lQ handle the best Fertilizer and it is made only by the Federal Chemical Co and sold only through Globe Fer tilizer Co of Louisville u j I Specials 2 Boxes Brass Shoe Nails 5c1Roasted Coffee 10c per jRemember too we handle the best and only plow on the market and that is the Vulcan Chill Plow Vo also handle the Oliver Chill Plow Paints and Moral Boards the best that is made we have fWe are called the Plow Kings of Glcndeane because we havo sold more plows hero 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 d We guarantee our prices to bo lower than any others IWhy 1some one will ask Because we sell for cash and cash only Our Prices on Fertilizer and To bacco Grower Per Ton Potash Special All Fine Goods 1825 Globe Grain Grower 2050 Big Four Tobacco Grower 2375 Ky Standard Tobacco Grower 2700 If you find you can save money by buying of us write us and we will send you contract to fill out Remember We are always yours to please Glasscock C- GLENDEANEK r i i1 luoreso1h i tltn a rvlowod by a br- iergDllnneapti tr x f i I I i i 1 I 1fe art Pt ti ra f1 11- a 1c c 1 DG Id Itif ItK ifI ifn jIhi c egery peen r- yhoh ttpmugffiidot PVben sand lr Kl mto- iregula doparDon nntLIC RQQgfC I ttL II THE BRECKENRIDGEa j NEWS iII = MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 190G PAl TWO HULL HOUSE MISSJANE ADDAMS TUB PATRO SAINT OF A MOST REMARKABLE INSTITUTION Hall Caine Has Said that It Is the Most Complete Social Settlement In the WorldFounder a Wonderful WomanThe of Jane Addams is known today from one end of this vast coun try to another and included In that space are thousands of men woine J and children who regard her almost in the light of a patron saint Miss Addams Is the founder and present chief moving spirit of Hull House Chicago the greatest social settlement ever known in this country Hull House is not really one house but a series of buildings which have grown up around one big dwelling which years ago was given over to Miss Addams for the accommodation of the citys working people The set tlement includes a museum theatre a restaurant and various other buildings which are for the sole use of people to whom lifes joys are overbalanced by cares and sorrows Hall Caine the famous author has said that Hull House Is the most corn THE OF I ploto social settlement in the world and if this be so it is a fitting monu ment to tho generous heart sterling character and unbounded sympathy of its founder Miss Jane Addams Miss Addams is now fortyfive years old She was born in edarvllle 111 After graduating at a well known col lege she followed the example of her young women friends and lived a ute of ease and pleasure She spent her time mostly in reading and travel and gradually tho thought came to ker that she was absolutely without a pur pose In life She saw tha poor around her got to know their cares and wor ries and cast about for a means by which she could do them some good She decided to become a physician and took a yearS course in a Philadelphia college At the end of that time she was compelled to rest and so went abroad to study social conditions The result of her observations was her return to America and the immediate es tablishment of a social settlement in ChicagoHull House Is situated right in the heart of Chicagos poor In Halstead street It came to Miss Addams through Miss Helen Culver a niece of its builder and the man for whom the settlement Is now named It had been built by its owner years ago for his own home and in the belief that the city would grow that way It did grow that way and became one of the most congested sections of Chicago but was peopled by all nations and of a class of humanity unused to the fine usages of life unused to social restrictions and wholly without the pale of refined society When Miss Culver learned that Miss Addams Intended founding a social settlement she gave her Hull House From the spacious mansion asethitt was onco to have been a rich ade by home the settlement has extend ire notA a block of buildings and here bottle s genuinely happy home of Chi more ab Toor If you h of the adjuncts of the settlement writing Jane Club an organization of a this supporting young women who are our aDB an effort to live up to the Ideal nered in the personality of their I N fftnr The club Is Alrectly un fifty cent a cT nom eof BwiuniZ s Addams Izes are sold by all good druggist use and iment isbut remrabermake any mistake SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swu f address Blnghamte N peoplejTydas ookb w i for they r disposition of their duties and their lives and in this way she has come nearer their hearts nearer their confidences and nearer making them see tho big side of life rather than the one to which their eyes might otherwise often turn is always to ho found by theNlowliest ready to listen to an appeal for kelp ready to give each and overtone her strength and support and as ready to seo and help a stranger as tho oldest habitue of tho settlement Jane Addams occupies a peculiar position in tho public eye She has no religious creed or If she has she does not thrust it on her people All sorts of doctrines are preached in Hull House but Miss Addams permits this through the fact that her generosity of spirit is big enough to allow every one his own opinion She is regarded with the highest esteem by officials of the city and is frequently asked to ad dress largo meetings When she does this she is listened to with strict at tentionMiss Addams Is a brilliant example of a woman who having all In life has not permitted herself to be satis fied with her lot while others havo suf fered She has devoted time money and all the energy In her big self to the uplifting of the lowly to the spiritual welfare of the poor that could be done through kindness alone and to the bodily comfort and enjoy ment of these people by giving them every means within her power to for PATRON SAINT HULL HOUSE other them when get when it is possible that they are poor uneducated and socially lacking according to the standards of the world Napoleon Napoleon going about like a raging lion seeking whom he might devour Sir Conan Doyle considers Napo leon as perhaps the most wonderful man who ever lived He writes that what strikes him most rcibly is tho lack of finality in his character When one decides that he Is a complete villain he reads of some noble trait n11 then loses his admiration in some act of incredible meanness But here was a you j man of thirty years with no social advantages very little edvaition his family poverty strlken entering a room In company with Kings each and every one Jealous of any atten tions shown by him to any one of them Ue must have had some private charm for his intimate friends loved and worshipped him and withal he was the most amazing and talented liar that ever lived and one who told the truth only to himself An originator of great schemes that seemed fantastic and impossible his nfesty of detail brought success where another man would have failed With Kingly Courage In Sweden a remarkable story Is told of King Oscars courage and re solutionThe recounts that soldier a man of immense stature while lying under sentence of death secured a long knife and defied anyone to enter his cell On hearing of the circumstances the King drove at once to the prison and disregarding the warning of the offici als entered the mans cell alone and unarm +d locked the door behind him and then reasoned ith the convict- It would have been a remarkable In tervlew even If the King had taken a pardon to the convict But far from this he actually explained to the con demned man why he had decided to reject any appeal for mercy yet he so worked on the mans feelings that when with a farewell handshake the King left him he was totally subdued and ready to meet his fate the next morning like a soldier ATTAINS TO FAME AN OBSCURE NE W YORK LAWYF R RISES TO POWERFUL AND COMMANDING POSITION BCcInning With Gas ProbingsCharlc sI Hughes Develops Into Dominat ing Factor in Great Inburancein vcstlfiatlons In the history of tho stage it has happened more than once that an act or not thought to bo a star but with sound qualities and training has cepted a part rejected by others an by careful study and Interpretation made it the most interesting portion ot the play and achieved distinction as tho reward of his labors And now beoro the country today there is a instance going to show that fortune for such fidelity is not confined to th eIstage Ay r or so ago the New York leg islature ordered an Inquiry into the methods of the gas companies o Greater New York and the committee appointed for the work had some trouble In its search for a legal adviser and examiner of witnesses The task for some reason did not appeal to the prominent members of the bar who we approached and the choice fin ally fell on a man comparatively un known He had to be introduced the public outside of legal circles Bu he developed at once into a man ot striking force and performed his dut lea so well he earned the applause of the whole State Probes Insurance When the legislative Inquiry into the New York insurance irregularities was ordered the committee decided upon legal counsel and again difficulty was encoutered In securing it The man who had so satisfactorily served the gas committee was traveling in Eu rope and at the moment could not be reached with an offer Tho otter went begging for a few days until at last a Brooklyn lawyer accepted Upon his suggestion however the man abroad who was really desired was cabled on the subject and ngaged to assist in the work After the work began this assistant virtually became the lead- Ing counsel and conducted the inves tigation which was of national inter est in a way to merit and receive national applause Ho has become one of the most conspicuous figures of today Man of the Hour And so Mr Charles E Hughes is the subjoct of no little speculation The obscure New York lawyer of the other day is a powerful man of this day He is mentioned for both political and business honors Ho might have been the Republican candidate for mayor in the recent municipal campaign and had he been might likely have swept the city He is now mentioned for his partys leadership in next years gubernatorial campaign Ho is likewise suggested for the presidency of the Mutual Life Insurance Company And should he decline preferment In both of these lines and decide to stick to his profession he Is assured of a vast increase over the practice than he enjoyed before AH of which goes to show that it pays to do whatever you set out to do with all your heart and mind Tbc American Spoke First The American in the corner of the English firstclass carriage Insisted on lighting his cigar The Indignant Brit isher in the other corner protested but protested in vain At the next sta tion he balled the guard with hostile intent but the cool American was too quicki for him Guardthis drawled I think youll find that party here is traveling with a thirdclass ticket on him Investigation proved him to be right and the indignant Britisher was triumphantly ejected A spec tator of the little scene asked the American how ho knew about that ticket Well explained the imper turbable stranger the corner was sticking out of his pocket and I saw It was the samo color as mine MAY BECOME Speculation as to Future of PresI dent Roosevelt After Term Expires When Mr Roosevelt retires from the office of President of the United States he will be but fiftyone years of age and just entering upon his intellectual prime Will he be content to go into retirement from politics If so he will have to forego Ins present love of doing things Much however depends on chance If he shall be as popular when he retires as he is at present or half as popular he will remain the head of his party and should he desire political preferment he will get it After his retirement from the Presi dency George Washington was given command of the army in our actual but not declared war with France John Quincy Adams made more fame the nine terms he was in Congress the last eighteen years of his life than in all his previous politicalcareer General Jackson retired from the Presidency in IS7 but he was the head of his party until his death in iRi 5 He dictated his successor and his will was law to both Van Btiren and Polk Van Buren was a nolitician until he died He elected Polk in 1844 and defeated Cass in 1848 General Grant was a candidate for President in 1880 and had his man agers acted with a little more sagacity he would have been nominated and per haps elected Grover Cleveland was elected President in 1892 after his re tirement in 1889 Mr Roosevelt is the youngest of the Presidents and when he retires in 1909 he will be nearly two years younger inauguralHehistory That he will again hold office is not quite so certain but it is ex ceedingly probable The United States Senate would offer an attractive field and that slow and dignified body would doubtless sec some times SUE HAD THE MORE NERVE A Human Interest Incident of the Metropolis Mrs Charles Nommcnson wife of a Brooklyndwas sewing in the second floor sitting room of their home the other afternoon pistolin misn take said he as he doffed his hat with a bow I wanted to see Mrs Wilson Get out I Iordered Mrs Nommen son producing a revolver of her own 1and covering the man with the rapidity of thought A man who gets in the wrong house by mistake doesnt draw a revolver on a woman You are a thief I I rang the bell and it was not an swered The door was open so I came in- You =arc a thiefl cried the woman himtyou out If you arc not gone then I will shoot and kill you OnetwoThe burglar dodged out of the door Mrs Nommenson was at his heels her eyes not leaving him for a second that he might not get the drop on her The man saw he had lost in the game of stepsAtthe latch He could not open the door It seemed to present an opportunity to get the best of the woman You will have to let me out said theburglarNot said Mrs Nommenson quartersThenher revolver she told him how to un kepthimsewing SENATES ATTITUDE RESENTED House LighthouseTho House committee on Interstate and foreign commerce has decided to hurl defiance at the Senate in connection with all lighthouse measures and similar bills which must be passed on by the committee It has been the practice of the House to frame these measures in such a way that a sum not W School Garden Scnes at Hartford i tool of Horticulture specified but not to exceed a certain amount is to be used for the particular Improvement The Senate invariably has changed such bills so they appropriate a fixed amount This system is regarded by the members of the House interstate and foreign commerce com mitten as being conducive to reckless expenditure and the members of tile committee will refuse to accept such a bill hereafter and purpose forcing the Senate to Indorse measures which will encourage the completion of work at the lowest possible cost and the sav ing of balances which may remain This action of the House committee is in line with the general opposition which the House Is offering to what is declared to be the encroachment of the Senate upon its rights Coloring Matter in Food Since we have been