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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rfl + r j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS a ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTJI1 Kj VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER 21 1903 8 Pages NO 14 II JJ600D WOMEN PASS AWAYM- iss k Ruth Willett One of Meades Leading Teachers Answers Last Summons r I DEATH OF MRS JANE SMITH Brandenburg KT Oct 20Spec- labThe sad news of Miss Ruth Will Belts death was received here Sunday J morning She had passed away at 8 oclock Miss Willett was a daughter of the Baptist minister Rev John Willett of Wolf Creek Her brother Richardw is Circuit ClerK of Meade county His home H in Brandenburg and she is well known here as she had frequent ly visited him The deceased was a bright sweet and Intelligent young lady and one of the leading teachers of Meade county She closed her school at Paynesville three weeks ago and went to her fathers where she was quite sick but the case was not considered serious until a few days ago Many friends throughout the coun ty sympathize with the bereaved fam ily Christian Woman Dead Brandenburg Ky Oct 20Spe- cialThe Illness of Mr Jane Smith has been mentioned several times in the News Un last Tuesday night Oct IB she quietly passed over to a reward well deserved Mrs Smith was a Miss Woolfolk sister of Judge J F Woolfolk her u 1I only surviving brother When very a r young she was united in marriage to Cal Richardson Her second mar riage was to Robt Smith She was born and lived her entire life of sixty lilieight years In Meade county The deceased wai a devout consistent member of the Baptist church She professed nothing she did not practice Each and every day she 1proved her loyalty to her Heavenly I Father She like all mortals since the fall of Adam had her share of 1 1I trouble and sorrow but patience sub mission resignation were strong holds to tide them over As a mother she all that sacred word embodies As 11was she was loving and Be it said to the honor of Jher children none could have more attentive Mrs Smith died at the residence of her son D S Richard son who with two daughters Mrs R H Nevitt and Mrs Jas Smith survive her The funeral services were conducted by the Rev J L Hart in a most impressive manner at the church The flowers were beau tiful The interment was in the BruuUeuburg cemetery I DruggistIBrandenburg Ky Oct 20Speo lalWm M Ditto has secured the service of Mr Wm McCarty trom tt Owensboro to take the place of Chas r Casperke resigned Mr McCarty 7 is a registered druggist and has been t r in the drug bnoiness for a number of c years He comes highly recommended His wife and children will joinl him later l lBoyKilled by Train Owensboro Ky Oct 18 Harrison Lemmpns the tenyearold son of Calvin W lemmons was crushed to death by a Hqndcrson Ronte freight traIn this itternoon The boy was hanging on the step of a box cur and he lost his hold and fell under th wheels His head and both lgs were out entirely oil The mangled body was taken to the home cf his parents on Sweeney street t In Helpless Condition It Brandenburg Ky Oct 20Speo ialDan Wright a worthy colored man of this vicinity who was stricken with paralysis has since been con tined to the house His speech is very much effected and he is in a helpless condition His good wife Aunt Belle has the sympathy of every one i Buy New Cottage Alonzo Fallon add sons haver bought the cottage being built on the 111waet side of the Reid lot by Wm Per kips for the Cloverport Real Estat- and I Improvement Company Mrs C T Sutton Dead Mrs C T Sutton wire of Mr Cicero T Sutton editor of the Owens boro Enquirer died at her home iu Owensboro last Saturday evening of consumption The funeral services were conducted by Rev E P Jones Monday morning Interment was at ElmwoodMrs was formerly a Miss Montague and was married to Mr C T Sutton March 22 1W3 At the time of her death she was a member of the First Baptist church She leaves her husband and three daugh ters Misses Ara Mary and Ellen roar brothers C C Montague J S Montague of Henderson and W C and E S Montague of Eureka Col also survive Mr and Mrs Sutton lived in Cloverport in the eighties and are well remembered here Mr Sutton was on the editorial staff of the Breckenridge Ne ws when they resided in this city Railroad Notes The Henderson Route has just put into service two new coaches equipped with reclining chairs One of the cars made its first run Monday night Both will be used on the night rains They are np to date in every respect and were made expressly for the Hen aerson Route A verdict for the defendant was returned by the jury in the case in circuit court at Owensboro Monday S of A H Freel administrator against the Henderson Route Mr Freel brought suit for 10000 damages for the death of Minnie Ratcliffe a child J which was run over by a train at I Mattingly station several months ago At The Tile Factory The Murray Roofiing Tile Company has received 20000 car pallets from a MichIgan factory One piece of til ing is placed on a pallet when the oars are in the dry house The big water tank has been removed from the east side of the factory to the west- side and a new brick foundation hna been erected Near the factory a large clay bhed will be erected The excavations for the road leading under the shed are being made The clay will be hauled from the clay hole to the pug mill in dump carts Over the County Gto W Meador of Hardmsbnrg has joined the regular army and left last Monday for Columbus Ohio where he will be stationed for the I presenttt Sam Dix sold six head of yearling mules Monday to W Lowery Smith of Lewisport for 480 Lon Rhodes sold a suckling mule to Jack Harrington for the handsome sum of 100 This is one of the best sales ever made in the county for a suckling Will Beautify Ibis Property C W F May of Shrevesport La is having a number of improvements made on the lot on the west side of Chas Mays residence which he re cently purchased The brick founda tions of the old SkillmanMoorman warehouse which was destroyed by the fire of 1001 have been leveled and the lot will be graded and shade trees placed around it Chas May is superintending the work Last Troops Leave Three trains bearing troops from Missouri and their horses passed over the Henderson Route last Friday evening enroute to their home stations They were the last troops to leave West Point The two compa ales now at Lamp Young will remain there about a month to repair private dure ling the maneuvers Mr Owens New Home Eugene Kingsbnry is building a dwelling house for Ferd Owen at Jolly Station Ed Whitehead is doing the plasteringThis the third house Mr Kings bury has built for Mr Owen on th same foundation The last two were destroyed by fire Will b2 H2ld at Tobinsp ort The Farmers Institute of Perry county Ind will be held at Tobinu port on Friday and Saturday Dec 4 and 5 Arrangements are being perfected to make it a meeting of interest and instruction such as the countey have been RETURNED 61 INDICTMENTS Grand Jury at County Seat Goes After the Law Breakers With Heavy Hand CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS Hardinsburg Ky Oct 20 Special The following are Circuit Court pro ceedlngs for the first week The cases of Dr A M Kincheloe Dr P W Foote and Dr T M Walker against the county for medical ser vices rendered small pox patients were compromised by the county agreeing to pay them sixty per cent pf the several amounts claimed In the action of McH Dowell vs Alfred Hawkins etc the report of sale was confirmed and the case continued until the next term of court An agreed order was entered in F W Bates etc vs Columbia Finance and Trust Co directing the sale of the Tar Springs property no bid to be received for less than 3GOO The petit jury for thio term are E Basham John Furrow Joe F Parsons Jno B Butler F F Dean John Wimp J B Ricketts Milt Squires T N McGlothlan M C DeJernotte Eli Chapin Marion Bo hey Henry B Head J L Gray John Stinnett John Alexander J C Mattingly Nelson Claycomb It B Pierce Wm A Jolly David Driskell Wm Carman Julius tut chite and John H Elder Thp prosecution against Joe Jackson who was charged with horse stealing was tried Tuesday and the defendant t acquitted R B Pierce was the foreI man of the jury There have been six divorces granted at this term James Salmon Lewis Rankin and Charles Salmon were each fined 20II for gaming The case of Soloman Shellman vs WI E Brown was transferred from the ordinary to the Equity docuet and continuedThe in the cass of Marcella Robertson vs Eugene robert son moved the court to require the plaintiff to give bond which motion the Judge sustained and she was given until the first day of the next term to execute bond In the case of John Hall vs J G Harris etc the defendants moved to require the plaintiff be being a non resident to execute bond for cost by the first day of the next February term Said motion was sustaind The suits for damages against the L H St L Ry by Bion Jollys Executrix Peyton Scotts administra tor and T M Board were continued until next term Larcus Cecil a negro Dyy about SO years old was convicted of striking another with intent to kill ape sen tenced to one year in the penitentia ry He is the only one to go to the penitentiary as a result of trials at this term The action of Clyae Carwile against the L H St L Ry Co was com promised by the railway company paying 50 for killing Mr Carwiles I horseIn thu prosecution against None Raymer charged with shooting anoth er in sudden heat and passion the proof tended to show that it was accidental and he was acquitted by toe jury Henry B Head was the foreman of the jury The Grand Jury returned sixtyone indictments considerably more than have been returned at any term for years Two are for false swearing one for hog stealing several for gain Ins three for cnrrving a concealed dead ly weapon and most of the others ar 0 for violating tne laws in regard t intoxicating liquors Six against Billy Fnliwood and fourteen against the Louisville and Evansville Packs Co were returnea for violations o lawseThe Grand Jury was finally discharg ed on Saturday afternoon tbey having completed their investigations The damage suit of F W Hall against the L H St L Ry Co iis set tor trial on the tenth day of the term next Thursday It is expected that it will consume three days of the term in the trial of the case Court will in all probability last until next Tuesday October 27 aJ there are four jury cases set for trial on October 20 v FINISHES CANNING TOMATOES The Yolk Packing Companys facto ry practically finishes canning tomatoes this week Several hundred more busnels may be delivered at the factory by the farmers but the machinery in the plant will now be used for canning apples several carloads of which have been bought by the com pany at points along the Henderson Route and from farmers in this vicin ity A few carloads of tomatoes from the main factory at Greenwood Ind have been canned at tne blanch factory here Tne local fact iry began operations on August 0 and has put up about 180000 cans Severn car loads of the canned goods have been shipped to different cities to fill orders received at Greenwood A number of local orders also have been filled The contracts between the company add the farmers for next years crop which will include tomatoes corn apples pumpkin strawberries peach es and other fruits will be made the first of next year J D Powers Injured Joshua D Powers president of the United States Trust Company WIISI severely injured lu a railroad accident at Reno Nov Saturday afternoon Mr Powers was on the special train carrying several hundred bankers to the National Convention at San Francicso The train brokelnto two parts near the Reno depot while Mr Power was in the act of stepping from one coach to another as they parted He was thrown between the cars but retained his presence of mind and rolled off the truck in time to avoid the wheels of tne coach His left leg was cut painfully two nbs were fracturd and his right shoulder dislocated His escape from death was narrow Frank Beard and Miss Eva Hensley of Hadinsburg were among those on the train Brief Notes From The Burg Hardinsburg Ky Oct 20 Spec ialThe Pitman Concert Company gave two entertainments here on the evenings of Thursday and Friday last week Fair sized audiences were present on both occasions The violinists wan especially good A meeeting of the Democratic Coun ty Committee was held here Monday Mrs Bliss wife of exUovernor Bliss of Michigan delivered a very fine lecture on Home Missions at the M E church on Monday evenlugMrc Bliss was entertained by Dr and Mr AM Kincheloe during her stay in the city The Central Stock Yards Dan Brooks was down at Fordsville last Saturday in the interest of his new house Dan Brooks Co which is now located in the new Central Stock yards Mr Brooks says he ha better facilities for handling