You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, September 9, 1903. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1903 brc1903090901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, September 9, 1903. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H Ic r- r 1 W Q1rt t xY tt1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I M ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO IRINT ta j1 VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1903 8 Pages NO8 J HIGHER CALL ACCEPTEDk1 Rev J F Vines to Take Charge- of Central Baptist Church I at Chattanooga EXCELLENT WORK DONE HERE It t t Rev J F Vines resignation as 1 pastor of the Baptist church of this I city and of the Goshen Baptist church at Glendeane will go into effect Octo I ber 1 He has accepted a call from the Central Baptist church at Chatta Ih I Inoogs Tenn which has a member ship of a out 400 and is one of the I hest fields in that State The call was received by Rev Vines on August 23 and he accepted it as it pays a higher salary than the two pastorates f be now holds Rev Vines tendered his resignation f as pastor of the Goshen Baptist church t on August 30 and on last Friday even t fag he announced his resignation as pastor of the Baptist church of this city He will preach at Glendeane September 13 and 27 and will deliver his last sermon in this city in Sep tem ber 20 It is with extreme regret that Rev Vlnea two congregations have receiv ed the news of his resignation as they are loth to give him up He has done most excellent work for both churches and has won the esteem and friendship of the members of his congregations and of other denominations as well While Ill wish they could retain him yet they are glad that he has been honored with a higher call and wish him every sacc s3 and en courag ment in his new field Rev Vines took charge of the local Baptist church in June 1001 and of the church at Glendeane in June 4flU02 as the successor of Rev W B Rutledgu He came to this city from the West End Baptist church at Ash r ville N 0 to which Rev Rntledge succeeded him and attended the Bap tist Theological Seminary until June r graduatedrthe church at Glendeane nearly 100 new members have united with the 1churoh and n beautiful house of wor ship has been built and is almost paid for Gooa worn in the local church k also has been done The remainder of I the debt on the parsonage has been liquidated a tine vocalion for the church has been purchased and the membership increased by more than fifty Besides assisting n this gcod work Rev Vines took a vigorous and I i- limost helping part In Cloverports local option fight last year and in all move ments inaugurated for the public rood He is afluent and interesting talker an able expositor of the Scriptures and n mlnisetr of energy and power For a minister just out of the Seminary his record has been most excell ent and his every success is well de I servedIn as well as reliigons circles botn Rev and Mrs Vines have been popular ana the good wishes of the citizens of Cloverport follow them to their new home In the South it RF D In Hancock County Rural free delivery in Hancock county route No1 will commence October 1 The route is 20ifmiles long and will serve a population of 707 out from Hawesville The mall will leave the Hawesville post office early every morning except Sunday and will go down the river road to Morrison churchj thence out to Fenley and Utility and then bate to Hawesville As David Duncan of Hawesvllle was the only applicant as carrier it is supposed he j will be appointed The mad Hand to Voters Col Morria B Belknap Republican nominee for Governor of Kentucky ti will leave today on u trip in the State on which he will continue to ex tend the glad hand to tho voters of the different counties Col Belknap will visit the county fairs as he did on the last trip and his programme this time will carry him first to Barbonrville next to Mlddlesboro and thence to Somerset beyond which he has no dell cite plans but will arrange his trip as the circumstances direct Wednes i days CourierJournal Itt RKEYSKUfflEVCUFB Makes Klwy sad 1 Klht L1 AN ABLE REPRESENTATIVE S H AlcCracken Attends Painters Convention as Foreman Painter of L H 6 St L Ry S H McCracken left Snuday for Chicago Ill to attend the Master Car and Locomotive Painters convention of the United States and Canada The convention opened in the Victoria Hotel at 8 oclock Tuesday morning and will continue the remainder of the week Mr McCracKeu represents the Hender son Route at the convention as foreman of its paint shop in this cityHe has been a member of the asjociation for the last live vears and has attended all of the annual meetings during that time Last year he read a valuable and interesting paper on the subject of cleaning passenger cars before the convention His Ideas were original and have been adopted by a number of foreman painters The paper was published in the News last year and Mr McCracken was highly complimented on its merits While Mr McCracken Is in Chicago Mrs McCracken and her children will visit her sisters Mrs Harry Roth and Mrs Walter Waymire of Cincinnati formerly of this city You Know What You Are Taking When you take Groves Tasteless Chill Ton ic becuuso tho formula U plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply Iron cureNoA ys Wild Ride for Life With t nnly around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 m es to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown 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 Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles fiOo and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store Low Water Boats Running On account of low water the large boats have had to tie up and the light draught boats have been put into ser vice The Tarascon is the only one of the regular packets that Is out The steamers John W Thomas and Henry Harley having taken the places of the Morning Star and the Tell City River men have had better luck this year than last year It will be remem bered that for weeks last year river navigation was practically suspended on the Ohio during the latter part of the summer and the early fall on account of low water Two More are Released John P Meredith and Luke Cave of Gra son county who have been in jail at Owensboro for several w6eks charg ed with retailing whiskey without li cense were released on bond last week Their bonds were fixed at 250 and M J Meredith and J B Cave were their uonasmen They returned to their homes in Grayson county Both will be tried at toe Novemoer term of the United States court Meeting With Success The Calor Oil Company which will pipe gas from Meade and Hardin coun ties to Lonisvllleis meeting with suc cess In securing the right of way Eighteen wiles of right of way In Jefferson county has been secured and practically the entire route In Meade and Hardin counties It will cost something like 500000 to build the pipe line to Louisville and the man agement expects to begin work on it In October Drilling New Oil Well H T Haynes of Brandenburg an experienced well driller Is superintending the erection ot the derrick tor the new oil well which will be sunk oy the Fowler Neighborhood Oil Co at Ellzabethtown By September 15 he expects to have the derrick completed and the necessary machinery set In po sition The tools and machinery will be of the best make and the new com pany will drill to a finish Hancock Teachers Instltue The Hancock county teachers insti tute was in session at Hawesville last week The Institute opened Monday under favorable circumstances It was conducted by Prof M H Newton of Owensboro Prof J D Kelly of Owensboro addressed the institute Monday nignt x WHATS DOING IN THE BURG Robertson Bros of Glendeane to Engage in the General Liv ery Business MRS JOLLY SUES FOR 25000 Hardlnsbnrg Ky Sept 8Speci- alRobertson Bros of Glendeane have purchased of Thomas Blythe his lot and stable located opposite Hooks mill They will use the stable now on part of the lot for mules and will erect a livery stable on the re maining portion of the lot Vie Robertson will move here from Glen deane and run the stables The con sideration paid Mr Blythe was 800 Brings Suit For Damages Mrs Susan Jolly administratrix of the estate of her late husband Blon Jolly has instituted a suit tor damags in the Breckenridge Circuit Court against the L H St L Ry Colt will be remembered that Mr Jollf was struck by a train last May le tween Guston and Irvington and almost instantly killed The train was a special carrying Knight Tem plars to Owensboro The petition alleges that his death was caused by the gross negligence carelessness and reckless conduct of the agents and servants of the railroad and asks for damages in the sum of 25000 George W Jolly of Owensboro and N Mo Mercer are the attorneys for the plaintiff Opens a Private School Hardlnsburg Ky Sept8 Special Miss Read or near Louisville began a private school in the college build lug last Monday Miss Read is an excellent tteacher who conies highly recommended and her patrons are to be congratulated upoon securing her services Prof Whalen the Principal Hardinsburg Ky Sept SSpe- cdalProf W W Whalen of Falls of Rough has beer elected principal of the public school here It will open next Monday Gone to Paris Crossing Mr E C Richeyan expert machinist and capper with the Polk Packing Company who assisted in starting up the companys branon cannery here is now at Paris Crossing Ind where he will be employed in a like way at another branch cannery Before com- Ing to this city Mr Riohey was at the branch factory at Mound City III Besides the branch factories in this city Mound City and Paris Crossing the Polk Packing Company has one at Alexandria lad With the main fac tory at Greenwood Ind this makes five factories in operation this year Nominations in the Sixth The Republicans of the Sixth judi cal district have nominated W Scott Morrison of Oweubboro for Circuit Judge and M L Heaverln of HErt- ford for Commonwealths attorney J R Higdoncounty attorney of Han cock county was made chairman of the convention Sold Pearl Worth 35 Wm Coney of near Wheelers Land ing Ind a few miles above this city has sold H pearl which he found In the Ohio river near that place in Louisville for 35 This is the most valuable pearl that has been found in the river near this city Increases Capital Stock The Farmers Deposit Bank of Brandenburg line increased its capital stock 2000 The stock it is reported was sold to Brandenburg people and brought the fancy price of 130 a share Nominations In Hancock The Republicans of Hancock county assembled at Hawesville last week and nominated Robert Stewart for repre sentative and W H Kyler for Circuit Court Clerk Has Position In the South Miss Alice Mattingly of nuion town formerly of this city left Tues day fur the sonthern part of Mississippi where she has accepted position ONLY ONE IS THE DEBTOR Judgment Given by Judge Wills Against Perfect Com bustion Co OTHER CASE IS DISMISSED The suits of twentynine former em ployes of the Patton brick yard against the Perfect Combustion Co of Amerl caand the Central Clay Product Co for wages for labor performed were tried before Police Judge Wills Monday afternoon A number of witnesses testified and the trial consunned two hours Judge Wills dismissed the case against the Central Clay Product Co without prejudice and gave judgment to the plaintiffs against the Perfect Combustion Co of America If execution has to be levied It will be on the Brice railroad tunnel kiln at the Patton yard as that is the onlY property there belonging to that companyGeo Patton nominal president of the Central Clay Product Co was present as its representative and had V G Babbage for his counsel In the evidence it came out that E C Brice Had sole control of the brick yard after May 12 as president of tne Perfect Combustion Co of America and that the claims against the two companies were for labor performed since that late To expedite matters Gus Brown and H C Murray attorneys for the plaintiffs admitted that Brice had employed some of the plaintiffs and tried to prove in their argument that Mr Patton was the agent of Brices company in order to get the Perfect Combustion Co into court as Iit had no representative present Mr Patton stated that he was not the companys agent but if by law Mr Brown could show that be had beenthough unwittingly on his part he would be willing as it was his desire also to get Brices company into court The case then rested with the court an l the above decision was rendered lias Sold a Pile of chamberlains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recom mend it hlghlyJoseph McElhiney Linton Iowa You will find his reme dy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and la pleasant to take For sale by Short Hayries Offer 1000 for Steel Barge Tne coal combine is offering 1COO we understand to anyone who will find the lost barge of steel rails that sank somewhere between Hoggs Point and Troy the one lost when the JB Fin leys tow went to pieces Cannelton Telephone Distress After Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Greens burg 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 BO and my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and It cured me entirely Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by All Druggists Mrs C C Stewart Dead Hawesville Ky Sept 8ors C C Stuartau estimable woman is dead at her home near nere Only recently she lost her only daughter who was grown and she never recovered from the hock Mrs Stuart was the wife of Bud Stuart one of the best known of the countys Democrats Finds a Valuable Pearl Mr Thomas Cox the ferryman at Lewlsport has found a pearl which he thinks is yaluableHe took it from a mussel at the landing near Lewlsport The pearl is clear Is pearshaotd and a good spec men- Dissolve Partnership Irvlngton Ky Sept8 lSpecial The general store of Marshall Ban dy have by mutual consent dissolved partnership and the present style of the firm is Charles Marshall AT THE ENCAMPMENT Women Will be Barred As Quests 2nd and 3rd State Regiments- to Participate There will be no women at the camp of combined luanenveis at West Point as guests Gen Bates has issued an order to this effect and line so informed Adjntnn t General Murray- At a conference between Gen Mur ray and the leading officers of the state guard it was deemed to take the Second and Third regiments and the Louisville batalllon on the West Point encampment They will go In camp on September 30 Messrs D P Cnrry end C B Nor ton of the Commercial Club ot Louisville have made a proposition to Capt W W Hite that several steamers be stationed in the river near the West Point maneuver grounds These boats will be used as floating hotels at which visitors to the uianuevers can obtain board The first soldiers who will partici pate in the maneuvers arrived at West Point last week and more will be arriving every week Most of the necessary preparations have been made for them and the camp rill be In readiness when they arrive The encampment of the regular soldiers will be held from September 25 to October 10 and of the militia from September 30 to October 10 Tnere will be swill details forwarded for preliminary work In each department but no considerable body of troops is expected before September 20 The two batteries of artillery and four companies of infantry from Fort Sheri dan near Chicago will start about September IS and march through ti West Point An earnest effort will be made by the citizens of Louisville and West Point to have President Roosevelt spend several days at the maneuvers The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine Is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly re alized or more thoroughlyI appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWiifs Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub statutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shrevesport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles no remedy is equal to DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists Adopt New System The Adnms Express company has in augurated a new system of indemnity Itselt against loss through careless ness or dishonesty on the part of its agents and messengers by insuring them in u bond company of its own The new company while under the control of the Adams Express compa ny will be a separate institution The system went into effect Tuesday Emmett McCoy Dead Bowley ville Ky Sept 8 Spe clalEmmett McCoy who has been ill the past two weeks died Sunday morning at five oclock He was buried at Bethel Monday at eleven oclocK Emmett was a good and well liked boy John Travis Home Burned A petition was circulated in town Saturday asking for financial aid for John Travis and family of Patesville Friday night Mr Travis home was burned to the ground and to add to his distress his wife and four childen were sick A 100 Bird Match W F Hook of Hard111sburg and Joe Aldridge Of Cannelton will engage in a hundred bird match In Louisville September 20 for 100 a side Both men are excellent marirsmen and the contest promises to be interesting Brought 10 An Acre Mr CC Stewartof WhallenDavless county was In the city Monday at which time he sold to Homer Brcuer a tract of 70 acres of land neat Cham bers for 700 Mr Stuart formerly lived at Chambers and the transfer to this property is the last of his hold lugs in that section Hancock Clar- Ion Ferry Business Changes Hands Brandenburg Ky Sept tISpe- cllalG H Casperke has sold his gasoline launch to John Peckenpangh who will continue the ferry business McCLANAHAN HAMBLETON Popular Young People of This City to be Married Thursday Sept 17 KEILIIAMBLETON WEDDING The marriage of Mr Clifton Townes McClanahan to Mist Annie Amanda Hambleton will take place in this nity at the Lucille Memorial Presbyterian church Thursday September 17 at 0 oclock a m Immediately after the ceremony they will leave on the 10 10 train for Henderson where they will spend several days with the grooms parents Mr and Mrs R K McClanahan after which they will return to Cloverport and begin house keeping in the Dr Moorman reel dente on the hUt Mr McClanahan is the wellknown manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Companys exchange in this city He took charge of the ex change in February 1003 and has per ormed the duties of his position to the satisfaction of his employers and tneir patrons He is a young man of integrity and industry and is popular in this city and in Hardins burg where he has charge of another exchange of the Cumberland Com panyMiss Hatnbleton is the daughter of Mrs Man Adelle Hambleton She ia one of Corerports most popular and lovable young ladles and has a host of friends The wedding of Mr Charles Edward Kell of Weehawken N J to MIss Elizabeth Watkins Hauibluton of this city will take place at the home of the bride Mrs Mary Adelle Ramble ton tomorrow morning at 8 ooloau Rev T F Walton former pastor of tile Luclle Memorial Presbyterian church officiating After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Kell will leave on w bridal tour to Philadelphia Atlantic City and New York They will re turn to Cementon Pa where Mr Keil is superintendent of a large ce ment factoryand reside in the future Hr Calcy May Recover Glenwood Iowa Sept 4 100tllr- J DBabhage Dear Sir I have just received the last issue of the News It was true about Mr Caley getting hurt in a runaway He was hurt on August 21 He was picked up un conscious and taken to toe hospital where his wound was dressed He was badly cut and bruited and the doctors thought there was no chance for him He is getting along nicely now and tne doctors think he will recover Yours respectfullyMrs f Caley Wont Pay Increased Rates It is reported that a number of farmers in the vicinity of Tobmsport who recently had telephones placed in their ponies are having them taken out because the company has raised the rate per month from f1 to 103 The farmers say they will not pay the increased rates Cannelton En quirer The Class That Make Good Lodges Cloverport lodge of Masons IP made up of the class of men that make good odges To show their longheaded ness they cleared ft00 on a barbeoue on the 20th of this uionth Sundaya 0 wensboro Messenger Sold a Valuable Farm Mr Pete Best Sr has sold his farm in Hancock county opposite Troy Ind to an Indiana purchaser for 10000 cash The farm contained about 100 acres Thursdays Owens boro Messenger Harry Riley Gives Bond Harry Riley the Louisville shell game man in jail at Canueltou was released on a 500 bond last Wednesday to appear at the November term of court Riley failed or refused to escape with the other three wail several weeks ago Road Needs Working Webster Ky Sept 8 Special The Webster and Hardinaburg road a much traveled and very important road is needing work very badly IT 1 We have in our shelves many reme dies for constipation and biliousness bat the neverfailing commonsense cure is found only in Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets This treat ment cures by relieving the cause of the trouble The Pink Pill arouses the liver while the Tonic Pellets tone up the organs and insure natural and healthy conaitions Complete Treat ment two mediclnesG doses full directions only 25c CHINTZ ROYATLY Practical Surveyor ALS- ONotary Public- I can survey your lands write your deeds and take the acknowledge ment at your homesthis saves you trouble and costs your patronage so licited address me at Har dinsburg Ky J L MOORMAN DENTISTOf- reover Oelzes Hardware Store 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 BABBA- GEAttorneyatLawL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H Deri MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Hreckcnrldire and adjoining counties Sp c1al attention then to collecting road oases and criminal practice License to practice In United States PHitrlet Courts Office over Bank of