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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j- 11 v y YJyYi Vv pr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSk t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1903 8 Pages NO 10 ARE MARRIED i wi IN IRVINGTON Pretty Church Wedding of Mr Willard X Kincheloe and Miss Lillian Davis WIIITENOUSE WYER WEDDING Irvington Ky ept22811I1clol 11 A pretty church wedding was that 1of Mr Willard X Kincheloe of Har 1 dlnsburg to Miss Lillian Davis of lthis place Sunday evening at the t r Methodist church South Mrs Moorman sang very sweetly Faith ful as the Stars Above The bridal party entered the church to the sweet strains of Mendelssohn wedding march played by Mrs Piggott and r were met at the bridal altar by the i Rev Hynes and in a most impres sive ceremony these young people were according to the law and church made man and wife The l attendants were Miss Jessie Brady i and Franklin Kincheloe Miss Cecil I Bpradlin and Mr Robert Ball The ushers were Messrs Kemper and 11Royalty party left on the G 40 Hardinsburg to be entertain ed by the grooms father Mr A X KincheloeMrand Mrs Kincheloe will make Louisville their future home I IToBe tarried This Afternoon 1 1Mr Benedict S Whitehouse and Miss Amelia Sawyer will be married at the bomb of the briaes mother Mrs Francis Sawyer in this cityt4 at 380 oclock this afternoon Rev J F Vines will officiate and only toe immediate friends and relatives I present4Mrs Whitehouse will leave on the v 443 afternoon train for Louisville where they will spend the remainder t of the week They vwill make their future home in this city I Mr Whitehouse and Miss Sawyer are both wellknown in this city and have many friends who with the b News offer congratulations NVooldrlilgeShlpley i 22SpeiI Minerva Shipley were married Thurs day afternoon at the Methodist par sonage by Rev Russell I Leg Broken by a Fall George Howard colored sulfered a broken leg last Wednesday near I West Point While crossing a trestle fr over Otter creek ho lost his balance and fell off His left leg was broken and several gashes cut on his head He lay under the trestle six hours before his cries for help were heard bya farmer who was passing He was taken to Howard where his t wounds were dressed by Dr J V Prewitti of West Point Thursday evening on the 735 train he was briught to this city and is now at the home of his mother ee is attended by Dr A A Simons surgeon for the Henderson Route of p whom Howard is an employe Cannery Has Steady Run The Polk PacKing Cos branch canning factory had a run lust week that was practically steady They began canning tomatoes Monday at 1 oclock and had a steady run until q Saturday afternoon The delivery of the tomatoes had been steadily Im proving in quantity but has received n set back by the frost of last week The frost did not damage the toma toes but will cause them to ripen slowly Some of tne canned fruit has been labelled tot orders in Clover sport und Glendeane Hunters Rates Chicago North r Western Ry Reduced rates from Chicago to the hunting and fishing grounds of Wis t cousin und Michigan Tickets on sale j It from September 15 to November 15 Excellent train service Sport best in intny years For descriptive book let with game law and full particu 11ars apply to your nearest ticket a get or address N M Breeze U5 Vine t net Cincinnati 0 CA T O 33 X ABeare the Always Bought Signature of ctJjHaft t Party to Mammoth Cave Thursday morning Oct 8 a party will leave Clurerport for Mammoth Cave on the 5 07 eastbound train over the Henderson Route They will be joined at Webster and Irvington by a party off the branch J L Urutcher the roads popular agent at Webster will be with the party to see that they have a pleasant trip This will be the third patty that Mr Crutcher has conducted this season Best Meeting In Years Toblnsport Ind Sept 22SpecialI The Baptist Association held here last week was tOR best meeting of this association in years Quite a number of ministers and missionaries were present Among the number from n distance were Rev S C Fnlmer and Mrs Reuben Jeffery Indianapolis Rev S H Huffman Seymour Rev Geo Green Evansville and Revs Rice and Bruner of Kentucky Town Needs More Wells Stiles Morgan put down a drive well in the rear yard at RN Hud sons home last week and struck a flow of excellent waterat a depth of ninety feet The town needs more public wells than it now has and should have this kind put down Those used by J D Gregory Co the Murray Rooting Tile Co and the Polk Packing Co were nil put down by Stiles Morgan and do not cost on an average of more than 50 or Sao Twelve Calls in One Year Irvington Ky Sept i32Specinl The call from the Goshen Baptist church of Glenaeane to Rev J T Lewis pastor of the Baptist church her is the twelfth call he has receiv ed during the past year The call to Glendeano Is considered quito com plimentary as it is Rev Lewis old home New Company Incorporated Frankfort Ky Sept 17 Incorpor ation articles were tiled today as follows Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company of Breckenridge county with 3000 capital stock 11 L Christian J D Babbage J C Nolte P D Plank and Roy Craw ford incorporators Vincent Borelng Dead Congressman Vincent Boreing from the Eleventh Kentucky District died in London Ky Wednesday after an illness of ten days with pneumo nia He was serving his third term in Congress and was a man of great wealth und enterprise On Road as Drug Drummer Mr Forrest Uordon who was raised at Patesville and who formerly kept a drug store in Hawesville Iis now on the road for Mullen and Haynes wholesale and retail druggists at Owenbsoro Real Estate Transfer C F W May of Shreveport La son of Chas May of this city has bought the lot west of the lot ters residence on Main street ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mixed feed per hundred 1100 The Cash Store Julian Brown Mrs S H Purcell of Oklahoma who has been visiting in Owensboro for the past few weeks came to this city Saturday for a visit Mr and MrE J Berry and children returned Monday from several weeks visit to relatives in Southern Kentuc ky and Northern Tennessee Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville who have returned from trip in the East have been in the ity during the past weeK Harvey Bush of Hawesville has Jack Boards position in Road master Hudsons office while Mr Board is at Tar Springs for his health Miss Roberta Y Bush formerly of tho News editorial stuff who spent the summer with relatives in Hawes ville and Canuelton has returned to St Louis MoJW B Oelze has secured the service- of Mr J C Engleman an expert watch and clock repairer to do work In his popular music and storeThe Feran Carnival Shows and a train of tine exhibit cattle passed through the city Sunday en route from Louisville to the State Fair at Owens boro W H GilpIn Thos Butler Felix Butler and John Kasey all prominent farmers and stock dealers living near Cnster were in Louisville last week selling stock r OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE Is Goshen Association of Baptist Church This Year as It is the Last MEETS AT GARFIELD SEPT 30 The Goshen Association of the Baptist church which embraces Brecken ridge and Grayson counties will con vene at Garfield this county Sept 30 Special impoitance is attached to this meeting as it is the last one of the association before the Baptist churches of Breokenridge county withdraw and form an association of their own which they intend to do at the Clover Creek church on Wednesday Nov 27 as previously stated in the News The introduction sermon will be preached at 11 a m Rev JH Rich now of New Bern N C was to preach the annual sermon and Rev J F Vines was appointed alternate but as both will be out of the State it is not known at present who will preach it After the introduction sermon will follow the enrollment of messengers election of officers and the appointment of committees to report during the session and perhaps some routine business late in the afternoonThe ond day will perhaps be devoted mainly to the discussion of missions Christum benevolence educntion and temperance or one of these may be discussed on the even ing of the first day It may be that the sessions will continue into the third day out frequently a final ad journment is reached by the close of tile second- A program of the proceedings of each day cannot be given beforehand as the order of business will be deter mined by the body after it convenes Much of the business of each day will he of general interest to the public and a large number of people is expected to be In attendance The citi zens of Garfield are preparing to give the visitors a royal welcome und it will repay every one to attend und enjoy their hospitality and the reli gious treats of the meeting NEW BRASS BAND Will be Composed of Twelve Pieces Which Will Arrive This Week From Chicago The brass band organized in this city last week will be composes of twelve pieces The Instruments are firstclass and were ordered last week from Lyon Healy of Chicago through W B Oelze They are expected to arrive sometime this week The members of the band are all young men Their names and the instruments they will play are as follows Wallace Lishen Jesse Boh ler and Ed Morrison cornets George Wendelkin clarinet Carl Lisb en and Wilburn Gregory altos Fonzo Kingsbnrv and William Wilson trombones Emmett Mattingly bass Willis Lewis baritone Tom Morn son snare drum Chits Jackson bass drum Work for the Temperance Cause ept22Specialand Mr Sam Dowell are most energet ic and enthusiastic workers in tile temperance cause at this place Their way of handling a question of this kind is highly commendable and approved by every one that has had this great work at heart They have given much time and thought to it and certainly their efforts will be crowned with success A list of endorsesa recent move here are all published elsewhere in Ihis issue temperanceylast Sunday and Rev J F Vines of Cl6verport will give a talk on the sabjent hero at an early date Work Progressing Well Work on the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Cob plant Js progress ing well this week Stiles Morgan are now putting down a well for water which will be used for gener al purposes by the plant NEW LODGEORGANIZED Citizens of Glendeane and Vicin ity Joined the Masonic Order Thursday HAS ABOUT SIXTEEN MEMBERS Last Thursday evening a Masonic lodge was organized at Glondeaue The lodge had about sixteen members wh reside in Glendeane and vicinity A number of the members were Maons who resided in the community mentioned but belonged to lodges in neighboring towns It was these Masons who united themselves to gether organized the new lodge and initiated their fellow citizens Tne organization took place in the presence of visiting Masons from Cloverport Hardinsburg and Fords ville The following are the iprinci pal officers of the lodge Dr Lynch of McQnadv Master W C Moor nianGlendeaneSecretary Jas Uenne and PDI Dempster Glendeane Sen jor and Junior Deacons respectively The lodge has a large and hundiouie hall over the Dana of Glendeane It will meet every second and fourth Tuesday night in each mouth It has not been numbered yet as tins will be done when it receives its charter which will be granted by the Grand Lodge that meets in Louisville next monthThere is plenty of good material for fraternal organizations at Glendeano and the new Masonic lodge should enjoy a steady growth Sudden Death of firs Rhodes Hardinsburg Ky Sept 22Spec- ialMrs Lon Rhodes of near Kirk diedtvety suddenly Sunday morning tieDt SO at her home of he art disease Her remains wore brought here Non day and interred in the Catholic cemetery The funeral services were conducted at St Romualds church by the Rev Father Wm L Gabe The funeral was largely attended by friends and neighbors The deceased was of u lovable disposition and was u devoted member of her church She leaves II husband and several children to mourn her loss Had a Good Meeting Irvington Ky Sept 22Speclal County Superintendent Piggott Mrs Eliza Jolly and Mr and Mrs Graves Mr Sam Dowell C C South and other from here attended the district Sundayschool Convention at Nortons Valley and report a very good meet ing indeed Remalndar of Names Secured L V Chapin has secured the re mainder of the necessary names on the petition for the proposed rural free delivery route out from this city His petiticin and Dr Wm Howards petition have been turned over to Dr R L Newsom who will send them to the proper authorities at Washington D C Buy Stable In Grayson Hardinsburg Ky Sept 22Specl- alDeJarnette Ball who recently sold their livery stable none to Vic Robertson have purchased of J W Owen a stable at Caneyvllie in Grayson county and will take charge this week Putting Furnace In Church A Monarch furnace is being placed in the basement of St Roses Catholic church This is one of the improve ments to be made at the church as previously stated in the Nauru Toblnsport Is Defeated Tobinsport mud Sept 22Spe ciaThe Tell Uitund Tobinsport ball teams crossed bats on the formers grounds Sunday The game resulted in a score of 12 to 10 in favor of Tell City The English Kitchen The confectionery firms of J Bishop and WIesenberg Noble have been consolidated and the new firm is styled Wiecenberg Noble Bishop Their restaurant is now popularly known as the English Kitchen To Cure A Cold In One Day Take lAxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orotund the money If It fulls to euro E W Orrcs signature In on each box Sta Returns From the West Hurry G Newsom grandson of Dr and Mrs R L Newsom return ed Friday from the Western States after an absence of seven years Since last December he has been with his father on a ranch at Roswell Tex Previous to that time they resided in Denison Texas Harry has many friends here who are glad to welcome him back to his old home He intends to enter the employ of the American Tobacco Company this full under Manager J D Brashear He will have a position in the companys receiving shed in this city Col Bain to Lecture Hardinsburg Ky Sept 22Spec- ialCol Geo W Bain of Lexington one of the most popular lecturers of time United States will deliver two of his best ones at the City Hall on the evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday Sept 20 and M It is not decided which lectures he will give but prob ably one of these will be the New Woman and the Old Man Hardins burg has been favored by hearing Col Bain several times many years ago and all who have had that pleas ure pronounce him tine Will Teach Private School Miss Ella Pophnui will open a private school in this city in the near future The school will be managed under the auspices of the Catholic churchand will be for small chlldr en All the arrangements have not been completed as yet and consequently full particulars cannot be given until a Inter date About the Moormans Hardinsburg Ky Sept2Speci- al W R Moorman sold last week to Peter Slieeran Bro Co a tract of timber near Glendeane for 1000 W K Moorman Jr of Glendeane has been appointed Superintendent of the Polled Durham exhibit at the State Fair at Owousboro Teachers Institute Next Week Hardinsburg K8ppt 22Spec- lalThe Teachers Institute will convene at the court house next Monday Prof J 0 Willis of Lex iugton will be the instructor and will be assisted by Mrs Oluott of Elizabethtown Nominations In Hancock The Domoorats of Hancock county on Monday nominated Win A West for circuit clerk and Dr J W Knox tor Representative Religious Notes Rev J F Vines preached morning and evening in the Baptist church of this city Sunday He delivered nn ex cellent sermon on each occasion to a large and appreciative audience alter assisting in the dedication of the Baptist church at Gl ndeiine next Sunday Mr and Mrs Vines leave for ChattanoogaRev King preached morning and evening at the M E church South He intends to leave next Tues day morning for Marion to attend the Louisville Annual Conference of the M E church South which convenes there Sept i0 with Bishop E R Henurlck of Kansas City presid ing s ITWO MEN OF- KIRK FIGHT John Carwile and Ed Haynes Both Receive Wounds in Shooting Affray NEWS FROM TilE COUNTY SEAT Hardinsburg Ky Sept 22Hpe- olalA shooting affray oconred last Sunday afternoon near Kirk between John Carwile und Ed Haynes both waite The occasion of the difficultytwas not learned Both of the parties used pistols Carwile was shot in the arm and Haynes in tile right lea Both of them are confined to their rooms Dr John Kincheloe dressed the wounds of both nun which though painful are not considered as being serious As soon as the men are able to stand they will be arrang ed before the County Judge Matthias Miller to answer for their infraction of the law Speakings