brought face to face with the fact that most every article constituting our daily diet con thins some artificial coloring matter there has been a demand for some method by which we can test such food In order to determine whether or not they contain artificial coloring The Department of Agriculture has but recently Issued a bulletin containing i0 classification of the colors used in food products as well as methods for their detection SCHOOL GARDEN WORKS AN IMPORTANT ANDATTRACTIVE FEATURE OF TUB NEWER EDUCATIONAL METHODS Five Years Course at School of Horticulture at Hartford Conn Teaches Gardening and Fruit Growing In All Its Branches There is much growing sentiment In favor of school garden work in all parts of the country If agriculture Is the backbone of the country so ag ricultural education is the stem and fibre of successful farming School garden work as It applies to children who have never lived on a farm Is a start toward scientific agricultural education and It Is a branch of educa tion of great importance In these times wn so many boys and rls are awayfrom HE RAISED THEM HIMSELF the drift is cityward but there are thousands of people who would like to live on farms and would perhaps if they knew something about the growing of plants and there is no time like early youth to instil In the mind a- llvP of nature and of growing things So that considerable success has at tended the school garden idea and the nature study idea as it is being applied In a number of the older institu tions and In some now special schools A striking example of this is the School of Horticulture at Hartford Conn In the year 1893 the Reveiend Francis Goodwin a philanthropic cit- Izen gave about 100 acres of land and incorporntedunder HnndlcrnftSchools schoolfordUrerentph graduate thoSchoolwere soon erected and the School established as the first public Handicraft School of Hartford Besides giving apprentice work and a course In hor ticulture and botany to the boys from following gardening fromtheThe school garden work at the School of Horticulture proved attractive and popular from the first and after one or two years of tree work n tuition was charged for each person who took a garden This tuition need garden thoShoolThe school garden work has been systematized until now there Is a five totborRpublic school leathern and one course byclergymenOne of the reasons which has mnde this work so popular is because of the fact that the school shows results Every boy here every person for that matter who has n garden pets n great deal more In value from his garden than the price of the tuition The first year the boys begin their pardon work the 1st of May They come out or a lesson one day n week They come into the classroom where each boy receives n notebook marks his own attendance keeps n weather report and writes down from dicta tlon or copies from the blackboard n detailed lesson for that day With the seeds they are given they then pass with the Instructor to the tool room where each boy receives his tools and with these he goes to his pardon where an Instructor Is always prt ont to explain the things which he learns in the classroom In point to his garden he passes by the observa lion plots which are studied The second year the boys begin In March taking up the mixing of the soil potting and repotting tl1h tomato pepper and egg plants that they have In their gardens The third year they begin In Febru ary and take up rootpraftlnp cutting settingtreesas well as the garden lessons The fourth year boys begin In January and take up the making of hot pruning foods testing seeds planting the gar den besides the garden lessons and buddingfruitThe fifth year they take up system atic study of the soil beginning In January All gardens continue until after the 1st of October That the gardens pay Is best shown from a record of the garden yields during the past summer A first year boy boY25Mone of the clergymen 1721 worth of produce In the gardens The first year the gardens are 10 x 30 ft the second year 10 x 40 ftthe third year 10 x GO ft the fourth year 10 x 80 ft The clergymen have gardens 10 x 40 ft Public school teachers have gardens 10 x 30 and 10 x 40 ft the plnn Is to give them n practical training in the method of training school children In the work Already several schools of Hartford have established pardons In connec tion with the schools and the School of Horticulture is furnishlnp Instruc tors of late those that are giving in struction were trained nt the School of Horticulture But there is another keepsthemer months keeping the boys nnd girls off the city streets because they come to love their gardens nnd come out to work In them nnd to work out their tuition This Is not nil as soon gardens atic study of weeds they become fa miliar with them and learn methods of destroying them Also at tho School there nre about 500 observation plots containing many of our common things and the children lenrn to know developmentPeoplen boy from the School of Horticulture is better to work In their garden than the average man they can get because the boys will not pull up ex pensive seedlings ns the men so often do Frequent calls are mnde upon Mr Hemenway for a boy to take care of n garden or lawn and many of tho boys are able to spend most of their spare time during the summer In this line of work DO YOU USE ACETYLENE If so we want to send you AC SAMPLE BURICR cheapestlinethan we can explain here why it would pay you to use our burners I I 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 II CSR O co rBNyu31oor 15 NEW YORKI N y i I I I I t t 6 1 0 friPillSR TORPID LIVER j A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces CK HEADACHE spepsia Costiveness Rheu itism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveeke ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress IVearotutliorlzed to announce the ICON BEN JOHNSON of NcUon county as rcandldat for Congress In the Fourth Con resstonal District subject to the action of the Democratic party f Mrs N S Ferry went to Loulsvlllu Sunday Billy Wilson was In Henderson Sunday A M Jolly Lowlsport was In the city MondayDavid May was at homo from Owensboro SundayMrs Olydo Morrison Louisville Is the i guest of relatives Dilly Wilson received a had wound on Ibis thumb at tho shops Saturday J S Mattlnsly Tell City was In the city Halting his father JC Mattttigly Mrs E II DrldcubauRh Owunsboro was 10 guest of Mr and Mrs Charles May Sun ayMr and Mrs Alt 1 lesion of HardlnsburR Ire visiting Mrs Hcstons mother Mrs T V Sawyer 111 Keenan Tar Fork loft Monday for Florida where he ROCS on account of his healthA rink will IMS opened In Oelzus store room In a few days Forty pairs of I skates have been ordered The Epworth League had Its regular busl ness meeting last Tuesday night No bust ness of Importance was transacted i Mrs P II Keenan Tar Fork was In town I Monday Mrs Keenan called to see us and In paying her subscription said that slid f could hardly get along without the News townrMondayancock county under Nick Greathousc to said that a rurrl free delivery route would ReyoldsInson lost of his fine crop of tobacco pst ten days before cutting time through amagc by hall storm Real Estate Dhls LIItaderStreetMary to John Weisenberg lot of ground on hill 300 X 175 feet- ii Fonitn street near Daniels proper Prof F F Krcbs a splendid ano tuner will be here this Jek If you need his services 11 on Miss Eva May rClover Blossoms Entertainment Ibe Clover Blossoms will give an Entertainment in the M E Church on the nIght of Feb22 in honor of George Washingtons birthday The Blossoms have extended invitations to its mem ers and theIr parents A program fritable to the occasion will be render fl by the members of the society PROFITThe tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding i loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate hildren Send for free sample Be sure that this picture fa the form of a label it on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy ScottBowneCHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y SOc snd1i1 all druggists TryBehen wasjn Louisville Saturday Peatl Buttons 5o dozen Babbage Son E S Gregory Lewisport was in town Tuesday A few palis mens and womens shoes 1150 this week Bnbbage Son The Misses Plank were in Louisville SaturdayOutings and flannel 71 o yard this week Babbage Son Dr A A Simons was in Evansville last week Edward Harris came homo from Lou isvillo Saturday Vivian Pierce was at home from Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs Jon Fallon are occupy- Ing the Blake cottage in the East End Mrs Jno Farber and baby nave returned home after a visit to Central CityMiss Allen Mnrpby Chicago arriv ed Saturday to be with her mother who is ill Chas Moorman will go to Versailes today to be an assistant to R N Hudson general manger Louisville l At lantio Ry Co Mr and Mrs Iko Meyer were guests of relatives Sunday Mrs Mover will visit her parents Mr and Mrs Jake May for several days- Correctiont Fayetteville Ark Feb 0 Mr J D BabbageClovorportKy Dear Sir I see in your paper whero I had gone to take charge of 2000 acres of tim ber land for the Cincinnati Cooperage in Arkansas Pleaso correct this I am at worn for L S Powers who re presents the St Louis Stave Lumber Co of St Louis Mr Powers is Sup eriutendent and general manager ot the company I like hero very well pleased with my place and getting along nicely I am yours truly Jesse Marlowe From John Y Lott Lewisport Ky Feb 5 HIOOlh Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear SirYour cud of recent date ro ceived and in reply to same will say I desire my name to stay on your list o f subscriptions I shall in the near future do my part in helping you to smooth the rough places At present I am overworked fixing up my own track which you will remem ber was obstructed last fall by a slid ing ot the earths crust widen was due to an underlying strata of Paynter depositsBut since Dick has voted for Uncle Joe B and is sure to favor the County with local option bill am quite sure that I can reach you with my roll Inn stock in the near future Let your paper come on and dont fail ever to figh t tot the A S of E I will see you soon or forward my obli gations by mail Your friend Jonn Y Lott Twenty pounds sugar for 1 at Taul Bates McQuad- yShermanNilson Miss Lottie C Sbarman of Hunts ville and Mr William Talton Wil son of this city were married in Huntsville last Wednesday evening Rev H C Howard pastor of the First Methodist church officiating The bride was one of the most pop ular and charming young ladles of HuntsvIlleMr is one of this citys sterl log young men and his numerous friends are showering him with con gratulations Mr and Mrs Wilson arrived in the city from Huntsville Thursday morning and are at home to their friendsThe Alabamian joins in wishing them a happy and prosperous voyage through liteFrom Tuscundia Ala Alabamian HARDINSBURG Mrs Morris H Beard entertained the Fireside Club Tuesday evening Miss Lonise Moorman Glendeane is visiting Gen and Mrs D K Mur ray Morris H Beard was in Louisville several days of last week on a bnsincss tripJudge B Dell Moorman was the guest of his parents at Glendeane SundayMrs T B Henaerson Webster was the guest of Mr and Mrs Auelem McGary last week C F Jean Co Evansvllle Ind have opened a produce store hate Ben Anderson is the manager Allen K Kincholoo and oohn P Haswell Jr were at Stephensport Thursday on legal business Mrs Orlio Woolfolk and Miss Minnie Woolfolk Brandenburg lire the guests of Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman The Ministrels at the Opera House Monday had largo audiences to hear them at the Matinee and in the even ing The Rev Father Raffo LouisvilleI delivered an interesting evenmgjA r r39r 9r31T3tr 3 93r93 319rr 4 i r If you have fifty to five hundred dollars that r you would like to increase three hundred per cent in live years with absolute safety J 1 rCall on or write me i i W L B MOREMEN M Drr II- ii IRVINGTON KY MMI ijr1 I I A CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmemb- rane It cures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold in tho FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO els at DntR gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cis by mail Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York Thirtysix new pupils enterred the Normal Department of the High School last week Prof Andrew Drhkell is in rhailge ot this depart mentFrank Board formerly the assistant cashier of the Bank of Hardlnsbnrg who has been in the west for the past fivo years came home on his first visit last weeK He is now the cashier of a bank at Pocatello Idaho Ha likes the vest out says there is no place like Kentucky Epworth League Rally Tho local chapter of the Epworth League will have a rally at tbe M E church next Sunday evening Mem bers have received special invitation Every body is invited Double House Party Mrs Jas T Sldllrnan will give a house party next Saturday to Misses Margaret Moorman Ray Heyser Reba Lewis Mildred Fontaine of Louisville and Messrs Virgil Fontaine of Louis ville and Frank and William White Tne guests will go to Holt Sunday where Miss Flora Hardin will enter tarn tnern Guests from Louisville will also be at Mills Hardins READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Me Dear sir I am 08 years of ago and have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Disovery I have passed twentyfive gravel I feel that I am almost cured and can cheerfully re commend you to the public Yours very truly H C Thomas 520 Third ave A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregnlarties 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 f1 One small bottle IS two months treat ment and seldom tails TO perfecta cure D E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by all druggists TN Your Wants Supplied Wo are fully prepared toII supply your wants for any thing in our line 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 nVo respectfully solicit your patronage IITII j i L u Ir It mDRRPKEENERepresenting tif TAYLOR KEENEII j IIDENTISTS flOF OWENSBORO tWill bo In Dr Llghtfoots olllco one 1 il week out of each month prepared to I walt on all wishing HighClass Den I JJtlstry 1 iVi + 1+ l 1 U WartSr1 2 Advertisements Inserted under tills head atone cent a word per week Folt SALE5 vapor bath outfit for t2 J Habliiigo Jr TO RENTRoom either furnished or not service rsJ D IIllh aRe TEn Itrlght hoivist young man from Cloverport to prepare for paying i position In Government Mud Service Itox One Cedar Rapids la WANTED ANTEDEverybody to IIdvertse theIr youtimeFOR SALEOne new Enstmun pluto CIIIII No 3 Takes picture 3Ux4U leather lutestlrnprovlmclltsIrfcu 1750 Jno Ilabbage FOR SALEOne Short Horn Hull Dark solid color 2V4 years old weight 1000 pounds Chas Iteldel Holt Ky pOHSALEGood strong lain letter copy conditionPriceTo EXCHANGEJIM Cash nORlster for horse Apply at News olllce FOIt SALESeveral ranch cows I T Holt Ky VlANTEDTo trade frulttrees for lumber TT Write or call on Jno D llabbage Clo verport Ky FOR SALE- PIUNTINO Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnglnesMAUTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE pORSALK Tuition Certificate In Bryant e LouisvilleForenrldge News Cloverport Ky PPR A LJA good farm TOl acres well Im 1 proved I12 running springs year Slttlutpd nn I alls nf ltntii h road two miles from Olendeane 100 aires bottom land Will sell at a bargain on easy terms li A Whit tlnghlll Glendeane Ky J H PERRYRepairs Watches Jewelry and Clocks Call on him at- Glendeane Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which houieseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first hnd third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to the south west Jan 2 and 16th Feb 0 and 20th 1900- Special one way Collonist rates to the West and Southwest on Jan 2 and 10 and Feb 0 and 2 1000 One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oat 31 WOO Mardi Gras New Orleans Mobile and Penascola Flyer Feb 22 to 27 One tint class fare plus 25c round trip Date of sale Fob 21 to 26 Return limit I March 3 Upon deposit of 50c return limit will he extended to March 17 L IL ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND- No 48 Dully Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo verport 952 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1233 p roo Train No 44 Dally fast mail leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops ut all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 pm Train No 48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives CloviTportfi30 pm D H Slivers was at home last week MEET ME AT NOLTES+ I r TODA- YFEBRUARY 14 ST VALENTINES DAY Remember your Sweetheart4 Shell be looking for Cupids message Make her happy and youll rejoice u u Buster Brown Comics for the little tots Quite the thing Get busyPost Cares are good J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I 11i rnNtw e Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW Tn ArE carefully safeguard hJ JV Y the interests of our 1 1customers Morepover we frequently do it un 1I known to them as oppor JO tunities often come to us in M confidential ways XXLET US RAVE YOUR BUSINESS All business entrusted to AIDA r fI1 I depositsINSURKl AGA I N S T LOSS m KIRK ANS11I UUllGLAItr CONSEH 111VATIn BOARD OF EFFICIENT OFFICERS fu Bank of Cloverport Clowport Ky P f ij = = WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Coverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 a m arrives Evans vllln 900 am expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport JIaceo Owensboro Stanley ottsvllle Henderson and Ev ansville arrive St Louis 730 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p m Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No 45 daily St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1106 PM arrives Evansville 135 A 51 St Louis 740 A M stops at Huwosvlllu Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 4f and 46 between Louisville aid St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 ally except Pnday leaves Joordsvlllo 430 B rrUes Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsville 310 p m arrives Irvlngton 520 p iii Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllefl30 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Fordsville 95 p ni We pay highest prices for all kinds country produtoIaulIC Hates McQuadv 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 is doubtful if there is any equal to IL If you wish a flour that you can de pend upon a flour that is sweet whole some nutritious try Cadicks Gold Dust Flour IND DIRECTORS hH h o + lrrrrlrtrsrirt + lr lrsrlrK- 0c- iirrmirvrt i No Waiting Here i g Just tell us how much j2 r lumber you need We S have all kinds of g Framing material jj fiiand choice Poplar and S Walnut is ready for 5 you 3 Thats the thing un ft able to get so quick before jjj Let us have your order today J Your House Barn or 5 5 Stable may need re S sss REMEMBER US 5 A Seaton Weatherholt iiGloverporf Ky- dilltitiiit0aitidAAQtAAilAAili iititAilp- ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern conveniencles Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can do the job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only toolnecessary II D MCDONALD 132 West Harrison Street Chicago III Calico 4c yard this week cash only1 Babbage Son We make lath of stun and pop Trythenlpine lath are very high now Gr JJ Blanford Co Lewisport Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MmioDhottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Blade Root Uver Pills J 5 3- r I I To be one of an army of 10000 t travel by rallronJ 23000 miles ever year to stand In a car forming part of a swaying rushing train surround ed by openmouthed sacks and pigeonholes shuffling letters and papers at the rate of 2500 per hour that every error goes against yop record to work sometimes sixteen t twentyfour hours at a stretch ofte sleepy and hungrythese are some o the dally experiences of the railway mall clerks Then add to these the constant possibility of being knocked into eternity or crippled for life In a wreckYet they are a contented lot these railway mall clerks happy only whet on the road But it Is not tho environment for a omostlc man nor for him who has passed the top of the hill of life and Is jogging down Into the dark valley beyond Thus a majority of the clerks are young men- the are preferred by the Post Office Department for they have fewer cares are more active and can work faster and with greater accuracy Uncle Sam Is proud of the person nel of this expert force and takes every precaution for their safety and comfort Their hours are Used and overtime Is required only In cases of absolute necessity A Traveling Postoffice A railway ml car is technically an It P 0 or Hallway Post Office It runs between stated points receiving antI distributing mall through post offices along the line It is a government post otHce on wheels and is United States territory sough owned by the railroad It is ns well built slid ns completely equipped for its purpose ns u Pullman Iron racks for mail sacks extend along each side Above are tiers of open boxes and pig eon boles Work tables sl on the racks There is neither plush nor mahogany It is built for work and Is the abode of workers Let us imagine that this car Is the In P 0 leaving Pittsburg Pa for Cleveland Ohio over the rennsylva nla road The 1ittsburg city pose office delivers to the car mail for points east of Cleveland called local mall find I through wall for Cleveland nnd points west The train rushes out of Ilttsburg The whistle blows for n station No stop here A helper opens n side door swings out the mail catcher nnd plaks up a mall sack from n crane by the track Now the work begins This sack contains mall from the station Just passed Some of It Is for the next office some for Cleveland some for the for west The mall Is dumped on a tPMok nnd a clerk pounces on It like a wolf on a I lamb He tosses letters In all direc tions He throws papers and pack ages hither and you this wny and that as fast as an expert card player can distribute a deck But every piece of mail finds its mark In a particular Back or box The ck and boxes are labeled but the labels nrtf unneces sary hIs quick eye catches only the name of the office Ignoring that ofII the addresser Though taw work p pears mechanical It calls for a high degree of training Note the marvel lous accuracy less than two per cent of errors In the work of the wLolo force for a given year The whistle blows for another way station The door Iis opened a sack la I thrown off and the catcher yanks any other sack about for distribution And eo It goes without cessation The whole scheme is so arranged fyit there is just time working wUu the utmost speed and accuracy to make connectionsSkill to Throw Sacks Throwing oft sacks calls for nnoth er kind of skill The expert knows from the weight of sack speed of train and pressure of vnl Just when nnd low to let tho sack go lIe can drop it on n mark If t platform be crowded or littered with b8Tgnjre he must pick n clear spot lest his cannon hall of leather and mall Ittua up against some unsuspoci uuveier I i have soon a mall clerk drop a sixty i pound sack from a train going a milo n minute landing It h Lthlly on a trunk i twenty fret from the track Of course there are accidents and danger is always present Yet In ten years past but 00 clerks have been killed on tho roml an average of ten n year with a force numbering up to 11000 The legal representative t each clerk srf killed receives 1000 j from the government Arrangement i nro contemplated for payment of an i annuity to every clerk permanently I disabled in line of duty The mall car is usually net thet tender zunI runs a greater risk In acdcldents than a passenger car the position Iis sometimes ndvanta geous An instance is cited of a peon 2 liar wreck near 1ougbkeepcje N Y The train was crossing a bridge when the engineer paw thnt tho drnw wn open His speed was such that ho could not stop But be was quick thinker Reversing the engine for moment He suddenly threw the tbrot lightoInstantyly while the heavy baggage and passenger coaches constituted a drag that broke the coupling Relieved of this burden tae engine t nder and therencdowenandfknocking the cab Into the rlv the rest of the train with brakes set au tomatically came to a stop without a foot to spare Bees Nnlttral Spendthrifts Tho Now York Times reprinted from Montreal paperwhIch doubtless lifted it from one in London a most amiable story to tho effect that when bees aro taken to Australia they learn in a single year tho uselessness of stor ing honey for a winter that never comes and that they thereafter aban INTERIOR MAIL CAR I don their dearbought fame as models of industry and hilariouslyI devote to sport or lidleness all of their time ex cept Just enough in each day to satisfy that days hunger No doubt this tale will shock and grieve a large number of estimable people but for our own part says the Times it very consider ably increases such little affection as wo previously had for these tiresomely virtuous fowl and therefore will we do our Lost to believe it There are somo difficulties In tho way of doing that Dees despite their reputation for Intelligence aro evidently about the stupidest things with wingsmerely animated acquisitiveness indeed work Ing as hard as an American million aire to pile up wealth fa beyond any ossible ncerta without a single talent except to get got get As fighters whllo bees are brave enough they aro unable to strlko more than a single blow against any of their moro dangerous foes dying themselves as result of It while the foes after fowling with pain for bit calm down and hunt moro honey It is almost Incredible therefore that creature Incapable of seeing tho futility of work carried to an absurd extreme only for ho profit of human robbers should be able so quickly to draw an Inference from tho failure of winter to appear when expected Almost is not quite however and we too can be Hove what wo want to believe So wo will not question the story from Aus tralia where everything Is possibl- eanyhowand we hope that somebody will take a few of our ants down there and prove that they also aro Indus trlou3 only because they have to hethbt they are not n bit fonder of Industry than are tho butterflies or any of the sluggards who havo always had the sense to see that between toll today and hunger tomorrow there In so little to choose that differences of opinion on + lie subject are entirely permissible Famous for Artificial Noses Tho city of Indoro Is modern and ugly and uninteresting Apart from being tho prosperous capital of a rich native state its chief claim to notor ety rests upon its hospital which has won universal fame by the manufac taro of artificial noses That may seem a very limited industry on which build name But in India there re several ways of promoting this In ustry When a woman comes to the hospital carrying her nose in a napkin you may fairly assume that her husband suspects breach of the Seventh Commandment When man appears PECUtMR WRECK I a tr v a in the same plight you may sot him down as usurer who has fallen Into the hands of his clients and has ban no Portia to plead his cause Indore IB tho Mecca of theso unfortunates OUR SUGAR CONSUMPTION hoot Sugar Now1 Nora Than Hajf the Worlds otal Production Of tho more than 1200 mllllon dol lIars worth of merchandise brought In to the United States during tho last year moro than 160 million dollars worth was sugar Sugar formed by larglcstStates has over made in any single yearTho Ulted States Is Increasing steadily and rapidly its consumption of sugar The sugar producers at homo aro increasing their output of both cane and beet sugar but even their rapid increase in production Is not keeping pace with the increasing homo demand and as a consequence tho quantity of sugar brouglft into the country increases from year to year It has doubled in the last twenty years whllo population meantime increased but 60 per cent The annual average importation during tho fiveyear period ending with 1885 was 1031149 tons and dlng tho fiveyear period ending with 1905 tho annual average was 2100 043 tons despite tho fact that the sugar production at home had grown from 176035 tons in 1885 to approximately GOOOOO tons in 1905 The United States Is the largest sugarconsuming country in the world though the per capita consumption In this country is not as great as in the United Kingdom Tho total conaump OF A a a a a a a A a tlon in 1901 aggregated 2707000 tons making an average consumption for each Individual for tho year of about 75 pounds During the half century prior890beet sugar formed a small proportion of the worlds sugar production tho percentage which beets supplied- of tho worlds sugar product being in 1840 but 43 per cent In 1850 143 per cent in 1890 637 per cent while 1900 showed for beets the highest proportion In the worlds production of sugar 677 per cent e Ghostly Ashes They had Just moved In tho house and as Is usually tho case tho former tenants had left much rubbish behind themJust look complained tho little woman hero aro three horrid palls of ashes In the yard Ah laughed tho big husband speak of them with moro reverence Reverence Why should I7 Why they aro tho ashes of the de parted Senator Lodges bill providing tho reorganization of the consular ser vice has been shorn by tho Committee on Foreign of Its most in cendlary and detestable featuresthe provision for examining candidates appointment and this still moro objectionable section That whenever a vacancy shall occur in tho office of consul general or consul abovo the sixth 4000 class members of tho two classes next below that in which the vacancy occurred shall bo deemed eligible to bo selectr Ito fill such vacancy This was a palpable attempt to en graft the merit and promotion system nnn flirt enrwular service and thereby to deprive national laTnakers of their indent sacred right to assist the PreslI 1ot in selecting consuls general aud- IMehsalariPdf consuls A mnforlty of + in committee regard It as tho sordid purelvtsnee thnt ti consular servlca Is a business institution If tho Committee on Foreign Heln tfnns had pornlttod tills Bootlnn to stand it would have been nn abject cap IfvjoMon to trio