Ilardtnvlmnr Correct Dress for Men J If we make your suit this Fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR INO AND RELIABILITY OF FABRICJ HUNSCHE with Casper May Co CANNELTON IND GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and 1IIIIIIIIinsurance I Best policies for least money in Lift Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBER DOORS SASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC MEAT MALT THI DIAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength la Every Drop A tcUntlflc combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Ixrabrillc Kr January ai 10x1 MEAT MALT CO Loulnrllfe Kr Gentlemen Haying eumined your Meat and Milt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted ill wmpoeltion and ode of manufacture IwithJJ ante that It Is an elident nUTe and blood tonic IJ ucitel the appetite and Inrleontca digestion and 1a el clally bcllfficlalln nervous prostration and Yours trUly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy NEAT t MALT 00 ferM Kr u GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON t Copyright Ml tv Herbert S Stone hT 1rt1r CHAPTER XXV HKCAUSE I LOVE IIIU IT lIE next morning JttelwC1sS wai astir early Great throngs of people flocked the streets lOll before the hour set for tho signing of the decree that was to dl vide the north from the south Tho whole nation It seemed stood before the walls awaiting with bated breath antI dismal faces the announcement t that Yetlvo hail deeded to Ilolnror the lands and lives of half of her subjects Shortly before 0 oclock hurry An enlsh with his iruard of six rode ut to cue cum iv i iiiinin uniijru n vii vv side him on his pray charger The had scarcely passed Inside the gnte when a cavalcade of mounted menI came riding up the avenue from the Hotel ItvgengPtz Then the howling the hissing the hooting began Male dictions were hurled nt the heads of Axphaln noblemen as they rode between the maddened lines of people They smiled sardonically In reply to the Impotent signs of hatred but they were glad when the cattle gates closed1 between them and the vast despairing crowd In which the tempest of revolt was brewing with unmistakable ever By Prince IJolaroz the Duke of Mlzrox and the ministers were alreadyI In the castle and had beer there since the previous aftornocn In the royal palace the excitement was Intense hut IIt was of the subdued kind dint strains the nerves to the point where control Is martyrdom When the attendants went to tim bedchamber of the princess at 7 oclock as was their wont they found to their surprise no one standing guard The princess was not In her chain ber nor hull she been there during the night The bed was undisturbed In some alarm the two women ran to he parlor then to the boudoir hero they found her asleep on the divan attired In the gown she hail worn since the evening before now crumpled and creased the proof positive of a restless miserable night Her first act after awakening and untangling tho meshes In her throbbing uncomprehending brain was tto send for Qulnnox She could scarcely wait for his appearance and the assur ance that Lorry was safely out of danger The footman who had been sent to fetch the ctiptaln wns a long time In returning She was dressed In her breakfast sown long before he dune In with the report that the captain wns nowhere to be found Her heart gave a great throb of Joy She alone could explain his nbneuco To her It meant but one thing Lorrys illght from the castle SChera else could Qulnnox bo except with tho fugitive perlmps once more Inside St Vulentlnes Preparations began at once for the eventful tnttxtutlou In the throneroom The splendor of two courts was to shine In rivalry Ten oVIock was the hour set for the meeting of the two rulers the victor and the victim Her noblesI tutu her ladles her ministers her guards and her lackeys mowed about In time hulls dreading the hour brushing against the hated Axphaln guests In one of the small waiting rooms sot the Count and Countess Hal font tho latter in tears The young Countess Dngmar stood at a window with Harry Anguish The latter was flushed and nervous and acted like u man who expects that which Is unex pected by others With a strange con fidence In his voice he sought to cheer his depressed friends but the cheerfulness wits not contnglous The sombre ness of n burlul bung over the castle Half nn hour before the time set for the meeting In the throneroom Votive sent for her uncle her aunt and Dag mar As Anguish amid the latter followed the girl turned her sad puzzled eyes up to the face of the tall Amer ican mind raid Are you rejoicing over our misfortune You do not show a particle of regret Do you forget that we ore sue rificing a great deal to save the life of your friend I do not understand how you can be so heartless I think I can explain satisfactorily when I have more time he said softly In her ear and although she tried she could find no words to continue tie left her at the bend of the stairs and did not see her again until she passed him In the throneroom Then she was pale and brave and trembling J Prince liolaroz and his nobles stood to the right of the throne the GmuI stark men and women of degree to theI left while near the door on both sltlesI were to be seen the lending military men of both principalities Near the Duke of Mlzrox was stationed the figI ure of Gabriel prince of Dawsbergcn I He had come with a half dozen tollowII ers among a crowd of unsuspecting Axphalnlans and had taken hla posljj tion near the throne Anguish entered j with Baron Dnn loss and they stood ConstipationD- oes 4 your headache PainII back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth ItsIII your liver I Ayers Pills are l liver pills They cure consti II- pation headache dyspepsiaII fl25cI DeaatifoiDrown utnBUCKINGNAMSDYEnlarn DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache EJladderI I I I Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you I f nurowiary write lmisloaner ouchgnsyours I suffered a long time with what the doctors claimed was lumbago Was down in bed un able to more without great pain Two bottles of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure cempletely cured me and I hare had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumatism FRED BRANDT Dyer Muncie Ind Druggists LOc n Ask fur cook Hook FJIEE Fur Stile 111 Short k Haynus ttiKiiiiLr war mi doorway me inner whiter thnn he had ever been In his 9Ilfe Thou came the hush of expectancy The doors Hwuiifj open the curtains parted and the prioress entered She was supported liy the arts of lien tall uncle Caspar of Halfont Tapes carried the train of her dress n Jew clod gown of black As she advanced I to the throne calmI and stately tliosc assembled bent knee to the fairest wo man the eye ever hind looked upon The calm proud exterior hid the most unhappy of hearts The resolute courage with which her spirit hind been braced for the occasion was remarka ble In more ways titan one Among other Inspirations behind the valiant show was the bravery of n guilty conscience Her composure sustained n shock when she passed Allodc nt the door That faithful heartbroken sere itor looked at her face with pleading horror struck eyes as much as to say Graustnrlefor the sake of that murderer Have pity on us have pity Before taking her seat on the throne she swept the thrilled assemblage with her wide blue eyes There were shad ows beneath them and there were sherlooked upon the little knot of whit faced northern barons her knees trem bled and her heart gave n fresh throb of pity Still the face was resolute Then she saw Anguish tend time suffer lug Danglos then the accusing mer chess eyes of Gabriel At sight of him slue started violently and an icy fear crept Into her soul Instinctively sin searched the gorgeous company Pop the captain of the guard Her Munch est nth wits not there Was she to me luiincinimiK lunm5 uiinii Would the people do as Qulnnox hind prophesied or would they believe Ga oriel nnd curse her She sank Into the great chair and sut with staring helpless eyes deserted and feeble At host tho whirling brain ended Its flight anti settled down to the IIssue first nt hand the transaction with Bo Inrox Smmnoulng all her self control she sold you are conic most noble Rolaroz to drew from us the price of our lie font Wo mire loyal to our compact as you are to yours sire yet In the pres ence of my people and In the name of mercy and justice I ask you to grant us respite You are rich and power fill we despoiled and struggling be neath a weight we can lift and dis place If gives a few short years In which to grow and gather strength At this last hour In the tlfteen years of our indebtedness I sue in supplication for the leniency that you can so well accord It Is on the advice of my coun selors that I put away personal pride and national dignity to make this re utmost trusting to your goodness of heart If you will not hearken to our petition for a renewal of negotiations there is but one course open to Grau stark We can and will pay our debt of honor Kolaroz stood before her dark nnd uncompromising She saw time futility of her plea- I have not forgotten most noble pe titioner that you are ruler here not 1 therefore I am In no way responsible for the conditions which confront you except that I am an honest creditor conic for his honest dues This is the 20th of November You have had fifteen years to accumulate enough to meet the requirements of this day Should I suffer for your faults There Is In the treaty a provision which ap plies to an emergency of this kind Your inability to liquidate In gold does not prevent the payment of this honest debt In land ns provided for In the sixth clause of the agreement All that part of Gratistark north of n line drawn directly from east to west between the provinces of Ganlook anti Doswan n tract comprising tfoswan Shellotz Vn ragan Oswald Sesnml and Gattabat ton You have two alternatives your highness Produce the gold or sign the decree coding to Axphaln the lands stipulated in the treaty I can grunt no respiteYou when that treaty was rained that we could raise no such funds In fifteen years said Halfont forgetting himself in his Indignation Gaspon and other men present approved its hasty declaration Am I dealing with the Princess of Grnustark or with youslrT asked Bo laroz roughly You are dealing with the people of Graustark and among the poorest I will sign the decree 1scre Is noth- Ing to be gained by appealing to you Time papers Gaspon quick I would have this transaction finished speedily cried the princess her checks and her eyes glowing from tho flames of a burning conscience The groan that went up from the northern cut her like the slash of n knife There was one other condition sold Bolaroz hastily unable to gloat as I no Dna epeewu iuef tees I have the pruoncr your highness the assassin who slew my son would have meant much to Graustnrk It la unfortunate that your police depart meat Is so Inefficient Dnngloss writhed beneath thin thrust Yetlves eyes went to him for an instant sorrowfully Thou they dropped to the fatal docu meat which Gaspon had placed on the table before her The lines ran to gather and were the color of I blood Unconsciously she took the pen In her nerveless lingers A deep sob came front the breast of her gray old uncle and GasponH hand shook like a leaf ns he placed the sealI of Graustark on the table ready for use The assassins life could have saved you went 011 IJolaroz a vengeful glare coming to his eyes She looked up and her lips moved as if she would have spoken No wordy came no breath it seemed to her Cast lug n piteous hunted glance over the faces before her she bent forward and blindly touched the pen to time paper The silence was that of death Before she could make the first stroke a harsh voice In which there was combined tri umph and amazement broke the still belleHave you no honor The pen dropped from her fingers as the expected condemnation came In sheer desperation her eyes Hashing with the Intensity of defiant guilt bit ten rage welling up against her perse cutor sloe half arose and cried Who uttered those words Speak I Gabriel of Dawsbergon Where m me prisoner innViairit tomb uut Lire voiceThe man Is mad cried she sinking back with a shudder Mad eh Because I do as I did promise Behold the queen of perfidy Madam I will be heard Lorry Is In this castle He Is mad gasped Bolaroz the first of the stunned spectators to find his tongue There was n commotion near the door Voices worn heard outside You have hon duped Insisted Gn briel taking several steps toward time throne Your Idol Is u traitress n de ceiver I say he Is here She has seen him I Let her sign that decree If site dares I command you Votive of Graustark to produce this criminal The Impulse to crush the defiler was checked by the sudden appearance of two men Inside the curtains He is here cried a strong voice anti Lorry breathless and haggard pushed through the astonished crowd followed by Captain Quinnox upon whose ghastly face there were blood stainsA went up from those assem bled n shout of Joy The faces of Dan gloss nnd Allode were pictures of astonishment and It must be said relief Harry Anguish staggered but recover ed himself Instantly timid turned his eves toward Gabriel That worthys legs trein Died ana Tits jaw uruppcti I have the prisoner your highness said Qulnnox In hoarse discordant tones lie stood before the throne with his captive but dared not look his mis tress In the face As they stood there the story of the night Just passed was told by the condition of the two men There had been a struggle for suprem acy In the dungeon and the prisoner had won The one land tried to hold the other to the dungeons safety after his refusal to leave the castle and the other hind fought his way to the halls above It was then that Qulnnox hind wit enough to change front and drag his prisoner to the place which most of all he hind wished to avoid Time prisoner shouted the northern nobles and In an instant the solemn throneroom was wild with excitement- Do not sign that decree I cried some one from a far corner Here Is your man Prince Bolaroz cried a baron Qulnnox has saved us shouted an otherThe princess white as death and ns motionless sat bolt upright in her royal seat Ohl she moaned piteously and clinching her hands she carried them to her eyes as if to shut out the sight The Countess Halfont and Dngmar ran to her side the latter frantic with alarm She knew more than the oth ers Are you the fugitive cried Bo larozI am Grcnfall Lorry Arc you Bo laroz Tune father of the man you murder ed Ah this is rapture I have only to say to your highness I did not kill your son I swear It so help me God Your highness cried Bolaroz step ping to the throne destroy that lIe cree This brave soldier has saved Gruustnrk In an hour your ministers and mine will have drawn up a ten years extension of time In proper form to which my signature Bbnll be + S nmtij aimciiwi i nave not rorgptrcn my promise Yctlvc straightened suddenly seized the pen abd fiercely f Juu to sign the decree In spite of nVlTnd before those about her fairly realized her intention Lorry understood mind was the first to snatch the document from her hands A half written Votive a blot and a long spluttering scratch of the pen told how near she had come to sign ig nway the lands of Graustark forgetful of the fact that It could be of no bone fit to the prisoner she loved Votive gasped her uncle in horror She would have signed cried Gas pon In wonder and alarm Yes I would have signed she ex claimed starting to her feet strong and defiant I could not have saved his life perhaps but I might have saved him from the cruel injustice that that mans vengeance would have in vented lIe Is Innocent and I would give my kingdom to stay the wrong that will bo done What You defend the dog cried Bolaroz Seize him men I will see that Justice is done It is no girl he has to deal with now Stop cried the princess the com mand checking the men Qulnnox leaped in front of his charge lIe Is my prisoner and he hail have Justice Keep back your soldiery Prince Bola roz It Is a girl you have to deal with I will say to you all my people and yours that l believe him to be Innocent pitch that I sincerely regret his capture fortunate ns It may be for us lIe shall have a fair and a Just trial and I shall do nil In my power Prince Bolaroz to secure his acquittal Why do you take this stand Ye live Why have you tried to shield him cried the heart broken Halfont Site dreg erself to her full height and sweejTTig the threatening crowd with a challenge In tIer eyes cried the tones ringing strong and clear above the growing tumult Because I love him As If by magic the room became sud denly still- Behold an honest man I would have saved him nt the cost of my hon or Scorn me If you will but listen to this The man who stands here ac cused came voluntarily to this castle surrendering himself to Captain QUill InnocentlRtllllliwas safe from our pursuit yet return ed perhaps to his death For me for you and for Graustark he has done this Is there a man among you who would have done as much for his own country Yet he does this for n country to which he Is stranger I must commit him to prison once more But site cried In sudden fierceness I prom ise him now before the trial a royal pardon Do I make my meaning clear to you Prince Bolaroz The white lips of the old prince could frame no reply to this during speech Be careful what you say your high ness cried the prisoner hastily I must refuse to accept a pardon at the cost of your honor It Is because I love you better titan my life that I stand here I cannot allow you and your peo ple to suffer when It Is In my power to fllhIIICSSGod will protect me Prince Bolaroz I call upon you to keep your promise I am not time slayer of your son but 1 am time hum you would send to the block guilty or Innocent As he spoke the princess dropped back In the chair her rash courage gone A stir near the doorway fol lowed his concluding sentence and the other American stepped forward his face showing bis excitement Your highness he skid I should have spoken sooner My lips were parted and ready to cry out when Prince Gabriel Interposed and prevented the signing of the decree Grenfall Lorry did not kill the young prince I can nroiluco the iMilltv maul TO BE CONTINUED Not of Proper Quality The Valley Button Company of Newport Ark had decided tnat the mussel shells found in this vicinity are not of the proper quality to lay them to locate here fur the purpose of manufacturing pearl buttons DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who rends the news papers Is sutra to know of the wonderful made by I SwampRoot the great medl of the nine dis after years of by the emi and blad specialist and Is wonaermuiiy curing lame back uric acid trou bles and Brights which Is the worst form of Dr Khmer s Is not rec ommended for Thecures If you have kid ney liver or It will be found just the you It has been tested In so many ways work In private among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful in every case that a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not It may have a bottle sent mall also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have bladder trouble When this offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co I hamtpn N Y Dr kidney liver remedy century research kidney promptly kidney kMney remedy practice sample writing generous regular fitly Cent and Bom ot 8tfaii1 Roocfdollar sizes are sold by all good druggists font make ath mistake trot remember the Ypon SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS r Henderson Route Preparing to Hand le Big Crowds That Go to the State Fair ry 1 The Henderson Route is making preparations to banale the big crowds that will go to the State Fair this month Many people have announced their intention of coming to the fair fair from Louisville and to accommo date them the road has decided to run a special train from Louisville to Owensboro on Tuesday Thursday and Friday of the week of the fair The train will leave Louisville at 7 oclock in the morning and arrive at Ow ns ooro at 10 30 The excursionists will have the opportunity of an allday stay at the fair as the train will not return to Louisville until 0 oclock in the afternoon The accommoda tion train from Cloverport will take hundreds of people to the fair and will have extra coaches so as to accommodate them The road has alreadylnade arrangements to double i ts usual num ber of coaches for the fair week Bucklens AranlS alve c- Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment for balm or Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sorest Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions P infalii ole for Piles Cure Guaranteed Only SiJo at Short Haynes Drug gists Silver Plate that Wearell Spoonsknives TheyareJtijaglulllnRuUtrademarIRAJ ROGERS IQ tJ BROS Sold by leading dealen For Catalogne Ito e dilnta the matenIInternational Connr fducatoFOR IFOR A BookKeeplngBuslness IfIL PHONOGRAPHY I I Typ3Wrillng Telegraphy rllfi eddras pLEXINGTONFor circular of hli famous and rtiponilbt COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY ExpositionCost TultloalJooklTelegraphyspecillillliJTbe dmlrcdNoonlyWILBUR FARMING IN THE SOUTH IllinoisCentralcirculars concerning fruit growing vegetable theStatesMissIssipplIlomeseeker who will forward his name and mailedfree I as they are published from month to month P W HARLOW D P A UuUvllle Ky THE MECHANICS BANK i OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposit a1 follow 5 per cent one year 7 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we willItune Time youfor J Stockholders are liable for all they aretworth j 7 Jrd St 1Bivi Sour Stomach 11Nopnessgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh of ccuresI discovery repre rents tho natural Juices of digestion as they