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II 1I 7 h0 1 ir4ry r a fJ hr o1A7d 1 If l p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IIALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT ill l VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1903 8 Pages NO71Is ACTIVITY IN REAL ESTATE New Buildings Nearing Comple tion and Others to l be Erected J iNUMBER OF CHOICE LOTS SOLD ifi During the past few weeks there estateti A nnmber of choice building lots have Sohanged hands the new buildings are nearing completion and a number k of citizens have announced their in 1I1tlntluu of building business houses Clover port in certainly enjoying anoth er onlldtng boom which is yet in iitsinfancy but will see the entire burned district rebuilt in a few years ourtrwlll build who would not if Clovert had not secured new industries year As everyone has remarked 1111port thing leads to another T Heyser will erect two business Iii houses on the part of the Jas Moor tman lot he bought from Short 8 Hay nes He will conduct his restaurant Iand confectionary in one and will rrent the other Judson Coombs has T spoken for part of the latter building where he will locate his tonsorial parlors He contemplates putting in a number of bath rooms which will be rented to the public Dr F L Lightfoots new office building will consist of four rooms and be a model of convenience The building will be a brick structure and will have a porch on one side ex tending the length of the building Dr Lightfoot will reserve part of the building for his own use r It is now almost a certainty that W Cloverport will have a new hotel to be built by u local party If all tne arrangements now under considera i tlon can be made the hotel will be a certainty Further particulars will be given when every arrangement is completed f Conrad Sippel bought the Wm Bea vin lot frontage twenty two feet on the north side of Main street Tne lot is the second one on the east side of Fred Mays butcher shop Mr Sippel bought it at Commissioners sale and contemplates building a shoe J shop for his cwn use F T Heysers new residence on ttFIrst street and the two residences on Main street built by the Clover port Rent Estate and Improvement Company are nearing completion companystf self ilton lot Ht will complete it himI I The Cloverport Real Estate and Im provement Company is now waiting for a deed to the Reid lot east of Pate Oelzus grainary and are contemplate i ing the purchase of five acres of the f Breckenridge Cannel Coal Companys e late addition to the city of Cloverport This land will make excellent build ing lets both on account of location and drainage I NEED MORE HANDS NOW 1More Tomatoes Delivered at Can nery and Preparations Made I for Big Run The Polk Packing Companyn can nery was in operation several days last week and several thousand cans of tomatoes were put up The rain caused the delivery of the tomatoes to be a little slow and although only about half a force of hands were em ployed it was sufficient to handle what tomatoes were delivered During the days last week when the caanery preparationstf Thouasnds of can were placed in the factory last week and as the delivery of the tomatoes is improving a larger j 7 number of hands will be employed this week The capacity of the factory is 30000 cans per day and the scarcity j of the tomatoes just at present prevents these many from being oannedII The rain of four or five weeks ago I damaged the crop and caused a part of it to rot The piping in the well at the cannery has been bursfed and Styles Morgan are drilling another well BOTH LABORED FOR THE GOOD Mrs Martha E Varble Of Owens boro Passes Away In This City MRS NANCY JPULLIAM DEAD I Mrs Martha E Varble died at the home of her daughter Mrs J O Stevens of this city at 11 oclock Sunday mrrnlng of dropsy superin duced by Brights disease The funeral was held from the family residence at 2 oclock Monday afternoon and the interment was in the Cloverport cem etery The services were conducted by Rev J F Vines of the Baptist church of this city in the presence of relatives and friends of tne diseased in this city and from Owensboro and other points Mrs Varble was a widow her hus band J C Varble having died about twenty years ago She was born in OMham county in 1847 but has resid ed in Owensooro during the greater part of her life About six months ago she came to this city fur net health and has since resided with Mr and Mrs btevens The following children are the nearest relatives of Mrs Varble Mrs J 10 Stevens of this city Walter and Clay Varble of Owensboro Pink Varble and Mrs Robt Babcock of LouisvilleMrs also leaves three half sisters They are Mrs David Adams and Mrs D Mercer of Owensboro and Mrs Hocker of Pateaville Mrs Varble had been in failing health for several years She had not been bedfast but a part of the time Thursday evening she became muchI worse and was not able to speak She knew that her death was near and was prepared At the age of fifteen Mrs Varblo was united with the Third Baptist church at Owensboru She was aI devoted Christian and a most excellent woman She bore her illness witbI great patience and was loved by allI who knew her- Summons Was Sudden Hardinsburg Kvf Sept lSpeoI I ial Mrs Nancy J Pnlliam widow I of Joseph R Pulliam died at herC home near this place very suddenly t on Tuesday morning Aug 25 Heart trouble was the cause though she had I been in her usual health apparently The funeral services were held at the M E church South the pastor Rev W F Hogard conducting the services The interment was in the 4 Hardinsburg ceaetery The deceas ed leaves two sons James of this place and John of St Louis Mo to mourn her loss Mrs Pulliam was a devoted Chris tian woman and a member for many years of the M E church South at this place Her whole life was spent in faihfnl devotion to duty and all her influence was always on the side of the rightIOne of the Best Meetings Irvington Ky Sept 1Special- The j ladles Mission Society of tne ElIzabethtown District was in session J here Saturday and Sunday I The meeting was well attended and was the best one held for sometime Ii More delegates and societies were represented than at any former meet- Ing Mrs Bettie Whitehead thatIi very efficient officer was present andI that in itself was enough to make i the meeting good Miss Tula Daniels was just in her element in the miss ionary work and a very rare treat was enjoyed when Dr Julia Donahue was on the platform The meetings closed Sunday evening by a sermon from Rev Russell of Big Spring A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or con t stipation you know what a purgative I pleasure is These pleasant little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs in a volved W H Howell of Houston Tex says No better Pills can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by All Druggists SECURE NEW INDUSTRY Citizens of Cloverport Become Stockholders iin Machine Shops and Foundry That Will Locate Here WILL BE A BIG THING FOR THE TOWN Cloverport has secured another new industry in the way of a machine shops and foundry The affair will be strictly local as it will be owned and managed bv local parties ft will be capitalized and incorporated and will probably be known us the Christian Machine Shops and Foundry Its name however will be decided upon later by the stockholders The new concern will repair all kinds of machinery and manufacture wire goods Repairs on farming and household implements and machinery used in all kinds of manufacturing plants will be made here and work formerly done in St Louis Owensboro and Louisville for parties and firms in this part of the State will be done here This will be a big saving for those who have had the worK done and at the same time will bring mon ey Into the town The L H St L Railroad Company has already promised the plant all the work that it has previously sent to St Louis and Louisville As the Henderson Route shops are located here the work done by the foundry for the shops can be secured at less expeuse and in less time than formerly The railroad shops in the last tew years has had all its castings made in outside cities This item alone will be a big thing for the new foundry Mr Madison L Christian of Louisville owns sixty shares in the new concern and the remaining sixty are owned by local parties Mr Christian was born in this city and will move bucK here witli his family He is a son of Dr Christian a former Cloverport citizen who in the fifties conducted some of the most enthusias tic revivals ever held in this part of the State Mr Christian is a man of enterprise and high principles More over he is a good business man and an experienced machinist He has 1peen in tnis business for years and in conversant with it in every department He will make an excellent citizen and is welcomed to Clover port Mr Christians love for his old home and the enterprise and business foresight of the citizens of NAVE BOOKED BIG ORDERS Output of Roofing Tile Factory Will Have to be Increased to Meet Demand The starting up of the Murray Roofing Tile Cos factory is still prevented by the delayed shipment of some of the necessary machinery from Bnnyrus O They had up steam last week to test the machinery Allot it is in very good order except toe shafting which will need some repairing It is probable that the fac tory will not be in operation before the last of this month The Company has had to cancel three big orders for tiling as it could nct fill them iIn time One of the orders was from Birmingham Ala While the delay in starting up the factory has caused this loss to the company the big orders received for the product have shown that the demand from all parts of the country will be such that when the factory is in operation the output will have to be great to meet it The factory will employ thirty or forty men this fall but next year the payroll will have to be increased as the demand for the product is be coming greater every year Buys Cottage In Woodland Irvington Ky Sept 1Spenlal John Henry has purcnased the cottage in Woodland of Mr Montgomery and will move here in October Consideration 1450 Arm Broken by Fall Union Star Ky Sept ISpeclal Howard Pute a young boy fell from fence Sunday and broke his right arm Drs Milner set the bone and the boy is doing well FoLElor x TAR facbttdr ataala awn No aplata Cloverport have led to this city secur foundryThetried to induce Mr Christian to locate in that city It is a beautiful place as Mr Christian says but he is a Kentuckian and old Kentucky i s the best place on earth for him He was here last month to confer with the citizens in regard to the matter of locating a machine shops and foundry here A public meeting was held and much enthusiasm shownas all realiz ed the benefit that Cloverport would derive from such an industry Stock waj liberally subscribed by the citizens and Mr Christian annnounced that he would locate here as soon as all necessary arrangements could be madeThe following letter in part was received from Mr Christian by Mar Ion Wen therholt last week Franklin 0 Ang27 1003 M Weatherholt Esq Dear Sit I closed deal here yesterday for machinery and building 30 x 60 feet frame in good condition I took the build ing to get all the machinery and got more machinery than I had hoped for The building will make a good foundry building At present I am wreck ing it and will ship it the fore part of next week Please rent a good house of seven or night rooms for me and I will order furniture shipped at once Hoping to see you soon and to be a citizen of Cloverport I am Yours truly I Madison L Christian Mr Christian has two sons who are machinists and will worn in the foundry His brother Mr Nobe Christian who is an evangelist may I move to this city with his family also The location for the machine shops and foundry has not been determined upon yet The Industry will be operated on a small plan at first bpt the patronage it is expected to receive will steadily increase and then the plant will have to be enlarged and more labor employed The manage ment hopes to have it in operation within the next sixty days VISIT WYANDOTTE CAVE Party of TwentyFive Left Monday on the Thomas to See the Oreat Natural Wonder A party of twenty five boarded the steamer John W Thomas at this point Monday afternoon for Leavenworth From there they will og to Wyandotte Cave and will traverse the largest avenues and rooms in this great na tural wonder They expect to return today or tomorrow The party was composed of the following persons Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorgho Miss Connie Williams of Hawesvill Misses Kate and Mary Oglesby Stella and Cleona Weatherholt Georgia White Josie Raitt Ethel Oelze Mamie DeHaven Mnnle Gregory Ruth Haynes and Julia Hills Isles dames G W Short S P Conrad and Fannie Lisbon and Messrs Shelby Conrad C E Lightfoot Lafe Behen Wallace and Carl Llehen Leon Greg ory O T Skillman Wickllffe De Haven and Sam Conrad of this city Wyandotte Cave lion twentythree miles of explored underground passa ges and a number of unexplored branches It as stalactites and stata gmites are among the most beautiful in the world and in this respect it excells Mammoth Cave Is Now at Hawesvllle Chas Rice was at Hawesvllle last week with his floating picture gallery boat He has at last got started on his trip to the Worlds Fair He will take pictures at points along the low er Ohio and the upper Mississippi and at the Worlds Fair For the greater part of the past year Mr Rice has Ijeen taking photographs in Cloverp ort and vicinity and hits made many friends while here who wish him sac cess on his trip TO ORGANIZE IN NOVEMBER Baptist Churches of This County- to Have an Association- of Their Own MEET AT CLOVER CREEK CHURCH Tnt Baptist delegates who met in Hardinsburg Aug 24 us published in the News were from the following churches Clover Creek Friendship Gurfieid Goshen Hardlnsbnrg Hites Run Lost Run New Bethel Steph enjport and Walnut Grove The fol lowing are the resolutions that were adopted Resolved That we recommend that each of the said churches and such others as so desire cause to be placed in their letters to the Associa tion a request for letters of dismission Resolved That the churches receiv ing letters of dismission be requested to appoint messengers to bear their letters of dismission and meet In council at Clover Creek church on Nov 27 1003at 11 oclock a m for the purpose of organizing an assocla tion and transacting such business as may be necessary for the successful working of the body during its first yearResolved That the brethren com posing the council now convened be requested to lay the matters hereIn contained before their respective churchesResolved That Goshen Salem and Perry connty Ind associations be requested to send brethren to sit with us in council at the above named time and place and aid us in effect ing the new organization in regular orderResolved FurtherTnat committee be now appointed to prepare suitable articles of faith and constitution and bylaws and present them for cousin eration of the body that shall convene to organize the new association here in contemplated C M Payne clerk Beat His Hoard Bill Jatiief Casey was arrested and taken oefore Justice Rodmaon yesterday on the charge of beating Jys board bill at Mrs Ida Wares house to the amount of J8 The case was continu ed and he went to jail to await his trial next Wednesday Saturdays Owensboro Messenger James Kasey was arrested in this city Friday and taken to Owensborn by Marshal Willi- sImportant Council Meeting The city council will meet In regular session next Monday night This will be an important meeting as the report of the committee appointed to investigate the legality of issuing bonds for waterworks and the cost of same is due to be made The called meeting have been held last week was not held as City Clerk Oelze was not in the city and most of the councilmen were absent Became III While on Visit Miss Alberta Hilton of Lancaster who has been the guest of W H Lynch of Mattingly returned home Monday She became ill while on her visit and was accompanied home by Mrs Lynch Friday evening Mr and Mrs Lynch entertained a number of young people in honor of Miss Hilton Plalndealer Improving The Hawesvllle Plalndealer under new management and in new form is rapidly Improving Will Sterrett son of the late publisher Jeff Sterrett is editing the paper Sam Jackson of Hawesville Is a new contributor both in prose and verse Tom Caley Seriously Hurt Glenwood Iowa Aug 98Thom- as Caley of Owensboro Ky was seriously hurt here by a runaway team He was unconscious fourteen hours and may not recover