at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky Sept 228pec- la1Gov Beckhaui Jllie James and Congressman Smith will speau here Tuesday Sept 20 Major W C Owens of Louisville will address the voters at the court house on Wednesday Sept 10 at 180- p in He will speak on behalf of the Republican State ticket Maj Owens is 11 man of fino presence and one of the very best orators in the State A large crowd will be present to hear him Hon E T FranKs who was billed to speak here on Saturday Oct 10 will not do so Ills appointment hav ing boon cancelled by the State Com nit ttee Appoint Election Officers Hardinsmirg Ky Sfipe 2iSpeci- alTlme election commissioners met here last Thursday and appointed election officers for the various pre cincts throughout the county They were appointed for a term of one year and cannot be removed except for cause The officers appointed Thursday for Irvington precinct will hold the local option election to be conducted on the 30th of the present month They are R M Jolly W G Bandy A B Coleman and J B Herndon Shipment of Beef Cattle Richard Owen shipped H carload of beef cattle to time Bourbon stockyards at Louisville Saturday There were ttveutf eight head The cattle were shipped from this point and were bought in tills vicinity Mammoth Corn FranK Mattingly of Mnttingly brought some mammoth corn to the News office Friday Five ears of the corn weighed eight pounds The corn is from thmseasons crop The Best Prescription for Malaria Ch Is and Fever Ua ixmioof Grove TItI ell Chill TonlC1It Is simply Iron and Qui nine In u form IHO Cure No Pay Price Soc WUWWrWPipJ1fiJI I 1 Public Sale III IIUI will sell at Public Auction at my farm near Sample on Wednesday Oct 21 All my Household and Kitchen furniture Farm Implements Stock Etc consisting of 9 head of Cattle 3 head of Horses 1 span of match Mules 4 years old 30 head of Hogs Wagon and Buggys Terms Made Known on Day of S- aloEHPATEJ t e t- v i The Breckenridge News WEDNESEAY SEPTEMER 23 1003 WILL INTEREST THEIR FRIENDS Social Items About Former Resi dents of Breckenridge Coun ty In Nebraska ENJOYABLE FAMILY REUNION The two following social Items from tile Kennard Enterprise 01 Washington county Neb about for mer residents of Breckenridge county will be of interest to their friends and relatives in Kentucky Miss Mae Cashman gave a party to a large circle of her friends on Tuesday even ing last that was something quite out of the ordinary the e first of the kind ever givenI in Kennard and one of the most enjoyable All the ladies present appeared in costume of their child hood days each bringing their dolls A number of the young mpn wore knee pants Our society leporter be ing unable to secure proper garments for the occasion was not present Therefore we Tannot give a full and complete write up of the event The evening was spent in vnrfous games and later on a fine luncheon served About midnight the party indulged jn a hayrack ride around town after which the girls hunted tip their dolls and sweethearts and departed for their respective homes Mire Mae was the recipient of many compliments for affording one of the distinctly happy events of the soesonKennard Enterprise At the palatial country home of Mr and MrdJohn Blaco on Sunday last occurred one of the most enjoyable family reunions ever nehl in the county There were 50 guests present and with the exception of two all were related to Mrs Blnuo the esti enable wife of our worthy supervisor The tiny was delightfully spent in social intercourse high live and var ions nmtuenionts At noon an elegant dinner was served Out all things must have an end and one by one the guests departed for their honirs bringing to n close one of the happiest gatnenngs in the neighborhood Those present were Mr anil Mrs Win Lamb Mr and Mrs Tames Ryan Mr and Mrs Win Robertson Mr and Mrs Thos Hall Mr ami Mrs Win Meukiug Mr and Mrs H C Cflshman Mr and Mrs Uter back Mr and Mrs E Tnllman Mr and Mrs Stun Hall L E Vcrhie anti- family ChAs Cunningham and family J B Burgess Mull family II Blaoo and daughters Mrs James Clayoomb and son Mrs Sarah French Joseph Neal sad Robert Graham Kennard Enterprise You snow What You Are Taking When you take Uron T au let Chill Ton Iic ImBDM the formula plainly tirlntrd on every loafs showing lust It IIs simply Iron aid Quinine In it twitvlcMi form Su cure No pujr Irlaw Mr New Perry County Minister At the Methodist Episcopal Conference at Indianapolis the following ap pointments were made for Perry coun ty Ind Marquis L Pay ton Cannel ton lowph M Lamore Troy CE JII1Lfi BEST TONICThe boforobel think It wuuKi nay jru to do tue same tmo bottle f lir Xuarbcr Iircr and Illood nyrup ttu tonic with jl year refutation taken htIo you are sell ouilr tltki wurtli fire butt let after you are tick We all Sure our times fur tickness but If wo held Naturttn ant- wsrnioga tick beadacbc tired fnellnii dMreuvd Moruacli DerTou uc j and Immudiately lake the touloI fJDreThachers Liver SyrupThe awe will ant bare any severe Illness This isheLien tonic lit oxlttvnco It Ii rue nio1 eDnnve iireTonilre of disco All druvirlkt nell Dr Tts here Ilrer and Wood Syrup at W cents and II UOpcr iioitie Dr Tbaviiera Liver Medldoe dry 26 cents Write our Cvimuliation Di pnrimrnt rzilalnlnv Sywi tutus and re elvs free aiivlcv and enclose two ceut natui for kauifle UitUe l1THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY 1 Chattanooga Tenn GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON d Coptl1ght INtI lv Ucrltrt S Stone oft i4X X M x CHAPTEn XXTTTI Tnt MAin OF oHAUSTAnn IK CIEOTANCY conwni the dread of mcertalnty marked the countenances of Gran i t l nltnMUlnmen ns they sat in the council chum her on time day following awaiting tin appearance of their princess at whose cull they were unexpectedly assent bledAll realized an emergency Not nun- n that assembly but hull heard the vivid soulful sentence from the throne Not ono hilt wished In secret as Gaopoi timid Halfont hud wished In opal speechWhen the princess entered with till prime minister they narrowly scannet the faco so deter to them After the greetings she requested them to dray chairs about the great table Seutliij herself In her accustomed seat shi gazed over time circle of anxious face and realized more tl 4t fiuy4lme In jmuis lire mill N IN trail ant weak beyond nil comparison lieu small she was to rule over those strong wise then of hers How feeble tin hand that held the scepter Myl lords she said summoning 1111 her strength of mind anti heart 1 nn gratified to lilt you so ready to respont to the call of your whimsical sovereign Yesterday you came with hearts bowed down amid ill deepest woe Todny 111M soluble you hero that I may ask yoin advice concerning the events of thai strange tiny Tolnroz will do as ho Inu promised We are to have the exton slou papers this afternoon and Uniu stark may breathe again the strong deep breath of hope You well remem ber uiy attitude on yesterday It on yesterday I would trot let my kingdom stand between me and my love I slur not do so today I have called you hero to toll you my lords that I have prom ised to become the wife of tho man who would have given his life for you and for me that I love as a woman not as a princess The silence of death stole Into the room Every mans eyes were glued upon the white taco of the princess and none could break time spell Not a word wax uttered for many seconds Then old Caspars tense muscles re laxed sad his arms dropped limply tram their crossed position on his breast My child my child he cried lifel- esslyI I You cannot do this thing Unt the IHOllllt cried Gaspon ills eyes gleaming You cannot net against the will of the people Our laws natu ral and otherwise proscribe time very act you have In mind The American cannot go upon our throne No man unless he be of royal blood can suite It with you If you marry him the laws of our land you know them well will prohibit us from recognlxlng tlwI marriageKnowing that my lords I have tome to ak you to revise our laws My throne will not be disgraced by the man I would have share it with me She spoke an calmly as If she wero making the most trivial request instead of asking her ministers to overthrow amid undo the laws mend customs of ages and of dynasties The law of nature cannot be changed muttered Caspar as If to himself In the event that the custom cannot be changed I shall be compelled to re linquish my right to occupy tho throne and to deiwrt from among you It would break my heart my lords to re sort to this monstrous sacrifice but I lore one man rust my crown amid my people after him You would not leave us you would not throw aside as despised the crown your ancestors wore for centuries Irild CinKpon The others were staring with open months and Icy hearts Yix us much an It would grieve me I wniiM do all tills she answered liniily not daring to look at tier undo lhr hart ached to turn to him with a i iMvrr for forgiveness hut there could U tv faltering now I ii1 you my lords to acknowledge ill marriage of your ruler to Grenfnll Lorry I am to be hU wife but ten inlit you to grant ine happiness with out making me endure time misery that will come to me If 1 desert my fathers throne nod time people who have wor shiped me and to whom I am liotiutl by a tii that cannot be broken I do not pliid KO lunch for the right to rule as I i Tor the ttu who may rule utter II- aitu vow I want my swim to follow me mil tin throw or tiruuMiark Thru followed a long animated dis cussion growing brighter and more hopeful as the HpiiiktiV willing hearts iVdI Toed to the proposition tarry was a favorite but lie could nut be their prlme flrrcdltnry law prohibited Many tints the princess unit her wise men met and ovennine obstacles huge nt first minimized III the end all be IaUHf they loved her and she loved tinin Tho departure from tradition ii ry riiHtoin as suggested by the prln ICHS coupled with the threat to nbdl into was tho weightiest yet tho most delicate questionI that hull ever come before the chief men of Graugtnrk For the drat thus In the history of time country a woman WAS sovereign for the trot time there had been no direct male heir to tho throne With the death of old Irlnco Ganlook the Inns culine side of tho illustrious family nded No matter whom his daughter took for n husband the line wns bro ken Why not tho bold progressive rich American argued some Count Caspar held out until nIl wore against uiui iivjutrwar flnnijr in a burst of DRfFENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache EsladderDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you if necessary write Dr Iciinc tin bas spent a lire unto curing Just such cases usyours All consultations Free- I had severe case of kidney disease nna rheumatism dUcimrglng bloody mutter Suffered intense pain Sly wife was forloual affected with female troubles Dr Fenncr Kidney and Hneknclio Cure cured us both F M WUEELEK Randolph la Druceistx teak It Ask for Cook Book Frei furo Curo Circular JrOlVIIUo UANULKenncr FredonlaN for Salt fly Short x Haynes unitory wnitii cnuiu in icarv cnu miui amid which nwdo the souse of the gutli orlng uiiniilnioit The Trimess Yellve won the tiny oIfI far as her own position was concerned but there was Lorry to lie considered MrI Lorry known that 1 called yoi together In consultation but he doe not know that I would have given 1111 my crown for him I dared not tel him that He known only that I was to ask your advlw on the question ot marriage and that alone I fear IO will object to the 111111 we havti npreer upon she went on lIe Is sensitive nnd It Is possible he will not like UK Idea of putting our marriage to tin popular vote of the people I Insist however that time people hI considered In the matter said Gaspon In three months time the whole mi tlon till say whether It sanctions tin revision of our laws of heredity- I have no hesitancy In saying tin Graustark already Idolizes this brav American said Halfont warmly lit has won her affection I will vouch for It that the whole nation will else and cry Long live time princess Lou live the princess Long live the prlnc consortS t e e e e Coin back I see said SItzky tin guard some months litter riddresslm a very busy young man who was bur rylng down the platform of the Edl Weiss railway station toward the spe vial train which was pulling Impatient Ily Reno SItzky Is It you Im glut to see you npiln Yes wo mire gain back to the land of the start and stripes Time speaker was Mr Anguish Youll have line company s for a1 Vienna too IU you scar sea such ir celebrations deyre liarln hero today Youd tluk tie whole world was interested In tie little visit her royal hlsh news Is golf to pay to Vienna Dam Hied if de whole city soldiers an nil aint down sere to see er off Look al de crowd fly glory I dont bllove WI cn pull de train out of de station Quiilnttd will armyof de royal crowd Slightly answoivd Anguish smll Ing Ilie ins wntchlng a trim figure In a tailor made gown as It approached drawing apart Irma the throng It was Mrs Harry Van ISrugiji Anguish Sure you until emit some Ice will dene iwoplv Hut tints Jest like an American dough the llttlo guard went on Do primfas married an American an dey way lies golif to put tie crown away where do moths wont git at It mar take her over to live In Washington for six mouths Is It a sure tlng flats right SItzky Shes going lback with us mend then were coming back with lice Why dont he keep er ovcf there when he gits her dove Whats do use whnts de use Well rimes still the Princess of Braustark you know SItzky Sue cant live always In America Got to be hero Jo hold her Job ebr Inelegant but correct Now look sharp Where do we find our ah Ills wife was with him and lie forgot SItzkyTlio guard tturned to watch the pro jcsBlon a llle of soldiers a cavalry troop carriages nod then the carriage with spirited horses and gay accoutcr nents it stopped with a jungle and a nail and woman The princess IImeclllIldI Long live the princess cried tillI rowd God save our 1eUcISItzky started as If shot staring at tho tall man who approached with the iinlllng sovereign of Graustark Well Je gasped what 11 you tlnk o tint The train that was to carry them out ot the east Into the west puffed and snorted the boll clanged the people ihiored and they were off Hours Int- cr as the car whirled through time Hun wrlan plain Yetlve looking from her window said In that exquisite English which was her very own Ah tho world the dour world Ian so sorry for queens TilE END f Stomach Trouble I have been tronoled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Muss A few days ago I- was induced to buy a box of Chamber lams Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better If you have ny trouble with your stomach try a u box of these Tablats Yon are cer ain to be pleased with the results Price 25 cents For sale by Short laynes Will Show at Owensboro Harnum Baileys circus will ex hlblt at Owensboro Oct 10 It will boat Evansville on the Oth and at Louis Mlle onlthe lS and 18th t U d = GOOD ONES FROM PELLVILLE- lly MIL Mosey Speaking of Cloverport Uncle George Brown one of onr best men and farmers said tbnt about fort years ago when he was young and Knew how to raise potatoes he hitch ed up his mules and took about twen ty bushels to Cloverport In order to try the market He tried all the stores and private houses and conld not sell a single bushel He says he thought of the had road home and resolved not to return witn his potatoes lot to dispose ot them in a way that wai comical to himself at least He ac cordingly loosened and moved a plans in the bottom of his wagon gol aooard and whipped his n tiles into a fast trot Potatoes began pouring out on the street and he drove the faster until on looking beck he saw several men and Boys with caskets and boxes gathering up the fruits ol his labor He halted and ordered them to let his potatoes alone At this juncture old man Pate who kept n grocery on the cornertati e t u and told him that that would never do and ii he was so bent on disposing of his potatoes he would take them and pay him in nails Uncle George said he readily agreed as nails was what he went after and the exchange was made Mr Brown is past his three score and ten but still jokes sand can tell of ninny ups and downs in his past life He has accumulated plenty of this woildf goods and dont have to raise potatoes now Sam Bruner one of our merchants says he saw two fellows trade plug horses and when they changed one fellow hit his horse with the bridle while stepping over a box when it fell anti killed itself This scared the other fellows horse which startedl to run stumbled over a stump and broke its neck Rev James Morgan of Weoer whoa few years ago the News quoted as eayinghe raised corn one ear to each joint of stalk and a peck of stielled corn in a gourd oii the tassel says he has ten acres this