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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r yy x i t f Ls t 4a v I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSisALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 illVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1903 8 Pages No9INEW COMPANY IS ORGANIZED N Cloverport Foundry Machine Company the New Manu facturing Firm FILE ARTICLES THIS WEEK m a FoundryMachine d t this week articles ot incorporation i will be filed with the Secretary of State and with the county clerk The capital stock of the concern is 3000 t eacdpre and stockholders and the number of shares owned by each M L Chrl tine thirty shares Roy Crawford thirty shares J D Babbage twenty shares P D Plank twenty shares and J C Nolte twenty shares The offli care are M L Christian President J D Babbage Vice President and J 0 Nolte Secretary and TreasurerI The three last named of the stockhold ers are residents of this city and the first two will become residents so the management of the affair will be r strictly locallBesides the 3000 in common stock held by the above named parties there is 1500 of preferred stood own ed by other citizens of Cloverport J A Barry who owns some preferr- edI stock in Superintendent of Construction for the companys plant andI Is proving to be the right man in the right place The new company will manufacture and repair all kinds of machinery manufacture castings screen wire and wire novelties wire and light iron b thbfacto t andII I Election Officers Appointed j Hardinsburg Ky Sept 1GSpe- clalThe county Board of Election 1 Commissioners have been appointed by the State Board They are Jess Jrttofhis office is also a member of the County Board and Chairman They I upfe various precincts who hold their office for a term of one year unless j- eremoved for cause The names of the s election officers will be published 1 f another issue of the News Concert Was a Successi 1GSpeii clalThe concert given by the Chi cagp Glee Club at the City Hall o Thursday evening was a distinct success f In the audieno that heard them were delignted listeners from Irvington 7 Glendeane and Cloverport Not one went away disappointed a t Appeared on Two Evenings J W Powell Hale the wellknown j it impersonator appealed in Oelzes at Hall both Thursday and Friday even riJ I ings and on each occasion avan appreciatvie with a nnm be ber of excellent impersonations and j r recitations The two entertainments t r were a success financially They were for the benefit of the Baptist church I ij Wedding Announcement I j I1GSpecialjI I i nounce the marriage of their daughter 1 Miss Lillian to Mr Willard X Kin cheloe of Hardinsbnrg The wed 1 ding will take place Sept 20th at 030rp m at the Methodist church Air Caley Convalescent Mrs John Burk of this city reS J ceived a letter from Glenwood IowaI last week stating that her brother l1 Tom Caley formerly of this city wa s and about and recovering from toettup injuries he received in a runaway rf Mays Colt and Mule Shows Webster KySept 1GSpecial- J R Mays and sons will have their annual colt show here on Saturday t Sept 20 Some desirable colts will be r r on exhibition and a large crowd is Il anticipated I romY5110lffiYANastatNI frMudtaar safesur N1 I A toRE ABLE MINISTER I Than Rev T F Walton Cloverport Has Never Known Says One of ills Congregation Rev T F Walton left last Thursday for Livingston Ky He willi spend Friday with his children Cecil and Ada Franklin Walton Rev Walton who was pastor of tl Lucile Memorial Presbyterian church of this city for seventeen months has been called to Ebenezer Presbytery He will preach at Mt Carmel1 on the second and Ebenezer on the thud Sunday Besides these churches he has been offered another field tHe his old home at Barlxmrville has also had a call to Iowa but has made no arrangements for the future Since Rev Walton has been associat ed with this church he has had calls to larger fields where the renutnero fiche were almost double but he refused that he might try to build up andI churcheCloverport has never known a- more able minister He is a theologian such as few towns this size can boast his prayer meeting talks were both interesting and instructive and would have done credit to any minister of twice his experience HisI sermons were replete with forcible thought and eloquence expressed ini I an affable effective manner We regrent that circumstances were such he though best to resign May success attend him and may be find iin his now field that be is not laboring InI vain We congratulate any church that may be so fortunate as to secure his services Lncile Memorials lossi will be anothers gain A Presbyterian G D DEMPSEY ARRESTED Foreman of Weft Point Beacon Confesses to Have Commit efed Depredations West Point Ky Sept 12G D Dempsey a printer on the West Point Beacon and H A Clark the owner of a cannery here were arrested today on a charge of conspiring to destroy private property Ths warrants were sworn out by Dr Lindsay BeaconeClark was dismissed on his examining trial this afternoon and Dempesy waived examination and was held to tbe grand jury In bond of gUO Several attempts have been made to injure the plant and office andI when jUempsey was arrested yester tvhicrb he stated that Clark nad induced him accountttof a grievance which Clark ha against the paper Mormon Class at Millstone W C Marshall of Madison Ind InduInd Jas P Satterwhite of Byrnvile and all Latter Day Saints and pastors of the Mormon churches in the cities where they reside were in the city Monday en route to their respect- Ive homes They had been holding meeting at Millstone on tbe Ohio river several miles below thin city since last Thursday and had met with good success A class of twenty members was organized and it will eveninidon Sundays held in the Millstone school build ing and will be conducted by Richard Taylor of that coinrnniity Farms at Webster Change Hands Webster Ky Sept 5 SpecialfChas Hatfield has bought M Fitch farm H H Hatfield has bought the Alexander tract of land west of town BRANDENBURG NEWS BUDGET S Clark Haynes Wedding eeting at Highland Dr Nevitt eGoes to Louisville CHARLES CASPERKE HONORED Brandenburg Ky Sept 1GSpa clalThls evening at 8 oclocK at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J T Huynes Miss Mary Elizabeth Haynes and Mr Joseph Alonzo Clark were united 1 in marriage Father Zoeller pronouncing g the ceremony The bride wore a lovely white Paris muslin trimmed In lace and creamI ribbon forming an entire front panell from throat to hem of skirt which flared prettily to the sweep Large white roses wero arranged in her fluffy hair and the same Rind of roses with long steams were carried Miss Bessie Patterson Lewis tall handsome bru nette and Miss Annie Lou Woolfolk a tall handsome blonde the brides maids wore beantitnl Paris muslin and carried pink roses The brides brothers Ick and John Taylor were the groomsmen who with the groom were handsome In conventional black Mrs D W Lewis played Mendelsshon After congratulations the evening was spent in conversation and music Many handsome and useful presents were received The couple are very popular and have kind wishes Tbe groom is a popular teacher at Rhodelia Epidemic at Mooleyvllle Brandenburg Ky Sept 1GSpe- cialMrs Davis Cunningham ha returned from a two weeks stay a Mooleyvllle where she states a good deal of typhoid prevails uS many as three or four belbg stricken in ono family Physicians think that either the water or milk has caused the j epidemic Offered Chair In College Brandenburg Ky Sept 15t5pe- clalCharles Casperke registered cleric of the corner drug store has been offered a chair in the Louisville I College of Pharmacy but he will1 remain at the corner drug store Mr Casperke is well known and has phitm upondThirtyEight are Baptised Brandenburg Ky Sept 1GSpa- cialTJte RevMr Poulson assist ed the Rev 37 L Hart in the meet ns at Highland On lust Friday a thirtyeight taste Immersed by Rev Hart with ton more candidates fo baptism New Store at Howard Brandenburg Ky Sept i58ec- lalJas Blckerstaft has a restaurant at Howards Station below West Point and Scott Grinnel is with bras fo run ogi the corner ding store in Changes His Location at Brandenburg Ky Sept 1GSpe- ainlDr P H Nevitt will leave thLs week to locate in Louisville which leaves tne medical field for Drs PinkMEYSKIDNEYCURE Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right R F D ROUTE IS ASSURED Over 1000 People Out From Tili City Will be Benefited by the Service LARGER SECURED Considering that the larger part of necessarJtoe has been secured it is safe to that a route out from this city is n eared The proposed route will start at this city go out by Tar Fork and Mattingly thence to Hardinsburg and then back to this city on the Harding burg aud Cloverport turnpike Both the postoffice at Tar Fork and th one at Mattingy will probably b discontinued and it is estimated thet over 1000 people will be benefited b the service The carnet will lean eI the Cloverport post ofilce early in the morning The ronto will be known as Routs No 1 and will be about twentythree miles long Most of the people living along the proposed route are farmers and all who have Mthegreat benefit it will be to them as some of them live as far as live from the nearest post office To fur nish a mall box approved by the got enment and place it on the Highway traveled by the carrier is thQ only expense to be defrayed by each family served Dr Win Howard of Mattingly aMter several weeks diligent work has secured the names of the petitioners on the part of the route out by DIn ChapinttereSt of the farmers who live on and near the Hardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike and hopes to secure the remainder of the necessary petitioners in a short time When his work is completed there is little doubt but the route will then be established by the government Both Dr Howard anMMr Chapin deserved much credit for their efforts bearing toward this end EXHIBITS FROM BRECKENRIDGE And Meade Counties to Include Paint Clay Brick Brandy and Cement Material J R Willett of Brandenburg who is arflTuging for the Meade county exhibits at the exposition through the Kentucky Exhibit Association has interested all the peach and apple brandy distillers of this county ana distinctive Meade county brandy display is to be made One of the samplers during the exposition Mr Willett is developing a large bed of Portland cement material from which he hopes to make an exhibit Paint clay in paying quantities has been unearthed near Stephensport Breckenridge county and a display- of it is to be made by John Adair the 0000 square feet reserved for the Kentucky Exhibit Association iin the Mines and Metallurgy Building the St Louis Worlds Fair next year A model oflhe Brice Railroad Tan nil kiln used by the Central C1n roduct Co at Cloverport is to ap poar in the Kentucky exhibit at the exposition together with samples of the clays need and a number of brick in wade from them 10 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Seed rye at Star Roller Mills W B Oelze for bargains in chains W B Oelze for bargains watchesJoin sOc the W B Oelze library 1 weekSJack Board Is recovering fro a recent illness New music is the watchword tits W B Oelze store Wet one of those pretty calandara at J D Babbages free Miss Adelia Moorman was at home from Louisville Sunday Wave Roff and JMiss Carrie Pate were in Owensboro Sunday foantnein entersI ed W B Oelze still has the reputation of handling the nicest stationery J D Babbages store is the place to buy school supplies in this town butterseBabbngte froen l atives Mr and Mrs J M Fitch and son James returned Tuesday from n visit to relatives in Louisville Seed rye at Star Roller Mills Mrs J R DeHaveu and j amie left Monday for a visit Fordsville and Louisville rapesir work of all kind Bring in your watches etcW B Oelze October Designer lOc at J D Bab bages Will tell you just what you want to know about that dress Mrs W F Vernon who has been Elitzn ay returned to her home in Louis ville Saturday W S Ball of Hardinsburg Repub tlican candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Breckenridge county win as town Saturday Jno Shouse after a visit to frien here and relatives at Cannelton returned to the Old Soldiers Home at Marlon Ind Saturday Sanford Geary came up from Owensboro Sunday to take his little daughter home who has been with rs Chas Bohler for some time Mr Albert Crawford who will be employed in the Cloverport Machine te Foundry Cornpanvs plant arrive d in the city last week from Franklin O Miss Eunice Wheeler caibe down from Hardin Grove Ind last week to attend the KeilHnuibletou weddintr and be the guest of Miss Jane Ha i bletonMiss Hallie Warfleld and Wave Roll and Hovious Beheu and Procter Keith attended the entertainment given by the Chicago Glee Club at Hardinsbnrg Thursday evening Messrs Tow Morrison Clyde Richey Jesse Bohler Dan Duncan an d Ed Morrison attended the ball gameI between Cannelton and Toblnsport at Toblusport Sunday Mr and Mrs H L Stader and Mrs Chas Hall and little son David Owen visited relatives and friends iat Vine Grove last week and attended the Elizabethtown fair The following young people of this city attended the German picnic Cannelton Thursday and were the guests of Misses Mary and Clotilda Bnsam Misses Mabel Morrison and Josephine Gwarteny and Mr Ed Morrison 3Tobinsport Defeats Cannelton The Cannelton and Toblnsport senior baseball teams crossed bats Sun day afternoon on the Tatters grounds a game that resulted in a score of to 9 in favor of Joblnsport u u W B OELZE- d CLOVERPORT KYp Everything in Jewelry Is MORE WORK CANNERYi Polk Packing Company Will Hand mdleall Kinds Late Fruit tand Vegetables PROGRESS OF OTHER PLANTS The Polk PacKing Company has advertised for twentyfive car loads of apples which they will use at their cityTheyl and vegetables they can buy such pumpktnsOn account of the scarcity of toma toes the cannery here has not had a- ck steady run but still it has done bet ter than a number of ensuing facto countryTheplant at Charleston Ind whicn lies a capacity of 30000 cans a day has canned only 1000 cans finny for lack of tomatoes Ralph P ik of Greenwood PackingCompanys branches was in the city Saturday Polktosuccess local branch factory for a new plant as are the citizens of this city who own several thousand dollars worth of stock in the concern F D Whlteneck manager of the local factory wont to Greenwocd Ind Thursday in response to a rues sage announcing the illness of his wifeand E C Richey the Polk Pack ingl Companys expert capper has his position Cloverports two other new manufacturing industries tne Cloverport Foundry Machine Companys plant Compadenys war gin operations in the near ful ure The foundations far the Clovorport Foundry Machine Companys plant were laid last week and work has begun on the building whisk is lo cated on the lot just east of thJ old Bobbin factory west of town The building will be a frame 30 x GO feet and will be used as a foundry build ing until a more substantial structure can be erected Part of the machinery for the plant arrived from Franklin 0 last week and will be placed iin positonn in the building whey gettingwthe plant in shape for operation will be pushed as rapidly as possible They expect to be really for business by October 1 The Murray Roofing Tile Copmanys factory is practically reedy to begin operations A switch is being laid on the south side of the factory from the Henderson Routes main track front which to unload the fire clay from Fenley Gas has been piped to the main kiln ana tho greater part of the worK done on the machinery The delav in the shipment of some special machinery for the plant is the main hinderance to its starting up ntPurchase Another Stable Hardinsbnrg Ky Sept lriSpeo- lalRobertson Bros of UlendeaneL have purchased of DeJarnette Ball their livery stable They took pos session last Monday Employes Not Paid The twentynine former employee of the Patton brick yard to whom judgment was given against the Per fect Combustion Company of Amen ca hero not been paid The company has until Thursday to pay the men their wages for labor performed at the brick plant If the debts are not paid then tho plaintiffs can give the defendants an extension- of time or sell the Brice Railroad Tunnel Kiln for the debts at once The Pleasure of Eating Indigestiondyspepsia will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cur what you eat and makes the sweet This remedy is a never cure for Indigestion