His relatives at Owensboro have been noti tied No news has been received In this city by Mrs John Burk Mr Caleys sister and it is thought that the dis patch is an error Mr Caley as is wellknown resided in this city for years TO BE SOLD IN TEN DAYS Is Patton Brick Yard if Wages of Employes Are Not Paid After Judgment F TRIAL IS SET FOR MONDAY t The trial of the suits brought against the Perfect Combustion Company of America and the Central Clay Product Company by twenty nine former employes of the Patton brick yard for wages for labor per formed is set for next Monday before Police Judge Wills In the city court If judgment against the two compa nies named is secured by the plain tiffs and the claims are not paid an p execution will be served and the Pat ton bncK yard will be sold in order to secure the amounts for which the com panies areinsolvent As yet the defendants have not filed an answer to the suits but this can be done by motion on the day of the trialThe following Is a list of tne claims and the plaintiffs Juke Weatherholt 15804 David Swearns Jr f20 H L Stader f34 50 Sam Deane f5 James Rickotts 3 Court Babbage Jr 2 Marvle Green p02Tohn R Hyde 1180 John Cummings 675 Will Jarboe 819 Charles Worley 1275 Ander son DeHaven 812 Horace Newton 8iJ85 Henry Parson 975 Wm Pine 14 John Board 825 A F Farber tOOO R Williams 18 30 George Graham 1225 James Pleas ant 454 Tom Singleton I Ell Walker 375 Clyde Sanders f4 i John W Allen 11020 E H Weath ruAt 14 40 J R Polk 1100 Matt Harper 10 Loge Fisher 8 74 George Weatherholt 140 Erby Hanks 750 The claims filed in the Breckenridge Circuit Court are as previously pub lished Chas E Ken 211 David H Swearns Mr 185 i and Chas Bohler 155 Hal Murray of this city nUll Gus Brown of Hardinsburg attorneys for the plaintiffs are confident of win- Ing their cases The outcome of the trial is causing much speculation and the court room will be parsed next Monday to hear the arguments in the rases The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shrevesport La saysIIAfter using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me IIFor blind bleeding itching and protruding piles no remedy Is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists County Teachers Institute Hardinsburg Ky Sept1Speclal The teachers institute will be held here during tho week beginning Sept 28 Prof J C Willis of Lexington will be the instructor assisted by Mrs Olcott of Ellzabethtown Col George W Bain of Lexington will deliver two of his best known lectures dnrlng the week and the Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream supper in the Court House Hall on the same evening First Visit In Eighteen Years Mrs William Evertou and two children of Wichita Kan are visit ing her sister Mrs Jeff Miller and brother J D Seaton Mrs Everton was born and reared in Breckenridge county This is her first visit home In eighteen years At present she is with her auntMrs Luther Hendricks Big Spring Wins Games Big Spring Ky SeptlSlleola1 The Big Spring ball team defeated the Irvington nine last Saturday morning in a game of 14 to 12 and defeated Buwleyvlllc In a game Satur day afternoon by a score of 21 to 6 Webster defeated the Woodland ball team he re Wednesday afternoon by the score of 20 to 13 M I Eat all You Want Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and assimilation of all of the wholesome ood that many be eaten and enables to the digestive organs to transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by Al Druggists THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits as follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will1I Issue a Time Deposit note and mail youI for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they art worth 3rd St Opposite Court louse B II POINDEXTER Cashier Ja L MOORMAN DENTISTO- Ncc over Oelzcs hardware Store y Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onableClovcrport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSHURO KY Will practice Ills profession In all of the Courts of nrl and adjoinlnc coun ties SPIHIH attention given to collecting road eases and criminal practice License to practice In States District Courts Office over tank A llardliiHlmrir Correct Dress for Men I Ifwe make your suit this hall you cnn depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING AND RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H HUNSCHE With Casper May Co CANNELTON IND GEO HI CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY co Prop LUMBER DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE theres Lile and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouUrillt Ky January 22 ion MEAT MALT CO LouIiriUe Ky Gentlemen Havlnf examined your Meat and Malt withlitstate that It IIf an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and 1 prostration and- alldaeaicsattndedwithdebllity Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy SCAT i MALT CO LeuI Jt s GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCMEON l4 CopirfffM MM btf lltrltrt S SUm JQ r + 1o n CUAPTER XXIV OFF TO TIlE DUNOEON u UEttableauJnsteibut a momentt Gabriel advanced a few steps his eyes gleaming with Jeal ousy and triumph Before bill stood the pitrltted lovers caught red handed Through her dazed bruit struggled the conviction that he could never escape Through his rut the ruts erable realization that ho had ruined her forever Gabriel of all meat I arrive Inopportunely he said harshly the veins standing out on his 1neck and temples Do I Intrude 1 was not aware that you expected two your highness There was no mistak lug his meaning He viciously sought to convey the Impression that he was there by appointment n chuwlestlne visitor In her apartments at midnight What do you mean by coming to my apartment at this hourT she stain mered trying to rescue dignity from the chnos of emotions Lorry was standing slightly to the right and sev eral feet behind her He understood the prince and quickly sought to Inter pose with the hope that he might shield her from the sting She did not expect me sir he said and n menacing gleam came to his eyes Ills pistol was In his hand Ga briel saw It but the staring princess did not She could not take her eyes from the face of the Intruder Now may I ask you why you are here Gabriels wit saved him from death lIe saw that ho could not pursue the course imP had begun for there was murder in the Americans eye Like a fox ho swerved and with a servile promise of submission In hits glance said I thought you were here my line fellow and I cnmo to satisfy myself Now sir may I ask why you lire here 1IU lingers twitched and his eyes were glassy with the malevolence he was subduing I111m here as n prisoner sold Lorry boldly Gabriel laughed derisively And how otters have you come herein this manner as n prisoner Midnight and alone In the apartments of the princess the guard dismissed A pris over eli HA what a prison Stop cried Lorry white to the lips The princess was beginning to under stand tier eyes grew wide with hor ror her figure straightened Imperious Ily and the white In her cheeks gave way to the red of Insulted virtue I see It nil You have not been out side this castle since you left the prIg on A pretty scheme You could not marry him could you oh IIe Is not n prince But you could bring him here slid hide him where no one would dare to think of looking for hlmIu your apartments With ti snarl of rage Lorry sprang upon him cutting short tuo sentence that would have gone through her like the keenest knife blade Liar Dolt Ill kill you for that he crier but before he could clutch the princes throat Votive hind frantically seized his arm Not that1 she shrieked Do not kill him There must be no murder here He reluctantly hurled Gabriel from him the prince tottering to his knees in the effort to keep from falling She hat sired her mallgners life but cour age deserted her with the act helplessly she looked Into the blazing eyes of her lover and faltered 1I do not know what to say or do My brain Is bursting Courage courage he whispered gentlyYou shall pay for this shrieked Gabriel If you are not a prisoner you shall be Therell bo scandal enough In Gniustark tomorrow to start a volcano of wrath froth the royal tombs whore lie her fathers Ill see that you are n trlsoner He started for the door but Lorrys pistol was leveled at his head If you move Ill kill your The world will understand how and why I fell by your hand and In this room Shoot he cried triumphantly Lorrys hand trembled and Ills eyes tilled with the tears of Impotent rage The prince held the higher card A face suddenly appeared at the door which had been stealthily opened from without Captain Qulnnox glided Into the room behind the prince and gently closed the door unnoticed the gloat er- A prisoner sneered Gabriel Where is your captor pray1 Here answered a voice at his back The prince wheeled and found himself looking nt the stalwart form of the captain of the guard I am surely privileged to speak now your high ness he went on addressing the prin cess significantly How carne you here gasped Ga briel I brought my prisoner here Where should I be If not here to guard him When when did you enter this A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache 25c All druggist beauWulbrownBUCKINGHAMSI DYE W IrI- Qrrt or Dftvcoilti o R Pt MALL A CO NUMIM NH DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache EJladderDont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary write lr rentier Ho hits spent n llfo tlmo curing lust such cases as your3 All consultations Free A gravel lodged In my bladder After kidneyII largo as a marble The medicine prevented further formations I was cured W T OAItES Orrlx Va Druggists 60c II Ask for Cook Dook Free Surc Cure Circular Dr OlVIIUO UANUCFonncr FrcdonlaN Y for Sale Hy Short mynas room An hour ago You were not here when I camel I have been standing on tills spot for nn hour You have been very much felted lIll agree but It Is strange you did not see me lied Qnlnnox Gabriel looked about helplessly non plused You were here when I came In he asked wonderingly Ask liar royal highness command ed the captain smiling Captain Qnlnnox brought the pris oner to me an hour ago she said me chanically It Is a lie cried Gabriel lie was not here when I entered The captain of the guard laid n heavy hand on the shoulder of time prince and said threateningly I was here and 1 am here Have a care how you speak Were I to do right I should shoot you like a dog You came like n thief you Insult the ruler of tup laud I have borne It nil because you are n prince but have n carehave a care I tinny forget myself and tear out your black heart with these trends Oae word from her royal highness will be your death warrant lie looked Inquiringly at the princess as It anxious to put the dangerous wit ness where he could tell no tales She shook her head limit did not speak Lorry realized that tit time had lOU for him to assert himself Assuming n distressed air he Lowed his lioud and snld dejectedly MyI pleading has been In vain then your highness I have sworn to you that I am Innocent of this murder urn you have said I shall have It fair trial That Is all you cnn offer Thnt Is nil the Knld shrilly hei mind gradually grams dung his mending Your will not punish tilt iiror poo pie who secreted mo In their house foi weeks tor they are convinced of my Innocence Your cnptiln here whir found mo In their house tonight can RIM sponk well of them I have only tIlls request to make 11I1llkl for win little service I many him lv i you IForgive the old people who befrleiuhnl uie I am ready to go to the tower at once captain Gabriel heard this speech with a skeptical smile on his fact 1 nin no fool he said Dimply Cap taro shrewdly turning to Qulnnox If he Is your prisoner why do you permit him to retain Ills revolver The conspirators wcro taken by stir prix but Lorry hand found his wits It Is folly your highness to nllow this gentleman and conquering prince to cross examine yon I am n prisoner amid that Is the end of it What odds Is It to the Prince of Hawsbcrgen how and where I was caught or why you olllcer brought me to you You were ordered from my house once today yet you come again like n conqueror I should not spare you You deserve to lose your life for the notions of tonight Captain Qulnnox will you kill him If I ask you to end lili wretched life Yetlves eyes were blazing with wrath beneath which gleamed n hope that he could be fright ened Into silenc- eWllllnglywllllngly cried Quln nox Now your highness Twere better In time mull t For dolls sake do not murder me Let me go cringed the prince- I do not mean that you should kill him now Qulnnox but I instruct you to do so If he puts foot Inside these walls again Do you understand Yes your highness Then you will place this prisoner In the castle dungeon until tomorrow morning when he Is to be taken to the tower Prince Gabriel nay accompa ny you to the dungeon cell If he likes after which you will escort him xto the gates It he enters them again you are to kill him Take them both away I Your highness I must ask you to write n pardon for the good people In whoso house the prisoner was found suggested Qulnnox shrewdly seeing n chance for communication unsuspected by the prince- A moment your highness said the prince who hind recovered himself cleverly I appreciate your position I have mode a serious charge and I now have n fair proposition to suggest to you It this neon Is not produced to morrow morning I take It for granted that I am liberty to tell all that has happened In this room tonight If be Is produced I shall kneel and beg your pardonThe princess turned paler than ever and knew not how she kept from fall Ing to the floor There was a long si lence following Gabriels unexpected but fair suggestion That Is very fair your highness said Lorry There Is no reason why I should not be a prisoner tomorrow I dont see how I can hope to escape the Inevitable Your dungeon is strong anti I hoe given my word of honor to the captain that I shall make no fur that effort to evade the law I agree murmured the princess Y I LDo You jI r feel run downtiredworn Not reallysick s not really well Dont feel that you need a doctorbut do feel that you need something Dont know just whatso continue to dragalong What you need at such times is WALTHE- RSPEPTONIZED PORT a tonic food that strengthens and invigorates the whole system aids digestion and builds one right up Nothing in it but Pure Pepsin and Good Port Wineno drugs or chemicals = Two sizes 50 cts and i00THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO 1rfPillaburghPa LI Li IIWFORBY L RS FISHER Cloverport Ky I ready to mint minor me strain I must see him delivered to Prince Bolnrosc added Gnbrlel mercilessly To Iloluro she repeated Your highness the pardon for the poor old people reminded Qulnnox For Gods sake do not murder me She glided to the desk stunned bewildered It seemed as though death were upon her Qulnnox followed and bent nenr her ear Do not be alarmed he whispered Xo one knows of Mr Lor rys presence here save the prince and If he dares to accuse you before Bola roz our people will tear him to pieces Xo one will believe him You you can save him then she gasped Joyously If he will permit me to do so Write to him what your will your highness nnd he shall have the message Be brave and all will go well Write quickly This Is supposed to be the pardonShe wrote feverishly n thousand thoughts arising for every one that she was able to transfer to the paper When she bad finished the hope inspired scrawl she nrose and with a gracious smile handed to the waiting captain the pardon for those who had secreted the fugitive I grant forgiveness to them gladly she said I titanic you said Lorry bowing lowMr Lorry I regret the difficulty In which you find yourself It was on my account too I am told Be you guilty er Innocent you are my friend my protector May God be good to you S be gave him her hand calmly steadily as- K she were bestowing favor upon a abject lie kissed the hand gravely Forgive me for trespassing on your wood nature tonight your highness The 0000 gnvvos shall be yours to morrow Captain Qulnnox she said graciously You have done your duty well The faithful captain bowed deep and low and a weight was lifted from his conscience Gentlemen the door he said and without a word the trio left the room She closed the door and stood like a statue until their footsteps died away in the distance As one In a daze she sat at time desk till the dawn Grcnfall Lorrys revolver lying before her Through the halls down the stairs and into the clammy dungeon strode the silent trio But