fares that are stir rantlMonaly robbing Congress of putronapro perverseThe idea that young consuls that have mado good rt+ cords should bQ promoted and that TOO MUCH LAWMAKING REPRESENTATIVE BOWERSOCE OF KANSAS CITY CRITICISES WLL MAKERS Says Selfishness and Ambition Lead them through a Wilderness of Folly end Uuncoaib and Valuable Time b Wasted I have long criticised and seriously objected to tho making of so many laws and I have long contended that men aro not made good and honest by statute remarked Representative Justin D Bowersock of lianas re cently Tho comparatively Indiscriminate enactment of legislation on all subjects general special and personalIs a great evil and a greater folly I have Insisted that selfishness and prejudice aro at tho basis of many enact ments and that human nature and the settled principles of business and commerce honorable competition and tho results of supply and demand hardly bo changed law to any ben eficial extentICorporate greed cupidity and cor ruption can be ought to be and will be modified curtailed and brought within decent limits to say the least man desires this ore earnestly than I do no man will go further along any reasonable lines In any le gltlmato and practicable effort to bring this about whether It be In connection with railroad rates Standard Oil rebates beef trust unlawful com bination watered stocks or whatever or whoever may burden tho consumer or producer unduly or unjustly for extortionate gain Equal rights to all special privil eges to none will not come through Impracticable nonenforceablo laws drawn on the theory that wo have reached the millennium The ordinary legislator and hIs name Is legion has a legal panacea for every ill If ho had as much honesty as assurance tho title of his bills would be- An act to make men do business on earth as It Is dono in heaven a consummation devoutly to be wished but let us not forget the effect of the Popes bull against a comet and the beating of tomtoms by taco aborigines on an eclipse A TwoFoot Rat- A warehouseman at tho Oriental dock In Baltimore had tho dlstlnc tion the other day of killing tho larg rat over seen along the local water front The rodent reigned nearly seven pounds and from tho tip of his noso to tho end of his tall ho measured two feet It was only after a desperate fight lasting twenty minutes that tho in menso rat was killed For somo time scraps of paper and wood in tho tool room of the warehouse Indicated that a swarm of rodents was at work Then morning tho warehouseman encountered tho big fellow With a broom handle ho attempted to put an end to tho rodents life but tho rat showed fight Back and forth lie scampered and when cornered lie rushed at his assailant Once ho hid be hind a coil of ropo overhead and then ho dashed at tho mans head The latter dodged but tho rodents sharp teeth grazed his face At last tho was killed and measurements proved that he was the biggest ever seen In portTho animal is supposed to be a spe- cIes found in South America and It Is believed ho came hero in a ship of which carry many rodents TTlMHngfnn Pelt SENATOR LODGE DOES NOT RECOGNIZE HIS AMENDED DILL IN IRONICAL VEIN for Relations for Its too can by No est one rat all prominent citizens recommended by legislators should accept paltry places at tho foot of tho list was intensely repugnant to tho Senatorial sense As statesmen representing watchful and ex pectant constituents many of whom ex erclso valuable Influence In behalf of their party they could not consent to closing the door of hope Every Con gressional ditrlct has its share of elderly and highmlnded students of the worlds affairs men who may have been rudely buffeted by fortune and who cherish tho hope of dodging further cruel strokes by landing in a pleasant consulate They are men who have done yeoman service for their party and often they retain connections that can not bo Ignored Aro these to be popInjaystho corn to bo muzzled Is the accurs ed thirst for cold to commercialize the honorable office of consul so long the leaven of ancient mariners tempest tossed on chortle political seas tIll asylum of Imtleenee tho badge of de cavort pontlllty The Senate Committee on Foreign flotations will not bavo It BO That rommlltee consulting Its bowels of rnmpnp lon Insists that Congress shall pleasuresIOfi WING PIANOS Are Sold Direct From Factory and in No Other Way YOU SAVE FROM1 75 to 200 When you buy a Wing Plano you buy atwhole sale Ycuy the II c1 cc t of mating It with oniyourwholesaIeprofited3ed When you buy B pIano lIS many still ioat retail you pay the retail desers store rent IIIId other expenses You pay his profit and the ccmmlulcn cr sa ary Of the agents cr salesmen ho empcys all these on top of what the d aler himself hastopcyto the manufacturer The retail wprofitsavi pano ts from 75 to 4200 Isnt this I SENT ON TRIAL ANYWHERE WE PAY FRCICHT NO MONEY IN ADVANCE f We will place a Wing Piano In any horns In the United States en trial without asking for any ad wnrBravmentcrderoJit We pay the height end all other chart es In advance There IS nothlnc to be raid either befcro the piano Is sent or when It Is received If tho piano Is not satis factory after 20 days trial In your home we take It back entirely at cur expense You pry us noth InRand are under no more obicaticn to keep the piano than If you were examining It at our factory There can be absolutely no risk or ex pense to you Do not Imagine that It Is Impossible for us to do OS we say Our system Is to perfect that we can without any trouble deliver a piano In the smallest town In any part cf the United States lust as elyas we can In New York City and with lib solutely no trouble cr annoyance to you and without anything being paid In advance or on arrival either fcr freight or any other expense We tike old planes and organs In exchange A guarantee fcr 12 years against any defect In tone action workmanship or material Is given with every Wing Piano payment tho vital user Suito 014 Lexington plate SMALL Til f8 years over 42OOO Wing Pianos have been manufactured and sold They recom mended by of States by musical ccllsceaand schools by orchestra leaders teachers and of these planosaro In own State some of them undoubt edy In your very neighborhood catalogue contains names and addresses Mandolin suitor limp maybeby our Instrumental Attachment usandannotbehad WingPianosf NEED THIS BOOK hII IIYOUIntend to Duy a PianoNo Matter What Make hIr PBonto4fertato in face It a b JDotnllyltlId nnth Its IW bow to WnI erd LundrrdaofIt SANlfutratbnUonAlwiitllannn wo 1trtJfmrfloo S399W13anyonowfUinuto bujrarlno you a SIfiewYorkalotlzellameandthinkand addrrwnr reed trltachrd addrertwritltuxtaw IIntormaUonn about ttiINU 1JO wear formation about Pianosprtcca terns ut etc- wlUtaentloyouprOmpny 0 e y also priasan Ilnlll ofpay SON 111 mAIlrnmt on Wins fiaaos tI 358300 W 13th St New Yorkob18GS38U1 Ycnr1000 G01 MORPHINEkfy theTreatmentR principle I LJ ntIItnlni trent nny drug Iroo todayCDr Waterman AvNY seven prominent 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nndewtandlnnlhatlpresseharreslZ111JOtllmf2QSso goowill I G1DountpaloJ yaa Flu out this InTODAY This offer liI limited to Feb 23 1906 MutuALBl Ira4a A 4 i liy I 4re 1- r t II i f uIy a1i a1i i 1 A h = rL t r t try ro rot t r ll ti F lyly 4 f 4 4 I 4 4I he Blreccenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 SIIORT HAYNES TEST Sold Hyomel for Years And Know IIt Will Cure Cnttnrrh Short 8 Haynes have given Hvome A most thorough and remarkable test par a long time they have offered to refund tile woney to any purchaser of Hvomel if it failed to benefit The remedy nas made so many care among their customers that they have urged its use in the most chroni oases of catarrh Breathed for a tew minutes four times a day through the inhaler tim comes with every outfit it soothe the irritated mucous membrane of the nose throat and lungs kills the cat anhal germs and restores couplets health Its healing antiseptic fragrance penetrates to the most remott air passagers as no medicine taker into the stomach can possibly do Immediate relief almost lways1 fol lows the use of Hyomel and great benefit is seen after a few days treat ment The complete Hyomei outfit costs only f1 and consists of an inhaler that i an be carried in the pocket or purse and will last a lifetime medi cine dropper and a bottle of fiyomei 1C this is not sufficient for a complete cure additional bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with fees charged by specialists and rev member too if Hyomei does not cure Short Haynes will return your money BLACK JACK Born to the wife of Clarence Allen a boy Feb 1 Mrs John Sipes has been sick bnt is better at this writing- A Shacklett and Eugene Medley were in Brandenburg Monday on busi nessJames Coleman and wife spent Sun day with their sister Mrs Clarence AllenMevel Dowell iiiul wife spent Satur nay night and Sunday with Eugene Medley Our school closed Feb 1 with good wishes to the teacher Miss Hattie WilliamsErnest Wright spent Sunday with his cousin Herbert Dawns at the home of Clarence Allen Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Ex cept that it IB liquid it is in all re spects like the healing helpful pain nilaing Cream Balm that the public bas been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in 1t Tile soothing spray relieves at once andcure is certain All druggists 70c inclulding spraying tube or mail ed by Ely Bros 50 Warren street New York STEPHENSPORT Joins for wt k ending Belt 10 R A Smith wasn Louisville last weekMrs Ed Atkisson 1 ib visiting her motherS Dix and wife are in Louisvill this week- Rev Lewis and wife were in towa ThursdayMiss Lays school at Clifton has closed Rube Merrit came up from Cannel ton Sunday- R H Ulan was in Cnarlestown Ind last week Mr and Mrs J S Adair were in Hawesville last week Mrs Mary Adkisson is visiting hur sister Mrs S H Dlx Wm Putitt is visiting his son W A Petitt at Tell City Andrew Crawford Jr is improving after several days illness- R A Brashear Gas City is visitS ing his sister Mrs Bettie Napper Ueorge Jameson left Saturday to Visit his son and daughter in Ohio J B Moragn and James Bullock wore in Garfield Sunday and Monday- L R Alki soi Ellllvi lie Ky was a guest at the Conn house last weekS H Dix was operated on in LoUIs- ville Saturday and is getting along nicelyMiss Eula Hensloy Hardinsburg was the guest ot her aunt Mrs R S Sklllman Sunday Miss Mable Moorman Yelllngton was the guest of her aunt Mrs Andrew Crawford last wees P D Hawkins has puscbased theIr old homestead from his sister Mrs Mary Adkisson and will move soon TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HIIOMO Quinine Tablets Drucelsts refund money If It falls to euro E W GROVES signature is on each box SOc I LOUIBUka i I Frank Shelman was in Cloverport last week on business Mrs Henry Datschke Ammons has been visiting her parents The dance given DY Tom Pike Satur day night was largely attended Henry Masterson Ammons was the guest ot Miss Mirl Bashaui Sunday Miss Mayme Admsson will teach the spring school at Walnut Grove Thu spelling match at Walnut Grove Friday night was quite a success Sandy Hendry West Point is visit ing his mother Mrs Zorado Hendry Miss Nannie Payne Mystic visited Miss Nacy L Gibson last Wednesday Miss Myrtle Deacon visited Mr and Mrs Dick Coouies at Raymond Sun dayMiss Georgia DwinK has returned to her sister Mrs Lee hose at Am mons for a visit Mr Roberts Leitchiield has been visiting his sister Mrs I 0 Harrell at this place Rev J J Willett filled his regular appointment at Walnut Grove Satur day and Sunday Miss Ida B Ater Union Star is visiting her cousin Misses Ethel and Marl Bnsham this week Miss Lizza B Head has returned home after a lengthy visit with her aunt Byrtie Board at Cloverport Miss Mary Cashman has returned home atfer spending severalI days with her cousins Miss Ada and Lena Avitt Miss Zula D McKaughan Stephens port WalKer West and Roscoe Avit this place visited J B Cashmans Saturday night Rev E B Engish filled his regular appointment at Raymond Saturday and Sunday by having changed regular meeting day from first Sunday to the ucond Sunday Marigold LaGrippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaGrippe but never follows the use of Foleys Boney and Tar It cures lagnppe oughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey mild Tar and refuse any substitute ffered Mr G Vacher of 157 Os rood St Chicago writes My wite I lad a severe case of lagrippe three ears ago and it left htr with a terrible cough She tried a bottle of FolJJ eys Honey and Tar and it gave im mediate relief A 50 cent bottle cnredI aer cough entirely Retuse snbstitnt sSold by A R Fishe- rIRVINOTON H H Kemper spent Sunday in Lculsvlllo Mrs Milton Lockard and Mrs G L Brady are on the sick list Miss Eula Hensley spent Friday and Saturday in Hardinsburg the guest of her mother Miss Eva McGlothan has returned from a tew dave visit to Miss Mattye Reid at Hardinsuurg Bro R H Roe went to Louisville I last week to attend the pastors Sun day School institute Miss Neafus Horse Branch arrived Saturday to be the guest of Miss Jessie Brady for some tine Miss Ruth Miller lelt Tuesday for Unltport Miss where she expects to remain until August Lon Cowley hRS moved his familly to town and rented a bouse on Main street owned by H S Bandy Mrs J R Wimp entertained Satur day evening in honor of her guest Mrs W W Williams of Henderson Mr and Mrs W J Piggott entertained Friday evening in honor ot Miss Edith Marshalls birthday Miss Blanche Claycomb returned to Louisville Monday after spending several weeks among relatives and friends hereMrs Nannie Wathen representing the Rock Isand Lot and Land Co spout afew days in Hardinbsnrg last weekUncle June Malen left for his home at Brandenburg last week after being the guest at Bell View Farm for some time The Ladles afternoon Reading Club will meet with Mrs Nora Board on Friday Feb 10 with Mrs W J Piggott as leader Mrs Orlie Woolfolk and sisters Mis ses Minnie Leo Woolfolk and Bottle Hook were the guests of Mrs Ruth Miller Monday night Items for week ending Feb 10 Mr4 W W Williams returned to her home at Henderson Monday after a few days visit to Mrs J R Wimp A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is m insidious danger and many people are victims of a serious malady betore the symp toms are recognized Foleys Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and strong thens and builds up the kidneys and it should be taken at the first indica tion of kidney trouble as it is impossi ble to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by A R Fisher HISl RY AKERS Fifteen of the Mont Decisive Dattlea of the World The fifteen decisive battles of the world from the fifth century before Christ to the beginning of the nine teenth century of tho present era as given by the Historian Creasy are as followsThe of Marathon In which the Persian hosts were defeated by the Greeks under Mlltlndes B C 190 The defeat of the Athenians at Syra cuse B C 413 The battle of Arbeln In which the Persians under Darius were defeated by the Invading Greeks under Alex ander the Great B C 331 The battle of Metaurus In which tbe Carthaginian forces under