and Dys and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains assimilated and appropriated by tha blood and tissues Sold by All Druggists ras r I The Breckenridge News r WEDNESEAY SEPTEMER IB 10- 03GRAUSTARK By IGEORGE BARR MCUTCIIEON t+ CnpyrlgM 1W1 by Herbert R Linn + HT 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 CHAPTEH XXVI TilE OUESSINO OF ANOUISII I T TIE startling assertion rented a fresh sensation Sensations had come so thick and so fast however that they seemed compo nent parts or one granu betr1Wering- climax The new actor In the dranm beld the center of the stage undisputed Harry cried Lorry Prince Guhrlel why do you shaki like a 1l1Ir Is It because you know what I am going to Nay exclaimed Anguish pointing his linger accusingly at the astonished Prince of Duwsber gen Gabriels lips parted but nothing more than a gasp escaped them Involuntarily Ids eyes sought the door then the windows the peculiar uncon trollable look of the hunted cowing In to morn Bolnroz allowed his gaze to leap instantly to that pallid face and every eye In the room followed Votive was standing again her face glowing An accomplice hills confeswd ull 1 have the word of the tnun nlo saw the crime committed I char a Irince Gabriel frith the murder of lite high ness Prince Lorenz With a groan Gabriel threw his bands to his heart uud tottered forward glaring at the merciless face of the accuser Confused Betrayed he faltered Then ho whirled like a maniac upon his little coterie of followers Vile traltorl he shrieked I will drink your hearts blood With a howl he leaped toward one of the men a dark facts nobleman named IJerrowag The latter evaded him and rushed toward the door cry ingIt is a lie a He lIe has tricked you I did not confess The prince was seized by his friends struggling and cursing A peculiar smile lit up the face of Harry Anguish I repent he Is the assassin Gabriel broke from the detaining hands and drawing a revolver rushed for the door Out of the way I will not be taken olive Anode met him at the curtains and grasped him in his powerful arms Baron Dangloss and others tearing the Anode met Ilni lit the curtains and finmpcd htm in his jxtwerful arms weapon from his hand The utmost confusion rolgned women screnmlng men shouting and above nil could be Lcnrd the nowls of the accused prince Let me go Curse you Curse you I will nut surrender Let me kill that traitor lt mo at him Berrowng Lad been seized by willing hAnds mini the two stun glared nt imeh other one crazy with rage tho other shrinking with fear- Dangloss and Altodc halt carried half dragged the prince forward As be neared Bolaroz and the princess he collapsed and became a trembling moaning suppliant for mercy An gnlshs accusation hud struck home Pumice Bolaroz I trust you will not object If the Princess Yetlve substi tutes the true assassin for the ma named in your promise to Gmustark sad Anguish dramatically Bolaroz qs If coning from n dream turned and knelt before the throne Most adorable Yetlve he sold I sue for pardon I bow low and lay my open heart before the truest woman In the world He kissed the black lace Lein of her gown and arose I am your friend and ally Axphnln and Graustnrk will live no more with hatred In their hearts From you I have learned a lesson In Justice and con stancy Prince Gabriel was raving like a madman as the ofdcers hurried him and Berrowug from the room A shout went up from those assembled Its echo reaching the halls then the gar dens was finally taken up by the wait ing masses beyond the gates The news flew like wildfire Rejoicing such as Lad never been known shook Edelweiss until the monks on the mountain looked down in wonder After the dozed and happy throng nbout the throne Lad heaped its expressions of love and devotion upon the radiant princess a single figure knelt In subjection just as she was prepar ing to depart It was the Duke of Mlz par 4 Your royal highness Mlzrox Is rend to pay his forfeit My life Is yours he said calmly She did not compn bend until her uncle reminded her or the oath Mlzrox had taken the won lug after the murder He swore on his life that you killed Lorenz she said turning to Lorry I was wrong but I am willing toI pay the penalty My love for was greater than my discretion Tbnt Is my only excuse but it Is one you should not accept said Mlzrox ns roolly as If announcing the time of daj Lorry looked first at him and then lit the princess bewildered and uneertni I have no 111 will against you my lord duke Release him from his bow your highness Gladly since you refuse to hold hllll to his oath she said 1 am under an eternal obligation to you sir for your IleniencyI and I shnll ever revere the princess who pardon so graciously the gravest error Yetlve legged Bolaroz to continue to make the court his home while In Gnat stark and the old prince respondci with the declaration that he would rt main long enough to sign and npprov the new covenant nt least Before stet plug from the throne Yetlve called IIn low tones to Lorry a pretty flush mar thing her cheek Will you come to me In half IIn hourIor my reward he asked eagerly AehP she cried softly reprovingly Count Hnifonts face took on n trot Wed expression ns he caught the swift communication In their eyes After all she was a princess She passed from till room bosldi Ilnlfont proud and happy In till vie lory over despair glorying In the ex posuru of her heart to the world hoi blood tingling and dancing with tile Joys of anticipation Lorry and An gulsli the wonder and admiration oC nil were given it short but convlncln levee In the hallway Lords and In dies praised and lauded them over whelming thorn with the homage thin comes to the brave But Gaspon ut tered one wish that struck Lorryi warts leaping heart like a piece of ice Would to God that you were II prince of the realm said the mlnlBtci of finance a look of regret and long lug In his eyes That wish of Gaspon sent Lorry away with the sharp steel of desolation torturing Intensely ns It trove deeper stud deeper the reawak Lned pangs of uncertainty There still remained the fatal distance between him and the object of his hearts de sire lie accompanied Captain Qulnnox tc his quarter where he made hlmsell presentable before starting for the en panted apartment In time far end ol the castle Love and fear combined to give him strength from his eyes fled tho hopeless look from his brain the loubt from his blood the chill Qulnnox give me your hand dont nind the blood You have been my rlend and you have served her ut Host to the death I injured and would have killed you in that cell butt was not In anger Will you bo my riond In all that Is to follow Slit hums swld that she loves you Mid the captain returning the hand Iasp I am at your service as well is hersA moments later Lorry was In her prvwnw What was said or done luring time half hour that passed bo ween hits entrance and the moment lint brought them side by side from ho room need not be told That the ntorview lad had its serious side was lnln The troubled anxious eyes of thl girl and the rebellious dogged air or the man told of n conflict now only iu abeyance I will never give you up ho said liS they came from the door A wlst tul gleam dickered In her eyes but she lid not respond in words Near the head of the stairway nn nnl tinted group of persons lingered liar 1y Anguish wits In the center and the ountoKs I Jngmar wits directly In front oC him looking up with sparkling eyes lid parted lips The Count and Countess Ilnlfont Gaspon the Baron Dan loss the Duke of Mlzrox with other udles old gentlemen were being en ertalnod by the gay spirited stranger Here he comes cried the latter as he caught sight of the approaching couple I am delighted to see you Harry You were the friend In need old man 8111d Lorry wringing the others humid etlve gave him her hand her blue yes overflowing- Mr Anguish had Just begun to tells how hehow he begot Dngniar but paused helplessly looking to him tor relief Go ahead countess It Isnt very Icgant but its the way I said it How I got next to Gabriel Is what she rants to soy Perhaps your highness could like to know all about the affair lint ended so tragically Its very ulckly told said Anguish I nm deeply Interested said the irincesH eagerly Well in the first place It was all a huff said he coolly A what demanded Dagmar Bluff responded Harry briefly American patois dear countess In what respect asked Lorry be Inning to understand In all respects I didnt have the lightest sign of proof against the fee the prince Do I understand you to say that you bave no evidence against Gabriel eked Ilnlfont dumfounded Not a particle Rut you said his confederate bad onfessed protested Dangloss I didnt know that be had a confed rate and I wasnt sure that he was guilty of the crime boasted Anguish complacently enjoying the stupefaction Then why did you say so demand Dangloss excited beyond measure Oh I Just guessed nt itl God save us gasped Baron Dan IOBSU tchief ofjjjaUce DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases ladderAlso aChe Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There it a cure for you IIf necessary write Ur Fenner Ho 1 hits spent a life dyne curing Just such- caseasyours All consultations Free- I have been a sufferer from rhnematlsm for over ten years and have often been con fined to my bed for several days and suffered intensely Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure afforded relief at once I new feel as well as I ever have In my life ALA BLACKWELL Kansas City Mo Druggists jOe et Ask for Cook Uook Fucz For gale Ily Short k Haynus OUessor IfTiT cried Mizro- xThats It It was a bold stroke but It won Sea Ill tell you this much I was morally certain that Gabriel kill ed the prince There was tio way on earth to prove It however and Ill ad limit It was Intuition or something of that sort which convinced me He had tried to abduct the princess and he was madly Jealous of Lorenr Al though he knew there was to he n duel he wits not certain that Lorviiz would lose so he adopted a clever plan to got rid of two rivals by killing one mind casting suspicion on the other These deductions I Hindu soon aftor the mur der but of course could secure no proof Karly this morning at the hotel I rondo up my mind to denounce him suddenly If I had the chance visiting failure hilt hoping for such an exhibi lieu as that which you saw It was clear to me tint he hind an accomplice to stand gourd while he did the stabbing but I did not dream It was Her rowag Lorrys sensational appear ance when 1 believed him to be fay away from here disturbed me greatly but It made it all the more necessary that I should take the risk with Ga brief As I watched him I became ab solutely convinced of his guilt The only way to accuse him was to do It boldly and thoroughly so I rang in the accomplice and the witness features You nil know how the 111111 worked And you had no more proof than this asked Dangloss weakly Thats all laughed the delighted strategistDangloss siared at him torn moment then threw up his hands and walked away shaking Lila head whether In stupefied admiration or utter disbelief no one knew The others covered An guish with compliments and he was wane than ever time hero of the day Such confidence paralyzed the people The only one who was not overcome With astonishment was his country man You did it well he said In an un dertone to lIjllll1hdeIIIh wellI You might at least say I did It to the queens taste growled Anguish meaningly 1o11 then you did laughed Lorry CIIAPlEIt XXVII ON TilE BALCONY AGAIN IT TroublesCURE 1IHKK persons In the royal ens tie of Jraustark worn by the dread anti anxiety of weeks fatigued by the sleepless nights just past sluumbered through the long afternoon with the motionless death like sleep of the utterly flipped Ye lice In her darkened bedchamber dreamed with smiling lips of n tall sol dier and n throne on which cobwebs multiplied fire nfall Lorry saw In his dron ins a slim soldier with troubled face and averted timid eyes standing guard over him with a brave stilT back and chum painfully uplifted Cap tain Qulnnox dreamed not for his mind was tranquil In the assurance that he had been forgiven by the princess While Lorry slept In the room set apart for him Anguish roamed time park with n happy faced slender young lady Into whose ears he poured the history of a certain affection front time tender beginning to the distracting end and silo smiled timid trembled with delight closing not her ears against the sound of his voice nor leer heart to the love that craved admis don They were not dreaming After dinner that evening Lorry led the princess out Into the moonlit night The November breezes were soft and balmy anti the shadows deep Let us leave the park to Dngmnr and her hero to the soldiers and the musicians said Yetlve There Is a broad portico here with the tenderest of memories Do you remember it night like this a month or more IIgo the moon the sentinel and some sor rows I would again stand where wo stood on that night and again look up to the moon and the solemn sentinel but not as we saw them then with heartache and evasion The balcony then without the old restrictions Lorry agreed I want to see that dark old monastery again and to tell you how I looked from Its lofty windows through the dull of wind and the chill of lire into the fair estTLn iAS czar dented man Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys rightEasylac All drtltilu beardSbesuaumbrown BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wftfift H CTI O Dqw O a P Ma i JL ro N u 1 N H In Hiitioiirni5en T wilt meet you thereI must correct you In nn hour you will fluid me there Silo left Mm retiring with her nun nnd the Countess Dagmar Lorry re malned In the hall within Ilnlfont Prince Bolaroz Mlzrox nnd Anguish I Tile conversation ran once more into tile ever recurring topic of the day Gn briels confession The Prince or Dnwsbergen was confined in time tower with his confederate Uerrowng He ports front Dangloss late In the after noon conveyed the Intelligence that the prisoner had fallen Into melancholia IJerrowag admitted to the police thai he hind stool guard at the door while Gabriel entered the princes room nnd killed him as he slept He described the cunning deliberate effort to turn suspicion to the American by leavlnj blood stains The other Dawsborgen nobles with the exception of two who had gone to the capital of their country with the news of the catastrophe remained close to the hotel One of them con fessed that but little sympathy would be fnl nt home for Gabriel who was hntrc oy his subjects Already there was talk among them of Prince Dan taa his younger brother as his sue cessor to the throne Time young prince was n favorite with the people blares was plnased with the out come of the sensational accusation and time consequent removal of complica tions which had In reality been tin pleasant to him One feature of time scene in the throiierooni was not discussed although I It was uppermost In the mln of nil The positive stand taken by 1sI princess timid her open avowal oft for the dashing American were never to be forgotten The serious wrinkles on the brow of Halfout anti tile far away expression that came frequently to his eyes revealed the nature of his thoughts The greatest problem of them all was still to be solved As they left the room he dropped be hind and walked out beside Lorry rather timidly detaining hint until the others were some distance almond You were closeted with the princess this morning Mr Lorry amid perhaps you can give me the Information I de sire She has called a meeting of the ministers and lending men of the coun try for tomorrow morning Do you know why she has Issued this rather unusual call She did not otter any ex planation to me I nm only nt liberty to say your excellency that It concerns the welfare of Graustark answered the other aft er a moments thought They walked on in silence for some distance I nm her uncle sir but I love her as I would love myown child My life has been given to her front the day that her mother my sister died You will grant me the right to ask you a plain question Have you told her that you love her Time counts face was drawn nnd white I have sir I loved her before I knew she was n princess As her pro tector It was to you that I would have told the story of uiy unfortunate love long ago but my arrest and escape prevented My love has not been will ingly clandestine and It has been In spite of her most righteous objections We have both seen time fUIlity of love however strong