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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 xt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS S 1tI VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 8 Pages NO 13 Il GOOD MAN IS t r LAID TO REST if 1 r Funeral of Mr Clarence Boar I I lIundredsIof Friends I SHORT SKETCH OF illS LIFE The remains of Mr Clarence Board of this city whose death fIn Louisville was mentioned In last t ii weeks News were laid to rest at II Irvington last Thursday afternoon IIn the presence of about four hundred people It was the largest funeral ever held In Irvington and one of the largest in Breckenridge county Friends of the deceased were in attendance from all sections of the county and Masons and Knights of Pythi from Cloverport Bewleyvlle Hardlns burg and other points were present Mr Board was a member of both of these organizations and was burled by the Masons although the Knights of Pythias wanted to perform this duty Mr Board was operated on iin Louisville Tuesday morning of la week at 0 oclock for cancer of the liver and died at 11 oclock the t night It was known to the attending physicians after the operation was performed that he would die und his wife and little son James who were at their home in this city and purposely wept in ignorance of Mr Boards condition were telegraphed1 to come to his side at once They left on the 4 43 afternoon train and did not reach Louisville until 0 oclock the train Doing late After the operation Mr Boards suffering was extreme but he refused to take I Ja stimulant as requested by tile physicians and remained alive only by the exercise of the most remark able will power He wanted to tee his wife and child and by will alone remained conscious and was able to bid them goodbye The body was wrought to Irvington Tnursday morning and taken directly to the Methodist church The sereI ces at the church were conducted by Rev W A Hynes and were mot beautiful and appropriate The inter went was in the Irvington cemetery The services over the grave were con ducted by Mr W J Piggott for the jilasona The original plan to Lave the services at the residence of Dr P R Henderson 7112 First street Louis yule and the interment in Cave Hill was abandoned- At the time of his heath Mr Board was assistant roadwaster of the Louisville Hendenon at Louis railroad About twelve years ago he J began working for the road at Irving- ton as an office boy and gradually i worked his hay up to the position of assistant roadmaster which he he held for several years In June 1873 Mr Board was born at Bardinsburg His parentsMr and Mrs Jas Board died when he was a by and he then made his home with Mm T B Henderson of Irvington In January 1900 he was married to Miha Nora Henderson of Irvington Until wet year Mrs Board and b child resided at Irvington whi Mr Board was employed in joad master R N Hudsons office lu this city Since then they have resided with Mr Bobrd in this city Bosidso a wife and child Mr Board1 Is survived by One sister Mrs Chas Beard of Haralnaburg Mr Boards death came as a shock to his friends who are numbered by the scores throughuut the county andalong the Henderson Route He had been in very good health till1 u few weeks of his death and1 1 1within his office the Saturday before hlBJfleiUh He spent several weeks atb French Lick Springs but it did n help him In the death of Mr Board the com munity loses a good citizen the fraternal lodges a valuable member and the railroad n trusted and valuable employe Aside from this he was a great Sundayschool worker and a man who met every duty of ho life in a uioa coinniendable way HisI popularity ainapg his fellow men was shown by the Jorge number that paId the llast tribute to his memory Furnace in His Residence A A LnIlelst put u furllxcr ill At Ahts tmiidsome aewTesideuiteiu Peiry county hutabout two wiles abo- lobineportryoalyb ve e ahlolfefIlast i OUTLOOK FOR- TOBACCOS MEN d Tobacco Trust Ruins Independ ent Buyers and May Injure Growers TifF SITUATION IN THIS CITY The indications are that there will1 be no independent buyers in the loco tobacco market this season Jas B Pace Co as it is generally known will not buy this year as they havent been able to dispose of loaf years 1 crop John Phelon has not decided whether he will buy but the proba bility is that he will not as the To bacco Tinstis forcing all independent buyers to go out of business Hows ever Mr Phelon says that he will be able soon to make his decision If Mr Phelon is not in the market and no buyer uses his warehouse or J B Pace Jos the latter being for rent the American Tobacco Com pany which is in the trust will hav I the market to Itself J D Brashear atof LouisvilleI the American Corn t punys local representative is now in the city making arrangements to buy this year at the companys receiving shot in the wescern part of town Independent buyers in this section of the country are being ruined by the Tobacco Trust us they can not find a market for their goods the trust doing its own buying at its own piices and not from swell dealers hut direct from the growers In this manner the trust sorbs the profits formetly made by the small dealer and puts him out of business anti in jures the growers by destroying com petition and buying at its own prices which will be lower than formerly In many localities in the State there will be no independent buyers this season and the grow rs will have to sell to the trust at its own prices which will result in n ereat loss to the farmer due to the excellent size and quality of the crop this year In tar general opinion this will be the case in this city if there is no independent buyer this year I Millions Damaged by Floods A terrific storm swept over the Atlantic coast last week doing mill ions of dollars worth of damage At Paterson N J the Passaio trust Will on a rampage seven bridges were ruined and hundreds of people rescued from collapsed houses Hundreds of people are homeless at Paterson and the property loss amounts to 2000 000 During the storm only four ves els entered New York harbor and many others were wrecked on the At lantic coast sMachinery Has Been Shipped The special machinery for making interlocking tiling at the Murray Rooting Tile Companys factory was shipped from Bacyrus O Thursday but has not yet arrived The late shipment of their machinery has de layed the starting np of the plant for weeks The order was planed with agoleto the congestion of business done by the firm Guarantors are Alarmed The Owensboro guarantors to the State fair fund are becoming alarmed over the failure of the requested statement nt the expenditures to arrive They think that no news is bad news The report was due to arrive pare last Wed nesday but nothing further ties been heard from President Dorsey since the letter in which he saidlithe men had gone to wnrk on the books Sun days Owensboro Messenger OtIiaw to MnUo 1Ine Woods Farmers In the White mountains have discovered or learned what farm CM elavwlipre arc slow to ascertain It Is that If you lop off the lower limbs ot balsams when they are young the limbs will not grow again Thus the tree as lumber will be Improved It knotsrnCertain hotel owners desiring pine lands hear their hotels on account of healthfulness asked a government for ester bow to gotthem The reply was Cut off the hard woods then turn th- ertttn In to tsnm for tTDP ywir tl t vlI t i IlrowlI t s ci of tll j LjrJ ftAUj Had ilKpiuib wlikh cat tic avoid will grow up and their nqedlca until beep down other growths + 79= DEATH COMES TO T W GEER e Prominent Railroad Man Suc cumbs to Injuries Received in an Accident i INTERMENT IN CITY CEMETERY iIThe remains of Mr Thomas1 W Ueer of Thomasville Ga who mar tied Miss Lizzie Kay of this city were brought here yesterday morning on the L07 east bound train for in terment The body was taken imme diately to the residence of Mr and Mrs Wm Smart the latter being a sister ot Mrs Ueer It was accom panied by Mrs leer Mr altet Smart her nephew and Mike Jung ling and Senator Norman of Thomas ville Ga friends of the deceased Mr Oeer died at Thomasville Sun day as the result of severe injuries re ceived in an accident three weeks pre vious While crossing a trestle on a bey striking an obstruction placed between two rails to wreck a passenger train it is supposed and hurled to the ground below In the fall Mr Geer sustained a broken leg nnd was hurt in two places about the shoulderMany friends in this city are shocked to learn of Mr Ueers death He visitingMryear and were here a few weeks be forehe was injured Mr Ueer was prominent In railroad and fraternal circles At the time of his leath ho way superintend ent of the Tifton Thomasville and Gulf Railroad of Georgia and was traveling over this road when he re ceived the injuries that led to his death He wns a Mason Elk and Woodman of the World Death came at the age of forty at a time when he was becoming a successful business roan and winning many friends The funeral will be held from tile residence of Mr Wm Smart today an d the interment will be in the tit cemetery Rev P L King jpf th e Methodist church will conduct the services The funeral was to be held yesterday afternoon but Mr Jeers father and mother who reside n 1 Pineville Ky did not arrive last night their train tailing to make connection with the Henderson Route Mr Jan Kay of Evansville a brother of Mrs T W Ueer arrived In tle city yesterday morning to attend the funeral Boss Tomato Grower Mrs Seargent of Fordsville Ie Ithe boss tomato grower in this section She had several tomatos in her garden this year that weighed two Poona de and two and one hal t pounds KINKEAD HAS BIG AUDIENCE 4 Beckhams Pardons and Powers i Trials Themes of Speech at jjlIardinsburg DEMOCRATIC RALLY IN MEADE Hardlnsburg Ky Oct IiiBile c inlThe Hon R C Kinkead one ol the most prominent lawyers of Louisville spoke to a crowded house at the City Hall Monday afternoon in the interest of Col Belknnp and the state ticket The circuit courtroom was too swell for the crowd so the speaking was adjourned to the Hall which has shoat twice the ca pacity that the court house has He was introduced by Mr Jesse R EskriUge About one half of Mr Kinkeads speech was devoted to th e trial of Caleb Powers in which he was one of the leading attorneys for the defense He told of the production of the evidence of the selection of the juries and the general partisan con duct of the trials The crowd was deeply interested in this part of his speech coming as it did from one who knew the facts personally His attack on Beckhnuis pardon record was strong and convincing He showed up completely the pardon of the notorious gambler Alvey and that of the murderer Ruelgu He closed hs speech with a glowing eulogy of Col Belxnap whom he had known from boyhood and a strong ap pral to the voters to elect him as nor ernor of this Commonwealth Mr Kinkead is a calm dispassion ate speaker free from abuse and he presents his facts clearly und convinc ingly His speech was well received and was favorably commented upon by all who heard it Beckham at Brandenburg Brandenburg Ky Oct 13Specf- ad =About iCOO people heard Gov J C W Becklniuj speak here paste nodea t him at Weldon and escorted taw to this place Uov Bcekhatn rode in a surrey with D M Duucan Beckhams speech was along 1Govthe sows line of those he has made at other points He was intro duced to the voters by T H Hamil1 ton in a very happy manntr W D Ashcraft was director of the music and W B Arnold E R Bonduraut and others wasters of ceremonies Two Al re Dry Towns Vine Urove in Hardin county vot ed dry recently and Judge Hagan of Meade county has refused to grant license to sell whiskey at Ekron which makes it a dry town LONG ILLNESS I COMES TO END Mrs William Winebrinner Passes Away at liar Home in Hardinsbur0 REPORTS OF OTHER DEATHS peclal parted this life at her home in this place on last Snnday monolog after along and painful illnots She bore her sufferings patiently and with Cnristlan fortitude The funeral services were conducted at St Roinaulds church and the in cemeteryTheofficiated at the burial which was friendes Mrs Winebrinner leaves a husband one child her mother and severalI brothers and sister to mourn her loss She led n consistent Christian life and was a devoted member of her church She will be much missed in the com munity She was born March 21 1850 and was married June 17 1805 to Wm H Vinebrinner at Hardlns brug One child Jesse was the result of this union who survives his mother Mr Tom Bandy Passes Away Irvlugton Ky Oct I8Special Mr Tom Bandy a very highly re spected citizeit died at his home Mon day morning after a lingering illness A wife and five children survive him Interment at Bethel today Anslem Clarkson Dead News has been received here of the death of Anslem Clurkson one of the most prominent citizens of Dig Spring No particulars have been heard Circuit Court in Session Hanlinsbuns Ky Oct t3Hpec- lalCtrcult court convened here Monday at 10 oclock a m with Judge Chelf presiding The Grand Jury leas composed of the following wellknown gentlemen W H Hawk ins Allen Newby Arthur Manning Marion Hardesty Milt Davis H C Jolly L Black Eugene Beavin W H Dntschke R T Mattingly C L Fisher and Zack iianaway Mr W H Hawkins was appointed foreman The twangs to this Grand Jury was delivered by the Commonwealths attorney J F Layman The court then adjourned until Tuesday morning CASTOBXAn nNU Bean the- BignfJZIl io n uuuJiI p Jft 5b- eBreckenridge News M l NItNNNNN l1NNNN iIiNNNNNNN NN see MmeN NNNN One Year For 50c- N NNN NI NN SsiNsNssNNs- NN NNHNSNNeNINNiN This Offer Lasts Just 17 More Days THE OLD RELIABLE I Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTTUTE OSTEOPATHY The Better Way To Health Osteopathy is a new science and system of treating and curing disease without the use of drugs It is based upon a thorough Knowledge of anat omy and physiology and is a system of scientific manipulation of the structrues of the body in such a man ner as to remove all obstruction to the blood arid nerve supply and allows nature to carry on the bodily functions unhindered In introducing Osteopathy to the people of this city I realize it is not so much what the doctor says as what he does I do not wish to deceive anyone or hold out false inducements since it would only do me harm to accept your money and give you no benefit As a graduate of the American School cf Osteopathy under Dr A T Still founder of the science I will be glad to explain Osteopathy to all who may be interested Examination anti consultation free Osteopathic literature free on appli cation Houis lOa m to C p m Wed nesdays and Saturdays Other hours by appointment MITCHEL MILLER Osteopathic Physician Duncan House Phone GO 2 Big Review of Troops Five thousand people saw the divi sion parade Friday afternoon on the Howard flats one mile northwest of the station where 10000 soldiers of the Department of the Lakes of the passedincommander lien J C Bates The scene was impressive and inspiring throughout the two hours and thirty minutes in wiich the defenders of a country passed under keen inspection and those who saw the bright array of pageantry will carry the scene in memory to their dying day To Celebrate Anniversary Irvington Ky Oct 13Speclal The Irvington and Garfield lodge ofhAncent Order of Unietd Workmen will celebrate the thirtvfifth anniversary of that order nere Oct 27 They are making arrangements to have a grand time One of the finest speakers lathe State will bu present and with music by string band and all kinds of refreshments Everybody is cordial- ly1 Invited to come and have a real good time s Had a Hemorrhage Adjt Gen D R Murray was the victim of a hemorrhage early last Sat urday morning and lay on a cot in the express wareroom at Howard for several hours He was exceedingly weak from loss of blood anti in the confusion caused by the entraining of the troops he did not catch a train until the middle of the afternoon Cloverport Negro Shot David Moorman