Hasdrulml were overthrown ly tire Honmns B C 207Victory of the German tribes under Armlnlus over the ito lam legions un der Yarns A D 9 The battle was fought in what is now the lprovince of Llppe Germany near the source of the River Ems Battle of Chalens where Attila the Terrible king of the Huns was repulsed by the Itomaus under Actlus A D 451- Battle of Tours In which the Sarnden Turks Invading western Europe were utterly overthrown by the Franks un der Charles Mortel A D 732 Battle of Hastings by which William the Conqueror became the ruler of England Oct 14 1000 Victory of the French under Joan of Arc over the English nt Orleans April 20 1429 Defeat of the Spanish armada by theI English naval force July 29 and 30 1 riBSjj Battle of Blenheim In which the French and Bavarians were defeated by the allied armies of Great Britain and Holland under the Duke of Marlborough Aug 2 1701 Battle of Fultowa the Swedish army under Charles XII defeated the Bus sinus under Peter the Great July 8 1709Victory of the American army under I General Gates over the British under General Burgoyne at Saratoga Oct 17 lii7IBattle of Valmy where the alllelltt armies of Prussia and Austria were defeated by the French under Marshal I Kellermnn Sept 20 1792 Battle of Waterloo the allied forces of the British anti Prussians defeated the French under Napoleon the final overthrow of the great commander I June IS 1815 Common Colds Are The Cause of Many Serious Deseases ll Physicians who have gained a national reputation as analysists of the cause of various dlseasfs claim that if catching cold could he avoided all a long list of dangerous ailments would never be heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consump tion originate from a cold and chron ic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your life 01 take chances when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will cure it before these diseases develop Tina remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmful drug anal has thirty years of reputation back of it gained by its cures under every condition For salA by Short x Haynes Clover port History of Advertising I To The Editor I take pleasure in forwarding yon today postpaid a copy of Mr Rowclls book Forty Yeare An Advertising Agent Maybe I am more enthusiastic about the work than anybody else having seen and watched its origin progress and and completion Its an unique bock Its a book that young and old bnt thoughtful people will read with delight and profit To the newspaper and advertising man and to the business men interested in advertising it will appear as the first and most com plete history of American advertising Yours very truly Chas J Zingg Manager inters Ink Publishing Co 10 Spruce Street New York Forty Years an Advertising Asent deserves the enthusiasm of Mr Lingo and all those interested in advertising The price of the book is r2 and can be had by addressing Mr Zingg The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discoveied It bears a close resemblance to the malaria To tree the system from disease germs the most effective remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store- Starbonrd mill Iort Why do the sailors call the right hand side of the slip starboard and the left hand portY For the answer it Is necessary to go back to the days of the Norsemen and Saxons In the viking ship the warriors hung the bords or shields 011 the side of the ship above the places for their oars The viking himself held the steer oar which was fastened to the right hand side of the stern Thus the right hand side of the ship became known as the steer side und as the bords of the war riors were hung there it was called tireI steerbord or starboard side whileI the lower or lurking side became theI larboard Bord eventually became corrupted Into porty JtLx A a Aa Hardinstmro Normal AND tiCollegiate Institute 1 ii- I SESSION 19051906 I Normal Dept for Teachers Opens Monday Feb 5 1906 A rare opportunity for thoso desiring to teach j Iu to get one or more of tho higher branches and el under tine instructors Tho teachers de EEocution will bo under charge oft flR ANDREW DRISKELL I whose ability and experience are well known to al- lTuitionhigh School and Normal Department 300 per month in advance intermediate or Primary ask for m- IU terms 1 Good board 225 to 250 per week For further in formation address eitheraAndrew Driskell or D S Collins Prin I- fi Hardinslmrg K- ySTRAWBERRY I PLANTS We have a complete list of strawberry plants No plants sent ut until after October 1st Alter December 1st our customers may deduct from the price 20 per cent We 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guard In splto of tho early hour tho usual group of young people bpd already gathered at tho Colonels when the band came swinging down tho parade Tho instruments glittered in tho bright morning sunlight and every maY in lino unconsciously moved iln unisoi with tho martial music Tho j Iris over on tho porch and eov oral ydung officers who had Joined them swayed in tlmo to tho infectious strains and each feminine heart wished secretly that ono day sho might marry a soldierWhen tho Land had marched past the commanding officers quarters it took up its regular position a short distance from the guard and began its morning program I always lovo to have Mr Bates on duty Helen Farnham said Ho takes such a long tlmo to mount tho guard and tho band has loads of timo to playJust think hes going to the Philip pines Katherine Markhara a pretty little blonde protestedf Wo were Just getting him so well trained too Well somebody elso will havo to con sent to mount slowly or well never have moro than two pieces in tho morn ing Say Margery Helen added What do you think of tho orders Margery Keene looked up from her embroidery rather nonchalantly Sho hadnt been watching and hadnt really WATCHING A THE REAR I r r heard a word the girls had said until Kathcrlno mentioned tho Philippines Theres one good thing about it said Margery It will only take one away from the post and that ought to bo some consolation Anybody would think you didnt caro nt all ventured KatherIne and all tho tlmo you know youre just dying to goNow Katherine youre getting fool ish Margery answered good natured ly You know I like Mr Dates awfully well but Just because Ivo danced with him a few times thats no sign that I shall pine away when hos gone Oh no 1 Katherine grimaced and oven Margery Joined in tho laugh Lieutenant Bates was only half way down the lino and tho men wero con scious of tho closest scrutiny of their guns Each was examined with tho utmost taro but only tho young of ficers and his friends over on the porch knew that ho was killing tlmo in order that the band could play tho longer When the little ceremony was over the men were dismissed and to tho rollicking strains of a Sousa march the musicians filed to their quarters Bates crossed tho parado and Joined tho group at tho Colonels To think you are going way out to the Philippines Mr Bates said Kath erIne Wo only heard it this morning and Just imagine yoii hlwo to go to morrowYou see Miss Kathene what it means to bo a soldier Ive never been to the front and theres nothing to keep mo hero so I think Im pretty luckyNothing to keep you here Helen Farnham exclaimed Well of all things And this old army post flood ed with girls Mr Bates youro dis missedNow really Miss Farnham 1 I thought I was lucky when I got ms orders laughed Bates but if I thought thero wero tho slightest chance for mo hero I might bo disloyal to mj colors and condemn orders to the bow bows Tho trouble hero is that there are too many of us and not enough oif you 0 you fake laughed Helen During guard mount Margery Keom had sat composedly in a rocking chair embroidering When nobody was look ing she would steal a look at Bates bulta unfortunately for that younj man peace of mind he was too far off to see Now that he had Joined the youn people on the porch Margery paid th strictest attention to Mr Somers who was telling her a story In which sho wasnt tho least bit interested Margery played her little gamo well but when Bates left with tho other officers without as much as coming t her to bo told sho was sorry ho had been ordered off Margery was not only annoyed but angry with herself lor caringNobody groupknowagain been refused by Margery No Cody knew so well as Margery herself that ho had mado up his mind never to ask her again But that was all before his orders came before tho prospect of tho great Pacific stretching itself be tween him and her had presented it self However his manner showed no change from tho other night when ho seemed to think that ono No was sufficient tossed his head in tho air gave her a curd Good night and loft Didnt every girl want to bo told over and over again that sho was the most adorable creature in the world 1 Margery whispered to herself She had now mado up her mind that sho would stick to her No if it killed her Furthermore when ho camo to say goodbye sho would show him that ho was not the only soldier in the worldLieutenant Bates was ono of the oungest and most popular officers In tho army Tho prospect of active service after months of barrack duty was r MARGERY STOOD SOLDIER ON CAR officer alluring and his heart beat faster eve y time the thought camo to him that probably hero at last was an opportunity for him to distinguish him self at tho front Only ono thing marred his enthusiasm and that was Targery Ifs buts and girls How they havo mado history 1 So all of that last day passed In tho evening some of the young people camo over to Major Keenes but Bates failed to appear Busy packing said Somers when somebody asked for him Well it seems to mo if I were in his placo and wero tho only officer ordered off Id como around and got myself lionized and KatherIne Markham looked very much disgusted Margery banged tho piano until her fingers nearly dropped off Three times Bates fairly ran past tho Majors that ho might not yield to tho temptation to go in But tho hours wore away and when tho now day dawned Margery awaken ed a very unhappy but determined young person When Lieutenant Bates began his round of farewell calls Margery saw him from her window overlooking the parado ground Her little head went back in defiance and her batteries were ready to bo turned on tho enemy at his approach When ho comes in But that was Just what ho failed to do for on meeting her father Major Keeno at tho gate the two officers pro ceeded down tho row together Stung to tho quick by his manifest avoidance of her Margery determined to go with the others to see the buys off and to give Mr Dates tho nicest coldest goodbye ho ever got Other officers wero to Join the regiment at tho train and as they wero all her friends she determined to tako advantage of this last opportunity So nor to tho Col onels Margery trooped an hour later all the time trying hard to make herself t believe that she didnt caro any more for Mr Bates than for tho army buckle on her belt I The train was made up and the en gineer waited tho signal to start From every window a soldier head protruded for the men had been ordered aboard I immediately upon their arrival at tho yards Mother wife sister and sweetheart multiplied into a throng swarmed up I and down the platform eaca In search of a particular head The post band banged away at popular tunes as a fare o well to the boysas bright Jolly and happy a lot as ever donned tho khaki Tho men who had received orders for tho Philippines wero lording it over their companions who by ruling of tm Department wero compelled to wait for later orders Every tlmo a stayathomi hove in sight ho was mado the target for a volley of china about his status as a son of Mars Ill there Billy called out a tousled headed soldier from ono of the windows to another strolling by Theyll never send you to tho Islands Tho Pines would ketch you fust thingTheyll never ketch rou If you kin run fast enough said Billy Three cheers for Lootnant Bates somebody howled as tho tall young officer hurried past A flush rose to the roots of his hair when ho touched his ofotho threo lusty cheers that rang through tho yard Bates was popular with his men and his detail had much to do with their good nature In leaving for the Philippines Everything was In confusion Shouts of Goodbye mingled with tho laurh ter and tears from many hearts Of ficers hurried hero and thero getting things in readiness to start and when tho young people from tho post el bowed their way through tho crowd Bates was nowhere to Lo found Ho failed to materialize as starting time drew near and It was decided to Institute a search for him Margery was not tho only post girl who had been casting sheeps eyes at tho young officer and while sho absolutely refused to move saying sho would wait for them to return sho could not view the other girls solicitude wlth composure You people go ahead said Mar gery and Ill stay hero Im absolutely so tired I cant go another step 0 dont bo unsociable Margery como on they urged but Margery was obdurate Ill go over there with Mrs Brooks and Captain Stiles sho said and then you can hid mo when you como back All right they said and off they wentInstead of seeking Mrs Brooks and Captain Stiles Margery stayed Just where they had left her and thero sho was when Bates dodging hero and icro through tho crowd almost knocked her down- I beg your pardon Miss Margery he gaspedYes sho said looking about her in evident confusion Pardon my awkwardness but whero aro tho folks Ive been looking all over for them Theyre looking for you too said Margery I was Just going Going Where Ironic Surely said Bates you were solng to wait and see the fellows off Well Ive said goodbye to all of them but youso now I guessIll ro and a little hand fluttered out to him Ho took It and as ho raised his big campaign hat with tho other Bates was at a loss Just what to say Is that a111 ho pleaded What have I dono that you aro not going to wish mo a safe return I do though Margery said Well that helps Bates said lamely because when a follow is thou sands of miles away fromfrom everybody its good to know thatereverybody will bo glad to see him backIm afraid I hurt you tho other night Margery blurted out forget ting all her resolutions of indifference But I didnt mean to she added hastilyIm sure of that tho young of leer said Ho was so near and Ills very near ness mado her deliriously happy ates saw tho others returning from their search for him and his last hanco slipping away His dctormlna ion to never again speak to Margery of lovo took flight and he began another arty plea When she showed no sign of oven interrupting him ho told it all ever again and begged that she would sot send him away without at leas- one word of encouragement Ivo been fighting so hard to make myself believo I didnt care but it wont do Margery Its so hard to go away from you dear andbut hero I am saying the wholo blooming thing againWell you mean IU Margery poutedMean It Mean it little girl I mean it so much that I You awful man chimed in one o tho girls as tho post crowd came up tho trains about to go and wo havent a minute to talk to you Im mighty sorry said Bates but Ive been busy How busy