year with two and three ears to each talc Emergency Medicines It is a great convenience to have at humid 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 lains Pain Balm By applying It promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes tho injury to heal in about onethird the time usually reqniredand as it is an antiseptic 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 suites a quick recovery For sale by Short i Haynes Two New Telephone Lines The direotnrs of the Meade County Telephone company have decided to build a new line to Garnettville via Garrett and a new line to Ekron via Weldon Both woes will be connected with Brandenburg fOlEY5KIDNIYCm Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right Cancer Cured by Blood BalmAll Skin and blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Bo tamo Blood Balm which effectually cured an eating cancer of the dose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds 8upper1stIngby Blood Balm Among others MrsII B M Guerney Warrior Stand Her nose and hp were raw as heefI with offensive discharges from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sore and Mr Guerney is as wed as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Drug gists 100 per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while investi gating such a reniaiKable remedy as Botanic Blood Balm cures the most awful worst aud most deepseated blood diseases Hnwesvllle City Ticket The following is the city ticket for Hawesville as annourced bv the Plaindealer nt the coming November election For police jutige L S Pow ers for the council J P Ender James Crockett Frank Herzog Joe Sapp Henry Waltz and James Wilson i for city marshal Orbra Mason The ticket is evenly divided between Dem ocrats and Republicans and is liked by the CitiZKllS Wfl have in our shelves ninny reme dies for constipation and biliousness but the neverfailing couimoneense cure is found only in Ramons Liver Pills and Tonlo Pellets This treat ment cures by relieving the cause of the trouble i The Pink Pill arouses the liver while the Tonic Pellets tone up the or trims and insure natural and healthy conditions Complete Treat menttwo medicines2s doses full directions only 25c Hancock Fine Tobacco Crop The Hancock county tobacco crop is said to be the best anti earliesc proba bly ever grown The greater part of it has been cut and housed The yield will be about 8000000 pounds and the farmers expect + o get their money bv the middle of November Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In oneday No Cure J o Pay Irtce 25 Were Married In Cannelton Mr Vernie Morton and Miss Lula Keenau of near Tar Fork went to Cannelton Wednesday morniLg and were married at the Union Hotel by Squire Robinson They returned toI Tar Fork the same evening They were accompanied by Mr Ell Fisher of Rockvale Hid Miss Annie Morton of Tar Fork Squire Huff who is squire Robin sons partner marned Mr Ira S Bruner of Patesville and Miss Corn A Simmons of Cannelton Wednesday morning CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the Signatureof 41I In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA TIll OtNTAMR SOMPANT NEW TOSS CITY i On Silver Plate on only be determined alter long years of actual service unless you purchase ware bearing welt known trademark 1or over- halfacenturybpoonsForks etc tamped l j a lIne been in use and given perfect aatlifactlon They Fart told by leading dealer k- everywhere For catalogue Noe of new detirtta lend to the makers f INTERNATIONALSILVER Meriden Coea ti CEO Ht CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Kyt V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw t PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot ding estates All collections reasonable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tho Courts of BrecUenrldpe and adjolnlnp coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases nnd criminal practice License to 1 practice In United States District Courts Office oVer Bank t Uardlnstmrg Ct MEATSMALT ttr THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January a iiya MEAT MALT CO LouUvllle Ky Gentlemen Havinc examined your Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with III composition and mode ot manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and Invigorates digestion and Is eipeclally beneficial in nervous prostration and all diseases atunded with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loutmvllle KyS FARMING IN THE SOUTH The RnssenBcr Department of the Illinois Central Itullroud Company Is Itsulnc monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable rdenliiR stock riiblnc dairying etcfn tho itates of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or llomeseeker who will forward his name amid address to till undersigned will be mailEd tree Circulars Not i 2 34 and 5 and others as they are published from month to mouth P W IIARLOW D P A LouUvllle Ky THE MECHANICS BANK OWENS ORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits asll 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 yon for the amount- Stockholders are liable oral they are worth Ird St Opposite CourtHouse B II POINDEXTER Cashier Sour StomacHNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are alldue Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublesbyliningtheMr S S Ball of R ver wood W Va says t 4forI babyKodol Digests What You EatIBottles only IrlalIzoPrepared by E O DaWITT 00 OHIOAOO Sold by all Druggists 1T = = iUr tr vyvv rw T J jThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 10K a THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME i For Each Day and the Organiza t tion of the Troops at r the Maneuvers OTHER NEWS AT ENCAMPMENT JThe official programme of the nil itary exercises and duties ut the Nest Point maneuvers is as follows September 25 regular troops leave stationsSeptember 20 regular troops estab lush camp September 27Snndaydivine services inforenoonSeptember 28 maneuvers advance guard ann rear guard September 20 maneuvers outpost September 30 maneuvers attack and defense of outpost militia organ r izations leave home stations October discussion of maneuvers construction of intrenchmeiits monnt ed parade in the evening militia es tablishes camp October 2 combined maneuvers advance I guard in series of nine detach ed maneuvers lecture to commissary officers of militia in the morning on methods of administration in the sub sistence department lecture in the evening to all officers on the subsistence of armiesI October 3In the forenoon militia officers inspect intrencnments under guidance of engineer officers Sp- edtmene of model intrenchment are left during the encampment as an object lesson to the militia Lecture in the llroljectiJesmaneuvers of previous day Battalion drill close order in the morning Battalion drill extende dorder in the afternoonOctober lSunday Divine service in the morning Militia march out In the evening to bivouac in positions for tac tical exercises the following morning October 5 Combined maneuvers at tack and defense of outpost Lecture t in evening to all officers on army y transportation October 0In the morning lecture to Quartermasters of militia on meth od of administration in the Quarter masters Department in the afternoon review of divlsipn in the evening discussion 01 maneuvers of previous day Regimental drill in the morning October 7 Combined maneuvers march of a division and deployment for battle Mounted parade in the afternoon Lecture to officers on strategy in the evening October 8 Brigade drill discussion of maneuvers of previous day Lecture in afternoon on military hygiene Troops march outmn the evening and bivouac in position for maneuvers the following day October 0 Contact of opposing forces involving attack null defense according to the circumstances of encounterOctober 10 discussion of maneuvers of previous day militia breaK camp atnoonOctober 11 Sunday divine service in morning October 12 maneuvers attack and defense of convoy October 13 maneuvers rear guard involving passage of a defile October 14 maneuvers attack and 1defense of a prepared position October 15 review of command in afternoon in forenoon discussion of maneuvers of the preceding days in the afternoon October 10t break camp The troops participating in the man euvers are to be organized as follows Provisional visionMaj Gen John C Bates United States army commanding Hospital Corps Compa ny of Instruction No1 Company B United States Signal Corps First BrigadeBrig Gen William A Kobbe United States army com manding First United States infantry nine companies Third United States infantry eleven companies Twentieth United States Infantr four companies First infantry Wisconsin National Guard Second Brigade Brig Lien Will J iloKee Indiana National Guard commanding First infantry Indiana National Guard Second infantry In diana National Guard Thtrd infantry Indiana National Guard Third BrigadeBrig Gen William T McGriu n Michigan National Guard commanding First infantry 1bfiohigau National Guard Second infantry Michigan National Guard Third infantry Michigan National Guard First independent battalion Michigan Natioca Guard S Fourth Brigade Brig lien Tasker Bliss United States army com ft manding Second infantry Kentucky State Guard Third infantry Kentucky State Guard First artillery Kentucky State Guard acting as infantry Cavalry Brigade Col Charles Mor ton Seventh United States cavalry commanding Second United States cavalry two troops Fourth United States cavalry two troops Seventh United States cavalry nine troops Eighth United States cavalry four troops Divisional Artillery Maj Charles G Woodward Artlllerv Corps United States unity commanding Fourteenth United States field battery Twenty first United States field battery Held battery Indiana National Guard The grounds for the army maneuvers at West Point have been formally christened Camp Young In honor of lien S E B Young the new sen- Ior Major General who succeeded Gen Miles in active command of the army Col Wagner stated last week that 3000000 rounds of blank cartridges had been ordered by the War Department to be shipped to West Point for use during the maneuvers All of these are loaded with smokeless pow der and the battlefields in the mimic encounters during the maneuvers will not be obscured y a cloud of smoke No block powder will be used except by the artillery Tins branch of the service is well provided with smoke lesspowder cartridges but has also on hand n quantity of black powder for saluting purposes and this may be used during the maneuvers Last Wednesday afternoon bids were opened for furnishing the army with perishible food supplies to be used dur ing the encampment It is estimated that the following quantities will he required which must be delivered as needed each day Ninety thousand pounds ot fresh beef 80000 pounds of potatoes 20000 pounds of onions 110000 pounds of fresh bread and 225 000 pounds of ice It will be welcome news to all of the National Guards from the differ ant States who will be gathered at West Point for the maneuvers to know that they will not go home emptyhanded The Government will pay then all off for their services before they leave Tne troops from the States will be paid during the encampment at the same rate which regular soldiers of the same rank receive Colonels get 4300 a year Lieuten ant Colonels 1000 j Majors i400 Captains 1800 First Lieutenants 1400 and Second Lieutenants 1200 Ser ennts are paid 10 a monthCorpor nls15 and privates 13 GO the clothing food and medical attention being sup plied free to soldiers under the ranK of Second Lieutenent The regiments from Kentucky Michigan Indiana Wisconsin and Ohio will arrive at the camp on September 30 and remain until October 12 but their pay will begin from the time they leave home Capt Blanton Winston Judge Advocates Department United States army is now ut West Point waking out the leases by which land owners grant the privileges of the use of their grounds for the uiauenveis of the troops These leases provide for the payment of five cents per acre for Ithe privilege accorded and also furnish a positive guarantee of payment for all damage that nay bo done to fences crops etc It is necessary in each case for the land owner to sign the lease in order to get the bonus It is dangerous for ono to take patent rndicines of unknown prepara tionWhen a person is really sick the best course is to call a physician Oftentimes however a person is run down and out of sorts without being actually pick At such times u good common sense digestive tonic is usually all that is needed Such a tonic is Walthers Peptonized Port which you can get at A K Fishers It consists simply of pure port wine and pure pepsin The first gives you new blood new life the ceond prompts a perfect performance- of tae digestive functions Small size GO cents large size 100 The Girl We All Like The girl who is sunny The girl who has heart Thu girl who has culture The girl who loves music Tho girl who has conscience The girl who is tasteful and true The girl whose voice is not loud The girl who stands for the right The girl who lives for her friends The girl who sings from her heart The girl who knows how to say no The girl who belongs to no clique The girl who believes in her home The girl whose eyes are wide open The girl who talks to some purpose The girl who beieves in her mother The girl who dislikes to be flattered The girl who is neither surly nor sourThe girl who abhors people who gossipThe girl who is especially Kind to the poor Presbyterian FOLEY I1OIEYAWTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia k MAY BE OF- FUTURE USE Improvements at Howard Station Lately Made by the Henderson Route PERMANENCY OF MANEUVERS The Henderson Route has made Howards ono mile below West Point one of its regular stations and has placed an agent there At the side of the truck the road has built a plat form 1000 feet long for unloading passengers and freight Besides other improvemens two wells have been put dbwn by the road to provide water for the soldiers who will partic ipate in tho maneuvers The Illinois Central railroad is nuk lug arrangements to carry passngera to the encampment although its line extends only1 to West Point This road is constructing a curved switch from its track to that of the Hender son Route at a point below West Point By this spur excursions and extra freights from Louisville can be backed up Iron Howard andturned around to return to Louisville The Kentucky troops will be camped immediately south of the railroad within a few yards of Howard Station They will be brigaded with the eighth regiment from Ohio which it woe announced Wednesday would be sent to the maneuvers Next to the Ken tacky soldiers on the south and be tween them and division headquar tars will be located the Indiana troopsDr J V Prewitt of West Point stated Thursday that he is now con fident from the statements of army officers that the maneuver grounds at West Point will be recommended for purchase by the government nod the maneuvers will become a perma nent feature It this is done it will mean mush for Howard anrt West Point and the Henderson Route and the improvements the road is now making ut Howard will be permanent and of benefit in future years The Pleasure of Eating Persons suffering from Indigestion dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cur digests what you eat and makes the stom ch sweet Ths remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dys pepsin and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract Whfiii you toko Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by time blood and tissues Sold by All Drug gluts HONOR TO CAUSE OF RELIGION Father Brey has received the following letter from Col Edwin Forbes of Fordsville Fordsvllio Ky August 20 1008 Rev Father Celestine Brey Pastor of St Roses Catholic Church at Clover port Ky Revernd Gentleman In the Breckenridge News of Aug 20 1 find a sketch of St Roses Church with engravings of the church and its present pastor which I think should be carefully preserved by all the members and friends of both church and pastor who can obtain a copy of that issue of the News After I have colored the engravings in the copy I have with water colors I will send them to Mr Joseph Friel of Victoria for his fam ily album I was in the coal compa nys service four years and three months ftnd during that time I was personally acquainted with about all the Catholics at Cloverport and Ben nettsville now Victoriaand I was at work In the oil yard at Cloverport when Father Powers as he was then called built St Malachi church and I was boarding at Mr Murphys on an adjoining lot to the church when Is was constructed The services in this church were the first Catholic meeting I ever attended and