stock at the new yards that they are equipped in every way and It is much more satisfactory to the trade H I desires all of his old friends to remember him and consign their stock tcI him at the Central yards Shilo Spelling Match Union Star Oct 20 Special Several from here attended an old fashioned spelling match at Shilo Fri day night A number of teachers fro different districts were present an took part Mr Grover Severs and Mr Amandns Biddle were the leaders Mr Severs side being victorious Big Lot of Ties J D Seaton of this place and Sam Cooper of HaweHville haveI about 10000 ties stored on the eastern bank of Clover creek near the mouth of the stream The ties are for the Moss Tie Company of Evansville They were made in the woods south 0of this citv StonetJ E Keith Son have just receiv fed the largest car ot stone ever brought to Cloverport 400 cubic feet In the lot are chimney tops cistern tops and steps They will ship to Cave Hill Louis ville this week a large Barre granite monument for Dr W B White Jas Montgomery Dead James Montgomery brother of Lee Montgomery conductor on tne branch road of the Henderson Route died in Owensooro last Friday of typhoid fever WILL SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS Wedding of Air John F Morton and Miss Annie May Trip litt is Announced GROVES ROYAt AN NOUNCEMENT The news that Mr John F Morton of this city and Miss Annie May Triplitt of Garfield are to be marred next Wednesday Oct 28 will be received with surprise by their many friends throughout the county The announcement of their wedding comes as a surplse as the engagement has been kept a secret from their nearest frleuS The ceremony will be performed in the Garfield Baptist church at 7 p in next Wednesday by Rev Minor Compton of Garfield There will be several attendants Thursday Mr and Mrs Morton will return to this city They will remain in this city about two weeks when they will leave for New York City where they will reside and Mr Mor ton will do ministerial work Miss Triplitt is a daughter of Mr Shelby Ttiplitt the wellknown farmer and tobacconist of Garfield SheI is a most estimable young lady and is an active church and Sundayschool worker in the Baptist churchIMr Morton is H son of H L Mor ton of this city He is a young manI of strictly moral habits and high prin ciples While obtaining his education in the public schools and at Georgetown College Ky he has devoted much time to theological studies and has done much good work for the flap tist church of which he u a consistent and earnest member In New York and other cities he has been doing evangelistic work The News with many friends ex tends congratulations Wedding Announcement- On last Sunday Rev Taylor ot the M E church of Rome Ind an nounced that the wedding of Miss Bessie Ruth Royal and Mr John David Groves would take place in the church at the morning services on Sunday the first day of NovAmber Miss Royal the charming pride is the eldest daughter of Mr Eli P Royal formerly of that county but now a resident of Peoria III Mr John David Groves is a young Ulan of liberal education being a graduate of Indiana University and also of the Indiana State Normal seluol He is the oldest son of Joshua H Groves the wellknown farmer RomesThe young people will go to house farmrMr John David Groves is also a fore mer resident of Cloverport Trouble Over Hogs Felix Beovin and John Weatherholt who live on adjoining farms near town had trouble over some hogs last Saturday The story as near as the particulars can be learned is as fol intomwentdover on Weatherholts place and after abusing him about the matter felled him to the ground with a club and then ran Weutherholts son Bernie thinking his father was killed ran after his assailant and cut his finger with a corn Knife just as he leaped over a fence The blow Weatherholt received was painful but not serious and he is able to be at his work this week Squirrels and Bass Squirrels and bass are occupying the attention of local sportsmen at pre sent There seems to bt plenty of squirrels in the woods about town and fishing is good in the Acme pond above town One map was out one dRY last week and got four squirrels out of five that he saw A four and a half pound bass was captured by a local sportsman who was fishing in the Acme pond Machine Shop In Operation The machine shop at the Clover port Machine Foundry Companys plant oegan operations Monday The foundry will not be in shape to begin operations for several weeks THEOLD RELIABLE I Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Program For T D A The following is the program for teachers District Association to beheld at Cloverport Saturday October tt 100- 3Essentiall Duties of a good Teacher Joel Pile and Miss Ma bel Bettvln rImmarHow to teach Rules of Syntax Mrs Ella Gregory Vat ue of Diagraming and analysts Miss Pearl Fella Physiology At what grade should it be introduced Edmund Wroe Necessity of good ventilation in school roomMiss Lizzie Barbee GeographyHow to get best results from study of Geography Miss Lena Hayes Effect of climate seacoast and topography upon civili zation Mrs Suo F Mercer Civil Government Why should students in a republic especially make a study of itTIsalo McCoy How to teach practical applications of the Constitution F T Whitt inghll- lArithmetleValne of Analysis Miss Ella Stith Should Mental Arith metic be taught in all our Ichool- sRelldlrlgTo what extent should sup plemttary reading be introduced in to school work Misses Mary Jar bun and Mamie Seato- nSpelllllgAdllDtages of Spelling matchMiss Ruey Bullman and Miss Zilpah Chamblss A Breckenridge Boy The picture below is a good likeness of Rev J T Keenan pastor of the M EJ cnurch at Shlpman III Rev Keenlln with his family has been tak ing his vacation in Breckenridge count ty aria has been the guest pf his father lulaw Mr Owen Seaton who resides near this city for the past three weeks Rev Keenan was in the city Monday morning enroute to Shipman where he was called by telegram to preach a funeral His family will not return home until later Rev Keenan was raised atMatting ly several miles south of this city and is known to many people in the county While in the city he said among other things that he was glad to see Cloverport is rapidly im proving In Honor Of Mr Gans A very pleasant dinner party was given on last Thursday by Miss Mary Gans in honor of her brother Mr Harry Gans of Cloverport that day Being the anniversary of his birth Those present were Misses Anna Belle McGill Helen Docker Dirk Margaret Clark Mary Gans and Mr Harry Oans Dr R P Keene Dr R H Taylor Dr A fl Lillard Sundays Owensboro Messenger Handsome Interior The interior of F T Heynera new residence is very handsome and well appointed Alvin Simons and Wm McCracken the painters completed the inside finish last week The residence is about ready for occupancy lf = IT a 6EDNESEAY OCTOBER 24 1003 + 11111H+ l+ + I1+ ersiiWorlds Fair Poin thi t Idd Fi + Fri Fri 6d + hF1 h1 FhFF1d FF- vlr Fair opens April 80 1004 close December 1 1004 Size of groinilc 124U acres nearly two sq are miles- ApDroximateV cost of the Exposition abl 150000000 C Fort four States and Territories tRpproprlnte i812300 Amount raised by City of St louif totandV citizens 10000000 France Germany Mexico Englan1 China Japan nUll Brazil eaoh to D spend over 300003 oil elaborate Ex C hibit wt Over fifty foreign governments to maKe elaborate displays vsMain picture comprises ten great palaces arranged fan shape Festival Hill 21 fret high in cen v ter of Cascade Gardens Three great c scvls largest water T falls ever cjaitrnatjj by man Ninety thousand gallons of water n per minute Mow over cascades t Thirtyflre miles of asphalt and gravel road ways in grounds The Art Palaces central structure t permanent cost 1014000 The Palace of Liberal Arts 525 X750 feet cost 475000 Palace of Mines and Metallurgy 525 1750 feet cost 408000 Palace of Manufactures 525x1200 feet cost 710399 Palace of Education 525x750 fet cost 310099 Palace of Varied Industries 525x1 200 feet cost C04000 Palace of Electricity 525x750 feet cost 399940 Palace of Transportation 525x130 est o 04 fOliO 000 Palace of Machinery 525x1000 feet cost 190597 Washington University Buildings cost 1000000 used by Exposition Palace cf Agriculture540xl050 feet 28 acres cost 529040 Palace of Horticulture 400x800 feet tort 228000 Forestry Fish and Game Building 800x000 feet co t 171000 Anthropology Building263xll3 fett cost 115000- Inside Inn within Exposition ground capacity 6000 persons Unite States Fisheries Building 133 feet square Refrigerator Building 320x210 feet cold storage capacity 303000 qu re feetIce Plant produces 300 tons of ice dally More than one hundred important Paines Celery- Compound The Most Remarkable Remedy in the World The True Medicine for the Cure of Dis eases of the Blood and NervesI Paines Celery Compoundcures cases given up as hopeless it builds up strengthens restores When tiredand discouraged this great medicine will give new life and vitality Paines Celery Compound is the ideal medicine and should be in every home r Gold in your Garrett 1Hun re s of housewives who ncv J er dye anything who think they- ii cant dye or imagine it is a task I arelosing the goodof castaway fab rics that could be made new with t r DIAMOND DYES bItis an extremely easy process to color with Diamond Dyes and the cost is but a trifle They are J iforhome use and home economy Ve hnvo a pedal department of wlrlce and will answer free any quettloni about dyeing f 1Bendample of good when pOlllbJe book and 4i ampleo r rDirectionDIAMOND DYES Hurllngton frleI ctm buildings on the ground Rose dardensix acres In area6000 rose trees Live Stock Exhibit covers 37 acres MOO for premiums Wide waterways beautify the wily picture for gondolas and small craft United States Government Building 250x300 feet cost 450000 Map of United States in growing crop covers arei of five acres Floral clocK dial one hundred feet In diameter hands fifty feet long Model strawberry farm with four hundred varieties growing thereon Wireless telegraph station among great electrical exhibits Tne sum of llfiOUOO appropriated for athletic tventf- International Congress learned men from everywhere Aerial navigation 200000 appropriated for tournament Ualf a million dollars expended in decorative sculpture Forty thousand horse power for Ex position uses An eight thousand horse cower tur blue engine in power plant Art Pottery Manufactory in opera tion showing processes Largest gas engine ever mnde80OCO horsepowerPhilippine Exhibit costing 1000 000 covers 40 acres Intramural doubletrack railway to all parts of the ground The Pike a mile long concessions costing more than fliOOUOOO The Grand Tnsnon and Versailles Gardens reproauced by France oranIgtlryI Louisiana State Building to be the Cabildo at New Orleans Temple of Fraternity 200x300 feet headquarters for fraternal orders Washingtons headquarters at Mor ristown for New Jercey building Robert Burns cottage at Ayrshire to be reproduced on grounds General Grants cabin in St Louis county erected at Exposition Many other historic structures for various purposes Abundant transit facilities and hotel accommodations for all I Tne Hermitage Andrew Jacksons Tennessee Home reproduced- MontieelloThomas Jeffersons home for Virginia State Building Hank Monks stage conchthe one Horace Grseley rode in Typlcal49 mining camp in Mining Gulch Jubilee presents of the late Queen VictoriaAutomobile chairs carrying two persons reach all points Hevlval of the Olympian Games of ancient Greece Fifteen exhibits departments 144 groups Soy classes Hospital perfectly equipped with surgeons physicians and nurses Outdoor mining exhibit covering twelve acres Melon Day 500000 melons served to visitors without cost BandSousas LaGarde Republican Mexican National and other Largest organ inI the world 115 stops pipes five feet in diameter Models of irrigation for the arid land of Western States Germ ny and America show model forests each five acres Four milts of standard gauge rail Old track in Transportation Building Complete engraving electrotyping and printing establishment All water used on the ground will be filtered Thorough Inspection of all foods soul in tie grounds Pltnty of shade onethird of site is u natural forest Co plate exhibit of all aquatic and irii1 plants Sanitation has been the watchword jf all builders talon Exhibit of United States lifesaving Sunken Garden 750 feet long tilled with beautiful flowers Baseball grounds where 1001t Worlds Championship will be decided Tube roses caladiuuie cannas and lahllas cover 10 acres Mammoth conservatories in Palace ofHorticultureTemperatures of buildings reduced by connection with refrigerator build ngFree Information Bureau and Lod glng furnishd in any part of city SMITH AND WEISSINGER Congressman D H Smith and inrr Weifwinger of Louisville will Sjeak in this city Saturday Oct 24- at 1 