colored of this city was shot twice through the lungs and once in tho arm at Ander son Ind last Wednesday by Ponce Sergt Finnell on suspicion of having committed robbery Moorman was resisting arrest and shot once at the officer but missed Sergt Finnell shot Moorman once but he continued to light and Finnell fired two more bullets into him After the third wound he ran two blocks and then tell Surgeons thinK that Moorman will recover His relatives here have been notified of his condition He is thirty twoyears old w sr w h i iT l P ro The Breckenridge News WEDNESEAY OCTOBER 14 1003 BOTH DURBIN AND BECKHAM Executives of Indiana and Ken lucky at Camp Young Last Wednesday CLOVERPORTERS IN TilE PARTY Gov J C W Beckham and Gov DurTln the respective executives oj Kenttuky and Indiana spent a soda hour in Gov Beokhams tent in thE camp of the Kentucky troops lasl Wednesday The greeting between tho two Gov errors when they were introduced was without formality Gov Beckham reached Howard ait 1110 oclock Wednesday morning The Governor and his party rode in the private our of Mr Attilla Cox presl dent of the Louisville Henderson A St Louis railroad was attached to the regular excursion train With him In the oar were Gen Baton and his staff who were returning from Nashville Tuna nail Adjt Gen Murray Col Noel B Gainee Inspector General iCOI H S McCutchen Paymaster Col Fred Levy Cut Willard MitchellCol Harry Tandy and CnntJ H Lillis He was also accompanied bv Miss Alliene Murray a daughter of Jen Murray and Miss Katherine Moorman of Cloverport The crowd gathered at the station two hours before the train was tine and when it did arrive the long plat form was packed from one end to the other The people were out on the roads and on the street on which the now famous Midway is situated untili the crowd numbered at least 2000 when the Governors train pulled in When the train pulled up and stopped at the platform Gov Beckham was honored with a salute of seventeen guns which wits fired by the Four teenth artillery After the salute was over the procession started for the headquarters of the Kentucky troops In advance were two squadrons of the Seventh cavalry which acted as an escort to Gov Beckham Next came pentjTheKentucky were drawn up on the Held and received the Governor with pre seated arms Gov Beckliam was received at the headquarters of the Kentucky troops by Colonel Williams who greeted the chief executive with his stuff Gener al Bliss commanding the Kentucky troops called and paid hiS respects After introductions to n number of officers regular and militia Gov Beckham and his party were taken to the officers mess at the Kentucky headquartersGovernor spent the after noon in his tent talking to the mem bers of his staff and the other officers until about ai oclock when General You Will Be Happy if Well Paines Celery- Compound Bestows that Health and Vigor that Makes Liv ing a Pleasure i 11 you are sick and outofsorts it is in your power to make yourself healthy strong and j happy There is not the slightest reason why you should go through life feeling sickly miserable languid and melancholic To Le well and Strong means happiness and true joy nedralgicdyspeptichovering over you if you are not as bright energetic and strong as you were some weeks ago the use of Paines Celery Compound will tone up and fortify your whole system cleanse the blood correct digestion sharpen the rappetite and conduce to restful sleep Thous ands once in a halfdead condition owe their Painesf+ Pleasureville Kywho through sickness and suffering was brought near the dark grave writes as follows regarding his manclous cure I have been broken down in health and Strength nervous system shattered kidneys out of order had nervous and trembling spells off and on for the last ten years I have taken three bottles of your Paines Celery Compound and all of the abovementioned troubles have left me and I can now do a good days work I go about my business all day long and it dont worry me and I now feel better than I have in ten years I have a goodappetite and can eat and around on foot as active u when I was a boy My age is 65 years DIAMOND DYES Color Jackets Coats Capes Ribbons Necklles Waists Sloeklngi wil not ItJ M crock when dyed with Diamond Dyu Dinctlo book and 45 dyU MinptM IN DIAMOND DYES lrtca Vt i Bates Col Wngner chief umpire of the maneuvers antI Governor Durbin of Indianxcallcd to pay their respects Tne rain was still fulling nt that time nnd the visitors preferred to come to the tent of the Governor instead of riding horseback The greeting between the two high est officers at the camp and Gov Dur ebin anti Gov Beckham was without formality Gov Beckham and Gov Durbin shook hands cordially and after they had nil expressed their ro I grets at the necessity of calling off the review the two Governors and the two oflio rs sat down in the tent and spent a sociable hour Besides the visitors there were prsent Col Tandy Col Gnliips Maj Ellis and the other offi cors at headquarters The topics tits cussed were almost entirely military arid there was not tho slightest refer ence to politics During the convey sation Governor Beukham again ex pressed his approval of the location of- fr the wimp 1I During the conversation between Gov Beckham and Gov Dnrbin Gov Beckham ASKed Indianas Chief Execu tive when he expected to Ileave for Louisville Gov Durbin replied that be expected to leave on the 021 train Gov Beckham said he had a special oar which left on the 530 train anti invited Gov Durbin to accompany him to Louisville Gov Dm bin re plied that he would have to go to camp and don his civilians clothes and if he could get ready in time he would be greaMy pleased to make the trip to Louisville with Goy Beckham Gov Dubiu misstfd the 080 train and was forced to oirne to Louisville I on the later train Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in bask an shouldar bladesshifting painsdilli culty in moving fingers toes or legs hone pains swollen muscles anti joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawKingspittingdroppitigs in throat bad hearing specKs flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hun dreds of oases of M or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had tasen Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a 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 cial medical advice by descrimng your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand print ed testimonials EO write at once WOMAN TO TOE FRONT ny Mrs II H GrInnell In reading n very complimentary notice of a young lady friend who has graduated from n medical college and who is n full fledgad M D it brings to mind what an innovation upon time honored customs and which under the antebellum regime Kept Soutnern woman as ignorant of practical busi ness routine as of the origin then of wireless telegrnpvy Any thing peitain ing to technicalities of commercial or professional usage was supposed to result to the transformation of their refined delicate clinging Southern nature and a strong minded independ ent business woman wax unheard of in gentle retiued circles Intense loyalty to this social standard usages and tradi tions of an aristocracy forbade any in fringement of its rigid ideas Nature and education combined to deprive her accepting the new order of things and for many years she rejected the idea that a woman should attend to bust ness Thou Southern girls would not dream of wearing maohine wed garments it was the last resort of impecunious plebianismBnt our brae Southern woman after years of nverses have met their responsibilities unflinchingly and have gathered flrmlvlthe reins transferred trthelr fair hands for guidance Their intellectual vision has expanded in the march and without straying into crazes or fads tney are independent and self sustain ing A woman need not be bedecked with tags of far fetched learning neith er need she be so obnoxiou s with her technicalities as to frighten men to the roar But at this day and age when girls and young lathes are compelled to be bread winners in many instances they have a perfect right to choose their own avenue My young lady friend is a complete success with her saddle pockets Hhe calls a carriage and anwers a call in the wee sma hours While a Southern girl in the sixties could not cross the street without an escoit now woman are to the front in everything provided they have any mental caliber and moral I force I IIlest ooaraga and thought I never regain my health years of delicate health trying doctors prescriptions and patent medicines without benefit might well sap the courage of any provedthatanly disease is only a question of using the right remedy A few doses of Favorite Prescription restored IIOpebecausechange from the first Three months use of the medicine restored her to perfect health Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription weakeningdralusceration and cures female weakness MemphlsSocialAve Memphis Tenn writes nl suffered tryingdoctorsuntil I lost courage mm thought I would never regain myhealth but a few doses of your Favorite Prescription made me change my mind Could see a decided change from the first so I kept on taking it for three perfecthealthhealthDr Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y SAYS TIES ENTITLED TO FEE Adjt Gen Murray Will Appeal to Legislature to Reimburse Him For Work Done A special to the Louisville Herald from Frankfort last week said in part Adjutant Gen Murray line decided to appeal to the Legislature to reim burse him for work performed by him in the collection of the Kentucky war claim from the National Government and for which Cant C C Cal honn was paid n fee of 71000 by the provisions of a contract made and en tered into with Gor Beckham Gen Murray reiterates his statement in reply to the charge of Major Owens thnt he did not receive or re quest one cent of the fee allowed Capt Calhoun for the collection of this war claimI might have said and probably did say to Col Breckenridge that I believe that I was entitled to some compensation for the collection of the claim and T say so now for I did con siderable work in this matter- I expect to asic the Legislature at the very next meion to reimburse me For the work I performed in assisting to collect this claim I did more work toward bringing about a settlement of the SpanishAmerican war claim than any other man and nave performed more work since my appointment as Adjutant General than any of my predecessors Often a person puts off taking needed tonic because of tho disagreeable taste of most tonic preparations Therefore the ideal tonic should be pleasant to the palate Walthers Pep onized 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 iatnres8 own digestive agent This preparation restores lost vitality and cures nervous prostration indigestion and all Kindred ailments Small size 00 cents large size 100 For sale by A R Fisher Proud of State Guard Adjt lien Davia R Murray was at the Louisville last night after a wet muddy day at West Point He said he was greatly disappointed that the rain had spoiled the parade as he expected his troops to make a fine show- Ing He is proud of the Kentucky State Guard and wanted them to be seen in full dress parade Thursdays Courier Journal You Know What You Are Taking When you take o rove Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula Is plainly printed on ivory tattle showing I hat It Is simply Iron and Quinine In it tasteless form No cure So pay 1rlcu t 0- cPatesvllle Runaway Couple Mr Chas F Jones and Miss Missle P Yeakel of Patesyille eloped to Cannelton last week and were married by Squire Robinson at the residence- of Mi Wm Harding on tit Linis avenue A Love Letter Would not interest yop if yonre 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 but a box of tacKlin Arnica Salve cured me its the beat Salve on earth 25o at Short it Haynes Drug 8torerY WILL SAVE MILLIONS Big Expense to be Done Away With by Government In Contracts for Carrying Mall Sealed proposals will be received by the Second Assistant Postnmste General Washingtou D 0 until 4 p m Dec 1 1003 for carrying the U S mail for the term from July 1 1004 to June 30 1008 on the following described route including the de alongitheI such other schedule of like running time as the Postmaster General ma y prescribe From Folly lie by WeberPatesville and Dukes to Cloverport15 miles anti t backsixI times n week Leave Pell vilie daily at 710 a in arrive Cloveiport by ll30 a m Leave Clo verport daily except Sunday at 13 3l I p in arrive at Pellville at 450 p in Bond required with hitl000 Pres ent contract pay 240 The postoffice department wants bids like the above on mall routes all over the country to be innde by the persons who will carry the malls and not by parties who buy the contracts and sub let them as has formerly been the case The party that made the con tract to carry the mall on the route described above gets fIJOO a year out of it and gives the carrier only 240 When tnls practice over the country is discontinued it will save tne govern ment millions of dollars every year Chamberlains 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 anti 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 MnltIthese facts are taken into consideration it is not surprising that people in for eign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by Short Haynes Suckling Colt Bring 90 Two suckling colts of the well known ring horsp Montiose owned by Mr C M Smith of Fordsville sold for f180 during the fair here last week Mr Rowan Holbrook bought one of Mr F M Bailey for tso aId Mr Smith the owner of Montrose bought tho other of James Haynes for 100 Mr 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Republican News from all of the worldWell written original stories Answers to jueries Articles on Health the Home New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press the only Western Newspaper receiving the entire telegraphic news service of the New York Sun and special cable of the New York Worlddaily reports from over 2000 special correspondents throughout the country YEAR ONE DOLLAR Subscribe for Breckenridtfe News and The Weekly Inter Ocean one Yeer both papers for 160 IY DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder fxvP ravelDropsy II W I I RE Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you ir necessary write Ur 1cnncr Ho lias spent a bite time curing Free such coses as yours All consultations andrSuffered Intense pain My wife was seriously affected with fcmalo troubles Dr Fennera Kidney and Ilackachn Cure cured us both F M WHEELER Randolph la nruffRlsts OcII Ask for Cook HookFree SFenner FredonlaNy- For Circular Dr Sale lly Short Haynes H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY theCourtsties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License top Courtsomcef x119t1Mit111tttli ftMMSt119t1tlt1t11l111111t KOLONSJ RJusi VIA THE x fromKSaintphis to points i- nMISSOURIK 5 ARKANSAS I 5 INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA 5 K Ios This rate is in effect on the first and Jj its third Tuesdays of each month Full Iinformation furnished upon applicaI tion to any passenger agent of the Jcompany or toIPASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT 5 Frisco System see Saint LouisK- Xltwitlbktillkltl6M1 MItIINKItMIt- tiKllsae ti I First I ClassMEATS MEATSFor Occasions i Fred May City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY ONEWAY RATES Every day from September 15th to November aoth inclusive the Union Pacific will sell oneway tickets from Missouri River Terminals Council Q Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive as follows 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 2500 to Ashland and Astoria Ore gon via Portland 2500 to San Francisco Los Angles and San Diego- Correspondingly low rates to many other California Oregon Washington Montana Utah and Idaho points From Chicago and St Louis propor l tionately low rates