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Jt 1Z V I yr 1 dI M x- ny Ill f t 1- l A r I i THE BRECKENRIDG NEWS y r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 I1 VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1903 8 Pages NO 12 II CROWDED TO i Irr ITS CAPACITY Large and Enthusiastic Crowd 44hears Maj Owens Speak in Courthouse e s RIDDLES BECKIIAMS SPEECH Hardinsbnrg Ky Oct 6Spec- lalMajor W C Owens of Louis ville addressed an audience here last Wednesday nfternoonin the interest of the Republican State ticket wnicfi crowded the circuit court room to itst utmost capacity every available foot of apace being occupied It was a- very enthusiastic crowd and every point made in His eloquent and strong address was vigorously applauded The people were especially eager to hear this distinguished former Democrat who was Chairman of the National Democratic convention held at Chicago which nominated Grover Cleveland for President of the United States in 1803 a place of great honor and only give to one of national prom inence tell why he had left the Demo cratic party and become a Republican He was Introduced by Matt P Payne the Republican nominee for Represen tative in n neat and appropriate speechThe first part of Mr Owens address was an answer to Gov Beckhnuis Winchester speech which he com pletely riddled He compared the ex penses of Gov Bradleys admlnls tra tion with that of BecKauis showing according to the auditors reports that Beckham had spent more than four times as much on account of the State militia than did Gov Bradley and that he had spent more than ten times as much for attorneys fees than Gov Bradley had He also showed that Beckham had collected taxes on 138000000 worth of property more than Bradler did and that notwithstanding this the State was only sav ed from bankruptcy by the collection i from the National Government of the war claim He discussed the notorious contract with Capt Calhoun and showed how Beckham had at first made an agree ment with Calhoun to pay him 3000 for the collection of Kentuckys war claim and afterwards paid him iI000 for that service when GovBrown collected more than 000 COO from the National Government at the cost of a t rect up fnlly and completely the Raleigh par don being the one most denounced It was a strong and true arraignment of the present State administration He closed his speech with a If splendid eulogy of Col Belknap and made a stung and eloquent appeal to the voters to cast their ballots for theI cause of honest and pure State govern ment When lie had concluded Jno I P HaswellJr on behalf of the ladies of Hardinsbnrg presented Major Owens with a beautiful bouquet of wers as a touen of their appreclu- mI of his brilliant and effective ripeeob which he accepted In a few graceful and appropriate remarks He i then held an informal reception and I many voters grasped his hand and pledged their best efforts toward the I election of Col Belknap and his as sod ates on the State ticketI ir Dletiag unites Disease To cure Dyspepsia or indigestion iIt is no longer necessary to live on milk I Iand toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system be comes an easy prey to disease Kodal Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and as similate all of the wholesome food that one cures to eat and is a never fall iifng cure for indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodul di- gestsI what you eat unites the atom rich sweet Sold by all Druggists Turnips as a Pertllzer Peter Zoeller brother of Father Koeller of Irvington says that turnips are a good fertilizer for potatoes i He planted three acres in turnips and turned them under when about half grown He had another three acres which he had manured heav fly With stable manure He planted Mtatoes on the six acres On the F h j witjd of potatoes was fifty per cent more than on the ground which he had Manured 1 I Bargain Month In order to get a thousand new subscribers this month we place the price of he- Breckenridge News AT 50cY- EARA Any one sending fOe cash between now and October 31st 1903 will receive Tin BKKCKKXWDOK NEWS for ono year or extend their subscription for the santo length of time This offer is good only during the month of October Oldsubscribers can avail themselves of this unprece dented reduction by paying all arrearages up to date at the old price and then get one year in advance at the re duced price This offer does not restrict old subscribers from paying in advance at the 50c rate You may pay in advance for any length of time The further ahead you pay the more you make This great reduction is something you can not afford to overlook Send the NEWS to your mother father brothers sisters and friends You can easily afford to do it at this price and it will make them happy Fathers and mothers should not neglect this opportunity to send the NEWS to their children who are far from home and who are always so happy to receive their home paper Think of itl THIS- SPECIAL OFFER LASTS JUST 24MORE SAYS FORECLOSUREOF On Clay Product Cos Plant Sought by Trust Com pany in Suit R N HUDSON MADE RECEIVER Trie Columbia Finance and Trust Company of Louisville filed a suit Saturday in the Federal Court to foreclose n mortgage on the Central Clay Product company s plant known as the Patton brick yard In this city and also asking for a receiver for said company The suit was filed at Owensboro Friday and was trans fered to the court in Louisville Sat urday R N Hudson of this city was appointed receiver for the Cen tral Clay Product Co by Judge Walter Evans and his bond fixed at 5000 The Central Clay Product Company owns the ground upon which the Patton bricK plant is located and all the kilns machinery and buildings with the exception of the Brice rail road tunnel kiln winch it has never accepted frnn the Perfect Combustion Company of America which built it Th Central Clay Product Company succeeded tile old Patton Vitrified Brick Co as owner of the plant several years ago It was capitalized at 100001 and incorporated at Dover Del The company nn its organiza tion issued bonds to this amount at 250 each The bonds boar 6 per cent interest and fell due on June 16 1002 The Columbia Finance and Trust Company financed them and took n mortgage on the plant to secure pay ment This company now asks that the mortgage be foreclosed and the plant sold claiming that according to their belief the Central Clay Pro duet Company IM insolvent and numerous suits filed against it recently have affected its holdings Breckenridge Visitors Honored Misses Beulah and Maude Board gave nn entertainment at their home 1800 Hathaway street last Thursday evening in honor of their visitors Misses Alma Orendotf Anna Clay comb and burael Jordan of Brecken ridge county Music was furnished by Hulseys band and light refresh ments were served Those present were Misses Alma Orendorff Anna Claycomb Eureal Jordan of Webster Ky Beulah and Maude Board Mr and Mrs Frank Dnggius Mr and Mrs Overingtou Jim Kurtz of Web ster Ky Milt Sklllumn Willie and Charlie Board Mr Ben Hulsey Frank Hulsey and Ed Brown Owensboro Inquirer The Sahe That Heals without leaving a scar is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel ifl applied to many salves but DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure unadul terated Witch Hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salve 1is offered you it Is a counterfeit E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitts Witch Hazle Salve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises totter or blind bleeding itching and pro trading piles Sold by all Druggists Mrs Howards Funeral The funeral of Mrs Laura P How ard of New YorK City formerly of Cloverport took place at Jefferson ville Ind last Thursday morning at 10 oclock from the residence of her husband Capt Wm Howard The body arrived from Washington DD Wednesday and the interment was in Walnut Hill cemetery Jefferson ville Thursday Mrs AA LaHelst of this cityand Miss Sallie E Miller of Washington D C both nieces of Mrs Howard attended the funeral To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All drusgUts orotund tlio money It It hills to cure E W Orves signature Uon each box Sta Work Well Advanced Stijes S Morgan struck a good flow of water in a well they put down at the Cloverport Machine and Foundry Cos plant last week and have taken their drlling machinery to Tell City where they will put down wells Work on the companys plant IB well advanced ASSIGNMENTSFOR Of the M E Church South lithe Owensboro and Eliza betlitown Districts REV KING TO REMAIN HERE assignmentsforpal church South in the Owensbon and Elizabethtowu districtsThe assign ments were made at the fiftyeight annual session of the Louisvillo conference which met at iMarion last week Elizabethtowu District Presiding Elder P C Duvall Bliznbethtowu A P Lyon Elazbethtown Circuit J G Freeman HognnHodsenvilleE Vine GroveG F CuudiiC BrandeuburgT L Crandall Big Soring L M Russell HynesFalls Sonorn D F Walton Hardln Springs W it Gobb McDauiels J H Miissuy Louisville Circuit B A Brandon Wolf CreekW V Moornnm LeitchHeldC F Williams Si nth Leitchhfield B A Hunter West Piont li F Wilson Milluratown B M Dewitt StephunsportJ C Hoskinson Rosettn relix Roberts Owensboro District HushingSettle Main Street B Currie RllndolphYelvlugtonA RosineBW Lawhetn Calhoon R H Rose BogardHartfordW Hawesville E R Bennett CloverportP L King DoggessLew1lportJames Fordsville J B Galloway South CarrolItonW W Prune- LivermoreJ L Reid Sulphur Spring G A Salvage Pleasant Ridge R D Bennett A SUCCESS IN EVERY WAV Several Hundred People Attend Dru ry Colt Show and Fine Colts are Exhibited C H Drurys colt show at Bewley yule Saturday was m every way a success The day was fine and n large crowd of visitors and friends of Den mark Dare and his gets were present there being in all some three or four hundred people The number of colts entered was nineteen and a more beautiful string was never shown in the ola town Mr Drury secured the services of nr expert judge from Nelson county Mr Beck Bealmear who awarded the premiums Wade Drnry captured the first premium of 12 Charlie Moorman of MrIalready taken three prem turns at the Ehzabethtown Fair on hi colts and in one ring the entries were made up from all over the State there being seventeen in the ring The yearolds were then brought in and after a close contest a premium 01f S was given E P Hnrdnway Tom Moorman of Big Spring Charlie Moorman and Jerry Stone 01 Hardin county Will Moore of Mc Daniels Joe Moreman Clay McGhee of Brandenburg and Park Booth 01 Leavenworth Ind were at C H Drurys Saturday bringing will them some very fine specimens of the get of Denmark Dare Taylo Kasey and Mr Griffith of Bij Spring were among the number wino came to see and swell the crowd n the colt snow Air Clarence Board Dead Mr Clarence Board of this city die last night in Louisville The news wa received as we go to press Mr Board was operated on yesterday in Louisvill and succumbed shortly afterward II sufferedwith cancer of the liver Fi neral arrangements have not been mad yet Mr Board leaves n wife and on childand a host of friends to mour his sudden demise THE OLD RELIABLE I AbsolufelyPure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Declines the Nomination- To the Republicans of Breokeuridge county On account of III health nnd press ing business interests which would prevent my performing my duties as an officer I desire to respectfully de cline the nomination for County Sur veyor tendered me by the Convention which met at Hurdiusburg July 11 I desire to express my appreciation of the honor conferred upon me nun I trust the fact that this nomination came to me unsought nnd in the way of Mirprise renders me no less grateful I am also thankful to those of my Democratic friends who encouraged me to outer this race RespectfullyClifton Howard Drys Win at Irvington Irvington Ky Out 6SpecialI- n the local option vote here last week the drys won by a vote of 72 to SO The vote was a great surprise to the wets Three years ago the drys carried by 22 majority Beard Colt Show Oct 17- Hnrdinsbnrg Ky Oct Otpeolal Clans L Beard will have his colt show here on Saturday October 17 Everyone should bring his colt wheth er they complete for the premiums or not as there will be several buyers present at that time GIVEN LETTERS OF DISMISSION Continued from Page 7 Third nay Association opened ntO oclock and closed at 2 oclock to meet again next year W V Hnrrell resigned as olerk of Goshen Association Rev H B White elected messenger to represent Goshon Association at Southern Bap tist Convention at Nashville next yearAfter some minor business was at tended to Rev White preached the last sermon of tne me etlng J E Kieth and J F Morton delegates from the Cloverport Baptist church ns instructed asked for its dismission from the association during the meeting which was grant ed HARNED Messrs Guthrie nnd Shelby Tucker made a flying visit to Louisville last weekQuite a crowd from here attended weeksMiss Myrtle Smith the daughter of Mr and MrsEnoch Smith died Sept 28 Mrs Mary Berkleyof Ogden Ill is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Duggin Miss Birdie Smith of Leltohfleld MissesfTuckerA and son have justf arrived with their new stock of goods Call and see them Mrs Johnnie Tucker and little visitring her mother Mrs Amanda Tucker have returend to their home at I Endtield Ill Miss Ora Alexander ot Memphis Tennis visiting her aunt Mrs Mary d HaynesMrs Ann Colon worth entertained s a few of tho young people to a pound party Wednesday night c Diphtheriae 0SpecialuMr Will Jarretts little daughter e died Saturday night of diphtheria e Another of his children la very low a of the same disease but there is hope of her recovery A The Breckenridge News WEDNESEAY OCTOBER 7 1003 ALL ACTIVITY AT WEST POINT Over 12000 Troops at Camp Young Participating in the Maneuvers MANEUVER PROGRAM OF WEEK Regular United States Army a 100 Kentucky two regiments and artil lery battalion 1850 Ohio one regiment 1400 Michigan three regiments and one battalion artillery 2400 Wisconsinnne regiment 1800 Indiana three regiments one battery 2200 Total122Z0The above are the troops now en camped on the field at Camp Young who are participating in the maneu vers at West Point Between 8000 and 10000 of these who compose the national guardsmen of five states Kentucky Indiana Wisconsin Michi gan and Ohioarnml at Camp Young Howard last Thursday At on early hour the troop trains bearing tne different regiments began to arrive at camp and continued all during the day every hour adding hundreds of Talllllu men to the main holly of regulars Long troop trains running in two three and four sections followed each other into camp and were unloaded