asked ono of tho party and everybody looked at Margery Youd better get aboard Bates said young Somers ono of tbo officers left behind Shes about to go Take caro of yourself old nan and dont get tho fever- Lieutenant Bates had eyes only for ono Heedless of everybody and every thing ho took Margery in his arms and she clung to him for one brief happy moment Amid tho cheers from hundreds of throats Bates leaped on tho rear platform of the last car as the train moved swiftly out of the yards Tho bell clanged hats and handkor chiefs wero waved vigorously and tho post band burst forth with tho stirring strains of The Girl I Left Behind MeMargery stood with both hands nrossed convulsively to her lips watch ing a soldier form on the rear car as he held his big campaign hat above his head and wont from her answer the call to arms The President und the Emperor Thero is a considerable differenceI between tho hunting exploits of Pres ident Roosevelt and his friend Emperor William When the President goes hunting he takes pot luck with tho bunch and depends upon his activity and skill to get his share of the hunt Ing which because of his real ability in such lines is usually a good one When the German Emperor goes out shooting however a keeper accompan- Ies him and when tho game is roused sticks a kind of fork in tho round The Emperor then places his gun fIn tho rest and handles the weapon pis tot 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Senate It would rob the State of Alabama of its two senators Morgan and Pettus These men are 1legislators of excep tional capacity and influence Both have passed their SOth year yet both retain full mental power cud their Bhnro of physical vigor and both pay more attention to their senatorial duties than do probably the majority of members of that body Mr Morgan has been in the Senate since 1877 nearly 30 yearsand he has IICCMI recognized ns one of tho lend- Ing spirits in that chamber While he SENATOR PCTTUS1 Thin Nstor of the 5cnoteIhas been at loggerheads at times with some of tbo administration olllclals yet every one recognizes lu him a broadminded American an able de bater and n man who lots brilliantly served his state his party and his country thetsenatorial chamber at u Inter date than did his colleague came at that period of life when a great number of men seem to think that the time for politi cal aspirations and honors hits passed lie is considered one of the wits of the Senate It Is well remembered by n great number of the senators how ho scathingly ridiculed the speech of a senator during the notable debate on the Philippine question Ills remarks were so ridiculous and laughable that convulsedfItself with laughter The same day he again caused tho Senate to break out in an uproar when he was seen to slowly rise In his scat ns though to seek recognition from the presiding officer and just at that moment when I Senator Frye the President pro tern was about to signify that Senator Pot tus was entitled to the tlnnr till Ala bama senator slowly put his hand into his pocket pulled out a piece of black tobacco bit a piece oft in a very me thodical manner and with that same slow motion deposited the tobacco in his pocket and sat down Such inci dents have been tho favorite way of Senator Pettuss breaking io on the solemnity of the Senate Charges Against Englati I he remarkable allegation that me British fleet was held in readiness to destroy the Russian fleet 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pal of the High School on account of ill health Andrew Driskell has been selected to succeed him Mr D iskeli reputation as a splendid teacher secure ed him the position Miss Mattye Reid and Miss Carolvn Harris will continue part of tho faculty The prospects for a fine session are Mattering Lame Back Tnfe ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and maybe cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing tho parts vigorously at each application If this does not af ford relief bind on a piece of flanne slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief Is almost sure to follow For sale by Short Haynes CloverportGeorge III and Our FlaK Eikanah Watson of Philadelphia a distinguished patriot visited England soon after the close of the Revolution r Having won money on a wager he decided to use the sum for a picture of himself to be painted by Copley Ii the cqurse of time the picture was fin Ished with the exception of a background which the painter had reserve od for n picture of a ship representing tho bearing to America of the news o1 tho recognition of the United States of America The ship was llnlshed and nothing remained but to paint a flag at her mast Watson dined with Cop ley on Dec 5 17S2 and utter listening to tho speech of the king recognizing tho new nation Copley went directly home and painted in the ling while the words of acknowledgment were still warm from the lips of the king lie had refralnel from doing so before 1be- cause his studio was the resort of royalty and nobility This painted flag Is said to have been the first American flog seen by George III who visited Copleys studio soon after the picture was completed A Trite Saying- It is a trlto saying that no man IU stronger than his stomach Dr Plercos Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomachputs it in shape to make pure rich bloodhelps tho liver and kidneys to expel tho poisons from tho body and thus cures both liver and kidney troubles If you take this natural blood purifier and tonic you will assist your system In manufacturing each day a pint of rich red blood that Is Invigo rating to the brain and nerves Tho weak nervous rundown debilitated condition which so many people suffer from is usually the effect of poisons in the blood It is often indicated by pimples or bolls appearing on the skin the face becomes thin and the feelings blue Dr Pierces Discovery cures all blood humors as well as being a tonic that makes ono vJgorouszstrong and forceful It Is the only mealclno put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that contains neither alcohol nor harmful habitforming drugs and tho only one every ingredient of which has tho profes sional endorsement of tho leading medical writers of this country Some of these endorsements aro published in a little book of extracts from standard medical works and will bo sent to any address free on receipt of request therefor by letter or postal card addressed to Dr R V Inrco Buffalo N Y It tells Just what Dr Plerce medlclnos are mado of The Words of Pralso for tho several ingredients of which Dr Pierces medicines are composed by loaders In all tho several schools of medical practice and recommending thorn for the euro of tho diseases for which the Golden Medical Discovery is advised should havo far more weight with tho sick and afllictod than any amount of time socalled testl monials so conspicuously flaunted before the public by those who arn afraid to lot tho ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known Bear In mind that tho Golden Medical Discovery has TilE I3AD08 OF UONK8TY on every bottlo wrapper in a full list of Its ingredients Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets euro con stipation Invigorate tho liver and regulate stomach and bowels Dr Plercos great thousandpago Illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be tent free paperbound for 21 one coat stamps or clothbound for 31 stamp Address pro Pierce as above I THE STAGE CENSOR In niiKlnnil 1lnyn dine ne Approved Ilefnre 1nlillc 1roiluctlon Before n play may 10 given publicly In Kngliuul permission to perform 1 It must llrst be obtained from the lord chamberlain A copy of every new play intended for production must be sent to the lord chamberlain seven clear dnys before tie Unto of the flint performance to gether with a fee of 1 guinea If the play consists of less than three nets or 2 guineas If In three or more nets This copy need not necessarily be type written but It must be clearly written otherwise the manuscript may be re turned with n polite request to submit something that may be deciphered Such n delay might lend to serious complications so It Is as well to do the thing properly at the start It should also be borne In mind that they do not give credit at St James and that tit fee must accompany the manuscript It will not do to send It on afterward as such n proceeding would be sure tc result In n complete Impasse The fen is for the rending and the olllclal read er is the Judge who passes the play for performance or prohibits It ns the case maybe The lord chamberlain is only an imposing figurehead in the nintter a nominal official Well supposing your play contain nothing objectionable then the man alter of the theater whereat the play Is to bo produced will duly receive ai elaborate form of certificate empower Ing him to produce the piny In ques thou The wording of this is as fol lows It having been represented tome by the examiner of nil theatrical entertainments that a manuscript en titled Crimson Footsteps or The mood Stained Tennis Court being n dranu In seven acts does not contain In Its general tendency anything Immoral 01 otherwise Improper for the stage I the lord chamberlain of his majesty household do by virtue of my olflcc and in pursuance of the net of pnrlla ment in thnt case provided allow the performance of the said manuscript nl your theater with the exception of nil words and passages which are speck fled by the examiner in the indorse ment of this license and without any further variations whatever Then follows the sign manual of the lord chamberlain and in the bottom left hand corner To the Manager of the Royal Jollity Theater These manuscripts are all bound and placed In the Dramatic library and in the ordinary course of things they arc not parted with under any considera then If you lose your own copy you must apply and pay for another copy of the one In the possession of the lord chamberlain In the case of a contem plated change of the title of a piny no tice of this must be sent to the lord chamberlain before the change is made Also In the case of additions and interpolations notice should be given other wise the authorities have the right to stop the performance of such a play Pantomimes must also be licensed The managers of provincial theaters are held responsible for the plays per formed in their houses by touring com panies and are supposed to satisfy themselves that such plays have bees duly licensed London TitBits A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its a God send to mankind It cured me of lame bacK stiff joints and complete phy steal collapse I was so weak it too It me half an hour to walk a mule Two bottes of Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles In CO minutes and feel like wale ing three more Its made it new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Sold under guarantee at Short Haynes Drug Store Price 50e IMiyalcnl Cnltnrc A rational system of physical culture should Insure to every man and woman who adopts it a perfectly erect poised figure a straight spine a broad deep and capacious chest uplifted am flexible and harmonious development of all the muscles lIe or she should bo easy and graceful in every move ment possessed of marked muscular power and endurance splendid health and a voice of notable equality and powerSo would the rational system of physical development do for those who followed It and any method which will not accomplish all of these things even for its least promising students Is in so much incomplete and false The object of physical culture methods is to render the body n more perfect in strument more strong more enduring more obedient to the commands of till will Outing Magazine IHiiKli ami Live Long It has been aptly said thnt there Is not the remotest corner of the inlet of the minute blood vessels of the human body that does not feel somo wavelet from the convulsions occasioned by good hearty laughter The life princi pie of the central man is shaken to its Innermost depths sending new tides of life and strength to the surface thus materially tending to insure good health to tho persons who indulge therein The blood moves more rapidly and conveys a different impression to all tho organs of the body as It visits them on that particular mystic journey when tho man is laughing from that conveyed at other times For this reason every good hearty laugh in which i person indulges tends to lengthen his life conveying as it does new and dis tinct stimulus to the vital forces i St Louis Live Stock Market Special Correspondence National Stock Yards III February 7th 1000 Comparing the market with one week ago today beef steers sold 15 to 25 cents dighir at the close last week but 10 to in cents ot this advance was lost tho fore part of this week Buht of time pretty good to choice steers sold 525 to 575 however we topped too market with one load of choice 1370 lb Missouri blacks A good grade of decent lighter weight steers is selling from ft00 to 500 Butcher grades showed even more advance than beef steers and came near holding it We made some soles showing 25 to 40 cents advance from the early part of last week however the wire edge is off the market today fond the undertone a little weak ThoI supply is about equal to the demand including some choice heifers at 475 to 525 and prime cows at 425 to fjno Under light receipts of stocKers and feeders nading was limited business demand is good with prices ranging from 400 to tliO ror choice feeders down to 35O for decent light weightsAn top of 59215 has been reached on hogs indicating the correctness of our prediction last week when tho top was 5 GO With 11000 on sale yesterday the top wasr5 85 with lots of goon hogs selling around 560 and the general run ot butchers 575 While a slight reaction would not be out of order yet the bog position is strong and we expect to tell you of G cent hogs before long Sheep receipts run largo to western lambs selling around 575 western yearlings around 575 and stockers at 375 Lambs are 25 to 50 cents lower and sheep a quarter lower than a week ago If Mr Groundhog continues to mak good conditions will favor a stong market of all kinds ot live stock EvansSniderBeul Co Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the lankiest man in Arkan sas writes H L Stnney of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of contiuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my rood fortune to tne worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tlon which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelvo bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Short cis Haynes druggists 50c and 101 Trial bottle free Oxford Storicii A nervous freshman was dining with Thomas Herbert Warren president of Magdnkm college Oxford By way of starting conversation the latter glanced out of the window mud remarked Wo have a little sun today But he was astonished to receive the frcahmnuri congratulationst coupled with the hope that Mrs Warren was doing well Another Oxford story During his un dergraduate dnys a man who Is now n learned professor was discovered sit ting In the quad clothed only In an umbrella