are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Pacific For full information call on or ad dress t W H CONNOR Q ASS East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio J L MOORMAN- DENTIST StoreiOffice over Oelzes Hardware Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN andRIDGE WORK Prices I Moderate c Satisfaclicn Guaranteed t i Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend onICOHKECTXEPS OF STILE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR t ING HKLIAUILIIY OF FAUItlC fJWith Casper Mays6 Co Cannelton Ind 1 CloverportPlaningMillGREGORY 1 LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS j I DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS I il1LATHSf LATHSLIME r BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the t acknowledgement at your homo I This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited atJJ Address me Hardinsburg Ky jSOc WILL BE 1 NEWSOFFICETOBER AT THE N Public SaIeH 11l1li11 I will sell at Public Auction at my farm near Sample on Wednesday Oct 21 All my Household and Kitchen furniture Farm Implements Stock Etc consisting of 9 head of Cattle 3 head of Horses 1 span of match Mules 4 years old 30 head of Hogs Wagon and Buggys i Terms Made Known in Day of Sale i E H PATE r r r n EH I iii The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 41 1003 I ABOUT TilE RACE PROBLEM nv ante II B drlnnell ExGovernor Norhten of Gecrgla as recently made an Important state ment upon the race problem He is au authority upon the subject and his statement is in direct opposition to that of Mr Graves who would get rid of the problem not alone by seg regating the colored people but by deporting thorn Governor Northen has been among the colored r race all his life and he is free to con fees he des not want to live where there are none Of course no true southern person does and we wouldI t trust them more confidently than the mongrel population of selfannounced people who want them deported The Soutn could not do 80 if it did They almost exclusively furnish the farm labor in the South and their departure would paralyze its agricultural 1 industry We are glad the moderate thoughtful conservative of the South are beginning to lhe heard upon this question as well as the radicals Only a few days ago Prof Edwin Mime of Trinity Colleges NC a southern born man whose father was a distinguished Confederate soldier made a statement that the North erred in accepting ns the opinion of the whole South the opinions of some radicals While the conservatives both blank and white do not believe in social equality or in i universal suffrage they do believe i- nylegal justice and limited suffrage impartially enforced We do know that it was these conservatives who defeated the division of the school fund who denounced peonage and who have extended all their influence to secure legislation against lynching Such men as Northen and Minis in the end will do much towards the settlement or the race problem and their worn will ba more potent than that o f the Tillmans Dixons Graves and Imndainans They will be the leaven to leaven the whole lump while the radicals will make more attention perhaps but it is effervescent robe Into Ills House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in of Chronic Constipation When t1t1vaslon s New Life Pills broke into his troubles was arrested and now hes entirely ctirel They are guaranteed to cure Slo at Short Haynes Has burled Her Hatchet Danville Ky Oct OCarrle Na severalflRobinson left yesterday for Kansas When interviewed she said she had r now quit saloon smashing and that horeatrer she would devote her time and energy to trying to suppress the manufacture f liquor as hue had I foundshe could never accomplish her end by saloon miushlug I rL tau ISreath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache 25 All druggists beauUtll1hrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE WhskinM nM f f Mill A CO NuN NM Harvey Thsesher Again Harvey Thresher of 0 nnelton formerly of Tobinsport was arrested and fined In EvnnsvilleIudon Udnesday for an attempt to caress a bevy of laundresses Thresher hind partaken freely uf the brown Leverage that smelleth of the hop and after having being invited to leave a baker made his way towards the White Swan sundry which he entered He saun tered into the operating room and before the score of grls there employed was aware of his presence he hind his urns around the comllest one of the bunch and was hugging her with a bruinlike hugScreams brought assist and e and with eyes blackened to an ebony hue the offender was given a ride in n patrol wagon He is serving eleven days in the county jail Sates Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life witui Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece had consumption in an ad vanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well II Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Dis covery ns to no other medicines on earth Infallible for Concha and Colds 50 o and 100 battles guaranteed by Short Haynes Trial bottle free Increase In Army Death Rate Washington D C Oct 8Au in crease in the death rate in the army of ia49 per 1000 Is shown jn the annual report of Surgeon General ORe illy for the year ending June HO The increase is attributed to cholera which caused 554 deaths per 1000 A slight improvement is shown in the rate for disease and injury Cable Still Wont Work The Cumberland Telephone Compa nys cable in the bed of the Ohio river connecting Canntlton and Hawesville was taken up and a test placed upon it last week The cable contains twenty four wires and has refusrn to work since an electric storm which occurred at Canneltoa several weeks agog TwentyNine Persons Indicted The postal investigations at Washing ton D Cwere closed last week They resulted in indictuieust against twenty ulue person RECEIVE MORE PRAISE Western Recorder Vies With the News In Complimenting Glen deanes Good People To show that the good people ot GlendoanH are ruby desnrvinK of the compliments bestowed upon them and their new Baptist church by the Niwa we quote the following article by Dr Harvey1iu till Western Recorder of Louisville The News in its last two issues said every good word it could in announcing the dedication of the churchand then in decsribingit The Keoorder vies with the News as follows Last Sunday will long be remembered in Glendeane Breckenridge county The beautiful church building erected by the members of Goshen church was dedicated The debt was 1080 large balance for n building that cost trom 300 to 3000 The money was raised and an elegant din ner was enjoyed in the church yard There are no nicer people and better behaved than the people of Goshen neighborhood and for culturea nd re finement they lire hard to eilunl The order of excercises were ns follows Elrttr Duncan Iled in prayer the writer preached and took the collection the pastor made the dedicatory prayer After an elegant dinner enjoyed by about 1000 people Pastor J F Vines preached his farewell 8f ron leaving resigned some time ago the care of Cloverport and Goshen churches to ac cept call of Central church Chattanoo ga Tenu This sad parting with the universally beloved paetor was most tender and many tears were shed Bro Vines is an able minister of the New Testament tint a model pastor Our prayers follow him to his new fieldThe building committee was composed of R T Dempster M D chairman W C Moorman J T F Owen R G Robertson and Jas A MoormanThe largest contributions were made by Bro W J Deane Jr who gave fDOO and his mother and brother Charlie gave 200 more Then came R G Robertson and son C V W C Moorman Frank Dean and Dr Demp ster and others For a pleasant physic take lhamber lainss Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by Short tk Haynes Came in Tissue Paper The News received a beautiful red apple recently It cause by mall and was wrapped In tissue paper The sender name was not givenI and hence this is the best mention that we can give it J W Patterson Injured Le wii port Ky Oct 7 MrJW Pat terson was seriously hurt while driving down a hill near his home One of the breast straps oroke letting the wagon tongue stick In the ground The sudilon stop threw him forward and bloke his right collar bone WALTHERS i PEPTONIZED PORTi- s simply a combination of port wine and pepsinit contains no drugs or chemicals Doctors recommend it as a good commonsense tonic as a remedy for dyspepsia indigestion and kindredailmentsfor invalids convalescents old folks nursing mothers and debilitated people generally r Two sizes 50 cts and 100 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO PITTSBURGH PA For sale by Aa Rs FISHER Cloverport Ky a c f t rb a STRANGE STORIES FROM TRUTHFUL PELLVILLE MEN By 111 MoselyI Something new In the propagation ot grasses bas been discovered by 1V 0II W Spencer a man noted for piety nnd veracity He says after his wheat was cut he passed through the stubble and on seeing it appeared green he made an examination nnd found that u straw of timothy woe growing out of each whent stubble ThQ same man says he cut off a tur ties head on Thursday nUll the follow ing Hunaay he and another man passed through his field looking at the crops when one of them poked a stick at the severed head which at once snapped and caught the stick in its jaws as viciously aa if its body which was fast decaying had bn attached Mike Stephens Jr one of our best young farmers and allaround good fellows says cut worms make grass hoppers and asks anyone to box a few up and see for themselves Amos Skinner one among the best men near here says he covered the vine some distance from the hill and wneu it took riot at that place he severed it between that and the hill and raised a tine seedless watermelon He proposes to prove thiS Speaking of Cloverport Uncle Solo man Oblnchain a very pious good mnnwho is eightytwo years old said Wesley Dunn and we boys used to go to Clover when old Colonel Murray sold goods there to do our trading After supper we would get out in town and pass ourselves off as police We have met many a country fellow and arrested him scareing him nearl r to death by telling him he had violated the town laws by being out so late and it was our duty to take him in OneleSol as he is called by everyone says Them wits funny time boys I tell you shore M Mosely Gained Forty Pounds InThirty Days For several mouths our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them We pur chased some of Chamberlainss Stom ach and Liver Tablets and he com menced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gaind forty pounds in flesh He is fully recovered We have had a good trade on the Tablet HOLLEY BROS Merchants Long Brunch Mo For sale by Short a Hay n e- sLEAVENWORTH John HeiMnnau returned from Con cordin lust week Chester Elliott jr was in Little Dixie tad Sunday Chester Elliott and brother Ollie were in Merengo last week Mr Austin hue moved his family from English to this place Another button factory will be ready for work at this place in tht near future The cabinet meeting of the Epworth League met with Miss Dora Allen Tuesday night Klmer McCulIuui and Ollie Elliott leave Monday to begin their schools at Wyandotte and Mansfield Mrs Scott Paris who has been a visi tor at this place returned to her home at New Albany Ind last week A pound party was giviu the uew Methodist minister Friday night which was largelyI attended Bad enjoyed by nil Our school is progressing nicely with Prof Wells Mr McMahan and Misses Louise Elliott and Elva Gilmore as teichers Hutcheson fit Moorman the photo graphers who have been at this place for the past three months returned to Brandenburg last week Mr and Mrs George Edmondson after spending the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Jenner at this phice returned to Louisville Friday Misses Jennie and Dora Flannery after spending several weeks with Miss Louise EMiott nod other friends re turned to their home at Wolt Creek Ky Saturday- J S Stevenson who has been pastor of the Presbyterian church for some time left on the John W Thomas Tits day for his home in Ohio After spend lug some time there he will enter school in Louisville News was received here last week of the marriage of Miss Maude Benheiii to Mr Richard Alexander of Petersburg Ind During the summer Miss Beuheui spent several weeks at this place with her grundparents Mr and Mrs Benz A merry crowd from town enjoyed Saturday afternoon in Fern Hollow Those who composed the crowdwere Misses Beatrice Allen Dora Flannery Barbara Allen Lluise Elliott Jennie Flannery and Maud Heishmau Messrs Harold Raaf Elmer McCullum Elwood Miller James Strvenson and Ollie Elliott I Exflov Bradley III Former Gov W O Bradley is ill at his home in LouMyjlle of typhoid fever The disease Iis thought ti be in a mild form by Us physicians BOOKKEEOINQ SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING NEW RIVAL Loaded Black Powder Shells shoot stronger and reload better than any other black powder shells on the market because they are loaded more carefully and made more scientifically Try them They are THE HUNTERS FAVORITE A BUSINESSEDUCATIONI t the womanwhoyoungtrainingTHE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY II t I Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his line Write for a beautiful book Riving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the tnltsd States It will be mailed you FREE IC11001 open all year Students can enter at a lime E J BRIGHT Prest u MIl Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED N mS s N s tli N iiFirst State BankZ = IRVINGTON KY a iiw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vicepresident II H KIt IPUR Cashier i of Corporations Finns and Individuals solicited iiAccounts e Interest Paid on Time Deposits Ntl tl tN N ll n The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45 tOO Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized In1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UG1ITFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages In our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest p Id on time deposits no u N N NNN N NN N N NNN I Bankof Hardinsburgt B F 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Circuit Court Clerk Breckenridge County- W SHURMAN BALL Nominee of the Republican Party For Representative of Breckenridge County MAT P PAYKB Nominee of the Republican Patty t liON D C MOORMAN Nominee of the Democratic party for reelection Mr C B Bates who is now located at Pittaburg Pa in renewing his subscription says I find the fur ther one gets from home the more the News visits are appreciated I have found in the Smoky City a few Ken tacky boys mid all seem to be doing well There was a large crowd at Harding h burg Monday Everybody seemed to be in a good humor no grumbling or mouthing about anything Tho politicians had very little to say were in tine feather and happy both Rides claiming victory in November Its a happy prosperous time for every clues of people in old BrecKenridge They nearly nil take the News and those who dont take it read it Col Glenn in his Graphic expres es our sentiments and views in the followingIt than four weeks until the election shall come oft It is a well known fact that the Graphic is not making a fool of itself by lighting the battles of any of the political parties nor lips it up to the present suffered itself to get into any unseemly wran gle with any one on account of pout ical differences The editor shall on the first Tuesday in next month go to the polls that is if he is able to get there he will cast his vote as seems best to him he shall do this as a good citizen and after having done BO he is perfectly willing that his neighbor shall go to the same booth and cast a ballott as may best suit the one so voting We are opposed to political wrangles no good grows out of this We want to see men act intelligently avoid abuse act as become men living in a civilized com munity anti