p m in the interest of the 3near itic State ticKet It Is the arty Democratic speaking that has meo nnnonnced for this city by the ilnte Democratic campaign committee lad n good crowd of Democrats is specie 1 to be present to hear the peikers Cot V issin ger has caused a gool deal or comment by certain einnrks he has made about the Ru nibliuan party In some of hit speeches rid this will probably cause many voters to bo present out of curiosity to sear hUll repeat them Born Weissinior and Smith are bruufnl speakers and will put their side of the question before the voter In talkH that will be interesting mt convincing IfII ONE LUNG May be gone and yet the remaining lung will be amply sufficient to sustain a vigor ousvitality As a general thing few pee pIe make more use of both lungs than is equivalent to a healthy use of one lung These facts are all in the favor of the man or woman with weak lungs even when disease has a strong grip on them aiany a person living in health today has the lungs marked by the healed scars ofdiseaseDr Golden Medical Discovery makes weak lungs strong It cures obstinate deep seated coughs bronchitis bleeding lungs and other conditions which if neglected or uneVimillv treated find a fatal termination in consumptionI led with lung disease and pleurisy for a number of years and the trouble had almost become chronic write A S Rlam of Howe la Had several kind Ih tw mUlU nom auurent phyddans w ou much benefit At last wrote to Dr R V Pierce and got hU advice and began uiinr his Golden Medical Discovery I have used twentyfive bottles When I commenced taking it I had no rundownlhadbetter than I did before I got tick Have a good appetite and am able to do my work I sincerely recommend Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to all who areafflicted as I was Those who suffer from chronic diseases are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence strictly private Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assist the action of theft Discovery TWO TICKETS FOR COUNCIL There will be two tickets for the city council which will be elected ut the coining Noveuil er election by sep erate ballot The tickets are Known as the Progressive and the Ctizens The Progressive ticket will have for its device the arm and hammer and is composed of the following gentlemen Joe Fitch S H McCracken Henry Yeager Will Pate Julian Brown and C S Lamb The ticket is evenly di vided politically The Citizens ticket will have its old device the scales it is composed of the present councilmen with the ex ception of J R Laslie whose place is taken by T S Nicholas This ticket is as follows S P Conrad C 12 Lightfoot C B Skillman Char Hamman Marion Behen and T S NicholasNo officers except the council me i wall be elected in November as the terms of no others will have expir ed then Mr and Mrs C M Stevens came up from Owensboro Thursday The Salve That Heals withont leaving a scar is DeWitta The name Witch Hazel ifl applied to many salves but DnWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure rnadnl terated Witch Hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it is 1 counterfeit E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitts Witch Bazle Salve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter r blind bleeding itching and pro iruding piles Sold by all Druggists PERSIMMON FLAT Mrs Robert Buford is on the sicK list Miss Bessie Sherran has returned to her home at Tar Fork Gory OBryan of Meade county Is visiting friends and relatives here The school here is progressing nice Iy with Miss Ruey Ballman teacher Misses Myrtle Beavin and Mary arter spent Saturday in Cloverport hiss Eugenia Beavin was the gues of Miss Hallie Hawkins one day last week kisses Myrtle and Carrie Beavin visited Miss Mary Carter one day nat week T J Moore candidate for Circuit ourt Clerk wai here canvasinv last week Jas Johnson and family were in lardinsbnrg Monday the guests of Vin Ahl and wire Misses Irene and Florence Elder were the guests of Misses Lula and Bertha Smith Sunday- R T Matting who has been at lardiusbnrg attending court tne past weeK has returned home The Sundayschool which has been progressing nicely all summer at cites Run closed Sunday Mrs W A Tinius of Holt antietc ter Leocn Hawkins of ths place pent Friday in Cloverport Mitts Rite Ball run returned from atesvllle Sunday accompanied by her friend M D Pumphrey John Elder who has pumhased the hapin property on the Hardlnsbnrg nlld Cloverport turnpike moved last reekMisses Mary Carter and Leona tawkins Messrs Isadore Popham Tom Carter Austin Pate Juno and John Carter were the guests of tu e Bases Beavin Sunday evening 1 + H1l y14411l4 I111 ++++++ iiThese October Deysii iilIyMrs II n Grinnellii ++++++++++++++++++ ++ These October days are soft beautiful and enticing Theres a beauty ev erywhere somewhat pathetic with Nature giving a last new color to ever landscape ere she bids farewell to earth for a season and while we gaze ant while we gaze and wonder how nil thing now so full of animation can wither perish and die we realize how little wi know of the problems before us Life and death are mysteries and while we admire the changing panorama we cannot appreciate the delight fun solution because so ignorant of tin problems We are surprised at earl altering background or foreground to know that the ancient Greeksso learned in art letters sculpture painting and with such an exquisite sense of beauty never practiced landscape painting II was iothing more than scenic or deco lathe work and thus fell far short ol what is now our standard for such paint ing We cannot understand why they failed to reek nature for models II Zeuxis could paint grapes so perfectly that birds came to peck at then why couldnt he have succeeded in land cape painting Surely had he seen the Indiana hills in October the Ohio so still and calm on these beautiful moon light nights the sky with its ever changing beautyIn fact the landscape far and nearhis imagination would have been so awakened that he perforce would have put the scene on canvasThink of the Indiana hills the Ohio and its moonlight surface when the Golden Age reigned 476 300 H C Even modern Greece with her University of Athens is stepping back two generationsWill ever renew her ancient literary glories and will she ever prove herstlf worthy of her illustrious an cestors You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove1 Tasteless Chill TonI- C because the formula Is plainly printed on very bottle showing that It Is simply Iron md Quinine In a tasteless form No cure Vo pay Price sac O V II AT EVANSVILLE The Ohio Valley Improvement asso- ciatIon had its most profitable meet- Ing since its organization at Evansville last Thursday and Friday Embodied in the resolutions were rae minendations that the former reports of engineers regarding the plans for Ohio river improvements be sanctIon- ed that the Finance Committee of the association be commended for is iseful work in getting the association out of debt that the press be complimented for its gen r ms support of the novement to improve the river that the legislatures of Ohio West Virginia ind Indiana be thanked for their esolution supporting the movement hat the officers of the association and that the statesmen who attended In meet ng have thauics for their vork and attendance The resolutions concluded with the statement hat the convention in this city ia1 been the most Important and the aost successful in the history of the issoaiation The Astosiatlon will have its meeting at Huntington W Vanext year Can eltonOwensborn and Tell City were mone the towns that sent delegates Jloverport should have sent delegates but didnt DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases Jladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you IIf necessary wrlto Dr Former Ho has punt a llfu time curing Just such cases asyours All consultations Free I suffered from kidney and bladder tronble until life was not worth living I began using Dr Fenners Kidney and Backacke Cure and in a short time I noticed a great improvement The soreness left my back and I was soon 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can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky Subscribe Now By paying all arrearages up to duto you can get tho Ureckenridge News from October 1st for ono wIr year for 50 cents LLPI 1L rk J i dd liiJ t I 1 iikiikThet Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1003 END OF THE MANEUVERS Last Review of Troops Was Held WednesdayDepartureof JOE WHEELER AT WEST POINT The review of 2500 soldiers of the regular army last Wednesday finished the programme of maneuvers at Camp Vonng About one thousand people saw the review It had no special feature or no element which has not been seen before Gen Bates and Gen Kobbo and their staffs rode to the big parade field back of Howard at 2 oclock A few minutes later the Generals rode on an inspection trip up and down the hold Then taking a position in the Center of the Held the Generals watched ihe troops pass before them first com ing the infantry then the batteries and the cavalry winding up in the rear The First Infantry and the Eighth Cavalry band played The reo view was a short one and was over bya ft3 oclock jlt The feature of Wednesday which v1 t was the last official day of the maneu tt yers was the hearty good fellowship s manifested by the officers who had i Seen for three weeks so closely associa Kged Whatever of stilted formality dutyfit1 i eachIherI getpintoI i spentbUKfternoon and arranging details of de Ifiiartnrea pLast Thursday morning at G oclock the departure of the troops still re gaining at West Pointfor their home tations began Part of the troops went Thursday and the remainder Fn Bay Troop K of the Fourth cavalry and ompany Cof the Third Infantry were ordered to remain to protect property J and place it in repair where it had been damaged by the soldiers during y the maneuvers The soldiers who left Camp Young were bound for their home stations tint most of the officers left for Fort Riley Kan where the maneuvers of the troops belonging to the Depart went of Missouri is now in progress Thursday night Mij Gen Dates his staff the maneuver umpires and Col Ruspapoff the Russian attache left for Fort Riley II Fighting Joe Wheelerthe veteran Confederate general and the popular hero of the SpaniHiiAraerican war was the most distinguished guest of the army at West Point last week Gen Wheeler rode with Gen Bates in an automobile anti was an interested spectator of the maneuvers Guy Beckham also was at West Point a few hours last weeK and met Gen WheelerThe at West Point were eminently successful in every respect according 1 military officers The mimic warfare was a great benefit for the militia of the several states and limbered up the regulars The nssoai tion of the militia with the regulars and the opportunity of seeing the methods of fighting adopted by them proved of benefit also One feature that contributed tp the success of the maneuvers was the fact that compara tively little property was damaged by soldiers and that the farmer and the citizens of this section of country were pleased as a rule with the behavior of the troops and enjoyed watching the parades and maneuvers total amount of claims filed ntI IThe for damage done property by troops was just 1200 In all fifty I claims were made mid they range from 3 to 205 The most unique is I the claim of Mrs Patterson of the Applegate farm She says soldiers rob bed three trees of twenty bushels of hickory nuts and she wants 1 a bushel for the loss A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodal Dyspepsia Cure which has com SaylorHilliardstrength 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 greatest Known tonhI and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by all Druggists Powers and Howard Transferred Accompanied by a heavy guard Caleb Powers and Jim Howard were taken from Georgetown to the Teffer son county jell last Wednesday even ing The change was made by order of Judge Cantrill and neither priso I ner was given notice until half an hour before they were taken to the I train Moth expre sel surprise nt be ing moved and were unable to ac count for it CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought AI Bears the- SignatureI of I I it I Electric Railway In Perry The Louisville Southern Indiana Traction Co is planning to build in terurban lines out of Louisville an New Albany to Coiydou awl into Clark Jackson Washington Orange HarrisonCrawford and Perry countiesI i in Indiana It Is said that a line will soon be built to Corydon and thence Leavenworth also tD Paoli French Lick and West Baden Perry count t especially that portion in which Tob insport is located is badly in need of better shipping facilities and the proposed electric line when in opera tion would greatly conduce to the de velopment of the