before Lorry stop oed Inside the cell Gabriel asked a question linn nau ueeu iruuumig um for many minutes I am afraid I have ah mlsjudget her muttered Gabriel now con vlnced that he hind committed himself I IrretrievablyYou thud she has not misjudged you said the prisoner grimly Cant I have n candle In here captain You may keep this lantern said Qulnnox stepping Inside the narrow cell As he ulaced the lantern on time floor he whispered I will return In an hour Head this Lorrys hand closed over the bit of perfumed paper Time prince was now Inside the cell peering about curiously even timorous Ily I5y the way your highness how would you enjoy living In a hole like this all your life Horrible said Gabriel shuddering like a leaf Then take my advice dont commit any murders Hire some one else The two men eyed each other steadily for n moment or two Thou the prince looked out of the cell a thud desire to fly from some dreadful unseen horror coming over him Qulnnox llijcked time door and striking a match bade his highness precede him up the stone steps In the cell the prisoner read and re read the Incoherent message from Ye tire It Is the only way Qulnnox will assist you to escape tonight Go I Implore you as you love me go Your life Is more than all to me Gabriels story will not be entertained and he can have no proof He will be torn to pieces Qulnnox says Do not think of me but save yourself 1 would lose everything to save you IIe smiled sadly ns he burned the pardon The concluding sentences swept away the lust thought he might have hind of leaving her to bear the consequences Do not think of me but save yourself I would lose everything to sure you He leaned against the stone wall and shook his head slowly the smile still on his lips TO BE CONTINUED FOLEYSHONETHDWR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia APPLE CROP LIGHT Drouths and Insects the CauseCorn Tobacco and Sweet Pota toes Doing Well The following is the weekly crop report Issued last week Corn is in fine condition in western and bouthorn counties many early fields are matured If there are timely rains for the maturing of late fields the crop ought to equal the average Tobacco has done well it is better than was expected five or six weeks ago Catting is in progress in the Western section Pastures are good except where drouth prevails A fair crop of millet is being cut Sweet potatoes are doing well late gardens turnips and the second crop of potatoes need rain Apples are rather scarce drouth windstorms and insects have caused them to fall from the trees to such an extent that there is hardly a half crop left This is especially true in the principal applegrowing districts Plowing has been retarded by the dry weather other farm work is well up = BROKE THEIR PROMISEII Two Little Derby Boys Disobey Their Mother and are Drowned In the I Ohio Tell City Ind Aug 8Tae two sons of Mrs Jacob Davis living near Derby this county were drowned in the Ohio river about 11 oclock yes terday morning while swimming 14 Their bodies have not been recovered The mother of the lads went to Leo poll to attend a picnic nnd before sne left she made the little fellows promise her they would not go near the river They failed to keep their promise j however and shortly after her depart t ure they went to the river to go swim I fbrotherf They got in water over their heads anti were drowned before the brother could rescue them The mother is almost prostrated over the death of her boys Hole In the Lungsrr There are thousands of men and woman as wel as ever with holes in their lungs consumption stopped Consumption stopped is consumption cured What doesit Some changelin the way of life and Scotts emnlfion of codliver oil With the emulsion give some at tention to circumstances change from a dark lamp close room to n sunny dry airy one from city to country from hard to an easy life indoors to outll A hole inthe lungs once healed is noff worse thana too tightwaist or waist coat Take emulsion and give it n chance to heal the wound iJ r Gaming In Cannelton Saloons Tell City Ind Aug 28 The grand jury was in session for about two weeks at Cannelton and returned thirty four indictments One was against legless Wildrnan Nulton for murder J Ten saloonkeepers of this city were indicted for permitting gaming in their saloons Some paid thefine Laxative Womo Ouinine Cures Cold laOneDay CrlpTh 2 Days I I on every Hboil 2Sc Allen Not Guilty 1 The jury In the trial of E O Allen i charged with taking a bundle of cloth ing from the Owensboro Woolen Com tpanys store the night of the fire in J r April rendered a verdict of not gnU f ty It was thought that Allen had something to do with the burning of the pants factory but this was not t proven Strength and vigor come of good r food duly digested Force Is J readytoserve wheat and barley food I adds no burden bat suetalnsnouri hesf I Invigorates t- c f R 41 5 n 4 IF i 1 1 The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003 TilE KID GLOVE CLASS By Mrs Huttlo D Orlnnoll It Is amusing to read of the kid glove party in this land of ours It ia equally as nmuiing to hear people talk against a man in politics because he has money One would think we were in feudal England witch iH thing u slow death even c in the government of Great Britain Our land is time only laud where caste never has had a foothold Freedom of effort is the go here And freedom in America as wu know it is freedomI of opportunity and that freedom gives each and every man to choose his call ing to work out his own destiny and it Is only restricted by the limits of his ability Caste conventions do not fetter hum Are you a gentlemans eont is never asked in this land as in gnalliiAf + experience Our governments train ing school is a democratic one and nIl American no matter how low their station in life are weclomed at An napolis or West Point but it is not the case at Oxford and Cambridge across the waters The lowly born are not wanted there for they are intended v t only for the training of British gen + 1 tlemen Our institutions train think rters and useful citizens from any sta and strive to raise them to a higher plan of living America is the I Idllcato Pea A- Situatio I Book KeepingBusiness PHONOGRAPHY I Type Wrling Telegraphy I tddmre WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY reiponilbbCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal at World Exposition poelnnnsCotnrrulltlon Hooks and Board In family about jw TelegraphyspecialtiesJ IfdelredNoonlyWILBURi FARMINGI IN THE SOUTH The Passenger Department of tho Illinois 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nomeot Rant- sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer 2t Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Pont make any mistake but remember the namo SwampIfoot Dr Kilmers Swamp lMRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle I i only land where rail splitters and mule drivers may become presidents I Shop clerks here can become cabinet ministers day laborers rise often times to heads of railways and machi nists to directors of vast industries But we should all believe every man should earn his living and like Presi dent Roosevelt said We have but lit tle room tor the idle No willfully I idle man has any place in a healthy vigorous community 8l1neII is something for everyone to do our American idea is that nil honest work is noble work and distinction I can be won in the work shop as well as in the study We honor the mechanic as wo ao the banker if he achieves things The public schools in Englandure not pub lic schools at all in the American sense Popular education enters deep ly into our national life and we advo cate educating the whole people The most lowly born child is us wel come and showed the same attention as the highest officials child Every young man or woman who strives to elevate himself or herselfj will find a helping hand Then away with such absurd ideas as a Kid glove class Call it envy or prejudice which shoula have no place in an American born man or womans breast Masses classesthe bugle npte of 95 fudge1 Masses can be clas3eiu this lapd of ours and we honor any man who pushes to the front no matter if his hands are horny from labor if his heart is truejiud it is better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all- Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier byuame of J J Hav ens Versailles O For years ho was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At lengthho tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order andnow he testidess Im on the roadto complete recov ery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only BOc Guaranteed by Short Hanyes Druggists INTERESTING EXHIBIT NOTES Tusks of Prehistoric Monster and 300Pound Meteor Among Kentucky Exhibits One of Morgans men was J M Ledbetter of Littrell He has offered toe Association for use at the Worlds Fair a skillett used by his intrepid leader He says he also has a flint lock rifle 140 years old an Inditn pipe and other relics A collection of 510 snakes of all kinds and slzEJ8wil1be exhibited ut the exposition by John Vivion who lives at the footofPilot Knob in Powell county Editor O E Hurst of Mlllersburg writes the Exposition Association that a collection of boues and relics of a prehistoric monster has been found at Lower Blue LicK Springs that is worthy it place atthe St Louis Expo sition He thinks it a collection that can not be eqaled in the world One tusk of the monster measures eight feet in length Thos E Pergram of Bath county has a 300 pound meteor the largest of several fragments that fell to the earth on Nov 15 1002 which he will send to the Worlds Fair The Kentucky Exhibit 1Association contemplates paying the entire expense of all live stock sent from the State to the Worlds Fair for exhioi tion purposes The Exposition officials have offered 350000 in premiums The Association may give in addition a medal to every Kentucky prize win nerMr ChasE Braswoll writes from Eddyville that he has a medal awarded by the St Louis Argicultural and Mechiancal Association in 11370 to Hillman Bros tC Sons for best bar of iron which he is ready to turn over to the Exhibit Association for Kentuc kys display in the mines and Met allurgy Building at the exposition lias Sold a Pile ef Chamberlains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction I have sod a pile of it and can recom mend it highly Joseph MuElhluey Linton Iowa You will find his remedy u good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by Short tfh Haynes Only a Few Didnt Pay All owners of dogs residing within the city limits have paid their special dog tax for the past year with the ex ception of probably half a dozen The authorities have not had as much trouble in enforcing this ordinance this year as during some previous years s YuS BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which an not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser mav buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine front his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers generally keep BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn UOOUBLLB GA Jan 30 1901 Rlack Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the best I ever tried Our stock wa looking bad when you lent me the medicine and now they are getting so fine They are looking 20 per cent betterS P DBOOKINOTON AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Issued by State Committee on- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con tention of the State of Kentucky hold In tho city of Louisville on the 2d 3d and 4th days of June 1003 the undersigned wero appointed a committee for the purpose of bringing the amend ment to tho constitution of the state which Is to be voted upon at the No Tembor election this year to the at tention of voters of all parties In the state and obtain for It the necessary number of votos to secure Its adoption The amendment Is purely a non par tisan measure vitally affecting the in terests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may be or where their places of residence are situated The bononclal effects which wll fol low the adoption of the amendment are BO vast that Jhey can hardly to estimated The ovll that will result If by any chance the amendment should fall of adoption will be disas trous In the extreme to the best interests of he state The adoption of the amendment will not change In the least the present sys tem of taxation In Kentucky for stats and county purposes as It appllos only to taxes leied by cities and towns for their own local purpoioa The manfacturers merchants and finAncal Institutions In tho cltlos and towns ornur state are now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those in other states by the provision of our state constitution which re quires the same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as Is levied by them on real estate within their boundaries This provision does not exist In oth er states in which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial institutions fire located so that our people In these lines of busi ness are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states and the result Is that our existing In ddstrles do not grow as they should new industries are not established in our state in as largo number and im portance as in other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but in which taxation Is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as in Kentucky Tho provision of our constitution which the amendment after Its adop tion will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay if money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants ot Kentucky dont make the mistake ot thinking the adoption ot this amend ment of the constitution will not bone tidally affect you If you want existing factories in our towns and cities to grow so as to give employment to more men If you want new Industries to be established em ploying still more men If you want more consumers for your farm product and more buyers at your coun ters If you want lower Interest rate when you borrow money If you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word if you want as much pros perlty throughout the length and breadth of our grand old commonwealth ne prevails In other states then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for It Every existing factory enlarged and evry new factory brought Into Kentucky through this amendment to our constitution means Lower State and County Taxes for all the property thus brought In will go to swell tho assessments for state and county purposes which will enable the rate to be reduced Lot the amendment be adopted by on overwhelming vote in Its favor TATE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT K S RAVAOK Chairman Alilaud- ifo O THOMPSON Paducah W C NONES I iilrU 8 X LEONARD KilJjrvlll- Jos I LANDIM Hopklntvllln- WiLnuii F llnowDBK lines h1110 iV I t ItoniNHox LouUville J M KXOTT Lebanon AJVAH L TKUHY fx uivlK Hit 11 P ERNST Oovlnet n- HENHY T DUNes Lttxttif a C L SEARCY Waao HEN iv L STONE LouhvllleO- tAiirETTH WALL Mnysvlllo- R II Penny Winchester W L DROWN London P N CLARSB secretary Loulsvllla A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Dis cover for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Drown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him Ha writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles SOc and 100 Trial bottles tree at Short Haynes drug store Janus and Beckham Running Mates The Hon Ollie M James Congress man trout time First district will speak with Gov Beckham during the com ing campaign The two are expected by the Democratic State Campaign Committee to make an oratorical team of great power and effectiveness The following appointments for the first week of the campaign have neen arranged Monday September 7 Hnr rodsburg Mercer county Tuesday September 8 Liberty Casey county Wednesday September 0 Jamestown Russell county Thursday SOJtemberII 10 Columbia Aditir Cllllltt September 11 Greenwbnrg Green county and Saturday September Ila Campbells vi He Taylor county To Cure A Cold In One Day Tnke Luxatlre Ilroimi Quinine Tiililcts All I druaylstsorefuntl the money If It foils to cure E w Urvus slftnuturu bun end lox 2V Two A pp Ifcants for School Prof Thomas H Smith with the MadiHonville schools and for six years and Supt of Hopkins county was in town tl ednesday and left his npphci tlon for the principalship of the Huwesvlllo school Young Mr Gip Taylor of Daviess county is also an appli cant BUT HEALTH IS GAINED The story of a great deal of the