then nil will be well It is the duty of every good citizen to frown down any attempt to create a disturbance or to do anything that would cause hard feelings or nnpleas antness of any kind Experience has shown that whatever may be the merits of boards of direc tore as counselors and advisers they do not possess that prompt judgment that is so often needed in emergencies If In such counsel there is muoh wisdom there is also much delay and while undue naste is bad unrea soning hesitation is even worse for mistakes may be remedied but lost opportunities do not present them selves again It is a trite saying that Council of War never fight and it is not recorded that Napoleon eve snbuiittd his judgment to that of his Marshals He listened to their advice and then took the decision upon himself If a reckoning be made of the most successful concerns in this country especially among manufacturers it will be found that almost without exception success has been duo to the dominating influence of one master mind who has impressed his indivi duality upon the concern u1I imparted his spirit to its members He often has associated with him an equally strong character dissimilar yet of like nature thus forming the needed complementIroa Age Alllltla Leave Camp Young Last Saturday between 7000 and 8000 militiamen from Kentucky Ind iana Michigan and Wisconsin were entrained at Camp Young Howard and left for their homes over various routes Bet ween 4000 and 5000 troops regular army officers and men re main but these also will leave the latter part of this week 81 Pate of Hardlnsbnrg was here Sunday c All Spent a Pleasant Day Lewisport Ky Oct laSpeoial There was a dinner given at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Henry Huffman Sunday in honor of the birthday of their daughter Miss Lida Those present were Mr and Mrs Tom Blanford and little daughter Mattie Sue Mr and Mrs Tom Thrasher and children Mr and Mrs Lute Johnson Mr and Mrs Helnin Thrasher Mr and Mrs Sam T May and daughters Lula Florence and Lillian Misses Bessie Thrasher Ethel Blanford Hattie Johnson Maggie Blanford Messrs Bob Hoffman Wesley BlaiJ ford Paul Blanford Earl Blauford and Lenard May There was abundance of everything good to eat and drink and piano music furnished by Mrs Helm Thrasher and Misses Bessie Thrasher and Ethel Blanford All had a delightful time and left hoping to meet again on another occasion like the present one Do het he do What see The Proposed R F D Route It is almost n certainty that the proposed R F D Route out from this city will be established Dr R L Newsom line sent the petition signed oy the farmers residing along the route to Congressman D H Smith who will put them into the hands of the Postmaster General Dr Ne 60iu has also sent the names of three applicants for the position of carrierAccording to Congressman Smith Dr Newsom Dr Win Howard and L V Chapin WhO Secured the peti tioners have finished their work and without little doubt the route will be esablished as all the reqirements have been met with in making out the papers Mrs W L Sterett Dead Mrs W L Sterett formerly of Hawesville died at her home in Evansville Thursday Sunday her remains were token to Hawesville far interment Mrs Sterett had long been ill of con sumption Fifteen Miles of Sidetrack According to John A Scott assist ant general passenger agent of the Illinois Central this road will build fifteen miles of sidings at owa rd next year if the site is made a per manent army post- Recovered Speech and Hearing Messrs Ely Bros I commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing was dull My hearing has been fully restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our town L G Brown granger O The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 tll or tailed by Ely Brothers 00 Warren St New York Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wIth Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis use and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts di ectly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a qunok medicine It was prescribed b- One of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the bst tonics kouwn combined witn the blood purifiers acting directly on the mu sons surfaces The perfect combina iou of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free JCHBNEY S CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by druggists price 75o Halls Family Pills are the best Doing Immense Business Last week was a doubleheader week on the Henderson Route Owing to congestion of freight at all points it was necessary to double head a number of the freight trains Sunday morning alone there were two west bound doubleheaders within an hour or so of each other Besides an unusually heavy freight and passenger traffic during the past few weeks the Henderson Route has lone an immense buSiness in the way of transporting troops and their baggage and horses to ant from Howard besides carrying thousand of ex urslonists to and from this point For the size of the road its business during the past month has been very great and has taxed the equipment to its utmost to handle it Mary Wilson flnjor Dead Irvington Ky Oct 13Special- A host of friends mourn with Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville daughterMarydeath was caused by appendicitis at theIr home on last Friday The re mains were brought here Snnday and laid to rest in the old family burying ground at Washington Place tiL Mr BRANDENBURG Miss Meade Pusey spent last week in Louisville Jesse L MalIn spent Sunday hero with his wife Mr and Mrs Dick Ditto have re turned to Louisville James Brodio of Jwensboro was a visitor here last Sunday Clarence Macgalin was the guest Sunday of Miss Audrey Brown Mrs Jane Smith is still quite low at her sons D S Richardsons The remodeling of the Baptist church is progressing very nicely Mrs J W Lewis was hostess last Friday for the Womans Missionary Society The bargain sales last week at Ed YeaKels attracted large crowds to his countersThe of the Guild had a luncn counter Monday and did a paying businessMr and Mrs John Frakes are established in their new home near Irvington J W Lewis is in Louisville for two weeks to be treated by a specialist for deafness Mrs R B Shncklett an 1 daughter Miss Mabel arc visiting in Louisville and New Albany D S Richardson has out a fine advertising sheet The Arcade Hustler Miss Linnie Moorman is quite an ad dition to his corps of competent dents Our young friend Claude Hardln killed three birds last week with one stone by taking in the army post the big circus and Mrs Wiggs on a single trip The Rev TL Cmmlel hits been returned to this charge for another Conference year which we all hope may redound to the spiritual welfare of minister and people Vote right along for the most popular minister in Meade county and let him get the rubber tired buggy otter ed by Meade Messenger Every one hus n favorite Prove it by voting himMiss Bailie Dowdy was in Louis ville last week to view the fashions on Fourth avenue and take items from the uptodate modistes of the city She is at your service with the very latest Iitems in her line The Rev J L Hart at each sermon proves himself a man of real force and ability His congregation is to be congratulated that so able and popular a minister of the gospel is to labor among them Now is the time to subscribe for one of the very best county papers pub lished the Breckeuridge Newt In October you get it one year for CO cents Think of it Dont let the chance escape you Subscribe now- T13 Fairleigh of Paris Tenn Is slowly recovering from a slight stroke of paralysis He has had a position offered him as head clerk in the freight office at Memphis with a large salary but the locality does not suit him as to healthfulness Mr and Mrs George Casperke made up a large party last Wednesday and took in the maneuvers at West Point The principal maneuver was rain On Saturday the largest crowd ot the season went up on the Colum bia They all report the sights worth seeing Dieting Imltes Disease To cure Dyspepsia or indigestion it is no longer necessary to live on milk and 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 cares to eat and is a never fail lane cure for indigestion Dyspepsia all stomach troubles Kodal di gests what you eat maces the atom ach sweet Sold by all Druggists Do beY he do What see Resolutions of Condolence Whereas The Supreme Ruler of the Universe has seen tit to remove from our midst Bro C S Board a member of Breckenridge Lodge No 01 Knlgnts of Pythias then fore be it Resolved That the lodge has lost a faithful and worthy member and the community a highly respected citizenResolved That we extend to his family our sincere sympathy in their sa d bereavement Resolved That our Charter be draped in for a period of thirty days a copy of these resolutions be sent to the sorrowing family and a copy sent to the official Pythias World for publication Also A copy be spread on our records Chas May Sr G W Short D J CoombsCommittee Cloverport Ky Oct 12 1003 OA19 R O RIIlLhV hA D II the Blgnttnie C 4 i lls 1 7 fP jII Iai Statement of thec= = Bank of CloverportAt the Close of Business September 30 1903 RESOURCES FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 100000 LOANS AND DISCOUNTS 2568315 CURRENT EXPENSES 90030 DUI FROM BANKS SS75S4 CASH ON HAND 884100 728ITotal S 40j3 LIABILITIES CAPITAL PAID DEPOSITS 1004309 EAKXIXOS Total il ilE Gregory CashierIfi Subscribed and sworn to before me by E E Gregory cashier this the 5th day of October 1903 MARION WEATHERHOLT N P B This Bank commenced business only last March The above statement shows it has gone through its first summer successfully and promises a bright future for this institution This bank appreciates patronage and cordially solicits your ff HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f i INSURED AGAINST BOTH FIRE AND BURGLARYrr VJ or v r GRAND OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Cloverport Ky Oct 29 1903 I in the H A Oelze storeroomI I This will be the greatest thing ever given in the city of Cloverport by the of this section Everybody must conic who wishes to enjoy an evening ofsolid funmakiug The fol lowing old fiddlers have entered this contest Messrs Price Graham Thomas Lewis Thomas Etherton James Johnson Charles Furrow John Cummings John Elder Gid Ball Bob Mat tingly John Dean John Hall Bill Pumphry John Tindlo and John Lewis Other old fiddlers will enter this contest before the date of fame and a good time is assured There will bo other music during the intermission and everything will be done to make this a great success There will bo five judges selected secretly and they will be unknown to any ex cept the committee We will be glad to hear of anyone else who will enter the contest Re member that the first prize will be 25 in cash payable to the winner as selected by the judges Each fiddler will play without accompaniment 15 minutes the limit for Any pieces maybe played to suit the contestants findany number of pieces may be played in the time limit Fitt teen minutes is of time to get warmed up and show off to the highest degree Now is the time to practice for time is valuable with tho 25 in cash in sight No one will bo allowed to en ter the room or the contest who is under tho influence of intoxicants Address all Communications to W B Oelze Chairman Cloverport Tickets for Reserved Seats will be on sale at the W Oelze Store after October 21 I tUft Given under auspices of Cloverport A 0 U W Lodge W- MA Bill for Appropriation Camp Young Howard Ky Oct 10 The Hon D H Smith Congressman of the Fourth District of Kentuc ky will introduce a bill at the next session of Congress to provide an ap propriation for the purchase of approx imately 80000 acres of land around Howard for the location of a permit nent training ground for the United States Army and State militia The site lies in his district and it will devolve on hun to introduce the bill since he is favorably inclined to the proposed army site He will have the active cooperation of Congressman Swagar Sherley of the Fifth district whose home is in Louisville and who also favorably regards the locution of the training grounds here Do heY he do What see Army Post at West Point Camp Young Howard Ky Oc- t10If West Point is made a perma neat maneuver ground an army post will be established here This will be necessary to take care of the reserva tion Col Wagner said today that it wus impossible for him to say what the Government wllldo in regard to the purchase of the maneuver ground as a permanent site He said tnat the ground is admirably adapted to such purposes and furnishes every variety of territory necessary- I do not know of a single objection that could now be advanced that would not disappear if the property under Government control 1 fere i WeatherholtBurns Ir J E Weatherholt of this city and Miss Alice Burns of Owensboro were married in Cannelton last Thursday afternoon by Justice Robinson They were accompanied by Mr Allen Black and Miss Emma Cummings of this city Mr Weatherholt has a position at the L II and St L shops end Mlsa BurLs is an estimable young lady For the present Mr apd Mrs Weatherbolt will reside in this city Card of Thanks Mr Win Winobrinner of Hardins burg desires to thanK sincerely the many friends of the family for the kindness and sympathy shown during the fatal lllneea of his deceased wife S STOCK ix S 2000000 120369 S 4030728 E C business people playing plenty B Wimp ftt r iCadicksGold k Flourff t J pureI I your twenty years ago If you liked the bread and pies yourJmother made you can make them equally good yourself Simply ask yourIgrocer for Cadicks Gold Dust Flour made byICdick Milling Co fie 1 GRANDVIEW IND P J yi CONDENSED STATEMENTFI F aW Of tho condition of theIm FIRST STATE BANKM j it 1IRVINUTONAt the close of Business KY Sept 30 1903 tII 1 This Statement of the condition of our Bank atHH the dose of the first quarter of our business We ll J Ir ggwish to invite your attention J irr nW J Piggott Pres rJ R VicePres DIRECTORS S R M Jolly r gBoardg Lee T Meyer W Cf Alexander I dIim iJRESOURCES siSotesst 5zlouseFurniture 00w110OverDrafts i 1429AFrpetrse j k1i i re 13920120 f ar 1 LJABLITIESit Sit aDeposits76Undivided to 39241 20 WI sic I He H KEflPER Cashier f fft r foEl News One Year for Qly5DJ o- F Hy I r H d Iii1 jTutts Pills manydayswhatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate and nour Ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1003 r October Magazines J D Babbage For uptodate papering see Coenei BrosFresh t chestnutsno worms in them l English Kitchen Mrs E O Brico went to Philadel- phiaI last Wetlne sday J Bert Beavin is painting a house for Nobe Pate at Mattingly Olivia Fallon left Sunday for J JVie to visit relatives Robertson of Haidinsbnrg was in town Friday and Saturday Think of us when you are wonting a good meal English Kitchen For a panel stile crown or upper third treatment seeCoenen Bros yBillie Joe Grahams fox terrier V was killed by train No 43 Saturday Were too busy in Spring ti r1o your woikio see us now Coenen Bros Mrs R L Newsom and grandson Harry returned from Louisville Wed nesdayDr ltchel Miller of Owensboro was at the Duncan House Thursday and Saturday i John Burn and daughters Maggie and Edith saw the maneuvers at Vest Point Saturday Miss Bes ie Sims of Bowling Green Ky arrived Thursday to visit Miss Marian Bowmer Leave word at News office and have Cqenen Bros call on you with sam plea of their work Douglas Rafferty went to New Albany Saturday to spend several days with relatives Mrs H L Stader and Mrs lire Meyer saw Barnum Baileys CirCUS in Louisville Friday The party that was to go to Mam moth Cave fom here last Thursday couldnt be made up Jas Younger Harry Weatherhol and J D Babbage Jr were at West W Point one day last week Miss Stella Weatherholt was the guest of ner aunt Mrs MarIon Ryan of Lonisvile Sunday and Monday Mrs Hugn Conley arrived Friday from Wilmington S C to be the ti guest