taexist in a healthy stomach combined withflI1properties1I rfamoU5f r by cleansing ur l1alrenglhenlngthe stomachthMlJSAftU Rirentwood Wwdh VII wu lroubled lOUr stomach ton twweeMyyye is ofKodol Hued me and wo are now umr It la mlk I or babyVEtBottle 1 1 =t tritltPrepared by E 0 D WITT A CO OHIOAOO e if 6 I 1 i GOV BECKHAM Sounds the Keynote of the Democratic State- Campaign Masterly Speech by Kentuckys Executive at Winchester September 5th The Following is the Text of Gov Beckhams Opening Speech on Saturday I welcome tho opportunity which this occasion presents and I rejoice that the time In at hand for the democratic party with Its ranks united and enthusiastic to nter a campaign before the people of Kentucky for the election oi their state officers next November- On our part I Intend that tho contest hall be an aggreslvo not a defensive one that tho people shall be thoroughly Acquainted with the Issues Involved and that In the full light of public view the dtmocrntlo party willingly and the re publican party unwillingly must stand 4 upon their respective records and lot the people judge between them This Is the policy which we seek which we demand and we Intend to drag our reluctant ad yersarles from the dark recesses of n gumshoe campaign and make them tight us if they will In the open light of day While they seem to have determin ed upon a quiet and secret campaign relying upon the power of a big corruption fund and hoping that the democrats maybe lulled Into a sense of overconfidence we are determined to compel them to stand up and assume entire responsibility for the evil record they have made In this state We have nothing to conceal we Invite ct full and fair Investigation of our rec ord and we gladly go before the people upon that record believing Implicitly in tho sincerity or our purpose and In the righteousness of our cause We know the people of Kentucky their love of honesty and courage their hatred of fraud and deception and with that knowl edge wo begin this campaign with no misgivings as to the result Democrats need only do their full duty and the vic tory Is won Kentucky Is a democratic state and Intends to be governed by the democratic parly We seek to win by upiholding the fair name of the state tho republican party tries to succeed by slandering It and making Its name a by of reproach throughout the land Jpwordstrive to maintain peace and prosperity and to enforce the laws vigorously and Impartially they would rather that such conditions would not exist if they could get any spurious campaign material out of the states distress I speak not of the great mass of the re I publican people In Kentucky who I be hove love law and order and want to see the state prosper I know a large uInumber of excellent republican citizens L In Kentucky and It Is far from me to trutter a harsh or unjust criticism about 9 them but I speak of those who dominate their conventions write their platforms f and nominate their candidates What I shall say hereafter shall be directed at this class and I purpose before finishing to show to what depths of crime and In famy some of them will go In their des perate greed for office and power There am nine state offices to be filled by election In November The republican l candidates for those offices were noml jutted last July In Louisville In a con vention which was characterized by some L republican leaders as the most corrupt find unfair convention ever held It was said that nothing could he done by the delegates a very large number of whom enjoyed lucrative positions In the federal service until there was some oracular utterances of the wishes of the national administration at Washington The pow t r of the federal machine prevailed and their ticket was nominated The democratic party for the first time I In the history jot the state In Its desire I to get as close to the people as possible I held a state primary on the 9th of last May and nominated Its ticket That primary although an experiment was most ouccexsful In all Its features No less than one hundred and fifteen thou sand democrats voted In It and It Is sntp to say that although there was no contest fr tile office of governor and It was aver busy srnson of the year more than twice as many democrats took part In It than ever before took part In 1helr nominatIons for atite office by the convention system Knch sticceKsful can rllilnte won by such a large majority and tho conduct of the primary was such that there could be not the slightest crit icism as tn the fairness and Impartiality of the election On the ticket with me were nominated eight honorable men who are worthy of the democracy of Ken lucky men of excellent character and captuity nnd deserving In every respect of the fuppnrt of the good people of the commonwealthThe of Kentucky must choose t lutweon these two tickets and decide which one hnll administer state affairs for the next four years The Issues are clearly dram the principles and policies of tho two parties are thoroughly under a stool each nf them has been tried and teMrd by the experience of the last eight yearc nn 1 there In not an Intelligent voter In the state who does not under I stand the dlfTorerieo between the two parties and whit each one represents Thn democratic pirty stands preeminent ly for low and oder for peace nnd prosperity It promises and gives an honest nnd capable administration of state af fairs It believes In the rigid enforce mont of the Inw ngnlnst all criminals re cnrdless of political or other considera liOns It IH against the assassination of 1 renubllcnn In nglhll county just as mu h as It Is a ont thn assassination ot a democrat In Frinklln county Its conventions or assemblages have never I Indorsed or cheer d th name of those who uri pullty of murder anti who are nfrnld to stand triAl for thlr crimes I It has nver through Its lenders or Its newspapers ought to take trrMiUbsorlp lions to defend those whnsorUj claim i for help I r that they murdered the leader of tho oppojlte pffWItJinhIt tar oj furor It has stood for iunl nnd exact justlc to olj 1 scelHuto Iffilld up Ken turky not in d fatnp her toopen upland develp hl vnt nltlurnl resources to orcourifro Industry education and ad vnpcenirrit to how the world thnt our t titi1te IsI not A InpfTTd In the commercial pror514 of tl nip al to prove that life liberty ami property nro nil safe here nt anywhere f1p on oirth It believes that It Is ihf lutYflt the covprnmejit to protect thniarIaaesweli JiUthir1rlcl1atOjI KUnrcl AS JoaioOBlvI the InTcFeVfs bf labor ns well nn of eipltnj and to proserve belwfpn them theep just aad equitable l conditions whlrh bring content and caLls faction to both It believes In the pru dent itil careful management of the fiscal iffalrs of the state and In the dll Sjence and perllverpnce of Its state om dais In tho collection of all claims due I the state end the prompt application ot Iutich collections In tho payment of the S tJ states debts The democratic party of Kentucky preaches the gospel of peace and tolerance not of strlto anti hatred rind true to the eternal principles of Its Krcat founders It unfurls to the breezd the white banner of brotherly love upon whose folds arc Inscribed Inlettors which I can be read from the mountains to the Mississippi United We Stand Divided We rail Therejshall be no sectionalism i ill Kentucky but the good people of the i Mountain of tho Blue Grass of the 3 3j nnvrltA O UJ M nht4 f J USCTT3 tinder flerTiocrtitle rule5Hail prow our state where she properly belongs in the front rank of the commonwealths of the union Under that banner we shall march to certain victory anti restore to Kentucky that era of good feeling and contentment which existed lucre before the republican party with Us malice and vindictiveness became n factor In the politics of the ktalo and when the nightmare of Its su premacy did not disturb the dreams ot peopleThe adopted by the repub licans at their convention In Louisville last July Is without doubt the most complete combination of hypocrisy fraud and misrepresentation ever put together It Is on Insult to Intelligence a contradic overrsubJpctIt has never betn equaled In brazen ef frontery since the republican convention three years ago deliberately Indorsed W S Taylor after he had been Indicted for murder antI Ignominiously tied from the state for his patriotic and resolute cour o The republican convention last July cheered vociferously the name of tho same Taylor whoso engagements In In diana did not permit his attendance at a convention In Kentucky Had circum stances allowed him to be present the ovation accorded him would have exceed ed every other demonstration In that con vention They yearned to see him that they might pay tribute to the man who was the archconspirator In the assassi nation of Win Goebel and the cowardly murderer who will not face a Kentucky jury on a trial of his guilt This was the same convention which honored me speakersbyI glory In Its condemnation I rejoice that those who applaud assassins have no praise for me If anything has happened In a brief career which should entitle my psterltyIt ferred upon me the coveted distinction of Its miserable censure My pride Is exalt ed when I think that my conduct In om del life has met with their cordial die approval My administration of the af fairs of state Is commended for all time to come by the denunciation of those who exulted In Ooebels death and who love to pay homnge to his murderers My poMtlon In the confidence and affection of the good people of Kentucky lit secure so long nil I can merit the condemnation of such a convention as this poutitni the actions or conduct of their opponents ted ire entitled to no credit or consider atlon from honest people In their platform they say they are op posed to assassination whether In Str via or Kentucky We hope they are sincere In what they say about Servla for we know they are not about Ken lucky It depends entirely upon the ques lion ns to what party the murdered king republicanIf hI was a democrat then they are no more sincere than they are In what thor republicanlendersBelgrade where they would find a more congenial climate for the use of their Improved methods of political warfare The present king of that country would probably grant them the same Immunity from rixjiililllon as the present governor of Indiana dues It Is quite certain that If the king should find his throne In danger from the claims of some rival he could borrow a Marlin rifle from some prominent republican federal officeholder In Kentucky who would cheerfully lend It on account of the Increased value of the gun after the deadly work had been accomplished The man who wrote that platform about assassination In Servla might be considered a humorist If the subject was not so ghastly Ills cruel nature as he penned those lines was full of delight when he Indulged In such mocker and saw In his minds eye the form of Kentuckys governor struck with the apSRBslns bullet and writhing In agony on tho state house pavement And yet these are the people who denounce me This IIs the platform which says my ad ministration has been bad In my fond est dreams of popular favor I never ex pected surh a complete triumph and vln dlrntloi as this Mr nom nelknalthtinee of that convention hat tering unction to his soul that he was the most honored man by the convention I dispute the claim with him and assert that I above every other man carried off the honors of that assemblage For while he received the nomination for governor I was the chief object of their attacks and my brow was adorned with the chaplet wreath of their erfvlable abuse No crusader of old when he knelt before his sovereign to receive the order of knighthood In recognition of his cour ago nnd valiancy over felt prouder than dirt I when that remarkable convention said that It saw nothing In my public record to approve Now let us look at that libelous doc ument which they have put forth nt their platform of principles With a reckless disregard for truth It tIres r general broadside shot at the present democratic administration and It would have the people believe that we are as bad It possible an the republican organization In this state It denounces vhat It Is pleased to term the odious democratic machine now In control of Kentucky This must have been Intended as a little piece of pleasantry to relieve somewhat the monotony of the occasion for it Is said that when this humorous pArt of the platform about political machines was read a broad smile swept over the faces of all the delegates except those who were for Judge Pratt or Mr Wlllson for these latter delegates were not In a tramp of mind just then to fully appreciate a Joke of that kind The Idea of that convention denouncing a machine was a bit of witticism most too semitic tc be enjoyed by these gentlemen It Is Indeed very gratifying to me that the republicans have een fit to attack the present democratic administration and thereby bring prominently before the people the work and actions of this ad ministration for I am convinced that the morn discussion and Investigation we have upon this subject and the better the people understand It the more cred liable It will be to us and we will be certainly Indorsed at the polls I do not want to appear boastful or to assume any credit to which I am not entitledI but I can say and prove beyond success ful contradiction that the administration of affairs given by the present demo cratic ofltclMls for over three and a holt years will compare favorably with 4ny other administration In the history of the state an esoeclally nn with the JHtJ yearsTheknqwnIntrailon camo Into power In February KXW the debt of the state was Jl000ron end 5tyOOtnr onehalf of thit debt was crent d Jn 4837 lurlnjr the republican art pionthsuvehiveI turity with the exemption of twnuo thd the ony reason W have not patti thaisbecause we have not yet been able eto have those thirtysix bonds presented for payment Wo have the money to mjv then with nnd we inite by the llrstpof the y nr to do so The state In therefore I1FO JJirJli U I qf JjUJTfrrt dUtlngtlon fherRattIl wmilt hav lH en dUll ln 1905 tho other halt In 1W7 It line been paid out of some of the mon y collected by thin adminis tration from the national government on the civil war claims Those bonds were nil bqught at the most advantageous rates for the stateand at prices which earned for the stato a better Investment than our money does When placed at the regular Interest In the state depositories During the last three years of time republican administration they had the highest tax rate we have ever paid except In one Instance many ynars ago when it was the same In addition to their doubling the debt of the state In 1817 they rained the rate of taxation from 42 cents to 52 cents on the one hundred dnllnm but they oru vided In the law that at the end of three years this tax rate should fall 5 cents or be reduced from 521 to 4n2 This reauC tion therefore was timed not to take et Dragging Pains 2825 KwleySt CIIICAUO ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the groins I suf fered terribly at the time of men struation had blinding headaches andrushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take amidsoon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seem wi to course through my veins andafter using eleven bottles I was a wellwouman eu Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving ymptoms The Ladies Advisory- Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn WINE0CRDUIL feel until the beginning or trio next ad ministration It hi ened consequently that when we came Into power In lc W his reduction began anti the first two years of our adminIstration we mitt to run on a ITi cent rate instead of li M 4 cent rate which our rrpuhllrun predecs Hors had enjoyed This reduction made a difference In our revenue the first your 1901 of 31631731 and the I vmd year 1901 of JT56518nO all of whlch would have been added to the revenues If wo had been running at the republican rats of 62 4 cents This fHlimn i n enues at that time made It dlfllcult for w to meet the necessary expenses Th ruinous and riotous conduct of time repub Hcnn regime under Taylor left us th legacy of many extraordinary exp nsa- lld a disordered condition of the stainII till Ulf The gllltrall Hfsembly of lWZ therefore found It mrtnna y to Increa the tax rate to BO pnts mi time hundriHli dollars until the tl cal nffulm nlioald gt In a normal condition again That Is the present rate but 1 nm haorjy to ear that by reason of time prudence economy and bulnvtiBllke management of time limo erotic state ottlrlulH It will be potwlble tot the gcnetal axxembly next winter toI either materially reduce time present rate or to no apportion It In the Interest of theIschool fund that thereafter It will be sible without additional taxation to give a seven month public school term instead of a the months term as now This I believe would be a wise policy and It Is made possible by the financial management of the present democratic state officials And yet Mr Uelknap talks about giving the state a business ad ministration But we shall pay our re spects to him on that subject later on with all our debts and clHlnm irnul there will be In the state treasury on the 1st of next January nearly JtHOOOW The largest showing over before made In the state There Is not a state In the union whose fiscal affairs can make a better showing titan ours Still Mr liolknnp says you ought to have a change What will the people say 1 think 1 know time Ketnucky people too well to be uneasy about their verdict In addition to this excellent financial showing It can also be proven that the present administration has done more to improve and enlarge the public Institu lions of the state than any other admin- Istration ever did We have snent much money In needed Improvements In all till charitable Institutions the state college the state normal school for colored peo pie the lOUt and dumb Institute and the tnstltutlons ever before The two prisons Instead of being a great drain upon the revenues of the state as they used to be under the old management are now under time busi nesslike control of democratic otllclals selfsupporting and I am Informed by the commissioners that this year they will pay a small revenue to tho state Instead of being a tax upon It as was the east beforo the present system was adopted Let us make a comparison upon this turs tlon of prison management and see the difference between the republican and tile democratic administrations During the years of ISM 1SS7 and IttS In Uov urml Joys administration to run the two prls one cst the state SXQS701 During the years 1901 1P02 and 11W3 under this admin istration they have cost the state only 11276361 This makes a saving to the state In the three years ot WWn These figures speak for themselves Sev oral of the charitable Institutions of the state have been so administered that they have been able out of their allowances under the law to save enough to buy con siderable additional land for their Insti tutions and to make other valuable im provements all out of their per capitaI allowance Much political capital hat been sought to be made out of the man agement of some of these Institutions but I can say and prove that never be fore were they more successfully or Capably managed than they have been dur ing the last three years There was some trouble at the Hopklnsvllle asylum over two years ago 1 made a most careful investigation of It and concluded that the superintendent was responsible for It 1 promptly removed him and put another man in his place Since then there has been no trouble there Last spring a big sensation was attempted to be made out of some charges of cruelty to patients at the Lakeland asylum and an effort mado to hold me directly accountable for them because I had appointed the head nmcias of that Institution An Investigation was made by the board of commissioners and also by myself In person and by my representative I found that In two cases attendants had used unnecessary force In dealing with patients and when discovered the two attendants were promptly discharged The principal charges made against the olllcluls there and about whose testimony so much was sold by the hostile press were made by two con vict patients Gorge Portwood and Mary Noble and to give some Idea of the character of this testimony 1 will tell who they are 1ortwood several years ago killed a man In Lexington and upon trial was sentenced to be hanged Qov Bradley commuted his sentence to lire Imprisonment He made application to mo for a full parton It was refused lie feigned Insanity and was tried on that question last winter Time Jury was deceived and authorized his transfer to tho asylum lie was taken to Lakeland but the doctors there Quickly discovered his purpose and that was to escape They took extra precautions with him and prevented his doing so Ha was therefore offended at them for not letting him get away and at me because I did not pardon him lie was trying to get even In testimony Ho has been transferred back to tutu prison where ha properly belongs The other witness Mary Noble was transferred from the vrison to the asylum She too had to be closely watched She was not Insano Her prison term expired while she was at the asylum and she was released Since then she has been arrested upon a charge of housebreaking and Is now In the liOUiavlUa Jail Such la the testimony upon which if rely about the terrible slatL u aIhe ass lum There ore abut 13U patients In tin liiNlitiitlon till popuatlon of a llflh clisu 111 It IIn Impossible that In such a law institution there should not be an uctaMoiiil inlhhap or wrong but thee have ben remurKdbly few there during this auminlsiniuun tor me o 1 ent and his nsslHiuntH arc met IIr the kindest hurt and are as watchful an I careful nt the comfort of these unfortu nate Iv Ings us It