farming and mineral resources of that section A Love Letter Would not interest you if yon looking for a guaranteed Salve f Sores Burns or Plies Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes Ifuffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box DucK lin Arnica Salvo cured me 1 the beat Salvo on earth 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store- RalsedTomatoes on Potato Vines H W A Hemmer a farmer of Dubois county Jnd has succeeded iin raising tomatoes on potato vines He is a botanist and has been experiment Ing for several years being convinced that the two wore of the same variety of plants When his potato vines came up this summer he carefully grafted tomuto plants to them and this fall he had a fine crop of toma toes He has not yet dug his potatoes and has not learned what effect the grafting had on them The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills Dud Fever d iKiuioof droves Tasteless Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron cud Oul nine In u tustolcss form No Cure No Pay Price50c Mr Oeers Funeral The funeral of Mr T W Geer of ThOuinsville Ua was held from the residence cf Mr Win Smart last Wed nesday afternoon The funeral ser vices at the residence were conducte- by fey P L King of the Methodis- ihurch The local Masons then too charge of the body which was interr ed in the city cemetery in tile Ares ence of friends and relatives of thi city and from a distance The services at the grave were conducted by 0 W Moorman Jr Grand Master of Breck enridge Lodge No lUll For a pleasant physic take Chamber luinss Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect Fo sale by Short Haynes Finish Raising Rails The drew of the Plttsburg combine who have been here for the past six or seven mouths saving the coal and steel rails out of the wreck of the J B Finleyfl tow rouipleted tne work lust Saturday For the past ew weeks the 3V were engaged in taking rails from the bottom of the river opposite this city nnd nave secured 1481 out of the 14M0 lust The boat returns to Pittabur roon Cannelton Telephone = 1 k FALL OPENING rr Here we are again greeting our many friends and J Jcustomers with the largest stock of J Dry GoodsNotions t NotionsClothing ClothingitFvirnishingsGroceries fGroceriesf TinwareHats Caps I Boots ShoesFurniture Saddlery 11You know our prices You know that they are right I I It Itand always the lowest so come and see us We buy I I right and sell right and nothing gives us more pleaseIour customers H MEYERi N BIG SPRING l tt- rl u TWO SUPERVISORS OF TRACK 20SpecialdI employes of the Henderson Konte has been promoted by his company and is now supervisor of part of the main line also the branch road- o Mr Blsholl is supervisor of track for this Henderson Route between West Point and Stepheusport on the main line and between Fordsville and Ir vlngton on the branch road C M Stevens of Owensboro has been ap pointed supervisor of track fur the road between Stephensport and Hen derson Each supervisor has the same number of miles of track EHCU sec Lion foreman will now report to the andeliSIrformerly The two offices were created after the death ot Assistant Road forof merly the section foremen reported isDlr Bishoff will have his headquar ters at Irvington where he has been section foreman for some Hire Mr Stevens who has been section foreman for the road at Owensboro will move to this city where he will once his headquarters He is n Brother of J O Stevens section foreman at this point The duty of Messrs Stevens anti BishoflJH to sea that thetraok only is kept in order and repair while Jule Brashear of West Point is supervisor of bridges Cures Kidney aad Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder und Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped fie If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the urethu neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim culty In passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder disagreeablet hignkyour are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Sped flc Soon all the syptoms disappears discharges censeaches in the back die appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on tho uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Especiallyradvised for chronic cases that resis all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Cull or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Another Star Route Advertised Sealed proposals will be received by the Secon1 Assistant Postmaster Hen oral Washington D C until 4 p m 11mallto Juno 30 1008 on the following dt depositinggroute by the schedule stated or such other schedule of like running time as the Postmaster General may prescribe From Easton by Victoria to Clover port 14 miles and hack FIX times u week Leave Eiston daily except Sunday nt 530 a m arrive at Clo verport by II M a in Leave Clover port daily except Sunday upon re ceipt of mail trout Louisville but not later than 11 a m arrive in Easton in 4 hours Bond required with bid 900 Present contract pay 24085 subcon tract pay 215 33 For full instructions and form of proposal and bond see plmmphlet adver tisement sent to each post office on the route which should be carefully examined before bids are submitted 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 curried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails and when the air is excluded 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 namberlains Pain Balm freely RS soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injures to heal without maturation and In one third the time required uy the usual treat ment ILls for sale by Short Fly nes Forty Speeches In Five Days Beginning on Tuesday Oct 27Gov J O W Beokhaui will make a swing about the State on a special train speaking at forty places which he has been unable to reach through lack of time He will leave Louisville at 800 a m Oct 27 and after stopping at the principal towns on the L N I C and U U roads he will end this grand finale to his campaigning tour by making his last peech at LaII grunge on Saturday afternoon Out CAS T O EIZ 4Bern the the Miss You Nato Alwafs Bought I BIg1tureot I ti SelectSensibleSilverwareFOR Holiday or Anniversary Gifts A set of triple plated knives and forks makes a sensible present and if they bear this trademark completelinethe 1847 Rogers Bros brand They are handisomely put up in cases for presentation purposes Yourdealereansupplyyou Send to the makers for catalogue No6 UluauatedfreeIMTIBVITIONIL BttTrn CO tiemiut U MEIUDKN 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Insured against loss by fire or burglary i depositsN i+ + OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY jfi 1 j 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IhIND D end V G BABBAQE Editor and Proprletori Issued Every Wednesday u Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charge or at tbe rote otlO rents ptr line OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of I cants per line Money In advance EIGHT PAGES It The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 100- 0ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements under this head will be It- certed and carried until the election for tho sum of tom In advance It doosnt mutter whllt party device you lire running under and you be a reputable cltlzrn you cnn put your or councvmont under this head with the lIunr anteo that It will IKJ seen and read by ever voter In Ilrtckcnrltlpu county DRECKENRIDQE COUNTY t JForCircuit Court Clerk Breckenrid County W SHERMAN BALL Nominee of theRepublican Party For Representative of Breckenridg County MAT P PAYNE Nominee of the Republican Party liON D C 100R IAN Nominee of the Democratic party for reelection Cheerfulness and courtesy are sure business winners when accompanied by good advertising The possibilities are practically unlimited for the merchants who ndve tine judiciously and continuous Printers Ink THK XEWER SURGERY AJfD MEDICIJM When that genial philosopher Mr Dooleyhnd oooasion to discuss the im portant theme of sickness he conclud ed that it made little different whether you called in a ChrIstian Scientist or the doctor provided yon had a good nurse I Not quite so radical but tendinj much that way are the conclusions uf Dr Beverly Robinson in the Medlca Kecord He shows that we have had too much surgery and too much medl clue Quoting Dr R H Fitz of Bos ton who carefully analyzed numerom surgical operations during a period of ten years he says that manyul them could not be justified if either t the immediate or remote results were I fairly considered In speaking of- tt haste in operating for appendicitis Doctor Robinson invokes the authority of Doctor Treves who it will be re 1 1memberetl had charge of King Ed- wardsJ case last year He says Dr i Treves lays stress upon the taut that the great majority of cases of append citis recover spontaneously without either an operation or the formation of an nbcefls that the nltrnncntt caseB are actually rare Doctor Robinsons oonolusion as tc surgery in Examples might be given which would go to prove that what to some serous advancement in surgery of our day is in reality only proof of too great Imrdinoss or of igno rance of the great purposes of this noble art hy then allow it to go into most hazardous ways and especi ally where the chances are very great against tiny real or lasting success be ing returned We are prepared to grant the immense triumphs of modern y surgery thanks to asepticism and per feet drainage We only become sceptl cal and inclined to criticise and up braid when through the very iuipnni ty which skill and opportunity afford R it shows a subservience to these fno tors when with a wider knowledge and appreciation of general laws which govern disease surge ms would allan don operations which are useless or a dangerous or perhaps while involv ing only slight risk may be followed sooner or later by consequences more lamentable than the original disturb ance of organ or of health from which the patient primarily suffered So far medicine is concerned the writer approves of the employment ol hygienic methods and very simple remedies rather than an indiscrimi nate use of strong drugs which are nearly always harmful He in part says Medicine hits her great And noble achievements also likewise she has man v drawbacks The vast armamen tarium of new drugs foisted upon m at every turn seems to be a great ill Among tnem only a limited few are really useful and relatively innocuous The powerful ones and especially those so used aniont the coaltar derivatives do great harm unless used with rare good judgment and in small or moderate doses at all times IF YOU ARE A SUB SCRIBER AND WANT TO HELP US INCREASE OUR LIST SEND US A DOZEN OR MORE NAM ES OF YOUR FRIENDS WHO WOULD LIKELY BE INTERESTED IN GETTING THEIR HOME PAPER AND SE CURING IT AT A RE DUCED RATE EDITOR SOMMERS AR TICLE IMS TRUE RING An article headed Col Weissin gern Mistake that appeared in last weeKs issue of the Elizabeth town News has the true ring and should be echoed nil along the line until heard from one end of Kentucky to the oth er WI remember Col Veissinger In his speech at Bowling Green in be halt of the Democratic party give as his reasons whv voters should not support Col Belknap for Governo that the Republican candidate had never taken a chew of Kentucky chief product and had never taken ia drink of whisuy another of our lead ing products The Elizabethtowi News is as we well know a strong advocate of Gov Beckham and the Democratic party Here is in snbstanc what it had to say of Col Weissin gers opinion Col Belknaps abstinence in both particulars is to his credit and not to his discredit and Col Weissinger iis the first man who ever proclaimed from the stump that chewing tobacco and drinking whisky were accomplish ments of gentlemen Such habits the News says are deplored by Chris tiara gentlemen and are never commended The men who indulge In these small vices have never urged l tnem as grounds for political sup port The editor to be more emphatic adds We want to emphasize our condemnation of the foolishness of Col Weissinger as in his zeal for our candidate Gov Beckham he hat stepped hard upon the toes of nil mor al people of the State who have no patience with an advocacy of whisk drinking or the filthy habit of chew Ing tobacco Score a big victory for our neighbor paper Rah for any editor who stands for n clean life am good habits and now let Col Weiss Inger take the advice of this sensi bit editor and go way back and sit down rim keep his month shut I for rifle would appeal to nil young met of high ideals u nd generous impulses the young men who may some day Aspire to political honors to steer ai lear as possible of Col Weissinger Ideas of accomplishments The work for every young man to do In Kentucky is to vote for a man ol dean habits and pure ideals No matter