unfurled above Ills head In response to anxious Inquiries as to what ho wnst doing ho replied Flush hush Dont you SOP Im n bally mush room and Im growing HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old orialnnl OUOVES Tasteless Clilll Tonic You know what you are taking ItIs Iron unrl quinine In it tasteless form No cure no pay 50c rule Golden CroMcil Wren The golden crested wren Is the small est not only of British but of nil European birds Its average weight Is only about eight grains troy The length of the feathers Is about three and n half Inches and the stretch of limo wings about five inches but when the feathers are taken off the length of the body does not exceed one inch Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist ot Fords City Pa had his hand fright- fullyf burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklena Arnica Salve rith the usual resnlt n quick and pefect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Ezema and Piles 25o at Short Ott Haynes DruggistsA Iletiiurkutilc HrlilKC Among tho many odd nooks and corers and crannies of the quid Emerald Isle is Carrlckarcde on tho Great Northern railroad of Ireland It Is an Isolated rock separated from tho main land by n chasm sixty feet wide and more than eighty feet deep and it is at this place that the salmon are inter cepted in their retreat to the rivers A rude bridge of ropes Is thrown across which remains during the fishing season and this bridge which Is protected by a single rope rail swings about in Limo most uncomfortable manner often rendering It a dangerous feat In stormy weather save to the natives who cross It with the utmost indifference The name is derived from Carrlgaram ladh the rock In time road on account ot tho intercepting of the salmon Nearby on tho west side of the Island Is a cavern In which have been found tho bones of horse ox deer sheep goat badger otter water rat and of several kinds of birds CASXOnlABO- lflthohBKlnd You Rag Always BotigH Signature ot rIt A Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous 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strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr SrS Bill of Ravenswood W Va urs I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty jrurt Kodol cured me and we are now using It In mil for baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Size holdlnt 2K times the Mel size which tells for 50 cents Prgared by E 0 OtWITT fc 00 OHIOAOOk Sold by all Druggist 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 f2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare From 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 and say when and where you want to go and we wll give you full information by return mail LCBARRYTPACOTTON 82 Todd BldR Louisville Ky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public 1 can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you troublo andcost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at Hardinsburg Ky 10 j 7ttV 0 h c t I 5 I I I J 1 I I i I 1I v 1- f r tid Broadly speaking the growing of farm and garden seeds may be considered the most important of agricultural indus tries for unless the quality of the seed is maintained the succeeding crop is greatly diminished in volume and deter iorated in quality so that if applied to- the country as a whole the loss would be enormousThe magnitude of the American seed business is little appreciated said a prominent seed dealer in describing the carloads of field and garden seeds which he handles each spring The producing capacity of the seeds quickly deteriorates in most instances and the most successful farmers buy large quan tities of seeds The farmer is a some what cautious individual and although he buys on an average double the amount of seeds he did ten years ago he has not in every instance reached the point where he recognizes that the greatest economy lies in getting the best and patronizing only those houses whose reputation forbids them to sell poor and adulterated seeds Seeds Apt to Retrograde The deterioration in many seeds is very marked and large seed men go to great lengths to produce the best pos sible seed and to have various establish ments in different parts of the country where the conditions arc the best for production It is not possible that the best results can be attained in producing a great number of seeds on anyone farm or in any one locality however favored The soil and climate may be the best adapted for whichI cne kind of seed may result only very inferior seed from some other kind Courtesy A J Pletcrf Department of Agriculture of plant So that seeds as they arc handled by the big seedsmen arc gath ercd in by them from all parts of the country from Maine to California In the latter state some of the vastest seed fields of the world are found where the eye ranges over unbroken rows miles in extent at least as far as the eye can reach If all this industry should cease for a year and the farmer and gardener became dependent for the succeeding crop on the seeds which he would him self save during the year the shrinkage in production throughout the country would amount to tens of millions of dollars In the Olden TlmcsIOfcourse in the early days each farmer saved his own seed possibly he exchangedseeds with one or two neigh bors or friends At that time there was little competition in farming the produc tion of the farm was used mainly for the support of the family and the farm supplied practically all the necessities and even the luxuries of life The earliest seedfarm in the United States is believed to have been started by David Landreth the origfnator of the present big seed house This was before the Revolutionary war on a small farm now Included in the city of Philadelphia It is estimated that over 250000 acres including land in probably every state in the Union area now devoted solely to growing seed crops and some of the largest growers plant annually as high as 2000 acres Get Good Clover Seed The advantage of securing good gcr initiating seed Is manifest Take for instance clover seed which is sown on wheatstubble in the spring It is al ways possible to secure it at 50 cents or 100 per bushel below the market price quoted by the reputable seedsmen What is the result of sing such seed It must be considered a foregone con clusion that such seed is poor worth even less than the reduced price at which it is offered The land has been prepared for pasture or hay some of the fertilizer used on the wheat crop still remaining in the soil for the use of the clover and timothy and the grass and clover seed is sown to become the de pendence of the farmer for his hay crop IIo buys cheap seed 30 40 50 or 60 per cent of it is an adulteration of seed which has been killed or is old dead or weak clover seed The re mainder is good fresh seed If he buys this seed likely putting off purchase until the eleventh hour and uses it without testing its germinating qual ities he may be lucky if he gets half a stand In other words half his land AMERICAN SEED GROWING Cheap Seeds the Most Expensive GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL lies idle and he curses his luck which has thus shown itself against him whereas the fault was his own and he was simply penny wise and pound foolishThis can be said of many different kinds ofseed Or suppose he buys expensive early cabbage or radish seed it is an easy matter for the unscrupulous dealer to mix this seed half and half with very cheap late cabbage or radish seeds previously killed so that they will not come untrue to name and unless the buyer is particularly observant it may never occur to him that he has been buncoedTricks of Some Dealers Another method of defrauding the seed buyer practiced by cheap seedsmen who never expect to do business a sec ond tine with the customer is to sell him outright the cheap seeds of some plant such as a muskmelon for instance under a label of some new or high priced variety He puts in a hard sea sons work trying to raise good musk melons and at the end he finds he has a heterogeneous collection of inferior sorts Still another practice which the reputable seeds men will not countenance is to sell seeds which may be true to name and which will also germinate but which arc weak and poor An example of this was noticed by the writer in the Colorado muskmelon fields The Rocky Ford cantaloupes had for some years attained a countrywide fame through their sweetness and fine flavor They were shipped all over the United- States I i Then came a great demand for I A Field of Seed- Lettuce Parsnip Growing For Sud- Caljlrlllr Scenes Rocky Ford seed At the end of the cantaloupe season various individuals could be seen going over the Rocky Ford cantaloupe patches and disem boweling immature and frosted canta loupes for their seed This seed it is true was genuine Rocky Ford canta loupe seed and it would probably ger minate 95 or 58 per cent but it is ob vious its sale as firstclass seed was an imposition Nevertheless thousands of packages were annually foisted upon seed buyers So if you are going to buy seed and buying seed to a greater or less extent is advisable not to say necessary it becomes a foregone conclusion that it pays to buy good seed and therefore to know from whom you are buying The Government Seed Business The Agricultural Department is busier than usual sending out millions of pack ages of free seeds for Congressmen It should be understood that this free seed distribution while carried out by the I Secretary of Agriculture is no scheme of his but Is a Congressional affair pure and simple In every session there is one or more bills introduced abolishing what has been termed by more than one Congressman the free seed farce and speeches have been made annually de riding the practice showing that is unnecessary and unprofitable and a waste of public money yet when It comes to voting for a measure which abolishes a system whereby the Con gressmen who wants to keep in touch with his constituents has an opportunity to mail out a little package of garden seeds to his entire list of voters he cheerfully votes against the measure and instead votes for an appropriation of over a quarter ofa million of dollars a yeor for free garden and flower seeds If somebody would + introduce bill even with this big appropriation but speci AgricultureJshouldli SEED AND ONIONS IN HEAD I plants as may be of real value to the fanner in a Congressional district new and improved varieties even though only one package could be sent out where now a score or two arc sent the expenditure would be defensible This would be building up our agriculture and there would be cases where the entire agricultural output vould be changed greatly to the advantage of the farm The Secretary is in fact employing this idea as far as he is left any discretion in the matter of seed distribution He is allowed by Congress i small appropriation of this free seed money and where his explorers in the old countries of the world have brought- in new plants and seeds which it is believed will be an improvement on those already grown by American farmers he lends these out in sufficient amount to idmit of a rational test by a farmer Time to Abolish the System is carried the free seedAs it now out distribution should be stopped and theII work of supplying the ordinary farm garden seeds the results of which are nown to everybody should be left toII the regular seedmcn The seed business of the United States i s one of great magnitude While there ire of course unscrupulous and fake eed houses who do not hesitate to adulterate the seeds they supply the refutable firms take grunt care In seeing lilt their seeds are not cnly fresh with ood germinating powers but true to lame The oldfashioned way was for ach grower to save his own seed but in many of our principal crops it is found that the seeds grown in certain localities produce heavier yields andwhile if the planting is done a little out of the original habitat of the plant the first crop may not appreciably deteriorate the coond year the crop from that seed will show a marked falling off in yield Il is for this reason that some of the wisest farmers and planters send regu arty considerable distances for seed The seed catalogues always carry n lumber of pages of novelties and new varieties which arc described in an extremely attractive form It is well nough to try these novelties but it is rood advice to consider them as such nd have the main crop to fall back ipon from the standard or welltried aricties which have stood the test of rears An examination of many of the seeds of common vegetable and forage reveals the fact that an immense amount of poor seed is sold to American farmers and gardeners Farmers as a rule Ire responsible for this condition since ns has been said many of them buy the hcapest seed in the market and trust ntirely to luck for it to produce the en ire crop Such seed is dear at any price and is withal one of the principal ource of the hosts of bad weeds which arc to be seen upon ninny farms For the last few years there has been aI constantly increasing outcry against AN OCEAN OF SWEET PEAS Flower Seed Growing Is an Extensive Industry it the seeds sold by unscrupulous Dealers and with it a demand for legislation Congress and a few states have passed laws regulating the trade In seeds The Secretary of Agriculture under an Act of Congress has authority to and does purchase in open market samples of seeds of grazing and forage plants test the same and publish the names of per sons selling adulterated seeds So extensive is the seed business in the United States that many sccdmcn go to an enormous expense in publishing each year catalogues giving tlc many varieties offered for sale by them Home Tests of Seeds The Department of Agriculture in or der to aid fanners to determine for themselves without much trouble the germinating qualities of seeds purchased by them has issued a number of bulle tins upon the subject A very simple apparatus for sprouting seeds is describ ed in the bulletin It consists of a shal low tin basin or one of granite ware The bottom of the basin is covered with water and a small flat bottom of porous clay is placed inside The seeds after having been soaked are laid between two layers of moist blotting paper or flannel cloth A pane of glass covers the dish which is to be kept in a tempera ture of about 70 degrees The atmosphere of an ordinary living room is suitable if care is taken to set the apparatus near a stove at night The basin may be left LETTUCE partly open from time to time t6 admit the exchange of air and gases using a goodsized dish with small saucers and renewing the water occasionally Sev eral kinds of seed may be tested at once at a trifling cost The Department cau tions the farr against extremes of temperature and excessive moisture dur ing the experiments In some of the larger and more reliable seed houses of this country there is a wellequipped md appointed incubator room in which tests lire made by the neidinou In irdor to ascertain whether or not the eels will really grow This Is done with every lot of seed that comes InI the warehouse and before distribu lion