In possible to b if I had 11amI tin slightest reason to blleve tiNt aiijr one of them had IKHII guilty of the IilM rtilfiy l IUK have liiir promptly removed No one visits I hat institution who ID not Im presari with Its splendid manugement and tin i M ilent care tiiken of the In mutt lint time republicans are excel liiKlv litrU up fur cnmiwlgn material and are Kruplng at straws III their ie41erte 1fTirts However It timy are nnxlou to make an Issue of time management of stat Institutions I will clvortuliy IIcmmoilati thrm and compare this uilmln s ration with time republican udmlnlstni tlnn with as iiouu asylum time Keeble Minded Institute the prlscii mid other places 1 have noth ins IK I lie al llllll XIUIII IX U u romparisn Time present administration has c tillished one addllmul nub Ic Institution and that Is the Itome for tae Aged and Intlrm Confederate Soldiers at Iewir Valley where time old veterans of the IliiifidTucy who draw no pensions from th government can be well cured for amlI lioked after In their old age We hnv ulM passed a law giving ma terial i lstance to the Childrens items one oi tie nOt praiseworthy charities III the MUUI where little orphans and waifs 11 gait tiered and trained and pro ltltd with good homes Such charities us tIm iipMl1 to time pentlmentH of ull 11111lOhlsl le ui Itepubllcan platform under taks I TlHrlse me for what It terms my 1Jf the pardoning power Again tiny IIIM performed a great service for me iii it calls forth an examination of my r and a compart on with the rrll i Hume of my predeeesaorn These LIISt hue been very carefully examin i tliey are open to time public and Itu very proud of the showing whUli hy nrnke I shall give the cia tistics n en the reconlK ofijoy itrnwu jOY liiiiuy and my own In doing so tinre i nt time slightest desire or miami tion uiiiM my tart to rellect upon or irltleize the actions of those two distin guished iovi riior tor I oene o thy uetd conscientiously In these mat ters amet did what they thought was right lint as this question imis been Drought up and an unlimited number of misrepresentations and falsehoods liars been elreulalnd about my pardon record and an To made to create the Impres don that I have used the power exces sively I miiHt make r inpuii tii an i i time peopli 5t10 how little truth there Is in what has ben said and publlMhed The figures sliown by time executive Journali and tle prison records reveal the foot that I have exercised executive clemtnay tar Iless than either of these two prwle cfsors and that with prison imputation considered my percentage of imnlnns will compare favorably with any other chief exeutlve The mendacity of oralit republican new puHrs ulniut there 1mnttlrl as well as others In time last few months lies never been equaled The republican organ at ouisvllle Milted and run by It gang of professional and dis reputable blackmailers limit tried to see how many falsehood It could publish about theea pardonll and mmever makes n correction They have published libels they have falsified records as evidenced by an alliilMVlt from one of their own mplnves and they have not hesitated It any mtirepresentallun They have In numerous Instances wilfully published statements which they knew to be false and by their representatives have admit ted them to be so They give all their reason that It Is politics and that la about as high a conception ae they have of any moral principle Of course HO foul u sliest as tlUs Is nut djurarvlng ot- CONTINUBD ON PACK 0 Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Acliinjf Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid fey Bladder and Urinary diseases SIlecijticbank swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the urethu neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone rights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty timid hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci ficoSoon mill the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back die 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 uric acid anti 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 Long Reach of Single Wire What is probably the longest reach ofsingle wire in the world was stretch el from a tower in Cant eltonto t e tp of Reservoir lull in Hawesvllle by the Cumberland Telephone Company The distance is one mile The wire took the place of the companys cable across the Ohio which hRs been damaged in some way and needed repairing CJA J- A Bears the- BJguatun of Ito MIll IOU uato AlWll UOUII Sam Meyer Dead News was received hero Monday of the death of Samuel Merer of Rock vale son of Mr and Mrs Mitch Meyer who former v lived at Guston He had been sick for several weeks of ty plioid fever and died Sunday night His remains were taken to Louisville Monday for burial He was n cousin of Mw Dr Miles of this city and many friends in this county will be grieved to hear of his death Meade County Messenger What is Life ID the lust analysis nobody knows but we know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living meats derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings NewLife Pills quickly readjusts this Its genuine yet thorough Only 25o at Short Haynes drug store I All MEALS ARE COOflNEALS vi WhEN TilE STOHACH IS RIGHT touritomachl I sad your appetite Is gone You would do most anjihinic wouldnt you to enjoy all JOU takeDR SYRUP HoalthTbol It will make your stomacb rigbt stimulate a healtby flow of gastric juice and use hatbeenandbeadeebefroriale br all drullllitts at 0 cents ao lllOO per bottle Dr Tbaobcri Liver Medl Departmenu I I 2P0Liipla bottle- TIJACIZEIL I MEDICINII COMIAN Chattanooga lenuetiae O n LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES RUSSELLVILE KY Fall Term Opens Vednesday September 10th 1903 A hoarding school for tlrN exclusively For Six Years of successful work A practical fduciitloa obtained under the very best home and religious inthuetseP TlMjrousli utah exwnslr courses In Ij nRUiKe Literature Sclonra Malliematl SlUSle Art Elaoutkin noel Physical Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one u specialist In ier depart mont Campus large and beautiful ItuIMInr a massive brick comfortable well farntehed sup piled with butts room and electric lights Kates exceedingly low for the excellent iinvantaitiS and comforts offered Those Interested are rptie ted Ui write for It copy of our beautiful catalogue Address the President B E ATKINS Malarial rr WeaKness the terror of strong men and delicateI women takes r the joy of lifeaway and opens the system to disease Assist Nature avoid strong drugs se A gentleTreument DAJ4ON51iJvILLS and Tonic Pellets will help the natural forces tonstore perfect health feed the blood and paint tIme roses on the cheeks A Treatment that actually i cures without unpleasant sensations V Sample end Booklet Free J Complete Treatment S It 25 das 25 cts trt 4 tk utorcc Kor Sale by Klnilielnc Ilros Ilurdiiiabun und A R Fisher C rlorl IIITHE TWO INCORPORATED STATES BANK i 1 iiCnpltal Stock 15000 i STEPHENSPORT KY 2 1KB C ADAIR President DR J H LKlt Vicepresident- X JOHN S ADAIR Cashier 2 WKKOTOK3 G W PAYNII R A SMITH WM B HARDIN I RA SIIItLL IAN R D IU r TON L P MILNUR a J S CARlil TilE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS u Your lunds are absolutely safe in our bank as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in the county We solicit i your business whether large or small You can do your banking with us by mail S ADAIR Cashier jJOHNss sssess smssssesi isssesIusssss m essmssss ssss- II First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPUR Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 8 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized ln1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier I CashletIStorage place for packages in our fireproof our ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest pcld ou time deposits 7 r s 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNOe rcVGitt4taEd- itors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate ot 10 rents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 coats per line Money in advance WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER U 1008 t EIGHT PAGES x The Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1003 r ANNOUNCEMENTS r t BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY For Circuit Court Clerk Breckenridge Count IWSHERMAN BALL Nominee of the Republican Party For Representative of Breckenridge 1 County MAT P PAYNE Nominee of the Republican Party The wnistles of onr factories ma c e sweet music on the air rBelknap Ball Mcormnn and busi ness How does this combination strikeI you Our pockets are not very full of money but our soul is full or enthusiasm for Cloverjort anti for Bre ken ridge ominty Its not the men with I pockets full of money that build up- towns and communities but its the men with faith and little money and who are not afraid to invest it We print the opening speeches of both candidates for Governor in this opinionias to the fitness of the two men fo the pine If you want a business mans government of State affairs 1 it seems to us yon can get that kind of a government in Col Belknap or I you want a government run on purely political tins Governor Berkhnui is your man Prof Oelze for the first two open ing days made it tine iimpression on pupils sad patrons Our advice to the pupils Is to do what he tells you to do and do it Ht once and in order The patrons can do much to help him and the school along Visit the scnool say u good word for it and the teacher There is not a teacher but what will f do his or her best for the snocess of both pupil and school They should have the hearty cooperation of the parents Dr Milton Board of Hardinsbnrg WItS in the city Tuesday H3 said politics was very quiet around the capital city That the campaign had not opened up yet but would in a short while He spOKe very enthusi astically of the Democratic outlook He said it was only a question of majorities Breckenridge county he said would go Democratic by 100 He said his campaign committee was in splendid shape Had nil the money they wanted1 to do business on so was perfectly easy along that line State of Ohio City of Toledo I IsLucas county fis Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney K Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1800 A V1 W Gleason Notary Public Halls Catarrah Cure is taKen internally and acts directly on the blood and mucus surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists Tic Halls Family Pills are the best Two Nuptial Knots Tied Walter Ash of near Lewisport and Miss Lonia Lewis of this city were married here on Tuesday night by Judge Stephens Wm Gray and Miss Young of near Dukpwere married in Cannelton Saturday Notwithstanding Mr Gray is yet a very young man this is his third matrimonial venture his former I wives having died Hancock Clarion One Wet Spot In Grayson Rookport Ky Sept 3tlprlng Lick went dry by a big majority in the local option election recently Leach 1 is the only place in Grayeon county bOW where the license system prevails CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of KentuckyThe Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intangible based on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com Deny Big Campaign Opening Plans are being made by the Repub lican party for a grat demonstration at the formal opening of tile campaign- by Col Belknap at Munfordville Sat urday Gus Jnnbertthe famous barbe cuer of Lexington has been engaged to serve the barbecue on the occasion and a special train of representative Republicans 500 strong will go from Louisville and thousands of people will attend from adjoining counties Gen Simon BBuokner will matte the Introductory speech in which he will out line the objections to the present administration Oil Morris B Belknap the candidate for Governor will then address the crowd Delivery Steadily Improving More tomatoes were packed at the Polk PncKing Companys factory last week than the week before last The amount of the fruit delivered has been increasing daily since the first of it was brought in by the farmers Up until last Thursday 3COOO cans had been put up This week the manage ment of the factory expect to have enough tomatoes to make a steady run Guests at the Springs Among resent arrivals at the Tar Springs the fatuous mineral reOrt followingsMrs T A Mason Terre Haute BornerKy Mrs Martha Hendrick Hat dinsDurg Jack Gertisen and brother findfNantz Maceo Ky Mr Amos How ard Rome Ky Mr Ed Bishop Glendeane Messrs Lafe Miller and Peter Beele Hardinsburg To Attend Perdue University Jas Logan Jr of Rookport Tad formerly of this city ws here list week visiting Byrne Severs Thursday he will leave for Perdue University Indiana where he expects to enter the senior class in pharmacy He attended the Louisville School of Pharmacy last year and requires only one year to complete his course The great number of dyspeptics is increasing daily This is due to hur ried eating and lack of cnre in select ing proper food There is nothing more effective to the run down digestive organs than pure pepsin and while pepsin alone corrects the overworked digestive organs a tonic such as pure pOI twine is also necessary to keep them in this condition Walthers Peptonized Port to be found in alt drug stores combines inexact proportions the purest pepsin and richest port wine It Iis highly recommended by thoughtful physi oillnsFor sale by A R Fisher Small sizes CO cents large size 100 Chas Ryan Buys an Interest Victor Matthews the well known barber on east Main street has sold his interest in the barber shop of Matthews Ferril to Chas Ryan and will go West to look for a loca tion Mr Matthews has been in the barber business in the same stand for the past fifteen yearsSaturdays Owensboro Messenger- Mr Ryan is a Cloverport boy and was in the barber business here be fore he went to Owensboro Much Needed Improvement The new division fence in the yard of the High School building is a much needed improvement The boys and girls will aow be separated while at play The former are given the south side of the yard and the latter the north side j J Will Locate In Hemphls I Dr C E Bennett the osteopath who has been practicing his profession in Hawesvllle for the past two months will locate in Memphis Tenn He has been visiting in Owens boro a few days before leaving for Memphis Will Olve a Free Lecture Hardinsbnrg KySept 8Spec- lalWm L Popham of Louisville State manager for Kentucky of the Highland Nobles will give a free lecture at McDaniels next Saturday afternoon Sept 12 at 4 OClock in the Baptist church i HARDINSBURG Dr Walker wilt be at his office MondayCharles Edmunds spent last Sun day at Union Star Cecil Davis of Chicago is a visitor at the Ford Hotel BornTo the wife of Morris H Beard Sept 7a boy Miss Ltnuie Haswell left Tuesday for Caruthersville Mo Clark Owen of Jolly Station was in town the first of the week Quarterly court convenes next Mon day There is a large docKet- Ed ward Dillon spent last Sunday at Cannelton the guest of friends Ernest and Vie Robertson of Glen deane were in town last Sunday Dr Walker will be at his office MondayMrs Winebrinner who has been dangerously ill is much improved Robert J Ball spent last Thursday at Union Star the guest of friends Dr W A Walker who has been sick of typhoid fever is able to be out againRoland A Smith of Stephensport was here last Saturday visiting his motherJames R Skillman of Owensboro was in the city Monday on legal businessC McClanahan and Jno D Bab bage Jr of Cloverport were here last Wednesday Percy M Beard of the firm of B F Beard S Co is in Cincinnati buying goods for his firm Miss Lottie Compton of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton last week The Hon ChasBlnnford and George Drury were in the city last Friday on a business trip Preston Ford and Mr Woolfolk of Brandenlmrg were here last week visiting Mr Fords mother Dr Walker will begin work again MondayMr Mrs J J Whitworth of Lodiburc were the visitors of Mr and Mrs Richard Sliellinan last Fri dayJames H Gardner has begun the building of an addition to his store house Hook C Beard have the con tractI be in Hardinstmrg Sept 14 for 1 week prepared to do alt kinds o dental work Dr J C Bush Cannel ton Ind- Harry 6 Moorman of Owenshoro was here severall days of last weeK representing the Owersboro Woolen Manufacturing Co- MM P M Beard and children re turned home Sunday from Union Star where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs D IS Richardson Dr Walker will begin worK again MondayMrs G Read of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard for several weeks returned home Tuesday The Chicago Glee Club will be heard here at the City Hall Thursday even ing September 10 It is a musical organization of great merit and no one should miss hearing it Mr C T York of Washington D C wno has a position in the Cen sus Bureau was here last week collecting statistics as to the wealth debt and taxation in this county Mr and Mrs Charles Scott Misses AllleWiti Leha McGary Margaret Brodie Benlnh Hook Maggie Baker Messrs Godtrey Ball Tom Hook Cecil Davis and Fred Bright were among those who spent Sunday at Tar Springs- Ilsses Nancy Kincheloe Sallie Withers Marie McGavock of Clover port Ella McGary and Messrs Franklin Kincheloe Arthur Beard Virgil Bright John Skillman James Lewis and Robt Ball were entertained at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Jno D Beeler at Kirk last Thurs day evening Dr Walker will begin work again Monday Enjoyable Hasonlc Meeting I Hardinsburg Ky Spet 8Speci- alMessrs Jesse Whitworth Chintz Royalty Jesse Payne Paul Compton t Andrew Driskell Henry Moorman W S Ball Horace Scott Richard I atIMasonic lodge at Cnster last Saturday Many others from different lodges c were there and a very enjoyable meetIing was held The visiting brethren were entertained at the homes otff hospita ble Custer folks Were Delightfully Entertained Webster Ky Sept 8 Speciall Mr and Mrs Hubert Bruner of Preston entertained the Webster baseball team and their sweethearts on the evening of September 8 The party returned at a late hour and are loud Intheir praise of the good people as host and hostess w p N N i lltr i I fII I f T i Staple Dry Goods i FallZ J r f look at the goods and compare prices s Here are Some of Our Popular Price Goods 22Dress t r pera0 JLUw 15ef ffI Z 500 worth of Shirts and Ladies and Hosiery alono will come in this week This will 1 i be the best showing over made hero in this lino of goods Our trade in lions Shirts last Spring very largo and wo propose to double the business this Fall in the same line Wo will do so I I bli 01 our purchase and showing the best styles and the newest patterns jin these goods I t lI on the j Timothy Seed Red Top Horse Collars Bridles Whips Girths Backbands t Spurs Lace Leather and anything in leather you call for i l J iX11 ONN N 10NN + W + N N 1 Mr and Mrs Joe Greenwell have moved near town Miss Malissa Rose is visiting friends and relatives in Owensboro Misses Erlmno and Jess Warren were in town Wednesday Miss Violet Bosely opened the Shi goodfattendance Miss Minnie Jollyof Union Star spent a few days with Mary and Clara Ford near Mooley villa I will be in Hardinsbnrg Sept 14 for 1 week prepared to do till kinds of dental workDr J C Bush Cannel ton Ind- Misses Nellie and McLonnell Cunningham left last Sunday for New York where they will attend college This is Miss Nellies fourth year Mr and Mrs James Allen of New York and Mrs Floyd Miller and Mrs Vessels of Curio Ill who have oeen visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen have returned home Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Hav ens Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At lengthhe tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testitiess Im on the road to complete recov ery Best on earth for Liver and Kid ney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only jOe Guaranteed by Short R Hanyes Druggists WEBER F A Brown is on the sick list Miss Lena Stuart is on tne Rick list Mm Fannie Gibbed Is improving at Brown left Saturday for Mao Davlfsa county Mrs Sarah B Crow of Whitesville is spending a few days here Chas Hale of Hawes ville spent Sunday with W G Smith- L N Voyles and wife attended church at West Point Saturday Claude Buck of Wnitesville spent Saturday night with L N Voyles Bennie Jackson and family spent Saturday night at Lyonja with friends Avrey Kyown and James Morrison of Lyonla were here shopping Satur dayJ L Brown of Owensboro spent Saturday night with James Anil and wifeDr Milner of Patesville was here Sunday to dress the hand of Henry Barker and wife spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Tim flattiled near Pateavllle Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold coldIn 5eand15bluoe 1f1stripesj I 1f1 IMens Idou by1Itj These Goods Side Bellybands Hamcstrings Babbage Son CHENAULT presentHammon HarrisRubben SURRIES AND BUGGIES FOR SALE The undersigned having closed a deal with the Bar nett Garriage Co of Cincinnati Ohio is now ready to offer you buggies and surries at prices as low asJthe lowest quality considered Poles or shafts or v both if wanted f Will also sell you the Banner buggy of St Louis if J preferredlSingle and double buggy harness for sale also Please call and price me before buying elsewhereth JHPAYN1STEPNENSPORTE a b r E u n tl OUR WORKSHOP A M M Is as well equipped for attending to the repairing of 81 Watches Clocks Spectacles EyeGlasses and Jewelry asJade any you will find in this country We are masters of our = profession and can examine and fit your eyes with the necessary glasses as well as it can be done in any of ithe citiesWe for sale a nice lino of the above mentioned articles and will be pleased to have you call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere Thanking you fortupast favors and