unhappiness of women isa story of lost health Women wonder how it is that little by little the form loses plumpness the cheeks grow bol low and sallow and they feel tired and wornout all the time In a large proportion of cases when women are weak rundown and falling off in flesh and looks the root of the trouble can be traced to womanly diseases which under mine the general health The proof of this is that women who have been cured of painful womanly diseases by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription have recovered their general health gained in flesh Dr Pierces FavoritePrescription cures the womanly diseases which sap the gen eral health It establishes regulanty dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weaknessI for three years with ovarian trouble writes MM Anna Quinn Treasurer 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Insurance and hue the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in tbe county We solicit S your business whether large or small You can do your banking with J j us by mail IJOHN S ADAIR Cashier- inseeeoseeoeeaseeeeeoeeaeaaleeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e- eieeeteee3eeis eeleeeel9tile9aletiaWe eesiNie fef I I First State Bank g IRV1NGTON KY W J WJ PlGGOrr President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident J H H KUMIICU Cashier 3 Aijoounte of Corporations Firms pull Individuals solicited S Interest Paid on Time Deposi- tstieeseeeeeeeeeeseeee eeeeeaeeeeeee- eThe j Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS R S HUGIIES Pres LAWSON RENO VPres G TIHERR Sec Treas A J BRODIE J S H KIGEL F T GUNTHER W II FURGUSON R A HAGAN C L MOREll HAD We pay interest on Time Deposits 5 per cent 12 Months 4 per cent 6 Months Wo loan this money on real estate only There is not an instance in the United States whore a Trust Estate CompanyWe Trust Com pany Business und the msiness is in the hands ofexporionced officers and are fully equipped in every way having the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults and box i in the city The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45 100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized Jn1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UGHTHOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest pcid on time de- positsAdvertise V4h BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO and V G I t EctEditors mad 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 or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003 EIGHT PAGES TIlE COXiJCTION OF- CALKB 10 TrEllS The military court by whom Mrs Surratt was condemned to be executed for the assassination of Abraham Lin coir and tho Secretary of War who ap proved that sentence and the president who nad it carried out stand con demned at the bar of the world and of posterity as the authors of a judicial murder If Caleb Powers is hanged this will be the verdict and judgment 6f the world on those who fabricated the perjured testimony who suborned tho perjurers partly by bribery and partly by proposes of immunity and threats cf punishment on those who delivered the testimony and on the tribunals before whom he was tried and by whom he was condemned The unreasoning prejudice of excited t political hate justifying its verdict by pretended credence in perjured testimony will not control that till mate verdict to influence that settled J judgmentCaleb committed grave andII reprehensible mistakes it was a grave I mistake to induce that body of men I to come to Frankfortbut it was not criminal and it was not intended to J commit murder He was intemperate I in speechbut so were many thousands JI of all parties His acceptance of the pardon and his attempted es cape in disguise and with an escort were extremely ilI advised but neith tt tterwas criminal and the unrelenting implacable and unscrupulous prosecu I tion that he foresaw has proven that his judgment for the course his en envies would pursue was correct The testimony concerning these mistakes nas been most adroitly and most un scrupulously woven with the penury of an infamous set of perjurers into a case which prejudiced jurors under the guidance of partisan courts have avowed justified conviction Truth is often laggard in divesting her fair limbs of the clothing of falsehood but she does at last appear in her own noble and convincing mnjes ty and then those who have been de ceived will be objects of pity those who deceived objects of execration Powers was guilty of bringing the mountain men to Frankfort there was no causal connection between this and the assassination of Goebel We believe he was innocent of complicity in that crime but his connec tion with the one act has been used as a pretense for his conviction ofI the crone To whom the rewards wiU be paid is not yet known they have been as well earned as were the historic thirty pieces of silver On the floor of the house of Representatives by a single sentence Gen Butler destroyed the public career and drove into painful exile an eloquent and much applauded counsel and politician Gen Bingham I decline to yield to nine who compassed the murder of an innocent woman It may be that in the remote future in the face of some ambitious participator in tho prosecution of Caleb Powers a similar retort will be Hung Morn ing Herald Lexington Ky Mr L D Addison is going to add H story to his residence and finish itJJ up in colonial style with a large veranda extending in front and half way around the old building The improvements will add much to its appearance and make a lovely home The work will begin at once and Mr and Mrs L D are to be congrat nlated There is nothing so enjoya ble as a good comfortable home If you dont plant potatoes you cant expect to harvest themIf you dont advertise you will never get any returns Walter Oelze is getting returns from his advertising every day He has sold in the last week five zono pnones He lays it all to advertising He uses the columns of the News freely The Powers verdict was BO appalling to everybody that it struck them dumb Nothing is being said about it It Is scarcely ever mentioned onIthe streets of this town If Powers is innocent it is an awful awful thing ofMaking little spurts advertising is like trying to dispel a fog with a fan If you wish to succeed you just i keep it np Mr Marion Polk of Tobth port brought over a very line sample of seedling peaches raised on his place They are ahead of any California fruit we ever saw and of much finer flavor They would make a fine ex hlbit for the Worlds Fair Mr Clarence Wheelers residence just over the river from Addisons ia a lovely wellkept home Beautifully situated on a high point overlooking the Ohio with trees shrubs anti flowers all beautifully kept makes it an ideal spo and a home to be proudof Alt Robards of Powers Station was here yesterday showing our clay workers a fine specimen of fire clay which he is mining on his place near Powers Alf tells us he is married has a good wife is prosperous healthy and happy all of which he looks to be The tomatoes that are being deliver ed to the canning factory are of superior quality fine size and uniform The company is well pleased with the product and arc making they say an extraordinary run for a new plant Cloverport is very proud of its can mug factory BARBECUE A BIG SUCCESS Everybody that attended the big bar becue at Irvington Friday was pleased with everything except the weather The barbecue was given by Bewley villa lodge No 223 F A M toceleJJ brate the fiftieth anniversary of its erie tence and the members and friends of j the lodge assisted by the Masons and good citizens of Irvington and neigh boring towns did things up in great style and made the day a most enjoyable one for everybody who was pres ent The Masons had widely advertis ed the affair and did not disappoint by I not having the attractions they had advertised They had worked hard for its success and were rewarded for their efforts by taking in a big sum of money and having between one and two thousand people enjoy the dayII with them All the receipts wont to I the Old Masons Home the people who attended the barbecue went a wayII wishing the lodge could have a semi I centennial every year and the Masons returned to their homes in tne beauti ful little town of Bewleyville pleased with the success that had crowned their efforts The Cannelton Commercial UlubII band furnished excellent music for theI big crowds and running sack potato and wheelbarrow races and the climbing of a soaped pole furnished them with amusement Among other attractions was the petrified Indian woman and papoose in charge of Dave Henry The woman is about six feet tall and the papoose is clinging to her breast This curiosity is in a good state of preservation and has been in the Irvington neighborhood a number of years NOTES The women took an active part and did good work- Brandenburg Hardinsburg and Cloverport were well represented It was awful hot D 0 Heron worked for a week night and day and the success of the barbecue is due largely to his efforts and untiring work Mr L D Addison took an active part and made the buggy go He is still hoarse from his much talking The good women who had charge of the ice cream stand and who did faithful anti untiring work were Mesdames Wimp Lewis Heron More man Chamberlain and White and Miss Lillie McGlothlan Rev J T Lewis looked after the finances Billy Ditto and Henry Head out of towners took an active part and did excellent work Walter Oelze the hustling musical man of Cloverport was on tbe ground with his zonophone and furnished an excellent entertainment for the music loving public Irvington knows how to do things tooCloverport had n good representa tionCharlie Skillman was about the happiest mai on the grounds He captured the buggy The Henderson Route did the hand some thing as she always does in give ing a low rote Bob McGlothlan superintended the cookIng of the meats with Bled Walker and Jake Weatherholt of Clover port as chief cooks The cooking and the meats were simply splendid Ye gods II what meat and how weII did eat I Ii Attractive Signs The Bank of Cloverport had an attractive sign painted on the big plate windows at the Main street entrance last week At the Elm street entrance the Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Company had a sign painted as the company holds Its meetngs in the office room of the bank HARDINSBURQ Miss Ida Jolly is visiting Miss Alice BakerMrs Leo Bishop is visiting relatives in LouisvilleMrs Brodie is visiting rein tines at Cheuanlt W B Lennin was the guest of J D Beeler at Kirk Sunday James H Gardiner is preparing to build an addition to his store Jas G Brodie of Owenoboro was the guest of his mother last week Dr W A Walker who is sick with typhoid fever is recovering rapidly Shelby Triplett the tobacco dealer of Garfisld was in the city last Mon dayJ C Olive of Constantine was in the city last Monday on legal bust nessMrs Melissa Carrico of Owensboro- is visiting Mr and Mrs W R Weth ingtonMiss Audra Brown of Brandenburg- Is visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D Brown Miss Ida Mercer returned home last Friday from a visit to relatives at CalhounMrs 0 Phelps of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Jno Beeler at Kirk Mrs G W Beard was the guest of Mr and Mrs R M Jolly the first of the week Attorney H C Murray of Clover port was in town test Friday on le gal business Joe Adkisson of Daviess county is visiting his sister Mrs Walker Board of Holt- MissAlliene Murray of Cloverport was the guest of Mr and Mrs M H Beard last Friday- A negro minstrel show struck the town last week and showed to crowd ed houses two nights Miss Tula C Daniels attended the Missionary meeting held at Irvington the first of the week Jno D Snaw cashier of the Far mers Bank was the guest of friends at Eminence last Sunday Mrs W B Lennin and children are visiting Mr and Mrs Roland A Smith at Stephensport Mrs Styles and son were down from Stephensport several days last week the guest of her husband Joe Ulas cocK a prominent farmer of the MoDaniels neighborhood was in town the first of the week Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardin of near Cloverport were the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Pile lust week Miss Frances Smith returned to Elizabetntown last week where she will tenon in the public schools Mrs Charles G Rend of Louisville was the guest of Miss Amanda Dean at Glendeane teat week W S Ball candidate for Circuit Court clerk was at the Masonic bar becue at Irvington last Friday Miss Lucy D May left Tuesday morning for Wilmore Ky where she will enter as a student in Asbury CollegeMr Mrs John H Blythe of near CloverpDrt were the guests of Mr and Mrs T C Tousey the first of the week Mr and Mrs Rogers Gore have rented the residence of Mrs Judithf DeJarnette on Louisville street and will move there this weeK Walter Moorman of Glendeane was hero last week visiting his brother Henry DeH Moorman He will advertise the State Fair to be held at Owensboro this month in this and Hancock and Meade connties Paul Wethington of Balltown is here visiting his parents He has recently recovered from a severe spell of typhoid fever and is now reoupera ting his health- I will be at Hardinsbnrg Septem ber 1011 and 12 prepared to make all kinds of photographs This will be my last trip If you want pictures be sure and come in this time W J Mattingly UNION STAR S W Pate IB very mcuh Improved Schoolbegan at Shilo Monday with MIsS Violet Bosley as teacher Rev J C Hdskinsbn of Stephens port was in town WednesdayI The doctors report several cases of typhoid fever in this vicinity Mr Robinson of Lodiburg is visit ing Mr M sill oh an this week Mrs Calyton Crosson of Louisville Is the guest of Mrs P H Hawkins Miss Molly Kroush and Roy Leaf Attended the picnic at Yellow Bank SaturdayMiss Maxwell of Glendeane vIsited her cousin Miss Beulah McCoy last week Miss Mary Rhodes and Eula Hope Cart were the guests of Miss Hallie Severs Thursday Guylie B Howard of Rockvale was aL Tnc c Lire L- rA4 Rol IN1EHtttttt tfftimt4 aAw po I n uwnpwaI II-MIy ttt brtot MtUI HI W IMpnnll t4lfttl bit KlMM IIM 11- 1S AS s1 1W IF 1rIoo N 4M11- rMIi i5 iI w Price 50 Cents 1451 If nucHcn Mioiewteo tae Watch Your Liver Dont let It bo overworked or become torpid forllver troubles make kidney troubles heart troubles and nerve troubles Your headache dirtiness constipation Indigestion J chills and hot flashes pains under shoulder blade fullness In the right side variable appetitejind temper are the results of a deranged lifer and are the forerunners of more serious diseases Dont allow yourself to fall Into a condition of chronic invalidism by neglecting these disorders Take DR THAOHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP II Tho Road to Good Health It will set your liver right and drive away the gloom By Its cleansing strengthening effect upon the liver kidneys stomach bowels and blood It makes good health not only possible but an assured thing It trees the system of all impurities enriches the blood Improves the v appetite and aids digestion Your dealer has tDry 4 formic Liquid form 50c and f100 Send twocent stamp for sample bottle and writeerAouAr Con sultation Department for fldcntlal advIce THACHER MEDICINE CO ChattanoogaTenn TennA 11- 1Iw4rwbn 41INrLMUM1- I Price ioI NICE PRIZES 11- I I Will Give Away Absolutely Free The Following Prizes 2500 First Prize A fine ladies gents gold watch with Walthnm Elgin movement valued at S25 qr standard Edison phonograph valued at 20 1000 Second Prize Choice of ring watch locket chain or solid silver spoons valued at 1000S500 Third Prize Choice of ring locket chain cuff buttons cut glass carafe or set of Rogers Bros knives and forks 200 Fourth Prize Choice of Chain Cuff Buttons Stick Pin Fountain Pen Locket or Charm 100 Fifth Prize Choice Stick Pin Buttons Pen or Chain 50c Sixth Prize A nice box of Paper Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Prizes A nice Picture to each Next Five A nice Picture Frame to each Next Five Two nice Pencils to each With every purchase made at this store between now and twelve oclock tho Twentyfourth December you are entitled to coupon On this coupon you will place your name and address Immediately at the of this offer the coupons will be shaken up in box and drawn out by blindfolded person and the prizes will be awarded in order they are drawn person will bo allowed more than one prize You may rest assured that contest will be fair and square in every respect and one persons coupon will have the same show every other coupon Every one should take