whether the vote be cast fox own county state or national can iidates If Isaac Shelby who is con jeded to have been our greatest Gov jrnor could come back to earth and pier for ollice and advocate drinking whisky every young man in the State should vote against him at the polls No man put by the voice of he people to rule over them should idvocate or even tolerate intoxicating leverages If a voter is against whiH ty and saloons lot him vote for the nan who opposes them Whenever we put o man above party predilections then and not until then will we have lean government I like that Good 3overnmeut League picking its candidates from the best church element I wish we had one everywhere anti then the whisky ticket would ie snowed under Mrs HB Orinnell Brandenburg There is no nicer young man in his county than Sherman Ball He is a ielfraade young man What he is he owes to his own efforts He was a mere itrapling n green country boy when le first went to Hardinsbnrg and uttered his services to the public He lad hu rebuffs and tack sets like all other striving ambitious boys He never faltered although reverses came He flowed to the linekept right long doing his duty and making friends and was rewarded by his party md elected to the office which he mw holds He has made a good clerk His work speaks for itself He has teen faithful to hit duties attended to the business of his office and treated iverybody well and courteously He- 18a Republican but not a mean parti tan Any man be he Republican or Dint oorllt can vote for him Hes not narrow and biggoted but broad md liberal So remember him when run cast your vote November a tsonlHonesty in motive deed nUll Impulse la the purest quality in the world John Wanamaker iP k Hlciil jLi f 1 Hawesvlllo has a Cabbage Patch nut Mrs Wiggs is not in It The Hon W C Owens will speak at Brandenburg Saturday Oct 81 Our Cousin Jeemes Is on the tracK for Judge Youll see hits plot ure on the oallot when you cast your vote It will be about the first thiij that will strike you Were afraid our Cousin Jeemes is a little too late Its amusing tho how persistent h- Is and how IIH craves for office Our old friend Henry W Herndo the genial host of Hotel Henderson fiIs making that hotel a popular resort for the weary traveler on his way His doing a splendid business and giving Henderson one of the best hotel It ever had Henry takes co the hotel business like a fish to water He wasi cut out for the business enjoys iit and makes things pleasant for every body Its a pleasure to rub up again him While at Ford llon October 17 we had a pleasant conversation wits Edwin Forbes of that town Col Forbes has been a subscriber to the News ever since it has been a paper has always paid his subscnptloi promptly and he is now one year In advance with his payments He say that the Breckenridge News IB unlike any paper he ever saw in many respects That the paper is full of tne most pleasing and interesting liters ture that can be selected from all sources and is pleasing alike for all ages of our reading population nnd that its advertisements are so display cd in its columns that they are more attractive and interesting than they are annoying to its readers That he takes five papers and that the Breckenridge News contains more interesting and pleasant rending to him than all the rest combined and that it is so sifted of all rude or gay say Ings tnat it rs more like a religion paper than a weekly issue of current events And now that its subscription price is only fifty cents a yea he thinks that the News should be laid on the table every week in the home 3f all bona tide Housekeepers thronghou our land and that ministers and pull teachers should encourage the clrcula tion of such papers and condemn 1111 literature that is poisonous to tho youthful mind and offensive to old age He says he Is going to make nn effort to have the Brockenridge New in the homes of all the farmers iIn East Fordsville precinct which no doubt will swell the poultry busineo sat Fordsville The check for this tarn product is to be sent to the Breaker ridge News and placed to the credi of the East Fordsville subscriptlo list Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Ca arrb is a blood or constitutional dis sate and in order to cure it you mus take internal remedies Halls Catarrl Cure is taken internally and acts di ectly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by me of the best physicians in this onntry for years and is a regular inscription It is composed of the bAst tonics konwn combined witn the blood mrifiers acting directly on the mu moos surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results cur lug Catarrh Send for testimonials fret JCHENEY CO Props Toledo C Sold by druggists price 75o Halls Family Pills are the best To Vote For Montgomery- To I tote for James Montgomery tamp under his photograph or write If you cant write have the clerk to write his name in the blank space mder Weed Chelfs name or opposite tie mime under the cabin or clasped tame and you stamp in the square pposite his Montgomerys name so writtenBIG SPRING Miss Jennie Olarkson has gone to lOuisville Dr Strother was in Elizabethtowi last Wednesday BornTo the wife of John Thur mnn Oct llia daughter Miss Daisy Meador returned from a visIt to West Point Thursday Dr Strother and mother were ir Irandenbnrp to hear Beckhnin Dr J C Bush the dentist will be In Hardinshnrg Oct 20 for one week Rev Hynesof Irvingtonspent a few duys here this week visiting friends Miss Millward of Louisville Is here with her sister Mrs John Meador Jr Alex Scott is very mUCh improving the tooks of his home by a coat of mint Jas Talbott of Ehzabethtown was here last week and was the guest of- T R Moorman M Miss Edna Dowell visited relatIves rtIir I ru nt Stithton and also took in Camp Young at West Point Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Miss Olla Mae made a flying trip Ito Louisville last Monday R S Dowell and son Clyde were in the city n few days last week disposing of their tobacco Mr Anolem Clarkson in his 83 year tiled Oct 7 of bronchitis and was hurled at his home Miss Bettie Clarkson of Elizabeth town is here with her grandmothe Mrs Clarkson who Is 111 Miss Zelma Strother visited lIss Sudie Holbertof Rineyville last week and returned home Sunday Claude Taylor mind family of West Point were here last ween to sce his grandmother Mrs Clarkson Dr O Conner and wife and Mr Sallie Clarkson of Ellzabethtown were here during the illness of Mrs Clar ton R H Strother of Milton Ky representing the Union Central Life Insurance Cois spending several days hereMr and Mr H H Doran went IIto Ellzabethtown last Tuesday Mrs Doran remained to visit her sIster Mrs Turner Mr and Mrs T R Moorman ent to Union Star Friday to see the wife of Rev Clay Moorman their son who is not expected to live A protracted meeting will begin here at the Methodist church on Sun day night Oct 25 The pastor Rev Russell will be assisted by Rev U IS TaborMrs Asher Graham and little daughter of Murray Ky are herewith her grandmother Mrs Amanda Clarkson who has been very ill but IS now thought to oo improving Quite a number were here to attend the burial of Mr Anslem Clarksoi They were Mr and Mrs Dick Clara son and Mr and Mrs Alex McCan Elizabethtown Henry Woodsoi Brandenburg Ollie Richardson El ron Dave Talbott Eliza ethtown and others HARDINSBURG Mrs T C Tousey Is visiting hel son at Henderson Gen A J Gross of Holt was iII town last Monday BornTo the wife of Paul Cotnptc October 14a girl Hon D H Severs of Cloverpor was in town Monday Mrs G W Beard is in Lonisvil visiting her daughter Mrs Read Dr J C Bush the dentist will tin Hardinsbnrg Oct 20 for one week Drs P W Foote and J W Walker were hire last Mondav attendit court Miss Emma Smith who has beet sick for some weeks is slowly in provingMrs Dean and Miss Rosebt Moorman were visitors in tow ThursdayMr Mrs Coleman E HaaweI are visiting relatives in Owensbor this week Mr Richard Morris of MoDaniel is here visiting Mr and Mr M L KincheloePreston Ford was here several dny of last week visiting his mother Mrs Mary Ford Mrs John Alexander of Buras vrial the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm Hen sley last week Harry Hambleton of Cloverporl was here several days of last wee visiting friends Dr Rogers and Miss Fisher 0 ockvale were here Friday to atten the Pitman Concert Miss Nellie Moorman of Glendeanr was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe 3 Pile last week Mr and Mr Chas H Drury t Bewleyville were in the city visitin frIends last Saturday Franklin Kincheloo and John D Thaw were the guests of friends n Union Star last Sunday The Rev W F Hogard filled hi regular appointment at the M E hunch South last Sunday J R Layman the Commonwealth attorney for this district returned ttc his hOme in Louisville Saturday Miss Athene Murray a charming visitor from Cloverport Is the goes of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard Mr and Mrs P M Beard werE the guests of Mr and Mrs D U Richardson at Union Star last Sun layAlonzo Bennett of Bewleyvillo th well known merchant was in towi the first of the week on a business trip Jesse Whitworth the Master o 3reckenridge Lodge No 07 F A M is in Louisville this week attend mg the Grand Lodger October Designer ficJ D Bab iage CJd 9TORII I ij Il Ll l RnnnHI r A Good PrintingrIs as essential to business as good stock When in correspondence 0 with parties unknown to you do you think favorably 11- of 1etho person or firm whoso letter is written on stationery that untasty and has a appearance do you chcnpII favorably of tho i written thatiithat bears n murk of cellenceHa 1 your own judgeqWhich of the two do you think would appeal the intolligoncp TI of a man or woman with whom you have occasion to correspondmI If you think favorably of tho superior grade of stationerytt wo can please you = I Il5he Breckenridge CLOVERPORT KY News = h ter o Our Repair Shop 1 Do you know that wo have one among the best Repair Departments in this section of the country Equippedsiwith uptodate tools and machinery and a stock of ma terial and repairs that a city shop need not be ashamed oUIA pretty broad assertion but it a fact nevertheless Our motto isiiWell Do it Right or Not at AllFDo you know where eight watches out of every ten are I ruined 1 It is by some socalled repairer They either dont know how not prepared for itor dont caro We Guarantee First Class Work Lewis Sc BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSIIARDINSBURG KY t ta1 NOTICE H 4 1 TAXPAYERS fl 1 It or one of my deputies will be at the fottlowing places on the following dates for the purpose of collecting taxes iIi Irvington Novem ber7Webster November 9 Clifton Mills November 10 Lodiburg November II Union Star November12Stephensport Novem ber13Chenault November14Pl- ease meet me promptly and settle and save costF p PAYNEIBy S W BASSETT D S r CONDENSED STATEMENT S i W WOftho condition of the f- tII FIRST STATE BANK II- llm mIRVINGTON KY 5 Iwty This Statement of the condition of our Bank atmm M the close of the first quarter of our business We WVJ1 r j rr- t Jjj r PresrDIRECTORSIt meI S Board I m C Heron I j Lee T Meye- rrrr C F Alexander i is or is on i to is or i W D 1 RESOURCES r i totes and mils fM2 ar salouse00JournlturoJOOer 1EE19tt10 ttLIABILITIES ooDepositsUndivided Profits 5344- t3001 Ifi H H KEflPER Cashier = oo =70 r 0 + t News One Year foroniyiOjj i+ iA FACT BOUT THE BLUES l uBluesIsexistIngI I theI THIS IS A FACT 4 which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of t PtThey control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1003 r Fresh Chestnuts English Kitchen All tim Into magazines at the News officeHam and eggs lOc English Kitch enA J Katz of Louisville was here last week on business Bert Beavin Is painting Dr F L Lightfoots new office building 4Mrs Harry Morrison of Louisville It visiting relativES In the city James Younger went to Owensboro Thursday to have dental worK done Firstclass and clear weatherboard ing 1400 per thousandJ D Gre goryMrs Henry Thomas of Leltchdeld is the guest of her mother Mrs Lee DowellMrs Lizzie Burnett of St Louis arrived in the city last Wednesday to visit relatives ii IMiss Ora Alexander of Memphis Tenn was the guest of her uncle F P Payne last weed Gnurd Agnew is in the meat business again witn his old stand next door to the English Kitchen Mrs McKinney of Morgantown is visiting her daughter Mrs Weaver Tatntn at tne Squires House I countyIher cousin Rousseau Williams Mr Mike Jungllng who attended I the funeral Wednesday afternoon of Mr T W Geer left that evening for I1I Moultrie GH Miss A G Ditto and nieces Flor LouisMlleI d Mrs J D Babbiigp Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Geer parents of the lateT W Geer whose funeral was held here Wednesday returned Thurs nay to their home at Pineville Ky Senator Gorman of Georgia who attended tho funeral of