and pure it tray be I hurt hoped your excwlMncyl mud al ways shall She has confessed ho love to you privately naked Ilnlfont Against her will against her Judg mont sir- Then the worst line come to pass groaned the old count Neither spoke for come time They were near the root of the staircase when llalfont paused and grasped Lorrys arm Steadily they looked into each others eyes I admire you more than any man Il Lave ever known said the count uusklly You are the soS or honor ot courage of manliness But you cannot become the husband of a princess jf Graustarkl I need riot tell you that iiowevor You surely must under stand I do understand said Lorry dlz slly I am not a prince ns you are saying over nnd over again to your self In my land you will thud tilt poor man climbing to the highest pin laclo side by side with the rich man The woman I love Is u princess Until loath destroys this power to love anti to hope I must say to you that I shall not consider the Princess Yetlve be rond my reach Frankly I cannot sir The count heard him through unconscious admiration mingling with the sadness in his eyes braveryny friend he said slowly One of hem is fate As fate is not governed by law or ustom I have the best reason in the world to bops said Lorry yet mod stly I would indeed sir that you were a prince of the renlinl fervently cried tho count and Lorry was struck by the act that he repeated word for word the wish Gaspon bad uttered some ours before By tills time they were Joined by the others whereupon Grenfall hurried agerly to the balcony conscious of be- Ing half an hour early but glad of the banco afforded for reflection and solitude Voices came up from below as they did on that night five weeks ago ringing the laughter and song of hap py hearts Music swelled through the park from the band gallery from afar olr came the sounds of revelry The leoplo of Edelweiss were rejoicing over the unexpected deliverance from a fate so certain that the escape seemed barely short of miraculous Every sound every rustle of the wind trough the plants that were scattered over the balcony caused him to look 4IZllnLltu door throuch whlab air ifTTKft comMtS1J m- At last she appeared and be hasten ed to meet tier As Le took her bands in hIs she said softly dreamily looking over his shoulder toward time moun tams crest The same fair moon and smiled Into his eyes The same fair maid and the same man he added I believe the band Is playing the same nlr upon my soul I1 do Yes the same air Ln Paloran It is my lullaby Come let us walk I can not sit quietly now Talk to me Let me listen nnd be happy Slowly they paced the wide balcony through the moonlight and the shad ows her hand resting on his arm his clasping It gently Lorry talked but little she not at nil and yet they un derstood each other Why are you so quiet he asked at last stopping near the rail I cannot tell you why It seems to me that I am afraid of you she an swered n shy quaver In her voice Afraid of me I dont understand Nor do L You are not ns you were before this morning You are differ Ticy are very happy said Lorry ent yes you make me feel that I aim weak and helpless and that you car say to me Come and Go anti I must obey Isnt it odd that I who have never known submissiveness should ec suddenly find myself tyrannized she asked smiling faintly Shall I tell you why you are afraid of me he naked You will say It Is because I am forgetting to be n princess No It is because you no longer look upon me as you did In other days Yesterday you were the princess and look ed down upon the Impossible suitor to day you find that you have given yourself to him and that you do not regard the barrier insurmountable You lire afraid of me because I nm no longer a dream but a reality Am I not right Yetlve She looked out over the hazy moonlit parkYesterday I might Lave disputed all you say today I can deny nothing Leaning upon tho railing they tell into n silent study of the parade ground and Its strollers Their thoughts were not of the walkers and chatterers nor of the music nor of the night They were of the day to come I shall never forget how you said Because I love him this morning sweetheart said Lorry betraying his rellectlons You defied the whole world In those four words They were worth dying for How could I help It You must not forget that you hind just leaped Into the lions den defenseless because you loved me Could 1 deny you then Until that moment I had been time princess adamant In n seconds time your swept away every safeguard err cry battlement nnd I surrendered as only a woman can But it really sound ed shocking didnt It So theatrical Dont look so distressed about it dear You couldnt help it remem ber he said approvingly Ach I dread tomorrows ordeal I she said and he felt the arm that touched his own tremble What will they sn1 What will they do Tomorrow will tell It means n great deal to both of us If they will not submit what then What then what then she mur inured faintly Across the parade coming from the direction of the fountain Harry An guish nnd Dagraar were slowly walking They were very close together and his head was bent until it ujiost touched hers As they drew nearer the dreamy watchers on the balcony recognized them They are very happy said Lorry knowing that she was also watching thestrollersThey so sure of each other she replied sadly TO BE CONTINUED The Best Prescripilon for Malaria Chills and Fever 1Iii a buttle of drove Tote en Chill Tonic U Is simply Iton and QuI- nIne In a tasteless form No Cure No ray PrlceSOc Will Show at Owensboro Barnum tt Baileys circus will ex hibit at Owensboro Oat 10 It will beat Evansville on the Oth and at LouIs- ville on the 12 and 13th Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous Dares It surpasses any other salve 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tgox 1IEATB MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Havlnc examined your Meat and Malt withhisstate that it is an efficient nerve and blood tunic It excites the appetite and invigorates dtgaaqa and if especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all diseases attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M Louisville College of DII MEAT A MALT CO Lell fdneate POR A- SitualloL ookKeepIngBusiness PHONOGRAPHY JJj TypeWrltJngII I dddrra WILBUR R SMITH i LEXINGTON KY Forcircular of his famous and responilbta COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Exposition Refers to thousands of graduates la positions lnclodlngTatlion ptxaalfiMWThawardedtr duates Literary Cournfree If desired No T catlpn Eoternow Graduates successful omyWILBUR FARMING IN THE SOUTH The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Hallroua Company is Issuing monthly circulars concernlnu fruit growing vegetable rdoningstock raisinF dalrpIng etc In the SUItes of Kentucky Vest 7 ennesseej Mlss IsMppl and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseekvr who will forward hIs name and address tu tiro underslgned will be mauled free Circulars Nos 1 2 34 and 5 and others as they are published from month to month F W HARLOW U P A Louisville Ky THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits as follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will Issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they are worthIJrd St Opposite Court House B II POINDEXTER CashierL I SourStomach 11 i f No appetite loss of strength nervoJJ ness headache constipation bad breath t general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery reprc theyexlslwltb4the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsa but this troublesbystrengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach rII yearsKodol mlforKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only SII00 SUe holdlne 2K llmef the trW centsPrspardOOCHIOAOOit Sold by nil Druggists 5 r tj 1 k t k Breckenridge News IThe WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1003 ia I ARMY CAMP i SITE NEWS ffI Field Maneuvers to be Held at West Point are New in CountrytV i REVISED LIST OF TROOPS k tot fA ti Field maneuvers such as those contemplated at West Point are new Iint this county having had their be ginning in the maneuvers last year at Fort Riley said Col Wagner in Chicago last week They are how l ever not now in Europe dating back to the time of FrederICK the Great After the military triumphs of Prussia in the war with Austria in 1800 and with France in 18701871 autumn maneuvers became a marked featureN of the military instruction of all Eu ropean armies fn the armies of the 1great Powers these maneuvers are now held on colossal sCI11e several hun drod thousand men being not frequently assembled in each for their annual period of field training In these maneuvers the conditions under which the troops are acting are made as nearly as possible the same as those ex isting in actual war Tie opposing forces approach each other each pr- ejceded by its scouts and advance guard and the commander must ascertain from his own scouting all the infor i oration that he can get in regard to the numbers and position of the enemy plansr Jr cupying positions and preparing for at f tuck are concerned these maneuvers t do not differ materially from tnn du tt ties of actual campaign The troops 1are never allowed to aproach so closely to each other as to bring about a col tII lesion of the opposing forces They are carefully watched by umpires who Assign from time to time certain percentages of losses or rule certain or ganizations out of action There is a time in the course of the maneuvers when tne armies reach such a position III Zthat nothing but the actual use of bul I decisiond stage the chief umpire immediately i calls a halt and the relative positions of the opposing forces and the manner in which the attack and defense wereI conducted are duly noted The report i of the chief umpire is afterward read to the assembled officers and an op portunity is given for full discussion on part of all concerned The decis I ion of an umpire on the field must be accepted immediately and without question but any officer believing the decision to be unfair has the right to appeal in writing and the matter is duly considered by the commanding General The commanding General is the final arbiter of the matter and he can either accept or reject any or all of the decisions of the chief umpire II The revised list of the troops that will participate in the maneuvers to gether with their commanding officers is as follows Regular infantry First TnfantryNine companies sta tioned at Fort Wayne Detroit Fort Brady Mich Fort Porter Buffalo N YThird Infantry Eleven companies from folumbus barracks Columbus 0 Fort Thomas Kentucky Colum bia Arsenal Tenn Twentieth Infantry Four ccmpa ales stationed at Fort Sheridan lit Two troops of the Second cavalry stationed at Fort Sheridan 111 under command of Capt Gardner of the Sec ond cavalry Six troops of the Eighth cavalry from Jefferson barracks Mo Col Anderson commanding Seventh cavalryChickauiauga Park Ga nine troops Cot Mortoncom niandingFourteenth and Twentyfirst bat talions of the light artillery from Fort Sheridan Ill Capts Newcornb and Berry commanding First Infantry will be commanded by Col Duggan Third infantry by Maj Arthur William Twentieth infantry by Maj W T Wood The quota of National Guard that will be present is as follows WisconsinFirst regiment Col Falk commanding Indiana Three regiments of infantry battery of artillery Gen McKee commanding Michigan Three regiments and bat talion of infantry Gen McGurrin commandingKentuckyTwo regiments of infant ry battery of artillery artillery to serve as infantry Laxative Bromo uinine Cures a Cold inOne Day Cnp in 2 Days I on every box 25c Brother of Sirs Patton Dead Washlntgon Sept HLieut Rob ert A Caldwell of Louisville died August 17 at Manila of dysentery He enlisted at Washington City May 1 18U9 and was assigned to Troop C Fourth Cavalry Bobby Caldwell as he was called in Louisville was one of the best known and most popular young men of that city He was a son of the late Isaac Palmer Caldwell and was a brother of Architect Geo Caldwell Mr Wm Caldwell Attorney Isaac Palmer Caldwell and Mrs Geo C cityforton WAS A PRETTY HOME WEDDING Mr Charles E Keil and Miss Elizabeth W lIambleton are Married RECEPTION BY MISS MURRAY The marriage of Mr Charles Ed ward Keil to Miss Elizabeth Watkins Hambleton Thursday morning WitS one ot the prettiest homo weddings that has tarfen place In this city for several months The ceremony was solemnized at the homo of the bride at 8 oclock by Rev TF Walton former pastor of the Lucilo Memorial Pres byterian church Miss Alliene Murray and Miss Jane Hambleton acted usI bridesmaids and carried shower DO quota of brides roses The bride was becomingly gowned in a beautiful white Paris muslin A large number of friends and relatives of the con tracting parties witnessed the impres sive ceremony The bride received many beautiful wedding presents Among those were a beautiful amethyst ring and an exquisitely carved brooch made from pure lava These were among the presents pre seated by the groom Amidst a shower of rice and the well wisnes of many friends Mr and Mrs Keil left on tbe 045 train for a bridal tour in the East They will visit Mr and Mrs Ben W Wilson who were popular in Cloverport society in the fall of 1902 at Atlantic City and Mr Keils mother at Wee hawken N J After a visit to New York they will leave for their future home at Cementon Pa Last Wednesday evening Miss Al Hone Murray entertained with a seven oclock dinner in honor of Mr Keil and Miss Elizabeth Hambleton and Mr C T McCIanahan and Miss Annie A Hambleton who will be married tomorrow at the Presbyterian church The following were prospnt Misses Elizabeth W HambletonAnnle Hambleton Athena Murray Jane Hambleton and Eunice Wheeler of Vine Grove Ind Mesdames Mary Adelle Hambleton and R B Pierce and Messrs Charles Keil C T Mo Clanahan Ohm Hambleton Jas 13 Fish er and H C Murray What is Life In the lust analysis nobody knows but we know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver rouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its genuine yet thorough Only 250 at Short Haynes drug store TiredoSlee-p ldoes not rest Food does not taste good Snap energy ambitionall gone What is needed is a good food tonic One that will create an appetite help digestion strengthen invigorate and induce sound and restful sleep People thus ailing should try WALTH- ERSPEPTONIZED y PORT q The pepsin corrects the overworked digestive organs The port keeps them in this condition The combination gives strength to the whole system Two sizes 50 cts and 100 TUB WALTHEB PEPTOSIZED PORT CO Httibnrgh Pa For Sale By i A R FISHER Cloverport Ky A TALK ON MISSIONS By Mrs H B Urlnnell The subject of missions has received a great deal of attention here recently I in our churches It la n Bible doctrine which deserves our most prayerful thoughts I am reminded by the agitation of this subject of what the Epis copal church in doing in the missionary Held St Elizabeths Hospital In Shang hat China has been formally opened i It is for women and children and speaks I volumes for our churches especially ofIbeen done there as elsewhere by more than one devoted woman and it is as- a result sf their labor that the mis sion has today not only the new hos petal but the constantly growing work which made the new hospital a necessity Theres nothing picturesque about the work of those devoted woman out there any more than there is at home It means long days nml long nights too of hard and often Its heartening labor It moans a constant battle with ignorance prejudice and superstition But it menus as well the gradual COnquest of those things and of opening the doors through whim Christian faith and education may enter and so our missionaries from this and other churches are spreading the Light amid the darkness of China until this nation tray see and accept the salvation of our God The ground gained in Porto Rico is a pleasure to contemplate Our Woin an sAuxillinry DY its united offerings has contributed enough to buy a parson age adjoining the church property at Ponce Our school at Sun Juan has been enlarged and a piano aids the little Porto Rloaus to sing the praise of the Good Shepherd At Aguadllla where Columbus landed good work is pro gressing There the United States has planted the Flag in foreign shores Let us also give the Cross Its best in terpretationWest is coming in for a large share of omission work And in mission ary fields we should let nonessentials go and attend