Father Powers was the first Catholic priest 1 ever heard address his people He was an exemplary Christian gentleman with a smiling taco and a kind word for all he met and though I am a Protestant and always was I am glad to know that toe church planted by Rev Father Powers at Cloverport when I wits a youth has through a tribulation of unavoidable casuallties bloomed Inr to an honor to the cause of religion and the crowning efforts of its pastors and members Sinterely yours Edwin Forbes Laxative Bromo amine Cures aCold In One Day GrIp hm 2 Days AI c J on every box 25c WEST ENDMODELS Velvet Prescribed by Dame Fash ion For Her Votaries Surely fashions wore never before so picturesque and unarming us those the West End Modistes iidicate will be the prevailing modes for the coin lug winter The striking features of last seasons modes are being developed along the lines to whloh we have given our approval and each day sees some ne w and clever adaptation of these general ideas transited Into heavier materi alsThere is a rumor that the severely tailored street frook will forge ahead once inure but the uressy creations which the French dressmakers call a tailorgown will still he needed for more formal wear and it is a well dent I Hod certainty that lines drawn between gowns for varying occasions are more than ever distinct but whether selecting material for a walk ing costume or a gown of more pre tentiouR nature theyip hHlnte girl con mike nn mistake s say time leading London Moijistrs in thonsing a Nonpareil velvet whi u iis exieeling llyI smart andI universally becoming Dyed by the famous WorralU J JI M each new development of this fabric is quainter and more Old World in its suggestion than the last Drown particularly in the dark shades but ranging all the way to lightest fawn is prominent and foliage green clear dence emerald shadings are all in IU1iJI But of course nothing is handsomer in Nonpareil than black of which the Worth model evening gown worn by Miss Ethel Barrymoro which I lave illustrated for you is made It is a Princess model exquisitely fitting which effect by the way is a point in regard to which many dressmakers makes a prodigious blunder The Parisian artist understands that a loosely fitting girdle or belt showing no strain timid apparently quite capa ble of being drawn tighter without inconvenience to the wearer is if worn over 11 properly fitting corset preferably the LU a la Spirite far more likely to give an air of slimness to the figure than tightly strained cinctureIn nothing startlingly new is announced so far although it is confidently asserted that cutout ap pliques embroideries of all sorts and lace will be much used Pure white it is said will be less popular but this is to be taken with a grain of saltas with smoky London the wish may be father to the thought however Bond Street dra pers are promising great vogue for all the off colour whites oyster mushroom breadcrumb etc It is long since the millinery world bas scored such success as it has done this season with the Breton Sailor hat and the pinK chiffon one with a plume drooping over the brim In curling tips made for a popular London actress will certainly give impetus to this pretty fashion as actresses have a graet deal to do with launching new modes in London as well as New York and Paris Marian Marne Bucklens Arnica Salte Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment for balm or Cuts Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Suit Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infalliole for Piles Cure Guaranteed Only 25o at Short d Haynes Druggist fore Forceful Than Usual Kind The programme of the second an nual barbecue given by the Masons of Cloverporr Ky recently bears the imprint of the Breckenridge News of that town ann Is praiseworthy for a more forceful kind of advertising than Is usually printed in such pro ductions Printers Ink Just advertise what you have for sale In Our Writ Columnn wr Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED 4 ill All fl nJf rr 848 Page Bible This Hihle contain S4S ptijro 12 x 8 1 l2 inches on which the Old and Now Testments translated out of the original tonguo and with for mer translation diligently comjMirod 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t OFFICERS t B F BBARD PRKSIDUNT M II BEARD Cashier J iiDlRnCTORS Morris Kskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J J A Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson J- Jt Insured against loss by fire or burglaryi i Interest paid on time deposits i + + ++++ + + ++44 L i I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO end V Q ABBAQ E Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 4 125 if paid at the end of year I IOARDSOV THANKS over five lines charged rate ot 10 rents per line I OniTUAKIES charged for at the rate of 5 cants per line Money In advance I EIGHT PAGES The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 215 1003 4 k ANNOUNCEMENTS f Announcements under this head will ho In sorted and curried until the election for tho sum of 5 In advance It doesnt matter whist running under and you lie a repuithltcitizen you can put your an nouncement nndnr this head with tllo guarantee that It will 110 seen und road by every a voter In Krvckunrldge county- BRECKENRIDOE COUNTY For Circuit Court Clerk Breckenridge County- W SIIItR IAN BALL Nominee of the Republican Party For Representative of Breckenridge County MAT P PAYXB Nominee of the Republican Patty HON D C IOOR IAN Nominee of the Democratic party for reelection Good suckling mules are bringing 00 10 and 80 right here at home Surely the farmer tins no kick awing on mulea The political war will open up in tniH county next week And what aoes it all amount tor Tnt a few tnt plane for a few politicians Dont abuse your neighbor bemuse he differs with yon politicnlly He may be right and you wrong At any rate respect his opinions if you want your own respite A non is a fool who nowadays rents a store hires help and does not figure on advertising HfI hud better figure rent first then advertising and his help expense afterwards If he does not advertise it wont be long before he will not need holp Are you going to the Fair lor- tsinly everybody in this ioction with their mints and xrasins are going N rer hftCllit people such opportunities for going The Uenderaoii Route furnishes them A trout at O Mild lu im a m and at 7 M and 10 46 p in The programme of the second an nual barbecue given by Mawme at Uloverport Ky recently bears the imprint of the Brnokonridga News of that town and is praiseworthy fN a moro forceful kind of advertising than Iia iiiiinlly printed in such pr- oduettonsPrinters Ink New YorK A wallKnown drummer who hue been making Cloverport for the last twenty years said the other day that theI buaineea of this town is now double what it was before the fire And what he soys isI true Uloverport is increse ing in trade cud in population more then any town in Kentucky of itat class Gutter in this county la linptov lug We notice n considerable change for the better in the last three years People are improving their homes building new ones and brushing up the old ones This is progress Citizens are taking more interest in churches and schools They are using more buggies and driving better horses dressing bettor and looking better It is u splendid und prosperous com munity and a credit tc Breakeurldge county illWe noticed a bunch of gouts on Pike Conns place near Stephens port last week und this reminds us that this country imported llast year 125000000 worth of gout skins and 17700000 worth of gouts hair and wool People in this country dont think much of goats They say they are a nuisance It is largely duo to h want of information Mr Conn hits J a splendid farm for raising goats and tnere are mans other farms in Brock I enrldge county on which they could be successfully raised The goat skit trade is a good one Tho business has doubled in the last ten years and is continually increasing We advise v our farmers to look into this business There are now things in farming just as thero are new things iu other lines J E Keith 0 E Lightfoot and K 0 Willis have been appointed dole gates from the Baptist church of this city to the Goshen association at Gnrfield Sept 30 GREAT STATE FAIR OPENS The great State Fair open ed ntI Owensboro Monday afternoon nnder auspicious circumstances There are many aline xhlbits showing the prosperity and resources of the State Thousands of visitors are in Owens bow and the fair promises to be one of the greatest ever held in the South It will continue all the week Concerning Brecitenridge county people who are taking part in th fair the Owensboro Messenger says Col Lafe Green of Falls of Rough is the genial director in charge of the Womans department and table lux uriesMr Judson Combs who formerly conducted tao Build house uMber shop but who is now rapidly acquir ing wealth at Cloverport came down last night to pick the blue ribbon horses during the week Card of Thanks We wish to extend thanks to our friends and neighbors for the kind ness extended us during the and death of Mr Aaron NortonThe Garfield Ky The Drury Colt Show Chas Drurys colt snow will be heM lit Bewleyville Saturday Oct H The yearling gets of Denmark Dare will enter a contest for a premium to be made up of tho entrance free of 100 each the winner to take the purse to which Mr Drury will add a nice sum tho amount to be according to thei number of entries The main feature of the tiny will1 be the weanling show Mr Drury will have an expert judge on the grounds from Nelson county to award thei premiums in both tings A large crowd is expected and one of the handsomest gets of oolts ever show In the county will participate in the show Everybody invited aAS T0JtX nBars theTM KM You Hue Atoms Bcngbtt ZJdcL9lgaduntoA POPULAR C SIIIER MK II H KKMPER Cashier FIt State iitnk Irvington Due of the iiuliHpfiisinl institutions in any growing community and one that more tliHti any other ttwds to lift the community in the estimation of the general public is a hank in which people imvo Irmrned to place implicit confidence Such an institution Is the First State Bank of Irvington From the outset the bank has enjoyed a profitable and steadily increasing business The batik was very fortu Hate in the selection of its cnsnier Mr H H Kemper His long bush ness experience and recognised titian cial ability luif been of grnot assist anew in establishing lor the bonk a rep utation at a solidI and conservative institution Mr Kemper in n native of Owen county which in the lat few years hay produced ISA bank cashier He tint entered too bunking bu = mesa with this Farmers Bank of Burjin Ky and rest nell as cashier of the Grntz Deposit Bank of Gratz Ky to accept the position ho now holds Mr Kemper has every qualification of a successful business man liberal and broad minded with a general ills position that wins and retains friends possessing at the saute time a bust ness integrity that is beyond ques tion Monde County Messenger State of Ohio City of Toledo IttssLucas county f Frank J Cheney makes oath that Iw IB senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that soul 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 niy presence this flth tiny of 1800 A W Halls Deot3l11lJerJ internally and the blood and unions surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J Chenoy t1 Cp Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 7fic Halls Family Pills ere the best HARDINSBURQ Lee Walls of Sample was in the city last Monday Qua Brown was In Louisville n few days of last week Henry DeH Moorman went to Owensboro yesterday Born To the wife of S A Pate Sept lUa girl Enla Beard Owense boro attending the State Fair Eli Storms a prominent fanner of McDaniels was in town last Mon dayAttorney Morris Eskridge was iinI Uloverport lust Friday on legal boat ness Attorney Jno P Haswell Jr was in Louisville last week on legal business Morris H Beard returned home last Saturday from a fishing trip on Green river- Attorney A X Kincheloe attendedI Squlro Vessels court at Union St ar 8last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs J Rogers Gore aro spending this weeK at Uodgenville visiting relatives- Superintendent Joel H Pile attended the Teachers Association held at Ouster last Saturday H H Cherryof the Bowling Green Business College will be here nes weeK to attend the institute Mr and Mrs U L Beard return ed home Friday trom a visit to Mrs A S Ell ell 11 i mat Bnrgin Ky Robert J Ball and Morris Kincho loe attended the KinoheloeDavis I wedding at Irvington Sunday Now is the time to sow rye for fall and winter pasture Buy the sled from Star Roller Mills Cloverport Ky Hensleynreturned homo Saturday trom Michi gan where they spent the summer Mrs Judith DeJarnette returne- borne last Friday from Nashville where sho placed her daughter Miss Judith in college Miss Beuluh Hook Edward Dllun Franklin Kincheloe and Evan Royalty attended the Kincheloe Da vis nuptials at Irvington last Sunday Mr timid Mrs Win G Hawsell and daughter Georgia Mae spent last Sunday at Stephensoort the gn eats of Mr and Mrs Geo W McCubbins The Rev W F Howard preache- lda farewell sermon of this conference year at time M E church South Sunday His church conference will lhe held at Marion during the first week in Octome- rADDITIONAL IRVINGTON Iur public school is in the most nourishing condition it hints been for several years Wo now have students from Ammcns Webster Ouster and Bawlcyville Miss Norm Bandy IB the latest arrival Prof McClure and wife are to be congratulated upon the large atten dance as well as thu interest manifest ed by the pupils and patrons Rev W A Hyneg preached from Psalms 10310 mod Nahum la on Sun day morning one of the most interest- Ing and uplifting sermons ever buy eyed here In the evening he preach ed upon Temperance using as a text Pro 201 There is no doubt regarding the fate of the saloon if all of our citizens wore as positive upon the question as our resident clergymen are Call on H K White for prices on coal by the load or carload lots agent for the coal that made Kentucky famous Dedication of U B C Church Bolintrs Chapel the new church of the United Brethen in Chri st situ ated two anti one half miles south of Patesville will be dedicated Sunday Sept 27 at 10 30 oclock by Dr T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn Everybody invited especially mints tort of every denomination Mrs Till Panley and Miss Ida Wilson left Monday aLight for Owens boro to visit relatives Morton Parrish tnt saw mi 11 men have an order from the Murray Roofing Tile Cofor 100 car tops Mrs Laura P Howard who line friends and relatives in this city is very iii of a complication of diseases at Ibley Hospital Washington D U CUSTER Born Sept 18 to tne wife of John Morgan a fine girl Alt Taylor bought two fine suckling mules last Saturday for 1BO Escaped From Jail Wm Dunn was arrested here by Sheriff Payne Saturday for breach of peace Dunn broke and ran from tno officer and led him a merry chase through town He was captured in the east end of town nnd placed in I the town lockup but escaped and tooK J to the hills J LOCAL OPTION IHVISOTOX KY Sept ID Mri J D lUnnAOE Cloverport Ky Dear Sir The Kiiocl people of our town ns0you to publish the Inclosed petition and th names sinned to same In your paper Pleas do so Mr IliilibuRO us wo wish to thus spec k to tbo public before our election 1lcnse t say u number of others would have sign 0d the petition but some of them were rullroa men and were at their work und others WIT r away from home and the committee had short II time In willlh to work after this son was decided upon that they could not sce ovury one Yours S C OOWEII Chairman HEV J T LEWIS MIIH A It COLGMAX- MltS T n Ileu tarS C DowrM Committee IInvINOToN KY Sept IT IfflO Hollering tho whisky trnfllc us managed III present to IK one of tlio greatest evils ofnur country and realizing that the saloon Is tin chief acency by which this nefarious work 1is curried on and knowing that thu voters of 01Isaloon shall beestunllshfd In our midst Therefore wo the citizens of Irvington anti adjacent vicinity do hereby publicly enter our solemn and earnest proles enemyhrWo take tbs method of thus speaking In order that lle ladles and others of our town who are not entitled to U vote may express publicly their opposition to this threatening curseAs Christians und citizens Interested In thn price und welfare of our beloved town we pledge ourselves that wo will pray amt use ell honorable means as the Lord may dl reel to prevent the coming of the saloon Into our town lirynntIi1 IIryantItW K Ilmwn WJPigKOtt Taylor Dowull A II Coleman J IPaynes 1 W Kendall HowelltI NewMim Jnrdner 31rs U T Stuadlln flSllrllllllnWSprndlln31iltnLyonnLyonCIIl1l1dyXllIIeThompsonAti