asking a continuance of same we re CC main Yours respectfullySUIt LewisBe Ballco th JEWELERS AND OPTICIANSsHARDINSBURQ KYrefyatR calaHad a Delightful Trip The party of twentyfive tnat went from here to Wyan otte Cave near Leavenworth Ind last Monday afternoon returned Thursday night on the steamer Tarascon They arrived at Leavenworth Monday night and spent Tuesday in the cave They had left the John uptripknocked a hole in her huUat Buckles Landing Ind All were delighted a d1vJiv fay with the trip and a number who had seen Mammoth Cave were morenopleased with it and considered ItSiomore beautiful Those who went on the trip are siopartythecnear future r ArdT9xBeanBigutu j of I idtiefs twg- htxa cC 41 i JANi OLD ADAGE rto SAYS 1A light purse Is a heavy terse Sickness makes a light purse f The LIVER is the seat of aloe tenths of all dis- easeTuttst Pills go to the root of thewhole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition I Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute I WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1003 Bring your produce to OConnell t CoAllen Harley of Hawesville hast moved to this city Born To the wife of David Matting ly Sept 7a son Miss Mary Jarboe went to Hawes ville Friday to visit friends Mr and Mrs C E Lightfoot were in Sorgho last weeK visiting relatives Miss Elizabeth Babbage was the guest of relatives in Hardinsburg last weekMrs Mollie Hambleton of Hender sort is the guest of her niece Mrs 1Court Babbage Mr and Mrs Till Pauley and their guests Mr and Mrs Joe Opperman spent Saturday at Tar Springs Mr and Mrs E C Brice wi lIar rive in Spain September 10 They will return to the United States in Octo ber Mr and Mrs T V Weatherford of Mattingly were in town Friday and sold a lot of wool rolls to J C Nolte Bro Mrs F L Lightfoot and little daughter Jane returned Friday from a visit to the family of Jasper Reynolds at Fordsville J A Holt for whom the town of Holt Ky was named was at the Louisville Hotel last night Wednes days Louisville Herald Mr and Mrs George K May and children Frank and Eva and Miss Kate May of Cannelton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas May SundayCol Lafayette Green of Falls of Rough who has been spending several days at the Unit House will return 1home today Thursdays Courier Journal Will Rltchey was down from Clover port Tuesday He is a hustling Han cock boy who has a good job in the Henderson Route machine shops Hancock Clarion Mrs R V Board and children who have been visiting her sister Mrs V G Babbage and other relatives in the county left Wednesday fur their home at Arnui Texas Miss Hula Howard daughter of Dr Wm Howard of Maitingly who has been visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W B Noell of this city returned to Oakland City Saturday Miss Mary Tinlus and niece Miss Edith Jackson of Evansville lad who have been the guests of the formers brother Chas Tiuins of near this city returned home Saturday The following young people were the guests of the Misses Mason ot Cannelton Friday evening Misses Annie Edna and Irnnn Jarboe and Messrs Victor LaMont Lawrence Murray Horace Kichey Jas Younger and O T Skillman The party went down in Mr Skillmans gasoline launch 4 Consumption The only kind of consumption to fear is neglected consumptionPeople learning that con sumption is a curable disease It iis neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption let a bottle of l2eginregularl j The use of Scotts Emulsion ati gnce has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglected consumption does not exist where Scotts Emul 1 sion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checked Send for ret ample SCOTT II BOWNE Chemist 40941 Pearl Streetr New York SoC and fioo ill druirUti t r- r Fresh cheap groceries OConnellI CoA H Murray was on the sick lis last week Best 10 cent coffee In town OCon nell Co J W Pate went to Fordsville Wed nesday on business When you come in come out to Pres tons to eat and get fat BornTo the wife of Julian Brown Sept 6a daughter When you come up come down to Prestons for something to eat When you come down come to Pres tons with that hungry stomach Chas Elsom of New Albany wasI in the city last week on business Will Valentine colored died Mon day andwas buried here Tuesday- A brass band IS being organized here Further particulars next week Ken Board of Denver Col Is hereI visiting his mother MrsSallle Board Bert Beavin has finished paintin- th exterior of P D Planks residence Mrs W F Vernon of Louisville Is the guest of Misses Eva and Eliz MayMiss Mary Wirgman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Nell Gregory SundayWave Lewis of Cleveland Ohio is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Clint Lewis Many barbers are careless about cleanliness Mv shop is the home of cleanliness Judson Coombs Miss Stella Weatherholt has the po sition at J 0 Nolte Bros formerly held by Miss Annie Hambleton John Shouse arrived Saturday from the old Soldiers Home At Marion Ind to visit friends in the city The banks and postoffice were clos ed Monday and the men were oft at the shops as it was Labor Day Misses Irene and Mary Jarboe returned last week from a visit of sever al weeks to relatives at Charleston Mo Mr and Mrs Joe Opperman and Mrs Juke Mercer of Evansville were the guests of Mr and Mrs rill Pauley last week That box paper of ours is mad by the late patterns Everybody yet that has seen it thinks it all right J D Babbage Emmet Mattingly has E J Berrys position as lineman for the Cumber land Telephone Co during the latters absence at Franklin For 10 cents you can draw anything from a grubbing hoe to a threshing machine with fresh roasted peanuts on the side atPrestons- A team from hero played the Tell City nine on the latters grounds Sun day The Cloverport boys put up a good game but lost by a score of G to 3 At the regular council meeting Monday night it was decided not to pass on any important questions as two counoilmen and Mayor Reid were absentMrs Ella Gregory ant little daugh ter Dorthey came down from Bran denburg Saturday to be with Mrs Grant Gregory while she has charge of the advanced department of the city graded school Fine Granite Monument J E Keith Son are maKing a fine Scotch granite monument for Jas Wil1iamsnnd wife of near Vine Grove The granite was ordered direct from Aberdeen Scotland Louisville Horse Show Entries in the Fourth annual exhibi tion of the Louisville Horse Show ass sedation will close Thursday Nearly all the states and Canada will be rep resented Eight exhibitions will be held during the week of September 20 to October 8lnclusive The champion ships wlllbe shown on the first night They are for open entries and tne champions will oe barred from further competition in singles or in pairs Distillery at Ouston Gus W Richardson has purchased the brandy distillery of Geo D Rich ardson at Paynesville and will move it to Guston He is now buying apples and expectsto run it to its full capac ity Defeat the Hoosiers Webster Ky Sept 8tlpeclal The Webster baseball team crossed bats with the Valley City Ind tem at Paynesville last Saturday defeat fug the Hoosiers in a score of 18 to4 Hancock County The long lost barge of railroad steel was found last woes on a sand band bar in midrivor above town and has been taken from the river Gen Adair has about half an acre of celery which is almost large enoneh to use and is probably the finest crop ever produced in the county Haws yule Plaindealer Repairing Branch Engine Engine No 1 which runs on the branch was In the shops last week for repairs Engine No 15 took her place on the branch road t Labor Day Celebration Henderfon Ky September 7 1VU3 205tfor round trip Cloverport to Hender son and return will be made Date of sale Sept 7 limited to return Sept 8 Kentucky State PalrOweniboro For the State Fair at Owensboro rate nt 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Septemer lout to JO inclusive good returning September 28th TrlState Old Fashioned Fair IansvlIIe For the above occasion rate of 2 70 for the round trip Cloverport to Evansville and return will be made on September 14 to 10 inclusive good returning Sept 10 Labor Fair ft Street Fair Loulivllle Ky September 7I9 1903 IFor this occasion rate of 245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville 7ggood returning Sept 8 On Sept 12 rate of 320 for round returningaSept 18 On September 10 rate of 320 for round trip will be made good return ing Sept 20 Louisville Horse Shuw Loulivllle 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 3 good re turning Oct 1 and 5th respectively On Sept 28 and Oct 4 rate of 205 for round trip returning Oct 5th Round Trip Homeseekers Excursion Tickets for sale on First and Third Tuesday of each month up to Novem her inclnsivent greatly reduced rates Apply at ticket office for information Oneway Second Class Colonist tickets to the Southwest on sale on First and Third Tuesdays of each month up to and including September 15th at reduced rates Special Train between Loulivllle and Owens boro on Account Stole Fair Special train service to be instituted FriduyISept 22 24 and 25 leaving Louisville 7 a in arriving Chveiuboro 1080 a m stopping at West Point and Ir vington only Leave Owensboro 0 p m arriving Louisville 045 Stopping at all stations east of Cloverport Branch train will be held nt Irving ton for connection with this special train Colored Fair Owensboro October 13 1903 For this occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Oct 1 2- wnd 3 good returning Oct 0 TrlCounty Fair Henderson October 3 1903 For the above occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cl nerp rt to Henderson and return will be madenn Sept 20 tn Oct 8 inclusive good returning Oct G Badly in Need of Repairs The covered bridge over Tar creek on the road from this city to Tar Springs is badly in need of repairs and the matter should be attended to nt once Thelfonndations of the bridge are not at all safe and the bridge needs a new roof and repairs on the side There is a large amount of traveling over this road and some serious acci dent is liable to occur at the bridge if it is not repaired Bridge Commis sioner H C Jolly has examined the bridge and learned its bad conditions Many persons who feel tired ner vous and all worn ont not exactly sick yet far from well seek the aid of a physician when what they really need is a simple tonio some thing to brace them np People thus ailing should try Wale thers Peptonized Port Sold at A R Fishers It combines the richest old port wine with the very best of pep sin It creates a natural appetite tones np the stomach cures dyspepsia and indigestion Many physicians prescribe Walthers Peptonized Port when their patients need H dependable tonic Small size 60 cents large size 100 City School Open The Cloverport public school opened Monday morning with Leonard Oelze principal Mrs Ella Gregory first as sistant Edmund Wroe second assist ant and Miss Mary Jarboe third as sistant Attendance 107 The colored public school had an at tendance of 08 Geo Adams principal Miss Aril via Matthews assistant Miss Annie Raitt opened her private school at her home Monday morning Dead at NinetyThree Webster Ky Sept 8Special Mrs Pious Yates a highly respected old lady died Sept 2 of the Infirmi ties of old ago at the home of her son John Yates in Nortons Valley Mrs Yates sustained an injury early in the summer that seemed to hasten her demise At tne time of her death she was about 03 years of age t 1 t i Wants II + iHALESMEN WANTED ALBUMEN WANTEDTO iIok nttcr our Intiwht In IlrroktMirldse anti adjweiit AddressLincolnFUn SALE FOR SALEtoo bushels pood old white ram to Mrs L T Kobrrta Huberts Hot turn or mail at Sttphonsport Ky FOR SALE YOKE OXEN FOR SALEOn yoke tettlo S years olJ size und In pood shape rrlce floo 011I Priest OurtteM Ky I FOKSALEIIALEt HAY For SKit flrstrhIS4 timothy hay Lined T llardln Molt IyIWANTEDWOMEN togwmntoesport Ky Full SALBSEWINO MACHINE For SKIt Sreond tlsowing Ratline III tool running order ii0 puts It hurry JlAlIlIAliEClovurprt lon SALE 3o head Shorthorn nod lolle l Durliain cows and liulfors To reduce my herd will soil any of above cattle very low They are nil first class unlmiils 1 also Imve for hullsILOrlullFoTl IyIPRINTING Tresses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry miichlnes UasollneEnIIIStrlttLoulSIIIMONEY TO LOAN LIorlouucdonutlowrutes atlawI Berkshire and B P Rocks FOR SALE Marred1I9mouth EJltsInJOHN I FOSTER No Creek Ohio Co Kv WANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOW L D AD DISON ADDISON KY ELECTION NOTICE Hrcckvurldno County Couit Kefttiliir Term 57th Day of October 1003 JAditisson and others on Petition It apparing to the satisfaction of the court that the petition of T J Adkis son and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of Breckenridge County court and tiled in this court on the 27th day of July 100JJ requesting that nn election be hold in the town of Ir vington winch is in the 3rd magisterial district in Breckenridge County Ky on the 10th tiny of September ioo8 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town or city who are qualified to vote at an election for offices upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vineuoiu or wait liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this hew laid prohibition shall apply to druggists in said town was signed by more than twenty live per cent of the legal voters of said town cast at the last preceding general election held jin said town It is now ordered by the petitionbeheld on the s id JJOth daysof Septem ber lOOii in the said town of Irving ton to take the sense ot the legal vo ters of the said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county ofllcera upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinuons or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and also whether or andIdruggistsinorderel1Itv open a poll in wild town on the 30th day of September 100J for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an election for Pl011OSIUOIlIwhether malt liquors shall DO sold bartered or loaned in said town and whether or proshlbilionsaid town and said sheriff is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and bytheenridge county to serve tt the Nov ember election 1002 shall act as officers of said election and the sheriff shall so notify them and this cause ts continued A copy attest VF Hook Clerk BCC Therefore I Frank P Payne sheriff of Breokenridge county Kentucky do hereby give notice that a poll will be opened In the town of Irvington on the aoth day of September 1003 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said city who are qualified to vote At an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinuous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall aoplr to PanyeStiCSBCIrvlngton Ky Wednesday Septem ber 0 1003 Accidents at Weber Weber Ky Sept 8SpeolaJ Henry Harris while playing with an old revolver Sunday eveningaccident ally shot himself in the left hand Wave Basham was badly burned in the face by powder Thursday evening when a shot gun bnrsted He was found lying in the woods near here and was not able to see his way out FOLEnIlONEYANDTAR attrlrathee baa Hal Itmrfa NOWREADYOUR I H I For Your Inspection f TAKE A PEEP Its worth while11re hun just n a now lot of liens Douglas Shoo Patent Yiri Box Calf and Valours Globo Shoes for Ladies und Misses School Shoes for Bays and Girls Funts for Men and Boys Walking Skirts for Ladle 1 Dont Forget the Sorosis Underskirt Then we have a good line of Staple and Fancy Go- odsJCNOLTEBRO MASONIC TElIPL- ECLOVERPORT KY r 1VIJr V r V r 1 Bank of Hardinsburg i t OFFICERS t 5 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M II BEAUH Cashier i 4j Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson M Insured against loss by fire or burglary J Interest paid on time deposits N t O NN u V V Wow NOTICE TO THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY If you want to luiy the Purest Bone steal that is liipiisod in the tate or a Imile Meal that runs high in nitrogen and ammonia I will guarantee tlu e brand Sernlid to none The Desiccated Bone made by the flichi gan Carbon Works to be the purest bone licensed in the state and the Kaufman Pure Bone Heal to have as much nitrogen I as any licensed in the state II 2700 Per Ton postal to Ammons Ivy tool I will meet you there W H A Mft mnAmericans Cup Is Safe New York Sept 1After many postponements and delays Reliance made it three straight today bv defeat ing the Shamrock III in the third and final race for the Americas cup No one will ever know how tar the Fife boat was beaten as she got lost in the fog and did not finish but it Is safe to say she was something like twenty minutes behind the Reliance or in other words the worst HcKed challenger since the Galatea While yachtsmen rejoiced at the success of the Reliance everyone felt sorry that Sir Thomas after expending some thing like 2000000 in his three at tempts to lift the cup had not got a better run for his money and it is al most certain he will never challenge again The Renewal Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands the hardest kind of work has begun the renewal of which is a mental and a physical strain to all except the most rugged The little girl that a few days ago had roses in her cheeks and the little boy whose lips were then so red you would have insisted that they had been kissed by straw berries have already lost something of the appearance of healtn Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious trouble and we know of no others so highly to be recom mended as Hoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens the nerves perfects diges tion and assimilation and aids men tal developement by building up the whole system IensI IandDUTSCHKE Jatl II ltitD tlltNflN1l 0 I First il ClassMeats I MeatsFor Picnics We are prepared to fur nish moats for such occasions We make a feature of this business during tho season and can supply every kindof meat needed do it quick do it right and do it cheap No mutter how largo or small the party may be wo can furnish tho meat to perfect ion Just let us know by phone or lett- erFred MayC- ity Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY Will Attend State College Webster Ky Sept 8Speoial Mike Lyddan and Peyton Claycrmb left Monday for Lexington wnere thev go to enter the State College forth ensuing year s Ih y i 1 1Ifiliit i 4 tit The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 0 100 1j j 150 TONS IN THREE WEEKStI i Messrs Phelps Have Taken Big Qnantities of Mussel Shells From Bed of Ohio t THE IINDUSTRY ISJ GROWING J The mussel shell industry at this t point is a little dull at present but 11- 1J I expected to improve when the fall JI rains begin and the river rises At the present stage of water the gathering t of mussel shells is wade difficult to some extent as the mussels sink in the bottom of the river When the river is nt a twentyfive or thirty foot stage t bettor cat nescan be made with the crowfoot drags used by the fishermen Gy1V B Phelps and non D B Phelps the Illinois buyers have eighteen boats equipped with the necessary r rfishing taokle which tbev operate at I this point between Morton sn wmlll- n nd the lower bend of thA Ohio When all the conditions are favorable they run all their boats but only eight or ten when the fishing season is Inot at its best When all their boats ire run ning they employ twentyfive men eighteen to manage the boats and seven Jat the ooocking vats and separ sting tables The best mussel shells for making pearl buttons are known as nigger heads All those that are blue inside or are not of the proper size and form It have to be culled at the separating tables W B Plilps has been in the business at this point since Instwin ter and his son hits been here since August 10 Previous to August 10 Mr Phelps shipped several carloads and barge loads of shells to the button t factories He has been selling princi pally to the button factory at Muscn tine Iowa- Between August 10 and September 3 Messrs Phelps took from the bed of the river boiled and culled about 1RO toni f mussel shells the value of I whiol will run into hundreds of lars he shells are piled in big olII on the ricer bank near tile old lll jntt IwJiW town and nt a distance the piles ot shells have the appearance big heal + tf crushed limestone jfII The al will idea ofva give an tbeI size ot till industry at this jtoint As tIle inariets are drawing near and tbe snpplv eetiun inexliaufetHle the oocnpntion will in nil prohnnility re- ceivel mere attention next year be op- eratedl on a larger scale and give em ployment to uany more people Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force is iemlytoserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains uouriKhes Invigorates Only Eight Months Term The Hawesville public school opened Monday tor an eight months tern Prof Thomas H Smith the principal coulee to Hawesville highly recom mended land a successful term is dieted preII ttThe Deadly Trail I r rotdisease u often the trail marked lyI womans A recenta gown tion showed a horde of inestigdII ing those of influenza a dozen other varieties gathered in trail of a womans dress theIThe microbe is everywhere but prey are tha weak and feeble people whose blood is poor and digestion weak Dr Pierce s i Golden Medical Ditcov ery cures diseases of stomach and other theI of digestion and aud purifies the bloodnII It strengthens the laxly by increased nutrition to resist or throw off dis ease Plraw accept my tlianL for the i o w Dr Pierce1 Golden ryhI writes IeyufClevelaadCuy Mn N Che IInow o onto I was trimtmiiI Ifor over a year with whet the doctor pro pounced indigestion I had nervous headaches an unpleasant taste in my mouth In the morning and my blood win very poor I tried different nieiliciiie but to no avail My parent insisted on my taking Dr Pierce