the essentials Open our arms and take in those people teaching them that they just as trulyas the white people in the United States have a Savor who loved them enough to come down to thin earth to die that they might be inheritors of the Kingdom of Heaven At Tokyo Japan souls are being saved and the Buddhist temples are falling But with all due deference to my own church and all other churches a spirit of bigotry has been responsible for some trouble in those lands and it is much to be deplored Then no one man or set of men knows definitely or In detail the exact manner of wor ship that is most acceptable Let the soul be cleansed and sublimated It is human nature to believe our choice is the right way and that others are wrong But Ood judges the motives Those who pray standing up feel a pity for those who kneel while those who Kneel experience a like sensation when they see worshipers prone IsIns all to see alike That form is best in which the soul can best express it self That position is best that fur nishes the best medium of coinirnui cation It is an hurt ble and contrite heart a soul lifted out of and IIboI the body in ecstasy that is worship Any earnest worker is a worshiper and a missionary here right at hom or in China Japan Africa Faith is tbe gift of God while forms are man made There are impostors in all churches Tnere are Phurisees in all churches but they never keep the churches up The majority of church members are sincere and earnest and they will follow that form of worship that most appeals to them and that is most satisfying to them in spite of what the opinion of another may be Let the nonessentials go and get at the essentials Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletsl cure a cold in oneday No Cure No Par Price S5n Invitation to SS Workers To the Sundayschool workers of Breckenridge county The last convention of the Hardin county Sundayschool Association for the year 1008 will be held at West Point Ky on Safurday September 19 Prof H K Taylor president of the KentncKy Sundayschooll Asso ciation Prof E A Fox State score tary and other workers prominent in tae Sundayschool cause will be pre sent A cordial invitation is extended to the Sunday johool workers of Breokenridge county Miss Lee Goodman County Secre teary Howe Valley Ky We have in our shelves many remedies for constipation and biliousness but the neverfailing commonsense cure is found only in Ramons Liver Pills and Tonlo Pellets This treatment cures by relieving the cause of the trouble The Pink Pill arouses the liver while the Tonic Pellets tone up the organs andrhealthy conditions Complete Treat menttwo medicines 25 dosesfull directions only 25c FAMILY MEDICINE I j I s use DrThachsrs Liver it Blood Syrup The Load to Uood Health Toure lIfe tben For over SI years It has been used ll1In American home 1 1 Is iaf e lure pure and eflectlre It tones up tbe system strengthens tbe muscles clears tbe complexion and stimulates the appetite The digs lion too Is aided constipation prerented and the blood puriOed It is tbe medicine for your family Dear Sin We has e used your Liver and nirod Syrup la onr family for the 1wst two years and liltI our only mnllolns iand uocwr tEE LEAN Actlocb L T perbotueWrite our consultation department and rest re fro advice Send two stamp for sample bottle THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga Tenn Malarial Weakness f the terror of strong men and delicate women takes V the joy of lifeaway and opens the system to disease Assist Nature avoid strong drugsMse gentleTreatment IVE RILLC and Tonic Pellets will help the natural form to restore perfect health feed the blood and paint the roses k on the cheeks A Treatment that actually cures without unpleasant sensations k Sample ancf DooKlet Free 0 Complete Treatment ctsrherrnrkaadCrKee III 11ooe IIstlre For Sale by Klnhrlir HrviH Hnrdlnstturir and A It Fisher rovrrnort iI THE TWO STATES BANK I TEDIiI KYIC ADAIR President PRo J II LRI VteePrwident JOHN S ADAIR Cashier IIIK DIKKCTOKS IIARDINSJ S CARhl i J THE IIIGIIEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A Your lands are absolutely safe in our bank us we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and hove the Mosler Screw Door Safe tbe only Burglar Proof sale made and the only one in the county We 5 your business whether large or small You can do your banking us by mail solicitii JOHN S ADAIR Ltu mtl llMtNliN Mt1itNtltltltl et tlsll 1WNtl ltN I First State BankJ IRVINGTON KY J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- HIIw H KEMPER Cashier of Corporations Finns and Individuals solicited iiAccounts Paid on Time Deposits iiInterestM ssasas s N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized In1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFO0T VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Atst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furbished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest pcid on time deposits N010N0 OO + ++ OO N Ii Bank of Hardinsburg f OFFICERSiiss B F BEARD DIRECTORS iMorris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iInsured against loss by fire or burglary o iInterest paid on time deposits i1 N 1 z r 4 Ii 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO tttlt I I 11tlE- ditors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over Ore lines charged Or at the rate of 10 rent per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of S Cants per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1003 i EIGHT PAGES I tThe Breckenridge News J WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1003 ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements under this hood will bo In serted and curried until the election for the sum ot is In advance It doesnt matter what party dovlee you nre running under and you be a reputable citizen you can put your announcement under this bend with the guar k antee that It will tie seen and read by every Voter In Itreckenrldge county- BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY For Circuit Court Clerk Breckenridge County- W SHERMAN BALL Nominee of the Republican Party For Represeutnttve of Breckenridge County MAT P PAYNE Nominee of the Republican Party HON D C MOORMAN Nominee of the Democratic party for reelection TURN THE LIGHT 0V THE RECORDS The following from Col W C P Breckenridce in the Lexington Herald is good timely advice and if Gov Beckham would put himself in the right light before the intelligent rignt thinking voters of the State he will certainlyI see to it that a true and reliable statement ol the facts in the case are made public The Herald saysGov Beckham undoubtedly believes the figures are accurate that he uses In his speeches and he bases this belief on his confidence in those officers who made up the list of pardons It maybe that the list is correct i but corres pondents from several counties have pointed out what is claimed to b e omissions and give the names th crimes for which the persons wer convicted the time of pardon and circumstances And this gives this opponents and especially to the Louisville Herald an apparent advantage in this debate concerning pardons that he ought not to permit It is due to his own honor and to hisI own character for franxuess to hav I those alleged omissions and I carefully examined into and have th I exact facts made public In our view the number of pardons is of com paratively small importance compared with other elements lint omission- are important They are hurtful also in other R- Epeats of this controversy Most un fortunately Joy Beokhaui and other Offioials in his oflice and that of th seoretury of state and around the executive offices have become involved in disputes and controversies with the correspondent of the Louisvill- Horala and it has alleged that th public records were not willingly and courteously exhibited that obstacles and personal assaults and other mean- were resorted to to prevent full and complete examination of these records If there be omissions in these semi ollioinl schedules it emphasizes the charges and allegations made as the reasons of these assaults- It has also been charged that in the office of the secretary of state and in the executive journals there has been negllgenie in the proper entry of par dons in the indexing of pardons and in perhaps other official duty Mistakes anti omissions give point and prominence to this charge The Herald culls attention to this because it bee lieges Oov Beckham is dealing in good faith with the people in his pub ho statements and if there be errors he is being injured when the facts cannot be of half the injury the oui missions will be Via Robertson takenhold HnrtllnsburgThus have an uptodate stable with bright rigs highsteppers and goers Vio loves a good horse He knows a good horse anti wont have any otner kind in his business We congratulate Hardlnsbnrg and the driving public Memory good thing in business and politics Nothing like complete records either The politicians are just now overhauling the poll books seeing who the voters are and locating them They are getting ready throw ing out their picket lines to rnakn an onslaught on the dear voters Watch the politician hes a slick duck I EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY Evidences uf prosperity in the gen eral acceptance of the word in Breck enridge county in both town and country are being noted by the citizens of each community with much pleasure and satisfaction and anticipation as to what the future holds for the county Some of the late crops are the best in years and the year has been a most favorable one for the farmer The railroads have had an Immense amount of traffic both pat senger and freight stOCK raising iit being carried on on a larger scale the tie and stets and other timber industries are receiving more atten tion and more attention Is being paid to the mineral resources of the county New manufacturing industries are locating In the principal towns and the merchants of every community are enjoying a more extensive trade The people are asking for more modern improvements and are realizing that they must have them If they hope to keep pace with other progres sive communities In a word every branch of business is prospering as the year draws to n close and the outlook for the material prosperity of Breck enridge county for the year 1004 is very bright and encouraging- Mr John Phelon the tobacco handler of this city says that the tobacco crop in Breckenridge county is the largest in nine years The weed is of a fine quality and size and has not been damaged by insects tnl unfavor able weather The corn crop is in an excellent condition and an im mense yield is predicted A number of facts liKe the above might be given to prove the state ments made in the opening paragraph But this step is unnecessary Attention need be called to only one more evidence of prosperity and that is the excellent financial success of the Louisville Henderson St Leu is railway during the year ending June 30 which will be found in another column ot this issue A railroad is made by the country through which it runs and the prosperity of the road may be taKen as an index to the pro press and development of that country The L H fc St L Ry Co has about 80 miles of its line in Brecken ridge county and its success may fair ly be taken as an index to the prosperity and development of the county as well as the State Concerning the success of the Hen derson Route the Louisville Post has the following to say The annual report of MrAttila Cox Hendere sabmlttedeto the stockholders of the company theopeople along the line of this road who are Interested in its success are to be congratulated upon the progress made since the reorganization of that compeer Moreover its prosper deeKentuckys itewas a river road socalled it could not be financially successful but the history of the road during the last criticssand made plain that it is a good pro party now anti that with the growth of the State its value will increase The gross earnings of the road for toeoJleratlgIexpenses in 1V08 were 57083410 against 515770 In 1000 leaving the 23160347e Olewas spent in improvements against 3704140 in 1002 leaving a net in againsts14435304 in 1002 Interest and taxes were 127000 ij 1003 and 120000 in 1002 leaving n surplus against fixed charges of 0182280 fur 1003 against 1085804 the Tear before The mileage is the same in both oases but the gross earnings per mile increased from 8742 to 4347 The operating expenses were reduced from 7410 to 7134 Toe mileage of the Henderson road is only ISO It competes with river rates It goes through a country settled long ago and yet it increases its traffic first by serving the commerce of the commu bydevelopingVhe value of snoh a road to any community is manifest There is no business so good but what it could be mad better by good advertising j I Lots of business on the branch says Lee Montgomery and It seems to be increasing daily We have had a big engine over here for more than a month and she has had all she could do to move the freight Lumber ties and produetsThere Is many n good thin lost by justbeginningabove trite saying She Is catching onto another famous saying If you dont get what you want dont quit asking Icomplimentary I State Fair which is duly appreciated and if we can find time from our applepeeling pcacb peeling preserv jug canning anti other household du ties that come In after office hours well be there These DO strenuous times especially in the matter of housekeeping no servants and poor man has to link into it But we kind er like it if we didnt we wouldnt d- uitno we are boss we aTe I Peel peel peel away For well all be at home in the morning Everybody rejoicing in the pros perty of the farmer When things go well with him they go well with all of us The farmer is the bed rock of all prosperity The farmer fetds ns all supplies the pillow on which we rest our weary heals and the covering which we draw over our coM and tired limbs The farmer dont realize it hut ho makes the world and the balance of power is in his hands Then how important it is to be a good farmer Uncle Billy Withersol Kirksnyn he is coming to the oldtiine fiddlers contest Want to hear some good old time music once more before I die anti there are a lot of other people coming said he besides myself I Know of two or three old fiddlers who are setting In practice to enter for time prizes Nothing doing in politics over at Hardimburg Nothing being said either only that Sherman Ball is very sure of his reelection from the way he talks Sherman has just sold out his interest in the livery stable and says he will now have plenty of time and money to donate to his business Will Handle Tobacco I TnQ Hcn D C Moorman Demo cratic nominee for Representative is pushing is candidacy and making many friends who will vote for him In November Mr Moorman aside from his farm ing is going to enter the tobacco business He has bought the W J Deane Jr warehouse at Glendeane and exp cts to purchase betweer 400 and 100 hogsheads of tobacco this sea son He has hundreds of friends among tne farmers who will be glad to sell to him NN NNN N N N Nti I OURI FALL OPENINGI 1 II- M i f i iflshowing the best selection of i i Staple Dry GoodsI iIn the city Every woman is interested in the Newest Fabrics for FalltO-uri stock is not yet all in but we have enough to interest you Come and t jlOOk at the goods and compare priceswfyo ti Here are Some of Our Popular Price Goods 2OCik150i blue 500 worth of Shirts and Ladies and Mens Hosiery alone will come in this week This will t i be tho best showing over made hero in this lino of goods Our trade in fens Shirts last Spring 1 jn L was very large and wo propose to double the business this Fall in the same line We will do so by ST E 4- ZZ doubling our purchase and showing the best and tho newest patterns in these t These Goods on Side goodsII Timothy Seed Red Top Collars Bridles Whips Girths Bellybands f j iiSpurs Hamestrings Lace Leather anything in leather you for Z i i JimSonNNN NN NM NNNONNNN NN N NN N N NNNN New Public Road Proposed Webster KySeit 15 Special A proposition is being considered by the people of this community to open up a public road through time Kurtz farm to Aaron Nortons and then to Walnut Grove church to intersect the Clifton Mills and Lodibnrg road at that point To Cu re A Cold In One Day AlldruKlsE W Or yes slKDaturel on each box Sfc TO HAVE COnPANY FOR DINNER WHEN YOU USE CadicksGold Flour For your baking The bread will be sweet and wholetome