advantage of this chance to get something nice free charge and buy all your stationery etc here With every purchase one coupon will be given is lottery simply chance to get something for nothing You have the extra advantage of buying things cheaper hero than at any other house in this country advantage of this exceptional chancel W B OELZE i u Cloverport Ky HnrrKrxninfu NEWS PRINT Olorcrport Kv teethe guest of Aliss Cora McCoy last Saturday and Sunday B Payne of Earned was the guest of Mr and Mrs J W French several days of last weeK Dr Wm Milner and Mr Sam H DIX w illeave soon for Hardin Springs to spend some time recuperating James Younger and Mrs Younger of Cloverport were the guests of Miss Sue Brashear Saturday night and Sun day Bull Rayburn of Ammons who will soon leave for California to make JIIB home in the future was here this weekMrs Ralph Ammons returned her home at Ammons Sunday after several weeks visit at her mothers Mrs Tite Mr and Mrs R A Pate Mrs N Pate and daughter Eddie Leah of Mattingly were the guests of Mr S W Pate and family Tuedsay Dr Wm Milner went to Mr Allens near Ohenanlt Saturday to meet Mr Joe Allen of New York City who is at home visiting hIS parents The trustees of the school at this place did some much needed repairing on their school house before the school opened Monday morning A B Cart is installed as teacher- TwelveOunce Peaches Mr Marion Polk the wellknown farmer of Tobinsport presented the News with four large seedling peaches Tuesday Each pARch weighed twelve ounces and measured about inches in circumference The fruit ia of line variety and flavor Cr kMprll 1415 EOICIN C- Otu4wp1m of No of SURRIES AND BUGGIES FOR SALET- he IJ undersigned having closed deal with Bar nett Carriage Co of Cincinnati Ohio is ready to offer buggies and surries at prices as low astlowest quality considered Poles or shafts or both if wanted Will also Banner buggy of St Louis if preferred f Single and double buggy harness forsale also Please and price me before buying elsewhere J H PAYNE STEPHENSPORT KY Carried Off First Honors W Hale the wellknown impersonator will give an entertainment at Oelzes Hall Sept at 8 The saysMrlast TMACNtae load A- iJ J IS I4Ci5 UNIaIAnil OIII- W IIIIn rat rntWI 1M uw 4 55 MA- rNIi5H4 D4 r N11 50 Cents Iv- THACHER or or a a t a on a close a a as the with This no it is a Take I I to W twelve a e+ a the now you t the sell you the call a Powell 8 oolock night Y a- A I M L 4 fleets In SeptemberjThe Louiflvllle Conference of the Methodist church South which in eludes tnis county will begin at Mar ion September 80 A number of changes in assignments are expected + i- Ai 1 l 1 r7 ir1 1i Ir 4 rr + Tolls Pills IThis popular remedy never falls to I cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sic Headache Biliousness Mid ALL DISEASES arising fromt DigestionTheand solid flesh Dose small elegantt swallowTake WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003I = Good insurance R T Polk Saddlery supplies Babbage Son Ike Meyer was in Louisville la weekNew country soghum its good Noltes BornTo the wile of Ed Grego r a daughter Sam Keith went to Louisville Thursday to work Mr Ford Owen of Glendeane win town Saturday Miss Ruth Haynes has been vi siti friends at Bluff City Miss Nell Gregory returned from Philadelphia Friday Get on to the swell line of station ery I Go to W B Oelzes r l P D Plank will probably Inua his new gasoline boat this weekLWarflela Collins who had an atta t of malarral fever has recovered Our OSo shoe sale still continues Great bargains Babbage d Son Miss Jennie Green of Fulls of Rough has been visiting Mrs G W Short Misses Una and Nina Bruns attend ed the Masonic barbecue at Irvington JMissed from H visit to friends near Har dinsburgMrs Mason of Cannelton was the guest of Mrs John Jarb last week Miss Annie Hambleton came up fro Sorgho to go with the party to Wyan- dotte Cave Miss Francis Smith was the guest of Mr and Mrs RM Jolly at Irving- ton last week Miss Browning of Cincinnati was the guest of Misses Bee and Mattie Willis last week r Mrs Moredock of Louisville h been the guest of her mother Mrs Francis Sawyer r J Big supply of dry goode and novelties for ladies to arrive this weeK Babbage Son EnosKeith was down from Bedford- lull Saturday and Sunday visiting friends and relatives At a special meeting Wednesday night of the local K P lodge J Fallon took the third degree Misses Maggie and Julia Wroe left Thursday for Ruth to spend a wee with their uncle H C Cooper Rev John F Morton returned Thursday from Louisville where he has been doing evangelistic work Harrv Moorman was at the St I George hotel last week in interest the Owensboro Woolen Mannfnoturi J CompanyMr Mrs Randall and son Dwight of Louisville were the gues of Mr and Mrs R O Willis a short while last week Rev W H Fitzgerald of Louis vine pastor of the Baptist church atj Hardinsbnrg was the truest of Rev JF Vines several days last week Miss Florence Lewis returned Thursday from a visit with her cousin Miss Grace Rhodes at OwensLoro Miss Rhodes leaves Owensboro this week for her tome in Nebraska Young Plants Every farmer knows th some plants grow better tha others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak andI others stron And thats the way with younplantssame care but some grow big andstrong while others stay small and weak 1 Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChIld starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed I Scotts Emulsion really feed and gives the child growing strengthD6t Whatever the cause of weak growScotts dI iband set the matter rightnSend for free sample Scott ft Bow eChetnlU 409 Pearl SL New Tort sac and fioo all druggifU l I Flower pots all sizes Noltes New arrival Douglas shoes Noltes Saddlery supplies Babbage Son When your policy expires see R T PolK kBos twopiece suits ISo Babbage Son W B Oelze is the leader in tine stationery OwensCboro Thursday I write both life and fire insurance R T Polk priusJMr and Mrs E 0 Brice sailed for Spain Saturday For a shave that is a shave try Jud stson Coombs The nicest line of tablets is at tno W B Oelze stor e For pencils pens and ink W B lenderrNice box paper from Go to75c pe- rboxW B Oelze Wm Preston is having an addition storesMrs Chat Babbage came up from relativesKMrs J G Shaw of Fulton was the guest of Mrs Frank Fralze Monday Squire L AFoote of Bewleyville is visiting his daughter Mrs V G Babbage ohBerne Severs will reenter thi SepckJ8 Joe Beavin who has been sick with bilious fever for three or four weeks jis improving Misses Annie Claycomo and Alma Orendorf of Webster were the guest of Mrs Joe Fitch Thursday Mrs William Mullen anti daughter Stella left Sunday for Marshall Tex r J to visit her son G M Mullen Buy your school supplies at W B Oelzes and get a chance on a 250 present Twenty presents given away CityoeInd was the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W B Noell Las 1week Ledgers crash books day books order books bill books and all other jbookkeeping material atW B OelzesJas Sweeney anti Tom Archer of Owensboro J D Babbage Jr of this city and Ed Bishop of Glen deane were at Tar Springs last week asLostAn old fashioned cameo broach at Tar Springs or between here and there Saturday Aug 22 Name Kato scratched on back Return to News office and receive reward Red Davie returned Sunday from 1Bay St Louis Miss where he has been employed by the Illinois Central Harry Hambleton will remain at the point oeMessrs W B Oelze V G Babbage F P PavneC B Skfaluian and Miss Toddk1 were among those who attended the masons barbecue at Irviugton Friday State of Ohio City of Toledo Il ASLucasJI thatuJ Cheney C Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State witto1 pay ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Caarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn before wand e subscribed in my presence this Oth tiny of December A D 1800 A W Gleason Notary Public Halls Catarrah Cure is taKen internally and acts directly on the blood and mucus surface of the syst m Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are the best atPreaches Farewell Sermon tendern ed his resignation as pastor of the Lncile Memorial Presbyterian church delivered his farewell sermon bnnday morning to an appreciative audience His subject What Holds the Future for Me wan appropriate for the oc casion and he handled it in an able manner Rev Walton will remain m Clover port before leaving for Barbonrvllle until September 10 whence will offl elate at the weddibg otrDileaEliza beth WatkinsHamilton to Mr Charles Edward KellII I Another Lyceum Attraction Hardinsburg Ky Sept 1Spec- dalThe next attraction of the Har ChicagoSGlee Club which appears at the City Hall on Thursday evening Sept 10 ext A glee club is always highly entertaining and there will not be a disappointed person in the audience that hears this club The lycentn has lost money on every entertain given save one anti the pabho should patronize their highclass attractions more liberally II I JAMES W WIIITEHOtrSE who died at OrInoco Island of Leyte P I July 11 lOOv i Labor Day Celebration Henderiun IKy September 7 1003 On the above account rate of f 205 for round trip Cloverpurt to Bender son and return will be mode Date of sale Sept 7 limited to return Sept 8 Kentucky State Pair Owensboro I For the Stnte Fair at Owensboro rate nt I115 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Septemer lOht to liC inclusivei good returning September 28th TrjState Old Fashioned FalrEvanivllle For the above occasion rate of 2 70 for the round trip Cloverport tto Evansville and return will be made on September 14 to 10 Inclusive good returning Sept 19 Labor Fair Street Fair Louisville Ky September 719 1903 For this occasion rate of 245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville 0and return will be made on Sept 7 good returning Sept 8 On Sept 13 rate of 820 for round returningtSept On September 19 rate of 820 for round trip will be made good return- Ing Sept 20 Louisville Horse Show Louisville Ky sept 28 to Oct 3 1903 For the Louisville Horse Show rate of 220 for the round trip Clover port to Louisville and return will be made on Sept 30 and Oct 8 good re turning Oct 1 and 5th respectively On Sept 28 and Oct 4 rate of 295 for round trip returning OctSth Round Trip Homeseekers Excursion Tickets for sale on First and Third Tuesday of each month up to Novem rasestApply at ticket office for information Oneway Second Class Colonist tick ets to the Southwest on sale on First i and to and ratesivi reduced i Returned Missionary To Spak i Hardmsburg KySept 1SpecIRl Mrs Mary Carr Curtis a returned i missionary from Malaysia will ad dress the people next Sunday morn lug Sept 0 at 11 oclocK at the M E church In the evening she will speak on a missionary topic at the M E church South She will exhipbit many interesting Malay curiosities to her congregations and her addresses will be interesting and instructive The general public is invited to be present Mrs Curtis will be the quest of Mr and Mrs Morris Esk ridge during her stay nere Are Interested Parties ExMayor T W Armstrong of New Albany Ind E A Hall and S P Owen the tobacco rehandlers of Louisville and Prof J F ElsOm and xChas Elsomof the New Albany Scien title Laboratories were in the city Sun day the guests of Mrs Mary J Mil ler The parties mentioned are inter r ested in the development of mineral llands near this city owned by Mrs iMiller rCard of Thanks We desire to thank our friends and v neighbors for the kindness extended rduring the illness and death of Mre r Varble rMrPELLVILLE W A Hawes will leave here in the fall and go to Yelvington where he will sell goods Bion and Clay Moseley went to Owenbsoro Thursday Mrs W A Hawes is visiting in Hawesville Mrs Frank Farnsley and daughter Zo of Paducah are visiting her sister Mrs J H Ublnchain The best general crop here than ever was known before If farmers wll tale care of what they make they need not grumble at the government usuallydo tIm Warts2 FOR SALE HALED HAY baledZWANTEDWOMKN WANTED Sivontyflro women to peel to folk Packing Company Clover port Ky Iron SALE FOR SALE A good bicycle In use one IshFort SALEPEVIXO MACHINE Foilalu uoond hand sowing 311lchlno In running order SID gets IL hurry nr youll miss n migain JNOI H AIllIAdI tluverport Ky FOR SALE 30 laad Shorthorn nod Polled Purlntti rows and liulfirs To reduce my herd TJIyIIfli hullsIiUmenFnllsofltoughKyWANTED D A Ci CThat are clean nnd large 3c MT rVJ pound will IK paid for them dolly end at this ofllco Jno D lliibbage FOR SALE jPItiNTINO lressel and Cutting mllrhlnes ono lot of good Laundry machines UnwiheFnglncxDLIItTIN StreetIeutsclllcMONEY TO LOAN LIFE Inurllnco lollclos lnultht for rllsh or wrltltolitIlltBerkshire and BePt Rocks FOR SALE urred1lYl1loUlh EltltsInurn1011NI nuWANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOW L D ADDISON Addison Ky WONT TELL ti TABLETS OR CUEWING GUM Destroy the Odor offLiquorOnionsor rOR SALE BY ALL LEADIN- GeurrcTscIGAR i STANDSANDDRUG ItRAiltlititilitil Iilitilitil AitiliRitilitA O fr rivI PhonographsI r r r r x a The Edison Gem Talking Machine tI The best cheap machine un the market only 10ll titit play It uses the saute trecords as larger machines tand plugs as well as any other t i tketonice line of records for this tmachine and you may hear it tplay merely for the asking r Daily concerts given at the store r I I JThe Edison Standard Phonograph f Ktimesf each day Come and hear IC f fand examine the machine f Only 20 Nice lino records r rat 500 per dozen Phono R graph supplies always in stock i weB oELZECl- orerport iiI Ky- KttttkfPflSKKkKkPkkkPkkkkttRk it F C HCorsetFresh a come the dainty American Beauty corset known as the F- Cthey are indeed beauties in execution anti fit if you wear them once you will like thong always A guarantee as to fit and workmanship We now have nil sizes try one next time youre in n- eedJCNOLTEBRO M t MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY Aa A W UnN NN N N + N N i Bank of Hardinsburg i + 1 T + OFFICERSBj DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard LaCe Green C Vie Robertson B F Beard J iJ Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson + Insured against loss by fire or burglary y + i Interest paid on time deposits J H NOTICE TO THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY If you want to buy the Purest Bone Meal that iis licensed in the state or a Bone Meal that runs high in nitrogen and ammonia I will guarantee these brands second to none The Desiccated Bone made by the Hichi gan Carbon Works to be the purest bone licensed in the state and the Kaufman Pure Bone Heal to have as much nitrogen as any licensed in the state II 2700 Per Ton postal to Ainmons iCy11111 I will meet you there W H DUTSCHKE Ja W4PAWW END CAME GENTLY e Neither Parental Love Nor Medical Skill Could Save Little Elizabeth Beard Hardiusburg Ky Sept 1Spec- ial Elizabeth Ellen Beard the in fant daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard died Sunday morning Aug 29 after an illness of about a week All that medical skill and parental love could suggest was done but o- no avail Death came so gently that the end was scarcely apparent to the anxious watchers by the bedside We watched her breathing through nightHer low As in her breast the wave of life Kept heaving to and fro Our very hopes belted our fears Our fears onr hopes believed sleptAndThe funeral srevices were conducted at the home oy the Rev W F Ho gard on the afternoon of the same day The interment was in the Har dinsbnrg cemetery The pall bearers were Messrs T C Tousey Charles Edmunds Alfred Heston and Evan RoyaltyElizabeth Ellen was tour months of age a bright child and the pride and hope of her parents The sincere sympathy of the entire community goes out to them in tbistheir sad bereavement CAbTORIBetrithBlgnotnie j of Nana Always Bought G IensI Innellitla l s i at toaew o- S I First Ii Class I I MeatsFor i PicnicsWe arc prepared to fur nish meats for such occasions Wo make a feature of this business during tho season and can supply every kindof meat neededdo it quick do it right and do it cheap No matter how Jargo or small tho party may be wo can furnish tho meat to perfect ion rust llot us know by phone or lett- erFred May City Meat Market CLOVERPORT KY Fitting Herd for the Fair Mr Jno P Foster of Nocreek Ohio county tne breeder of large English Berkshire hogs writes us that he is fitting a young herd of Berk shires for the coming State Fair at Owensboro 4 =r J9 I CHINTZ ROYATLY Practical Surveyor ALS- ONotary Public J JIcan survey your landsi write your deeds and take the acknowledge t Inent at