T Marshall IV Illshopp ISlshoppiI JollyMfrsCliiycombKI I KClnyconU ltedmnnrI McCoyLI Eva MiOlotliliin John Muslemun- Mnhl McOlotlilan Tula l ckurd Mrs Susan oclimi Ellen Munford Mrs Tom Adklsson Mrs Allen Mrs L K Porter Mrs Adklns mlthI Smith Eva Payne Sarah Henry HenryMHWleHlclmrd Stuiifleld Mrs Curolvne McCluro Susie Ilemtl Prof C IK McClure r Illensel sirs lilt White Thos Mnselman Hurry It White Purest Krcomun Mrs elms Itedman JollyWI NuliItHryuntTPayneHITI I I McCoyMrsMcCoyMrsJllolln1 Mrs N K 1Hrr M U Drake MlrsV1 1fg utt J II Herndon IlerlradonMKmlly Munford Eva Herndon Krrnme Munford Mrs DrMoremun K L Dennett Mrs R W Graves JI M Cnltowuy Mrs Kettle Calhoon IIt L Ilohnutt It L Clark UnidyarkBrunI I ltrndy0AIIYIII8ItI hixrdxway311sMrs M Cunningham 88 Simmons llerudunHer1 K II ShelnuuC- OIOItEI CITIZBNB Golf Campliell Tom Clever IlenryTlMitniMon Ella 1ttI- OIOlIler Hev Cnw on- Ilurrel Orlnnell theory Baser Ctimti 1nrkn Ievl Watts Wesley Craig Mrs Snlllc Parks Marshall Morton Mrs Amcrlcus Miller The above IN the colored citizens we hap paned to see lint In fairness to them we xIlIlIolIoutspoken for It Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSAShh BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC ONEWAY RATES Every day front September 15th to November 30th inclusive the Union Pacific will sell oneway tickets from Missouri River Terminals Council Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive as follows 1 2000 to Ogden and Salt Lake City 2000 to Helena and Butte Montana 2250 to Spokane and Wenatchee Washington 2250 to Huntington and Nam pa Idaho 2500 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle 2500 to Vancouver and Victoria 2500 to Ashland still Astoria Ore gon via Portland 2500 to Sax Francisco Los Angles and San Diego- Correspondingly low rates to many other California Oregon Washington Montana Utah and IdahopointsI From Chicago and St Louis propor tionately low ratas are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Pacific For full information call on or ad dress W H CONNOR 0 A 53 Oast Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio flaking Tiling This Week The Murray Roofing Tile Gos facto ry is running this week dimly shingles are being made as the machinery for manufacturing the interlocking tiling has not arrived yet from Ohio sr 1 +4 Fine j Repair Work i I have secured the services of Mr J C Englenmnan expert watch and clock repairer to do repair work in my store t1I am now ready to receive any and all work re IT I quiring a skilled and practical jeweler Watches Clocks Rings Glasses Pins J Etc Repaired Without Undue Delay Bring me any work you have All work guaranIteed Charges nominal W B OELZE Cloverport Ky OUR WORKSHOP Is ns well equipped for attending to the repairing of Watches Clocks Spectacles EyeGlasses and Jewelry as any you will find in this country We are masters of our profession andran examine and fit your eyes with tho necessary glasses as woUIS it can be done in tiny of M tho citiesWe for sale a nice line of tho above mentioned articles and will be pleased to have you call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere Thanking you for favors and asking a continuance of same we re IIpast Yours respectfully I Lewis Si Ball l JEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG KYJiII r t1 TOW fVtV TW Ir1 u Cot Geo W Bain Will Lecture At jl City Hall Hardinsburg Ky on TUESDAY NIGHT SEPT 29 and WEDNESDAY NIGHT SEPT 30 itk CHAMP CLARK the Missouri Congressman says of I Col Main Tho audience was splendid For over an hour ho swayed his hearers ns thoStorm King sways tho forest At ono moment ho excited them to such an upronrous laughter that it must have startled the turtles sleeping on the banks of the Arkansas The next they were dissolved in tears I am not ashamed to confess liat ho set my luchlymaliglands to working freely and copiously and 1 have heard nil our great orators The way that Coll Bain played upon tho harp of a thousand strings the human heart was a revela tion to In- cReserved seats 35c General admission 25c Children 20c Reserved Seats at Kincheloes Drug Store HardinsburgI Lyceum u c = t r r1A JUST ONEWORD i that word U m t49 = SHPjItMEANS HEALTHA- reyou constipated IndigestionSick Vertigo Bilious Insomnia othersladicateinactionofthe YouNeed Tutts Pills Take No Substitute WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBERS 1003 f Seed rye at Star Roller Mills School supplies J D Babbago L V Cnapin went to Hawesville SaturdayHot an1 dey am good at hngllah Kitchen Loaded club hulls 40cjhe Cash Store Julian Brown =Miss Jane Smith went to Hard ins burl Friday for a visit 4Steve Tompkins and family went to Chicago Friday to reside Standard Oil Lamp 1125 The Cash Store Julian Drown Largest size barrel of litho 8f o The Cash StoreJulian Brown Mrs Court Babbnge Veut to Louisville Thursday to visit relatives Meals at any hour 25 ot English Kitchen Everything in eatables Uns Brown of Hnrdinsbnrg was in the city Monday on legal business Supt McCracken of the Henderson Route was in the city yesterday Messrs S D Cruse and L M iron dersof Owensboro lire at Tar Springs Mrs J D Gregory and Mrs R N Hudson were in Louisville Satur dayAttorney Morris Eskridge of Har dinsbnrg was in town Friday on legal business ==Mr and Mrs J F Vines returned Friday from a weeks visit to friends at Glendeane The first special State Fair train over the Henderson Route passed down yesterday Wm Hall and little son David Prout of Webster were visiting in vf i the city Sunday k Mr and Mrs Jos Friel of Vie toria were the guests of Mr and Mr John Bruk Sunday Miss Ti Bates of Fern Creek who has been the guest of Miss Luln Owen returned home Saturday alias Mary Wirgman returned to Louisville yesterday after spending several days with friends- A force of carpenters have begun l ework on Dr F L Lightfrnts new office building on Main street Mrs Virgil Hardin and Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt were the guests of Mrs Jas Skillman Sunday Mrs S H McCracken and children returned Saturday from a two weeks UinotnnatlIMiss Lillian Moredock carne down from Louisville last week to attend the wedding of her aunt Miss Auelia Sawyer F D Whlteneok retnrned last week from Greenwood Ind to resntne his duties ns malinger of the Pulk Pack If ing Cos factory if If you want good flour Gold Dust and Snow Flake is the best Gold Dust per barrel 170 Snow Plane per barrel 430 Can be found at The Cash Store at all times Store owned and run by Julian H Brown rMeDH oi OaK i r oldrthe years It pays to use the right stuff II Men of oak It are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to lay X the foundation for a sturdy con 1 1stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion IS the right stuff n Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm tin foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for freo sample SCOTT dt BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street New York DOo and lOO all drunfflsts r i 1 4 Seed ryo at Star Roller Mills Bntterick PatternsJ D Babbage Thread toThe Cash Store Jnliar Brown Dick Owen of Lewisport was here last week Another barrel new country sorg hum Nolle Little Eloise Nolte was quite sick last week XXXX coffee lOo The Cash Store Julian Brown Brnzin cocoanut al for lOc The Cash StorcJ H Drown Good roasted coffee lOo The Cash StoreJulian Brown Boots shoes anl rubbers especially nt The Cash Store Misses Eva and Eliza May went to Owensboro yesterday Ed Sapp of Hnwesville is barber ing with Judson Combs Chas Hauiman is recovering from an attack of malarial fever Salt best quality 110 The Cash Store Julian Brown Mrs E A Adams went to Owens boro Friday to visit relatives That new barber nt Judson Combs shop Is a peach Try him Miss Hattie Bonimerof Terns is the guest of Mss Ethel Oelze Mr nnd Mrs C T MoClannhan re turned from Henderson Monday Largest size barrel of Cement UOc The Cash Store Julian Brown iti L Christian and J A Barry were in Cannelton yesteday on business Mss Amelia Lane caire up from Owensboro last week to visit relatives W T Tilford has moved into tho Newsoiu residence on Lower Rallro street lll Jesse WeitHierholt was up from Owensboro Thursday visiting rela tivesF T Hf ysers new residence has been painted and an iron fence placed in frontFred Fraize was in the East last week buying goods for the firm of F FaizeWallace Weatherholt of Tobinspoit went to Owensboro Monday to visit relativestMiss Pearl Fella of Addison was in the city Thursday the guest 4f relativesMiss Sallie Williams of this city has entered the Owensboro College at OweuHboro Geo Gregory Sr has been making improvements on his residence on Railroad street Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough wns the guest of Mrs Geo Short Sunday Chas Martin formerly of this city passed through here last week en route to London Ky A lodge ot the Improved Order of Mules was organized in this city Saturday night Leave your orders for any of tho new magazines nt J D Babbagea and they will bo filled Marshal Willis force of street cleaners did some good work on Main street last week The Cloverport ball teRm Was defeat ed at Cannelton Sunday by the local nine by a score of 12 to a Mr and Mrs John Hoben and ohlll rentof Hnrdinsbnrg spent Sunday in town visiting relatives Mrs M L Christian and children were down from Louis ille Sunday the guests of Mr CrTristinri Mr and Mrs Alf Heston are down from Hnrdinsburg to attend the1 1Vhitehonee Sawyer wedding There has noschool in Prof Oelzes room in the pnhlfc school Fridayon account of the llness of Mrs Oelzo Emil Nolte was in Louisville last week buying fnll and winter goods for the popular firm of J 0 Nolte 8 BroNow Is the time to sow rvo for fan nnd winter pasture Tiny the seed from Star Roller Mills Cloverport Ky W B Taul is the county tax asses sor for the Cloveport and Glendeane districts He is now assessing in this city Frank Carter and Miss Mary Corn wall of Irviugton were here Sunday visiting Mr Cnrtorvs parents Mr and Mrs J F Carter Fred Ferry the popular agent tor the Henderson Route left Monday for a weeks outing in Michigan Hovious Behen has Mr Ferrys posi tion during lime absence anti Jas Younger has the formers position asoperatorS returned last week from the Master Locomotive and car Painters Association nt Chicago He reports a most interestingI convention ono feature of the entertainment given the visiting painters being A 70 mile automobile ride through Chicago The convention will be held nt Atlantic City next year on Sept 8 Mr and Mrs W M Fryinlro are building n nice homo near their store house in Ekron All their friends in their home county will be glad to know of their good fortune nnd suc cess in business They are the leading merchnnts of that town and have built up a flue trade by hard work and honest dealings n ELECTION NOTICE Brcckeurlclgo County Court Regular Term 27th Day of August 1H03 T J AddssoD and others on Petition- It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the petition of T J Adkls son and others Heretofore lrdued with tho Judge of breckenridge County court and tiled in this court on the i7th day of July lUoa requesting that nn election be held in tho town of Ir vington winch is in the ard magisterial district in Breckenridge County Ky Jon the JJOth day of September lOua to take the sense of the legal voters of said town or city who are qnnliiied to vote nt an election for offices upon time 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 how and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said town was signed by more than twentylive per cent of the legal voters of said tuwn cast at the last preced lag general election held in said town It Is now ordered bv the petitionbeheld on the s id SJOth day of Septem bar 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 nu election for county olllcers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinnous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loan ed in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this law And shall to druggistsprohibition applynUll it ordered that the sheriff of BrecKenridge coun lv open a poll in mid town on the 80th day of September lOOa for tho purpose of hiking tho sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote nt an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinuous pr malt liquors shall DO sold bartered or loaned in said town and whether or prohibition said town and said sheriff is ordered to uivo notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and tho officers cf Election appointed by the election commissioners of Brtjck en ridge county to serve It tho 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 W F Hook Clerk BCC Therefore I Frank P Payne sheriff of Breckenridge county Kentucky do hereby giveI notice thit n poll will be opened in tlll town of irvington on the aOth day of September lOOn for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote At nn election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinnous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said lown and also whether or not the provisions of this law nUll prohibition shall apply to PanyosueIrvington Ky Wednesday Septem ber o 11108- In Terms of Highest Praise Mrs Geo C Patton has received a letter from dipt Archibald W Burt which gives the details of the death of her brother Lieut Robert Adair Caldwell of the Philippine Scouts nt Manila August 17 dipt Butt spoke of the young Louisvillian in terms of the highest praise The remain of Lieut Cnldwell aro on their way to Louisville from the Philippines and are expected to arrive this week The burial will be in tho St Louis cemetery Louisville The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly re alized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DoWIifs Witch Hazel Salve with The many counterfeits and worthless substitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Sl revesport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box ofI DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo old IIFor blind bleeding itching and protruding piles no remtdy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve SoW by All Drug- gistsAeesusseeee u I First i Ii i Class 0 i MEATS i = For all- Occasions I I i Fred May City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY + t WantsI l h hKOK SALE FOIL SALEFnrm of 230 acres four miles Ituwleyrllle live miles from Illg ytorrgylfrumealloustIii In good repair rood clsturn unfalllngsprlng good stuck water AIM resent T p of corn tobacco etc i some stock wad farming imple meaty For further Information apply to ItI EWoodsFOR SALT uprllthlIhklrand particulars address Ed U Heard admrUu2 Third Avenuo Louisville Ky- WANTFDOLI PE Ill Flts H 1011 EsT cosh price pail for all kinds of 11Ilamman1 will rail and buy theta FOIL SALE corntoFOHSALEBALEIHA1E- or sale flrxtclam tlmoUiy hay hilled T llardln Holt Ky roll SALESBWINU MACHINE For Sale Second hand sewing Machine In running order 310 gets It Hurrv 1IAIII1AUECloverH1 FOIL SALE 30henll shorthorn IIM Tolled Durham and heifers To reduce my herd will soil any of uliove cattle wry low They are all first class animals 1 also have for ImllsIlI IUrttllTON SALE- PRINTING Presses tied Cuttlag machines lot ot pood Laundry mltlhlllls Also new and socomllmnd lus and llasollne Engines MA HTIN UAII1E B1H 3rd StrtftLouisville Ky MONEY TO LOAN ILHE liiMirancti Iollolc Ixmzlit for cash or mi HI low rout Call on or write utlitwI NOTICE Clovernnrt Ky Sept 15 1IHB Know nil num by these prUCntM that there hlll been ostnhllhhed and IN now existing In the City of CloverMirl llreckeiirldce county Ky the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company a company Incorporated under the laws of mllYbosame on MI1 L Christian Its president and In his iiliMiiii from llreckenrldKe county then on J1 D lliMiage Its t Ire presldrnt moth uf whom nre iltbens of Clovernort llrecken rldge iiiunty Kentucky 1 C NOIT- KSe4retary apt Treasurer omnsnyCloverport Berkshire and B PrRocks FOR SALE tarred1Iymouth1 EganinI JOHN P IOSTEH NI Creek Ohio Co Kv WANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOW L D AD DISON ADDISON KY- TOBINSPORT Mrs U L Polk is some better nt this writing Rev Alexander will bo pastor oft ho M E church this y ear Miss Lily CooiiiH returned to her home at Owensboro Tuesday Miss Debbie Peokennaugh of Don Juan Is visiting relatives here Miss Maude Seals returned to Alton Tuesday after a delightful visit hero w ith friends Miss Ida Waggoner and sister of 5Cdarkplain black per yard Outing IOCsmallUlnglmms In all tho for 10ciforewCArtund Ituurunt 2 15CperWool I SOCall AJIIaIYou Will Soon Wan- tingWinter I III S Stockings Hats Gloves Underwear i PANTS FOR BOYS DRESSES FOR GIRLS Take time by tho forelock and pick w hioitoks