the pastry crisp and flaky No other results can bj expected when you use a flour like Uadlcks Gold Dust Its as perfect as 20 years experience And long berry wheat can make it Order from your grocer and be SAFE for ba- kingCdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW INDII 1W1IIIIo1tiThe greatest time of your life is in store for you at CLOVERPORTTHURSDAY THE OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Just think of those oldtime tunes Arkansas Traveler Pop Goes the Weasel Shoo Fly Dixie andmany others played by Old Timers It will be worth miles to s- eeFirst Prize 25 Cash Any white man 45 years of may enter cityForaddressCWALTER B OELZE CLOVERPORT KY of 50andDress Goods for fall 15cand green plaid Duck and polka iinstyles the Horse Backbands and SURRIES AND BUGGIES tI FOR SALEiThe undersigned having closed a deal with the Bardnett Garriage Co of Cincinnati Ohio is now ready to offer you buggies and surries at prices as low astt t the lowest quality considered Poles or shafts or sfiboth if wanted t thI Will also sell you the Banner buggy of St if f sl preferredSingle vi and double buggy harness for sale also tblPlease call and price me before buying elsewhere r JHPAYNEpasl I STEPHENSPORT KY oar ofSUI SmRo legOURwar onT Is as well equipped for attending to the repairing ofatJ Watches Clocks Spectacles EyeGlasses and Jewelry astntt lahany1 profession and can examine and fit your eyes the Qnecessary glasses as well as it can be done in any of 1tho cities Wo carry for sale a nice line of the above mentioned I articles and will be pleased to have you call and exumineredour stock before buying elsewhere Thanking you forthesonpasTmain Yours respectfully fOUl bon som marLewisare i JEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG 51 KY bloo marl the i Alar5hBoyd Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Mr Charles J Marsn to 118 Belle Bruce Boyd of New York ity at the Hotel Merle Antoinette Oct 1 Mr Marsh is well known New York lawyer Miss Boyd is the daughter of Mr Henry f Boyd New York and granddaughter of citybotmanyfrlenl1s Best quality in stripes dot 1UC I call ii NNNN coming over ago Louis t hIrBoI weof with con To be DedicatedI 5th SundayFtTime News has been informed that 1nval the Ooshen Baptist church will be credbloO Emudaybloonothat will be held on that servIcesthe 1 givebeendedicate the church When the full t program is arranged it will be pub dished in next weeks Jcane of themarts FS News I I f I a y I HTuhtsFOR Pills ifA torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces q SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu f 1 matism SallowSkin and Piles i f There Is no better remedy f or these vcommon diseases than DR TUTTS i 1 l proveTaker i t WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1003 i t Seed rye at Star Roller Mills ringsjW B Oelze Is the one that bas the 11 tablets y P D Punk went to Iowa last week ICf to bring back his family f Ferd Owen of Glendeane was In VJ town Thursday i W M McKownof Louisville was in town Wednesday Ask Weisenberger Noble about the English Kitchen Mies Lucetta Miller has accepted a position in the News office In this season of weddings W HI Oelzes store is the attraction- E G Gregory of Fenley was the J gnest of relatives here Sunday A 0 Ptafflnger of Louisville was in town last week on business Miss Nell Gregory went to Evan1 vine Monday to visit relatives Seed rye at Star Roller Mils Raymond Pate is clerking in J C Nolte dt Bras grocery department Horace Dickey spent several days tt- his home in Elizabethtown last week Miss Bessie Jarboe was the guest of Mrs Kate Mason of Cnnnolton last weekMrs Clayton Crosson came down from Louisville Saturday to visit friendsMrs childrenE G Gregory and were up from Fenley last week vlsl ting t relatives- A good box paper with envelopes to match in most any color at J D Baobages16cM and stepson Roy Crawford arrived last Tuesday even lug from Franklin 0 Miss Julia Brickey of Mattingly is clerking in V G Babbage Sons dry goods department Now is the time to sow rye for fall and winter pasture Buy the seed I f i t from Star Roller Mill Miss Marie McGavock has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Hardinsbnrg and Kirk Miss Elizabeth Robbins of Web ster will visit her son Arthur Rob bins at Skillinan next Sunday Judson Combs has secured tne ser vices of a first clnss barber and will be pleased to have your patronage Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro taho has been the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer returned home Wednesday Mrs F L Lightfoot and Miss Alliene Murray were in Hardinsburg last week on a short visit to relatives Miss Ora Alexander of Memphis formerly of this city was the guest of relatives near Hardinsbnrg last weekE E Gregory the genial cashier of the DanK of Cloverport spent Sunday with friends at Falls of RoughLew Waggoner of Hites Run whose leg was broken several weeks ago was able to he in town Wednesday on crutches The Outober Delineator now on sale at J D Babbages Contains many Interesting articles us well as all the late styles 1 SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthyspleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work I IScadfor free sample SCOTT DOWEL Chemist 4C94SJ Pearl Street New York joe and fioo all druggist tl I IFresh oysters at the English Kitch i en Regular meals and lunches sewed at all hours at the English Kitchen Ode Young of Morgnnfleld was the guest of his sister Mrs Chris B Skilhnan Saturday Miss Lizzie BlaKe is having a cottage bUilt on the Newton lot on the corner of Second and Main streets Yon can get a cup of tine coffee at the English Kitchen for 5 cents and a beef steak from 10 to 15 cents and a regular meal for 20 cents Rev and Mrs J F Vines went to Olendeane Friday to spend several days with friends Rev Vines preached at the Baptist church there Sunday Chas B SMllman left Saturday for Owensboro where he joined a party that will go up Green river this week with Dr Hugh Kiinbley of Owensboro in his handxoire pleasure launch They will be gone about a weeK BRANDENBURG Mrs U H Casperke spent last weeK in Elizabethtown Mrs James Bland Is able to sit up after an attacK of malarial fever Mrs Fannie Helrastetter returned Tuesday to Leltchtleld via West Point A 0 Lewis and son Leon spent last week with his brother J W LewisMiss B nlah Halo has returned from Indian Territory to finish out her Kentucky visit Miss Mary Lewis and Leon Lewis were guests of Mr Patterson and lamily last week Tempe Simmons family left Tues day for Frankfort to live They were good citizens and will be mised The foundation for the vestibule of the Baptist church is laid There will be several memorial windows Donald Dowden is at home from Cloverport with a carbuncle on his arm which disables him very much The young people met with Miss Tennessee Hambleton last Saturday afternoon and organized a missionary band Mrs H B Grinnell and daughter Miss Hattie are spending several days with Mr and Mrs Thomas DittoMrs Nell Malin returned to Jeffer sonville Friday accompanied by her grandmother Mrs C C Fairleich ana her aunt Mrs J M Hardin who returned home Monday Republican Speakings Col W B Belknap will speak at Owensboro Sept 24 and 25 and at Leitchfield Sept 23 and Hartford Oct 1 The Hon E T Franks will speak at Hardlasburg Oct 10 at 1 p m For lvllle Oct 17 at 1 p m Hartford Oct 13 MAT P PAYNE Republican Nominee for Representative- We present to our readers n very good likeness of Mat P Payne the Republican nominee for Representa tive He is a son of the late Robert Payne and Nancy Scotti Payne and was born Junanry 27 1804 He has lived nil his life on a farm on the Louisville road about half way between Hardinsburg and Garfield His education was obtained in the coinmonschools of the county and at the High School of Hardinsbnrg Entering the ranks of the teachers he taught for three years He then commenced farming which he has followed ever since Mr Payne has teen very successful in his occupa tion and is known as one cf the most progressive and prosperous farmers and ousiness men of the county He has never been an office seeker the nomination for Representative came to him unsolicited and he was the unanimous choice of his party He is a genial clever and sociable man and a fine mixer and because of these qualities he in making a splen did candidate He is conservative fairminded and possessed of sound judgment and such a man always attracts the business element and the independent voter He is a clean man and if elected his conduct at Frankfort would not be worse than his habits on his farm His friends are confidently predicting his election by a comfortable majority HARDINSBURG Robt Ball spent Sunday in Clover port Gus Brown was at Irvington last Saturday I Dr Jas C Bush of Canneltoti is here this week Win Smith of Cloverport was in the city Monday Hon D C Moorman of Hlcndeaue was in town Monday Herbert M Beard was a visitor at Cloverport Sunday Dr P W Foote of Bewleyville was in town Saturday Miss Eva L Hensley has returned home from Petoskey Mich Mrs Eliza Jolly of Irvington is visiting Mr and Mrs Win Beard Mr R S Skillinan will go on the road this week with a line of jewelry Richard Morris of McDaniels is visiting Mr and Mrs M L Kinche Joe Mies Lelia McGary entertained her friends at ner home on Monday even ingMrs Mary Lewis of Texas is the guest of her aunt Miss Tula C Dan ielQuarterly court was in session last Monday with Judge Miller on the benchDr Paul Demster and wife of Glendenne were in the city last Wednesday Attorney V G Brtbbage of Clover port was here last Wednesday on le gal business Miss Judith E DeJarnette leaves this week for Nashville to attend Del non College Marcus L Klncheloe attended the funeral of Mr Norton at Freedom last Sunday- H H Kemper of Irvington cash ier of the First State Bank was in the city Thursday Miss Bessie Rcketts of Union Star was the guest of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard last week The Teachers Association of the 5th magisterial district will meet at Custer next Saturday Sept 10 Now is the time to sow rye for fall and winter pasture Buy the seed from Star Roller Mills Cloverport KyNotice I am prepared to do repair work of all kind Bring In your watches etoW B Oelze Clover port Ky The Rev W B Calvert of the M E church left Monday for Coving ton here he will attend his annual conference Drs Hendricks and Parks of Web ster attended the meeting of the County Medical Society held here last week The foundation of the new Meth odist church is about completed and the rest of the building will be put up rapidlyMr Wethington and son Ev erard left today for their home in Casey county after a pleasant visit to their uncle W R Wethington and his family The public school commenced Monday Prof W W Whalen is the prin cipal and Miss Maude Smith is the assistant The number of pupils en rolled was 75 Morris and Theodore Paul returned to their home at Balltown yesterday after several weeks visit to their grandparents W R Wethington and Joseph Tanl The members of the M E church held an all day meeting here Sunday with dinner on the ground Many visitors from West View and Fair View were present Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Miss fpieiI ClassMEATS MEATSFor Occasions I Fred MayC- ity Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY t T if Mifh 2 lII Jon HALE upright1ekerand partlculars add res Ed O heard admr1- 11I third Avunuu Louisville Iyh WANTFIlOLI FEATHERS H 10IHESTcash price paid for nil kinds of MlliimtnantheywillFort SALE FOiL SALESCO hushols Rood old white corn to Mrs L T Ilobtrtii Roberts Hot torn or mall at Stuphunsport Ky FOIl SALE IIALEI HAY baledZFOR SALESEWING MACHINE For Sale Second hand sowing Machine In KOO running order i10 lots It Hurrvor youll miss a iiarKiiln JNO n HAIIHAUK Clovurport KyFOU SALE A head Shorthorn and foiled DurhamoiJ cows and hulfers To reduce my herd sale LOreenIIIIIN Thtyuro4 deep red young Tolled Durham bulls TFOR SALE PRINTING Tresses and Cutting machines and one lot of cood laundry machines UasollneEnilinesIAHTIN StreetLouisvilleMONEY TO LOAN LIFE In unince Policies bought for cash or wrllltoJatlawBerkshire and B Pr Rocks FOR SALE nllInrrtdPlymouth t04iaoEIlIlSInJOHN lS KUSTEH No Creole Ohio Co Kv WANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOWL D ADI DISON ADDISON KY Alice Baker Minnie Murray and Messrs W S Ball and H DeH Moor man attended the recital nt Glen deane last Wednesday State of Ohio City of Toledo I IssLucas county i Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney 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 1860 A W Qleason Notary Public Halls Catarrah Cure is taKen inter nally 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 75c Hnlli Family Pills are the best A Little Early to Talk GLOVESYou HANSENS RAILROAD GLOVES WITH Arc particularly adapted for all Railroad work Union made and bear the Union Label Nude of tough Horse hide that will not crack peel or shrivelup from heat lie inforcedat every needed point Perfect it fit and have b equal for durability TRY A PAIR NEXT JCNOLTEBROMASONIC KY llr L CHRISTIANPresident JNO D BABBAGE lce President or- WITHOUT GAUNTLETS nob TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT rn Isecretary1 BOARD OF DIRECTORS M L CHWSTIAN ROY CKAWFOIII P D PLANKI JNO D IIAIIIIAOE J C NOLTE V V V ClOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE CO INCORPORATED A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work intike Castings and any other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop Will Open For Business About October 1 f Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED I SME- I will sell at Public Auction at my former home near Irvington o- nMonday Oct 12 03 all my household and kitchen furniture farm implements stock etc consisting of Cattle Horses Hogs Corn Oats and Orchard grass Seed Also a Thoroughbred Hereford Bull one of the best animals in the Country Terms made known on day of Sale There will be free conveyance at Irvington for all par ties who come by rail to attend the sale D W Henry the well known and popular auctioneer will cry the sale JOHN L HENRYIrv- ington Ky I qfrr a Ui The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1003 NEW ELECTRIC RAILWAY LINE Branch Road of Kentucky Trac tion Co to Run Through Cloverport MAIN ROAD THROUGH COUNTY Louisville Ky Sept DThe Ken tucky Traction Company yesterday amended its articles of incorporation increasing the capitalIIIItoeK it way issue to 6000000 and the amount of indebtedness it may incur to the same anoint This line proposes to build within M snort time a line along the Elghteenth street road to the mouth otI Salt river which is a distance eighteen miles from the city Later it intends to construct a line from that point to Bowling Green and Nash ville with branchs to Owensboro and Hopklnsville President Joshua Pow ors of the United Status Trust Co said yesterday that arrangements haw been completed by which the road will be financed The work of construction however will not begin until the legal light being made by City Attorney Henry L Stone on the ordinance rec ently passed by the General Council giving the road its right of way into the city is finally settled The survey has been completed from here to the mouth of Salt river A general survey has ben made of the rest of the proposed road Route of Proposed Line The route which will be followed by the road is given in the amended ar ticles of incorporation as follows The termination of the line will be nour the earner of Center and Jeffer son streets It will traverse the route grunted by the General Council to Eighteenth street and the city limits thence extending in a southwestern direction along the Eighteenth street road through Valley Station Meadow L awn and Riverview to the mouth of Salt river a distance of about eigh teen rules The amendments permit the use of either the route as given or else one running from the intersection of Seventh street and the city liinlta along the Seventh road to its intersec tion with the Eighteenth street road and then ont the latter road to tne mouth of SnIt river From the month of Suit river the route of the proposed road is given as follows Across Salt river to West Point and thence through hUrtlin and Meade counties to Rock Haven in Jlenfto county from thereto Dig Spring in that county and thence through Breckenridge and Urnyeon counties to Lietchfield tern Leitchfield it will run through Ed monton nnd Warren conn ties to Bow ling