through the country Results ofI A HUNDRED ACRE RADISH FIELD these growths arc recorded in a book and kept for ready reference in the event of complaints The busiest times in the American seed warehouse is from November to March and often April when enormous quantities of seeds and bulbs pass through the buildings first in large sacks and later in smaller pack ages by mail and express on their way to the progressive American agricul turist Preserving Strict Silcaec In Korea the women on their wed ding day will not open their mouths to peak no matter what the temptation or provocation Sometimes this silence Is continued through the first week of married life Although no such custom exists In the Western world extraordinary cases ara not wanting In the early forties a New York lady undertook for a wager of blue to remain mute during the month of her married life Her newmade hsband who natur ally was not in the secret was so much incensed at his brides behavior that ho left her before her tasK was com pleted only to return later when apprised of the real reason for this un natural silence On one anniversary of their wedding day a Brussels couple quarrelled so bitterly that the wife In a passion vowed that her husband should never again hear the sound of her voice She would there and then have left the house but her now penitent husband Implored her not to desert him To that extent only did his entreaties prevail for she kept the letter of her oath and never in her spouses presence did she unloose her tongue An Austrian woman whose husband WAS in hiding from the authorities In advertently betrayed his whereabouts to a neighbor who was 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homemakingISend your dime or five twocent stamps to MAXWELLS HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE 1409 Fisher Building CHICAGO i tii 1 I DE cat ithe re =t 11 I AMo MoSUI ii E SUIft gu bl- II i Isr 1 o- i st s1 nlDl M Inc I IIII II ff i I f i l i 1 1t 1pti t ptiQ 4T- Pc j- 4h tIv I L iIiIR 11 ii iij iid j I c A + t ri 1 r p I 71 As- I 1 J rr- I 1 r I f rrif f i iI- 1f t STURDY FARMERS Peruna a Necessity in the HomeII J B Alexander Publisher Fruit and Floral Guide A Magazine of Horticulture published in Hartford City Ind Bays of Poruna I was allllclcd with catarrh of the throat and head for over ten years I Was treated by many physicians but grew worse until I was seldom ablo to go out in cold weather About one year ago I was advised to try Ieruna which I did and I am now entirely well of the catarrh Peruna Is a necessity In our home With the first symptoms of a cold we use It and are never afflicted with ca tarrhI advise all who are afflicted with catarrh to try Peruna There iis certainly nothing equal to it art a catarrh medlclneJ B Alexander Peruna is a Systemic Remedy If Peruna will euro catarrh in one place it will cure it in any other place because it is a systemic remedy The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 1906 EKRON Lou Neafua was in Louisville last weekMr Hall Webster called on MIss Nellie Childs Sunday Mie Bun Carrico spent last Monday with Mrs Bob Dowell Skating is quite a pass time for the young folks at this writing Arthur Scott Hardlnnbnrg Is visit ing his sister Mrs Don Shacklet The Ladles Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs Belle SquirES Mrs Ophelia Willett hzatethtown came home to attend her fatners D S Roberts side A numbcir of young people were pleasantly outertiiiuud at the home of Mrs D S Childs Sunday evening The public school closed here Friday A Normal opened on the following Morday by Mr Kennedy who has been the principal of our public school for two years Mr and Mrs John Simpson of Nebraska were guests of their brother Mr A M Slmpsou last week They are now visiting their brother James Sijipson at New Haven Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents or le reran I have depended on Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coiiulu anti colds I know It MM ItrNU r ARon KeoxbalIUOMkh 5OcIoe JC ATItlCO All rlrIlKKIIUfor Lowell Man Weak Lungs Ayers Pills Incroaso the activity of the liver and thus aid recovery HandI Co N Y writes I hind boon a sufferer for more than thirty years with catarrh of the Intes tinoaeI had used a great deal of medi clno to no avail so I decided to try Poruna I have now used thirteen bottles and can give you the Joyful tidings that I have no more trouble I always keep Peruna on hand Fred Schnell The people generally are very much misinformed as to the nature of catarrh Catarrh IIs usually believed to be con fined to tho head nose and throat Lat terly wo sometimes hear of catarrh of the stomach and catarrh of the bladder Seldom if over do wo hear of catarrh of any other organs It is not because these organs are not subject to catarrh nor that catarrh of these organs Is not a very common dig ease but simply becauso it is not goner ally known that affections of these organs may bo due to catarrh The sale at the home of D S Roberts Sr was largely attended He and his family will soon move here We Willie more than iliad to have them citizens ot our town Miss Eva and Kitty McGlothlan Irvington were very pleasant visitors in our town last week They were toe guests of thrir cousins Mrs James Barr and Mrs W M Frymire W M F IRVGINTONI Born to the wife of BUd SAPP Feb 2 a tine girl W J Piggott was in Hardineburg last Monday- D W Henry returned Monday from a three weeks visit to Macon Ga C M McGlothan West Point epent Sunday night the guest at the Mo Glothlan home Miss Annie Lee Bandy has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs B Stith at Unston Mrs J O Chapin and daughter Eva May returned Saturday from a visit to Cloverport Mrs Sallie Minter has returned from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Louisville George Jolly Owensboro stopped off on his way from Louisville last Sunday to visit Mrs Nora Board Rev H P Clemmons Cynthia spent a few days last week the guest of Miss Ermine Munford on the Heights Mis es Lena and Virginia Hnnsley Rosa Lou Ditto and Mr John Shaw Hardinsburg spent Sunday with Miss Eula Hensley Misses Eva and Maole Mclalothlan were the guest of relatives and friends at Gaston and Enron for aft w days last week The little two year old child of Mr and Mrs Henry James died last Wed ne eday of membrane croup and was buried Thursday in Buck Grove tern eteryThe Ladies Aid ot the Baptist church will meet with Mrs Bate Herndon on Tuesday Feb 20 It has been requested that all the members comeMr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain ent ertained a number of their friends at their home on Oak street last Tuesday evening 42 was played progressively KEEP OFF ALL- CATARRHAL ILLS I Had Catarrh Thirty Years Peruna Cured Him Mr Gustav M Schmidt Spring Valley 111 writesI of the head and throat for over thirty years It became worse every year About three months ago I commenced to take Peruna and Manalln and now I am entirely cured of that troublesome sickness Your medicine Is surely a blessing to mankind You can truly say that you have not lived in vain Doctor and I thank you for tho good you have dona me May you enjoy a long life to help suffering humanity Gustav M Schmidt Dr Hartman Makes Personal Use of Peruna In speaking of his own personal use of Peruna Dr Hartman says For a number of years my profes sional duties have compelled me to be much on tho road traveling long dis tances by rail night and day exposed to all kinds of vicissitudes sleeping and eating in different hotels continually and through it all I have preserved myself from any derangement of the body resulting from catching cold At the slightest evidence of a cold a I few doses of Peruna invariably checked litThe Ladies Reading Club WIll meet with Miss Edith Marshal on Friday Feb 1 with Rev E W Graves as leader The boor Hspras will be started at the next meeting BEWLEY rILLS The ice harvest was flue Every body has their house tilled Hon Chas blanford went to Hardinsburg Monday- H U Cain has sold his farm to 11 J Lain Consideration HmO Mrs Lelia Pate who bus been teaching school in Nortans Valley is at homeJ M Lompton W C Jollv and Wade Drury are on the Petit Jury this week Miss Bevie Cain is spending this week with Mrs Fletcher blanford Loretto Ky The old Tucker property burned to the ground last Wednesday night Small insurance Mr and Mrs Charlie Robertson nee Lena Compton leave Wednesday Feb 14 for Texas Time J Jolly says he hopes you will succeed in voting your nice littlo citydryi In tact ne says you must vote her dry and if he thought ho could gain only one vcte for you be would go down and help you From another conespondent E P Hardaway spent Saturday and Sunday at West Point Miss Bevie Cain is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs Lean E Pate and son Howard are at home from school Misses Kathleen Walker and Beulah Payne entered school at Hardinsbnrg last Monday Miss Lillie McCoy who has been visiting relatives at flamed return ed home last Tuesday Mrs T J Jolly who has bad a se vere attack of la grippe is much Im proved at tnis writing Miss Aberta Drury and Overton Blan ford attended the Ladies Aid Social at Big Spring Saturday evening H J Cain has purchased H C Cains farm and will move on it 1 it a short while Consideration 1550 Mr and Mrs R D Cain entertained the young people with a peanut and candy social last Friday evening KD Cain and family will leave this weec for Indianapolis where they BY TAKINC PERUNA v Mr Henry Schroeder Route 2 Napoleon 0 writes- Ir suffered for almost ten years with catarrh of the stomach and all doctoring was of no avail cured I took nine bottles of Peruna and two of Manalin and am now entirely I recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this disease It Is my household friend Henry Schroeder A Farmers Talk to Farmers Before Dr Ilartman began the study of medicine ho was a farmer boy Ho was brought up on a farm in Southern Pennsylvania Ho belonged to that industrial successful class of farmers known as the Pennsylvania Dutch the best farmers In the world It was hero that he early learned the lesson of pulling obnoxious things out by tho roots Dr Hartmans Method of Treating Catarrh I Naturally when ho began the study of medicine his mind turned instinctive ly toward tho removing of causes He could not content himself with doctor ing symptoms any more than his enterprising father could have contented himself by pulling oft tho tops of weeds to eradicate thorn from tho soil Tho Doctor turned his attention early to the science of removing the cause of will reside in the future They will be greatly missed from the community but we wish them great success In their new home Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Follys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered forthe iennineAsk for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for chidron and delicate per sons3old by A R Fisher TAR FORK Cave Spring church has not called a pastor yet Sam Jackson qualified as administra tor of the Qnisenberry estate T H Bates and Norvin Chancellor went to Cloverport Saturday Mr and Mrs HId Burdetto visited diseases believing that obnoxious symp toms would disappear if the cause of tho disease was removed In other words Dr Hartman p piled the common sense of the practical farmer to medicine and after much experimentation Peruna was com poundedTho farmer does not think of cutting off the tops of weeds to kill thorn Ho pulls them up by tho roots Dr Hartman Interested in Farming Notwithstanding Dr Hartmans busy professional career ho still continues to bo Interested in farming Ho is tho owner and manager of one of tho largest farms in tho State of Ohio with several thousand acres of the best tilled land in the Middle West and with hundreds of tho best blooded percheron horses over imported or raised In this country Dr Hartman relics upon Poruna on tirely in case of sickness in his own family Mr and Mrs Bowman on Beachfork T H Bates went to Balltown Men day on legal business as Notary Pub lieMr and Mrs Wethington Hardins burg visited their daughter Mrs Eh TaulT H Chancellor frank labeling and J B Jackson went to Cloverport MondayEli bought a tine young horse from J D Potts Jolly Station for 00- Amon Hook Hardinsbnrg came down Saturday to visit his brother Edward Rev Wm Morton reorganized the A S of E Society here with eleven membersMiss Ryan has returned home having taught a succeessful school at Kirk which closed last Friday Wid TaulMagan was here recently the guest of his grandmother Mrs Neuby and Mr and Mrs Hd Hook Dr Wm Howard was called to hens 250 Shoes at Ladies 175 Shoes at 150 Shoes at 98c L I 1 I iMIIoiI be es soW M Nat I2 months TI At Work on the ru na Gco H Thompson Raleigh Miss writes II 1 have been cured of catarrh by your medicines Peruna and Manalin 1 had been affected with catarrh of the stomach about all my life and was taken bad every spring and summon II used several kinds of patent modi cinos but they did mo no good I thou took a treatmont under an M D which did mo but little good By this time I had got whejro I could cat nothing but a little soup I had severe pains had lost in weight and could not do any thingI began taking your medicines Peruna and Manalin I then weighed 120 pounds but after taking 17 bottles of Poruna and ono bottle of Manalin I weighed 166 pounds tam now at work on the farm and feel well all of the time I eat all 1 want to and my friends say that Ilook better than ever before I will ever praise Peruna for Its healing power Coo H A reward of 10000 has been deposited in the Market Exchange Bank Comm bus Ohio as a guarantee that the above tifylng to the samo Squire Sunday to attend Mrs Rnppert who had some teeth ex tracted and was otnerwiae indisposed Mrs T H Bates received news last week that her sister Mrs Birdie Sutton who lives in Memphis Tenn was very low with pneumonia fever We would say to our friend and old neighbor Morton who wrote to the News from iiie State of flowers that up to February we have had an warm winter and Christmas day was as balmy as an autumn day 200 People Present Tar Springs Ky Feb 9About two hundred people were present at the meeting held by the United Breth ren here last Sunday Jan 28and from seventy tive to one hunrded attend every evening service About fifty have joined the church Good order has prevailed from the begin Ing ot these meetings and great interest shown A church is much needed in this vicini ty Our Weekly Clearance Sale Positively the last offer of Low Prices on We must make room for Spring Take the values now while last 148 8CMens98c Ladies Take eSevea sipatare FarmPraises- Pe Thompson Rupperts exceptionally Shoes Stock they Ladies 125 Shoes 98C Boys 150 Shoes at 98C Misses 150 ShoesQat 7UC- For Spot Cash only No produce no checks None sent on approval This week only lWBABBAGE SON f To Cure a Cold in One Dayr Laxative 8romo QwrnneTa1w e I IiInIt CloverportKy c8 J Caret Grip lJ Two Days oncvtry I W blf z5 wtA i je j 1 V t r tb j1 yV jjig rIrFt 1t t r Ii1 r 3 Li 1 ff- I J l t J I i 1iI tE ti tt tt i tl iItltl- lr tl- t tlthirr j 1- r RA t E 1- r iArt w r It I t 1 1t I t 4ti i I S Ic f Ct 1 C F c ILI K 1r 1I 7C t 1t 11- I 1i c Ir k it