his fiiend Mr I T W Geer last Wednesday left Thurs day for his home at Moultrie Ga Miss Pauline Moormanof St John is attending the Cloverport nigh School and making her home with her aunt Mrs J E Keith while hereManager F D Whiteneck of the Polk Packing Companys local branch factory went to Kookport Ind Saturday to buy apples to can at the fac toryMrs Tom Roberts of EKron came II tMn Saturday and bought a large f Barre granite monument from J E Keith Son fur the Buck Grove com eteryMrs Tom ToustY and motlirr Mrs Blytne of Hardlnsburg who were the guest of friends here a while last vetk let Thursday for Henderson to visit Mr and Mrs Ollie Tousey k BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSendr for free Sample SCOTT It BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Strati New York 50C aud ftoo J all drugcUU II Fresh ligntbread English Kitchen Bntterick Pitterns at the News officeD H Severs is at home until after the election in November Mrs J L Moorman returned last week from a visit in Louisville Allen Pierce was at home from Louisville Saturday and Sunday Holloy Fallon and Roscoe Mnyhnll were down from Louisville Sunday Dr J C Bush the dentist will be in Hardinsbnrg Oct 20 for one week Miss Adelia Moorman was at home fromlLouisville severalI days last week Douglas Rallerty returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in New Alba uy Firstclass and clear weatherboard ing 1400 per thousand J D Greg oryJas De La Hunt of Cannelton was the guest of Mrs J A Murray Sun day Firstclass and clear weatherboard ing 1400 per thousand J D GregorySomerset saddle tree 15j inchfs hip seat all well madeprice 000 Babbage Son Capt and urn J W Carlton of Hawesville spent Sunday with Mr and Mr E B Oglesby Mr and Mrs Joseph 0 Bailey of Louisville were the nest8 Sunday of their son Jos A Bi iley Mr and Mrs T B Henderson of Irvington were the guests of their daughter Mrs Clarence Board Sun day Miss Bessie Sims of Bowling Green who has been the guest of Miss Marian Bowmer returned home Mon dayE W Ewing returned Friday from Gaston where he spent several days buying apples for the Pols Packing CompanyMrs Goff came ur Wednes day from Owensboio where he has been the guest of Mr and Mrs W D WatersI opened a meat market opposite the postoffice and am ready to supply you with meat that yon can eat Give me a trial order eo I can convince yon Gardner Agnew C C Aldridge and little sun Green came in from Mattoon 111 and spent a week with relatives He says he and his boys are doing well out there Have good positions and making mon ey He returned last Monday Mr Richard Davis his father in law ac companying him- Gonfessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wane AIK writes For 13 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted n number of physicians and tried nil sorts of medicines but tot 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 yearn If you want a reliable medl cine for Liver and Kinney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed byShort Haynes Onlv 50o Orand Lodge Kut P ol Kentucky Lexington October 2729 For this occasion rate of 485 for round trip Cloverport to Lexington return sell on Oct 2027 good returning Oct 30 On this account rate of 185 for round trip to West Point and return will be made on Spt 27 to Oct 10 inclusive Tickets good only on late of sale Home feekers tickets to South West good 21 days 1740 for round trip from Cloverport on Oct 20 MONEY IN MUSSEL SHELLS W B Phelps Sonthe mussel shell buyers at this point now have between 350 and 400 tons of shells stored in a big bin on the Breckenridge Cannel Cool companys lot east of the office of the canning factory They have bceu hauling them from their fishing camp oa the Ohio just above the old pier to this place for the past four or five weeks storing in all about 350 wagonloads which will give some idea of tne size of the pile of shells They have a number of men engag ed every day dredging for mussels and ns quick as they are caught and the mussels are removed the shells are hauled to the bin which is a few feet from a switch of the Henderson Route where they will be handy for snipnient to the pearl button factories next spring Shell buyers in this vicinity are reluctant to divulge the price paid them per ton for the shells delivered at tote fuotorlps1 It is said that they receive bout 128 per ton which is decidedly a moneymaking business when one considers that only a fourth of this amount is paid the men who catch the mussels Operating a Sawmill Gus Gibson Son are operating a mw millon soino of their land Iin the Piucheco neighborhood near tins city They are sawing the timber in to railroad ties J Y I IRVINGTON I Mrs Eliza Jolly has returned from LouisvilleSam of Cloverport visited his brother Lou Sunday Miss Julia Meyers of Custer is the company of Mrs Tony McCoy Mrs Harry White entertained the young folks Thursday evening Clarence McGlothlan and Richard Herndon spent Sunday at home Mrs Con Bland of Brandenburg was here Sunday to see her mother Dr J C Bush the dentist will be In Hnrdinsbnrg Out 20 for one week Ht H Keuipers sister and cousin will arrive today to mike him a visit Miss McAteer of Louisville is a charming visitor at Mrs W J PiggottsMiss wlelzer a trained nurse and friend of Aunt Polly Franks is with her now The Ladies Missionary society of the M E church will meet Thursday afternoonGeorge Drnry went to Louisville Sunday night to see his sister Ernes tine who is very sick Mrs Edmonla Orendorf Perrin of Sherman Texas is expected today Monday to visit the McGlothlans Mr Winifred and family have mov ed to Fordsville and Mr Goodall has taken his place in the tonsorial par lorsOur new pastor Rev Hines preached a splendid sermon last Sun dav morning the first one for the con ference year Mr and Mrs R M Jolly Mr Gardner Lnmar Gardner and little Clare Holly enjoyed a few days in Louisville last week The Executive Committee of the County Sundayschools will meet in M K church today MondaysI to at tend to some Sundayschool work Mr and Mrs Hensul have finished the addition to their house and an now soliciting both transit and regular boarders A good 100 per day house Mrs Bigg Mrs Bate Herndon Miss Eva Herndon Bate Herndon and Mrs Annie Lee Bandy attended the great revival meeting at Stephens port Air and Mm Sam Payne entertained Friday evening in honor of their daughter Miss Enh who bade adieu to her many friends for an absence olf a year at school Ive made it a practice to pnt nil1 my worries down in the bottom of mj heart then sit on the lid an smile Mrs Wiggs Some of us mightt practice this for awhile Mrs F H McGhee was home from Louisville for a few days only She reports Mr McGhee condition as good anti he hopes to be able to leave the infirmary in a few WeeKs Hobt Jordan is home from Fenley Ky and has taKen a position with Jolly Gardner fc Co Bob is always ready and willing to serve his customers and is a very efficient clerk Mr and Mrs Ivan Pusey left Monday for their home In Chicago They wer accompanied by Miss Ula Payne who goes to attend school there and make her home with an aunt Mrs Smith OAS T ORX dBetri the- Bignatare of Tte Kind You Have Always BOllg 1 I ODIBURG H H Johnson is in Louisville buy ing his fall goods Mrs Otis Stilt spent several days last week with A J Keys Old French Photographer is now at Garfield for a couple of weeks Miss Anna B Grant spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Head Urover levers spent Sunday with hie parents near Union Star honey Robinson was the guest oi Miss Eddie Basham Sunday Clint Adklsson of Irvlngton spent Sunday with Lodibarg friends Dr J C Bush the dentist will bin Hardinsbnrg Oct 20 for one week Mr and Mrs Claude Grant spent Saturday night and Sunday with rela tives near Huzeldell Bud Jordan arrived here Thursday night after a lengtny stay in Califor nia and other states Mr and Mrs Wm Head attended church at Stephensyort and dined with MrA Whitworth Miss Ida B Hampton returned from Louisville Sunday where she has spent the last two months Misses Anna and Lena Adkissos of Pierce spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr and Mrs John Deowl Mrs B A Johnson und Miss Anna B Grant are in Louisville purchasing a new stock of tnlllin ery goods Miss Grant and Mrs Johnson are doing a good business and will do nlllI hey can to lease you October Delineator 5oJ D Bat bage qyr Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heats the dUeiucd membrane It cures catarrh and drive away a cold In tho head quickly Crenna Ilnlna is placei into tile noftrt1Pprcat11 over the membrane anil Is absorbed Relief U Im mediate and a cure follow It 1le not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BHOTHEIIS M Warren Street New York + oo r Wartshalt1 f For SaleMh farm In urkIf Rough W OIusol I MrDinlol Ky i run RENT For Hunt Two farms Mrs1 Mary J Mil Olovvrport Ic- yIo3TitlAS Lost two plain gold rings W T TutorsIn oiaTim flnilnr will pliuse return to MItS w T TlUOltn and be re warded ron SALE For Sulo 5c lirlnir u pnikage of NIxE a Rand mid lusting chew Kills odor liquor onions and1 tobacco Try It Address NIxE Lock llox ftJ Cloverport Ky FOR KENT FOR KENTThreo roomy and hall in cot Mrs Lucy Younger FOR SALT COn SALE Cheap If taken nt once two duelling on Second utreot adjoining Dr Moormuni residence Moulting to Nowsom heirs For term enquire of Dr Xewsom or IK L Boyd SOU W Seventh strict Owenslwro WASTE jJANTE111000 persons to subscritw for TUB IliiKCKKNUiixiK NEWS tit 50o per your during this month October Delinquent subscribers paying arrearage to date ut the Jl rate may pay attend as many years us they desire at the 5ft rate JNO n llAiinAOE Pub- Cloverport Ky WILL EXCIIANUE WnJ exchange fruit trees or pay rash for nun row W H AHIIIIY Cloverport l y FOR SALE FOR SALE Farm of S30 acres four miles Itewleyvllle live miles from Illg II1lSprhljt1 In good repair good tarn crib Itci fed isIn good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stuck water Also ireseut crp of corn tobacco etc some stock nnd farming Imple meats For further Information D H Witt Hiwloyvlllo Ky or Robert F Woods LouHvlUe Ky- WAMTFDOLD KKATHEKi MlQHESTcash price paid for nil kinds al 1 old feathers Cull or drop postal to MI llammanSon Cloverport Ky and the will cull and buy them FOR SALE 30head Shorthorn and Polled Durhar und heifers To reduce my hurl will sell any of above cattle very low The are all first class animals I also have fo sale 4 deep red young lolled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 Ibs price J5o L- GreenPnllsof Rough Ky MONEY TO LOAN 1LIIE Insurance Policies bought for rush o on at low rate- sJiilAttorneyrlatoJNO 1 HASWELL law Hardlnsburg Ky FOK SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machine lot of good Laundry machine Also now add nerondband OILS und Gasolln Kngln s JIAKTIN GA1IIE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ivy NOTICE City Tuxes for the year 1003 nee due fleascall and settle promptly A IIt per rent penalty I will be added to all taxes remaining un paid Dec 1st und collections on fwd utter that date made according to law without further notice Parties owing back tuxes will save extra costs by arranging payment of same by Nov 1st Please do not forgot tills Is positively the last notice In regard ti delinquentsVery Upsportfuly MAKION WEATllKKHOLT Oct lathe 11t1ti Collector City of Clovtrport Berkshire and BrPe Rocks FOR SALE liarredPlymouth430 Ihs asa yearling at head of halt EjrgH llorllIOIlSWANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOWL D AD DISON ADDISON KY Many Times You need articles that cannot I bo purchased in your homo towm then you must buy elsewhere Now tho question with you is How can I gqt what I want with out tho expense time and trouble of going to the city My answer is Send your or der to mo with tho description and let mo purchase your goods withoutcharge The many little things my experience as a purchasing agent has taught mo of tho quality style and uso of goods you get tho benefit of when you place your order withme I can full itno matter whore you liv- eADDIE G DITTO Purchasing AgentL- OUISVILLE KY Fresn hot pies English Kitchen 1l 1 ATTENTIONthats what the boy needs his clothes toosee that you select garments he personally likesif you do hell take good care of them We think anuR CB W sweater would hasjustsuit your tastethe boys too MisseshIghest r J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY jBe Satisfied For Once lMost everybody hits more or loss trouble with FLOUR and it is generally because they do net get tho right kind Then why dont they stop buying poor FLOUR and get the best and ho satisfied t s Our Golden Crown and Farmers Choice ii Flour are unconditionally guaranteed to give satisfaction Absolutely Pure Always Reliable 1 STAR ROLLER MILLS CLOVERPORT KY WwtNtJ tA tItNJtA CloverportIs OC8 C8iIlIIIUU Prorn be a very suitable location Our community