Green thence southwardly 00111 tinning through Warren und Simpson comities from Franklin to tune Tennna see State line N distance of about 180 miles From the State line it ii pro Did1HUDto NubvllleTo Karneli Line TtuneiiiHII The amendment provides also for a THE FIRST LESSON That the voung girl has of womanhood is not selilotn a painful ore She learns to know what headache means and back ache sad sometimes is sadly borne down by this new experience of life All the pain and misery which young girls commonly experience at such a time may in almost every instance be entirely pre vented or cured by the use of Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription It establishes regular ity It tones up generalhealth cures headache backache new ousneea and other COllie queitces of womanly weakness or unease I received your lever wore time ago with advice about your wonderful medicine write Mlu Stella Job n on of in Brady btreet Dayton Ohio I wan trouliklt with severe pain every month wheu I wrote to you fur advice After receiving your utter and following its direr hunt I am now happy to wy that after the years of nnt M fcunVriug I have not had any pain MIKC first using your Favorite Precrlp lion uax induced through a friend to write to you and follow our kind advice I thank God sod 11 IC V l tierce for the health I now enjoy I liij urge other women wbo suffer at I did to Uti your medicine Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Ac cept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Weak slid sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter fret All correspondence iis held as strictly private soil sacredly confidential Address Dr K V Pirce Buffalo N V FitLY Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Advisor isi sent free on receipt ofilampe to pay expense of mailing 0111 Send 21 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stomps for the cloth bound volume Addro Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V n IMDIGESTIOMI ach trouble Thedfords Black Draught did me more good In one week than alt the doc tors medicine I took In a year MIlS SARAH E 8IIIRPIBLD ElletUvllle Ind Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates the no tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion IfOU will take a small dose of Thed fords IBlack Dniucht occa sion My you will keep your stonih and liver in per fect condition THEDFO- RD5BLACKDRAW More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Theforos BlackDraught not onlyI rel- ieveR constipation butcuros diarrboaa and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All driggiit sell SScent packa- geThedfords Black Draught is the best medi cine to regulate the bowels 1 have ever used MRS A M OU ANT Sneads Ferry N c CO115TIIATIOf1branch Monde county through Cloverport in Breckenridge county Hawesvillo in Hancock county and through Davl ess county to Owensboro Another branch is authorized to he built from Bowling Green through Russell ville and Elkton Hopklnsville Thecom pony is empowered to issue 5 per cent bonds for a period not exceeding fifty yearsThe amendment IS signed by the original stockholders consisting of John F Kellnor H S MoNutt W L Weller Jr E M Coleman F H Hurrman Philip Ackeruian Joseph G Sadie awl Charles P Duhler Each owns six and onefourth shares of stockMr Charles P Denier said yester tiny that it was not toe companys in tention to attempt the construction of the entire line between here and Nashville immediately- We are in shape already to build the road from here to West Point ne said After that is completed we will then arrange to construct another section and so on until we complete it We are setting forth what we in tlI to do In our amended charter now in order to get the preliminary details all arranged For a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets And a quick cure is certain For tale by Short Haynes Bradly Declined to Speak William O Bradley former Gover nor of Kentucky declined a pressing invitation from the Republican man ager to speak at Munfordville Saturday on the occasion of the formal opening of the partys campaign Mr Bradley grounds hia declination on the tale of his health but there is a basis for the belief that he has additional reason It U no secret that tile man ner in which his candidate Mr A E Willson was run over by the machine greatly displeAsed him and that the ticket nominated by the convention did no enthuse him at a party man R N Miller Wants His Pay Frankfort Ky Sept 9 Attorney W H Julian has received from Ren ben K Miller formerly of Brecken ridge county but now of the Ken tuckv colony in Indiana a claim for service as corporation clerk in the de partment of Secretary of State from March to June 1000 Several such claims have been plaid under decision of the court of Appeals Examine Your Twenties The secret service has reported a new counterfeit j0 lank note on the Mechanic National bank of New Bedford Mass The senee is that of letsi check letter B charter No 713 and signed Bruce register Wyman treasurer of the United States It is n good photograph on plain paper with no fiber The iiumbera seal and panel of the back are tinted with thin colors n If constipated or bilious call for Ramons Pills and be certain our clerks gives1 you the genuine Ramons Complete treatment 25 doses 85c- BR Fleet of Coal At the Pumpkin Patch near Louis ville there Isi now gotheied together one of the largest fleets of coal which will oven be seen It is larger by sev eral million bushels tnan line over been In the same place before Over 800 000000 bushels of the black dia monds are piled up there on barges waiting sufficient water to take it South ROAD IS IN- FINE SHAPE Report of President Cox Shows Increased Earnings for L llStLRy MANY IMPROVEMENTSI MADE The annual report of President At tilla Cox of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad was made pub lic Thursday The gross earnings tor the year ended June 80 were 803547 an Increase of 112488 over the preceding year The net earnings were JWlG J The road is in excellent con dition During the year toe president report the following improvements have been made Four hundred tons of steel rails have been laid and tai miles of side tracks have been built 55 045 cross ties have been renewed three freighthouses a baggage house and one sectionhouse have been built all necessary repairs have been made to bridges tracks etc onelocomotive has been added and the motive power it in good condition The passenger equipment has been increased by one car fifty new coal cars were added and eighteen old cars have been re built The shop buildings are in good condition The president sug gents that new passenger equipment is needed The passenger earnings for the year were 282178 compared with 1259289 last year The directors of the road will meet in a few weeks to elect officers It is probable tnat the incumbents will be reelected The directors will probably authorize many improvements in the passenger equipment the branch of the road most in need of attention The earnings and expenses were die tributed as followsEARNINGS Passenger f282 187 85 Freight 483788 72 Mail 20587 80 Express 15000 00 Miscellaneous 1138 70 Total 303647 57 EXPENSES Maintenance of way and structures 1100579 00 Maintenance of equipment 90832 15 Conducting transportation 350020 98 General Expenses 29811 42 Total 570854 10 Net earnings 281008 47 Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Pav- ans Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At length tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifiers Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kid nay troublos and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only iOu Guaranteed by Short S Hanyes DruggistsTo Papered Institute Week The ceiling in the four large rooms of the public school building will be repaoered during the week beginning Sept 93 when the teachers will at tend the Institute at Hardmsburg The paper was damaged by rain when the roof of the building was remodel ed Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulness disappear when diseasedKidney trouble become prevalent uncommon afflicted child often scalds when child reaches an when should control passage afflicted bedwetting depend upon difficulty kidney trouble should towards treatment unplaaJllnttroublekidneys bladder habit supposeWomen erable kidney bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot realized druggists In fifty one dollar may a sample bottle In H ana soon the kid neys are out of order or has so that It Is not for a child to be born with weak kid neys If the urln ates too If the urine the flesh or If the age It be able to the It is yet with It the cause of the Is and the first step be the of and and not to a as men are made mis with and is soon It Is sold by cent and sizes You have by mail SrnuljvllootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlori this paper IChillmersSwamphoot ou every bottle 2 TRAGEDY AT DEANEFIELD Town Marshall Ouess Formerly of This County Wounded and E Phillips Killed Owensboro Ky Sept 9A spe cial Illinois Central train bearing John Guess the Marshal of Deanefield arrived here at 180 oclock this morn- Ing Guess line a load of shot in his knee cap and is being taken to the City Hospital Eugene Phillips hes dead at Deanetield as a result of being shot by Guess after ho had been wonninded the knee Phillips had been drinking all the afternoon He participated in a tight with Charles Thornton and hit him over the head with a hammer A warrant was taken out for his arrest and placed in the hands of luesslj Shortly after 7 oclock he started for the home of Phillips which is a mile and a half from Deauefleld He had I not gone far until he met Phillips cOIn- Ing along the road He ordered him to I halt but Phillips threw Ins shotgun I to his shoulder and fired The load of shot struck Guess in the knee and I knocked him to the ground Guess had his revolver out and tired Phil lips fell dead in his tracKS He was a married man with several children Guess Is also married and is well known in this section of the State Guess injured limb had to amputated Wednesday morning He formerly lived in Breckenridge county and is well known here 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 so 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 HEROISM IN WOMEN Whenever a woman does some cour ageous act not strictly in line with womans ordinary conduct men has ten to pay her tribute If she Hags an imperilled train tak es a gun to a burglar or smashes a masher we at once go into high pan egyrics over her heroism In the impulse of enthusiastic admiration we magnanimously admit that women may be as brave as men At the head of this type of womanly intrepidity stands the famous Ida Lewis Wilson the heroine of Lime Rock Lighthouse who has saved a score of lives in adjacent waters Close to her in the admiration of the public are time noble women who go as nurses to the battlefields and fever infected places These are brave women indeed and admiration for them is genuine and irresistiblebut is the selection of such instances as these as types of womanly heroism fair to women in generalNot women are lighthouse Keep erStMost of them are homeKeepers Are we to ignore the heroism with which they perform their everyday task t t- All praise to the noble nurses who go to the fever spots and heroically stay to tne endbut what of the mill ions of mothers wives sisters sweethearts I who would die rather than be dragged from the bedside of their dy ing dear ones Who has ever counted the hours that the mothers of the world have spent in lonely vigil when despair pressed upon them and closed round about them like a midnight gloom 1 How often have you heard of a mother that failed or forgot or fal teredDid T you ever know one who would not give all but hope of heaven to save the life that had flickered down to a tiny spark These things are so common that we take no notice of them We are so used to heroism in wom en that we think nothing about it un til it presents itself in some unusual form Cincinnati Po- stFOLEYSIONEYzwTAR stopstHo cough and heala lungs n n Will Sail For Porto Rico Frankfort Ky Sept 0Judge W H Holt of Porto Rico is the guest of friends here He will sail for Porto Rico on September 20 A Purgative Pleasure If you over took DeWltta Little Early Risers for biliousness 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 unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone und strength to the tissues und organs In volved W H Howell of Houston Tex says No better Pills can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by All Druggists Lc 0 w INCI1ETERNEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Give these shells a thorough trial and you will find them to be as nearly perfect as experience ingenuity brains and equipment can make them They are made with the Winchester patent corrugated M head which has made Winchester II Leader and II Repeater Smokeless Powder Shells so popular and satisfactory Winchester f FactoryLoaded II New Rival Shells are thoroughly waterproof and are loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of powder shot and wadding which makes them uniform and reliable Shoot Them and Youll Shoot WellI via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis 1J first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets t Half the One =Way Rate plus 200 i 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 home town tTbeCottont you our handome Illustrated booklet Domes In the Southwest and IThrough Texas With a Camera- L I G SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W LA DEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Moii Ii i NtitlNViN aNlti RiNN NNNNiN NtaitBN ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 5 CHEAP RATEStxwIsvllle to New Orleans La Jackson Mss Vicksburg Miss and Intermediate points and rl1tnrn5H Houston Tex Hruumont Tex Lake Charles La and lutermiillate Ipoints 18 Proportionate rates from other points Sept is find October 20 190 J Only Line running through Personally Conducted Ex- cursIon i Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA und TEXAS to on I BEST LINE TO SPRINGS ARK Folders Desrrlptlvi Matter of the Springs Circulars descriptive of Lands In the South through tickets apply to railroad agent or address W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky I- tifHf j CN INNiNNNiNiNHiNfaNi t t ti Ir rMEFor iOfn the wonderful possibilitiesI of the new country just being opened u- pBEAUTIFUL INDIAN TERRITORY Onr booklet giving full information concerning Indian allotments settlements by Whites coal and mineral lands and agricultural and manufacturing opportunities forwarded on request ONE FARE PLUS 200 FOR THE ROUOD TRIP 1st 3rd Tuesdays in each Month Geo H Lee GPA G D Bacon G P A f Liiile Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 i Pretty Close to Kentucky Mr W L Taylor and two daugh ters spent three days last week out at Mr Riley Huffmans In Spencer coun ty just over the line from Perry It might be well to say that Taylor is the same man who is charged with the murder of Wm Goebel at Fraukfdrt Ky some years ago He lives In In dianoplis Cannelton Telephone Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha 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 Bright a disease disagreeable odeof the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardischarges appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea iut to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that reels other treatment f1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky L Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect the Southwest First and Third Tuesdays In each month HOT For and and and nearest = F new Etc all N NM iNN INNNINN- I I 116 OLLARS I j from LOUISVILLE ToJTEXASARKANSAS OKLAHOMA and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURN I VIA TilE POPUL- ARHendersonI Route 11- I DATES OF SALE I September 15 1903 I October 20 1903 X RETURN LIMIT 21 DAYS ASK US FOR INFORMATIONt E M WOMAOK G1M GARRETT City Possr Agt Traveling PassTAgt L J IRWIN 1 den Passenger Agent Louisville Kyfr r1 t r y r 4 a7 Tr 1 w r I iqs rr The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1003 r THE BIG STATE FAIR Will Draw Thousands to Owens borp September the 21st 26itho- I l 4 rr 20000 in Cash Premiums and Many of tlje Countrys Best c Amusement Shows Free LOW RATES ON RAILROADS j IrThe biggest State fair ever held South of the Ohio river will be open j e ed at