jcur homes this saves you trouble and costs your patronage solicited address me at Harf dinsburg Ky- MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY OR IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE rOOM i St Louis and Memphis i Affords prospector or homeseeke- best service FASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IN I Missouri Nebraska Kansas Otcnhoma and o OregonCalltornla ArIIODPullmau Kellnlnrcliiilrcftrs ertltlveliteratureII C TOWNSENI a P and T A ST Louis Mo I It TO MATTHEWS T P A- Lotnsvnir KY t SYSTEMIVIIL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS Fur Rates and Information addretM If I McOUISB W R PQNVE Tr Pass Agent Oeneral Agent CINCINNATI OHIO REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On these first and third Tuesdays of each month special hometeekers anti colonist rates are effective from St Louis mid Kansas City to points in Mis souri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas via the For roundtrip ticks 7Ifare plus two1 Vrs an I for sing te tdp tickets ehalf fare pi is two dollars 0 I tlIM11k1Ntk11tt11tt1tflS Mk7tMxfl1t1t11wyI COLONIST RATES i VIA THEJex se II Onehalf rate plus two dollars from St j Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem x- u phis to points in II 5 MISSOURI I ARKANSAS jj a INDIAN TERRITORY = II OKLAHOMA jj K TEXAS H r R LOUISIANA 5 II se This rate is in effect on the first and car third Tuesdays of each month Full is ii 9 information furnished upon applica = i lion to any passenger agent of the J p Stp= Frisco SystemSt K Saint Louis inKttxKitatttkMttKwK ttkx KKttKMM e- Do You Enjoy What You EatYou can eat whatever and whenever you like if you take Kodol By the use of this remedy disordered digestion and diseased stomachs are so completely restored to health and the full performance of their functions naturally that such foods as would tie one Into a doublebowknot are eaten without even a rumbling and with a post Uve pleasure and enjoyment And what U more these foods are assimilated and transformed into the kind of nutriment that Is appropriated by the blood and tissues Kodol Is the only digestant or combination of dlgestants that will digest all classes of food In addition to this fact It contains In assimilative form the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all disorders arising therefrom Kodol Digests What You Eat Makes the Stomach Sweet Bottles only Regular size oS 1 100 hoMlnr 2H limn the trial size which tells for SO cents Prepared by E 0 DeWITT CO Chicago III IAI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003 CONTEST FOR OLD FIDDLERS t A 0 U Ws of This City Securing Entries for Big Contest in October EASY CONDITIONS FOR ENTRIES The A O U W lodge ot this city is making preparations for an old fiddlers contest to take place some time during the month of October Entries for the contest tire now being secured and nil the arrangements are thatran early date in October can be announced for the contest Each and every entry in this contest must lw over fortyfive years of age No other conditions are imposed anti place of residence is not restricted The prizes will oe nttracllve and worth contesting for The first prize will probably be 25 in cash The other prizes will range ns second third and fourth but these will be ar ranged later Several have signified their inten hon of entering the contest Among them are Messrs Price Graham elms Furrow John Dean Thos Ethertoa Robt Lewis and Robt JMattiugly The names of those desiring to enter the contest should be sent at once to Walter B Oelze so that all the plans onn bo arranged at the earl iest possible date It costs nothing to enter The committee on arrange ments is composed of the following gentlemen Henry Lewis Wallace Lisbon and WB Oelze The A U U WH have beon plan ning an old fiddlers contest for some time In point of numbers and activity the local lodge is tho strongest in the county and will leave no arrange menta undone which will contribute to muse the contest nu enjoyable and successful event Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All ykln and Blood Diseases Curedj Mrs 11 L Adams Fredojjin Ala took Botanic Blood Balm Vhloh effect unity cured an eating wincer of the nose and face TtVo sores healed up wrfjctly tinny doctors hind gun up her CBBG as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supper ating swellings etc have boon cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs AlIIIstare htaltJl1Ithe sore and MW Guerney is as wed as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offen sire pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Drug gists 100 per large bottle Sample of n talks Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta On Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter it is certainly worth while Invest gating such a remniKunle rttmedv as Botanic Blood Balm cures the most- I vfnl worst and most deepseated blood diseases PAINTING SCIIOOL BUILDINGS 11 AlcCrackens Force of Paint ers Busy at This and Other Contracts Wilbnrn Gregory and Chas und Mulcolin OBrien have been painting the interior of the high school build Ilug for Contractor S H McUracen Ther hove also beau painting the woodworkon the exterior The halls and the woodwork in the school rooms have lbeen painted in pen green blue and oak and the outside trimmings nre all in solid white These are Imp oveUl8l1tli which have long been needed Mr MeLracken also hue the contract to paint the canning factory F T HHysers iiiW residence P D Planks residence bought last week from the Cloverport Real Estate and Improve ment Compnny and the buildings owned by the Henderson Route in this cty Bucklent Arnica Salve Huts worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment for balm or Cuts Corns Burns Boils Korea Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infalliole for Piles Cure Guaranteed Only 2J o at Short Haynes Drug gists a Difficult Digestion That Is dyspepsia- It makes life miserable Its sufferers cat not because they want to but simply because they mutt They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot bo otherwise They complain of a bad taste In tho mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not Tho effectual remedy proved by perma nent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla 11001 11 IILLII are tl u burl cathartic OUR TOTAL POPULATION Including the Philippines Porto Rico Guam and Samoa We Numbe r84233069 From the Hon W R Merrlauis Noteworthy Results for the Twelth Census in the September Century The total population enumerated by the twelfth census was 705503887 but while the area of enumeration covered Alaska nnd Hawaii it did not include Port Rico the Philippines Guam or Samoa The population of these newly acquired islands has however been ascertained partly by estimates and partly by special censuses Including those estimates the total population of the United States and its outlying possessions in 1900 was as followsArea enumeration 70303337 Philippine Islands O1J61mJlJ Poro Rico 95324U Guam 0000 Samoa o100Tot-al 841233000 Tne oily countries surpasissng the United States in number of inhabi tants are the Chinese Empire the Brit ish Empire the Russian Empire and probably France with the inclusion of its African possessions We have in our shelves many rome dies for constipation and biliousness but the neverfailing commonsense cure is found only in Ramons Liver Pulls and Tonic Pellets This treat ment cures by relieving the cause of the trouble The Pink Pill arouses the liver while the Touiovpellels tone up the orcans and insure natural and healthy conditions Complete Trea- tmenttwp medicines 35 doses full directions only 23c Druggists Mutual Insurance The retail druggists of Kentucky will within the next thirty days organize a mutual insurance company says the Louisville Herald There are now 2500 retail druggists in Ken tacky Each one of these will be ask ed to give to the insurance company a noto lor 100 payable within onto year In consideration of this note a policy for 5000 will he issued This will bt the limit of any ris- kFOIEYSKIDNIYCUKE Makes Kidneys and Bladder RIght Hancock County It Is probable that Mrs Jeff Ster rutt and Miss Lucile Sterrett will go to Dalton Texas early in October to spend it few weeks with relatives James Crockett Fred Bauer George Bauer Frank Herzog and J P Ender nre at Tar Springs this week They lire in camp and reports from them indicate that they are doing as well ns may be expected Hawes villo Plaindenlor Leaves Bank for College Mr Cleburnc Gregory brother of Cashier E E Greogry of the Bank of Cloverport has resigned his position as teller of tho Dnviess county Bank and Trust company and will go to Lexington to attend the Kentucky University Mr Gregory has visited here and hue a number of friends in Cloverport OASTOBXAnBean the- Slgaature or the Kldd gat Hart Iiaals Bought Breaks Worlds Record A special front Now Yonc says When Dan Patch hung up a new worlds record of 160 for a mile Wed nesday at Brighton Beachit marked the climax of one of the most meteoric careers on the turf Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold coldInThe Deadly Cigarette Charles Rose 20 years old died at Petersburg Wednesday morning from cancer of the head unused by smoking twenty cigarettes n day for three years Three weeks ago his eye balls wore pushed out of their sockets swollen to abnormal size and hung out on his cheens His sufferings were Intense and he begged his attendants to kill him Oakland City Journul Left Property to His Wife i In county court at Haw svlllc lust week the will of the late Jeff Sterrett was admitted to probate He left all his property to his wife who is named as executrix I 4r ir e WILL MAKE A GOOD SHOWING Prohibition Candidates Say People Will be Surprised When Votes are Counted Those who were out Thursday evening to hear Col T B Demaree and Hon O T Wallace Prohioitlon can didates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor were treated to twogoud talks Col Demaree Inns long boen known as one of Kentuckys greatest orators while Mr Wallace although he is a plain farmer jjas ho admits himself is at the same time un ear nest and sensible speaker Both gentlemen spoke enthusiastically in inter est of their candidacy and stated that whilo they were not sure they would win yet they could safely say that the people would be surprised when the votes were counted in November at the showing they had made Col Demaree and Mr Wallace were received by a number of ladies of the W C T U and spOKo in the Oelze building which was furnished free by Mr Oelze Col iJemaree and Mr Wallace spoke at Irviutgon Thursday afternoon at Lewisport Friday afternoon and at Hawesville Friday evening Emergency Medicine- sIt is n great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use Inca es of accident and for slight injuries andiiii and one that is fast becoming n favorite if not a household necessity is Chamber lains Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays tne pain and causes the injury to heal in about one thlyd the time usually required und aa it is an anti septic is prevents any danger of bloqd poisoning When Pain Balm ita kept at hand a sprain fny lie treated before inflamatiop Lets in wInch in sures a quick1 recovery For sale by Short Barnes Death Came to Mrs Drake Mrs Joshua Drake of Prices Mill Ky sister of Mrs E J Berry of tills city died last Monday a week of ty phoid fever and was burled the fol lowing Tuesday Mrs Drake was a lovely and estimable woman She was formerly a Miss Reed and was not quite nineteen years ofuge She leaves a husband and infant child Mr and Mrs Berry and children are visiting relatives at Prices Mill and will remain there several weeks Should Send a Delegation The Convention of the Ohio Valley Improvement Association will assem ble at Evansville October Hand 15 It promises to be the best meeting in the history of the association Secretary Ellison asys he will invite the mayors awl ci ty officials in the Ohio Valley to the Convention Cloverport in behalf of her commercial interests should by nil means send a delegation to the Convention Twins Celebrate Birthday Misses Maudie and Claudie Great house twin daughters of Clerk N S Greathousa celebrated their sixteenth birthday Thursday They ore now in Lewisport visiting friends These young ladies have such a resemblance each to the other that the writer who has lived across the street from them for several years cant tell which trom tother Hancock Clarion For n bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by Short Haynes Mission Boat Is Gone The mission boat Meciddo left Owensboro last Wednesday at 930 oclock in the morning land passed this city about 0 oclock Thursday morning She did not stop at any of the smaller towns on the way up ns she was in a hurry to reach Louisville on account of the low water It is the plan to return to Owensuoro in October and remain two wekes The failure of the boat to stop at Cloverport disap pointed many people Came In Good Season A heavy rain fell in this vicinity lost Wednesday A slight drouth hind just begun and the rain came in season to give corn and tobacco n fresh start The corn crop although a little late is looking exceptionally well and with one moro good rain a fine crop is assured The tobacco crop in this section nas not loomed finer for yearn and a big yield is expected Methodist Revival Postponed Rev J L Rjld pastor of the Meth odist church at Hawesville returned home last Wednesday after preaching on three occasions thin first of the week in the M E church South of this city Rev Reid had begun a revival but the extremely not weather of last week caused a decrease in the attendance and it was decided to post pone tho revival until more pleasant weather a mss IINone ccnnloe without Ib1 iljnilare on every pickije Line u FOR CHILDREN Makes easy regulates the bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint i jiIji while ttetliinj Hit bowels seemed j beyond control Three physicians E 3 gave him up Owens link Mixture 3 saved his life I cannot say enough j It saved our baby Money sad SOc f II nol I I sample and book free address THE FLOYD CO DETROIT MICH I I IFok FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS bottlesf satIsfactory Ipor MEDICINE for Indigestion 30 SOC Sample and book free I I Sold by till Uruirirlsts A theBUSNESSI who would win In life This being conceded it Is ot Tnt imlwrtaco to Jet youtg training at the school that stands In tho very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEOINQ SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING 1tor1 school open all year Students can enter at any E J timeII LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG rr RUSSELLVILE KY fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903 A boarding school for girls exclusively For Six of successful eork A practical education obtained under the very best homo and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elocution nnd Physical Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one a specialist In her depart mentICampus largo and beautiful Building a massive brick comfortable well furnished with loath room and electric lights tologueIexceedingly low for the excellent unvantages and comforts offered SUIIII B E ATKINS r rIIIP I IKing Cotton i Reigns but heirs apparent to his throne arc many It is because of voricty of of her industries that homeseekers of every I class look to ARKANSASr tA r Her fruits wherever exhibited carry away prize from hervsister states two yearly vegetable crops are denlonstiYltedtI possibilities and leer lumber her coal granite and zinc- deposits otter flattering inducements to the investor SeoaFUR YOUR gLFgo ARIZONA teething ONE FARE PLUS 200 b IFIRSTI of monthbGEO H LEE 6 PeA G D BACON DPA 11 Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0p1 it via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and MemphisPafirst and third Tuesdays of month beginning October 21st El For oneway tickets oti Half the OneWay Rate plus 2x00tottickets FoArkansasTerritoriesMiwrite for particulars and cost of ticket from your home townIThe Cotton Dolt ems solid through trains to equipped with the c honandSpourThrough Texas With a Camera andter L O ECHAEFfin Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati 04 E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis IKoII ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADTII I Summer SpringsIcyExcursion Tlckels now on sale to St Paul Minneapolis and tho North I Only running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS tablet success Years plied