are un I broken Then the other little so necessary to com plete the outfit We have them all J C NOLTE 6v BRO MASONIC TE PLEII VW V Mtl1 For you toid jMist Its l ii years experience mid long tuake irler from grocer ami he ba- kingCdick Milling COop GRANDVIEW Run are the guests of Miss Della Winchell Miss Ella RiuhnnU amid Miss Mor Inn of CmiiieUon spent Hnnilny with Mabel England trom attended terly meeting nt Mill Stone Sunday nnd night uHllaEninsvllle Snjidny fromI Our base ball boys went to Tell City Sunday to wtmt they could du with tho Xine down there Sow is the time to sow rye for and winter iwstnro fitly the seed trom Slur Roller Mills Clovernort KyRev L S and and Misses Rosins nnd Polk attended the Association last week at Newtonville I I 4 Our of of ic ore n DINNER CadicksGold Flour baking The pastry Soother bJ u use a Cadtcks MS jaiirit l can it oiir IND m u A numlwr Sunday see Sunders fas peeled For of Library Hardiiiftburg 92Spe of is teaching H nt college will H rending I1t Monday evening 25 The proceeds will go for of baying Teachers Library CASTORIAI Infants Kind Have Always Bought sof 1 OCITOt3Et e oo00i GRAND I 0- e 0e 0 g + WE extend a cordial invitation to resident of Cloverport and vicin e to and inspect stock of Fall and Winter Goods Not of iithem have arrived we receiving something every weekI You = may think is a little early costs nothing to goods and + get on to low prices have some tempting bargains in staple line that housekeeper must have i Dress Prints i Satines + finish 1 Flannels IOCpink1 i Chafnbrays Ginghams latest i Skirts J be Shoes things us for here daughter Evansville you Mohair 6SchairBlankets niankcts 10 ramie funcy colored tmnlur good ttwev price ttOr GOCfncturer Bed Comforts Comforts Our lino those grails Is much stronger than ever and wi 25u1110I Shawls Extra lurpo 4Ire ladles fclmwls SUCColors FascinatorsFnsrinatoryLadies lined crocheted 25CflossRibbon 15clIUlod TO HAVE COnPANY FOR WHEN YOU USE your bread will b sweet and whole one the crisp and flaky results CM when flour lik berry whet SAFK Hites Qnnr fMIII Lydia Benefit Ky Sept claDMlse Mattie Reid Louis ville who select school the give the Court House Sept Into the fund the purpose books for For and Children The You Bears the- Signature e every et call our all o but are new g it but it see our our We the o i every Satlnos soft Oc styles with Iced Shawls the 0NeckNeck Huff An exceptionally pretty neck 125pleattyl Corsets CorMtn KitlKi highly Prom C I 5mended l y everyliody Irloe p A ohfupur grade lit 48o Jn Hose Supporters + I Z OCerajU MirrorstFancy Vonettmi Trlpllmto Mirror 7tr X Hut wire frame + hovel edge + e Ladies Purses Udles11lirMs and Wrtat pass ThecIwst aswjrtmorft In tilt city T Wrist Bags A numlier of rery Wrist Bags iheavy nlrkled1 fnuuf all rlinhi Handle L toCJ BabbageltSon+++ + + h r 1 q I tf L ahhMp 7nha r r fwHR15T r + a r n x w- a The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1003 PRETTIEST 1 OF THE YEAR Was the McClanahan llambleto Wedding at Lucile Me 4 morial Thursday FIRST WEDDING IN TilE CHURCH r r DIr Clifton Townes McClanahan Rnl1l Miss Annie Amanda Hambletou were married at the Luuile Memorial Pres byterian church in thus city Thlirs day wrorninc at 0 oclosk The sere many was pronounced an impressive1 manner by the Rev R 0 Spencer pastor of the Southern Presbyterian church of Louisville The bride ear Vied brides roses and was gowned inI white Paris muslin trimmed with shirring and Irish point medallions and was bnntlfnl in a white picture hat There were no bridesmaids and t Messrs las B Fisher Limas White and E E Gregory acted as ushers Miss Annie May played the wedding miiroh The church and altar were beautifully decorated with pal ms and golden rod Many friends of the con tracting Iparties were present The outoftown people were Misses Bernice j and Eunice Wheeler of Hardin HOlllbletonlofClnnahan of Henderson a brother ofI tne groom It was the pretti wt church wet ulug of the year and the first ever snlemnized in Lucile Memorial The bride and groom received many beautiful presents Mr and Mrs McClauahan Ipft Thursday morning on tile 1010 west bound train for Hendereon where they will pend a week with ttu grooms parents Mr and Mrs R E McClan ahan The bride wore a beautiful dark blue etainine it tier goingawiiy drew Several M ore friends of the bride and groom were at the depot to Me them off and otter congratulations When Mr and Mrs McClanaliau I return to Cloverport this we x they I will joto housekeeping at the home of the brides mother Mrs Mary Adelle Eainbleton Both are popular young people and have the good wisttet of the Yews and H host of friends HU Sold a Pile of Cbawberlalni Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Ittttwly for more than twenty years and It has given entire satisfaction I here eod a pile of it and can reooin llCElhlnylLintonI a onngh or cold It always affords Quick relief and IU pleasant to tAKe For sale by Short Haynes latlin Acquitted of Murder W E Gatlln the tobacconist was acquitted nt Henderson last weeK of tne murder of Cabal Beverly formerly- of I this city The killing took place at Henderson last March PrevionsI threats and selfdefence was put up by Ciatlinn attorney Many a man would bet ter go without lunch at all than eat the hurried lunch which forms the noonday meal of many a business man Hasty eating foods hard to digest and no time allowed for digestion are the cause of many a case of stomach trouble Disease of the stomach seriously threatens the health of the whole body promptlycured Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutri tion It enables the perfect assimilation of food and the proper nutrition of the body on which physical strength depends Nine or ten years BRO my health became very poor and iu 1X91 was so far gone that good doctors pronounced my case the worst they had ever treated writes Mr Harvey 1hlpp of Florence Ala I had acute stomach trouble liver complaint catarrh and was nervous to such an extent I could not sleep 1 finally got three bottles of Ur Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and sonic Pellets Took them according to directions on the tiottles and in a few days noticed a decided Improvement I commenced to get more rest at night and couldeat with pleasure where formerly food wu like chips tome When I had used three bottles of the Discovery I was a new man could eat mince pie for wipper go to bed nt seven P M and sleep until seven A M I am now working atI my trade carpentry every day in all kinds of t wither aud think if I had not taken your ctqdlcines I would now be under the sod Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated impurities 4 FEMALE WEAKNESS HI 12 Congress St 1902Isuperiortoand I know whereof 1 speak I suf ppre8sooIswell up and I would feel1 so week I feltnbeyondtheCardul came as a Godsend tome I felt a change for the utter within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wine of CardulIt simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of Us good qualities h a 4 werTreasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of ovary twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or oral fempe weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have failed that is the best reason in the worM you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a Sl00 bottle of Wine of Cardui today IIF WINE O- FCARDUI n jade County Teachers Meet Tne first meeting t f Meade county teachers will be neld at Willett school TheIIWelcome AddressGus D Bruner Response Gus Neafng bong Willett School Good Order and How SecuredH- D Berryinan What is a Good School Walter Hines Rtatlonlass Mnble Coleman How I Secure Good Attendance Mrs Will Forbes RecessDo Schools Meet the De mands of the AgeT H Boonl Current Events Claude Hull Snppleuientarr readingW B Ar noldLittle Problems W R Gray What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows bat we know that it is under strict law AbntHj that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver rouble Dr Kings New Life Pill quickly readjusts this Its genuine yet thorough Only Mc at Short Us Haynes drug store of Mrs T T Clifford IHenth been received here of the death of Mrs Vitula Bowman Clifford wife of Dr T T Clifford at the fam ily residence 403 East Sixth street SodnliR Mo Septtmfber 7 Death was due to diabetes alma Mrs Clifford had been ill over a year Mrs Clifford was a member of the Fifth Street M E church in Sedalia and a most estimable woman She was HarIgrieved to learn of her death She is survived by her husband and three daughters They are Mrs George K Mackey and Mies Isabel Daniel of Sedalia and Mrs J Kudd Van Dyne of Dallas Texas For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by Short 8 Haynes Didnt Tell it All The Tell City News in speaking of the ball game between the local team and the Hoverport nine says in part Tho ball game at the Park last Sunday was one of the best games played here this season Curt Yaggl pitchedthe game for the locals and did fine work He struck out thirteen men and the Cloverport teen were com pletely at his mercy The Cloverport boys put up a good game of ball but were unable to hit the ball They played hard throughout the gUIDe and the rooters here have a warm spot in their hearts for the Clo verport boys They wore a gentleman ly set of players and they have the greatest respect for our boys In talking with Capl OBnen of the Cloverport team on Tuesday he says they never received better treat ment any where than they did at Tell City He also spoke in the highest of terms of Umpire Joseph Hunckler in fact he had nothing but words of praise for time entire local manage ment This IP u very nice write up but the t ouble is that the News didnt tell it all They failed to say that Phil Mc- G iryof Hardinsburg who pitched tor the Cloverport nine struck out fifteen men + + tj I LITERARY NOTES g J o o IMr Jack Londons new novel which he is jnst finishing is to ap pear serially in The Century Maga zine It Iis said to have all of the primitive strength of The Call of the Wild but as a narrative it is more thrilling The lute B L Farjeon left the 1I1I1nUSCI1 lnlltboys winch js to appear serially in Nicholas Magazine during the 18t year It deals with Londons Madame Tusfiaud and her celebrated waxworks the maiveloiib doing of j the principal characters in that exhi oition Queen Elizabeth Henry VIII Tom Thumb Guy Fawkes and others ii all of whom are brought to life and made to live iu the London of today Mrs Alice Heiran Rice is to return from England in time to crown her bcneyinoou voyage thereby witness lug Liebler Cos production of iMrs lltggs of the Cabbage PatchI at Macauleys Theater Louisville October 5th next lien she won Ion instant fume by her masterpiece she was Miss Alice Caldwell Hegan She dedicated Lovey Mary however to her husband Cale Young Rice who Ito quote her cwn words taught we time secret of plucking roses froml cabbage patch Her first sketches of the now immortal Mrs Wiggs were written for the AuthorsLlub of Louisville of which Mrs Flexner who has dramatized Mrs Rices stories is also a prominent member The young authores little dreamed at the time that she had discovered a famous new realm in liter ature and created a halfhumorous half pathetio figure that was to touch and win the heart of the entire nationThe Authors Club of Louisville organized by Mrs Ira Sayre Barnett about six years ago is particularly in terested in the forth coming original Kentucky production of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch winch is to 11l1cauleslTheater i ing October nth next and throughoutI that entire week Not only Alice Hegan Rice who wrote the now fatuous stories of Mrs WIIand Lovely Mary and Mrs Anne j Crawford Flexner who has made the dramatic version of them for Liobler Coboth prominent members of this brilliant coterie but it was at the meetings of the club that Mrs Wiggs made her very first bow to the world At its regular fortnightly gatherings it was that Mrs Rice then Miss Alice Caldwell Hegan read her ear Hest Mrs Wiggs sKetches and stories before she had submitted them to The Century The Club therefore feels as though it hind cradled Mrs Wiggs at her birth and takes supreme pride in this lovable motherly minister creation that has won the hearts of the nation At this Club also it may be added Georgia Madden Maitin first brought out her Emmy Lou series of stories tint have since Jmnde her famous and Elizabeth Cherry Waltz introduced for time first time liar now celebrates figure of Pa Gladden whoso Story of a Common Man is now running in serial form in The Century which gave Mrs Wiggs her phenome nal popularity Other noted memo hers of the club are Annie Fellows Johnston authoress of The Little Colonel series and Margaret Ander son a poetess of repute in the Blue Grass State- Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hoanr a sediment or set Indicates an unhealthy tion of the kid i If itt stains your linen It Is1 evidence of kid trouble too desire to It or pain in the back Is convincing prOOf that the kidneys and bladder are out of orderWhat to Do There 1 ii comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the hack kidneys liver bladder and every part inabllllytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes unpleasant of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up times during the night The mild and the extra of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine should have the Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It ooth sent absolutely by mall tling condi neys ney frequent pass also that necessity many effect cures you best free SwampRootCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper Donf make any mistake but remember till SullJHooton every bottle C Acif d DEMPSEY GETS OFF EASY Pleads Guilty to Destroying Prlvat Property and Is Fined Only Ten Dollars S D Dempsey who was arrested iatt West Point and confessed to attempt ing to destroy the plant of the West Point Beacon writing threatening letters to the proprietor and implicat ing H A Clark a well Known citizen of that place as an accessory was are rAigned before the County Judge of Hardin county lust week and on a plea of guilty to the charge of destroying private property was fined 10 the lowest tine for that offense Dr Ben Morrison proprietor of the Beacon who swore out the warrant for Demp sey and was the main prosecuting wit ness asked the courts mercy for the prisoner Relatives of Dempsey s wife wno reside at Sturgis went to W fit Point when they wore notified of his predicament and through their efforts and through sympathy for Deuipsey family Dr Morrison agreed to be len lent with him fine The and costs were paid by Dempseys friends and lie was liberated Distress After Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Greens burg La who is well and favorably known saya Two years ago I suffered greatly from indigestion After eating great distress would invariably result lasting for un hour orso anti my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and iit cured me entirely Now my sleep Is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by All Druggists Will Begin Line Oct 1 The Louisville Gas Company is mak ing good progress in securing their rights df way for the pipe line for nat nral gas from Meade county to Louisville J H Trent Jr who is secur ing the right of way says that nil concessions will be secured to enable the company to begin llaying pipe 1 11 October 1 It is expected that the pipe line will cost about 1300000 FOLEY 1I0NIYANDTAR stops thecough and heals lung s1DO1LARS I i from i= ToiI TEXASARK- ANSAS OKLAHOMA s S and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURN VIA TilE POPULAR IIHenderson Route IDATES September OF SALEii iiUETUltX October 20 1903II LIMIT 21 nAYSIIASK US FOR E II WOMACK G L JAnitETT City Iassr Ast Traveling IassrARt L J IRWIN flea Passenger Agent Loui llle K- ySuperb Equipment TO TH- EWEST No Change of Cars The Overland Route all the way- ElectricLighted Trains Compartment Observation Cars Buffet Smoking and Library Cars Dining CarsMeals a la Carte Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Tourist Sleeping Cars Etc Be Sure Your Ticket Reads Over the UNION PACIFIC Full Information furnished on application to W H CONNOR G A I153 E Fourth st CINCINNATI OHIO sssrrF FarmersOur want column is a st Her of farm products If you have cat tle horses hogs sheep or any kind of stork or produce to sell and want to get good prices just advertise in the want column of TIlE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS rI Malarial WeaKness the terror of stroug mete and delicate1 women takes the joy of life away and opens the system to disease Assist Nature avoid strong drugs use a gentleTreatment F f1jXERILLS and Tonic