of her sister Mrs Clarence BoardIYou dont have to buy but we wquld like to show you our samples of- wall paper to everybody in town Coenen Bros Mrs Mary Hooper and Miss Maggie King of New Albany who have i1been the guests of Mm Mary J Mil lerreturned home Saturday Misea Nell Gregory and Mannic Whit saw the maneuvers at West Point last week and Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch at Macauleyr Louisville to In a few weeks the wellknown t firm of Connen Bros will be in the city with a full line of samples of wail paper burlape etc and will be prepared to hang all goods promptly 11r They also take contracts for painting j graining etc and guarantee all work It you wish to be called on leave order at News office i t I r j SCOTTMULSION I Scotts Emulsion is the I means of life and of the en I joyment of life of thousands of I men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the ure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining food and tonic fdr the special trials that I women have to bear 1 f To children Scotts Emulsion 1 gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone i 7 and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send for free sample ChemistsIti 4OO41B Pearl Street NewYork- 6Oo and SIOOi all druggists J L Mrs J A Ross returned from Louisville Sunday Try one of our hot pies for 5c English Kitchen Bnttonck PatternsJ D Babbage Agent for Cloverport O T Sklllman went to Louisville Saturday to upend several lays Miss Delia Kyler of Hawesville is the guest of Miss Mary Sippel Warliold Collins and Miss Mary Sip pel spent Sunday in Hnrdinsburg Your fall hat will be a stylish one if purchased from Miss Judith Miller Robt Ball of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Katherine Moorman SundayMiss Clara Wingtield of Louisville is assisting Miss Juditn Miller the millinerMrs Mary J Allen loft yesterday morning for Setree Ky where she will reside I am confident that I can please you iin the way of headwearMiss Judith Miller For Rent Dwelling ou hill known as Jackson property Apply at Brecu enridge News office Please give me the pleasure of show ing you my fall stock of headwear Miss Judith Miller- T J Coenen of Coenen Bros of Mdrgantield and Earlington was in the city Friday on business My fall stock of elaborate headwear is at your command Your inspection of same will be welcom Miss Judith MillerJule Plummer Grand Exchequer K of Pof Newport was the guest of the local lodge at their meeting Monday night Mrs J E Keith went to Henderson Tnursdav to be at the bedside of her daughter Mrs W A Lusk who was ill last week out is much improved this week If you are undecided as to the style of hat you want for fall you should call on Miss Nettie Gregg In the rear of the Fair building She has many helpful suggestions Miss Nettie Gregg has opened mil linery parlors in the rear of the Fair building where she has an elabrate stock of fall and winter headwear She will be pleased to have yon call on herTheodore J Coenen representing Coenen Bros was in town last Thurs day figuring on some high grade dec orating to be done by some of our good citizens This firm consists of tnree nrothers all of whom served their apprenticeship before going into business Harry J manages their es tablishment at Morgantied Ky Eugene A has a similar place at Earlington Ky while Theo J has charge of all business out of town and has done work in every city of im portance throughout the State Within the last tow weeks they have decorat ed a Methodist church at Marion Bap tist church at Highland C P church ut Hargis and at present are frescoe lug Old School Presbyterian church at Stufgis Will be here in a few weeks Was Severely Injured Ed Prizzell of Cannelton a workman on the Spottsville bridge was badly in jured last week while unloading a car of lumber One of the timber struck him onthe nose completely crushing it Another fell upon his lejrcausiiig a compound fracture of that member The in jured mans wounds were dressed and he was taken to Letchers hospitalat Henderson Do her he do What see Resolutions of Respect We the members of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Irvington Methodist church submit the following resolutions Whereas a great bereavement has come to our dear friend rind cowor k er Mrs Nora Henderson Board in the death of her beloved husband Clarence A therefore be it Resolved That our t nderest sym pathies and heartfelt prayers are offer ed upon the altar of love in her be half and in that of the precious baby boy James Moran Resolved That we feel the sorrow that has come into her young life our own and while we sit with her in the shadow of this great grief with tender sympathetic hearty mangling our tears with hers as She mourns for the companionship of ner dear oneyet are we comforted by the solace of a religion that gives her submission peace and hope v rl Resolved That we will cpmmitti her and her precious baby ooy very tenderly to the sustaining grace 1bf God praying that he may give her comfort and that peace which pass eth understanding Resolved That a e py of this pre ambla and resolutions be sent to the family to the Breckenridge New and that they be spreaa upon our minutes Respectfully submitted Maggie B Chamberlain Ruth oGardnertI Lydia H Toby t STOP LOOKLISTEN WE do not employ any highsalaried clerks Wo pay no big house rent Wo do not stuff the Insurance Companies but the benefit of these savings go to our cus tamers in the price of the goods Wo can demonstrate to you in one minutes time that our prices are 25 per cent lower than any othci house in town and the goods arc just tho same in quality It is to the interest of every man to buy whole the bar gains are open for him every day and therefore you should visit us first Boys Pants made from wors ted the goods alone being worth the price per pair 50c Boys 3piece Suits consists of round cut sack coat vest and pants all neatly made 200 liens single Vests made from the best cashmere each 65c Mens Cashmere Pants the very best made at the price 125 The newest tiding in a Peek Ruff 150 Mens heavy duck Gloves per pail- 10c Mens lined and unlined working Gloves per pair 50c Our new Parisian Suspenders stitched leather ends su perior quality per pair 25c Mens heavy ribbed wool Sweaters in fancy stripes 75c Ladies Drawers laced trim med per pair25c Ladies ribbed Union Suits 35c Ladies Vests for fall and winter wear each20c Jens heavy fleeced lined Underwear 48c Ono cake of Soap and Thim ble combined 5- cBABBAGE SONC- LOVERPORT KY OVER THE COUNTY MM url Minion anl hr sister Mrs Anna Rooney of Henderson came up last week to visit relatives and friends at Kirk They are 73 and 71 years old respectively Both of them have reared large families They are strong vigorous che rful old women and it is a pleasure to melt them BornSet 8 to the wife of Sam Dlxa daughter Mr MF Johnson field representa tive Agricultural and Horticultural departments of Kentucky Exhibit As sedation says that Geo McCubbins quince orchard at Stephensport is one of the Jlargest and finest he has seen in the State Do be he do What see Dell Mattindy wife and children- of West View are the guests of Mr and Mrs J J Dver H C Murray was at Camp Young laatweeic the guest of his father lajir Gen Murray t 1a THIS REMEDY Is sure to GIVE SatisfactionElys Gives Relief al once It IIIIISS soothes mid heals th dis eased membrane Itcures Catiirrli and clrlvts lImy a CoUl CATARRHt HAY FEVER Intlirlleudqulekty ii 13 insurnrtl Ill uS I theSensesntIrnrgletsi ELY IllniTlillts WWiinniSt New Vrk Grand Lodge of Kentucky Free MasonsLouis- vllle October 2022 1903 i For this occasion rate of 245 for l tint round trip Cloverport to Louis I ville and retnrni will be MIllIe on October 1020 1008 good returning Out 22 Grand Lodge Kof P of Kentucky Lexington October 2729 For this occasion rate of fl35 for round trip Cloverport to Lexington return sell on Oct 5027 good return Ing Oct 30- Army Maneuvers West Point On this account rats of 185 for round trio to West Point and return will be made on Spt 27 to Oct 10 inclusive Tickets good only on date of sale Home seekers tickets to South West good 21 days f1740 for round trip from Cloverport on Oct 20 A Modern Caboose A caboose is being built at the L H St Lshops which is decidedly modern in point of its many improve nients over the old ones now used by this road Among other Improvements the caboose has four extra closAts and two long cushioned seats which will add greatly to the comfort of the men working on the freight trains Contemplating More Inprovements A large furnace has been installed in St Roses Catholic church which is one of tho most beautiful edifices in the county The next improvement to be made is the painting of the church Other modern improvements are being contemplated by the mem bers of the church I BEVLEYVILLEII Mrs V G Babbage was here sever al days last week Miss Mary Elston Hnrdaway is the guest of Mr and Mrs Cox Glen Snyder entertained a number of little friends to dinner Sunday Dr Walker continues his visits to his niece Mrs Maggie Fnnk who does not improve Mr and Mrs Jesse Dowell have a new inmate in their hearts and home a little girl arrived Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson dined with a few friends with his parents on his wedding day Quite i number of our people at tended the burial of Mr Clarence Board and Mr L A Foote at Irving tonMr HanlnwayItwo nephews who formerly lived near thereRobt Witt who has been working in Louisville a while was home a few days ago and called on his girl Sunday afternoon Dr ClarK of Irvington is doing great thiugi for the country by re hewing the sight of the older people He makes you see ns you did when you were in your teens Rev Hynes preached the funeral sermon of Mr Foote in the Methodist church at 11 a in The review of his lif and especially his Christian life was very impressive None of us who were present at the jubilee meet Irg two and a half years ago and witnessed his conversion will ever forget his talk and manner His as sociation with ns in all our church services has greatly endeared him to I us and we deeply lament the loss of his presence I Golden Rod Oelze I II ATTENTIONto t M clothesfItoo oJ ycace t1 iwI t t he taktcare cf L CR- IVs J ii k 11Un CS swtsr v uld ut en immense has just are vcd end Iis cur to will suit yvwr to toya too fwat a fir J ITi and r highest cue lilies most reasonable prirsj9 mK VLr 21 J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY A TRIBUTE TO MRS L P HOWARD Ily Col Forties Fordsvilie Ky Oct 12 1003 News To what tew of us who have now passed our three score years It is sad to think how few of tho companions and associates of our youthful days are now living and when we hear of the death of one that we have when we were in it brings to our that sorrow for the Ih ad which time cannot heal- In the News of October 7 I rend of the funeral of Mrs Laura P Howard who many ago was a resident of Cloverport During time years 185758 I boarded in Cloverport with Dick Rogers and one of his near neighbors was Isaac whose wife was a sister of Miss Laura and at that time Miss Laura was making her home with her sister Mrs Isaac Miss Laura was of slender form and very erect made her appear above the average height of the yonng ladies of tho com munity I say at this time that she was a member of the church but though always cheerful she ap to be a fair specimen of the Christian ladies of the com munity I was often with her at the social gatherings and though modest in her she was one of the leading spirits of the entertainment and commanded the respect of all at these festivities of the young of that time and now that she quit the walks of life let us all haRII that our Miss Laura of years ago is now in that Haven of Rest where the Christian spirit is in the home of the blessed RedeemerEdwin A M Robards of Powers Station was in town Saturday with a sample of tire clay found on his farm which he nad had burned at the Murray Roofing Tile Companys factory It is n good grade of tire clay and the deposit is sight feet on Mr Ron arils farm It is his intention to sell the day to the company if the deal can be made Already Two Selections The Cloverport brass band recently organized is getting tine and the members have already mastered two short selections They practice Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings of each week in the back room of the Masonic Temple basement W B Oelze Cloverport Ky Soils watches cheaper than any store in this country and guarantees each and every watch for one year from date of sale What morel W B Cioverport Ky Has the nicest line of jewelry ever shown in this section and his prices are more reas onable What else 1 W B Oelze Cloverport Ky Has the largest line of musical instruments ever shown in this section and prices are than over known before more I irlat tsSCiC mcrts gccd wit him beet assortment contain garment that totheOiher Vomen Misses Editor known young years hearts years Miller Porter Miller which cannot peared young manners people Porter thick Know Mechanic along lower What iojo T iiitt I Wart I I t7 7 7 volt UKNT FOIL ItENTThroe rooms and hall In cot Mrs Lucy Younger FOIL KENT COIt UKNTDwolllnicon lill known as the1 Jackson property Apply at lire kenridge News otllre iIfOIl SALE pOU SALR ClHmp If taken in one two- Iselllnasun1 Second street n lolnlni Dr MtMJrmHiisrtftltlpiioi lielunlir to Niwsum heirs For terms einiilroof l lr News m or K1 I lloyd 30B W Seventh utm t Owt nixjroI WANTED parsons to sulrrrl1 for Tilt ItHtXJKKNUIIKlB NKWH Ht M tKT year during this month Uctolwn I IfUniueiit BUlnerllitTM paying nrrunniet to date ittthe SII rule may pay ahead as many yours an they desire ut the MX1 rule JNO n ItAiinAOH lub- Clovurport Ky WILl EXCII G- RWILt exchange fruit tress or jmy cash for milch row W P Afiinv Clovurport Ky FOR SALE FOR SALRIarm of SAO acres tour miles lluwluyrllle five millS from Ills Spring ion the llunllnstmrjc uu l Mg Sprint road Largo twostory frame house In goad repair good burn crib etc fen es In good repair wood clsteruunhcdlingscringn Bowl stock water tobacco etc some stocK and farming Imple tuonts For further Information apply to II II Witt llewleyvlllf Ky or Hubert E Woods Loulsvlllu Ky WANTFDOLI KKTIIKUS MinilESTcash price paid for nil kinds of 1 old feathers Cull or drop postal to M Hamman ti Sun Cloverixjrt hy and they will cull and buy them FOR SALE 30head Shorthorn and Polled Dnrliam and hulfers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very tow They are nil first class animals 1 alsoI Iwve for sale 4 deep red younc 1olled Durham bulls 15 mouths old weight 1000 Ihs price 3o L Green Kails of HOUR Ky MONEYTO LOAN orLtoJNO 1 IIASWELL Ju Attorney at law llardlnsbure Ky Berkshire and B PIRocks FOR SALE Large English Ilerkshlre hugs Bud Itarrwl Plymouth Hock Chickens lleii Holt IWT47 430 llw usa yearling at liomlof herd ERRS In season AM Choirs White Seed Corn JOHN IP FOSTER NoCreuk Ohio Co Kv FOR SALE PHINTING Presses rand Cutting machines and one lot of goal Laundry machine Also new Mud secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnclnesJIAIlTlN GABLE 518 3rd Street LouUvllle Ky WANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOWL D AD DISON ADDISON KY f II Do he he doeWhat see The W B Oelze store Cloverport Ky Will be headquarters for holiday goods and the finest line of goods ever shown in this section will lho on display there flake this store your headquarters Engraving done without charge on articles puifhltsea here over onO dollar in mluej Dont forget the Old Fiddlers Contest on- OCTOBER 29 The W B Oelze store will be headquarters for this occasion 11 l he W B OELZE Jewelry and Music Store Cloverport Ky II MW W e t 1 0 0 0 or i e- Ij I i iThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1003 I FINEST BATTLE OF MANEUVERS j For Dash and Carnage the Last I Big Fight at West Point Excelled all Others I TEN THOUSAND PARTICIPATED II I Gnnip Young Howard Ky Oct 8 With the