as rapidly as possible the var Ions regiments going to their camp sitesTwo regiments of the Kentucky State Guard and the Louisville butteries marched into Camp Young last Wednesday But they did not cone nil at one time Sometimes two companies straggled in together sometimes a battalion marched in to add to the bustle and confuison and occasionally a single company straggled in alone and started preparations for two weeks of camp life Last week the soldiers were put through all the maneuvers of wareach day being occupied with carrying out the program as recently published in the News Nothing abort of rent war could have surpassed the maneuvers which were execute on the training grounds Wed nesday The country people were out in numbers tins the stringers from the city mingled with the population of the neighboring villages who had heard that the oannonadlug from the hills in the neighborhood of Wiggin ton would be general and no one wished to mise the spectacular exhi bition As far as sound and thuudi r cf artillery go the assembled crowd was not disappointed but the surface of the country was such that few of the soldiers were seen engaged in the tight The man on horseback was in evi dence in numbers for the first time at Camp Young Thursday when the cavalry brigade gave a dress parade in the Howard Hats between that place and West Point Fifteen troops from the j Second Fourth Seventh and Eighth regiments with their sAlxsrs glinting i in the snnlightstood before ion JC i Bates the commanding officer of the j encampment as the hour hand pointed J to 4 oclock and the spectacle was j nn posing A touch of color was added j to the oil ve drab uniforms of the J officers ami the khaki ot the troops J by the bright colored uniforms of Cols j Foster and Raspaholf the distinguished J J military attaches at the encampment J from the Russian and English embass 1pea at Washington J The Seventh Regiment Band which J has done service on many similar occasions led the line of march atop ping in front of Gen Bates and his staff on the first round of the review Around four sides of the square walked the prancing cavalry horses and then the laud struck up Garry Owen It was the air winch hud won fame for the regiments at a battle charge on the fields of Cubaand it was the air which caused President Theo dore Roosevelt little more than a year ago as he stood in the historic J limits of Chickamauga Park to wave J his hat in the air and cheer like a school boy as the crowd became I I frantic with military ardor J Lieut SBM Young in command ofJJ the United States Army and lien Innii Hamilton of the English Army probably j will visit Camp Young about October 10 A letter was received from them last week accepting an invita tion to be the guest of the Louisville i Board of Trade should they come j ThAY have been perfecting their plans J quietly but it is almost a certainty J that they will visit Louisville and Camp Young j Besides going through tbe tactics J of war the troops have been thiowing J n- n up intrenchrnents and doing other work incident to military life Friday there were combined manu vers at Camp Young advance guard in series of nine detached maneuvers a lecture to commissary officers of mil itia in the morning on methods of ad ministration in the subsistence department ana a lecture in the evening to all officers on the subsistence of ar roles Saturday In the foreman militia officers inspected intrenchrnents under guidance of engineer officers Specimens of model intranchment are left luring the encampment as an object lesson to the militia Lecture in the afternoon on modern arms and pro- jectilEs TIle evto ng dlscufsion of maneuvers of previous day Battalion drill close order in the morning Battalion drill extended order in the aiternoon Sunday divine service were held in the morning and the militia marched out in the evening to bivouac in posi tions for tactical exercises the follow ing morning Monday there were combined man and a lecture in the evening to all officers on army transportation Tuesday In the morning lecture to Quartermasters of militia on method of administration in the Quartermas ters Department in the evening review of maneuvers ot previous day Regimental drill in the morning Today there will be combined maneuvers again march of a division and deployment for battle Thin afternoon there will be a mounted parade and this evening a lecture to officers of strategyThe for the remainderof the week is as follows Thursday Brigade drill discussion of maneuvers of previous day Lec tune in afternoon on military hygiene Troops march out in the evening and bivouac in position for maneuvers the following lay Friday Contact of opposing forces involving attacK and defense accord ing to the circumstances of encounter Saturday Discussion of maneuvers of previous day militia breaks camp at noon Gonfesslons of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wane Ark writes For 12 years suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but trot no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medi clue for Liver mid Klaney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Oak SUo rrrrrrrrrrrrrttrrrrrrrr rrr JUMPING UP jumpingdownbeen for years runnfng clown in health expect to jump back at once It takes years generally to make a man a con firmed dyspeptic and cannot expect to be in daysThere no heII dspeP1sia covery It cures r diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and builds 1 up the Lady with sound flesh and solid muscle I was taken sick two years agowrites Rev W H Palter sonof White Cloud Alawith what the doctors thought was gastric trouble indigestion or nervous dyspepsia aloo con ctlpation and inactive liver I was in a dreadful condition Tried several different doctors with but little result I had gotten so feeble that I was almost past traveling about had got down to 114 pounds I went and bought six bottles of Golden Medical Discovery and got the Pellets and began followlug direc lions When I had taken about five bottles I felt Ivery much better and was 1 greatly improved and I 1weighedsay that Dr Pierce a medicine are a God send to poor suffering humanity and I advise anv and all chronic sufferers to give them a fair trial and they will be satisfied Accept no substi DiscoveryTherediseases of the stomach Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness and sick headache BIG SPRING Dr Stiother attended the State Fair Jns Moorman was in Louisville Saturday W H Doran was in Louisville WednesdayMiss Clarkson is visiting friends at Owensboro John Norris went to Hllrdlll burg to hear Beokhaui MissBabo Ann Smith left for Louisville Saturday BornTo the wife of Henry Norris Sept 29 a girl Miss Myrtle Moorman is visiting friends at West Point Rev Russell is attending the Annul Conference at Marion- A R Norris was in Louisville last week buying fall goods Mr Frank Hardin spent Sunday nt Rome Ind with a friend Several from here will go to 11- Pstrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr 1 THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER sr rzt sit terprise As a rule the newspaper represents to the outside world the town itself Poor paper poor town is the usual r verdict It is therefore to the interest of every town to sup port a good newspaper Not through local pride alone but for s practical business reasons A newspaper is constantly doing ten times as much for its town as it could ever hope to get pay r formore than it could charge for if it would Tho snore prosperous a paper is the more it is able to do Show us a good circulationir prosperous progressive community And we will also show you a paper that is worth live times as much to that commun ity every year as the editor manages to make for himself Show s us a community that persistently proceeds on tho idea that tho K- A editor of the home paper can live on tho pi that accumulates rin tho ollico whoso oilicial bodies think it n waste of public r s money to throw him a bit of public printing occasionally at Y- G living prices whose citizens have come to regard it as one of their inalienable rights to work luau for longwind obituary no tices and in memorial with three inches of hymnbook poetry tit the end to say nothing of an occasional notice about r a lost cow or some cotton seed for sale and wo will show you a onir about those things It is an important matter It is their own r good that is involved the welfare and progress of their com Y munity It may be that tho daily papers with their larger R news service und quicker facilities muy have overshadowed the r weeklies but the weeklies continue to fill a place that the dailies can never fill If they keep the people of n community in touch rs with each other by giving them the news of their town and county for that alone they are of value and are worth far moro r than the dollar n year that is usually charged for them If x they merely chronicle tho progress of the community and keep s the local pride and progressive spirit aroused they nro worth stillmorefnr more in fnct than tho town ever spends on x them Bear this in mind No Merchant no grand jury no S town council that spends every year all that they cnn afford jc i with the homo paperwhether that expenditure is actually 5 r necessary or not makes a wiser more profitable investment r They are not giving the homo paper something On the J1 r contrary it is earning every cent it gets andmoreprovided vb it is n paper that is worth pickhg up in the road And if it it isnt that sort of paper it is usually tho fault of tho town inv ir which it is pulilished From tho San Jose Mercury irlRltAIt1ViltlltARtfili RItAAR AAAA CfitA A Altit A AAil7sstitAR71I1 AAifil Point to see the maneuvers Misses Virda and Vernie Moorman are visiting friends at West Point Mr and MrsH Meyer have return ed from Louisville where they have been spending several days Miss Willible Moorman was the guest of Mrs Chas Dinry at Bewley ville Friday evening Mrs Johnson of Hillsooro III who was here several days visiting friends has gone to Vine Grove to visit rela tivesJohn Meador Jr has moved his family here from Ellzabethtown and wi II engage in farming for the presentJames Harned has sold ms house null lot in center of town to Jack Collins and has moved on his farm in the edge of town Silas Wright an aged citizen living near here died Monday and was buried here at ths Methodist church Tuesday Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleanses and hells the whole surface over which it diffuses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which Is drying or exciting to to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is reocgnized a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail A cold in the h ad immed iately disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York TARFORK Len Keenan was in Cloverport ThursdayMrs Jackson nUll Miss Minnie Jackson visited at Jolly Station Sun dayMr Floyd Lancaster of Askins was the guest of Miss Minnie Burdett SundayIrene Bates and Norman Chancellor were in Owenaboro last week to attend the State Fair James Keenan and J B Jackson went to Hardiasbnrg Tuesday to hear Uov Beckhniu Mrs Merd Allenof Cloverport was the guest of her father Mr Samuel Mntlett last week Mr and Mrs L C Taul and little daughter Irene attended the dedica tion at Glendeane Sunday Mrs Ella Keenan and Miss Maggie Keenan have returned from a delight ful visit to friends and relatives in Owensboro They attended the State Fair while there A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worjt form and felt miserable most till the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodal Dyspepsia Cure which has com pletely cured me MrsW W Soylor Hilhard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache con stipation bad breath sour risings in digestion dyspepsia nnd all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use o Kodal Rerrjsents the natural juces of digestion combined with the great est Known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purities and sweetens the stomach Sold 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Breckenrldrfe News and The Weekly Inter Ocean one Year both papers for 160 DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases aChe Madder Also I Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There If a cure for you If necessary wrlto Ur 1ennor lie has spent a llfo tlmo curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Free- I have been a sufferer from rhnematls for over ten years and have often been con fined to my bed for several days and suffered intensely Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure afforded relief at once I new feel as well as I ever have in my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City MOM Druggists fiOc tl Ask for Cook HookFlit For Sale By Short 14 Haynes H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession in all of the COUllIeaoad cases nnd criminal practice License w 0 CourtsOlftco M1NINk1tM1ItIM11MtlSkM1t11lt1tN9111e1eKOLONIST = VIA THE s r s Onehalf rate plus two dollars from Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem = phis to points in- MISSOURI = = ARKANSAS = K INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA K TEXAS IR LOUISIANA 3 This rate is in effect on the first and Jj aK third Tuesdays of each month Full Iinformation furnished upon app1 Ica tion to any passenger agent of the jj company or to s PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Frisco System I Saint Louis I NlattliMtat31tla1 ttlNtlatliklaialalatliNa I First I ClassMEATS MEATSFor Occasions I i Fred May City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY IIs s mse e s ONEWAY RATES Every day from 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 Nampa Idaho 2500 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle 2500 to Vancouver and Victoria i2500 to Ashland and Astoria Ore gon via Portland I2S00 to San Francisco Los Angles aud San Diego- Correspondingly low rates to many other California Oregon Washington Montana Utah and Idaho points From Chicago and St Louis proportionately low rates are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Pacific t For full information call on or address W H CONNOR O A 53 East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio J L MOORMAN a DENTISTrOffice over Oehes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dente Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Priced Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you I can depend on COmsECTXESS OF STILE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING IIELIAIIILIIY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY do CO Prop LUMBERtDOORS SA SIIBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands I write your Deeds nnd tnko tho acknowledgement nt your home This saves you trouble nnd cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky SOc WILL BE WORTH 1 IN OC TOBER AT THE NEWS OFFICE Public Sale11111111111 I will sell at Public Auction at my farm near i Sample on Wednesday Oct 21 4 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 Sale E H PATEU f P rj v rr r ifl i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1003 MINUTES OF HIGHLAND NOBLES CASTLE NO 103 Communicated Hardlnsbnrg Ky Aug 81 1003 1 Highland Nobles of Hardinsburg Cas tie No 103 met Monday night Aug ust 81 and initiated ten benlflciary applicants and six social applicants The benificiary members are as fol lows Joseph H Heaton 1000 Arthur B Stinnett 2000 Lawrence F Tabor 1000 Ernest E Davis 1000 Jess H Meador 500 Marion J Thomas 1500 Willard X Kincheloe 1000 Edward P Fenn 1000 Samuel P Fenn 1000 George W Meador 500 The social members are Win Ahl Jesse W Kincheloe W S Ball Wilson Hogird John C Trent and Crawford Beauchamp All ofsaid beneficial and social members paid their monthly dues which paid in ad vance for the months of September and October 1003 A resolution was made ana unani mously carried to name the subordinate Castle Hardinsburg Castle No 103 1 All present seemed pleased with the project of the new organization and it was mutually agreed that Hardins 11 burg Castle would meet and be dated as a permanent organization Thurs day night Sept 17 1003 Officers tIwere elected for the ensuing term as follows Noble W S Ball Protector Noble Marion J Thomas Councellor Noble Willard X Kincheloe Past Pro tector Noble George W Meador Evangel Noble Jess W Kincheloe Secretary Noble John C Trent Escort Noble Samuel P Fenn Guard Noble Crawford Beauchamp Sentinel Said officers were duly installed and each officer elect accepted his respec tive position Nothing engaging fur ther attention of the members Har dinsburg Castle was closed in regular form until Thursday night Sept 17 Hardinsburg Ky Sept 17 1003 Highland Nobles of Hardinsburg Castle No 103 wet Thursday night Sept 17 and completed organization and dated same as permanent organi zation of this date Noble John C Trent resigned his position as Escort and his verbal resignation was unani mously accepted Noble Crawford Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 2Sc All drujslsu beautifulDrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEWh leersI- OeT 0 DfftMOItTt 0 ft P MALI a Cl IMU N H Beauchamp also resigned his position as Sentinel and MM verbal resignation was unanimously accepted The elec tion of officers was completed 1 bv elec ting Noble John C Trent Seutinal and Noble Crawfora Beanobainp a Escort Dr John E Kncheloe as Local Physician Trustees were elected as follows Noble Crawford Beauchamp three year term Noble Jess W Kincheloe two year term Noble Edward P Fenn one year term A resolution was offered and unani mously carried to go through the initi ation ceremonies und Noble Ernest E Davis offered himself as a candidate for initiation Officers tooK their UIIU al Stations and initiated Noblo Ernest Davis for the purpose of becoming IE with the Ritualistic work After the initiation ceremonies a resolution was offered and unanimously I carried for Hardinsbutg Castle to meet Tnnrsday night Sept 24 at 780 Nothing engaging further attention of the members Hardinsbnrg Castle was closed In regular form by the act- Ing presiding officer Nuble Vm L Popham and to remain closed until Thursday night Sept 24 1903 Often a person puts off taking needed tonic because of the disagreeable taste of most tonic preparations Therefore the Ideal tonic should be pleasant to the palate Walthers Pep tonized Port may justly claim the title of the ideal tonic for in addition of being highly agreeable to the taste it is a strengthener of greatest value combining port wine itself a tonic of noted efficacy with pepsin which is naturess own digestive agent This preparation restores lost vitality and cures nervous prostration Indi gestion and all kindred ailments Small size 50 cents large size 100 For sale by A R Fisher City to Buy Plant City Ind Sept 20Tine city ITellmuch trouble in getting Its own light plant has been granted the right to buy Mr William Schaett ers plant for 10700 or to lease it It is almost certain that the city will buy the plant You Know What You Are Taking When you takoOrovos Tasteless Chill Tunic becauM the formula Is plulnly printed on every bottle showing I hut It is glumly Iron and Qulnlnu In it tasteless form No cure No pay Irtce tM- Hearing of Howard Case Frankfort Ky Sept 80The case of Jim Howard on appeal from the Franklin Circuit Court has been set for oral argument before the Appelate Court for Nov 24 It was set oy the Clerk of the Court the attorneys not agreeing Two days will be allotted for the hearing before the full court Rally at Brandenburg The Democrats of Meade countywill lure a rallat Brandenburg on Men day October la Gov J C W Beck ham and the Hon Ollie James will speak on this occasion CLOVERPORT BOY COMMANDS First Lieutenant David Murray In Charge of Situation In Breath Itt County First Lieutenant David Murray Jr Battalion Quartermaster Second Battalion Second Infantry National Guards of Kentucky is acting com mailing post at Jackson Breathitt county Monday Tuesday and today he has been in charge of the situation- In Breathitt county in the absence of Capt Longmire post commander When Capt Longmiro returns Lieut Murray will be as sistant prosatt mareahl which is another name for the office of acting commander of the post Lient Murray is a son of Ad1t Gen D R Murray and a Cloverport boy He is only twenty years of age and it is quite an honor to hold the position in bloody Breanitt that he does when the situation there is so strained On Sept 28 Lieut Murray was ordered oy Quartermaster General VH Milier of the United States army to report ut West Point immediately He re ported on Sept 20 at Frankfort for further orders and was ordered to re port back to Jackson There he got leave of absence to visit his brotner and sister H C Murray and Miss AN lieno Murray in this city and arrived here last Wednesday morning Saturday morning he left Jackson and re ported back Sunday Monday he tooK command of twentyfive men and one commissioned officer stationed there During the first trouble in Jackson there were 2 0 soldiers on guard but about a month ago this number was reduced to 25 In speaKing of Breathitt county Lieut Murray says The situation in Breathitt county is about the same us it was May 24 On an average of one arrest a day is made The other day we went twenty miles to get a man who had thrown a stone at another man and killed him without causa A number of blind tigers have been raided The people want the troops to remain and have petitioned Governor BecKham to have them stay until Christmas if not longer Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully in street dirt It is inactive HO long as exposed to the air but when curried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails and when the air Is ex cluded the germ Is roused to activity nud produces the most virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger of locKJaw avoided by applying inamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injures to heal without maturation and in one third the time required oy the usual treatment It Is for sale by Short Hiy ties I It PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at Public Auction at my former home near Irvington o- nMonday Oct 12 03 f all my household and kitchen furniture farm implements stock etc consisting of Cattle Horses Hogs Corn Oats and Orchard grass Seed I Also a Thoroughbred Hereford Bull one of the best animals in the Country 4 Terms made known on day of Sale De W Henry the wellknown and popular auctioneer will cry the sale JOHN L HENRYIrv- ington Ky lift ft f 1 MINTONEINSTANTLY HeadAcheTHE THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervous ness CURES Dizziness CURES Nausea CURES Sleeplessness CURES quietstheRogersReynolds Cards are out announcing the mar rings t Mr Lon ROller and Miss Jes sie Reynolds daughter of Mr and Mrs J Reynolds Fordsvhle The event will take place at the Baptist church in Fordsville at high noon Wednesday Oct 21 Mies Reynolds is a charming young lady and has many friends in Ohio and Breckenridge counties Mr Rogers u a popular young business man roke Into Ills louse S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his troubles was arrested and now hes entirely cured They are guaranteed to cure 2oc nt Short Haynes lore Than Her Share Mrs Mat Duvisof near DerbyInd is having more than her share of trouble and distress It will be re membered that she lost two little sons by drowning several weeks ago About a week ago her home was de stroyed by tire and is a total loss as there was no insurance She is the widow of Jacob Davis of Union township Perry county Ind CASTORXABean the- 8lgaatare of j 1ht Kind You Have Always Bouglll Worst Trip In Boats History The trip of the packet Tarascou from Owensboro to Louisville the first of last week was the worst in the histo ry of the boat according to Capt Fredrick Zoll The bout was delayed twentyfour hours and its late arrival caused much anxiety The chief delay was caused by one of tre heaviest fogs ever known on the Ohio river Objects a foot from the boat could not be made out and it was necessary to tie up at Stephemport and blow dan ger whittles at intervals of n minute to prevent collision Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex house Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back an shonldar blades shifting palnsdllli culty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawKlngspittingdroppiugs in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hun dreds of cases of 30 or 40 years stand ing after doctors hot springs and pat ent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advice for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for auy one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure nnd rich thereby giving a1 healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a packing up Sold at drug stores 1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also spe clan medical advice by deacrioing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ou A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand print ed testimonials so write at once Buys New Traction Engine Chas Oelze who lives near town on the Hardlnaburc and Cloverport turnpike his bought a new traction engine for his threshing outfit from the Heiluiau Machine worKsof Evans yule Ind The engine arrived from Evansville lust week I For a pleasant physic take chamber Ittinss Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by Short Haynes I t Just advertise what you have for sale Irv Our Want Column Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED s N ee NNN II THE TWO STATES BANK iINCOIlPORATEDi ISTEPHENSPORT KY IKE C ADAIR President DR J H LEU Vicepresident JOHN S ADAIR Cashier IIHICTOItSIG W PAYNE R A SMITH WM B HARDIN R A SHELLMAN R D HAMILTON L P MILKER J S CAREY THE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Your funds are absolutely safe lu our bauk as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in the county We solicit your business whether large or small You can do your banking with us by mail I JOHN S ADAIR Cashier NmN N a i sNNNmNNseNNNN NNNsss I First State Bank9 1 IRVINGTON KY- 11v a i J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPKR Cashier i Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited S Interest Paid on Time Deposits NNN NNN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized itt1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Finns Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages In our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest ps id on time deposits 0010 000000000000000000 0004000000000000000000 Bank of Hardinsburg i t OFFICERS T iiBF BBARD PRKSIDBXT M H bEARD Cashier tiiDIRUCTORS i Eskridge C Vic Robertson B F Beard Y RichardsonT i i Interest paid on time depositsN- ON000OONOOONOONOONN NNNOONOOONON OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOfl GRINDING I4D ADDISON ADDISON XY t- j 71 y BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V Q BABBAQE Editors tad Proprietor leaned Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged fir at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of b MnU per line Money In advance EIGHT PAGES The Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1003 ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements under this heal will bo In serted and curried until the election for the 4 sum of f5 In advance It doesnt matter what party device you are running under and you be a reputable citizen you can taut your an nouncement under this head with the guar antee that It will IK seen and read by every TOter In llreckenrldjre county fl BRECKENRIDQE COUNTY For Circuit Court Clerk Breckenridge County- W SHERMAN BALL Nominee of the Republican Party For Representative of Breckenridge l County MAT P PAYNE Nominee of the Republican Party HON D C MOORMAN Nominee of the Democratic party for reelection A CHEERFUL FARMER Therus thtll half so prooxl1 Pot the health as rlmppln wood Vntess Its dolii cltoros Fur it ke Is you out of doors Or alicddln1 down the horse An fredfir him of coarse Or nmllkln of the cows 1 1Ordrivln em to browse Or risln1 In the morn gos to git to boon corn Or nadilntherye t Tore the sun gUs up too high f An Kltilnln the hay Is the hcUhlt t kind o play Like lulpln Uncle Hill To i rry out tho swill j Hootn tuttirs strengthens backs 1 Most us good as pullln flax An drapgln In the calf Is u Job to make you laugh j An pillln up the length Of forclwooO ghee you strength Its moot as Hood a Job As to lark a len fout log- An you dont Kit too ranch alto Skeerln1 dogs from out tho sheep An It gives you pluck an brawn To rise titfore the Uwn Fred harm ss up an load An Kit out on the road AH then come lame at night PettlliT just a leetle tight- I tell yt theres a charm In workln on a farm T X In New York Sun In another column will be found condensed statements of the Blink of Cloverport and The First State Bank of Irvington These statements show that these institutions are in a healthy and prosperous condition anti for new banks are doing exceedingly well Havent you a relative or a friend away from home You could not please them better than by wending them a copy of the Nuts It costs you only 50 cents a year less than a cant a week It is even cheaper than mailing your own paper to them There is no better time than right now to subscribe for the News Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional die ease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous sur faces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics konwn combined witn the bloodjj purifiers acting directly on the mu coos surfaces The perfect combina tion of the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful results cur ing Catarrh Send for testimonials free FJCHENEY K CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by druggists price 7Co Halls Family Pills are the bestJJ IRVINGTON Rev Hines has returned from M E ConferenceMrs Dempster has returned to her home at Glendeane Mrs Lou Bishoff and children have returned from Bardstown Mrs John Nevitt and Mary attend ed the Horse Show in Louisville I Mr and Mrs Kendall were visiting at Unston batnrday and Sunday John L Henry has bought the property adjoining him of Glen Hardaway Mrs EvaninHoy of Chicago is ex r ri w Wo Hair CI My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed I then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs G A McVay Alexandria O The trouble is your hair does not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time 1100 I came All dnirllU If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and We will express you a bottle Be sure and give the name of your neareitexprns office Address JCAYEK CO Lowell Mail pecteil here to visit relatives this week Mr and Mn G O Bailey were in attendance at the Garfield Association James Bate Herndon and wife at tended the Goshen Association at Oar field Miss Mary Mercerof near Raymond was a visitor at the Claycoinbs sever al days RevJauies Lewis was in attendance at the Association whih convened at UarfieldTaylor Dowell anti son Lonnieweut to Hardinsburg to hear Governor Beckhani Miss Eva est McGlothlan is in Louisville visiting her brother and Miss Tyler Mrand Mrs Willard Kincheloe were Rt home for a few days in their tray to Louisville Mrs Simmons and daughter Lena Foote and little Jessie are in L ouis vine shopping Mrs Nicholas Netherton and baby were here from Stephensport several lays last week Tom Thomas has moved into the cottage on Road street recently vaca ted by Mrs Keith We are grieved to know of the pro longed illness of Mrs Frank whose speedy recovery we had hoped for Mrs John R Wimp and Catherine are in the city visiting and seeing the many attractions that are now on ex hibition there Miss Nella Miller who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Bob Hen drinks has returned to her home near Hardin sburg Dr Vitas Marshall and family have vacated their cottage on Walnut street and are limning their home now with G T Marshall Rev J T Lewis left Saturday for Stephensport where he will engage In a protracted meeting assisted by Roy W s Thomas Mrs Virgo Babbgae has returned to her homo in Cloverport after a short visit to her father Mr L A Foot w ho is ill of parnlslsICharlie Chamberlain has purchased the last ono of the prettiest building lots in Woodland and will erect a two story house on it Contractor Bramlett will submit plans for a very handsome modern hu le at an early date It is easier to perceive faults in a than than to see his good qualities Hence a man measures himself by his measure of others The fault tinder and sneerer is commonly a small person- As a man approaches greatness he grows generous and gracious Not what he thinks of himself but what he sees in others shows what he really Is It is well to have this truth in mind as we pass judgment on our fellows From another Correspondent Miss Lillie McGlothlan anti her niece Miss Eva lire in Louisville Mr and Mrs A B Coleman spent Sunday in Brandenburg with r lathes A large number of Irvington people attended Chas Drnrys colt show at JewJpyville Saturday Miss Reba Lewis Mr Lonnie Dowell MS Simmons and Mrs Bion Jolly are all on the sick list Rev Graves preached an excellent ermon on Foreign Missions in the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning Mrs Mary Frank mother of Mrs D C Heron who was critically ill last week is somewhat improved at this writing After a weeks vacation the public chools have again resumed work under the supervision of Prof and Mrs McClure Among the visitors at Hardinsburg last week to see Gov Beckham ana hear the political speeches were Taylor Dowell J B Biggs Einest Hen erson E L Bennett Mrs 0 Hensel sad L Dowell Jamie and Alheanen LaHeist were n Fenley part of last week i UNION STAR Mrs Chas Stewart is visiting ner relatives at Garfield Mrs Herbert Bruner was in Louis ville shopping this week Dr Pnsey of Louisville was here Tncsdayon a professional visit Miss Hullie Severs was the guest ot Miss MaryRhodes Wednesday night- S W Pate spent last week visiting friends in Hardinsburg anti McQuady A number of persons from here went to Hardinsbnrg Tuesday to hear Beck hamThe Teachers Association for tnis district will meet here Saturdayr Oc tober 24 Rev W C Moorman returned Fri day fromMarion where he attended ConferenceRobt ofI7ardinsburg spent Sunday here the guest of Miss Mary RichardsonMiss Elizabeth Haynes spent part of this week with her aunt Miss Martha J Haynes Mrs Ben Singleton has returned from Louisville with her fall line of millinery Give her a call Mr and Mrs E H Pate of Sam pe visited Mr and Mrs Hughes Frymire Saturday and Sunday Misses Mollie and Mamie Adkisson of Lodibnrg were the guests of Mr and Mrs McGlothlau Saturday MissesIMary D and Sallie E Rich ardson visited their sister Mrs P M Beard at Hardinsburg lost week 3Jr Naomi Chappell went to Jar field Saturday to spend n couple of weeks with her daughter Mrs Cart Ever tt Frymire of Chenault spent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt and uncle Mrand Mrs John Rollins Mr and Mrs James Jolly of Sample Misses Kate Jolly and Bessie Brumfield visited their relatives near here Friday CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of H BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Frank is seriously ill The colt shows were crowded and the premiums fine T J Moore was here Sunday look ing after his friends Dr J M Walker was elected school trustee Saturday evening Mrs Rachell McQuown has returned from a visit to Falls of Hough Miss Katie Smith of Pleasant View attended services here Sunday Miss Mary Payne has returned from a long visit to friends at Cloverport Frank Stith came down from Louis ville Saturday to attend lodge at nightQuite a crowd of Democrats went to Hardinsburg to hear Beckhams speechMonday morning found us all look ing for Rev Hines to come back to as for another year Frank Stith of Louisville took a degree in Masonry Saturday night and remained over Sunday with E O HardawaySupt of the Masonic Home in Louisville took supper with Hon Chas Blanfurd Saturday evening anti attended lodge Mr Kelly of Louisville superin tendent of the Masonic Orphans home was in Bewleyvile Saturday and was entertained by the Hon Chas Blan fordMr and Mrs W A Stith and little W A and Mr and Mrs Frakes and Carrie D spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Chas Drury Mrs Henry Cain Smith and her little boy Laurenare guests of her parents Mr and Mrs U W Smith and visit lug other friends and relatives MessrsUilbert and Owen Kasey have bought the farm Mr John Beavln has been living on for a number of years and will move on it as soon as the house is vacated- A little girl at Frankfort makes Mr and Mrs Thos P Hardaway great grandparents There are also Mr and Mrs Cox Mr and Mrs Ben Hardaway Mr and Mrs Jolly Mr and Mrs L A Foote and WH Cain Sr A nice lot and honorable and not old people either A Correction Capt Harrison Price of Maj Gen Bates staff did not marry a Miss Har din of Cloverport but Mist Lucille Longuemare daughter of Prof Chas Longuemare of El Paso Texas and a granddaughter of the Hon James Hardin A Beet Hard to Beat Mrs Sam Frank of Hardinsbnrg has a beet that is 23 inches long and 16M inches in circumference and weighs 10 pounds = == = Statement of the== ==oc= Bank of Cloverport 1 At the Close of Business September 30 1903 i RESOURCES FURNITURE AND FIXTURESS 100000 LOANS AND DISCOUNTS 2568315 CURRENT EXPENSES 90030 DUE FROM BANKS 887584 CASH ON HAND 384199 TotalS4030728IIIII sworn to before me by E this the 5th day I of N B C i This only last March The above shows it has gone its first summer and a future for this This bank and solicits your OF ON rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr-t air ffa s 0ii V s Jot I Y Jot IlAi1 tAAitARit ilAA Miss M idee Pusey is in Louisville this week Miss Bess Lewis enjoyed her West Point trip Miss Sue Carter is with her sister Mrs D C Pusey Jas Bondurant wife and baby went to West Point Sunday The box supper given by the Cath olio ladies was a complete success Mrs W D Howard and Miss Mary Lin Ditto were in Louisville Saturday Joe A ClarK and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Irs Taylor Haynes DiCK Ditto wife and ohidren visit ed his parents Mr and Mrs Abram Ditto last week Misses Inez Jenkins and Annie Mae Hughes were jast week of Mrs Jauies Bland Mrs J L Malin is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Lewis J L Malin is traveling for the BelKnap Hardware Co A large party of our people went to last Saturday on the steamer Columbia to visit Camp Young and view the maneuvers Mrs Charlie Coleman will entertain the Mite Society Friday night when it will take the form of a tacky par ty and the one who is dubbed the tackiest will be given a handsome cake Everybody ao and have a merry time for a good cause Opening day with Miss lone vow den last was a most auspi cious one The array of beautiful and becoming hats was audit took a long survey in the mirror and the opinion of friends to decide upon just the has been transferred to Kansas City1 from the Bourbon Stock yards George will graduate as a and the facilities out West for the study are much superior His wife will visit her parents Mr ana Mrs J W Lewis before joining him We regret to hear from Mrs C O Fairleigh that her sor Tom of Paris Tenn has had a stroke of paralysis As his office in the railroad requires much writing we hope it is what is termed pen paralysis and that fist time and treatment may fully restore his useful member Nasal Elys Cream Balm eleanies toothea and heals the diluted membrane It cure catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Balm laI placed Into the noetrarepreads over the membrane and li absorbed Relief U Im mediate and a cure follows It II tot drying does not produce sneezing Large Size M c nU at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York LIABILITIES STOCK PAID 1 DEPOSITS 19043C9E- AKNINGS 126359 Total 4030728 E E Gregory Cashier Subscribed and E Gregory cashier October 1903MARION WEATHERHOLT P Bank commenced business statement through successfully promises bright institution appreciates patronage cordially business HIGHEST RATE INTEREST PAID TIME DEPOSITS INSURED AGAINST BOTH FIRE AND BURGLARY Mrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Watch Repairing and EngravingititAititARiRA40tH1RAilitAYAitilitAitit BRANDENBURG guests Brandenburg Thursday bewildering one- UeoWooUolk vetrinary surgeon exceedingly slight department CATARRHIn CAPITAL INS 2000000 Pres Meyer Krstrrr urrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrri Any style of Engraving any kind jewelry All jewelry purchased at this store will bo e4 engraved free charge Watchrrepairing good can done anywhere sN Moderate s Considering Quality of Work Done WBOelzeMusic i I Cloverport Ky oiC Iaititilit ilitilititit Because pure results good today when your mother used twenty years liked bread pies mother made can make them equally good yourself Simply grocer Cadicks Gold Dust Flour made CoGRANDVIEW IND 7 THE fli Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 7 7 CadicksGold Flour always your CdickaMilking centrally located firstclass making shopping Only district principali Street principal theatres citymclean J77 YCONDENSED STATEMENT the condition the FIRST STATE BANK 1 tIRVINGTON KY At the close of Business Sept 30 1903 GI- M IyThis Statement the condition our Bank K Mthe dose the first quarter our business We rt wish invite your attention m rr j W J Piggott J R Wimp VicePres j DIRECTORS R Jolly C S Board D C Heron Lee T C F Alexander N on as as Prices C AALf717RAititilA il A i Q j i I first last and its Baking as as it ago Il you the and i j you ask for M of of be by II ri p Tho most and only hotel In the a A 200 rate one block from the J and two f the icars pats the door to j j of the j Everything neat and II rs 7 k 1 Y ft I fI Of of j itt itjj I j I of of at M of of I Tk l t to JK t I jj Il city j I I RESOURCES 3tCash1091462House00Furnitureand h tOver Drafts 142 38 Expense 392t312l LIABILITIES 00Deposits tIUndivided Profits 5 44 tf39201 20 rt Lrt II H KEI IPER Cashier AJ Frmers 1He1 s 1 s f i iy Mr s t A HOME HAPPY Is one where health abounds With Impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood H Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure- blood a Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1003 See W B Oelzes ad W S Ashby was in Hawesville i Thursday Just a few of our OSo ehces left Babbage Son Emmett Mattingly is clerking for V G Babbace Sj Son A B Skillman was in Morganfleld part of the past week M L Christian has moved into the Dr Moorman residence on the hill Ivan Dame wood of Shenandoah Ia 4 is the guest of P D Plunk and farm l lyiMiss Nettle Gregg the milliner came down from Louisville Wednes dayLawrence Murray left Thursday for Huntington W Va to visit rela tivesMiss Jennie Warfied of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Fraize Henry Haynes of Bluff city was the guest of his cousin J E Keith FridayMrs E G Gregory and children came up from Ftmley Thursday to vis it relatives No business of importance was before tne city council at its regular meeting Monday night Father Drury of Knottsville Daviess county was the guest of Father Brey Wednesday and Thursday Byrne Severs left Wednesday for I Louisville to complete his course In the Louisville School of Pharniuoy Mr and Mrs George Patton re turned Thursday from a visit to J M Atherton at Campobella Louisville Mrs E C Brice returned Monday a visit in Spain and France l1 1I 1Ifrom Brice accompanied her as far as New York Miss Eunice Wheeler who was the guest ol Miss Jane Hambleton return ed last Wednesday to her home in Har din Grove Ind Tom Sheeran of KirK and John Askins of McQnady were in Hender son last week attending the fair and visiting relatives Miss Mattie Bonner of Mexii Texas who was the guest of Miss Ethel Oelze left Wednesday for a visit in Central KentuckIMessrs Leonard Oelze and Edmund Wroe and Miss Mary Jarboe and Mrs Ella Gmtrory returned Friday from the Institute at HardlnsburgIA B Skillman and daughter lIssI Lizze and Mr