Golden Medical Diicovery I did so am now on the fourth iMitllc and feel stronger than I have for ten years I cannot speak too highly in in favor Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets are easy and pleasant to take A most effective laxa Theydo L get the nm s fi bitl Gov Beckham 3Continued from page 3 this much notice out ns n piatrra to e the republican organ of the state and seems to speak for that ticket I take this occasion to call attention to Its In famous policies and methods Now let us see what the records show for Cacti and flgurou arc aulllclent to overcome falsehoods I have been In oRlco a llttlo over thres years and seven months which Is about five months less than a full term I have therefore served al most as long as each one of my two executive journals ehouMtlnenlnThe cases before ami after trial altogether Gov Drown Is sued 473 pardons Qov llradley 48 and Gov Beckham tS The books of the wardens of the two prisons show that there have been released from those prisons the following number of convicts LJy Oov Brown 381 by Gov Bradley 39 by Gov Beckham 1SS In cases of mur der where the prisoner was serving a life wtnenc In the prison Gov Brown pardoned 46 Gov Bradley sib Gov Beelt ham 11 Gov Drown also ardoned six other life convicts two of them for rape and four serving a life sentence for a third conviction Gov Urmn y und 1Is- sued no pardons In such Instances Tay lor In his brief service Issued pardons In 14 felony cases Including those whom he thought to be suspected of murdering Gov Goebel If I should servo out the next term of four years In addition to what I have served In this term I will have been In olllco eight years lacking nearly two months and If 1 keep up the same rate of pardons that I have hereto fore followed I will not have pardoned In all that time of nearly eight years as many cases ns each one of these two predecessors did In his four years term 1 have gone Into these statistics not to criticise these two gentlemen both of them men of experience and distinguish 1adhave not abused this groat power and rexponxlbllliy which has been mared in my hands I desire a full publication of the records In these matters which will verify the llgures I have used These figures clearly show that I have not been In the least reckless In the use of the pardoning power and show to some extent how unjust have been the attacks me about It In the Raleigh case about which so much has been said and about which there has been so much falsehood the circuit judge prosecuting attorneys the father of the girl who was killed and a large number of ofll dais and good citizens strongly recom mended the pardon My enemies have gone t o far as to wilfully fabricate a story In order to reflect upon me that Raleigh fired upon this girl while she was n elng from him after he had improperly accosted her There never was a shadow of truth in this story mirt a baser falsehood was never uttered The father ot the girl would never have ask ed for the pardon If such had been true The late J B Marcum wrote a strong letter In the case asking for the pardon and stated that he did not believe that Raleigh bud fired the shot which killed the girl Ills statement certainly relieves the case nf any political nnorlne I merely cite this as an Illustration of the miserable character of the l1ht on me Like all governors In some few cases I may have been Imposed upon and made mistakes but I have never lay surd a pardon or where I did not conscientiously believe It to be right and just to do so The pardoning power should be most carefully used and I have tried the best I could to so use It but a governor must have a heart of stone to resist all the pathetic appeals from mothers wives and chil dren for the release of a son a husband responsibltity orator of Kentucky must undergo In moat of the cases where I have Imjuert pardons circuit judges prosecuting attorneys Juries other prominent oniilm pardonsMythe Inspection of every antIand thete hat hardly been a day few months that soma repreKnin ve of in enemle has not been in the ofllce where every opportunity hMM been Hit ud inn for examination and they have been un able to make any capital out of It ex cept by misrepresentation and falnlflcn republicanshave capitallit county and with their usual blunder Ing characterizations they have attempt campxlgnIupon any other Iissue that may suit them They can have their choice upon any one or upon all and we shall cheerfully meet them upon any subject they may chuowt The only question upon which we must draw the line and refuse to meet thnin is upon the momentous problem of Ser theyhavereally afraid to discuss with them the awful condition of affairs III that be nighted country on the other side of the globe We sincerely hope that they will carry Servlu In this election OH n com pensation for their losses In Kentucky and we are willing to go so fur as to give them a letter of recommendation to the Servians HS a suitable crowd to run that government and keep things Inler eating by their superb marksmanship and their ability to change dynasties at the crack of a rifle We would even use our Influence with the people over there to mince them to Invest some of our republican leaders with the noble Nut fix filch Think of It In a country where proud sovereigns usually trace their royal lineage buck to some ances tral shotgun or dagger what u magnifi cent ruler would be a Taylorvltch or a Ilelknapvltch Hut we must give up this foreign territory to them and ask them to take up with us the Breathltt county situation about which we feel better able to meet thorn That thbre has been trouble In that county nobody denies that there have been gross exaggerations and misrepresentations about the condi everybody oIllclnlH In the state have done every thing in their power to put an end to these troubles no one now uiMp ih it i snot the lint time we have had these feudal troubles Within the life of the present generation there have been just as serious feudal troubles even more so In other ccuntles of the state as this trouble in Brailhltt The troubles In ferry In Clay and In other counties where state troops had to be sent were even more desperate than this The rea son there has been so much said about tubs one Is because there Is a state cum paign on and the republican party politi I hOlleles9I upon which It can go before the people Tills trouble has been purely local and not half so serious as the feudal out adI gotten about that simply because oxIgenry hashllIltuttIfort to make something out of that sit parI wasIreport over the state that I had pardon ed Curtis Jett eight times when as u onrelongfor part of a jail sentence on a misde meanor charge and J B Marcum was the chief petitioner for the pardon Such contemptible rnlsstatemenu would deserve no notice the tact thatthey leave been circulated broadcast over the state and many jieoplo have never seen any correction of them A short IIltuatlon crisis last May when Mr Moriurn was courthouse andIclad power to have the aseluafit or asses sins brought to trial The democratic officials both state and district went vigorously to work to Investigate the trouble and to punish the guilty parties A prompt trial was had In Bretithltt county and a hung jury resulted Eleven of the jury were In favor of hanging Jett but the republican member Insstedupon hanging the jury The CIIHHH were transferred to Harrison county where a trial was recently held and the jury con victed both Jett and White and gave here a life sentence In the penitentiary All of this happened these two trial and the conviction In three months from the time of the assassination and yet ii has been over three and a half yearn since Wlllllam Oictal was murdered and only one man of all those who conspired to assassinate him has received his pun ishment If the republicans Had shown the same desire to punish his assassinI that the democrats did to punish Mar cums assassins then both crimes wouldI now be avenged The troubles In Breath ltt seem now to be at nn end and I be oytbreninthat I could to relieve the situation there and to see thnt the law should be I Impartially enforced It was a difficulty that could not bo settled In day but It Is a matter of fact that n other feudal trouble In Kentucky wn ever suppressed and ended In so shor- a time State troops have been used there and their service has done touch good In restoring peace and establishing a thorough respect for the law It has been hard to withdraw them or reduce their numbers because the good people there have been so Impressed with their valuable services In preserving tho IMJOCO that they have been much opposed to the soldiers leaving But the torso 1 Is now reduced to about 28 men and In a short while they can be takes away- I have been extremely cure ful about calling the military power onlydotetheyhavewhich they wero called and no casualty hlt eItr resulted from the service oxc pt the killing of one cowl I hay always acted In such matters under the constitutional provision that the mil itary power shall always bo In slrctsubordination to the civil authorities Now that the republican platform has raised the Issue of pardons and the Breathltt county affair I demand that my opponent Mr Belknap face that Issue as I do I have always been rank and honest with the people of Kentucky In every way and 1 have never mad them a promise that I did not fulfill I want them to understand my position about these natters fully and I have no desire to conceal that position whatever I do not believe In prejudging a case that may come before me oftlclally but I- hate carefully followed Irv v i and closely watched the proceedings In the case of the two men Jett and White at ynthluna 1 feel that I am fully acv quainted with the fusels and I bollove as did that jury that they were guilty of the assassination of Marrum and I can soy to tho people that I will never par thouJhIarumsection Will Mr Belknap be as rank about what he would do In the case of those who murdered Goebel No gilt tering generalities about seeing the guilty punished will do He must be ape rife and direct as I am He knows or ought to know the truth about that assassination public that crime Is familiar to all It was the most fiendish and cruel murder iIn the history of Kentucky It was the rev the conspiracyTheman who had been honestly elected anIllrottItlun whom Mr Helknups convention cheered and Indorsed No man lies ever yet been hnnge1 for that Infamous crime Only one IIIIB ever donned the stripes for his Pert In It Many of the guilty are now known nit of them may never be known I would not prejudge this case either KentuckyIsUelknap tin outraged people of Ken tucky alll him tho shade of the mur tiered Ooebel asks him do you Intend If eKcted governor to pardon Howard Powers or others Implicated In that coti uplrmy Would you If so fortunate as to win thU rare ever try by requisition an I Intend to do again to bring back Taylor and Ilnley the elftonfei scd ns Kentuckyjury1 believe my state to be the best In the union antI her people to be the noblest end greatest on earth I am proud of Kentucky and I shall always resent any reflection upon her honor You a pro to he governor of this great oplmmiefltfortake a poiltlon along with Got Durbin of Indiana seal soy that these men can not pet a fair trial In Kentucky and that our court and Juries are a farce This too the state over which you are so nmliltlou to preside aa chief execu tive Let him answer these questions before the people ISnt above all the greatest service anti kindness rendered me or anybody else by tilt late republican convention was Its net ion In gloving special prominence tom part In the collection of claims airalnot the government I was afraid they might purposely overlook It and try to keep It out of this catnpiilgn nut with their customary foolishness and blindlyIonl1the people to my action In the matter If there had not been so many mean fling said about me In that convention I would really believe that Its whole and sole purpose was to make my election nlmolitely sure After my election I In Irnd to forgive them for the unkind things they wild about mo In grateful recognition nf the valuable assistance tmphllltlzlnllIhnlleularly anxious for the people to under stand I am a firm believer In the Intelligence and honesty of the great common peo publiIIfI other and lint Is I have never fallen Into the error of most politicians In not asmuchespouse a entice until I am thoroughly envlnced tint It Iis right and I know that the people will always take the right side of It as soon on they under stand It I have collected through Capt Cal houn the agent whom I selected for the nKlelttdll1lmlland I make the assertion which I can nr iv that collected thisJentuckhhasmoney at les other state In the union has collected similar claims Some of this was collected In the was nf nrmx and equipments About 121000 wait collected for some extra pay due SpanlshImeeicanIn the state who had any Idea that the money was due him The last administration either made no effort or failed to collect It Capt Cal ptrMl8lentnat one singe of the effort hy his skill and filillly ho succeeded In having the amount raised from JCTOOO to 121000 I had no authority under the law to use the states money for the collection and disbursement of this claim and I allowed him under contract fifteen per cert for hits services and no other state has collected such a claim at less cost The soldier boys never objected to It for it wits like finding money to them The largest amount collected by Cal houn were the civil war claims amount ing to t132399a35 This had been due the stnte for a number of years hut slnco IKTO no serious attempt had been mode to collect It though the last administration had notice of It I pnld for UK collection Ill end threeeighths per cent and thAt IIs without exception the most cheaply eollicteil claim of the kind ever made by any state T Rive a lIt of such claims collected hy nine states Kentucky Is he only democratic state In the list and thelowetMere is tho list Amount Per Ct Amnt State CollectedAlwdAlwd Kentucky JI3St9TO35 5H 7119993 7191055Connecticut 240000VermontIndiana fi3SS5520 10 ri5S592 Pennsylvania 6WHfi29 10 as91451 Rhode Island 1IW307BO 25 38976 KI New Hnmpshlre 28130080 15 4219512 Suit was brought ngftlnst tho state to reaqvcr on this contractt M yetbetmbeen allowed by the auditor for the war department for a few dollars more than the amount above stated This comparison shows how unjust hM ale t have no apology whatever to make fort It I am proud of It and I would do the same thing again If the occasion should arise Out of this money we have paid ore our state debt and still have a balance loft from It of J2I7 B84 I have fapt Calhoun In Washington now trying fo collect moro money for the state and for our soldiers No man ever deserved plendid cltlznn of Kentucky begrudges him ono ent of his fevesI want this whole mat ter fully discussed before the people and understood by them Tho statement mode by some Irresponsible persons that I had originally employed him for a tee not to Bothappliedtmade up of a large number of separata claims The general assembly with scarcely any opposition passed a bill which In effect ratified the contract The republicans have been talking a great deal about giving us a business administration We hope they do not mean the same kind of business that their last candidate for gave us Wo have had quite enoughof that and the people of Kentucky after their sad experience with the disastrous policies nnd military methods of the republican party during Its rule In the state are Inclined to be very skeptical about this business adminis ration U looks too much like the Tro jan horse and we fear that If this noble capitolitlors Finleys Powers Howard and sim ilar characters My distinguished opponent not only In his speech accepting the nomination promised In the event of his election to undertake the miraculous task of restoring natures nobility to Kentucky lint he has also In nil of his utterances talked about having a business admin istration and told about his great success is a business man He and his party charge that I am not a business man anti that this has not been a business ad myfrllndherited nor nccumulated a vast fortune Since I entered the public service at the use of nineteen as a teacher In the com mon schools down to this good hour J have been a poor man and a failure In the art of accumulating money for my poorIInltnlallyteen years no and I must confess that In this respect my opponent IIs far more beingbOAstfulamt justly lay claim to the fact that my services to the commonwealth have been from n business standpoint equally as oiicessful ns his services have been for himself When I came Into this ofllce at n time of great civil discord with law lessness rind crime rampant with the state capital In the hands of an armed mohond with the whole structure of our state government upon the verge of revolution nnd nnnrchy I found the fiscal af fairs of the commonwealth In a disordered condition nnd a debt upon the state of SIOWOOO As I have shown before the democratic administration by Its dill gence and businesslike methods has placed tho stale In the best financial con dltlcn It ever enjoyed before and has paid1 off before It was duenlmost the en tire debt I believe It Is safe to say that In no similar period In our history has morn capltnl been Invested In Kentucky than has been durlni this administration because It has been assured of the rigid enforcement of the laws Kentucky has never been In a better condition than now for commercial and Industrial de velopment Some Idea can be given In this line by nn examination of the rec ords In the corporation department of the secretary of states office It Is a cri terion or a pulse which Indicates to a large extent the business activity In tho state Let us make a comparison from the records and see what they show Dur log the four years of the republican ad ministration there were organized under the laws of the state Sao corporations with an aggregate capital of 366 B730 and the organization tnx paid thereon Into the state treasury was t36Cfi39l Dur ing tho first three years and six months of this administration there were organ ized 17D2 corporations with a capital ot 99507rc and the organization tax on It which went Into the state treasury niOU003 Till current six months of term will largely Increase this showing jj Tim difference will be more than 3 to 1 I In our favor and It Indicates that the business Interests have great confidence In a democratic administration Kven the firm ot W B Bolknop Co of which my opponent Is a member has adminfstrntlon I reincorporate last spring and Increased their capital stock from 1000000 to 3 500000 Surely ho ought to be satisfied with the condition of affairs under dem ocratic rule when ne enjoys such pros perlt as that I do not know what changes In business methods he would In augurate In the state government but I am quite sure that some such methods practiced by his firm would not be tol erated by the people In the conduct of their affairs I respect Mr Uelknnp as a man and gentleman but as he nnd hH party have seen tit to measure him ns a business man against me and are seeking to disparage me and his newspaper are dully reeking with foul slanders against me he too must stand under close Inspection an to his merits In that I may not have been such a success as he line so far as my personal Interests are concerned but I at least have enough business sagacity to know the difference between a fourhorse wagon and a shot gun and I have never been Indicted by a federal court and compelled to pay a fine upon a plea of guilty for not draw tag the proper distinction between those two valuable articles of Interstate corn merce Slnco I have been governor every official and employe In the state govern ment has received from me the most courteous and considerate treatment I am a democrat in practice as well as In principle and the door of my office has been opened as cordially to the humblest citizen In the commonwealth as to the proudest The laboring man whether Cram the field the factory or the mint with natures honest sweat upon his brow has always been as welcome In my presence as the head of any powerful corporation Such have been my policy and business methods In the past and such they will be in the future should the good people of Kentucky again elect me to this high office I have tried to tho best of my ability to perform my duties honorably and to treat all classes and all parties even our republican friends with equal and exact justice and impartialityIn my fellowcitizens I am glad to give hope to you of a brilliant victory at tho polls In November I ask of the democratic people of Kentucky that they be not satisfied with a small majority but that they shall roll up such a tremendous vote It will remove for a lonrr time to come all danger of repub loan supromacy take Kentucky absolutely out of the doubtful column and send good cheer to the hearts of the national democracy Let the victory be com plete and permanent and let us send out the promise with reason and con fldnnco to the democrats throughout the country that next year when our presl Identlol ticket Is nominated Kentucky Is certainty for It by a good oldfashioned majority It can be done It will be done If our people will only realize the bril liant opportunity before them and will do their full duty In this election The democratic party In KentuctttIs moro united and It ban been In ton years Most of those who left us In 1SD6 and l8IJ have returned to the fold and we should greet them with heartiness and cordiality Let the past be forgotten and let us stand together henceforth shoulder to shoulder as demo crats with our hearts full of devotion for the welfare of our state and nation Lift up on high tho banner of democracy pure end