Owensboro the hustling little Western Kentucky city on Monday September 21 lasting throughout the it week Cash premiums amounting to over 20QOO will be distributedi for J1 the best exhibits of agricultural pro IF ducts and livestock fowls pigeons IiIihares and the handiwork of the women of Kentucky or of other States I amuseII ment shows that the county affords for ii Fair purpose Including many feats of daring never before seen in this State In fact the State Fair will he al 1p fmost on the proportions of a great exI i position and those who win premiums t may well feel proud of the hrnor be l sides the financial benefits derived 1 SOME OF THE PREMIUMS I 5400 for Beef Cattle 1600 for Dairy Cattle f4200 forHoises tSOO for Mules and Jack Stock 1200 for Swine 1300 for Sheep 1000 for Poultry Pigeons and Belgain Hares 750 for Womens Department 4000 for other Exhibits SOMFOE THE FREE ATTRACTION The Famous Dr Carver Broncho Johns Wild West Show l High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich Races I J iHorse Raoing no betting Foot ball for State Championship Exhibition of Educated Horses Cham pion Cake Walker of the World Kurkamps Fine Military Band Con certs Dare Devil Schryer the world rev nowned high diver will appear every afternoon in his wonderful high dive binycle act the first time ever preseu ted in the State He rides down a steep incline GO feet above ground at the lower end jumps from his wheel and dives into a shallow tank 103 feet from the base of the chute This is one of the most thrilling and dangerous feats ever enacted by any person This attraction alone is worth twice the price of admission to the fair h All railroads entering Owensboro have granted a rate of one fare and 25 cents extra for the round trip The L H St L will run excursions from Louisville to Owensboro and return on Tuesday Thursday and Friday leav ing Louisville at 7 a m and arriving at Owensboro at 10 a m Returning the train leaves Owensboro at G p m and reaches Louisville at 0 p m The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine is always better than i a counterfeit but the truth of this I statement Is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated f than when yon compare the genuine i DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W r S Ledbetter of Shrevesport Lat says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured me ItFor blind bleeding itching and protruding piles no remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists Bankers are In Session The Bankers Association of Kentucky in session at Hopkinsville today and It ItIs continue all day tomorrow This evening there will be a grand banquet at Hotel Latham where the session is being held This is the associations eleventh annual meeting CASTORIAitI f The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- iBignattuOf a b In Memorlam- To Rev and Mrs Vines of Clover port in deep sympathy in the recent loss of their little Infant girl By their friend Wm Henry Fitzger ald Sadness is sweet if in that sadness given There lingers just a little toncn of leaVen As sunset splendor in Its golden light Sweetens and charms the advent of the night Sweet Babe departed brief thy mornI i ing sun But neer can one forget the Angel One The little life a tiny bud as fair As eer our Fathers golden lands did bear Thou earnest to go but visions still appear Of the rich days Loved One when thou wast here Like some bright ray that broKe thrc Heavens rift And filled our lives with wine Gods Summer gift Our years shall break in songs before unsung Thy absence shall forever have a ton gue For thon shalt call out from the voice ful sKies These waiting trusting hearts ti I Paradise Louisville Ky Aug 80 IOCS I Cancer Cured by Blood BalmMl Skin and Wood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effect ually cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supper ating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive discharges from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sore and Mrs Guerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm Also 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 Drug gists 1100 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 reinarKable remedy as Botanic Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deep seatetl blood diseases Pitchers Nearly 100 Years Old Miss Anna E Hawes Tr of this citydaughter of Mrs Edith L Rioney nee Hawesjnnd John W R Hawes deceased is the owner of two old pitchers which her great uncle John Taylor nephew of President Z H Taylor gave to his sister Anna on her marriage to Theodore Haves and who was Miss Anna E Hawes grand mother Mr John Taylor bought tne pitchers in Paris France while pass ing through that city during his trav els abroad The pitchers are about seventyfive years old of beautiful design and hand painted FOLEY HONEYAWTAR Cures Colds I Prevents Pneumonia Two Big Schemers Caught Washington Sept 0One of the per sons indicted yesterday by the Federal grand jury in connection with the postal investigation Is George W Beavers formerly chief of the Division of Salary and Allowances It is under stood that the charge is conspiracy Another of thA indictments is against August W Maohen on a new set of facts involving him with Beavers The charge is conspiracy You Know What You Are Taking When you take Droves Tasteless Chill Ton ic because the formula is PlaInly printed on every bottle showing 1 ho simply Iron curtSoOov Beckham May Open Fair The prospects are that Qov Beckham will formally open the second annual Kentucky State fair at Owensboro on Monday September 21 At any rate the officials of the fair and his cam paign managers will request that he be there on that day and he has never yet refused to come to Daviess county In addition to the invitation to Gov Beckham to open np the fair all of the nominees for State offices of both par ties will also be cordially invited to attend Good Roads Association Last week at New Albany Ind the Southern Indiana Good Roads assooia tion was organized Officers for the en suing year were elected and presidents from all the counties of Southern In diana were selected J i1 Falkner was chosen as president from Perry county across the Ohio nver from Breckenridge and Hancock counties M PROGRAM Of the SundaySchool Convention to be held at Nortons Valley Sept 19 10 00 Devotional ExercisesRev W A Hynes Welcome Addres Miss Stith Response SoU Dow ll 1080 The Superintendent W J Piggott 1040 Song The Sunday School its teachers and their work Mrs S P Parks Discussion1100The Sunday school as an agen cy for goodRtI J T Lewis Song 11 SO Report of Schools Appointment of Committees 1200Noon Recess Afternoon Session 100Song and Praise Service 120 Home Department Evergreen Sunday SchoolT J Jolly- 140Decision DyIrs Eliza Jolly Song155Five minutes Pleas for 1 What the Sunday School can do for the HomeO C Smith 2 What the Home can do for the Sunday schoolDr S P Parke- D What both cnn do for the child Rev E Graves 210 Value of Early Training Thos J Cain 2rldongConference on Future work led by Mrs S P Parks 1 Sunday School week 2 HonsetoHonse Visitation 8 Duty of Visitors 4 How to win opposing Pastors and Superintendents 5 What is our duty to Churches and Communities without Sunday Schools 6 How awaken local interest in the Convention t 7 What permanent records should be kept by Dieelec Song945What s the greatest hinder ance to my school By the delegates led oy L 0 Dowell 300 Reports of Committees Reading of Minutes Otner Business Song and BenedictionT Pres Nan Lyddan Sec Has 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 sod a pile of it and can recom mend it highly Joseph MoElhiney Linton Iowa Yon will find his remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by Short te Haynes Peculiar Accident While on his way to Henderson from this city Mr C R DaviJsou was se verely hurt while passing the station at Alattingly on the noon train yester day Mr Davidson took the train at this place and wishing to communi cate with some friends at Mattingly he was forced to throw a note out of the window a4 the train does not stop at that place hila in the ace of throwing the note out his arm struck the mall crane The train was trav eling about forty miles un hour The arm was severelly lacerated and strained although no ones were broken He did not secure medical aid until tne train reached Henderson Owensboro Inquirer About Mussel Shells There are few who know how mussel shells are secured a trot line con tainina from ICO to 200 lines Is placed in the water and stretched from two boats or skiffs On the end of each se parate line is a straight wire which is grasped and clung to by the shells un tit they are knocked off into the boat Two lines are wonted at once and from fifty to ISO shel s are taken in each raiseSomeof the old shell fishers down the river about Cloverport and New Amsterdam earn from 2 GO to 1100 each day besides pearls that are often foundin the shells Louisville Times Just So They Have the Holes Drilling machinery will arrive here this week in charge of a crew who will at once go to work putting down ahole for oil It is not known where work will be gin or who is doing the putting up for the going down but it matters little just so the prospectings continues We will at least always have the holes with us Hawesville Plaindealer Reunion Falls Through The proposed reunion of Federal and Confederate soldiers for this city is dead There was not sufficient enthu siasm to raise the necessary amount of money The former soldiers of Cannel ton have take np the matter and will attempt to have one over there HawesvUIe Plaindealer J d ghJQftfIVlLlEd A Notable Young Woman Miss EMMA WELLER who Is Secretary of the Young Peoples Christ ian Association at 1818 Madison Aver cw York City Your Favorite Prescription is a boon to sick and tired women for it cures them when other medicines fail I know whereof I speak for I have had experience with it For four teen months I had constant headaches seemed too weak to perform my daily duties and when the day was over I was too tired to sleep well I suf fered from nervousness and indigestion and everything I ate distressed me Doctored with different physicians but received no relief After read ing one of your books I decided to give yourIFavorite Pre scription a trial Am very glad I did for I found it was just what I wanted I commenced to improve at once and kept getting better until after seven weeks I was entirely cured I have remained in per MORNING STAR AS HOTEL The steamer Morning Star will be sent down to West Point in n few days und put in readiness to do service as H refreshment and lodging boat Though the boat will not be needed until September 20 the Louisville Evansville Packet Company wants it to be at West Point before the river has a chance to full and make the trip- impssiable Dr James V Prewitt of West Point was in Louisville today and so cured the boat from Col W W Hite of the packet company The Morn fog Star can accomudate 114 lodges in its state rooms and can feed eighty four people at a time A big cprps of cooks will be taken along and first class meals provided for 00 cents Staterooms on the boat will cost gl The use of the boat was obtained on the petition of seventyfivt residents of Hardin count Dr Prowitt presen ted it to Col Hlte this morning Two boats were asked for but onlyone could be promised The packet company will run excursions if the stage of riv r permits but the water is generally too low at this time of the year Louisville Post Stomach Trouble I have been tronoled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield ln8sA few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a a box of these Tablets You are cer tarn to be pleased with the results Price 25 cents For sale by Short Haynes A Blow to Hawesville If the plans are carried out by the men wno have recently acquired 400 acres of fine land around Tell City landing just below this city it will undoubtedly be a hard blow to Hawes yule says the Plaindealer- It is stated on good authority that the scheme is to have u switch constructed from near Petrie to the Ohio river and organize a free ferry from Tell City to the terminus or the switch The object of the switch is to give the manufacturing interests of the Hoosier city a better tariff rate for their shipments- A large number of the lower bottom people go to Tell Cityi now and a con venient and free ferry would do the rest OAfl TORIdBears the I Bfgnaturej of cQSBought feet health ever since and remain a firm friend of your I Fa vorite Prescription Yours very truly Miss EMMA WELLER from teller to Dr fierce o The woman who suf fers from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organs whether she realizes it or not is being slowly but surely tortured to death She suffers almost continu ally with sick headache She has pains in the back what she calls stitches in the sideIand shooting pains where She experiences draggingdown becomes weak nervous and despondent If she physicianchance in ten that he will hit upon the real cause of her trouble He will at tribute her had feelings to stomach liver heart or nervous trouble A woman in this condition should consult some eminent anti skilful specialist who has had a wide experience Dr R V Pierce for rhvsician gical Institute at Buffalo N Y has with the assistance ora staff of able physicians prescribed for many thousands of women He used most frequently a wonderful medicine for ailing women which he afterward put up in ready to ue form and called it Dr Pierces Favorite lre scription It has stood the teat for thirty years It acts directly on the delicate and important organs con cerned in wifehood aud motherhood making them strong and well It allays inflammation heals ulceration soothes pain and tones anti builds up the nerves It transforms weakI nervous women into healthy happy wives and mothers oI-lI was an invalid for over a year with change of life writes Mrs C Smith of Orr Cascade Co Mont Had pains across the pit of my stomach and such extreme weakness I could hard ly walk I took one bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and five of his Fa vorite Prescription and am en tirely well 0crywithfrom the pains and tortures of diseases peculiar to their sex A million more = g j I r i 11 PIKE Mgr suffer in silence rather than subject themselves to the abhorrent and hu titillating examinations and local 11 Female weakness can be cured surely speedily without exposure with slight leaving your own home Dr tierces Favorite Prescription will cure any disorder or disease of the organs distinctly femU nine Perhaps its greatest usefulness is in preparing women for the ordeal of childbirth Taken during the ex pectant period it practically eliminates pain and danger at the time of parturition Write Dr Pierce for advice and you will receive an immediate answer and without cost to you All strictly confidential We also advise all women who suf fer great pain at each recurring period to take a good vegetable laxative such as Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets just previous to this time as constipation is usually an aggravating feature of the trouble Dont allow the druggist to sell you something just as good because its cheaper The cheap kind has not the thousands of cures to its credit that Dr Pierces medicine has 0 Mist CARRIE SFREClfRR of Mowers Morris lilt write Donor R V Pierre as follows I was back in my old home when your letter came I will try and explain regarding the good I received from your medi cines For over one year I suf fered from what my physician womb trouble Had doctors in the east and also in the west but found only temporary relief The next time of my sickness I found myself no better and in that way it kept going on from time to time until I became I scription two vials of his Pleas ant Pellets and by using only that small quantity I have found I say to all who are suffering from troubles similar to mine that it is unnec essary to be sick when one can use Dr Pierces remedies How to preserve health and beauty are told in Dr Pierres Common owe eeul stamps TO COVER MAILING ONL Y cloth binding 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierre Buffalo N Y + + + + + ++ + + + + + + i ji of Ky AGENT FOR I 0 HOME CO YORK i THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD t I IThis company writes FIRE and Z giving the most liberal contract on farm and town property Prompt settlements in wise of loss 2 Prompt attention given to any matters Unit may rome up i Z = J B HERNDON