imuetus of opposing foot y ball eleven two equal armies wIth COOO men on n side came together to day on the Clamp Young maneuver Fgrounds and the din of battle raged for three mll s up and down Now the Blues drove the Browns from n chosen position now the reenfrced Drowns gained the ascendency in the tide of battle field guns belched their fire and E after spreading consternation in the ranks of the enemy were charged cap hired silenced and nrderea out of no tion by the umpires or too strongly intrenched to be taken by a charge they continued in action till the licit was won The umpires recall when It pene trated the crisp autumn air in the afternoon as the order to cease firing found the Blue forces doubled about tho Browns like a huge jack knife half closed and waiting but a touch to annihilate all that stood in its path The Browns like n well directed javelin laud peuentrattHl the middle of the Blue line and driven back the gunners from their central position but in concentrating ItS force the Brown army had weakened it Hanks and the close of the days battle found the Bltit whipped in the twiddle but vic torious at both ends For dash and carnage today the lut of the joint maneuvers excelled anything that had gone before The unties of advancing were cast to the winds and the interminable maneuver tag for position gave the way rush tho charge the eagerness for buttle to slush to kill to exterminate the enemy Caution of course was exercised The orders wore to attack the one my wherever he lurked and wherever he wm found on high or low ground under equal or unequal ooixlitioiiB The Sahe That Heals without living n scar is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel in applied to many salves but D Witts Witch Hazel solve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure vnadnl tornted Witch hazel If ny other Witch Heel Salve UI offered you it IH A oonutflffeit E C DeWitt invented Witch HRel1 Salve and DeWitts Witch Hdzle Salve is the bast salve iu the world for cute burns bruise tatter or blind blettdHg itching and pro truding piles Sold by all Druggists About Ready for Business The Cloverport Machine Foundry Company expects to be ready for busi nose the last part of this week or th first of next The companys plant west of town is practically completed The foundry will bo located in the northern end ot the main building and the oilice and machine shop in the southern end The cupola for the foundry will be erected outside the main building and just east of it DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyItr i cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney and bladder specialist and is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need IItt has been tested In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to purr chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a i sample bottle sent free by mall also a book t telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble I enerousIregular fifty cent and nomof swampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Pont make Bny mistake but remember tin name SwampHoot Dr 1lIInlers Swamp Root and the HddrosH Binghamton N Y on ovory bottle cxr LIVER TROUBLESI stood medicine for It er rt eAse pntSIOOwlthIclne I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver docs not net rog ularly go to your Irncrpif and secure a package of Thedfords Black Drau ht and take a dose tonight This great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bileThedfords Black Draught will clean o the bowels of Impurities and strengthen the kid A torpid liver invites cods biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sickness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Alack keptinI need Thedfordi Black Draught for liver and kidney complaint and found nothing to excel ItWILLIAM COFFMAN Mar blebead I- IITHEDFRD3 DLAU1 DRAUGHT Found Pearl Worth 500 William Elliott who has been fishing for mussels in the Ohio river near Leavenworth fifty miles below New Albany was so fortunate Tuesday as to find in a mussel he had dragged from the river a large pearl The gem was of perfect shape of fine color and Mr Elliott was offered f500 for it shortly after by a jeweler Tnousands of mussels have been taken from the Ohiojriver since the worK of fishing for them began a few months agoanct tnls is the first gem of any size that has been found although a number of small pearls varying in value from c5 to oOliHve been picked upLouis vine Herald C lg3TORtfln I IBeall the of IR folIO Yon lava disars Beegst duI rinssels as a Fertilizer At nIl the points along the Ohio where mussels are dragged from the river they are placed in vats when the I shellsIi mous heaps of mnssels have thus been piled up along the river banks and no use has been made of them It has been suggested that they bo used as a fertilizer but they have not yet been tried for that purpose Cottage Already Sold tv ork is being pushed On the Clover port Real Estate Improvement Com jwmys cottage on the oust side of the Reid lot J 11 Lewis contractor Allen Kingsbury has already bought the cottage and will move into it as socii as it is completed There is not an empty dwelling honso in town Rind the company sells its houses as fast us they can be built Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets1 cure a cold Inonuduy No Cure No Puy Irlrn fir Will Equip Bath Rooms Judson Coombs will remove his tonsorial parlors from his present loca tion on Main street to the buck room in Dr F L Lightfoots new office building about Oct 20 Mr Coombs will furnish two bath rooms with all moaern equiment including cold and lint water and they will be open to the public Accepts Position In St Louis Harry Board of Holt was In the city last Thursday before leaving for St Louis Mo to accept a position in that city as telegraph operator For some time he has had a line posi tion at Guthrie Ky He has many friends In this city and in Owenshoro who wish him success in his new posi tion Election for State Flower The Commercial Club of Louisville line received a request from a Louis ville florist for the organization to conduct an election with the children of Kentucky as voters for the selec tion of a State flower The club will probably decide to do this as Ken tacky has at present no State flower Paints Two Cottages Jas Witt has painted Con Sippela residence and Jno Burns cottage which is occupied by W J Matting ly Both houses are on the hill Morrison Gregory are painting U L Sippets store on Main street for Contractor S H McCracken 011 a I aJI PERSIMMON FLAT The Infant child of Thomas Hawk ins IR very ill lIr Irvin Ucann of Ilnrdhisbunr was In our miitt Sunday Mrs W A Tinlus was visiting her n other Saturday and Sunday N Miss Bessie Sherrmuof Tar Fork is visiting friends mid relatives here- J W White of Now Albany lad is visiting friends and relatives here Isaaore Poplmii of Cloveri ort was the guest of Mss Leona Hawkins Sunday Miss Allie Greenwood of Clover port was visiting her sister Mrs Sue Carter last week E S Blake of Reexport Ind line been visiting friends and relatives here fr the past week Mrs Addle Chapin has been visiting her sister Mrs E O Hawkins several days the past week Messrs Albert and Allen Elder of near Hardinsburg were ihe guests of the Misseo Deavin Sunday Misses Lillian Greenwood and Mary Carter have returned none from a pleasant visit in Meade county Mrs Robinson of Union StAr has been visiting her daughter Mrs Robert Buford for several weeks Misses Ella and Clara Mattingly of Cloverport were the guests of their brother Alton Mattingly Sunday Miss Melicla OBryan wro has been visiting her cousin Mrn Pat rick Greenwood returned to her home In Meade county Monday Miss Ruey Balltuan our esteemed school teacher returned to her home at Patesvllle Friday She was ac companied by tier friend Miss Halite Hawkins The following young people formed a merry crowd at the MUses Mat tingly Wednesday night Misses Jessie Sherran Myrtle and Carrie Beavin and Mary Carter and Messrs Gory OBryan rlohn and June Carter and Forest Sherran Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specie tic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi catty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Spec ficoSoon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back die appear Tho burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large botte at my store or by express Call cr write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Irvington Union Elects Tim Baptist Young Peoples Union at Irvington Rev J T Lewis pas tor has elected officers for the ensuing year They are as follows Miss L B McGlothlan president Mr Harry Kemper vicepresident Mire Cecil Spradlin secretary and treasurer Miss Mabel McGlothlan organist Baptist Argus L IL St L Wins Suit In court of appeals LH St L Rail way company vs CoonsFiled September 20 1003 Not to be reported Appealed from Dnviess circuit court Opinion of the court by Judge O Rear reversing judgment a v MINTONEINSTANTLY HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURBS Neuralgia CURES Nervous ness CURES Dizziness CURBS Nausea CURES Sleeplessness CURES quJct8thencIVC j BRILLIANT NUPTIALS Mr Charles J Marsh and Hiss Belle Bruce Boyd are Married In New York City Concerning the marriage of Miss Belle Bruce Uoyd formerly of this city and who lilts many friends here the New York Hernia of Oct 2 says Miss Belle Bruce Boyd daughter of Mr Henry Boyd was married to Mr Charles J Marsh last evening in the apartments of her hither iu the Hitel Marie Antionette The ceremo ny was performed in the red room which was profusely decorated with white roses limes of the valley und orchids set against a background of ferns and growing pHnts Miss Boyds only attendant was Madeline Kengla of Washington D U Mr Marshs best man was Mr Frank W Adams of Richmond Va The ushers were Messrs John Murray Frank Smith Charles Ban man andWalter Waldron The bridal gown was of white Chantilly lace with pearl and chiffon trimmings and the veil of tulle fastened with orange blossoms A shower boquet of orchids lillies of the valley and white roses was curried by the bride Mr and Mrs Marsh will spend a month traveling in Canada and New England before taking possession of their new home No 82U West End avenue A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worjt form mud felt miserable most nil the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodal Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured meMIs1V W Saylor Hilhard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bid breath sour risings in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodal Represents the natural juices of digestion combined with the great est Known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purities and sweetens the stomach Sold by all Druggists State W C T U Convention Lancaster Ky Oct 7 The State convention of the W C T nt which has been in seseion here four days adjourned this morning The follow- Ing State officers were elected Presi dent Mrs Frances Beauohnuip Lexington Vice President Mrs Mary W Bender Louisville Corresponding Sec retary Mrs Mary Balch Louisville Recording Secretary Mrs Nellie T Aruapigor Lexington Treasurer Mrs Lizzie Myall Paris The of lets of district secretaries were abolished county presidents taking their places The next convention will probably be held in Louisville The question was left unsettled temporarily FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Meirphis 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 H I McQUISE W R POWS Tr Puss Agent General Agent CINCINNATI 01110 Nee N fe e eeesHs N NI i I DOLLARS from LOUISVILLE To TEXASARK- ANSAS OKLAHOMA and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURNV- IA TilE POPUL- ARHenderson Route DATES OF SALE September 15 1903 October 20 1903 RETURN LIMIT 21 DAYS ASK US FOR INFORMATION E M WOMACK 0 L GARRETT City tussr Ant Traveling IassrARt L J IRWIN den Passenger Agent Louisville Ky jjt MnrjdJN ib OJdz Biliousness Causes Blind Feinting Spills 1 Cured with Three Bottles of DR THACHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP iMr 0 A Anderson Miicotte Fit having suffered from an acuto attack of biliousness whlllt had rendered him entirely until for work writes as follows of his condition and cure and recommends Dr Thachers Liver and Bloodll J Syrup to all who suitor similarly I II When I began taking Dr Thachera Llrer and Dlood Syrup I hail i blind tainting spolia wnlcb were very annoying and was not fit forrJ anything Sineo taking three bottles am perfectly well entlreiy free from mr former trouble and take pleasure In recommending your medicine every day This Is Just one Instance of how serious a simple case of biliousness may 7 become Do not neglect your condition until It Is as serious as Mr Anderson a That yellow tinge to your skin awful sick headache nausea had breath coatedr 4 tongue and dizziness already show that your system Is rapidly being poisoned e l with bile and that you needDr Thachers Tho WQoodandNaahhBloodd Syrup to arouse your liver and help it discharge the bile through tho proper channel It will purify the blood clear your skin and keep your head free from all fullness dizziness and pain Ask tour dealer for It 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address in the South and through tickets apply to ARKII I F W H RLOW D P A I e eeee e e N N NNe neee eeel e p NNNN N i 114 iiDAN BROOKS CO l Z LIVE STOCK ii COMMISSION HERCHANTS t I ii CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i Nee0NNNNNNNNa ONOONN NNNNNNZ- y I 1 n L CHRISTIAN JNO D BABBAdE J C NOLTE President Vice Prealdent Secretary and Treasurer a BOARD OF DIRECTORS M L CHKISTIAN ROY CRAWFORD P D PLANK JNO D HAnHAQE J C NOLTE V V V CLOVERPORT FFOUNDRY MACHINE GO INCORPORATED 11CLOVERPORT KY y A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work make Castings and any other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shoptt Will Open For Business About October 11- cd 1- i 1- l 1r a y 1Vr 7V ii i1 t The Breckenridge News 11 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 003 PIIELPS WALKER CHANGES n HIS PARTY AND TELLS WilY The News Is in receipt of the follow PhelpsWalkerBewleyville Ky Oct 3 1003 Mr l D Babbago Cloverport Kv Dear fcjHir Will you please publish in this 1 v weeks paper the enclosed typewritten copy 4 fRespectfullyfVi The typewritten copy is as fol lows Bewleyville Ky 1081003To my MeudelCounties After a deliberation of I many months and a conviction of soy eral years at the advice of my mytj open statemont iIn which I will reo t nonnce my allegience to the Re publican party and announce my in iI tentlon of supporting the Dem cratic ticket at the coming election and in the future I was reared oy Democratic parents but in the exercise of my judgment upon reaching niy majority I voted the Republican ticket I did I1this conscientiously with the light as I saw it believing that the Republi can party stood for what was best in this government Under the present National Administration however we see every department honeycombed with scandal and corruption we saw this in Cuba we see it in Porto Rico we Ste it in the Phillipines and in the Departments at Washington We see an imperious President dragging forth the negro question in the South which had been eliminated by Presi dent McKinley until it Is now more acute than at any time since the Re construction Hero in Kentucky we had a reign cf terror precipitated by the Republican party murder in the shadow of the State House fifteen hundred mountaineers brought to Frankfort by Caleb Powers and other leading Republicans the Legislature and the Appellate Court made to flee pardons granted to the supposed inure dererseverything done possible to pre vent the finding out of the guilty and to crown it alt the whole thing endors ed by a Republican State convention I can no longer vote with such a party nor do 1 see how any good citizen can Here in Breckenridge