undefiled and with your arms bared for work In a righteous cause your eyes fixed upon the bright star of hope uponthethe capitol of your country The worlds record for fast typewriting lIs now held by Miss Prettyof the Unit ed States patent 20400 words In six hours with less than ono error to tne pageIemployedtn via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town Tbe Cotton Dolt runs solid through trains to Texas equipped with the most modern and comfortable can These trains make quiet use and direct connection for all taint of tbe Great Southwest our U l daomeIllnslratedtsbooklets Rome writeeoSouthwessttpand Through Texas With a Camera L O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo OtDNN NlN JNNlNNIIINYNNflN N RAILROADSand Intermediate points and returnSI Houston Tex Ilraumont Tex Lake lades La and Intermediate points 18 lroportlonale rates from other points Sept l s and October 20 190 J a Line running through Conducted Ex IIIIOnly CALIFORNIA Sleepers ARIZONA Louisville NEW and BEST LINE TO SPRINGS I For Folders and Descriptive Mutter of the Springs address the and through tickets ARKII F HARLOW D P A tieIi IF ASkiEUinformation regarding wonderful possibilities of country just being opened u- pBEAUTIFUL INDIAN TERRITORY Onr booklet giving information concerning Indian allotments settlements Whites coal mineral lands agricultural manufacturing opportunities forwarded on request ONE FARE PLUS 200 FOR THE ROUOD TRIP 1st 3rd Tuesdays each Month H G A Bacon A hue Cincinnati 0 n t 1 WonderousRegion The South Platte Valley along Union Pacific offers to homeseckers unsurpassed opportunities It possesses a perfect have in a years an irrigation system capable of supplying water to every foot of its arable land climate is an ideal one crops always being saved entire NO OTHER COUNTRY ltCIIi is better fitted prod ing such yield of three crops that Jive largest yearly profits po tatoes alfalafa and sugar beetsWrite for of booklet Valley or further Informa tion toW II CONNOR G 53 E Fourth st CINCINNATI I Indlctlments Returned grand jury at Owensboro refused last to Indict anyone in connection the burning of the Owensboro Pants Manufacturing plant FOLETSHONETHCAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia Move to Franklin David Brodskyof Lewisportwill remove to Franklin Ky where he engage in business Mr Brodsky was formerly in the mercantile business at Hawesvillewnere he enjoyed the larity of his fellow citizens For a bilious attack Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain by Short Haynes Special Low One Way and trip In s to the Southwest on First and Tuesdays In each HOT and Lands In South apply to W the tho new new full by and and in Geo Lee P G D G P Rock Ark the soil and few the for per acre the the COPT South Platte AI OHIO No The week with Cos Will will popu take For sale Round Rates effect Third month For and J I NIIIfrom LOUISVillE To TEXASARK- ANSAS OKLAHOMA and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURN VIA TilE POPUL- ARHenderson Route DATES OF SALE iSeptember 15 1903 October 20 1903 UETURN LIMIT 21 DAYSY td f ASK US FOR INfORMATIONII E M WOMACK City Passr ARI Traveling PassrAgt- L J IRWIN flen Passenger Agent Louisville Ky NNN NSNta Will Work Out ills Bill James Casey of this city was tried by it jury in Justice Rodmans court at Owensboro lost week on the charge of beating his board boll and sentenced to thirty days in the county jail The bill was for IjJ tUO and was owed to Mrs Ida Ware of Owensboro Stomach TroubleO I I have been trouoled with my stomach saysDfor the Greenfield Mass A few days ago I ChluJberlamsI have taken part of them and feel n great deal better If you hare any trouble with your stomach try a a box of these Tablets You are cer tats to be pleased with the results Price 25 cents For sale by Short Haynes I r- sr b 1 + COL BELKNAP1 And Judge W M Beckner Greet ed by Over 9000 people J katBarbourville Both Talk Along Commercial Lines And are Cheered by The Big Crowds Col Belknap Outlines His Policy Along Lines of Supply And Demand Barbourville Ky Sept aAnimmense crowd numbering over 0000 people was present here today to wel come Col Morris B Belknap and Judge W M Beckner Republican nominees respectively for Governor and Attornev General Col Belknap appeared on the streets early this morning and whereever he went he was quickly surrounded by a crowd eager to meet him In company with William Carson BlaoK son of John Black Col Belknap visited all the business men in town and became acquainted with those from the coun try Throngs at Fair Grounds At 10 30 oclock the Belknap party r went to the fair grounds where the great throng of people had gathered to hear Col Belknap speak When the party entered the grounds the people crowded into the amphitheater until I it was packed to overflowing Several thousand stood in the hot sun during the speaking Mr Black made a short speech He spoke in hign terms of Col Bolknap and Judge Beckner He was cheered frequently by the enthu siastic crowd Col Belknap began speaking at 11 oclock When he stepped out before the crowd cheers went up all over the groundsWe want to see and hear our next Governor people shouted every where Col Uclknip Sreech Col Belknap was repeatedly cheered He spoke as follows It is u great pleasure to find myself once more facing the people of the Kentucky mountains My cordial re caption at London last week made me more than anxious to return among those I had the pleasure of meeting thereas well as to make the acquaint unce of others I feel that I have been a Kentuckian long enough and inter bested in Kentucky affairs to a suffic hint extent to be home fOlks with iou all We recognize that tho bond which draws us togeher this time is one of mutual interest It is not one that requires explanation by any tub tie sophistry of language or any te dious exposition of abstrnso principles I am not in the position of an office seeker for I already have a job and 1 it is not a small one I am simply ambitions as I think any true Kentuckian may be to gain such honor as may come from serving my State along the honet commercial lines of supply and demand- I claim there is a demand for an administration of our public affairs as a man would manage nis private business I am familiar wIth the requirements of such a business and am not afraid of the responsibility and the work that it entails We all possess a sentimental attach ment for this good old State of ours We feel that the best sort of govern ment is none too good for her and the effort now is a plain and simple one tnat is to put her in the hands I of those who will cherish and honor her with the same lofty spirit that a man shows to the woman to whom he is devotedBut say commercially considered things have not been bad in Ken tacky for the past few years Thanks to the management of our national affairs that is true But we have after all received onlv a small proportion of what I contend is due us Where we have got our thousands our neighbors have reaped their tens of thous ands with natural advantages no greater than ours In studying the canseit is accountable upon very sim- I ple grounds namely the failure to get the profits on the higher grades of I mercbandiise manufactured from pro ducts that we ourselves furnish whose convention takes place in other States under more favorable conditions Lot me give you a succinct example In everycar load of coal we ship out of this section there are two general profits an actual and a potential one The actual one is that paid to us by the purchaser of the coal The poten tial one is the profit which the pur chaser will reap upon converting that opal into steam The chances are he Is not buying it to make a bonfire He puts it under a steam boiler and the result is possibly a washing machine a rat trap an electric motor or one of many articles of finished mert han dice The profit in making these arti cles if the manufacturer understands his business is far greater than the profit the miner gets on his coal This larger profit Kentucky does not got Thousands Where Others Get Ten Fold Let me use another example A tree is standing on our hills It is worth some money Cut it downit is worth the original amount plus the cost of felling it Transport it to the saw mill and cut it into lumber two more profits added to it It is now a plank and has an actual urotit composed of tour minor profits but it also possesses as in the case of the car lot of coal a potential profit greater thnu all of these four That is the possibility of being converted into furniture undergoing a transformation that will make it totally unrecogmzaole to us and yet sold back to UB at many times the price at which we sold it to the manufacturer who converted it Ken tncuy does not get this profit and it is this loss that makes true the statement made at the beginning of the argu ment that we get but thousands where others get their tens of thousands WhY We Oct the Cheee Parings Now why do we get the only cheese parings Because the big profit is gathered in by u class of men who constitute what is kLOwn as man ufacturing talent Tnese men have peculiar characteristics of their own Tney are not lawyers they are not politicians and as n rule they con sider that the less they have to do with either of these classes of men the better off they are Their aim in life is to establish a home where they can live happily with their wives and raise their families They are studious men and carefully consider the con ditions where they can live to the best advantage They naturally want to nave advantages for their wives and children in the shape of the best intellectual opportunities especially common schools and personal safety An honest expenditure of public funds and honest count of tneir ballots weigh heavily in deciding with them where to locate These people are possessed of means which they invest in permanent form in the shape of factories and homes and in making these investments they carefully consider the probability of their efforts to build up their sur roundings increasing the vales of their Investments Where they nay it home for 2000 they hope in the course of ten years to find it in the midst of a flourishing town so that they can realize 1000 for it We know very well that these con ditions do not exist in Kentucky to day We know very well that they must exist before we can hope to he the cmmonwuujth which our natural advantages entitle us to be Pointing the Way The problem then is How can these conditions be brought about Perhaps you will say that now comes the time for the candidate to assert himself and say By turning out the men that are at present in office and putting us in That would be following the old political routea roadway that has been cut into deep ruts by the political traffic of the past In many cases it has proved most effective As to whether it will this fall or not I leave it with your good judgment But I would rather ascribe the change to a recognition of our own individual Interest It is no longer a case of what are you going to do about it but what are we going to do about Itt Not what will my neighbor do but what must I dot Not what the candidate at the head or at the bottom of the ticket will do but how will we make the candidate serve the good of the State after we have given him the office A member of our family is taken desperately ill and we hurry to the drug store Perhaps the road is nn tcnown to us We come to a point where tho road forks Shall we take the right or the Wong one Tne decis ion means life or death perhaps A man is standing there who can tell ns Would we stop to inquire his name asK him whether he can make a speech or not and whether when he is at home he always goes In and tells the cook good morning or not Or would we simply ask him to point out the way and with a nod of thanks proceed as he directs Why not use the same common sense in our gov ernment All we require is the direc ting hand to the place where we may procure the necessary rest1rtl ves These we ourselves must apply to the patient Filth In Kentucky I have as you know great faith in the State of Kentucky I realize that by an unfortunate series of events she has gotten herself on tic list to be I knocked and I want to see that classification changed I have met dnriiig my brief cam palgn a sufficient number of the strong conservative element of our State to realize that they are with me It is this which I have termed the new Kentucky spirit in the old Kentucky home it establishes the important foot that tha nesemry conditions for our new birth exists and I beg of yon that you arise and acquit yourselves lute mennot for my sane but for your own Rakes Orasp the Opportunities Into other hands are passing oppor tunities which we mightjust as well grasp as not They menu days of great prosperity and comfort to our families They mean peace and justice within our borders They mean over coming evil with good and doing the fair thing by our fellow man It not ns one mans work but the work isII allWithin the past year into the de partments of our National Government has been merged a now one of Commerce We are but advancing with the general sentiment when we incorporate the commercial idea in our own State affairs Unless there is some unseen flaw in the logic of the situation Kentucky affairs will profit clearly by an orderly I arrangement which good business methods demand We have enough law In fact we would get along better than we do if we kept the Ten Commandments just as transcribed upon the tables of stone Our standing in the world would be very much better if we would make a beginning by keeping the sixth nit as Judge Humphrey expressed it put the stamp of Cain upon whomsoever vio listed it so that henceforth he should be an outcast in our midst Making laws does not make a na tion We must have the coordinate branches of the judiciary and the executive They form horse cart and harness a combination which must be effective individually to carry us for ward Rotten spokes a girth tied with n paper string or a horse with out legs any one of them will tie up our transportation facilities I beg of you that you see to it that one iis as good as the other and all are th best There is no reason why they should not be so except our own in difference and that we must overcome Oct Value Received for TuesIIt is an old commercial saw tnat goods well bought are half sold When we pay taxes we are supposed to buy government If we dont get value received for court taxes the bargain is against us and we will go broke just as surely as the merchant who pays too much for lime goods will eventually close his doors We must take out our pencils and figure up the amount of taxes we have to pay and then in the next column add up what we get for them If we find that for our hard earned dollars we are simply feeding a lot of grafters when our State is crying out for better buildings better schools and better institutions then the buy ing proposition is going against ns and the day of trouble is at hand Uulnc45 Talk In olden times when the traveling talesman or drummer was a novelty on the road he was generally selected by his employer for his facility in carriyng a good story trout one store o antoher With this coin he many times bought orders at good prices when all other inducements would have failed This style of drummer has about disappeared and tuose of ns who employ these valuable assistants in our business realize that he sells most goods who opens up his line of goods on the counters of tale mer chant and talks business That IH what I have tried to do todaysimply- to talk business to you I believe that the goods I have laid before you peopledemandare at least sufficiently novel to prove as attractive as their inherent quali ties w ill prove lasting Beckner on Commercialism When Belknap finished John G Matthews introdcned Judge Beckner Again the crowd cheered Judge Bflokner made one of his characteristic speeches He told why he left the emouratlo for the Republican party and its principles He touched on commercialism and said the party in power did not want to see the State developed and new people come in He spoke ttt length on the neglect to provide funds for the St Louis Ex position He said the day was com ing when people would want to stay in Kentucky instead of wanting to leave as many do now Judge Beckner finished at 1280 oclock and the party went at once to the dining room where they par took of dinner Just after dinner tho party visited the many attractions on the grounds Col Belknap shaking hands all the time When the races were called the party went to the band stand and met all horsemen I i MOM EE WILLARD tJ Judge of District Court Plainly Speaks His Mind It Is with pleasure that I give my hearty endorsement to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is the most suc cessful remedy that I know of for the weakened condition of the digestive organs which excessive heat or overwork sonic disagreenbleplication of unnatural conditions making one feel sick all over Your remedy is scientifically prepared and well calculated to renovate the entire system cleansing and vitalizing the blood and assisting the stomach to perfect assimilation of the food which will soon harmonySincerelyyoursr fufct of nth Diflrkl Duvat County Florida longlostcorrects the impaired digestion it promotes the flow j of digestive juices and facilitates the assimilation the lifegiving elements of the food into the ofI When the blood is pure and rich old inert tissues are healthyImuscular tissues replace them In this way it puts i on healthy flesh up to the normal weight and fortifies i one against all diseasebreeding germs It allays on the grounds Biggest 1 Known Crowd Special trains ran all day but the tH rvioe was inadequate to trans put the people Large BelkiiRp par ties ramie from all the nelhgborlng towns UOO from Pineville alone and large numbers from the neck counties of Clay Leslie and IlHrliui Todays meeting is admitted to be the greatest ever held in the county At 230 oclock the Belknap party left the fair 0111theThey will go to Somerset Friday Camp bell county air Saturday and to Covington Monday Cancer Cured by Llood BalmAll Stan and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adorn Fredonla Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effect ually cured an eating cancer of the i nose and face The sores healed up i perfectly Many doctors hail gl Yellii up her case as hupele 8 Hundreds of cases of fcancer eating sores snpperI ating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Gutrney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip wore raw as beef with offensive discharges from tne eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it idled Blood Balm healed the sore and Mrs Gnernuy is an well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also 1 cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bOne pains ulcers offen slve pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists 100 per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while investigating such a remaiBable remedy as Botanic Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood diseases Bright Prospects for Fair The Hardin county fair which opened at Elizabethtown yesterday promises to excell all former fairs held in that city both in exhibits and at tendance The fair for the first time in ten years does not conflict with the Bowling Green fair and fur the first time In its history there will be no other fairs held in Kentucky during the sumo week The fair will continue until Friday CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tbe- SIgnature of ki inflammation of the mucous membranes soothes the cough facilitates expectoration and deepens the breathing supplying the system with a much needed stock of oxygen It drives out all impurities and disease germs 3000 u I Ic co cc = cccc= Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of the United States by the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo N Y pro prietors of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis cover if they cannot show the original statement and signature of every testimonial among the thousands which they are con stantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their several medi cincs and thus proving the genuineness and reliability of nil the multitude of testimonials volunteered by grateful people in their behalf I feel it my duty to write you as I have received so much benefit from the use of your medicines says Mrs K Sando of Klou Iowa I was troubled with torpid liver indigestion and nervous prostra tion for about eighteeen months and lost strength ConsulteelI r advised me to have an operation for gall stone which I thought would be time very last step I would take I then sit down and wrote to you for advice some five or six mouths ago and have since been taking your Golden Medical Discovery Can now say that I am well and able to do all my work besides doing lots of weaving In time last two months I have woven about four hundred yards of carpet and feel now that I will keep on with it afc I eightbottlesof Dr Pierces 1leasant Pellets I will be glad if I can say anything to those who are suffering as I did- I was taken sick nine years ago with fever writes Mr M M Wardwelf of Iimvood Leaven worth Co Knns Had the doctor and he broke up time fever all right but I took diarrhea right away he couldnt cure it and it became chronic 111111I then he gave up the case I got so weak with it and had piles so lImuly I couldnt lie down nor hardly sit upas that way two or three months thought I would never he well again but picked up one ofI Dr Pierces Memorandum Hooks one day and saw your description of catarrh of the stomach IIthought it hit my case We llnda bottle of Dr tierces Golden Medical Discovery in time house that was got for mother You recommend it for catarrh of the stomach