certainly owes plantshaveto this section timid tho magnitude of thcsn plants is not a small one We can simply say that our future is a bright one and that is pleasant to relate i The W Be Oelze Jewelry Store Has been added to our number and tho lino of Jewelry und Music Goods ho is handling iis entirely now in the mercan tile history of this town The line of Jewelry carried at the V B OtiLZK STORE is not to be duplicated outside of our cities and this community owes its patronage in return The most interesting filing about this store is tho prices made hero on everything in the stock carried JIsis prices are cheaper than have ever been known hero before and the cities offer no inducements whatever to the purchaser of nico hollWhencomo around and see if these statements arc not true You will miss a good time if you fail to bo on hands at this con test And you will miss a good bargain if your Jewelry or Watches are purchased other than hero Come I fWrW FarmersOur want column is a seller of fann products If you have cat tle horses hogs sheep or any kind of stock or produce to sell nnrt want to Ret good prices just advertise in the want column of T11H BRECKKNKIDGB NEWS ce r lr dO I j ili l The Breckenridge News JWEDNESDAY1 OCTOBER 21 1003 JOCKEYS IN TRAINING Keeping The Weight Down iis Not a Difficult Problem FATTENING FOODS AVOIDED It Is n popular belief a well knows trainer sold to n reporter recently Unit n jockey lies to resort to nil sorts of injurious practices In order to keep his weightl within required limits The Idea however Is n fur stretched one Of course n Jockey has to go through certain exercises onch day and hUll to be very murb more careful regarding what he puts In his stomach than most tropic In order to keep his weight down nil from acquiring a superfluity of flesh lull IIP certainly dots nut starve iilnistti Sts IH generally supposed If lie did si he would break down entirelyI III a v ry short time A jot key must dUo boo in the best possible physlial trim and have his wits about him be fore a rues and to attain that he must be careful how he uses hits constitution Tliw lift two very Important thing R Jockey has to consider In studying his dietary II must see to It that his food is of tilt IIKSI ijtiallty and that it contains unit tiully no flesh forming prop attics Ail such fattening foods as for Instance soups beef pork potatoes paddings uixl pastries a Jockey must tony lilniKtlf Coffee ten or other drinks am only token very moderately ae all liquids help more or less In Putting on wVs- hAltlioiiKh n Jockey has to eschew such foods there are many other varie ties which he gets Just as much pleas ure In eating and which nt the seine Unit are equally as good tied strength lining for his constitution A tow days Ibefore n Taco a Jockey who has a mount In It will trot stint himself pro tiled lie has no fear of ovortlpping Ilia proper weight for tho race in any thing which ho thinks will not interfere with liU digestive appaitttus Some Jockeys of wares take on aid lowe UeHh quicker than others I love known one or two who were par ticularly anxious to ride In certain iera but for which they were perhaps M much as eight or nine grounds too I Beery who rfduewl that weight In the same nnm r of days To accomplish that however they have to resort pine tically to a starving diet leaving as little aa the strain on the vitality will permit without betaking down and try ing to reduce their overweight by car tain sweating exerclss It Is needless to Wry that io jockey could stand too frequent repetitions of such severe measure to subtract from his weight without danger of iterniancntly Injur ing his health and even sacrificing his life still miuijr willingly resort to such get IlKht weight quick method where see good opportunities of making I Ithe or a pile of money for thorn I selves i qt west be remembered that by IInI ture jockeys as a whole are not of nub tantlal physique or luiixwlngI In height although they are us tough ns whipcord IIf they were therefore to Indulge every day In the henry bill of work+ Jtbatt they would increase much In weight or height You often see jockeys In the big hotels and restaurants nt the various racing sections after It race tucking In big and expensive din item with a gusto and relish that would give a chronic dyspeptic an aj petite for hard tack Wniklur riiauiii cycling puncula Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and llessens ambition beauty vigor In and one and soon when the kid neys are out of order or Kidney trouble has become so that Is not uncommon for a to be afflicted weak kid If the child urln ales too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted bed wettinpb depend upon It the cause of I the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first I step should be towards the treatment of i unpleasantikidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effort of f SwampRoot is soon realized sold Irsi1bydruggists You may dollarI fifty I sample bottle by mall cheerfulness disappear diseased prevalent It child born with neys It with Ills 1 free also pamphlet tell nome of sruapjioot Ing all about It including rrany of the thousands of testimonial letters received + I from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer r fit Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper I Dont make any mistake hut remember the name BwnmpHoot Dr Klllmofs Swum r Hoot and Urn address Binghamton N Y ou every bottle t L f 1 I Try forHealth I 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill that I was compelled to Ilie or sit down nearly all the time My stomach was so weak andupset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate without great pain and coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Brighta disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to mo what they called it and I had no de siro to live A sister visited mo from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wino of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believo that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Mrtatas 7 Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supremo effort to le well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist to day WINBCARDUI the bug mug hurdle Jumping are tutor Ito exercises among Jockeys to keep their weight down On going out for n walk or run they wrap themselves in the thickest of woolen sweaters end other heavy clothing no matter how high the temperature may be and the exercise Is kept up for n distance per Imps of eight or nine miles or as we say until you are drowned In sweat Turkish baths are also frequently In dulged In by many and they must wear excessively warm clothing after and also when going for a gallop no matter It the weather be boiling hot I should say that ten or twelve years Is the average of a Jockeys ac the turf life The length of his career however depends a great deal on his riding ability and luck Jockeys are sot of n saving class and with but few exceptions I know of none who hats ever managed to put enough money tinny to keep him i fvtn holt decent comfort after retiring from the turf The majority however succeed In scraping up a bank roll of mi nillent dimensions to start In some business IIke retired pugilists they have n fondness for the liquor busi taws and I know n few one time Jock eys who art prospering In that treats In different parts of the country Others again become bookies poolroom keepers and enter Into such businesses ns enable them to gratify their Inveterate love for gambling I know of only one exJockey who Is an exception to this rule lie retired some years ago with r0000 to his credit and he Immedi ately went Into tho real estate business In New Jersey Today he Is doing well He was fortunate enough however to receive n good common school educe tion In his surly boyhood days and tlmts a thing Jockeys very rarely got Outside of their knowledge of horse manship time green majority are as Ignorant ns red Indians New York Times A Perfect Painless Pills the one that will cleanse the sys tem set the liver to action remove Miu bile olear the coinplextion cure headache and leaves n good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly rind effec unity are DeWitts Little Early Ris ers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind SOS All other pills I have used gripe and eicKcn while DeWitts Lit tle Early Risers ore simply perfect Hold by all Druggists Wifes Letters Are Sacred The gratification of a husbands idle curiosity iu roeivlng nnd opening his wifes letters against her protest will no longer be afforded This is the command which has gone out from the poftoflice department As a result of repented requests by postmasters throughout the country for a rullna in the matter this notion hits been taken The ruling is as follows A hus band has no right to receive the mall addressed to his wife against her wishes As to the mall addressed to the children the father has the pii r right to receive it unless there be son e particular circttnistuucoa Iin the case which tho Department might take Ito consideration on n statement of the facts being presented State Building Half Completed The Kentucky State building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis is now CO per cent completed is entirely under roof and will be ready to turn over to the Board of directors of the Kentucky Ex- hIbit Association about December 1 Repairing Railroad Trestle Tile L H t St L railroad treste over Glover creeK is bell g xtiutny repaired by the bridge crew The crew was at work last week putting in new ties and stringers tHr rr lt- t i i rl KINKEAD TO SPbAK HERE Judge R C Kinkcad of Louisville will speak at Oelze storeroom in this city at 2 ocloqk in the afternoon Thursday Oct 22 Judge Kinkead will speak in the interest of the Republi can State ticket He is one of the bast speakers sent out this full by the Re publican campaign committeeI and it will pay everyone to be present and hear him He is h calm and yet H very forceful speaker and does not offend members of the opposition party bv abusing their lenders nud their platform as he is entirely free of this odious trait Judge Kinkead was one of the lead inij lawyers tor the defense in the trial of Caleb Powers and what ne says about this event so interesting to all Kentnckians can be relied on as being true Judge Kinkead will be the only Re publican speaker who will be in Clo verport during the present campaign Chamberlains Cough Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanently but prevents these diseases from result- Ing In pneumonia It is also a certain cure for croup Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby ns to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration Hit is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by Short t Haynes New Flues in Boiler From last Friday until Monday all the men at the L H S St L snaps who had machines were laid off on account of lack of steam to run the mechanical and woodworking depart ments Only one of the two boilers was used as a force of men were at work putting a set of new flues in the other bailer Dieting lathes 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 ne comes an easy prey to disease Kodnl Dvspepsm Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and as similate all of the wholesome food that one cares to eat amid is n never fail ing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia mud nil stomach troubles Kodnl digests what you ent maires thutom tan sweet Sold by nil Druggists Elects Old Officers The directors of the Louisville Hen derson maid S Louis raihoad held their nnniial meeting Thursday in Louisville for the election ot officers mad transaction of routine business No change III the incumbents were wade mind no other questions of im portance wore oonsider d The officers reelected ore Attilln Cox president Harry Weissinger vioe president Ridgley Cnyco secre tary H V Sanders treasurer mind James P Helm general counsel The annual report to the htoukhnlders was submitted live reeks ago and showed the road to 10 in a prospeious condi tion Stops the Cough and Works otf the Cold Laxative Uromo julnlne TableM uri H cold Inoueduy No Cure No Pay Irlne Sic New Brick Pavements F T Heser line laid a brick pavement in front of hIs handsome new res idence on First street Julian Brown is preparing to lay a brick pavement in front of his store on Main street MINTONEINSTANTLY HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT 13 PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nerrou lieu CURBS Dlzzlnei CURBS Nausea CURT a Sleeplessness CURBS Because it reduces Inflammation quiets the nerves and corrects the stomach Ll- ltn 2ib S TARFORK Mrs Annie Bates is visiting in OwensboroMr Mrs P H Keenun visitel at Ouster Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ella Keenan and Miss Maxie