and Mrs C W Moor man attended the funeral of Mr John e Deane Jr at Glendeane Thursday i Taylor Haynes of Brandenburg was here last week buying some drilling machinery from Jas Harris for a well he is putting down at Elizabethtown Gervas Stites of Louisville former ly of this city was in town Tuesday j He is now traveling for Stratton Sterstegge the Louisville hardware firm Consumption The kind ofonly consumption i to fear is neglected consumptionPeople learning that con I sumptlon is a curable disease It iis neglected consumption t that is so often incurable I At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular dosesIRThe use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands ofI cases turned the balance in favor of healthINeglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emulsion isI1Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checkedISend for free sampleISCOTT d BOWNE CbcaliU 409415 Pearl Street NcwYcfk Soc and f100 all do g his 14c See W B Oelzes ad Julian Brown went to Hardinsbnrg MondayMrs J A Ross went to Louisville Monday 85 boys suts Saturday at 100 Babbage Son H A U Pfaffinger of Louisville was here last week Our cut prices on Saturday are for cash only Babbage Son Mrs E G Gregory and children returned to Fenley Monday Mrs jJitzenbach and Eon J P went to Louisville Thursday Dont fail to attend J L Henrys sale at Irvington next Monday Miss Lydia Clarkson o7 Big Spring is the guest of Mrs J T Skillman Frank Payne was in Hardinsbnrg Sunday but not on official business Jack Board is in Louisville this week to have an operation performed Eugene Kingsbury went to Jolly Station Sunday to do carpenter work Mrs Court Balbage and children Elizabeth and Court went to Louis vile last week to reside Mrs Mary Hooper and Miss Maggie King of New Albany are the guests of Mrs Mary J Miller Mrs Chas Wagner returned Sunday night from Evansville where she bad been visiting relatives Mrs F L Lightfoot and little daughter Jane went to Hardinsbnrg Saturday to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Philip Schlemmer of Cannelton were the guests ol Mr and Mrs Marion Weathernolt Monday and Tuesday Mrs A A LaHelst returned Thursday from Jeffersonville where she attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Laura Porter Howard Saturday is bargain day at Jab bases Boys suits on sale Saturday at 100 former price 150 For Saturday only Babbnge Sou- R E Moorman has Chas Wendel kins position at the shops as assistant bookkeeper and Isidore Popham has his former position in F Fraizes grocery department Harry Hambleton arrived from Chefmentieu La last week for a visit home He has a position as bridge builder in Louisiana for the Illinois Central railroad Chas Wendelkin left last Wednesday for St Louis Mo to reenter the St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons for the 10034 term this being his second year Mrs R L Newsom and grandson Harry and MrsJ A Murray and children John Allen cad Donal went to Louisville Saturday to attend the Horse Show and see Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch at Macanloys Among those who went from here yesterday to see the maneuvers at West Point were the following Juts J H Rowland Misses Irene Edna and Anna Jarboe Kate Mason and Messrs Walter Oelze Jas Younger ind Wallace Babhage Miss Sallie E Miller of Washing tonD C was in the city several days the past week the guest of her sister Mrs A A LaHeist and her aunt Mrs Mary J Miller Last Thurs tiny she attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Laura P Howard at Jeffersonville Dr Geo B Rowley manager of the optical department of the Mullen Haynes Cos store of Owensboro will be at the dental parlors of Dr J L Moorman Cloverport Ky Tuesday Oct 13 Dr Rowley is a line optician and those having defective vision will do well to call 3ti him Eyes examined free Tne Ladies Reading Club was delightfully entertained last Thursday afternoon by Miss Elizabeth Jarboe at her home It was the first meeting of the season and new officers were elected as follows Miss Kate Oglesby President Mrs R E Moorman VicePresidnet Mrs Geo Short Secretary j Miss Elizabeth Skillman Treasurer The club will meet next Thursday with Mrs J T Skillman TRAIN SERVICE RESUMED BrIdge at SpottsvlMc Repaired and Henderson Route Trains on Regular Time The Henderson Route bridge over Green river at Spottsville has been repaired and beginning Monday train service on the road was resumed with the exception of the Clowrport accommodation which h scheduled to- be In service by today Last Friday a portion of the east pier of the bridge gave way and It took 100 men working day and nIght until Monday to repair the damage In the meantime half of the passenger trains ran on both ends of the road and transferred the bag gage and passengers over a board walk m the bridge Most of the freight trains had to be annulled on both ends of the line = I IArmyI Maneuvers Howard Ky For this occasion rate of 125 for round trip Cloverport to Howard and return will be maie for trains leaving at 507 am and 940 am- on Saturday Oct 10 Good return ng same day National Convention Union Veteran Union Loultvllle Ky October 13 17 1903 For the above occasion rate of 220 for toe round trip will be made on October 10th to 12 hood returning October 18 Orand Lodge ol Kentucky Free Masoni Louis ilk October 2022 1903 For this occasion rate of 245 for the round trip Cloverport to Louis ville and return will be made on October 1020 1003 good returning Ojt 2 Grand Lodge Kul P of Kentucky Lexington October 2729 For this occasion rate of 485 for round trip Cloverport to Lexington return sell on Oct 2027 good return ing Oct J0- Army Maneuvers Welt Point On this account rate of 185 for round trip to West Point and return will be made on Sept 27 to Oct 1C in elusive Tickets good only on date of sale Home seekers tickets to South West good 21 days 1740 for round trip from Cloverport on Oct 2- 0HARDINSBURG W S Ball vas in Louisville a few days last week Clint Elliott of Buras was in the city last Saturday Morris Jolly of Irvington was in town last Saturday Col E L Robertsoon of Glen deane was in town Sunday Jas G Brodie of Owensboro was here visiting his mother last week Dr Seth P Parks and wife of Web ster were in the city last Wednesday County Cleric W F HOOK was in Louisville several days of last week Miss Hallie Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Benlah Hook last week Mrs Zorilda Brodie has moved into the B F Beard residence on Louis ville street Mrs A SEdelin of Bnrgin arrived last week on a visit to her father B F Beard Hillary Mattingly who has been in St Louis for a few months returned home last week Phelps Walker of Bewleyville was the guest of his brcthEr Dr W A Walker Sunday Miss Lottie Compton of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton last week Attorneys Henry DeH Moorman and John P Haswell Jr wore at Falls of Rough Monday Col Sam Stone of Louisville for merly State Auditor was in town on a business trip last Friday FiHcial court convened yesterday with Judge Matthias Miller presiding Court will last several days Frank Jarboe has moved to town and gone to housekeeping in W S Beards residene recently vacated by Mrs Brodie Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson of Union Star who have been visiting their sister Mrs Percy M Beard have returned home Marcus L Kincheloe has on sale the speech which Caleb Powers made in is own behalf at his recent trial atII Georgetown It costs only 25 and the proceeds of the vale will go toward assisting Powers in prosecut ing his appeal to the Court of Ap peals There is no profit in it to Mr Kincheloe as all the proceeds go for the purpose stated above livery one should read it whether believing in his innocene or guilt = O A JS T O 3EI X A Bear the Signatureof Tha KltU Yo3 Hats AIWiJS Bought Horse Show Great Success Louisville Ky Oct 8 Loiiisvillaa fourtn annual horse show came to an end tonight with a military night which brought out the largest crowd of the week MajJohn C Bates and his staff were present anti added to the gayety of the scene The show was entirely successful and the officers of the association are great ly gratified at the result NN iiSEE WHAT OUR WANT ADS DO Louisville Ky Oct 4 Mr J D Babbago Clovcrport Ky Dear Sir Please discontinue my ad I have sold the piano Yous truly ED G BEARD NN NONNNNNNNNNr Lyceum Better Patronized Hardinsburg Ky Oct OIpec- laltJol George W Bain the note lecturer delivered two of his best at the City Hall last week on thi evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday His subject on Tuesday evening WJs Among the Masses or Fruit- o Character On tne following6 evening he gaveliTho New Woman and the Old Man Both of them were fine the first being probublj somewhat the better of the two Good audiences were in atterdanc each evening the people being con vinced that the Hardinsbnrg Lyceum present only the btst attractions Stops the Cough and Works off the Cot colinWill Build a Hotel Mrs George Jordan has bought the Bishop lot west of the St Ueorge Hotel from the Cloverport Rea Estate and Improvement Co and1a will erect a hotel on it The plant for the building and the time its erection will be begun have not been decided upon yet by Mrs Jnrdan s STOP LOOK LISTENJr Wo pay no big house rent We do not stuff the Insurance Companies but the benefit of these savings go to our customers in the price of the goods ATc can demonstrate to you in one minutes time that our prices are 25 per cent lower than any other house in town and the goods are just the same in quality It is to the interest of every man to buy where the butt gains are open for him every day and therefore you should visit us first Double fleeced flannel Waist ings in pink and blue per yd lOc All wool Waistings in fancy colors per yd48c Outing Cloth in gray and blue per yd only7c The newest patterns in Per cales only lOc A big line of 104 Blankets 60c Ladies Union Suits extra quality 35c Ladies ready made Skirts 150 to 350 checkedGinghanis per apron yd 5c Mens extra heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers each 48c Mens seamless fancy Hose lOc LadiesTrist Bags neat handy and roomy25c Our K B Corset the best made 125 A few only of Ladies and Childrens Shoes98c Mens Jeans Coats 100 Mens Jeans Pants 50- cBABBAGE SONC- LOVERPORTI KY I 6Almost too late for the printer this week Just time enough to say we are prepared to 4 show you a good line of ComfortsdBlankets and Dress Goods JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY n H H il OSTEOPATHYI I IThe i Better Way to Health x Iithorough i knowledge of anatomy and physiology and is a sysniitens of scientific manipulation of the structures of the body I such a manner as to remove all obstruction to the blood and nerve supply and allows nature to carry on the bodily functions S unhindered In introducing Osteopathy to the people of this city I re Jit is not so much what the doctor says as what he does I iialize wish to deceive any one or holdout false inducements J it would only do me harm to accept your money and give J i you no benefit 1 As a graduate of the American School of Osteopathy under 1Dr A1 Stell founder of the science I will be glad to ex Jplain Osteopathy to all who may be interested i Examination and Consultation Free i Osteopathic literature free on application J w v IIiIf Is Ii I e DUNCAN HOUSE Phone 662 1 Wants l I rf I btFOR SALE SALE Cheap If taken at once two duellings on Second street adjoining Dr Ma rtuari residence belonging to NewMim heirs For terms enquire of Dr Xewsora or F L Boyd OH W Seventh street Oweusburo I Uh FOR RENT Felt KENT Fiveroom cottage on Water J Mrs Mary I Miller Clovernort u I u WASTER forwI year during this month October Delinquent subscribers paying arrearage to data at the fl rute may pay ahead us many years as they desire at the 5ft rate Jo D IIuintriE Pub- Clovcrport Ky WILL EXCHANGE WILL exchange fruit tree or pay cash for h much cow W S AHIIIIY Cloverport Ky FOIt SALE Fon HALE Farm of SSO acres four miles Uewleyvllle live miles from HIg Spring Ky on the Ilardlnshurg and lug Spring road Large twostory frame house In good repair good Imrn crib ute fences In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stork water Also jiresent crp of corn touaccoetr some stock and farming I mph meats For further Information apply to II It Witt Bewleyville IKy or Robert E Woods Louisville Ky WASTEDOLD FEATHERS HIGHEST cash price paid for ull kinds of Call or drop postal to MI Hamman k Son Cloverport 1Ky und they will rail und buy them FOR SALE 30 head Shorthorn and Polled Durham cows and heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cuttle very low They are all first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 Ibs price SSo L Green Fulls of Rough Ky MONEY TO LOAN LIFEI Insurance Policies bought for cash or on at low rates Call on or write toJNO P HASWELL Jit Attorney ut law Hardinsburg Ky FOR SALESEWING MACHINE For SaleSecond hand sewing Machine In running order 110 gets It Hurry I or youll miss a bargain JNO D IIAU11AGE Cloverport Ky Berkshire and Bt PIRocks FOR SALE Large English Berkshire Hogs and Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens Ben Holt IOT47 430 lbs as a ycurllngnt head of herd Eggs In season Also Choice White Seed Corn JOHN P FOSTER No Creek Ohio CoIv HOURS 10 a m to 5 p 111ii Wednesdays and Saturdays II tP ll FOR SALE PRiNTiNO Presses and Cutting machines ondl one lot of good Laundry machines UasollneEngines31AItTIN StrlltLouWANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOWL D AD DISON ADDISON KY FOR SALE OR TRADE Will sell or trade for good small farm 14 sere lot nico fourroom house small storehouse good goodbarn J E MILLER Horned Iy- PELLVILLE John Long of Skillman was hero SaturdayIt that Miss Sue Obinohain has typhoid fever Drury Alosely who has been bed fast for the lust six weeks is im provingMrs D J Morrison is very sick witn stomach trouble and herr6love ry is very doubtful V Clay Mosely left Saturday for Render where he will assist his brother Proto V M Mosely in his school J U Barlow and family started to Washington county last week where they will visit relatives for several weeks Dr McDonald of Whitesville was called in counsel with Dr Early of Knottsville concerning the condition of Mrs D J Morrison Monda- yr p1r 7 i N lIi CaaIHO e IHOIse 1 SCriif PI Dec the J- lTUA per I E 1i iii- A Il nnoi note ty d t a rep uncetee ter ti tEor Notor no =om = The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1003 A PROMINENTCITIZEN W J Deane Jr of Glendeane Passes Away at Beechhurst After Long Illness FUNERAL SERVICES THURSDAY After two years of suffering Will rout Johnson DenneJr one of Breck enridge countys most prominent and wealthiest