Pellets will help the natural forces to restore perfect health feed time blood and paint time roses L on the cheeks A Treatment that actually cures without unpleasant sensations Sample onJDooKlet Free A TreatmentM1e Iw- wVnrkaAap For Silo bv ICIn h loe Pro Hnrdlnsbure and A It Fisher C t I I overportJ Ilrn L President CHRISTIAN JNO D BABBAOE VlcePre ld nt J C NOLTE 1 11 Secretary and Treasurer DOARD OF DIRECTORStiII L CHUISTIAN ROY CRAWFORD P D PLANK JNO D HAIIRAOE J C NOLTE V V V ClOVERPORT FOUNDRY 8rr MACHINE COt INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work make Castings and any other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop EWill Open For Business About October 1 I I via the Cotton Belt from St Louisi Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets t Half the OneWay Rate plus 200ItIt roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points in I Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territoriesii Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home townII Tbe Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Texas equipped with the roost modern and comfortable cart These trains make Quick time and direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest- If you are socking n betterI place to locate write for a free copy of nnr hand omo Illustrated booklets homes In the Southwest and Through Texas With a Camera L O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La DE AUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo S S SS SSSSS SS S S S ISS SSSSS S ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD I CHEAP LukohorleNRATES Louisville to New Orleans La Jackson Miss Vicksburg Miss Sept IS and October 20 1903 Only Lino running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month rr IorFolders and In the IBESTI I F W Q S S S N SSS N SI S S4l Do You KnowThat forthowheat states That andIsebraskaThat Oklahoma stands at the head in tho quality and yield of her cotton That Oklahoma excels in the production and quality of oats barley ryo and almost every variety of fruits vegetablesThat has an ideal climate 11i i See For Yourself O omidneTrip Fist and plus 200 Thiid Tuesdays of each month 1 GGeolH Lee G P A D Bacon G P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 t I oir u s r r P 7il The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1003 NEW CARS FOR NEW BUSINESSI L Jr Irwin of the Henderson Route Orders Three Fine Passenger Cars IIFOR t WORLDS FAIR TRAFFIC 1 Mr L J Irwin General Passenger agent of the Louisville Henderson 1St Louis railroad has completed ar rangements for the immediate pur 4 j cafejI b for delivery by Feburary 1 1004 The Henderson Route expects to t get a large share of the Worlds Fair I business next year and will mnke all 0the necessary preparations to handle t the passengers And freight that will pass over its line The present passen ger equipment of the road is sufficient for the companys present business but the directors of tho company think it best to improve it in order to accommodate the heavy rush towards St Louis next year President Attila I Cox It will be remembered sug gested in his annual report that new passenger equipment is needed He stated that the coaches now in ser vice were in as good condition as could be expected in view of their age and said that the greatest need of the road was new and uptodate equipment Since President Cox issued his report the directors of the road have considered his suggestion and if their wishes are carried out n dozen new coaches and several baggage can will be secured Two more locomotives nlso are needed but these were ordered several months ago and are now due to be delivered The road has a con tract with the Pullman company by which it can get all the sleepers need edA director of the Henderson Route refering to the new equipment needed made the followingl statement last A Womans Wealth 11 PainesCelery CompoundGIVES STRENGTH TO DEBILITATED AND JJRUN DOWN WOMEN by many distinguished I writers that the greatness of a nation depends 1 1I much upon slcal condition of its women The genera conditions which con tribute to health and long life are those which do not imply a rapid and unequal exhaustion of those powers by which life is maintained While we assert that the women of our land t stand peerless for beauty and the virtues that I make them lovable we cannot hide the fact that there are thousands in our midst who owing to overwork worry household cares and an unequal exhaustion of life power have I tatedWe become weak nervous sleepless and debili wearydespondentI earths great rescuer and health builder Fames Celery Compound Thousands of healthywomen around us owe their present vigor activity and robustness to fames Celery Compound Mrs Stephen Smith St Paul Minn tells how she was snatched from the grave she says tit I had II Iall attackof la Crippc this spring 1 and was at deaths door and no one ever F expected me to recover I was so weak that I I as soon as they brought me out of one faint I was in another I could not take any i nourishment and doctors medicines did me no good A friend advised my husband to get me a bottle of Ialnes Celery Compound which he did but had no faith in it The second day after taking the Compound I began toset real hungry and took an Interest in things I had everything that moneyand loving care could supply and with that and I Paines Celery Compound I am now doing my own work while three months ago I was myhealthpoundand shall always recommend it I NO NEED OF I SOILING THEII HANDS WITH Diamond Dyes They are easy to use and are made for home use and t home economy Diamond Dyes never disappoint and will make the old clothes Itook new 50 different colors Direction book and 45 dyed sample free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt t Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family FJlI Small doses cure And uRatut nHiit your iiiii tu IIIP or lirard a liruaulul brown or rich Murk Tlirii use BUCKINGHAMS DYEfttffeI r weed Ve have got to get this equip ment if we want to get the Worlds Fair business out of Louisville andII thluk that definite steps will b taken soon In all probability another purchase of new rolling stock besides that of the three combination parlor and cafe cars will be made by the road Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles DeepI Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific if you have agonizing pains iinI back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the nretha neuralgia o the bladder burning sensation or dif culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odeof the urine scanty and hagnI colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disapoeardischarges appear Tbe burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic givesI strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acidI and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R FlsherCloverort Ky Ideal Spot for Army Post A delegation of the Louisville com uiercial club visited West Point fast week and entertained the officers there Col Wagner stated that West Point was the most ideal site for an army post he had ever seen and an effort will be made to have it made a perma neat post If constipated or bilious call for Ramons Pills and be certain our clerks gives you the genuine Ramons i Complete treatment 25 doses Slc DEDICATION OF NEW CHURCH Dr W P Harvey of the Western Recuder of Louisville will dedicate the new Goshen Baptist church at Ulendeane Sunday Sept 27 He will preach the dedicatory sermon and will ba assisted in the services by Rev J F Vines of this city whose resig nation as pastr of the church take ellect October 1 The dedication will take place at the 11 oclock service and a special musical program will be arranged for the occasion Dinner will be served on the ground People from e very section of the county are making preparations t attend the dedication The debt of the church is only several hundred dollars and it is expected that lnU e- than this amount will be raised Sunday Tho people of Ulendeane are expecting to have a large crowd of their friends present and are pre paring to give them a royal enter t ilnment They are noted for their hospitality and good fellowship and a day in their beautiful homes and house of worship is most profitably and enjoyably spent The new Goshen Baptist church Iin one of the handsomest frame churches in the county It is beautifully locat ed and finely seated It lies been built within the lust few months It was built at a cost of about 3000 and all but n small part of this amount lots been paid The old church building which Is situated about a stile from Glendeaue is one of the oldest in the county and gave rise to the name of the Goshen Association nf the Baptist church yhich embraces Graysoii null Breckenridge countiesThe now has about 200 mem bers one haf of whom have united with the church since Rev Vines took charge in June 1003 The mom hers of tho church appreciating Rev Vines aid in building up the Institution want the dedication to tale place before he will leave for Chattanooga lean to take charge of the Central Baptist church of that city which be will do immediately after the dedication Rev and Mrs Vines on tneir way from Glendeane to Chattanooga will stop at Clover port a few hours to take leave of their manylfriends here Rev J T Lewis of the Baptist church at Irvlngton has received a call from the Goshen Baptist church sad it is thought he will accept it 1 h + SEEKING THE IS HIGHEST IDEAL iT Uy John P Morton f+ +t The mother gathers the little child into her anus kisses aWAY the tears that trickle down its cheeKs lays it in the cradle caresses its foverish forehead and begins her lullaby song Soon infant beauty slumbers in un disturbed repose The mother now begins to think of the responsibility winch rests upon her She realizes that she is thee guardian angel over that pure soul Finally the child awakes to lisp Its mothers words Day after day goes by and he is seen ont in the vard making railroads or building mills down on the brooklet The chili is gripping some of the ideas of life He knows right trom wrong and becomes responsible for his own conduct Thus he bathes in the sunlight or lingers in the silver spray and listens to the music of the brooklet as it leaps from rock to rock down the hillside Finally a siren voles calls him out t- He into the world of action would love to be a mechanic merchant or lawyer He sees his name written in letters of gold as a states man An air castle it erected around which he begins as his lifes own arcih teat Brick by brick he places on each other until it is ready for the dome but in erecting this the whole store taro falls to the ground Failure has overtaken him Another course is pursued and yet another He accomplishes his new yet there is something lacking Nothing will suffice the longing of the soul Everything Iin vanity Fall ing into a state of despondency he cries Which way shall I fl1 Which ever way I fly is death I myself am deathI Alas relent Suddenly a light comes down It focuses OP the cross thence along a strait road which lends upwards With that light comes these words Soul if thou wouldst live thou must die Is this true admonition Yes it is the light that guided the dazzled shop horde over the Bethluham plains It js the light that shone down upon the manger when the morning stars snug together and all the heavenly host shouted in its brightness iIt leads along the narrow way whorl crosses the roads ot sin It crosses many of the highways that tend to ward thin worlds happiness Often cliuds gather to bide its rays but soon float byonly to return again Still the pilgrim plods his weary journey Oft times he is heard speak ing with trembling voice Bare me on 0 tired limbs Bare me on to my happy home Across the valleys oer the hills May I not forever roam The sun with its light is setting And before me lies many a mile frettinga1 day be closed with a smile He is content with whatever sur soundings he may have as long as he is following the sacred light This ideal reflects from ninny direc tions Like the sun when it hides itostill paints the dark eastern clouds with golden tints f resplendent beauty- It is seen from the snow flake to the dewdrop From tho spring flower to the antum leaf It reflects upon the placid river as Iit bends around the hill nail pictures the woodland a bouquet upon its boo som It beams from the countenance of true friendship It is felt in the at mosphere of good association We hour its uuifcio from the song of the bird to the cultured human voice All these together with the adverse things of life lift the soul of the real man towards the highest ideal His strongest battles are fought in the stillness of quiet meditation Tnat courageous soul braves the blulfs and clamor of worldly enticements The ghosts that stalk about at mid night hours keep their worthless vigil He feasts upon the sinew of his ene mies and weaves their strength into his own in nscles His success is not meas tired with time but reaches to the farthest boundry of eternity Yet mans ideals are as numerous as the sands upon the seashore They sift then in tne air and they are like the sparks which fly up in a dark night hut soon go out They are slung to the skies and seem as multitudinous as the stars but prove to be only mete eric showers that fall before they can be reachel1IThere is only one true ideal It is Used hy the eternal hand of God Beyond the farthest star it is fixed I and will not move thouh the earth be shaken to pieces and the sun jolted I from IIts socket I Thus we are launched out on Ufos domain Earl wo sail tho calm waters of the bay but tho lead around the cape off which streams the signal light at intervals warns I We sat at the table the 11TheI brought up in conversation tt No man said the alderman tt can tell me what I ought to eat without know ing my habits of life my temperament andall is that not sodoctortPer fectly right said hett what suits your stomach may not fit mine and yet nine men out of ten are presumptuous enough to tell you what you ought to eattt Yes said- iI they dont appreciate that there is just as great a difference between two mens stomachs as there is between their brainsi Overworksome mens stomachs and theywill eas ily respond to the task just as some mens brains can take care of endless details but the majority will break down with the overload tt Indigestion said the doctor tt is not a disease but an admonition it is the red light that signifiesdanger- It is the language of the stomach to prepare for seri ous trouble if allowed to us to stir far from the rocKy coast lineThe storm begins to rise and the mists of eventide close shout Only the doleful ringing of fog bulls can be hoard All night long our craft rolls and creaks The clouds hang low over the blue water and matte darkness dense Yet in the ronr of tin tempest pain be heard the sweet strains Cheer up ye saints for Jury coints at last the hearts that wait till the night toIi past Over the eastern hills streaks lance the severing cloud i The mists are clearing away and the troubled waters are sinking to rest on the bosom of lifes son The statue of loves liberty holds out her lights and i welcomes the Christian sailors into a peaceful haven I Then help us to Thy abode that we I may bask in Thy effulgence O guid Lug star of hopeO beacon light of lore John F Morton Cloverport Ky Sept 17 lOOn Old mother Nature tins never been improved upon sometimes she needs a little assistance over hard places thoughBut when we assist her the nearer we Keep to her own methods and processes the better- Souletimes tho digeslve organs need htlp we have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in the stomach hence the best help to digestion is pepsin The pleasautest and most ben eficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in Waltheid re tonized Port and sold by A R Fisher jn that form The port itself is a valuable tonic Small size r0 cents large size 100 Taylor Finley and Powers Ttie cases of Former tier W S Taylor eccorf tar of State Charles Finl y Capt John L Powers a brother of Caleb Powers and others charged with complicity in the Hoe el murder conspiracy cases were called in the Franklin Circuit Court last week and continued There will be no further investigation at present in the Goebel case and no indictments by the grand jury fur the term uow on A Purgathe Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts 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 nil bile wiontth producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs in volved W H Howell of Houston Tex says No better Pills can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by All Druggists persist Bitters and alco holic medicines are poor means for