so I began taking it The one bottle nearly cured bottles next time and took one and onehalland was well I havent been bothered with diarrhea since IA FKW MONIES vill fry the expense of mailing Dr Jterees CotHMOtt Sense Medical Ad riser Send 21 ONe ml stamps for the book in paper covers 0131 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr AV V PIERCE Huffalo NI I M H GABBERT t of Elizabethtown Ky o DISTRICT AGENT FOR ii HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK i t TIlE LARGEST COflPANY IN THE WORLD This company writes FlUE LIU11ININGandl TORNADO tINSURANCE giving the most liberal rontnut on farm and e town property Prompt settlement guaranteed in type of lawo Prompt attention given to July matters that may tome up o iiJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Kyii c on LL II THE r i Fifth Avenue j HOTEL j jij Louisville Ky i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr h Forfeit ii- fi TIll most centrally located and only nr 1 ratclass hotel In the city making a 1 BOO rate IOnly one block from tho principal I tshopping district scat two blocks from tilt principal tliCHtrcs Strict cars pass the door to nil parts ot the cltv- Everything neat and clean 9ah3r r97 r3ah9r 9 tom OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOH GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY xvr tMr Ftl p ir 1w tsi I aeeet Mother 4 My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At last she was given up to die Then she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was speedily cured D P Jolly Avoca N Y No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it Ayers j I i Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take Its too risky to waitIuntil you have consump tion If you are coughing i today get a bottle 0 fIPectoral atCherry i onceIThree sizes I 25c SOc II All clrvnlltlj Consult jour doctor If he says tike then do as he sari If he tells you ItIto take II then dont take It Ue know- Lene It with him We are JU AVER CO wllI1nJrI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1D08 BEWLEYVILLE Lorena Clarkson is ill of typhoid fover Mrs Ida Bandy is quite sick of typhoid fever Miss Kate Stith continues to visit friends here Miss Mary Payne is visiting relatives near Cloverport 1 Misses Annie Payne and Alberta Drury were home Sunday Mrs Worland Carter and children visited her father last week C tl Hardaway made a welcome appearance at church Saturday f Mrs Eli Wilson has returned from a visit of a fortnight in the city Mrs Kate Carter is the guest of Mr and Mrs Albert Thompson- Mr and Mrs Geo Lewis of Car rolton are guests of Mrs Chas Drury Willie Cocicran of Madison IndIIs making a visit to his a unt Mrs Drnry Fletcher Blanford hat gone to Athertonville LaRue county to look after things in his line of business Miss Eva Brumfield of Sample who visited the Misses Compton last week left for home Saturday night Rev Kimball is holding a protracted meeting at Hill Grove He willI probably accept it cull to that church Mrs Kate Bennett and her guest Mrs U W Beard attended the Missionary meeting here last Monday Mrs R D Cain who hits heen visiting relatives in Indianapolis and Louisville the past fortnight is at homeI be in Hnrdinsburg Sept 14 for 1 week prepared to do all kinds of dental workDrJ C Bush Cannel ton ind Miss Minnie Stith hat gone to Glen deans to attend school We wish her success while we very much regret her absence Mrs Frank Peyton and daughter Margaret of Fails of Rough who visited relatives here the past week have returned home- J D Beaviu has bought a plan in the Sandy Hill neighborhood and will 0 move in the near future It is with much regret that we know it Miss Blanche Jolly gave a fine re port of her trip to Lexington Sunday pchool convention at Sunday schoolI last Suiiady We all want to go Mrs Chappell with her son Ben and daughter Aileen visited their daughter and sister Mrs Charlie Anderson several days last week Missus Annie Payne Alberta Drnry Inn McCoy and Bivie Cain and Mur ray Blanford and Phelps and Walker Miss Florence Cain are seven school tea chers from our vicinity The first five are Breckenridge county teachers and the other two are in Meade I am quite sure they all will do their best Monday Aug 81 was a red letter day for the ladies of our church Mrs Battle Whltehead Miss Tula Daniels Mist Elizabeth Oluistead and Dr Donabuo were with us at an all dayb Missionary meeting Mrs W G Hardaway and Aileen were also here and many others Their presence and talks were a joy and pleasure not often experienced Golden Rod A PurgalhePleasuret If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for blllousness or con stipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These pleasant little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile wioutth producing j unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs in volved W H Howell of HouftonII Tex says No better Pills can be used than Little Early Risers fOfJJ constipation sick headache etc Sold by All Druggists Y WOLF CREEK Robert Ball went to Louisville Wed nesday Miss Annie Willett left Friday to tegln school H J Blackburn is clerking in Ball Snails store J D Willett of West Point is visiting at this place James Williams was here Sunday to se his old friends Miss Mattie Hamilton of Oak Grove is visiting Mrs R T Otvinc Miss Laura H Etherton was the guest of Miss Fannie E Cunningham Sunday spentiChismRev DoVault filled his regular ap churchIundayIFannie Crecelius of Owens boro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs David Suelll near Beechland Mr and Mrs Wm Cunningham were in Little Bend Friday the guests of Mr and Mrs William Edmonnds Mr and Mrs Robert Smith spent last Sunady with her mother Mrs Sallie Owings Mrs Hal Gray who has been with Mrs James Flannery for several weeks returned to her home in New Albany Saturday Miss Wyatt Lambert who has beenI spending the summer in Covington returned home Saturday accompanied by her cousin Miss Inez Pickett Mrs Virgin and daughetr Inez of Jacksonville Ill in company withI Misses Nelle Conway and Myrtle Nor man of Librety were guests of Mrs Robert Owings Thursday Mrs George Flannery who hasI been spending the summer with he son in Chicago III returned homeI Saturday She also spent several days with relatives in Palestine and Dun canville III Riverton and Mt Vernon Ind on her way home Emergency Medicines Itjs a great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use iin- cases of accident and for slight injuries and ailment A good liniment and one that is fast becoming a avorite of not a household necessity Is Chamber lains Pain Balm By applying iit promptly to a cut bruise or burn iit allays tile pain and causes the injury to heal in about onethird the time usually required and as it is an anti septic is prevents any danger of bloo poisoning When Pain Balm Is kep at hand a sprain may be treated before inflamation sets in which in sures a quick recovery For sale by Short Haynes UNION STAR Roscoe Hendry has returned from St Louis Newborn Gardner jof Irvington was here Sunday Mrs Mary Brown of Rhodelia was here Monday Jesse Miller road supervisor was in town Monday Joe Severs went to Rosetta Monday to do some bridge work M S Jolly went to Louisville Monday to be gone a few days D S Richardson was in Har dinsburg one day this week The Misses Krouuh entertained a few ot their friends Thursday Mr anti Mrs Chas Chappell attend ed church at Raymond Sunday Robert Ball and Chas Edmunds of Hardinsbrug were in town Sunday Alex Roberts died at hip home near here Monday evening of typhoid fever Mr M P Panye of Bewleyvllle visited relatives near here Wednesday nightMiss Zelma Lay spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at StephensportMrs and daughter of Har dinsburg are visiting her fathers family Misses Mattie C Milner awl Ma mie Jolly spent Thursday evening in Stephensport Allen Robinson returred to Lodi urg Sunday after a weeks visit with relatives here Last Saturdays hall did considera ble damage to some of the tobacco in this neighborhood Mrs D S Richardson and Miss Sallie spent this week visiting rela ves near Sandy Hill Miss Amy Kroush has returned to her home after a lengthy visit with Mrs Rhodes at Rhodella Miss Sarah Hayes arrived from Irvine Ky Wednesday She will attend school here this winter Mrs G A Hendry of West Point has returned home after a few days spent with her fathers family Rev and Mra flay Moorman have returned from a two months visit at his fathers home in Big Spring MrHenry OBrien and brother of Y Rhodelia were the guests of the Misses Kroush Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Pomp Brnmfleld and family of Sample were the guests of relatives in the Shllo community Fri dayMiss Minnie C Hoyle Is at home from Irvine wnore she spent a month with her slaterMra J A Hay nes I will be in Hardinshurg Sept 14 for 1 week prepared to do all kinds of dental YorkDr J C BnsnCnnnel ton Ind- Messrs Claude Brown and Herbtrt McAfee have returnee from West Virginia where they have been work ing in timber Mr and Mrs James Jolly and daughter Miss Katie of Sample were the guests of her father Mr Bruuifield Wednesday Laxative Bromo quinine Cures a Cold InOne Day Cp 2 Days Ir1nonevery 25c IRVINGTON Robert Jordan of Fenley Ky is nere for a visit Richard Herndon is spending his vacation at home Rev Hines is conducting a series ol meetings at Webster Orville Coleman and family have returned to their home at Cecilia Mrs Lou Bishoff and children are Iin Bardstown for a months visit Miss Jessie Brady and Mrs Tony McCoy are at Horse Track visiting Miss Anna Tydings and friend from Louisville spent Sunday with the Misses Munford Dan Shacrlett was in town Satur onerof our charming girls Miss Mabel McGlothlan is home from a most delightful months visit to relatives in Henderson Miss Claudia Stith has returned to her home after a two weeks stay with friends and relatives Miss Bettle Lee Dix and Mr Henry Morton of Owenxboro were with alias Eva Herndon Sunday Misses Bertie md Nell McCandless from Upton Ky are with the Misses Mudd for an indefinite visit Mrs Graves and mother Mrs Calhoun are at home again after a most agreeable stay in Owens oro Dr and Mrs Paul Dempster will daysdLyonstMrs Reeser and children Mrs Will Cain nnd family Ire enjoying a stay with Mr and Mrs Coleman- I will be in Hardinsburg Sept 14 for 1 week prepared to do all kinds of dental workDr J C Bush Cannel ton Ind A number of bright and charming young ladies form a house tatty with Mrs R M Jolly us hostess for the present week Miss May Cornwall is duly installed in her new home in Woodland and expects her mother and father to jion her very soon Miss Iva Mudd who has a position with that old wellknown jewelry firm of Lemon Sons Louisville returned to her worK today Monday Mrs Lee McCall and little daughter left for their home in Louisville lastI week after spending the smumer atI the old home Hendrick Place The old and the young the little and the big went to Pavnesville to see the base ball game Saturday Webster played Valley City Ind and came out winnerIJames Bate Herndon representing the Home Insurance Co has a bran new turnout and Is prepared to get over his territory in a much easier and more rapid wnyIThe special train leaving Louisville for Owensboro during the State Fair will stop at Irvington So the people here can enjoy the Fair for one dayI If not wanting to remain longer James Hendricks is home after aImonths travel in Oklahoma Indian Territory and other states in the west much delighted with what he saw but still In love with old Kentucky Miss Leila Calhoun representing Oxford College was here last weekI soliciting pupils for that old and well established school in Ohio She was the guest of tier cousin Mrs Ura- vesadsTKoR = p B Dear SIgnatureof era Ovals ou5rt P C B A Meets This Week Tobinsport IndSept 8eSpeclal The Perry county Baptist Associa tion will meet at the Baptist ohurch at Toblnsport Sept 11 13 and 18 All are cordially invited from neigh boring counties to attend this meet- Ing The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fevur UaI butlieof Orove Taste lea Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qut nine In a tasteless fog m No Cure No Pay PrlceSOc 6G C What are Humors They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours Ing the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to defective digestion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves T- In many forms of cutaneous cruptlcn salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debllljy How are they expelled Dy Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds up the system that has suffered from them It Is the best medicine for all bumo- rtBRANDENBURG Miss lone Dowden IB in Cincinnati fir items in millinery- W S Hamilton left Monday to at tend State College at Lexington Miad Lena Nevitt win the guest of Miss Mary Lin Ditto last week Miss Tennessee Hamilton began her school at Pleasant Grove Monday Mrs Fon Rhodes reports a delight ful time at White Sulphur Wells Ind Misses Katie and Eva McGhee left Monday to enter Georgetown College Miss Nannie McGheo of Irvington is the guest of Miss Minnie Lee Mc GheeMrs J D Hardin andtier sister Miss Lou Scott were in Louisville last week Mrs Thos Ditto and daughter Virginia have returned from u visit to Hardinabnrg About a third of the colored popula tion attended the association last Sun day at Irvington The Hon D R Murray will open the Democratic campaign here today Monday County Court day Miss Bessie Vaughn after spending the summer with the family of their uncle Geo Dowden has returnd to LouisvilleMrs D Hatcher left for her home Joplin Mo last week after a visit to her sister Mrs Thos HamiltonMrs and daughter Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leitcnfleld spent last week with Mrs King and Mrs Lon Richardson Mr and Mrs D M Duncan are fully installed in their new home It is one of the very prettiest in town and centrally located Misses Lillian Hardin and Earle McIntire will attend school at Leba non where Mr aud Mrs J H Hos kinson are teaching Brandenburg Normal opened with one hundred pupils with more to fol few Mr Gray is very cheerful over the prospects for a good year Mrs Ella Gregory and little Dorothy left last Saturday for Cloverport where Mrs Gregory will take her position as first assistant in the High SchoolWe live on bicycle avenue and the boys have the fever again They race most skillfully before and after scnool and it seems the acme of their ambition to excel The supper given by the Ladies Aid Society Sept 1 was quite a suc cess The night was cool but the refreshments wero so delicious they were consumed anyhow Rev Crandell preached last Sunday morning from MalachI 88Will a man rob God From these words he showed how lawyers physicians mer chants as a class were more generously paid and more willingly renumerated than the ministers as a class Marvin Pate of Paducah was here several days last weed to see one of our prettiest fairest girls Marvin owns his owu business in the Jackson Purchase a whoksale and retail drug store and ho is a graduate in pharmacy His father the Rev lti E Pate was pastor of the Meth odist church here about seven years agoMiss Ada Blown left last Friday for Bowling Green to take a business course We can think of no one who will ne more missed than Miss Ada in business social and musical circles She has been associated with Miss lone Dowden in the millinery busi ness for several years making a most popular firm and the divorce is very much regreted Miss Ula Dow den will assist Miss lone this season as she has about decided not to return to Cannelton If constipated or bilious call for Ramons Pills and be certain our clerks gives you the genuine Ramons Complete treatment 25 doses 25c Wedding at Toblnsport Tobmsport Ind Sept SSpeclal- Mr Thomas Leaf and Miss Emma Weatherholt of this place were mar ried Wednesday evening at eight oclock at tile home of the bride Rev G B Walls of the Methodist church officiating It was a pretty home wedding and only the immediate friends and relatives of the contract ing parties attended Many beautiful presents were received The News with a host of friends wishes them a happy future d Ca dick Milling Co 7 NGRANDVIEW IND W 4 Daton Marble Works I MARBLE AND I p DALTON GAeAGENT WANTED w I WEBSTER A protracted meeting is in progress hereJ R Mays has been indisposed for several days Don Lyddan left Sept 1 for Russel vllle to enter school Everett Tabor IS erecting a new residence on his farm near here Miss Myrtle Lyddan has entered Mrs McClures school at Irvington George Compton 6f Pierce visited his brother TJ Compton last Sunday Miss Nannie Lyddan began a pri vate school at her home last Monday Miss Pearl Maya is teaching at the Tucker school house near Stephens portEdgar Wheeler and wife of Louis ville visited at Ransom Nortons last SundayLittle Hal Payne who sustained a fracture of the forearm recently is doing nicely Let everybody who can do so at tend the Sundayschool convention at Nortons Valley Dick Cloycomb has returned from Oklahoma which he thinks is about the best country in the world We hope the good people of Irving ton will do their full duty at the ap proacning local option contest We would like to see a list of the road overseers of the county who work the road four days in a year e fOLEnHONEfANDTAR forchUdnnt oaf sure Wo ptafM STEPHENSPORT Mrs R A Smith is very ill at this writingT Perkins of Louisville was in town Saturday on business Mrs Atz and little daughter of New Albany Ind visited her sIster Mrs W A Petit last week Pastor J T Lewis filled his regu lar appointment Sunday at the Baptist church with a full attendance A T Blain who has been in the West for the last year was with his mother Mrs M Blain last week Mrs S G Reynolds and children of West Point are spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs H LayMrs Floyd E Miller and little daughter of Henderson were in town last week the guests of Mrs E H MillerS R Moredock W Gnffey and wife and Mrs Kate Moredock of Ow ensboro visited Mrs Kate Jarrett SundayMaster Helm Vaughn grandson of Mr and Mrs L B Helm returned to his home in Lexington last Sunday after spending the summer- N F Ray who has been in the grocery business leers for sometime moved down near Petrie Station Tues day to open up a family grocery James Buchanen wife and sister Miss Sallie of Unldntown C E Alstadt of Sti Louis Mo and Ed Petitof Jeffersonville Indare visit- Ing Mrs Pike Conn and other relatives Big Catch of Fish these Stepnensthe fisherman caught 880 pounds of fish on three lines at two tracings Friday morning in the river just below town The largest a mud cat weighed 41 pounds and the next in size a Buffalo weighed 20 pounds Fishing at this point during the owlnltothe low water Several local sportsmen have gone jugging and have cap tured a number of large cat fish OUGHT TO HAVE the best flour obtainable to bake with Just order from your grocer a sack of t a CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR nnd your baking troubles are overx Costs you no more Youll have bet ter meals the cook better temper It makes baking easier Strong statement but not to strong when Cadicks Gold Duet Flour is usedt All Grocers sell it Milled only by o a GRANITE 4 1 Special Harvest Excursion September 15th to Texas Oklahoma c 11 Indian Territory Vla r Frisco System Round trip from Cincinnati 1800 round trip trom Louisville 1800 round trip from St Louis 1500 Tickets good 21 days W R Powe General Agt 407 Walnut St- Cincinnati Ohio- Battleship Kentucky In Colors The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway has just had completed for distribution a lager order of pic tures of the Battleship Kentucky which is a work of art And should 1 be in every Kentucky home The plo ture is reproduced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph by Mr Enrique Mueller the official photo grapher for thflUnited States Navy taken as the ship is leaving New York harbor for a cruise It is donerin colors the grey fighter slowly ploW- Ing k its way through the carefully shaded green of the sea and carrying at the top of her flag stall the starstt and stripes in their naturall red white and blue l It is admirably suited for framing i but as It is gotten out on heavy five ply enameled cardboard it will prove an ornament to any home without framing Six cents in postage sent to L J Irwin G P A of the popu lar Henderscu Route at Louisville Ky will bring this beautiful picture to your home The Pleasure of Eating 6 f I Indigestiondyspepsia will find that Kodol troubleJJ digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Ths remedy Is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dya pepsin and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you t eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains t is assimilated and appropriated by theIblood and tissues Sold by All Drug gists k RAYMOND Otis Stiff has his new home almost J completed 1 BornTo tM wife of Frank Hall j September 1a boyiMiss Hallye Mercer of Louisville i is visiting at John Mercers a Roscoe Hendry has returned home 1i dafter f r spending a month in St Louis MiJ Iva Squires is visiting her aunt Mrs Thomas Squires of Clover i portThe qDJcomingJ jtractedj 11f night druaggLcts and To undayJJ E W tertessignature Is on each box Sa q SchlndleruLyons Albert F Schindler of near Irving ton and Mrs Mary E Lyons of near Paynesville were married yesterday 1 at PaynesvilleFatner Danghorty offic t iating Mr Schindler has a wide cir cle of friends in both Meade and Breckonridge counties and Is one of i our most prosperous farmers and brick masons His friends in both counties join with the Mesenger in extendingt t congratulations Mrs Lyons IB the widow cf Crawford Lyons and daugh ter of J W Stiles of this county and ladyTheyMr Schindlrtra farm near Irvington Meade County Messenger i f 9 l