citizens passed away at Beechnrst Sanatorium near Louisville lust Wednesday morning at 28n odock Mr Deane suffered a stroKo of paraly sis two years ago and he was taaen to Beeohuist in hope that medical aid could reach the dlseae but it had pro gressed too fur and his healtn gradually failed until the end W J Deane was president of the Deane Tie and LuwJer Co of GlenI deaneand at one tiuitu director of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad He was one of countys largest farmers BreckenrhlgeI raisers He also took some putt in poly itics and was a delegate to tne Pal merBuckner convention Mr Deane was forty years old and was born and reared in Breckenridge county He was u member of the Baptist church and donated a large sum to this church at Ulendeane just before his demise He was never married In business circles in this section of the State Mr Deane was very promi nent and ho was universully likea for the high principles he followed in his daily transactions The surviving members of the family I iare Mr Deanos mother two sisters and four brothers Mrs W J Deane If Glendeane Mrs C L Corn well wife of Civil Engineer CL Cornwall who lives at al1ot High avenue Louis ville Miss Amanda Deane of Glen deiine Lawyer J A Deane of Owens born C W Define of Glendeane tod Summers and God man Deane promi neat farmers of Muhlenherg county The body was taken from Louisville to Glendeane Wednesday afternoon nail the funeral was held from the family residence in the presence of people from nil part of Breckenridge anti ad joining counties The interment was in tne family lot on the home place A Lote Letter Would not interest you If youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year hut a box of Bucklln Arnica Salve cured me its the beet Sulve on onrtb 25c nt Short Lilt Hnynea Drug Store Stork at the Capitol Frnnkfoit Ky Oct Ifhe stork vUited the State Capitol last ereuiug and a little itl the eighth administra Lion buby bleMtd the home ot Adjt Gtn and Mn I4vid 1R Murray The adutiniktratiou babies are six giilsaudI two boy they are little Miues Beck ham McChetuey Tandy Clieiuull ORear Murray and Maters Vreelund Mill Anderson The new arrival weighs ten pounds Mrs Murray was Miss Mary Moorman of Oendttane Hreckenririge county daughter of the lion Dave Moorman The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep tive Many sudden deaths are b- yitheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are the result kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sized bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that caused often of organs of tells all abOUt it both JIomnofBwtmpRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Pont roakcany mistake but remember tile SWUII1Itonton every bottle t IUDS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO lu Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles Trio doc tor insisted on an operation as the onlyI tray to pet well I however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened lUll well as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to try and he didso I began to improve in a fewdays and my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being pt Mrs Stowes letter shows every saddenedbyfemaleeaknes howcompletelyWine ness and brings health and happiness again Do not go on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui WINE CAADlJJT- he Enterprise Will Grow Vest Pure Food Co P O box Ola Kansas City Mo Sept 29 1003 Mr John D Babbau Cloverport Ky Dear SirPlease change the address on my Breckmridge News to P O box Di2 Kansas City Mo Glad to see that you are working up interest in manufacturing enterprises in Cloverport No matter how small the capital invested they will grow The more I investigate the more favorably impressed I am with manufacturing Wishing you and yours success I am Very truly jNo W VEST Laxative Bromo ne Cures a Cold in One Day Cr p in 2 Days I f IboxI Irvlngton Church Dismissed The Salem association of the Bap tist church will be held at Brandenburg next year on Wednesday after the third Sunday in September It will be the 118th annual session of the associationThe church at Irvington has been dismissed from the Salem association to help form an association n Breckenridge count The Best Prescripiion for Malaria TteIelIiYIrlcehtcMarries Talented Woman Knoxville Tenu Sept 80The Rev Av H Fitzgerald of Louisville and Mies Mary Newman of Jlorristown Tenn were innrriwl yesterday after noon The bride is one of the best readers and iiiuperonaters in Tennessee The marriage took place at Mor ristowu Rev Fitzgerald is pastor of the Bap tist church at Hardinshurg Button Factory Running The button factory nt Leaveuworth InJ is now in operation Twenty machines lire running and twenty more will be added The mussel shells for the factory are found in the Ohio river near Lpn ren worth Now Running Full Time The cotton mill at Cannelton is now running full time For the past four or five months the mill has not run but half time owing to the high price of cotton The concern gives employment to about 400 people First Visit In 25 Years John L Hawkins of Ilinois Is vie sting Mrs A G Wright of Lyonin This is Mr Hawkins first visit buck to Hancock county in the past twenty live years Will ReEnter College The Rev W E Carrie who has had charge of the Presbyterian church at Hawesville for several mouths has returned to Louisville to reenter college after which he will take a post graduate course nt Washington Tell Citys New Factory The directors of the wash machine company have decided to soon hegin the erection of the factory and propose to have it in running order Dy the first of next year it will be n large one amid built entirely of brick The factory will be located at Sixth and Tell streets and will be two stories highTeU Jity Journal Delknap at Hartford Col Morris B Belknap spoke to 1500 Democrats amid Republicans of Ohio county at Hartford Thursday The Ohio county fair was going on and farmers cams locking into town by the hundreds to hear the Republican nominee for Governor Nuch strong support in that section was promised Col Belknap rA Delightful Field Rev J L Hart of Brandenburg says the following in last weeks Baptist Argus We arc remodeling our build ing at a cost of 800 At New Highland we had n meeting which resulted in 48 idditUns 4o by baptism Bro 15 T Poulsou lid the preaching and we eu joe it greatly I find this u delightful field Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Hnvi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedle s failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our nee had consumption in an ad vanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat nnd lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicines on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50 o and 100 bottles guaranteed by Short A Haynes Trial bottle free Willson Will Take the Stump Augustus E Wilson of Louisville although he says he is not pleasedwith the bad treatment he receivedat the Republican State Convention announces that he wi 1 speak for the Republican ticket His first speech will be at Lexington on October 23 Baldaufs Owners In Mines A company has been formed at Hen derson to opet ate lend andzinc mines in Crittenden county with a capital stock of f0000 The members of the com pany are Morris Baldauf Henry Kley meyer John Reichert Julius L Bal dauf David Clark E A Jones and C It Dallam Morris Italdauf was a merchant in Cloverport a number of years ago and Julius L Baldauf is his son Cures Kidney and Bladdcr Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder amid Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable ode of the urine scanty timid hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardischl1rgeB appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resis nil other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Sells his Saloon M F Pophnm of this oily has sold his saloon in Brandenburg to Owens boro parties Mr Pophnuis license closed the first of last ween and tne saloon was closed yReturn From Foreign Tour George Williams of Mende county was in Louisville last night with his wife He has just returned from a trip of four months in England and lurope Wednesdays Courier Journal READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 100lDr- E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir Since taking thn agency for the sale of your kidney remedy Hnlls Great Discovery a year ago we have sold several gross and have never heard a complaint about the remedy On the other hand we have customers to praise the curative qualities of your prepara ion every day and several remarkable cures have been reported to us of parties that have been cured of kidney yourDlscnverypreparationswith your great remedy we beg to remain Very respectfully T P TAYLOR CO A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle Is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials ow Sld by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street 1 v 4 f r J MARRIED IN TEXAS Miss Jessie Lime Formerly of This County United to Mr L R Lair of Dallas News has just been received here of the marriage of Miss Jessie Lime slaughter of Mr and Mrs John Lime of Chenanlt this county to Mr L R Lair of Dallas Texas Tile wedding took place in Dallas at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Jane Elsuy on Wednesday Sept 23 at 380 p 111 It was a white and pink wedding The house was handsomely decorated in white and pink roses ferns and smilax The bride was beantlf nllfy in a white silk gown nail carrio1 white roses Miss Johnnie NesbIt of Dallas was maid of honor She wore pink and carried pink roses The nest man was Mr A Lair of Sherman Tex R brother of the groom Only a few friends of the contracting parties wit nessd the wedding ceremony Miss Lime is one of Breckenridge countys most lovaole girls and has many friends in Kentucky Mr Lair is a younyg business man and book keeper isa wholesale grain house Immediately after the ceremony the hride and groom left on the train for Fort Worth Galveston and Sherman After October 1 they were at home at 240 Ross avenue Dallas In this strenuous age one sometimes feels the need not exactly of u medicine bnt of a good common sense revitalizer and tonic Waltberu Pep tonized Port is just such a tonic The Port wine is a strengthener in itself and the pepsin by aiding dl gestion enables one to get the maxi mum amount of strength from ones foodIt waYInotforced activity not by creating a false feeling of strength through nerve stimulation but by actually giving real strength Small size 50 cents large size sflCO For sale by A R Fisher Seventeen Ounce Apple Tom Lewis presented the News with n fine large apple last week that weighed seventeen ounces The apple was raised by Philip McGary of Kirk tti tir 11t1tNt1 ti li tNtlY- y 1BDOLLARS ii- ii from LOUISVILLE To TEXASARKANSAS OKLAHOMA o and INDIAN TERRITORY I POINTS AND RETURN IIIATilE POPULAR IIHenderson Route i DATES OF SALE isRETURN LIMIT 21 DAYS US FOR INFORMATION iiASK MI WOMACK 0 L OARRETT r Iassr ARt Traveling 1assrAgt IE L J ussss Qen i IRWINjj FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS For Rates and Information address n i AuauisE w R POWE Tr Pass Agent General Agent CINCINNATI 01110 REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special bomeseekers and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas ity to points in Mis souri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars and for singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars e Asa Pur Her and Tonic there Is nothing In existence to compare with DR mCHERS LIVER and BLOOD SYRUP THE ROAD TO GOOD HEALTH Is old sure Tho most effective m natlonknow- nTThnchercLiverand forpurUrlnlr ihoblood and tonlne up the entire system evcrr car to kecp from Irettlnlr sIck D- adSrron neer tails to rellevo and cure All druggists sell It at 50 cents and 1100 per bottle Dr TbacWs Liver Medicine Dry 25 cents Send us twocent II stamp for sample bottle and write our Consultation V Department explaining symptoms and receive tree X advice THACHER MEDICINE II COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN r ASK MEFor information regarding the wonderful possibilities of the new country just being opened U- pBEAUTIFUL INDIAN TERRITORY Onr now booklet giving full information concerning Indian allotments settlements by Whites coal and mineral lands andagricultural and manufacturing opportunities forwarded on request ONE FARE PLUS 200 FOR THE TRIP Tuesdays in each Month Geo H G P A G D Bacon CPA Liiilfi Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 J via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 2 1st For oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town Tbe Cotton felt turn solid throned trains to Texas equipped with the mot modern and comfortable cars These trains mate quick time and direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest norhandare ome Illustratedtobooptltnhomes the0Southwestpand Through Texas With a Camera L O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La DEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo sess estse ss e a s s ti e ss e sst I ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD1 3 CHEAP RATES Louisville t Sets Origins La Jinkson tills Vi ksinirs MissI 0 anti iiitirninllatc Kiinls and return 514 lluistun Tt Itrnum nit Tex Lake harks Ia and Iuiernu iltte points is Iruportlunati rates from otlur points Hipt ISuul oIhr 20 190 3 3660 Louisville to California points i Only LIne running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS I Hood 1st 3rd Lee Arkansas Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK I ofLands9 address im F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky eo m tl1 m iI0+ + N+ + ++ ++ t+++++ i M H GABBERT I of Elizabetlitown Ky DISTRICT AGENT FOR i HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK iiTHELARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD s TORNADOsi town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss i Prompt attention given to any matters that may como u- pi i J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky C + N m A BUSYNESS absolutely necessary to tI young man or youn who would win success In Site Tlds being conceued is youtrainingTHE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEOINQ SHORTHANDTYPEWRITING ROUOD EDUCATIONI- s Wrltoroocupyli prominent positions all over the Unltsd StatesIt will be mall you FREE school open all year Students can enter at rImeI E J wRIGHT Prest d iJJ reckenlIE- SDAY = C iNU OF DIS- c enridge C Jre Atlow- ei New As tJi UTES OF GA I hGnsheu I f whicl As- dkurch pad GrayHO- mrfie1d 11113 liteeuth annual t 30 an i con Flat D- ttef songs