county the Demo rocrats have proven conclusively their capacity to better administer fiscal affairs than did the Republicans The truth is they are better business men and under their administration taxa f rtion has been lowered and will continue i to lower and in my judgment it 11will be many years before another Re publican will be elected in Brecken J ridge county On the whole I can no T longer vote the Republican ticket and iL i in the coming election I shall vote for I IIGovI Beckham and the Democratic II I and expect to see it triumph nutty elected Very Respectfully Phelps Walker The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Never la1 A out lie of droves Taitc les Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron und Qui PayPriceSOC 1 llDuysa Big Farm 1f Geo W Dodson a blacksmith and farmer of Don Juan Perry county I I lad will move to Breckenridge count fty with his family sometime this week t 188ff 425 acres in the northern part of this county near the Meade county line for wnich he is to pay 4800 One hundred acres of this land is int orchard and one hundred in fine tim ber j ii READ THIS n Louisville Ky June 13 1D01Dr j EW Hall St Louis MoDear Sir Since taking the agency for the sale of your kidney remedy Halls Great I Discovery a year ago we have sold several gross and have never heard a complaint about the remedy On the I other hand we have customers to praise the curative qualities of your prepara I tion every day and several remarka ble cures have been reported to us of parties that have been cured of kidney 1 trouble by taking one bottle of your I preparaI with your great remedy we beg to remainIVery respectfully T P TAYLOR K CO A TEXAS WONDER I One small bottle of the Texas Won r der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and nlpdder troubles removes gravelc ttcures diabetes seminal emission weakII and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad I der in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in caildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by I mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle months treatment and seldom fi fifails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box t 629 St Louts Mo Send for tesUI monlals Bld by all druggists Office I 9931 Olive atreetI 7 Municipal Ownership of Plant Tell City Ind Oct 7The coon oil has practically purchased the local electric companys light plant Several citizens have advanced the money a nd in return asked only 4 per cent inter est The city will ray 10700 for the plant but additional wires and mov ing the machinery into the water works station will cot about 425 maKing the total cost about 11225 Mr Schaefer will oversee the work of making changes anti will attend to the same without any additional expense to the city Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully in street dirt It is inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails anti when time air is ex chided the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known These germs miy be destroyed and all danger of locKjaw avoided by applying Onamberlaius Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pan Balm is antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injures to heal without maturation and in one third tho time required oy the usual treatment It Is for sale by Short Fiy nes Best Grade In The State Mr Robert Henning of the Pellville neighborhood in Hancock county was in the city on Tuesday with a wagon load of sorghum molasses Mr Hen ning is both n grower and a manufac turer of this kind of molasses und he declares that the Hancock county hill lands produce the best grade to be found in the state Mr Heuning had a jug of molasses along for sampling purposes undone of the local tasters who tried it amid who acquiesced at once in Mr Hennings claims was Col S L McAdams who formerly bought tobacco at Pellville and who know well the good quality of sweet produced thereOwensboro Messen ger CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Steel Nickels Circulated Pieces of steel in imitation of worn nickels have for several days past circulated freely in Owecsboro and hardily a tradesman has failed to get enoughat least for souvenirs Whence saute the Hood of spurious money is a mystery and none of the local trades men who tooK then seem to know who passed them The authorities are on tne lookout and the slick nicK els will perhaps not flow so freely hereafter Ow ensboro Messenger Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of WaKe Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num her of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got 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 rears If you want a reliable medi cine for Liver and Kianey trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed byShort A Haynes Onlv GOo WOLF CREEK Miss Ruth Wilfett Is on the sick list Edward II F tannery is 6t hinie for few days J L Owings icturned from Louisvil WednesdayRobert new residence is near ing completion Rev DeVault filled his regular ap pointment at this place last Sunday Misses Wyatt Lambert and Nellie Trent are visiting relatives in Louisville The Ladies Missionary Society me at the Baptist church Saturday after noon Miss Fannie Cunningham spent one night last week the guest of Miss Dorn 1lannery Mr and Mrs Thomas Owings and children spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Win Etherton Mr and Mrs Wm Cunningham spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr nnd Mrs Thomas Carter Miss Inez Pickett after spending soy oral weeks with Miss Wyatt Lambert returned to Covington last week Mrs Rebecca Smith and son Richard returned from Louisville last week where they have been visiting relatives Flanneryfterwcrtb the guests ol Miss Louise Elliott returned home Saturday night The party given by Miss Laura Ether eujoyble green and white and refreshments served in a most delightful manner JUDGES AND JURIES ALL GUESS AT TIlE TRUTH fly Mrs II n Orlnncll Let people who believe in prayer pray that those who have been sentenced for crimes never committed may slip through the fingers of injustice aud go into eternity without the help of the gallow and the black cap All hnmnn judges juries and witnesses have been but guessers at the truth and not for all the gold in the Government vaults nor nil the diamonds in Brazil would we stand in some individuals shoes and tnrrapius claws are slippery when compared to the grip of prejudice But every Gethsenmue has Its strengthening angels Time agony of the Garden brought them to Christ and they do come or the last misery that tyranny can inflict could not be borne One can shake hands with Hope but have sadlipped Patience and may nail it to the cross but God consents for belli id fate stands God and lie has plainly said Vengeance is Mine bruised nnd beaten to numbueis in this world by injustice but the eternal and unchanging God is over all Wearing the red livery of justice often betrays undue zeal for ven geauce and the sword of that justice needs no whetting One stroke cau do the work When we all meet at the Great Day our hearts may be new and sept clean of earthly hate but until thenunti- lthenLet the stars in their course fight against the unfortunate while strange inexplicable coincidences dragged down by the malice of men and the throttling grasp of circumstances Yes Godalone gives life and yet a tribunal consecrated priests of divine justice it should be too often fail to lay aside passion and prejudice and extinguish by a decision that sacred spark which only a Divine decree kindled andwe who have read and studied and given serious thought to circumstantial evidence know it has caused as much in nocent blood to flow as the great Indian JuggernautThe for the prosecution will tell you that every statement stnbs the victim afresh abstractedly and logically Facts do not lie but the inference de duced from what we believe to be facts sometimes surpass Ananias and Sapph iraPresumptive proof proceedH merely in opinion too often in this old world and direct proof is covered up by glittering sophistry which persuades one is more convincing and more satisfactory than any other kind of evidence until the prisoner may become a helpless prey and yet still be a guiltless victim of the law sitting in the ashes of dessolu tion condemned by circumstantial evidence of every known fact connected with an awful tragedy And to deny a frightful host of proofs has only to of fer a baresolemnly reiterated denial of guilt which we are told time nnd time again is as frail and brittle as glass be fore a tribunal with an array of accusing circumstances No matter how many links are missing in the chain of evi denceit goes lor the law should sur round a prisoner as with a coat of mail that only irrefragable proof of guilt should pierce In this strenuous age cne sometimes feels the need not exactly of a medi cine but of a rood common sense revitalizer and tonic Walthers Pep tonized Port Is just such a tonic The Port wine is a strengthener in itself and the pepsin by aiding di gestion enables one to get the maxi mum amount of strength from ones foodIt strengthens in a natural way not by whipping the organs into a forced activity not by creating a false feeling of strength through nerve stimulation but by actually giving real strength Small size 50 cents large size 1 CO For sale by A R Fisher Aunt Louise Uent Dead Aunt Louise Dent a venerable and good colored woman dim at her home in the east end and was burin1 last week She left two daughters Susan and Polls a NOT V ROGERS OPOTBDT Rogers Bros If tbe Trade mark that appears on the old original brand of Knives Forks and Spoons There are many Imitation 1847 la identifying mark- ofthegenulnewhicimare014 by leading dealers Send to bookletNo i ILCWdtltlUlo THE INTERNATIONALSILVER Malden Conn BU yaQQ W NWMixowBEAVTim Polkof famous physician speaking of health beauty and good figure many women have not to take up outdoor sports many lack the active physical exertion cares office work they languid tired wornout so common to their Some women have duties bells only minutes of day to at first and drains and faint and dizzy should take to rect these faults Nothing could be better than a which Dr R V used in his large practice for many years in the diseases of women This Favorite of Dr Pierce has had an immense sale for the past years because of its uniform success in cure of womens diseases and because of many thousand women who have attested to its merit Being made entirely of extracts of roots and herbs without alcohol it is perfectly harmless to most delicate system and best readytohandremedy in market ttTo insure perfect health every tissue bone nerve tendon or muscle should take from the blood certain materials for its growth Every organ must have its period of activity and of so to circulate vital fluid in a proper manner to nourish every part This is why I believe in advising every woman to take gentle exercise out of doors or indoors If the functions are not regular or pains are severe then she should at a reliable remedy Mrs A YEA of Rockland New Brunswick said time I wrote to Dr R Pierce of Buffalo Y and got his advice for which I ever been thankful I began taking Favorite Prescription right away as he advised makes me sleep Mrs O O SCRIPTURE of Pivscott Arizona I doctored for several years got better until I began taking the Prescription Now I can stand on my feet and work hard all I feel that life is worth living and shall always recommend Dr Pierces medicines ADVICE TO MARRIED WOMEN You should havo good modlcal book that tells you abouttho over 1000 pages A copy pmporcovorcd bo obtained absolutely FREE by tending 21 onocontto cover cost of mailing ONLY If French cloth Will Locate in the West I Mr and Mrs Alfred Toblns port have sold their farm of sixteen acres to Willis Ryan for 1200 am will leave in about week for Lindsay Indian Territory where Mrs Polk has brother in business To Cure A Cold In One Day AlldrucurETHE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits at follows 5 per cent year 4 per cent 6 months Send us check and in we will Issue Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for art RortbIrd Opposite Court Mouse i B II POINDEXTER Cashier I HOTEL 1 Ky PIKE Mgr rY3r 3 h To Perfect Figure A in a In my experience American the strength for household or feel and by the weaknesses sex household personsIdevoting ten the it beingisgirlortheweakening backacheperhaps spellsthen she something medicinally cor prescription Pierceftt Prescription thirtysix the the the the the nourishment and rest as the the once use DEL theleftV N have It well FavoritePrescriptionsaid donefori no day a andAnatomymay Ilfcenta a one a return a all they j s said FARMING IN THE SOUTH The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Kallroud Company Is Issuing monthly1 circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable stock raising diilrylng etetn thogardening Kentucky Vei t Tennessee Miss issippi and Louisiana Every Karrrtr or Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will bo mailed tree Circulars No I 2 34 and 5 and others as they are published from month to month I P W HARLOW D P A LouUvllle Ky REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas ity to points in Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars and for singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars oN10N11o11NO1o i11o i M H GABBERT i of Elizabethtown Ky iDISTRICT AGENT FOR i HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK i THE LARGEST COHPANV IN THE WORLD f= This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO I iiINSURANCE giving the most liberalcontract on farm and- town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss i Prompt given to any matters that may como up i iiJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky iiI+ 644 ++ + ++ + + 11111N111111010011N1111 t JF + THE Fifth Avenue Louisville CAMPBELL r3r 3r SRr7 Your inclination homeseekers attention mIThe most centrally located and only ft firstclass hotel In the city making a A 8200 rateJOnly one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatresJj Street cars pass the door to all parts t of the city- Everything 1 neat and clean t 7h Farmers I Our want column is a seller of farm products If you have catttle horses bogs sheep or any kind of stock or produce to sell and want to get good prices just advertise in the want column of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouUville Ky January i toes M EAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Havine examined your Meat and Malt preparation and hems thoroughly acquainted with tu composition and mode ol manufacture I GIn state that it is an efficient nerve and blood took It excite the Invigorates digestion and U upeclally beneficial in nervous prostmlon and all duuKs attinded with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Fharmacy sfETS MALT eG iou rVo Ky GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and Insurancej = Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot ling estates All collections roas jnable Cloverport Kentucky Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous less headache constipation bad breath ofheures Indigestion This new discovery repre theyezisthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive iropertles Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublesby lInlnlheMr S S Ball of Rivennraod W Va uyiI was troubled with sour stomach for twenty yesra mllytrKodol Digests What You Eat lottla cob tr11lIzereparod by EO DeWlTT as CO OHIOAQO Bold by all Druggist ab J5 Sl s if I ley j1 j =fI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 41 1003 HARDINSBURG Vlu Robertson has had the livery table painted O O Pile of Mook was in the j 01 ty last Friday W H Bwomerof Cloverport was in town Monday Born To the wife of John A Brown Oct Oa boy Col Lafe Green of Falls of Rough was tin town Monday Squire