Irvington Ky i N Ni N NNN N N N 4 N 1 THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville CAMPBELL uponbyexpensewithout correspondence pronounced doctoredwith discouraged forIwonderfulrelief freeFor TiElizabethtown DISTRICT INSURANCE NEW LIGHTNING TORNADO INSURANCE guaranteed Solicitor Ky = Ii Pflrstelassi 1 II 800 rate X Only one block from the principal IS shopping district and two blocks from principal theatres jfl Itho t ears pass the door to all parts 1 IoC the city- EverythingII neat and clean 1I33T Er 9r 3r i r3a99 d H H OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY ffi CUSTOM GRINDING LaD ADDISON ADDISON XY y The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1003 IRVINQTON Tony King left last week for school Miss Lilly Davis was in the city Saturday shopping Miss SHth of Louisville has re turned to her home Mr Hamilton of near Ammons is nere attending school Mrs McCoy has a lot of pretty fall hats Call on her ladies Charlie Chamberlain has gone to visit his old home In Ohio Littlo Katie Smith and brother were here to see relatives Sunday Miss Mary Elestono Hardaway r remains here a visitor at MrsJollys The Rev James Lewis has had a call to the Garfield Baptist church Ladies prayer meeting at Baptist church Thursday afternon at 8 oclock M Miss Fannie Smith left for Clover port Sunday after a pleasant visit hereRobert and James Bells sale Sept 20 Everyone cordially invited to at tendMiss Ermine Munford and Mary Wrather have returned from Eliza bethtownMrs 9 S Gaines and Mra Sam 1 Allen of Fordsville are visitors of Mrs Brady Miss Dent of Leitchfleld is here to see Aunt Polly Frank who is still very complainingMiss Lyddan is here attend ing school and boarding with Mrs tam Panye Mrs Constance of Louisville was a guest at Mt Pisgah to see Mrs Frank her cousin Mr and Mrs George Wratner made a short visit to their brother Richard Wrather last week Sam Payne was in Stephensport sev oral days of last week to see his brotherinlaw who is very ill Miss Hallie Mercer left Sunday night to fill an engagement with Mrs D W Stork Modisto Louisville Miss Clara Steel who has been the guest of Mrs R M Jolly leaves today for her home in Dallas Tex The rooms over the bricK store have been refitted and refurnished and are now known as Bachelor Flats Miss Bryant of Louisville is here the guest of her cousin Ed Bryant and stopping at Claycombs Hotel Mrs Fidelia Galloway and eon Polndexterare home again after nearly a years absence in Glasgow Ky Miss Cilia Owen who hiss spent the past four yarns in Florida is the guest of her cousin Rev Lewis and familyMr and Mrs Perry Weaver and William and Mary Major of Louis ville were visitors at the Washing tons last week Mr C C Smith will go to Norton Valley to the Sundayschool Conven tion No doubt many others will attend from here We regret to hear of the illness of little Ruth Hines She is in the childrens hospital in Louisville for many weeks treatment Hubert Piggott bids farewell to friends and summer pleasure today and enters Prof Taylors school at Beeohmout for a years study Ed Shellman has purchased the old store on the corner the tirst store house built in Irvington and will move it and put up a bank Miss Lily Davis has resigned her position with the Cumberland Tele phone Co and Miss Dolly Claycomb id duly installed as Hello Girl Quite a number of our people are very anxious to attend the dedication of tho Baptist church at Glendeane the fourth Sunday in this month Harry Keuipnr left yesterday for Hopkinaville to attend the Bankers I BlackHair VigorforI greatlypleased grayhairHelen Kilkenny New Portland Me Ayers Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years and it never fails to do this work either You can rely upon It for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow 1100 a kollte Alt droggha- If your druggist cannot supply you send us ono dollar and wo will express you C bottle Uo sure and give tile name of your nearest express office Address J C AYEit CO Lowell Mass I CatarrhIi a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition ot the blood and depends on that condition- It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs the taste smell and hearing affects the vocal organs disturbs the stomach- It Is always radically and permanently r cured by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the mos wonderful cures of all diseases dependln- on scrofula or the scrofulous habit HOODS TILLS are the Lest cathartic Convention Mr Alexander will take charge at the bank In his absence We were very much pleased to se our friend Miss Eva Carrigan and cousin Platt Lewis down from Gus ton Sunday to attend divine worship The series of meetings that weret announced at the Presbyterian heenIwan overlooked in last weeks News C Elt TORX4Bears the Signatureof Always eougM ttiUWEBSTER The health generally good Col J M Fitch of Cloverport was here last week The protracted meeting here closed Sunday night after continuing about two weeks Mrs E MoDaris of West View arrived her Sunday to visit tier parents J T Drane and wife Quiet a number from here will at tend the Sundayschool convention at Nortons Valley next Saturday Alex Robbins is recovering nicely from serious cuts he received in an encounter with Steve Hall last week Drs Hendricks and Parks attended the meeting of the county Medical Society at Hardinsburg last Thursday Miss Mattie Hook our esteemed school teacher visited ner home at Hardlnsburg last Saturday and Sun dayMike Lyddan and Peyton Claycomb two of our best and most promising young men have entered the state college at Lexington Emergency Medicines It is a great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use in 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 lairs Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes the injury to heal In about onethird the time usually requiredand as it is an anti septic is prevents any danger of blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treated before inflamation sets in which in byShortBEWLEYVILLE Weather dry and hot David Hardaway has returned to homeMr Brandenburglast Thos J Drury begins school at Irvington this week Miss Kate Stith has returned to her home in Louisville Mrs Nannie Hodges is with her daughter Mrs Ernest Henderson Miss Esther Dent of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs D C Heron Mr ard Mrs Will Paul have a new permanent boardera wee little girl Nineteen members was the result of the recent series of meetings at Hill GroveMiss Mary Keith left for Russell ville Monday morning to attend Logan Female College Mr and Mrs E L Smith and children were with their parents for dinner Sunday Str ther Stith is building a fine barn This is the beginning of a series of events Misses Katie Hardaway and Bessie Foote were guests of Miss Ada Stitn Saturday night Mr and Mrs John Cox spent Saturday night and Sunday with their sister Mrs Bettie Clarksou The Golden Links held a meeting Sunday afternoon Sept 18 and played lotto with Mary Keith Miss Cilia Owen and Mrs Kate Bennett visited Mr and Mrs George Lewis Mrs Drurys guests Sunday nightGood friends please study the Sun helptheSunday W H Cain Jr and sons finished Housing five fine acres of tobacco Saturday at 380 p m It is as fine as you ever saw Uncle Joel Jordan is doing fine Ho was carried to the barn in a chair the other day and now anticipates a1T tf trip up on the hill to see Bewleyville once more Mrs Mary Conatanceof Louisville visited Mrai Frank several days lastI week Charlie Drury the overseer of the Salt river road east of town is cer tMnly capable along that line of bust ness Personal interests always count We vote him the blue ribbon again Mrs Rauhel McQuown and Mrs MarygJohnson of Hillsboro Ill came Wednesday to be guests of Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway and visit other relativesRev H Bruner who has been seve eral times through the past summer preached Sunday at eleven and said that that was probably nis last ser mon here Golden Rod Colored Fair Owensboro October IJ IPOJ For this occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made Good returning Oct S Tickets to be sold Oct 120 Trl County FaIr Henderion October 3 1903 For the above occasion rate of 285 for round trip Cloverp rt to Henderson and return will be made Tickets to be sold Sept 20th to Oct 3 inclusive Final return limit Oct 5th National Convention Union Veterans Union Louisville Ky October 13 17 1903 For the above occasion rate of 220 for tae round trip will be made on October 10th to 12 good returning October 18- Kentucky State Pair Owensboro For the State Fair at Owensboro rate nt 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Septemer lOht to 20 inclusive good returning September 28th Louisville Horse Show Loulivllte 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 Oth respectively On Sept 28 and Oct 4 rate of 205 for round trip returning Oct 5th Special Train Between Louisville and Owens boro on Account State Fair Special train service to be Institutea on Tuesday Thursday and Friday Sept 22 24 and 25 leaving Louisville 7am arriving Owensboro 1030 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 tnls special train A ys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a sou riding for life 18 ml 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 himI HA writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles SOp and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store- PROGRAM Of Teachers Association to be Held at Custer on Saturday Sept 19 1901 Opening Address Squire Geo Harned Reading Value of myths fables and fairy storiesJ W Trent Folly of rapid promotion Jesse Lampton Arithmetic value how teach W A Penlck Marshall Norton Mental ArIthmeticDan Spradlin What to do with the child who has a sweetheartR W Meador Morals how better them in our schools Rev W T Davenport General Discussion Language when to begin it as are- ci tation and to what grade con tinueMiss Annie Payne Mrs Jesse Lampton and Hannah Pile Grammar value of Diagraming and AnalysisHerbert Barnes Afternoon InvocationRev W T Davenport Writing want hour Is best for prac ticeStephen Davis Best method of teaching writing Uuthrle Tckern Geography relation to History Ulvl GOvernmentHenry Hayes and Clara Maoy When introduced and how taught Emmett Mercer and Victor Pile History what Is it how teach it Minnie Poole ana Jesse Bruner Value of Biography T J Moore Current History R 0 Penick School Management value and kind of punislrtnent Snpt J H Pile Physiology value how teach Lenn Johnson Supt J H Pile Pros R OPenlcKSVlcePres c f 1 RAYflOND Amy Cashrntm and friend James nodgrass of Brazil Ind are visit- Rag his father Leon Cashman Mesdames Hall Keys and Payne visited Mrs Frank Hall last week Mr and Mrs Watson of Indiana visited J B Norton last week James AAvitt has returned from the Elizabethtown fair and reports a fine timeSeveral from here attended the colt show at Rhodelia Saturday Mr and Mrs Leon Cashman enter tained a number of friends Saturday night in honor of their son Amy Mrs G A Hendry and children visited at Alex Hendrys last week CJd TORZIlBean the- Blgnttnia of ih1 KlOd Yak u liars dlwars naught Useful HouseholdArticles ArticlesCheap A few articles to be found on our 5 and lOc counter These articles are in every day use and necessary in every regulated household Lamp Burners The genuine banner burner made of solid brass The best burner made Price 5 Cents Bread Knives Dread knife No 28 serrated edge steel blade 7 Inches long enameled wood handlePrice lOc Each Clothes line WIro clothes lines each lOc Boys Knives Boys twobladed rosewood handle pocket knife iron lined very servlc Price lOc Each Shaving Brushgrown enameled handle white bris durablebrushlOc- Mouse Traps Gholes5c Fire ShovelsO- urdouble handle steel stove shovel made extra strong and will outwear any other made 1rlce each lOc Bread and Cake Pans Dread Pans extra heavy 0x14 Inches lOc roundCaketOc Flour Sifters the best nnd mostconvenient made Price each tOc Butter Molds Made from selected maple wood and everyone guaranteed perfect each IOc Lunch Baskets Convenient for carrying lunches to school or work full size each tOc Mens Half Hose Mens Half Hose full seamless gray mixed Price per pair SC Mens One Halt nose In new nnd handsome brown and olive mixed The equal of any ISc hose Our price tOC Ladies Hose Ladles fast black Cotton Hose made full sIze and length verydurabl- etOC Ladles lace trimmed summer Vests sizes 4 and 5 each SC Celluloid Collars Celluloid Waterproof Collars will not break or tear sizes 15 liH 10 1 OH and 17 Trice each tOc Neckwear Neckwear for men and boys A well representedThese speciallyforright They came In last week from liulttmoro and we sell them nt one price only 250 Any numberof these Ties In tact nearly the entire line will cost you at any other store from 35c to 50c each but our price Is 25c each A very large and choice selec tion Call and see the- mBABBAGE SON t cIi IIKooe ttcoloe without till iltaatare on every pickirc FOR CHILDREN lakes teething easy regulates the bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint Mayor Yewell of Owensboro Kr siret Our baby was waitinff swat while teething HU bowels teemed I beyond control Three physicians i rave him up Owens Pink Mixture e pyenouchiti i IPOT Sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROIT MICH il I II R FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS I Sold liy nil DruggistsiLOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES RUSSELLVILE KY Fall Term Opens September 10th 1903 A boarding school for girls exclusively For Six Years of successful pork 7S ttsr 1 A practical education obtained under the very best home and religious Influence s Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elecutlon and Physical Culture Faculty composed pt highly educated Christian women each one specialist In her depart Campus large and beautiful Building massive brick comfortable well furnished i fRates exceedingly low for the excellent nnvantages and comforts offered Those Interested are requested to write for copy of our beautiful catalogue Address the President B E ATKINS GEO Ha CASPERKE Jewelry and I Insurance Best policies for least money in Life hire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky ELECTION NOTICE Brecheurlclge County Court Regular Term nth Day of August 1903 T J Adulsson and others on Petition It appearing to thn 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 1003 requesting that an election be held in the town of Ir vington which is in the 3rd magis 1003 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 vineuoud 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 apply to druggists in said town was signed by more than twentyfive per cent of the legal voters of said town cast at the last preced ing general election held in said town It is now ordered by the court that the request of said petition be granted and that an election be held on the id 30th day of Septem ber 1003 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 officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vlnuous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loan ed in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this law And druggistsInthat the sheriff of Brecxenridge coun tv open a poll in said town on the 30th day of September 1003 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vlnuous or malt liquors shall oe sold bartered or loaned in said town and whether or prohibition said town and said sheriff Is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and the officers of Election appointed by the election commissioners of Breck enridge county to serve at the November election 1002 shall act as officers of said election and the sheriff shall so notify them and this cause ts continued A copy attest WF Hook Clerk BCC Therefore I Frank P Payne sheriff of Breckenridge county Kentucky do hereby give notice that a poll will be opened In the town of Irvington on the 30th day of September 1003 for the purpose of tAking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote tit an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vlnuous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this todruggIstssue tembet 5Oc WILL BE WORTH IIN OC TOBER AT THE NEWS OFFICE 1CO fountain pen for 75o at J D Babbages Wearing apparel made by Bntterick stylishJ c IMOle1f I I nrlndigestionSOtabletsSoc I U Wednesday a mentrs- updia CountyKy s IiW Correct Dress for 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