reo- ye by time R- iation was t 13 B Whit era from t 1 b Rev J- Ii Montgomt- pllaates of me- llo aneyvilleWZdLikeu s intli 311 cod G AW- wuian ani ever Creek loverportnendsllip nendslliprW saltier ord rfieldADt ilacey r- see jibsonnoing Rc- der J N ph White- l1ardinsbur aprnan Mo lltes Ru- Ugoner V Gbshen L I ItopewellBozarth jbertyC tcher the lift tnsey Little Plot Lost Run In Black Millwood ew Beth jlcisson New Hop iilgrim I H Boza- Pleasant Pleasant urn Jose ry N Br- Provides Itowery Shrews jhrewsbu Spring Stephen cQII 1- Walnul ibson 1 Uona Gil Zion I I ieyton Duncan Elder i moderatThe BUD Paines t i Hotnc Z The and t- 1rattle de ender hem I Inave aveVe o- eavy gs sail nd f- I menu a fast are t- herb 11 mad N OUS1Cde Cdehe anrestIng upI 1ant v v toag aged t II II I ra nDr C IJ t iall ds red flJ A t= I 1t I J t i vT1 w r = r 7 1r t yet reckenridge News ESDAY OCTOBER 7J 003 IN LETTERS tOF DISC i SlON bridge County hurches- r r formrNew AssociationI t WTES OF GARFIELD MEETING t fheCJGnshtn Association of the Bap ckUrcb which embraces Brecken end GrayHon counties met with Garfield Baptist church in its ateenth annual session Wednesday and continued three days I First Diy Forenoon h0 f songs reading of scriptures nnd by the Rev E B English the joektion wns called to order by the H B White ers from the churches were then Rev J F Winchell and Rev It Montgomery Names of messengers were enrolled low- saHeyvilleW B Montgomery Elder NlLiken fsinthJI Withers F F Weath ojja G A Wright G P Miller W Bowman and W D Wilson ShrewsburryhoverportJ Keith flftriendship Elder J Duggins A1 urper A Weatherford nnd Charles FMthtrfordIctrfield Madison Payne John More ocic George Snyder James Tabor i Se Macey Thos Gregory and J L I jhuson = Hanging Rock Elder H B White ider J N Lynch Jessee V Duno 9 ph White and J A Sand- sHardinsburgElder W V Harrell ppman Moorman Mites RunSam Burdett Smith pjjjgoner Wm Penibertou I Kshen Letter HopewellRiley Carter Len Hay H Bozarth KJiberty G V Bratcher and A Fr Etcher ftttle ClUtyJ C Ramsey and H C r msey FlockLetterILost RnnG Butler B L Stinnett nl Black 1i11woodJ S Bozarth New Bethel W E Huston Richard kisson ew Hope Elder J B Ward ilgrimJ R Harrell W B White H Bozarth Pleasant Valley J S King Pleasant View Elder I W Wash urn Joseph Mudd Clarence Montgom ry N Bratche- rProvidenceJames Criswell Edward oweryShrewsburyJohn Washburn J W brewsburrySpring Letter Stephensport Elder E B English Jep M Barkley Bil ers Walnut GroveW R Shaw John Gibson R B Basham II C Gibson Bona Gibson I Zion Hill Thos Godsey Elder J D I Duncan E T Patterson John B Peyton Elder H B White was reelected moderator and W V Harrell secretary The pastor and messengers of Garfield BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOME LIFE Pains Celery Oompound Makes and Keeps j the Children Well and Strong Mothers Make It the Home Medicine For the Little Ones The children God bless them are the buds and flowers of our homes Without their rattle and hearty laughter our homes would desolate They should ever be carefully ended in childhood and youth If weexpect hem to ripen into perfect men and women In the home and at school the children ave their times of ill health and suffering- Ve often note the pallid and bloodless cheeks fieavy eyes nervous movements and twitch fogs of limbs and muscles They complain of headache drowsiness weariness dyspepsia Ind indigestion AH such symptoms and alt llments mean that the seeds of disease will have Ja fast and finn hold unless proper measures Ware taken to restore a perfect condition of Hhetlth Tf Thousands of wise and prudent parents have made their children happy healthy and vigorous by giving them natures medicine Paines Celery Compound In many severe and com replicated cases Paines Celery Compound has 11 restored health when the little ones were given I upphysiciansIf are not as hearty heap t and rugged as they should be try the giving virtues of Fames Celery Compound It makes and keeps the children well Tie bea cozy with M NDktj pillow and table covers curtains portieres f Afghans tidies and chair coverings may be dyed beautiful and artistic colors Wblrectlon book and 45 dyed tamplti free DIAUOND DYES DuaagtoaVA church were nppointed committee on preachingThe then adjourned for din ner prayer by DrB Clepp First DayAfternoon The association was opened by prayer by Rev Dr Harvey On motion Dr W P Harvey was re quested to preach the intioductory ser mon Dr Harvey took the stand and preached strong and furceful sermon from the text Matt i618 Corresponding messengers and vist tors were enrolled as follows SalemElder J T Lewis BlackfordH C Truman Perry County IndElder J F Win chell Following were the visitors H E Cleaton of the Baptist Argus Dr W P Harvey of the Western Recorder Elder C S IlagamanElder D B Clapp Elder J R Moor and Dr G W Young field secretary of the Interdenominationall Temperance Committee Brethren J C Ramsey and J A Ramsey were appointed to audit the treasurers account- H C Ramsey and J E Keith were appointed to collect for the minutLS The association voted to meet next year with the church at Caneyville Grayson county Rev J D Duucan was appointed to preach the introduc tory sermon J N Lynch alternate- C S Hagerman was appointed to preach that night nt the Baptist church and H E Cleadon in the Presbyterian church Second Day Forenoon Prayer by J D Duncan Minutes of yesterday were read and approved- On motion of Joel V Dunn the fol lowing twelve churches were granted letters of dismission to form a new as sociatin Clover Creek CorinthFriend ship Garfield Goshen Hardinshurg Hites Run Lost Run New Bethel Stephensport and Walnut Grove E B English read the report of Com mittee on Foreign Missions Foreign Home and State Missions were then discussed by Elder E B English Dr Harvey J F Morton Elder J T Lewis Elder H E Cleaton Elder J F Winchell was announced to preach at the Presbyterian church at 2 oclock p m and Elder J D Duucan at nightOn the association then ad journed for dinner Prayer by Dr Young Second Day Afternoon The association was opened by song and Dray r by Elder J R Ward The report on Home Missions was read by C M Payne andadopted The ordf r of business ors then sus pended to hear the committee on tem perance The report was read by Elder J N Likens and he yielded the floor to Dr Young who delivered n strong ad dress on the duties cf Christian citizens in regard to the liquor traffic He kept the audience in ttars and laughter for more thun an hour and at the close of his address a collection amounting to 3330 was taken and handed over to Dr Young Report on Orphans Home by J C Ramsey collection 2082 aid 8 sent in by Stephensport church Report on District Missions by Rev J Duggins Association then adjourned to meet Friday morning at 9 oclock OASTOnXAnBears the Signatureof j lht Ran You Bart always Bought ClerlIf I Hook Loses to Aldridge W F Hook of Hardlnsburg and Joseph Aldridge of Cannelton shot a special match at fifty birds for 100 a side iu Louisville lust week previous to the big gun club match Mr Al dridgi won killing fortytwo birds to Mr Hooks thirtyeight In the contest for the championship of the State In which Mr Hook took part Harry J Lyons of Louisville and Alfred Clay of An terlitz Ky tied for the honor each killing thirty five birds straight Settled In Full The insurance companies have set tled tho loss on the Owensboro Pants Manufacturing companys factory be longing to Ben Clarkson ot Big Spring Vance King of Owensboro nntl Hugh Ditto of Brandenburg They paid the entire amount assessed by the appraisers which was 34370 The matter had been under discussion since thelHre last April the payment being delayed on various accounts The hahllitieslof the company will be settled and the corpornton vii be dissolv ed Report Is Denied Railroad officials in New York deny the widelycironluted report that there is u concerted movement among the railroads of the country to advance freight rates nn January 1 It is ad matted that the classification may pe changed on some commodities but no general advance will be made The railroad official who is quoted by the Journal of Commerce says there is no necessity for an advance as prices for material and wages have not advanced during the year o l GEN MURRAYNOT To Having Part of Calhoun Fee But Claims Becknams Opin ion Stopped Him THE REPUTED WEDDING GIFT Tho Loulsvlllu Herald Camp Young Howard Ky Oct 3 Adjt Gen D R Murray today made the following answer to Major W C Owens charge as to his alleged actual or willing sharing in the 72000 fee paid to Capt C C Calhoun for collect- Ing the Kentucky war claim I may have said before I knew Gov Beckhams opinion on such sub jects that for the extra work that I did I ought to receive compensation And 1 may have said that T hoped to do so 1 learned enough ot Beckhams opin ion on similar subjects to know that he did not think any State officer ought to participate in any fees or emoluments save his salnryand I nev er mentioned the matter to him nor have received one cent Nor Is ther any obligation on the part of IrI Calhoun or any one to pay me any part of that fee- Statements Carefully Worded Geu Murrays statement which is carefully worded aroused much inter est among politicians on both sides yesterday All of them had been waiting for his denialI hoping that the long pentup flood gates of gossip on the subject of the Calhoun fee would bn opened A few months ago when the subject was warm and fresh it was given out that Calhoun was going to EuropeIt gossip at the time tnat Capt Calhoun felt that he was being made to carry too touch weight His per sonal friends have steadily declared that he did not get the entire 72000 commission but that it was split up It was the idea that a syndicate WitS interested and that a part of the amount had gone into the campaign fund It was said that Capt Calhoun wanted all the facts known Instead of going to Europe however Capt Calhoun has been in Washington pushing another Spanish war claim supposedly on a contract with Gov Beokham Oen Murrays Wedding Present The connection of Gen Murray with the commission began probably last winter when he was married At that time Capt Calhoun was not regarded as a man of means Just be fore Gen Murray was married he was spending the evening with some friends who were celebrating the approaching evenr He remarked that he had just received a wedding present of a thous and dollars The friends hooted soy ously at the very idea Whereupon in a spirit of banter it was saidbe drew a check for 1000 out of his pocket anti folding the signature overehih ited it to the Incredulous ones The check was dated Lexington One friend currying the chaff fur ther than the others declared that any man might write himself a check of 1000 but it was the signature that countedWhereupon as the stroy went Gen Murray unfolded the signature for the RndtllscloAt that time Capt Calhoun had not received his pay but of coursehe had a perfect right to make Gen Murray n wedding present in any sum that might be considered appropriate and delicate between intimate friends or merely mutual admirers Orowth of the Stories Certainly later when the enormous Calhoun commission was paid this handsome wedding present w as recall ed Gen Murray was also the attest ing witness to the signatures of both Gov BecKhaui and Capt Calhoun to both the contracts drawn fur the col lection of the war claims by the latter Last summer there were persistent rumors that Capt Calhoun had given a portion of his commission to Gen Murray These rumors were current in BreCkenridge county and the amount varied from 12000 to 18000 All sorts of details accompanied the rumors They show a surpasing ingenuity in connection with matt ers of private business At the same time it was asserted that 18000 In currency had been cur ried from Frankfort to Bardstown and deposited in bank there Some persons jumped at the conclusion that it rep resented a portion of the war claim commission Others Insisted that it was merely a payment on annther State contract Gov Beckhams name however was not in any manner con nected with the money It was an other Bardstown politician rather notoriously connected with State con trats and practical politics The CommIssIon Check From the moment Capt Calhoun re ceived his warrant from the Auditor for his commission there was great curiosity to Know how the warrant would be cashed The usual plan is to present Iit to the Treasury get the treasurers check and cash it anywhere convenient Capt Calhoun did not cash his warrant in Frankfort but took it to Lexington Curiosity was agog to know what he would do with it That curiosity has remained unsatisfied to this day Lexington folks believe it wits not collected through any Lexington bank TheTreasurers check inJudge Hagers office at Frankfort would by indorse ments possibly shrw the course of the check Treasurer Hager can satisfy the curiosity on that point at any time Of course Capt Calhoun had a right to collect this money through any chan nel he 11 ased but curiosity was burning to know what particular channel was adopted- It is safe to say that for a month after the warrant was drawn there were a hundred people trying to find out just the course of that simple transaction is collecting the cash Copt Calhoun Reported Sore Capt Calhoun was in moderate cir cumstances when the great fat claim- o une his way He was an obscure lawyer and had been a teacher of bookkeeping In a college After the slain was collected ho lived with his fatally in easier style but not in any notable degree His friends have never believed he kept all the money for himself It hits been reported that he was sensitive to the criticisms that has been uttered as to the transactions between himself and Gov Beckham under the contracts and thought he was being sacrificed If this is true he has never said so publicly It has been whispered however that he was kept in Washington on a hopeless claim in order to keep him away from the heat of criticisms Or IT n of Ucckhamj Anger The statement made by Maj W C Owens connecting Gen Murray with Capt Calhoun recalls tho fact that Capt Calhoun did not keep all the commission for himself but divided with others Gov Beokham responded with 11 violent attack on Major Owens GOV C W Democratic Nominee for Governor I believe that such nn Amendment ought to be passed and that it would give to our cities a much neededrelief It is a matter of local to them and would not in any way affect the question of State and County taxation The larger cities of the State are anxious for the change and there is no reason why they should not have it The Genuine I Rocers Bros Spoons Forks Knives etc have all the qualities in design workmanship and finish of the best sterling silver at onefourth