Rates tho the the each each Texas Special Low Ono Way and 1 Round trip Rates In effect attoFirstTueand Third Tuesdays In eachThe monthWetRI i ARKFor ofanaldescriptive oraddressLands OwtFin the south I and tiss sa- a s i V r yI f i LThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003 MALICE OF A JILTED LOVER Lee Smallwood Shoots Girls Brother and Causes Ar rest of Her Parents TilE OLDER KEIZEE IN JAIL William Horn and his wife who live in the southern part of Brecken ridge county near the Hardin county line were tried before Commissioner Linosey at Owenbsoro last week on the charge of selling liquor without paying the special government tax Horn was held over to the federal grand jury and the case against hisI wife was dismissed Horn was then released on a 200 bund The evidence in the trial cf Horn and his wife showed that the warrantsI against them were sworn out by Hen ry Lee Smallwood of the ConstantineI neighborhood who has given away a number of shiners during the past month They claim that it is all spite work on the part of Small wood Smallwood it seems wasI jilted by Miss Surilda Horn daughter of the prlssners and they thinK oral ice has caused his action Smallwood and his friend Ova Barnes swor- that they had purchased liquor from Horn and Barnes testified that he had Bought it from his wife It is un derstood tnat Smallwood himself is now under indictment for shooting Miss Horns brother from ambush Iheshooting growing out of his rejeo tion by the young lady Small woo tl formerly lived in the hills of Hardiu county but is now located in Brecken I ridge county Ben Keizee another denizen of the Hardinisioner Lindsey last week on the same cnarge for which Horn was held He could not give bond and has been jail ed in Louisville He is the father of Bud Keizue who was arrested to gether with Ed Richardson and Lon McQufiin for running an Illicit still Elmore Day who two ROll a half years ago illegally sold liquor on Rough creek was arrested at Springfield Ill and taken to Owensboro and placed in jail by Deputies Watts and Williams last week The revenue officers are making it hot for nil moonshiners and illegal liquor venders who intest the hills of Breckenridge Grayson Ohio and Hnrdin counties and it is hoped they will continue th good work until this section of the country is rid of every one of the lawbreakers What is Life In the last nnnlysis nobody knows bnt we know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even siightlr pain results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Live- trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its genuine yet thorough Only 25o at Short Haynes drug store Quested at Tar Springs The following Owensboro people have been among the recent arrivals at Tar Springs Mesdames P E Payne M E Payne G T OBryanSylvester Monarch Elmer Miller Misses John nie May Turner Madeline Rodman Ellen Payne Adelia Payne Mary Pnrnsh and Virginia Kennedy Master Vanburan Payne and Messrs Chas Mattinfjly J A Manning Fred Payne Earl Wells Carl Wells and Elmer Miller Among those from other points are Mrs Cody and sis ter Evansville Mrs Joe Robarts Mrs Montgomery and daughter Catherine Fordsville Lafe Miller and daughter Miss Maude and Mrs Martha Hend rick of Hnrdinsbnrg have returned home after a three weeks visit at the Springs and Mr Henry Kurtz of Web ter hns returned after a weeks visit CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the- SIgnatureI of Hawesville Woman Dead Mrs Isaac Rice of Hawesville died at her home at Owensboro last Tuesday evening of typhoid fever The remains wre taken to Hnwesville Wednesday morning where the funeral took place Mrs Rice was forty nine years of age nnd leaves a husband and two children She moved to Oweusboro from Hawesville with her husband about a year ago SOME OLDTIME RELICS Col Edwin Forbes Writes That He Can Furnish Them for Our Centennial Fordsvlllo Ky Aug 24 1003 Jno D Babble Publisher Breoken ridge News Cloverport KyDear fair As my time wis out with you August 10 I send you check fur 100 for renewal of iny subscription to the NewsIf hold your CJoverport Centen nial as you think of doing this fall I think I can furnish you with some oldtime relics connected with the ear ly days of Clbverpirt These include some of the first hardware that was brought to the town by Col D R Murray and the old sword of Gen Bashum that he used in drilling the early militia of Cloverpurt The last time 1 heard of him using it was about the fall of 1850 when John Vest was elected captain of tne Cloverport company Tne sword is now owned by a grandson of Gen Basham and was willed to him by the general Besides the above mentioned I think we can hunt you up several other rel icd which will aid you in your old time celebrationTruly yours dwin Forbes Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep ISealed Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of diffie culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci flu Soon till the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the urio acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resist all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Were From Plnchecoe A special from Hawesville says Robert Saunders and Mrs Annie Spragglns of the extreme end of the county walked to this city and were married by Judge Stephens Mrs Spnigglns was divorced from a former husband in July The country the couple came from is the famous Pinohecoe wnich none claimeand is therefore hard to locate The pair left their homes at 10 o clock the night before arriving here at the same hour yesterday morning Assisting in Revival Rev Deering of Bowling Green Ky assisted by Revs Clarence Winchel of Breckenridge county Kv and John Winchelof Tobinsport nave protractedrmeetings at the Baptist church here for the past twelve days which has aroused considerable local interest Don Juan Ind corCannelton Tele phone FOLETfSHOMlMAR tops thecoughand heals lungs W R Smiths Commercial College Lexington Ky Is where hundreds of clerKs farmer boys and others have invested fCO to 00 for tuition and board for an education and are now getting 1000 and more a year Read advertisement and keep this notice for reference Remember that in order for your let ters to reach this College address only Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Folk Will be President St Louis Aug 2The stars say that Circuit Attorney Joseph W Folk will be elected Governor of Missouri and president of the United States in 1108 The horoscope of the eminent St Louis attorney has been read by Julius Erickson the St Loulsian who foretold McKinleys career with remarkable accuracy Perry County Institute The Perry county teachers institute will convene on Monday September 7 The Instructors will be Profs A J Kmnamen of tae Central Normal Collegeand Sherman Davis of Bloom ington Ind The Perry county Baptist Associa tion will be held at Toblnsport some time this month You Know What You Are Taking When you take Orove Tasteless Chilll Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing I hut It U simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form No cure No pay IrlcoSOc OUTRAGE AT WEST POINT Office of the Deacon Wrecked Printers Stoned and Arson Attempted REWARD OUT FOR MISCREANTS Thursdays West Point Beacon prints an account of the depredations which have ben committed to the loss and inconvenience of the Beacon its editor and employes About two weeks Ago some miscre ants pied a large quantity of type in the Beacon office Last Friday night a week a letter was mailed to the editor Lindsey Morrison and the new foreman Mr Dempsey stating that the office would he destroyed and the editor and foreman killed unless the paper was suspended at once The letters were received Saturday and the same afternoon u stone was thrown through i window of the office at Mr Dempsey by an unknown party Sunday night some more type was pied an atten pt was made to burn the office and another stone was thrown at Mr Dempsey A man was seen running from the office and a number of citizens and the office force gave chase but did not catch the offen der or learn his identity Recent developments have led the management of the Beacon to believe that the depredations were committed bv West Point parties and a reward of 30 has been offered for their ap prehensionThe of the Beacon has been honorably conducted by its pro prietors and they have received ex pressions of sympathy from all good citizens who deplore this outrage on the peace of the town and the laws of the State and the United States Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield I18sI I A few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try n a box of these Tablets You are cer tain to be pleased with the results Price 2r cent For sale by Short Haynes Hawesville People Interested A special from Hnwesville says Hawesville Ky Aug 25The National Coal nnd Oil company of Indianapolis which has been prospect ing in this county has pulled up its machinery and sent it to their Union town property where they nave recent ly purchased 1500 acres of flue oinl lands which contain mines already in operation Some Hawesville people are interested and will remove to that town H E Hartman Passes Away H E Hartman one of tho best and most exemplary citizens of West Point died Thursday morning He was Tyler of Barker Lodge F A M and a member of Wtst Point Com runndery No 720 of the Golden Cross He leaves a wife and seven children Interment at Pleasant View Friday morning Drurys Big Colt Show C H Drury will have his annual colt show at Bewleyville on Saturday October 3 A fine string of youngsters will be shown and there will be a coming together of year olds by Den mark Dare An entrance fee of one dollar will be required and the winner will take the purse Everybody is cor dially invited to attend If constipated or bilious call for Ramons Pills and be certain our clerks gives you the genuine Ramons Complete treatment 25 doses 25c Blue and Gray In Reunion Hawesville Ky Aug 2tJThe Federal soldiers from a number of the adjoining counties on both sides of the river will hold a reunion in this city on the first three days in October and It is esti mated that more than 1 SOO will attend An unusual feature of the affair is the fact that the adjoin ing counties have been cordially in vited and have signified their inten tion to be present New Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky Aug 26The following companies have filed incorporation articles with the Secretary of State Nelson Brick and Tile Com puny of New Haven Capital 5000 Cloverport Real Estate and Improve ment Company Breckenridge County capital 5000 I IMRS CARRIE P HANNAFORD j New Life and Strength Came to Her- A Massachusetts woman Mrs CARRIE P JTAtftfA FORD of No 69 lick SI Beverly Mats who is well known socially there being Treasurer of the Order of the EASTERN STAR wrote her experience as follows Your I Favorite Prescription is without a doubt the finest remedy on the market today for female difficul ties I suffered for four years with pains every period and I dreaded the approach of the time as I knew it meant two or three days misery Tried several different widelyadvertised remedies and found that they did me no good whatever One day a friend called who had suffered as I was suffering and who told me that she had been cured through the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription so I purchased a package I found that the real value of your medicine was greater even than uiy expectations and the next month I had hardly any pains The following month had none at all and found that my general health was much better and new life and strength- had come to me These are the actual facts and I feel that it is due you that I should write you Sincerely yours Mrs CARRIE P HANNAFORD- To Hon R V Pierce M D Young women or matrons should not allow themselves to look sallow and wrinkled because of those pains and weaknesses which become chronic and are the result of colds tight lacing and imprudent care of the womanly system Many a woman would look beautiful have a j healthy color and bright eyes if it were not for those drains on her strength and those weak nesses which come all too frequently and make her life miserable There is a readytouse Pre scription used a great many years by Dr R V GOOD TiliNG FOR PATESVILLE Mnrlow Evans Employ Thirty then and Twelve Teams to Cut Staves Messrs M V Mnrlow and L B- Eans are now employing thirty men and twelve teams in nutting staves nt Pntesville They iinve out 50000 staves on the Thos Downs tract of land near Patesville since they moved their stave machine including a modern drum saw from Hnynesville They expect to cut at this set 200000 staves The set embraces a fourteen tracts of land They expect to finish their work by Septemer 20 when they in tend to take their machine to Tennes see Most of the staves are sold to the Cincinatti Cooperage Company I The best grade of staves now sell for 20 and 50 per thousand anl those employed in the industry now make 1125 und over a day where they formerly nude 00 mid jj rents per day Messrs Mnrlow lull Evans are experienced stave men and sire well liked by all who deal with them The Pleasure of Eating Persons suffering from Indigestion dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Ths remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dye pepsin and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure every tning you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains Is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues Sold by All Druggists Just a Quiet Tip We have received a quiet tip that one of Tobinsports prominent far mere will be married next Wednesday to a prominent lady of the same place Wo are under obligations to mention no names now and would not do so without the consent of Tom Leaf or Miss Emma Weatherholt f annelton Inquirer Hens Nest Thirty Feet High John Ed Wells of Askins has found a hens nest thirty feet above the ground He saw the hen fly up the tree and then heard her cackling He climbed the tree and found the nest at a height of thirty feet It contain led six eggsd JBt TO RIAlean the Blgnituw of Ito Kind You Nato Always Bought I Pierce in his large practice as a Specialist womens diseases which is not like the inII patent medicines on the market as it neither alcohol nor any narcotic It is purely vegetableDr Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It cures headache backache nervousness sleeplessness and other consequences of womanly disease Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak womenI 500RewardFOR onENI WHO CANNOT BE CURED 1 Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any s case of Lettcorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Pall ing of Womb which they can not cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Their financial responsibility is well known to every newspaper publisher aud druggist in the United States with most of whom they have done business for over 11I seenIabove unprecedented and remarkable offer if they were not basing their offer on curative means having an unparalleled record No other medicine than Dr Pierces theiwhereof they speak They have the most remarkable record of cures made by this worldfamed remedy ever placed to the credit of any preparation especially designed for the cure of womans peculiar aliments This wonderful remedy therefore stands absolutely alone as the only one possessed of such remarkable curative prop erties 10h would warrart its makers in publishing such a marvelous offer as is above made in the utmost good faith WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 663 Main Stretl BUFFALO N V I want to tell you of the great improvement in my health since taking your Favorite Prescription says Mrs H S s phlealagain Could not sit up all day I noted a great Improvement before the first bottle was all uted was guttering with almost every pain that a woman iis subject to inflammation of ovaries painful and suppressed periods hallI other nymptom of female disease After taking six r of Favorite Prescription I felt like a new person Can ride hortetttck and take all kind of exercine and not feel tired SEND to Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y for a FREE Copy of the PeoPles Common Sense Medical Adviser For papercovered copy enclose 21 onecent stamps to rover mailing only Clothbound 31 stamps + +444 i M H GABBERT i2 2ofElizabethtown KyZZ DISTRICT AGENT FOR ii HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK It THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THJ2 WORLD i t