stimulating the stomach to perform a larger share of work than it ought The effect on the stomach is like the spur to the weary horsci it weakens him andshortens his life A rational treat ment continued the doctor It is moderate eating of whole some foods and only those which the person likes Occasionallysay once a weeka dinner pillshould be taken which should be ingredients Pleasant Pellets that will not purge but act gentlyon the liver stomach and bow els To my mind the main dependence for curing per manently the indigestion which has become chronic the heartburn the sour eructations the worst cases of dyspepsia is that al terative extract made from medicinal herbs that Doctor Pierce calls his Golden Medical Discovery for it contains no alcohol to over stimulate the stomach g r tI I rII but it simply goes to work in the right way correct ing the liver purifying the bloodand assimilating the foodso that the stomach takes up its labors with ac tivity and refreshed powers It fills the arteries with the pure richred bloodof health IIt tears down and carries off old inert and halfdead tissues andre places them by new It builds firm healthy flesh It makes the muscles strong andelastic and steadies and tones the nerves It cures debilityand weakness of every description- W Walter McGloshcn of Reinbeck Iowa writesU I took only four bottles of Dr covery and two vials of his Pleasant Pellets and these remedies didme a world of good I am thankful for your kind advice and praise the medicines highly Will recommend Dr Pierces medicines to all my friends as the best medicines ever made for the troubles for which they are recommended There is nothing equal to them for stomach troubles C P Spencer of Plano Okla wroteI I can hardly express my thanks for the benefit I have received from taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Andi Pleasant Pellets They workI ed like n charm in my case Am in better health now than for some time and will not fail to recommend your medicines toImy suffering friends I you will receive my thanks for the good your medicine has done tile- AEAD all atxiut yourself vmr system the physiology of life anato my hygiene simple hurry cttres etc in that standard fancily donor book The Common Sense Medical Advisor book of 1000 pages for clothbound rope send 31 rests in onecent stamps or for paper roars n stamps Ad Dr K V Pierce Buffalo N Y 00 0 YMi ii- Of Elizabethtown Ky DISTRICT AGENT FOR is HOME CO NEW YORK i THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD aiI INSlUANCK giving the mot liberal contract tai farm and Zo town property Prompt settlements itiiniiitvod in riii of loliliiPrompt attention given to any matters that may come up Z JrBr HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky i + 4 + +++ + u JJJ JJ gTHE u I Fifth Avenue r HOTELrI I iKyi1 I r j DisIj j j a dress INSURANCE J 00001 0 Tile rater centrally located and only 8moltaoli hotel In Uie city making a lfiO roe Only on block from the principal ti sho iilng district and two blnrks from j lUll principal theatres lofEverything neat and Jean h 7 h OURBRANDSSILVER Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOM GRINDING LaD ADDISON ADDISON XY j 1 av r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 100 = LODIBURG Mrs A Black is on the sick list Mrs Wm Argabright ems on the sick list- Lizzie Harshtield and daughter are the guests of her father Mr H Con derWin Head and several others wil I attend the fair at Owensboro thi weekClinton Adkisson of Irvington I made a flying visit to his old horn Sunday H N Harilln visited his sister t Mrs Win Gibson at Holt lust Sunday and Monday Mrs Harry Norton and daughters s are visiting her sister Mrs Wimp near Owenjboro this week Mrs Sarah Johnson of UartieliI and her son Henry of Lodiburg wit I attend the state fair this week Annie B Grant and Pearl Arga tbright spent last Saturday night ni Mr H T Gibsons Pad attended church at Clifton Mills Sunday Mrs B A Johuosn and Annie tB Grant are in Louisville selecting their fall stock of millinery which will b- on e exhibition at this place by October 1 Call and see them Mr H H Johnson has just returned from Louisville with a nice lino of dry goods notions and shoes also an assortment of notions and UNION STAR J W Hall was in Hardinsonn MondaySam has gone to Oklahoma to see t he country- R L McGullln of Louisville was in town Thursday Miss Mary D Richardson returned from Tell City last Monday Miss Daisy Hall hits returned from a visit to relatives near Raymond J C Crosson went to Chenault Thursday night returning Friday W C Moorman and wife were in Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday iJra Win and Wm L Milner returned from Loninvllle Wednesday Mr and Mrs Will Robinson of Pierce were in town shopping Saturday Miv Ralph Amuious and son are here visiting her mother Mrs las Tate Mrs Win Milner nUll daughter Miss Mattlewcr in Stepheuiport Sat urday I Mrs Clayton Crtgson of Louisville was time guest of Mr J W French last week Am Kroueh and sister Dolly at tended the dance at Rhodella Thurs day evening Misses Blanche Eva and Kate Svers and Noll Cashirnn were visitors at Miia Allie Curts Sunday Arthur Ater and sister were the guests of the family of August DuUcnko Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tune Prvmlre and Mrs Hugh Iomire und baby were trueets of rela tiles near Sample Tuesday and Wed netdny PoorlyI II For two years I suffered ter ribly from dyspepsia with great depression and was always feeling poorly I then tried Ayers Sarsa parilla and in one week I was a new manJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Ayers SarsapaI a bottle All drnitlili rillaLtloe heI tlilnki of Ayer sarsaparilla lie kuowt all about old medlrlne Follow his we family latlAnpt tbllrandII Jl Avon Co General Debility Day In and out there Is that feeling of- I weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It Is hard to do bard to bear what should bo easyvitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tono to all the organs and functions and III positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions 6tlool a JlLLs cure constipation 24 ceati dry goods from Cincinnati CulS and inspect his stock Miss Pate and Mr A Bryant of McQuady spent a few Hours in town Sunday Mrs Harvey English and Miss Etta English of Roberts Bottom were here Thursday calling on friends- J P Haswell Jr Allen Kincheloe and Sherman Ball of Hurdinsburg were here Wednesday attending magistrate court Rev J C Hoskinson of Stephens port tilled his regular appolntmen here Sunday and Sunday evening This is his last appointment for tni conference year but his church wouli be glad to have him for another Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Uav ens Versailles O For years he war troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At lengthtte tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in snort order and now he testliiess Im on the road to complete recov ery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only COc Guaranteed by Short R Hanyes Druggists IRVINGTON Roy Wimp was in Louisville last woeu T No McGIothlan has returned from Henderson Ky Ladles prayer meeting Tuesday and Thursday of this week Miss Ola Smith is the obliging lady olerk at Jolly Gardner Co Harry Keinpor Is house from the bankers convention at Hopidnsville Dr S B Adkisson of near Webster was in town Saturday doing den tal work Miss Eva Herndon and Mabel Mc Glothlau will attend the Owensooro Fair several days Quite a number of out of town guests attended the marriage of Miss Davis to Mr Kincheloe Miss Brown has returned to her home in Paradise Ky after a short visit to her urother W E Drown Mr and Mrs Henry Major and children Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver timid others spent Sunday at Col Washingtons Charlie Redmans mother has re turned to her home at Glendale and his brother to Texas after a brief stay with him Willie Wimp accompanied by his guest Mr Perkins of Mississippi left for Louisville Monday to pursue their studies in the Medical College Mrs Mack Avitti and little daughter Mary arrived here Friday evening troth Trinidad Col for several months stay with her fatner Mr Ferd McGehee Many of our Democratic friends will attend the rally at Hardinsburg Tuesday Sept 29 to hear Gov Deck ham and others speak Reduced rates on the railroad Baptist Young Peoples special meet- Ing at the church next Friday even Ing at 8 oclock All members are requested to be present as It will be of unusual interest to them An alarm of fire came over the telephone early Sunday morning announcing Mr James King In trouble Many of our citizens went to his rescue and soon had the flames under control with very little damage done to nis new house Mrs McCoy goes to Louisville to day Monday to get liar fall supply of millinery Mrs McCoy is strictly Last of the Season I uptodate in her selection ot 8tyles and always tries to please her customers In every way By all meanll call and see her goods at tho same old I place W J Browns store i BRANDENBURG I ILee Reiman was at home Sunday Mr and Mrs Gene Guedry have returned to Patton Ky Miss Nell Allen Is visiting her aunt Mrs Blanche Fonntaine The Ladies Aid met Monday after noon with MM J R Dink Mrs H V Duncan visited her son D M Duncan mid family last week J W Lewis went to Louisville last week to consult a specialist about his eyesMrs Heath an1 children of Holland Mich are guests of Mrs Lizzl BoardMrs Jen Hardn left last Friday to visit Mrs Dan Roberts and then onto Holt The dance given last week at Mead Hotel by the young men was a most enjoyable affair Miss Watbena Hamilton has return ed to Chicago Univeristy to finish her term at the school of oratory Excellent work is being done on our public roads On some parts fine piking is a feature Suppose the 11vn pike to Weldon Miss lone Dowden has returned from Cincinnati where shiA spent tw weeks in gathering items and in trIm- ming patterns for the fall trade Be ready for opening day Father Zoeller had mass last Sunday morning atUtfO The congrega tion was large The singing by the choir was very sweet The churcl is very fortunate in securing the ser vices of Mrs D W Lewis as organ ist and the hour doesnt conflict with her own cnnrch duties The Rev T L Crandall deliverer his last sermon for the Conference year Sunday Mrs D W Lewis Mis Mary Lewis and W D Ashcraf sang a beautiful trio Miss AWe Ried was organist Rev Crandall left Monday to attend the Board of Missions then the annual Conference OASTOaXABean thethe Kind You Have aYSBotlihl Signature 11 4of BIG SPRING Dr Strother was in Louisville last weekMiss Nell Stith line entered Lynlam CollegeJ Meador Iud Miss Daisy silent a few days in Louisville Raymond Moorman is attending school in Bowling Green Miss Jennie Meyer nas gone tc Louisville to attend school Rev Hynes of Irvington was in own a few hours last Thursday Mr and Mrs Tom Durbin were visiting in Vine Grove last week Mrs Strother and daughter were the guests of Mrs Zack Stith Friday Mr and Mrs Lockard of Newport Irk are visiting Mrs J H Mea dor H Meyer has brought on a beautiful Ine of new fall goods Call and see stockMiss beU Stith of Stiths Val ler was visiting at Mrs Clarksona everal days last week Miss Lydia Claikson has gone to weusboro to attend the State Fair and will be the guest of Miss Ander on A ys Wild Ride for Life With Hinily around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 m es to get Dr Kings New Dis ovary for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him HA writes I now sleep soundly very night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchi tis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles KOo and 100 Trial Mottles tree at Short Haynes drug store Great New Attractions for the State Fair September 2126 At great expensA the officers of tat state fair association have engaged the fourteen shows of the Ferari Carnival Company for the big fair which will be held in Owensboro this week This attraction is one of the the largest that h is ever been engaged for a fair in any but the large cities and costs a large sum of money The officers of the fair however are not sparing anyi expense to make this the best fair that has ever been given in Kentucky and in spite of the cost engaged the Ferari company This company ia ackeowl edged to be the leading attraction of its kind in the country carrying 250 people und never showing in small citiesThe engagements of the carnival company means that the state fair this year is to have many more attractions than ever before and that it will be run on a much more elaborate scale Those Interested in the fair are confident that the addition of the Ferarl shown will be a big drawing card and they are jubilant over the engagement of it The company showed in Louts yule last week In connection with the carnival of the Central Labor Union and has attracted large crowds each day They have given universal sat isfaction and it is conceded to be the best carnival company ever seen in LouisvilleIber fourteen besides the free shows which are five in number The most famous of the shows is the loopthe loop which is done by Diavolo on a bicycle It is one of the most daring per formances ever tteinpted by any man Another big feature is the wild animal show exhibiting trained lions and other wild animals Over 40 lions are carried by this show and some of them are the finest specimens in captivity Speedy does a high dive form a ladder 118 feet birth Into a shallow tank of water four men ride bicycles Inside a bowl shaped track which is lifted four feet off the floor so that It has no bottom a man rides a bluycla down a long flight of steps and there are many other superior attractions that will draw immense crowds to the big fair One fare for the round trip on all railroads Colored Fair Owensboro October j13 1903 For this occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cloverport to Owensbon and return will be made Good return ing Oct 5 Tickets to be sold Oct 123 TrlCounty Fair Henderson October 3 1903 For the above Decision rate of 235 for round trip C1overpert to Henderson and return will be made Tickets to be sold Sept 20th to Oct 3 inclusive Finall return limit Oct 5th National Convention Union Veterans Union LouIsville Ky October 13 17 1003 220IforOctober 10th to 12 good returning October 18- Kentucky State Fall Oweniboro For the State Fair at Owensboro rate ot 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and retnrn will be made on Septemer lOht to 20 Inclusive good returning September 28thLouisville Horse Show Loultvllle Ky Sept 28 to Oct 3 1903 For the Louisville Horse Show rate of 2 20 for the round trip Clover port to Louisville and return will be made on Sept 30 and Oct 3 good re turning Oct 1 and 5th respectively- On Sept 28 and Oct 4 rate of 205 for round trip returning OctGth Special Train Between Louisville and Owens I FaIrIFridayon Tuesday Sept 22 24 and 25 leaving Louisville 7 a m arriving Owentboro 1080 a m stopping at West Point and Ir vington only Leave Oweneboro 0 p m arriving Louisville 945 Stopping at all stations east of Cloverport Branch train will be held nt Irving ton for connection with this special train FreeMasons Orand Lodge ol Louis vllle October 2022 1903 For this occasion rate of 245 for the round trip Cloverport to Louis ville and return will be made on October 1U20 1003 good returning Oct 23 Homeseekers excursion tickets to the southwest sold during Oct and November at greatly reduced rates J L MOORMAN DENTISTtOffice over Dohas Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents ii Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed 1J 1 j Correct Dress for Men I Iil t If we make your suit this fall yon ican depend on tCORRECTNESS OF STYLEIEXCELLENCE OF TAILOK INO KELIAMIUTY OF i FABRIC i J H Hunsche s With Casper Alay rk Co r Cannelton to Indtt Chintz Royalty m Practical SurveyorIf also Notary Public 1 Ienn survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your hometThis saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited i iI Address me at Hardinsburg toKy rOLEY 1I0NIYANDTAR forchildren taft sure No cptotM i t 11 1 PUBLIC SALE I r r Ir iI will sell at Public Auction at my former home near i Irvington o- nMonday Oct 12 03 all my household and kitchen furniture farm implements stock etc consisting offf Cattle Horses Hogs Corn Oats and Orchard grass Seed lr Also a Thoroughbred Hereford Bull one of the best animals in the Country Terms made known on day of Sale De W Henry the wellknown and popular auctioneer will cry the sale JOHN L HENRYIrv- ington I Ky EXCURSION Fordsville to Louisville and Return 4J i Sat Oct 10 1903 100 for the Round Trip From all Stations on Branch Attractions Barnum and Baileys Big Show 10000 Soldiers at West Point A N HESTON Manager s J4 5 1