to oneeighth the cost Much of the sterling now on the market is entirely too thin and light for practical use and is far in ferior in every way to Silver Plate that Wears fAsk your dealer for 1847 Rogers V ful1lradeI I V buying write for our little book No6 INTERNATIONAL SILVIa co Sru MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO Meriden Coin In a speech at Georgetown Mnj Ow ens replied that Uov Beckham was pleading quietly for himself This was evi dently bawl on the 13000 currency deposited at Bardstown It is most probable however that this was n part of payments on the State printing contract It was considered singular at the time that currency and not n check should have been de- posIted at Bardstown Those best in formed never heard Qor Beckham connected with tho matter Whit About Speight Charges The fact that hov Beckham replied to immediately and angrily to Major Owens thrust has naturally caused much comment on the fact that over ten I1ays have passed wthont his making any public denial of the charger of Capt J C Speight concerning the passing of money to the champaign fund for a promised par don to Sam D Clark of Graves county If the Governor has denied it he has not done so publicly But the news from Mayfield is that the persons hav lug knowledge of the facts have been having an active time for the past ten days deciding on what statements tney would or would not make Veroinge it is said has been worn to a frazzle trying to make exactly the statement necessaryIn meantime Capt Bpoiglit has been serenely campaigning away up in Eastern Kentucky He hasnt been worried He promised to give good Democratic authority for his statement and as he is a lawyer mind knows whit he car do ho hasnt bothered There fire persons who say Sam Nor man of Mayfiold has determined to have Clark pardoned and restored to all his righs Norman is a determined man who feels that con fidence has been plnyral with in con nection with Clarkes case A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the sys tem set the liver to action remove the bile clear the couiplextion cure headache and leaves n good taste in the month The fatuous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effec tually are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used i gripe and MrKen while DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by all Driugists I toNONPARTISAN THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A Platform on which all parties may unite Note what the Candidates for Governor say about it J BECKHAM selfgovernment Mr his COL MORRIS B BELKNAP Republican Nominee for Governor The more intimate my knowledge of Kentucky becomes the more impressed I am with its wonderful resources Their development should be favored by every possible means and the proposed Constitutional Amendment regarding local taxation will do much in that direction I am heartily in favor of ittt S f GEO Hr CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance 7= Best policies for least money in Lifej Pire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Clovcrport Kentucky MEAT MALT 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Druggists- re a ITUE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY That the love and help of the Christ inn public have been loyally given to the American Dibble Society and that it in return has worthily been doing the great work intrusted to itia proved by its record of over seventy million volumes in about one hun dred languages The lately elected President of the American Bible SoMety is Daniel Colt Oilman LLD President of the Carnegie Institute Washington Tile Corresponding Secretaries are Rev John Fox D D Rev William 1 Haven D D and Rev Edward P Ingersoll D D and the Treasurer Is Mr William FoulKe The Society is controlled by a Board I THE PHILIPPINES Rev 1 C Auiitants of the various denominations Baptist Congregationalist Lutheran Methodist byterion Protestant formed etc The general offices and manufacturing plant of the are in the Bible Hou e new and Eighth Street e This building was erected ago by special gifts A Iutrt and helps u eet expenses of etlr tion so that gifts may go t lie work The Society also employs presses fur many of its as at Constantinople Beirut and Yokohama But it membered that all such tonguesm rected paid for by tne ciety and not by the Congregational Methodist or other mission Boards whose may be thus used The Worlds Demand lor The It is great and rapidly Voltaire who died in phesied that within a the Bible would be an The number of volumes Scripture that come from now every twelve months eight million moro than number teat saw light first eighteen centuries after The Dible which in existed in only thirtyeight is now being read in whole or in pa in four hundred One hundre and fifty of these languages were f the first time reduced to writing Dible translators The chief instruments under Go for meeting this great need have bee the Bible societies of which the Awer can and the British and Foreign ai foremost They cooperate to the full est degree but thus far the Dritis society has been able to do a wor more than twice as large as the Amei iscan Here is an open door that cha1 lenges Americas most noole enter priseWith years the American Bib TRANSLATING BIBLE FOR THE GooJrkl Agent Manna and Native thirtyMix Managers and the over the II Society has gained in strength wisdom and opportunity For the first period of twentyfive years 18Hi18 41 it issued 2703860 volumes ln the second 18937210 in the third 3247813S and for tne fourth period would reach I 50000000 at the present rate of abouf 2000000 a year This rate however is far from meeting the pressing calls to which with Gods blessing Amer ica will respond more and more gener ously All Doors Now Open circulateIthe BIble anywhere The Bible tnmslatea into the Ian guage of Thibet is oeing carried even into that forbidden landin advance of foreign commerce and travel The Russian government while hitherto intolerant of missionaries gives the Bible itself free course among the people It is admitted Iree of duty and has often been transpor ted free of charge Its influence upon Tolstol and its leavening wore among the masses are well Known Dr 08 VII 1110 Magnasco Minister of Justice and Public Instruction in the Argentine Republic is officially advo eating to use his own words the I whichprejudiced reading of the Biole shall constitute one of the most delightful and edifying occupations of our Pub lie schools I IIn 180 a ton of Bibles was condemn SPECIMEN VERSES From the Bible Society Booklet of 242 Languigu John 516 44 CREEK Modern AioTigoffov qyuTrqffev 6 eeoc Toy KOffpWf wore eSutfe rat Ttbv aurov TOV tovoyevT 8ti rAx 7a7roXw0ir7ra5 6 mareuuv ejVairrdp dA j 4 XJW9 V aiuvtov 69 RUSSIAN illfib tair D03iKGiui Bora nipt yio OTAOIL CbinnCBoero eduiiopOAiinro Aafiu vocflKif1j 1 pyiouiiit nt Hero no nonifo 83 SYR I AC Modern I r solivugiil c 111 t 1 3Yttwa tio41i JI1087 ELUQU CSoElndl r 3O 1 g Utatzib- pjT9XO t rSoooo adsSrvor rao Lais8t 3 70Qr 210 BENOA VTtA Africa Xakana nw Anyamb atAndttki hc ka MAa y8Mwao aju umbaka naja8hCpia ka kamidO 242 QUICHUANI Argentine Pucliacamackca chlcataml runacunataT mu tucuytk Last of the Season ed to be publicly burned in tne capital of Ecuador Now the American Bible Society is finding a welcome in all parts of South America- It is snfiiciaut that the Society of rt CJuthII approvalbrting the Scriptures into the hands of hundI GospelsnI and Acts in one volume nt four cents in paper covers and eight cents in t istn new scholarly and simple transla I Lion from the oiiginttl Greek r Why The Ulble Find a Welcome The main reason is because the hu man heart is made for fellowship with God and is an aching void without e Him = Another reason is thac the Bible does no violence to the individual It does not intrude it does not prose lyte it is not mercenary The hearing that the Bible gets is under favorable circumstances when one is ready for it opens Hid invites Iit speakin where literature is scarce and they are many reading matter of any kind is an object of carefull inter est Moreover such lauds save their own sacred books and me prepared to exunlne with respect and even rever ence a volume which claims to contain IBIBLE5EILING THE STREETS JAPAN the sacred teachings of Christendom This is especially true in the vast lands of Confucius of the Vedas and of the Koran Many of those millions whose prejudices do not allow them to enter u church or associate with a missionary win gladly secure a POt thou of the Holy Scriptures when given a chanceIt remarkable fact as Sir Will lam Muir has shown that the Koran which contains scores of allusions to the Old and New Testaments always refers to them as authoritative and divinely inspired No Mohammedan therefore can feel offended at a copy of the Bible or fear to read it How The BIble Jon a The worlds need for the Bible and the duty of meeting It is clear to all Few have an idea how great is the task and how it is being done First The Bible must te translated and there are hundreds of languages many of them crude and unspiiitual Second The translation must be printed and made into books otten at great expense only a very small part of which can be borne by the poor and halfenlightened people Third The book must be brought the attention and put within the reach of the people This requires a large force of Bible sellers and colpor tours wisely directed- It is a work essential to the success but beyond the resources nt the mis sions of the various denominations working separately and it would be unfo rtunate for themto bring out sectarian Bibles if they could All Christians and business like non siderations demand therefore that for giving the Bible itself to tne world rhristians of every name should co operate in u special organization above and beyond denominational linesThis was clearly foreseen in 1810 and led to the formation of tne Amer can Bible Society to serve as the channel through which the Bible lov ers of America could pass It on to th destitute both in our own land and throughout the world Should I Help Many say The need of the Bibl e Societys work is so plain that o course someone else will provide fofo it That reasoning would be fatal t the work Others say Well I am doing all I can for ray own church and for localJ charities But what would thesE E amount to without the Bible And then this appeal is for them who hav no helper not even a portion of God E WordIt is an unrornatic outofsight kind of wont II That is just why earnest farseeing people should keei it in mind But the work is so great I canno take it in Millions do not interest me This much is clear the Bible Socie ty can turn a dollar into five Bible or twenty Testaments or fifty Gospels each of which will go to satisfy the hunger of tome one soul It is Gods work He offers me a share To William Foulke Treasurer Bible House New York N Y Enclosed please finddollars foi the work of the American Bible So cietyFORM OF BEQUEST I give and bequea h to the American Bible Society formed in New York in the yea eighteen hundred and sixteen and inmH I IN OF to u u n corporatod in the year eighteen hun dred and fortyone thettuiu of to be applied to the charitable uses and purposes of said Society Send for the annual Report 10 cents Bible Society Record an illustrated monthly 30 cents World Wide Bible Work quarterly 10 cents c Price List of Scriptures j also booklets for free distributionChamberlains C ugh Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanently but prevents these diseases from result ing in pneumonia It is also a certain cure for croup Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy IH given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given its confidently to a babv as to an adult t is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration it is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after laving once used it For sale by Short R Haynes ThompsonLambkin Bewleyville Kylot GSpecial- Walter Thompson and Miss Lamb kin of near Flaherty are to be married tomorrow Gained Forty Pounds InThlrly Days For several months our yonnger brother had been troubled with indil i estion He tried several remedies but got no beneHit from them We pur phased some of Chamberlainss Stomach and Liver Tablets and he commenced taking them Inside of thirty lays he had gaind forty pounds in lesh He is fully recovered We have had a good trade on the Tablet IOLLEY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by Short Hay neg EXCURSION e News One Year for oil50c1 MM fr I TooStowI wfr If a man misses a train because his watch is too slow f ho should make the acquaintance of our workshop at once t- It iI may need cleaning If you will bring your watches to 1t faction us we will do your work promptly and guarantee satis IcI i 1f r- 5i Lewis BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG KY i T TAN OLDTIMEADDLERIIi R I i iwi i DEAR SIRI heard there KyII Fashioned Fiddlers Contest at v what date it is going to bed I want to bo in it I have gotT a fiddle 100 years old and I am fifty years old What pieces does a man have to play and how many I will send you the 2 names of some of the pieces I play They areiArkansaw Traveler Bigfooted Nigger Devils Dream Natchez Under the Hill Unfortunate Raili Dogs and the Dogs Girl I left Behind Me The New MarriediiLady The Irish WashWoman The Camels a Coming 0 i en Sailor Leather Breeches Downfall of Paris Stewards iLong Bow Sugar in the Gourd Whoes Been Hero Since Ive 1 t Been Gone Littlo Bell Cow in the Grass Forked I ffThese are some of tho oldest pieces played by the oldset tiers of Grayson county and I want to know if these are theIkind of pieces they will play and how many does each man T play i If you want to know anything about my fiddling you ask Mr tT II Brown Mr T D Babbage or Hon D C Moorman i itrulyii LOUIS ASHLEYI1N 0 N H L CHRISTIAN JNO D BABBAQE J C NOLTE President VlcePre Ident Secretary and Tr usurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS- M L CHIUSTIAN ROY CRAWFORD P D PLANK JNO D I1AHUAOE J C NOLTE V V V CLOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE GO INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY J A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT- Do General Repair Work make Castings and any other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop Will Open For Business About October 1le a t I I 11- i N e 0 N iaDAN BROOKS CO i LIVE STOCK l i COMMISSION HERCHANTS t CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KYffb f t i+ + N01 N N N NN 4 11Louisville l Sat Oct 10 1903 100 for the Round Trip From all Stations on Branch lAttractions Barnum and Baileys Big Show 10000 Soldiers at West Point jJI A N HESTON Man s