Chas H Drury of Bewley ville was here last Monday Dr John E Kincheloe was in Louis vile several days of last week Joel H 1ile is touching school for Tom Moore who isont canvassing Miss Clara Heston is visiting Mr and Mrs R L McUuffln in Louis villa Miss Ada Henderson of Webster is visiting Mr and Mrs Amon M Km oheloe Claude Mercer of Pueblo Col is here visiting his father Judge N McC Mercer- G B Cunningham and Clint Bro ffv die of Chenault are visiting relatives here this week i Mr and Mrs Unas Scott spent several S days of last week in Louisville and West Point Rev Moore of Asheville N C preached at the Baptist church last I Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Chas L Beard attended the funeral of Clarence Board at Irvington Thursday Squire Jno W Hultz of MoDauiel 1 1was the guest of Rev and Mrs W t vliekt of Owensboro I parelJtsIThe Rev W F Hogard returned I home from Conference last week He t is the pastor were tor another year Dr and Mrs F L Lluhtfoot of 1 Cloverpoit were the guests of Mr I I and Mrs Herbert M BearJ Thurs I I dayMiss Mnnne White and James R j I Skillman of Ciovurport wero guests of Mr unit Mrs 11 H Beard lastI Thursday Clmenoe B Haswelllwill add anoth er story to his residence on LouisvilleI street Bslcridge HOOK tf Board have the contract The Fiscal Court was In session only j two days last week The allowance of claims was the chief business before the court Sergeant Ringwaldt of the U S army has opened H recruiting station here for the purpose of enlisting sol diem for the regular army The Ladies Aid Society served lunch in the court house yard in a tent Monday The proceeds go to tho erection of tho new church James Uorthum of Lsltohfleld JIM IL Hlrillman of Oweuaboro and V G BiiWwge of Cloverport are among the visiting attorneys attending court B F Beard left Monday to attend the National Bankers Association to ba held at San Francisco He was accompanied bv his niece Miss Eva L HensleyMr Mr Villard X Kincheloe hive moved to Louisville where they will residrt in the future Mr Kin uheloe has a responsible position with tine Cumberland Telegraph and Tele phone Co t M H Uons excursion to Louis i f f11I scheduled for lat Saturday was oil on account of the movement of the soldiers from West Point The railroad company could not furnish the necessary coaches The Pitman Concert Co will be at the City Hall on Thursday and Friday evenings October 15 and 10 They come highly recommended and you toile not spend two evenings more pleasantly than with them Seats are now on sale at Klncheloes drng storet My Lungs U An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough My friends said I had consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it curedpromptlyA Nokomis Ill You forgot to buy a bot tle of Aycrs Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on so you let it run along Even now with all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall backon Tkrtt iliti 1U SOc tl1 All druggists Couiult your doctor If he I yi take It then do a he says It he tell you not to take It then dont take It He knowi Leanlt wnh him We are willing- J O AYER CO Lowell Mass tiKi qtAi iiJ J ONE OF COUNTYS BESTt KNOWN CITIZENS DEAD Squire L A Foote oje of the best known citizens of Breckenridge coun ty died Thursday afternoon of partial paralysis at the old Foote homesteaa near Bewleyville About three years ago Mr Foote suffered a light stroke of paralysis ana since then he has sus tamed several strokes the last being about two weeks ago Ho gradually sunk after the last stroke and was not expected to live Saturday morning at 11 oclock the funeral services were conducted at the Bewleyville Methodist church by Rev W A Hynes the pastor The Bewleyville lodge of Masons then took charge of the body and the in terment was in the Irvington cemete ry The funeral was largely attended Mr Foote was born in 1831 He was a son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Foote of Virginia who came to Kentucky and settled near Bewleyville when he was a young child His mother died when he was young and he lived on the old place with his father until he passed away In 1834 he married a Miss Sue Stuart of Breckenridge county who survives him A tone time Mr Foote was a tobac comet and merchant but engaged principally in stock raising and farming He Will a staunch Democrat and took much Interest in politics espec ially during the middle part of his life For a number of years he was magistrate of the Bewleyville district and once served on the State Board of Equalization Ah nit three years HoN D C MOOUMAX The votiT+ of BrpdcHiridjro county will do well by electing on November lTIlniIanueI State Lfgicliituie ti r u hick place be is a iHiiniiioi Mliject to the action of the Democratic put He will do the county an lonnr DOCTORS BLUNDERS VImt IcRal Mcllinclx Applied Io Mod lcl 1ructlvt Would Uncover hOW that 1 nm through with medi clue I Ieta speak of the profession In a ishion that I would not If I was still In the practice said a gontlouitin who has brew known as a successful physl chn In New York for years us he sat nt lutiLlifon In the Lawyers club Of tours I dont cure to have my name mentioned for I have lots of good friends In the profession but the fact Is that tho profession of modlclne would be nearly ruined If It had to be con ductedI as you gentlemen of the bar practice your culling We have a great advantage over you for you In your cases are subject ed to the oxtreniest publicity while we In our case lone the utmost conceal meat Just suppose that in our cases we lied a Judge who know as touch as or more than we did presiding over our actions and worse than that had another physician whose interests wero not ours vntchlng and criticising us at every step and blazoning every er ror that we made Dear me such a prospect as that would frighten the best physician who ever lived tho mo went ho entered a sick room and yet that condition Is just what you men of the law have to face in every case that you try What sort of a figure would a lawyer cut floundering around III court without any knowledge of his case Hut a physician can tlounder mentally in a sick moat without a second person IHng the wiser though the patient ulty suffer but then dead men tell no tales Under such circumstances of doubt IJhysdUll the patients stomach go to Ills oIHco decide what pine of experiment he will follow return the next dny hoping to find that nature is working the earn that he doesnt know how to effect and being ready and willing to take all of the credit that comes his way Why the very first timing that nurses are taught is to observe time utmost se crecy about doctors blunders If they told what they know there wouldnt be much confidence in physicians where they are heard Ask a nurse of expe deuce about this when you hare the opportunityYes I repeat that tine publicity nnd chance for criticism In your profession If applied to medicine would result in the discovery of a small amount of science as compared with the large amount of empiricism New Yor herald f rJ tfJM ago he united with the Bewleyville M E church South and has been an unusually active Christian and Sundayschool worker Besides a wife Mr Foofe is surviv eo by nil of his children who ate as follows Edwin Foote of Owensboro Dr P W Foote of Irvington Mts V G Babbage of this city Mrs R V Board of near Houston Texas Mrs McRoss and Gerard and Wallace Foote of Bewleyville Mrs L A Foote is seventyone years old Dr Virginlus Foote who died in Meade county about twelve years ago was his brother He had a brother Uer ard killed in battle at Franklin Tenn His only sister was Mrs John A Anderson wife of Jim A Ander son who was H Repu blican member of Congress from the state of Kansas The late Junius B A lexander banker of New York City was his own uncle His mothers slitter lives in Owensboro 11Wl1tklnsWoolfolK nil of Owensboro are hs first cousins Mr Foote was known by everybody in Breckenridge county and had hun dreds of friends who mourn his death No word said in his praise would go amiss Mrs H B Grlnnell of Brandenburg in writing of this good man says For sometime Mr Foote had been ready and prepared to go and was only patiently biding nis time He was a bright talented mar warmhearted and everyone wAs fond of him Resolutions of Respect Inasmuch as death has entered in and taken from us our esteemed friend and associate Clarence H Board WP the directors of the First State Bank of Irvington deem it fitting to offer the followng resolutions 1 Though we in our unman judg ment feel that this death is untimely and we are reminded thereby tnat in the midst of life we are in death yet we doubt not the wisdom of an Almighty Providence for we know lull well that He who rules tho waves and holds the stars in place and taxes note of the sparrow can make no mis take 2 By this death we have sustained a loss which can not be easily repair ed have suffered a wound wbifm only time can heal have lost a true friend a good citizen a substantial business man one who was ever generous ever faithful to duty and whose endeavor was to wrong no man o That we extend to the bereaved wife assurance of our sympathy and tender to her our Resistance as friends and business associates of her hus band 4 We submit n copy of these solu tions for publication and order a copy tiled among our record W J Pipgott S John R Wimp R M Jolly D C Heron H H Keniper Tom Moore of McDauUls was in town yesterday C W Hammons condition is steadily Improving this week Have n heart that never hardens a temper that mver tires and n touch that never hurts Charles Dlckeas FRUITS AND FLOWERS It never Injures an orchard to ma nuro it- Judlclav3 annual pruning is essential with tine peach Low Mended trees resist the wind better and the fruit Is more easily picked In grafting a large tree it is best not to try to graft the whole tree in one season Budding on certain slow growing and somewhat Incongruous stock is the best way of dwarfing- In most cases the cause of moss ap pearing on tho stems of applo and other fruit trees is wet cold undralned land The soli for roses should bo rich and of such tenacity that It will hold to other when pressed Sand and clay mixed Is good rAll wood that is more than two years od should be cut out from the currants and gooseberries They will produce more fruit oven if tho vines are not so large An Economical Mother Small Katherine who had been for bidden to touch the ink bottle had ac cidentally spilled its contents not only all over her mothers desk but on the rug several chairs and her own apron Her mother on discovering the state of affairs bad expressed more surprise than pleasure When tho father of the family returned at night his little daughter met him at tho door and askedPapa how much does a bottle of ink costOh about 5 cents Five cents I exclaimed the aggrieved youngster In a tone of deep disgust And to think that mamma would make all that fuss about one little bot tie of inkrLlpplncotti fluJJrui H4 iIi i1 c FALL OPENING TT- t rm f Here we are again greeting our many friends and customers with the largest stock of Dry GoodsNotions Clothing FurnishingsGroceries Hardware You our You that are f and the so come and see us We and sell and us more to in our and to our 1 Mrs Clark was in the city shopping Friday Miss Lizzie Fisher is with Miss Mary Henry Clarence Penlckof Louisvllleis here visiting relatives 2 T J Adkisson and family spent Sunday in New Albany Mrs Charlie Chamberlain spent Sunday with a sick friend in Clover portMr Dry and Edgar Lewis were guests nt Summer Seat many days last weekMrs Brown Helm of Stephensport carne up to attend the funeral of Mary Major Mrs Hugh Connelly nee Nellie Henderson is here from her home in the South T N McGlothlan Will Gardner and JR Wimp will serve on the Pettit Jury this week lilts Tom Brodie of Chrnnult was here this week to see her aunt Mrs T N McUlothlan Mrs Baynes and Mrs Short of Cloverport were the guests of Mrs Henry Davis for several days Miss Ruth Haynes one of Clover ports handsome girls was with Miss Eva Herndon for a orlef visit Joe Falloii and friend Mr B hen were here last week enjoying the society of some of our young misses gaestlofMr Pusey is expected in a few days Misses Essie Biggs and Mabel Mo Glothlan went to btephensport Sunday to near the Rev U H Thomas Claycomb has a position offered him in a hardware store in New York City and he will leave shortly to fill it We are glad to welcome Mr and Mrs John Frakes in our vicinity They have purchased and moved into the Peaks Place Miss Enla Payne leaves shortly for Chicago to attend school Eula is one of our swetetst girls and we will miss her very much Miss Herndon leaves today Monday to join a house party given by Mrs Lon Robards at her beautiful country home in Robards Bottom Miss Eva Hensley was here Sunday onroute to the Bankers Convention in California as the guest of her good uncle Franklin Beard Mrs Nannie Wathen ha returned to Louisville for a snort visit and will then go to Indianapolis to see her sister Airs Rube N Miller Among those who went from here to see the maneuvers nt West Point were Messrs tiiin Carden J R Wimp Col Bate Washington T N McGlpthian WJ Piggott Edgar Lewis and Mr Drury Mrs Kute Bennett Missea L B and Among those from a distance who II TinwareHats Caps Boots Shoes t Furniture Saddlery know prices know they right always lowest buy right right nothing gives 4 pleasure than work business please customers H MEYER BIG SPRING t IRVINGTON preachWallace EyaMcGloffaian lJtto M rwM tt t TooSlow I t If a man misses a train because his watch is tooslow0 he should make the acquaintance of our work shop at once It may need cleaning If you will bring your watches to us we will do your work promptly and guarantee satis faction j Lewis Sc BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURQ KY I came to pay a last tribute of love and respect tJ their relative and friend Mr Clarence Board were Mr and Mrs RN Hudson Cloverport Mrs Payton Henderson and daughter Olive Nannie Wathen Mary Alexan der Brandenburg Mrs Charlie Beard Mrs Gardner Amon Kincheloe Ken nip Board Hardinsbnrg Buys Residence in Town L V Chapin has bought the resi dence on Murray avenue formerly occupied by Price Graham from R L Newsom Consideration 900 Mr Chapin who resides several miles out from this city on the Har dinsbnrg and Cloverport turnpike will move to town and occupy the property rDo het he do What see Their Infant Child Dead Held over from last week The infant child of Mr and Mrs Herbert M Beard William Miller of Hnrdinsbnrg died on Friday Oct 2 The funeral was conducted from the M E church and the interment was in the Hardiusbnrg cemetery The sorrowing parents have the sin cere sympathy of the entire community i in this their sad bereavement 125 to Evansville and Return Special trian will be run to Evansville and retrun Sunday Oct 18 leav returningleavesfor the round trip Claude Hill of Howard Park Ind has the position of stenographer In R N Hudsons office 4nvrr Auother Opportunity for Homeseekers torrfKomeseek The Frisco System again announces that it will sell tickets from St Louts I and Kansas City to points in Oklahoma Indian Territory Kansas and Texas at the very low roundtrip rate of 1500t 4dwest j lands upExcursion I lylowany f Frisco regular trains leaving St Louisll at 230 p m 835 p m and iO00 p m October 20and leaving Kansas City 715 pm and 1130 pm on the same date If you are looking to the Southwest for a future homo this excursion of October 20th is an excellent opportunity to in jTestigato the country Your own hone ticket agent will be able to give you full information as to ticketsWilte booklet eu FriscoeSystmtailea information to R S Lennon Sec l dl1l tLouisI t Will Draw a Big Crowd The Old Fiddlers Contest to be giv sea In this city Thursday Oct 20 will willdrawfirst- event of the kind Iandandtol port A 0 U W lodge who are the jpromoters are sparing no pains jtq make itan enjoyable affair and a ILwillcon entrleato 7teata- V