This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING mTrJ1 TORNADO t- t INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on I1U1JU and t ltiaeI J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Kyii Z++ 6 ++ + u H O O O O1 g THEIFifth Avenue fr HOTELV t Louisville Ky H1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Tho most centrally located and only tj- flrstclus hotel In the city making a A- J200 rate Jt Only one block from tho principal JN shopping district and two blocks from K the principal theatres M mofm Everything neat and clean 1777 r rjryr rh r3 h3r3r jTh rjr9rj3rIh u OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY A y a F 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1003 THE BIG STATE FAIR r Will Draw Thousands to Owens boro September the 21st to 26th iI 20000 in Cash Premiums andI Many of the Countrys Best Amusement Shows Free LOW RATES ON RAILROADS The biggest State fair ever held South of the Ohio river will be opened at OwensboroThe hustlinir little West 1 ern KentucKy city on Monday Sep i- ttember SI lasting throughout the week Cash premiums amounting to over t20000 will be distributed for i the best exhibits of agricultural pro ducts and livestock fowls pigeons hares and the handiwork of the wom en of Kentucky or of other States There will be the finest free amuse went shows that the country affords for Fair purposes including many feats of daring never before seen in this State In fact the State Fair will be almost on the proportions of a great ex position and those who win premiums may well feel proud of thA honor be sides the financial benefits derived SOME OF THE PREMIUMS 5400 for Beef Cattle to 1000 for Dairy Cattle 14 200 for Horses 800 for Mules and Jack Stock IWO for Swine 1300 for Sheep 1000 for Poultry Pigeons and Bel gian Hares 750 for Womens Department 4000 for other Exhibits SOME OF THE FREE ATRACTIONS The Famous Dr Carver Broncho Johns Wild West Show High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich RBCPS Horse Racing no betting Foot Bull for State Championship Exhibition of Educated Horses jXfi a IUn- 1lon Cake tValkar of the 1rill Kurkufn ps Fine Dtthry Band Concerts Dar 8itvTlSchryer the world reo ffit5wned high diver will appear every afternoon in his wonderful high dive bicycle act the first time ever presented In the State Ht rides down a steep incline GO feet above ground at the lower end jumps from his wheel and dives into a sballow tank 103 feet from the base of the chute This is one of the most thrilling and dangerous feats ever enacted by any rerson This attraction alone is worth twice the price of admission to the fair Will Handle Big Crowds West Point is astir over the big military maneuvers to be held there InI October Soldiers have already made their appearance and Assistant Ad jutant General Arthur L Wagner has opened up his headquarters Engineer are already surveying the camp and will probably be at It unhlI the end of the month The I C andI the Henderson are preparing to ac commodate tho throngs of sightseerers expected It is estimated that with troops and visitors there will be fiOOOO people dally at West Point during the ten days of the encampment t Half Sick Ie I first used Avers Sarsaparllla in the fall of 1848 Since then I have taken it every spring as a blood purifying and nerve strengthening medicine- S T Jones Wichita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparill- aIts a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood builder uooibomt Aiurmuu Ask your doctor what he thinks of Ayeri Sariaparllla lie know all about thli Rand old family medicine Follow bit advice and we will be intlided J C ATsn Co Lowell Slat BRANDENBURG LomaisMrs A C visiting a GustonMrs Stuart Owings was In tow- last week Miss Audrey Brown has returned from Hurdlnsbnrg Ed Alexander has moved into the Dr Ditto property James Hottell and wife have taker rooms on West Main Mr and Mrs Geo Yeakel have returned to Louisville Mr and Mrs James Bondurant spent Sunday at Ekron Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley has returned from visit to Sandy Hill MrsH H Brashear and chlldrei returned to Owensboro last Saturday The Baptist church is to be remodel ed immediately Mr Brad has the contractMr Mrs Hoskmson have re turned to Lebanon where they will teach again Mrs L JCaspenres nieces and sis ters have returned to Louisville atter a pleasant visit Mrs Lena Moreman of New Alba ny spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lon Richardson Mrs Kate Hendrick and her mother inlaw Mrs Hendrick are in from Texas to visit relatives Mrs Con Bland will move to our town and will live in Ed Yeakels cottage just off of Main street The supper to be given last Friday night by the Ladies Aid was postpon ed until last night Tuesday Mrs Davis Cunningham is spend- Ing two weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Mitchell of Mooleyville Win M Ditto G HCasperke Fred Howard and Miss Katherine Hilf attended the barbecue at Irvington Brandenburg Normal opened Monday with a good attendance Miss Nora Vessels has the primary depart mentMrs Fannie Helmstetter and daughter Mrs Rhea Armstrong are visit- Ing Mrs King and Mrs Lon Richard sonMies Grace Mitchell returned to Mooleyville Sunday We are very fond of Miss Grace and hope she may soon returnCharlton Ditto of Louisville spent Sunday with Mrs Jeff Ditto He will go to Virginia this fall to do government work Miss Alile Reids guest Mi JLamb iias retnrend to PatesvIJlo She made- a most pleasau rmpres9iou and we hope sJift Cay repent her visit Xrs Clara Hawes Lewis commenced her music class here Monday She will also teach at Irvington beginning the second Saturday in this month Mrs Lewis is n most successful pains taking teacher in instrumental and vocal See her and begin lessons In a game of base ball played be tween the Montpelier and Dundee teams Bert Brown our Brandenburg boy was pitcher for the Montpeliers He found them easy at Dundee and had them at uis mercy all the time hart is an all round flue fellow as a boy or a pitcher Rev Crandell preached morning and evening last Sunday At the 11 oclock service W D Ashcraft and Miss Mary Lewis sang My Faltn Looks up to Theenew editIonas- a duet The quartette sang a beauti ful selection Miss Mary has a sweet soft cultivated voice that leads ac curately Distress After Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Greens burn La who is well and favorably known saysTwo years ago I suffer ed greatly from indigestion After eatinggreat distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so andI my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my sl + ep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by All Druggists WOLF CREEK Robert Owings went to Brandenburg SaturdayRobert Smith is having anew dwelling erected Mrs John Fray of Louisville is visiting relatives at this place Miss Fannie E Cnnninirham spent last weeK with Mrs Dave Curl Miss Ollie Blackburn of Evansville Ind is with her grandmother at this placeMiss Mayrae Trent left Saturday for Black Worn or where she will begin schoolMisses Mayme and Laura Etherton were guests of the Misses Flannery TuesdayThe at Mrs Elizabeth Black burns last Saturday night was enjoyed by quite a number Mr and Mrs Tault Howard returned from West Point Saturday and are with his mother at this place Mr McCall and sisters who have JjThL = been visiting their aunt Mrs Rich ard Smith returned to their home 1 t lu Louisville Tuesday Jesse E Smith who has been home for several days returned to Louis 11villo Tuesday to resume duties at Kaufman Straus The ice cream supper given for the benefit of the Baptist church was largely attended and quite a large sum collected for the church Misses Emma Thompson and Daisy PiKe of Rhodelia attended the icei cream supper and were guests of Miss es Dora and Jennie Flannery Misses Jennie and Dora Flannery will leavo next week for Leavenworth gutset of Miss Louise Elliott and other friends The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever Ito a twite of Crove4 Tasteless Chill TonlrIt Is simply Iron and Qul nine In a form No Cure No Pay Price We BIG SPRING Mr and Mrs Meyer were at Irving ton Friday Miss Lady and Gennleve Clarkeo- are at home for a short stay Mr and Mrs Sam Jacobs of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs MeyerDr Strother and Charles Moorma- attended I the barbecue at Irvington Friday Mrs John Meador is visiting her daughter Mrs T C Williams at West Point Miss Francis Strauss of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Meyer has returned home Raymond Moorman and Herbert Mtller visited friendstat Cecilia Sat urday and Sunday Rev Russell preached at Irvington Sandy evening in the interest of the Womans Missionary Society Meeting is in progress at the Baptist church Rev Willett the pastor is being assisted by Rev Downing Misses Zelma Strother and Nell Stitu wore guests of Miss Myrtle Moorman during the house party Charles Moorman of Elizahethtown was here visiting his sister a few days last week He returned home SundayMisses Lula Harris Cathering rar rte Stella Childress and Oar Child ress of Louisville are ine guests of IJAAto itt M Mr Howard of Louisville was the guest of Miss Myrtle Moorman last week and she entertained a house party in His honor Nri Tames Harned and ister Miss Stith of Louisville attended the missionary meeting at Irvington Saturday and Sunday Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Miss Lill attended the barbecue at Irvington Friday and remained over until Sunday with frien- dsSTEPHENSPORT J B Biggs of Irvington was In our town last week G B Cunningham of Chenault was in town Saturday Thomas Netherton of Irvington spent Sunday in town James A Allen attorney of New York City was In out town Sunday The heavy rain and hail Saturday did some damage to the tobacco crop Sam H Dix of Ammons near RobertsBottotn was in town Sunday Miss Lena Payne was the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Payne last Sun dayFor a full line of school supplies stationery etc go to R A Shell mans IV C Blain returned Sunday from a two weeks visit in Michigan and other states Miss Belle Martin of Evansville Ind visited her niece Mrs K B Baliu several days last week James Frank of Hardinsburg visit ed Mis Mary Adulsson and her fath er Gardner Hawkins last weed Mrs R A Shellman spent several days list week in Union Star the guest of her brother P D Hawkins- H S English Jr left last Thurs day by land to deliver a tine horse he had sold to a party in Gas City Ind Mrs L T Roberts lute returned from the Chautanquii accompanied by Miss Mabel Moorman of Yelving tonMrs W B Lenuin and children of Hardinsburg were visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs R A Smith last weekMrs againIwill shortly be here to remain for the winterR Shellman will sell you drugs I cheaper than you usually get them at other places Fresh and pure drugs guaranteedM of Elizabothtown and Bate Herndon of Irvington were here last ween representing the Home Insurance Company Mrs Ella Wellington and son Ed gar of Evansville Ind who have been visiting friends and relatives here havo returned home Mrs R W Vaughn and cntldren after several weeks stay with her parents Mr and Mrs L B Helm have returned to their home in Lex- Ington Mrs C H Nevitt and children and her mother of Higbee Mo arrived on the fast train Sunday morning and will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Den Lay for several days Prof J W Jarrett left Monday for Hawesville where he will attend the institute this week and go from there to Lewlsport to begin the public school the following Monday Miss Emma Allen after spending a portion of the summer with her aunt Mrs Eliza Rollins and other relatives left last week for Gray on Springs St Paul Mina and other points on her way home to Omana Neo In Police Court The following cases were before Police Judge Wills Monday MalcolmnAllen colored breach of peace fined g9 00 and costs Replevined Arthur Miller colored drunk and using profane language Fined 200 paidnSteven Tompkins unlicensed dog fined f1 and paid Ed Richardson colored breach of peace dismissed IRVINGTON D C Heron is in the city on busi nessThe public school opened Monday morningMiss Baker is with Miss Essie Biggs for a visit Miss Mollle Board of Garfield is with her cousin Mrs McCoy The Misses Beard of Owaisboro are with Mrs Piguott for a visnt Harry Keirper was in r 7iae Saturday and Sunday tgwi friends Mrs RM Jo and children are home from or ait to Mt Yernon Ill Mr jlara Lewis will meet her tntijiu pupils next Saturday Sept 5 Deputy Sheriff Bassett and family were here Friday to attend the barbe cueMrs Luby Adkisson and daugh ter Miss Mamie enjoyed theMasonic barbecue Miss Ermine Munford has returned from Mammoth Cave and is visiting in Ellzabethtown Mrs Dave Henry and Mies Mary Henry are home from a visit to EKron and Brandenburg Miss Payne and Miss Stith of Bew leyvlile were the guests of Miss Cecil Spradlin lent week Miss May Claycombs company from Louisville returned after an enjoya ble visit of two weeks Miss Forrie Hardin and sister Mr James SKillman came up from Holt to attend the parbecue Miss Nannle McGehee left Saturday for a lengthy visit to relatives It Long Branch and Brandenburg Mrs Julia Clarkson and Miss Lelia Clarkson came down from Big Spring to attend the Missionary Meeting and are the guests of Mr and Mrs WimpDannie Spradlin left Monday to take up his duties as scnoolteacher at Dranes schoolhouse one of the largest schools in the district Miss Katherine Hilt of Branden burg is spending her vacation with her sister Mrs John Nevitt of Basin GRANDESTTRIP IN THE WEST Two Hundred fllles Along the Beautiful EZQ Columbia River BY DAYLIGHT I 500 Sleepingberth II Bluffs Omaha or Kan sas city to Portland TOURIST CARS EVERYDAY Full information furnished on application to W H CONNOR G A 53 E Fourth St CINCINNATI OHIO t I OUGHT FLOUR overiYoull strong Grocers Ce dick Milling COiGRANDVIEW IND Get in the Henderson Route Habit Kentuckians I Official Routeto the i Worlds Fair City I Finest passenger service through Louis Owensboro and Evansville to in the West and Southwest If there Reduced in effect account of oc casions Homeseekers Excursions have them ASK US FOR RATESFR- OM ANYWHERE TO EVERYWHERE And ASK US FIRST WOMACK t City Ajent Pus Agent J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY i Dalton Marble Works i MARBLE AND GRANITEIi DALTON GA 4Ji If you want a nice I Gold Ring Call and see our stockji Lewis S BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG j Spring also Miss Hilf of Paris Tex anotner sister is enjoying a rest in this hospitable home Fill your coal house nowH White agent for best Kentucky coal lump 10o per nut Do per The Masonic came and a large crowd seemed to en joy the day in plcnlo fashion and as the editor of the News is always in attendance at such meetings you may look elsewhee for full account of the dayMisses Eva McGlothlan and Bettie McGehee have returned from trip to Mammoth Cave just perfectly lighted with every feature of the trip and tney why every Ken will not make an effort to this grand formation of stone and water and aside from this wonder of wonders they say by means have Mr Mrs Clint Crutcher ercns Enters Lockyear College Miss Ethel Tateof Tobinsporr Ind letf Monday on the 1010 morning train for Evansville Ind where she will enter the Lockyear Col lege i I TO HAVE the best flour obtainable to hake with Just order from your groceJ a sack f- MDICKS GOLD DUST I and your baking troubles Costs no more 1 have bet ter meals the cook better temper it i makes baking easier iStrong statement but not to i fwhen Cadickt Gold Duit Flour Is used All sell it Milled only by t 1 i i St I all points pre any Rates on special or Colonists we I i r E L a L Garrett Passenger Traveling L j AGENT WANTED r I t KY as R bu bu barbecue off all right a de wonder tuckian see all and as chap Business are you r Short Haynes Sell tSpeolalJonasfrom Short ds Haynes of Cloverport that Is situated on the branch railroad and near Sinking creek It was for merly known as the John Cone place Wedding at Big Spring 1t3peclalMissmany friends Weanesday afternoon by being quietly married to Mr John Hicks by the Rev Downing Mr GuydreauMits Mondayii Miss Nettle and Mr Peyton Dowell who live near here were quietly married Wednesday afternoon by the Rev Jas Willett Building New Telephone Line I The Cumberland Telephone Compa ny Is building a new line between Tobinsport and Derby Last week a crew was at work stringing tho wires The toll rates have been reduced to half price on Sunday and nights aftertsix oclock ti