Jackson went to Hardinsbnrg Monday Mrs Amanda Philips of Hartford is visiting her father Charles Weather ford Miss Z Chambless was out with her kodim taking pictures Sunday after pool Floyd Lancaster ot Askins took dinner with Mr mind Mre L C Tau Wednesday Misses Emma and Enoln Bnrdett were the guests of Miss Maggie Keenan Sunday Misa Pearl Bates is attending the p otracted meeting at Corinth the guest of her mother Mrs Sallle Bland Len Keen on and mother Mrs F A Keenan visited nt McQundy Saturday and Sunday and were the guests of J B Bates and family- L C Taul our mercnnut at this place line returned from Louisville with a new line of fall mind winter goods Call and see him Gained Forty Pounds InThlrty Days For several months our younger brother hart been troubled with indi gestion He tried several remedies but got no beueHit from them We pur chased some of Cbamberlainss Stom tab and Liver Tablets and he com menced taking them Inside of thirty lays he had grind forty pounds in flesh He is fully recovered We have lad a mood trade on the Tablet HOLLEY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by Short Hay nes Tell City Authors Book Dr Anson Evans of Tell City re ceived last week from the Ltbrarlan of congrsss a copyright on his book of poems entitled The Fiddle and the Dow Dr Evans lies written many poems of more than ordinary merit and Interest He is also a fine violinist and is known to a number of people in this viuimty who comment favorably on his literary works Jn marked contrast to the great number of patent medicines cure mills dud secret preparations is Wnlthers Peptonized Port J his preparation claims no magic virtues has no mysterious composition and does not presume upon the intelli gence of the people by pretending tome I a sovereign cure for all the ills to which the flesh is heir W lthers ieptouized Port comes ns n common sense tonic composed cf two well knnwu remedIesPort wine und pepsin about tne efficacy of which there is uo question A R Fisher sells Wnltbeis Peptouized Port Small size 50 cents large size i103 FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS For Rates and Information address H I McQUISB W R POWE Tr Puss Agent General Agent CINCINNATI OHIO I IINNNNNNINIINNNII ii I 18 DOLLARS i I I from LOUISVILLETo I TEXASI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA i and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURN i VIA THE POPUL- ARHendersoni i Route I DATES OF SALE IISeptember 15 1903 October 20 1903 RETURN LIMIT 21 DAYS ASK US FOR INFORMATION- E I M WOMACK G L GARRETT City tussr Agt Traveling IussrABt L J IRWIN Gen Passenger Agent Louisville Ky I f r4- i 1Il fjI a L r 1k MSTIPATION t A SURE q1I INDICATOR Mr OP SERIOUS d DISEASES f The first thins necessary to perfect health Islto havo your bowels move regularly If they dont iouro bound to be sick Your pbrslelan knows Itho asks about your bowels he rives any medicine Nine out of ten cases of sickness arc due iu constipation Its tho Sure Indicator of More Serious Diseases Is It not reasonable to sup polo that the organs of your body cannot perform their proper functions If your system Is all clogged up with waste poisonous matter It cannot bo otherwise Constipation brings on Dyspepsia Headache Biliousness Piles Blood Disorders k Neuralgia Rheumatism Ulabewil Bronchitis and other fatal disease Tho first Intimation that You arc constipated take DR THACHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP II The Rood to Good Health Dont welt This romody ls tho most effective for stimulating and strength ening tho bowels to perform their proper functions It purifies the blood clearsII tho complexion aids digestion and makes perfect health polblo Ask rour drul1st today and purchase a bottle of Dr Thachpr Liver and mood Syrup O cents and 5100 per bottle Dr Thachers Liver Medicine dry 2 cents Write our consultation department and receive free advice Send twocent stamp for sample boUleeTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga Tennessee i p 7 IIFor f- ASK ME theII information regarding the wonderful possibilitiesi of new country just being opened up 9 BEAUTIFUL INDIAN 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Machine ShopaEWill Open For Business About October 1 f 9- r 11a 5r J auhoi L j H a The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Y OCTOBER 21 003 f h 8- ill +++++++++++++ +++++ s I Okhuhoma iAs Seen by a Huncock County Mun +hFdd3 PPhI + hhdddddd Fhdt r Skillirmn Ky Editor of the Brecg enrldge News Dear Sir Having just returned from n trip through Missouri Arkansas Texas I Indiana Territory nrtt Oklahoma I thought an account of my trip might be of interest to your readers espec itdly those wanting to seek homes in the West 1 left tikillman on the morning of Sept Ifl via the L H at L R R f 730fway station I found it crammed and jammed to las utmost capacity with home seekers from all parts of the Central States and ull headed for Ok lahoma It was estimated that there were more than four thousand home I seekers besides the regular line of passengers and was termed by the St Louis morning papers astiThe Jam All out golug trains were held over 6m four to five hour in order to give the homeseekers a chance to get their ticket exchanged and get their respect Ive trains TWRS delayed until the next evening and got out when there was more room I passed on down tne St L Southern on the Cotton Belt Route through Missouri and Arkansas and arrived at ML Pleasant Tex where I made my first stop Here I fonud the people hospitable and kind and the surround ing country in a thriving condition My next stop was at Sulphur Spring in Hopkins county Here I was re ceived with outstretched arns and a k hearty welcome I found the people t here a kind truehearted Christain people and a thriving little city Here toe land is more suitable for diversified farming Peaches pears apples and all small fruit grows to perfection here as the land is high and warm and of a fray sandy nature Tomatoes beets strawberries and all kinds of garden truck also seem to thrive and d well here- I next stopped at Commerce then at Ft Worth Then via the Santa Fe to Perry Okla in Noble county Here I found a thriving little ciy with ra population of about 8700 with four flchurches and about ten time four sa loons four banks two railroads ten hotels ifld some thirty business i houses all of whicn make this one of the most hustling little towns in Okla homaI in the city a few days PP and then took a look at the surround lug country I found H a high rolling prairie land ranging in color from cherry red to a dusky brown But it 1 1seemed to be very productive for all or ps that mature in the early summer months Wheat oats barley and all kinds of garden truck do well here In fact any thing that does not mature In the hot summer months Indian corn does but little good and oultl vat ed grasses will not thrive on any of the soil that I saw The only grass used for hay is the wild prairie grass i V which yields from 800 to 2000 Ibs per acre and sells from 1450 to f600per ton Wheat yields from ten to eight 3en bushels per acre and was selling at COo per bu while I was there All kinds of fruit do well here I enjoy ed the lucions peach all the while I was here and the crop was not ex haunted when I left Unless the farmers ohonge their modes of farming it is only a question of time when Oklahoma will be fari behind in agricultural pursuits I saw i inany fields that had been seeded to I wheat for ten successive years and crop rotation was not once talked of while I was there In fact there is nohting 1 1to f rotate with except alfalfa and rye 1iIwhich is raised only by a very few l The red man has his bounds and does j uot encroach on the white man except f uottefucatfld Indians who are as intelligent I a people as I ever saw while those who MO termed the Old Nesters are R still iu an almost uncivilized stateyet I tI they are not savage as of old H While I was at Guthrie the capital 4til tIeteiritory it was my privilege to see the Alt E Conference of both territories in session nut it has been rC X ulte a while since I looked upon as r tine loaning body of men At the same I Itimeand city the Free Masons of both territories had their annual banquet Ir Constipation Does your head ache Pain bacK of your eyes Bad taste In your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 2Sc Al druggists r baanutaibrown DYEtk eat er MMnn e R v414 I ill whiskers en tMI N H and seemed to enjoy themselves with that joy known only to those of the order And strange as it may seem while the two bodies were in session in Guthrie the Baptists of both terri tories were there holding their conven tion in Oklahoma City anti enjoying their annual fetivitles All these bodies seem to be in harmony and are work ing for the good of the cause and the enlightening of the people Many of the civilized Indians are members of the churches and a leading Free Mason told me that they made the very nest of Masons I will endeavorin next weeks issue of the News to give a more minute dis cription of Oklahoma its advantages and its disadvantatesfor the benefit of the homeseekers 0 P Polk SKillman Ky Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no moneysimply 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 bank an shoulder bladesBhlfting painsdl1B oulty in moving fingers toes or lags bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawKing spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specKs flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 80 or 40 years stand ing after doctors hot springs and pat ent medicines bad all failed Most of these cured patients had tauen Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated oases 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 describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ua A personal trial of Blood Balm Is better than a thousand print ed testimonials so write at once Facts About American Women To day 5000000 woman of the Uni ted States are at work in 400 different occupation A hundred years ago less than 100 women were employed in the factories of the country There were not many women teachers and not many workers of any sort outside of domesto life In 1840 there was not a college in the world open to womenfifty years later there were 303 coeducational colleges and 170 womens colleges ana only 127 for men In 1000 there were 34407 women in college and 53407 man and in the same year degrees were given to 14203 women and to 10704 menmore than onethird as many women as men Saves 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 remedie s failed we saved her life witu Dr Kings New Discovery Our nie e had consumption in an ad vanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Dis covery as to no other medicines on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50 o and 103 bottles guaranteed by Short Haynes Trial bottle free Kentuckys Rural Routes There are how in operation in Kentucky 243 rural mail routes When ever a route has been established Iit is so satisfactory that it is a rare thing that the people would be willing to have it discontinued Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becomicg quite as popular in many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It is prepar ed for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accus tomed to call upon physicians for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Li quid from which is 75 Ots including a sparring tube All druggist or by mail Ely Brothers 50 Warran St New York Navigation on the Ohio The number of miles of navigable waters embraced in the Ohio river system is 4400 with a population of 11087677 The number of passengers carried on the Obis river alone for thp calendar year of 1003 was 4517035 Amount of tonnage handled on same during the past year consisting of general tnerchandiseconl etc 12202 01 7 tons Tobacco 28 Years Old In Short Huynes show window is a leaf of tobacco 28 rears old It was place there by J D Brnshnar In the window also is a sweet potatoraiswl by Joe Smart of near town that weighs four pounds = = WINNING FAME AS ARTIST The following article from the Al buquerque N M Morning Journal will be of interest to the renders of the News as Miss Grace Sulzer is a daughter of Mr J F fculzer of the old firm of J F Sulzer Bro formerly of this city and n cousin of Messrs J C and Emil Nolte of the well known firm of JU Nolte Bro of this city A gift to the University of New Mexico the most valuable work of art owned by the institution and especial Ily notable in that it is the work of an Albuquerque girl was received jester day This is a bunt of Dr W G Tight president ot the University and it was made and presented to the Uni versity by Miss Grace SulzEr an Al buquerque girl whose work in sculp ture and plaster cast has won her much praise in Chicago and placed her on the high road to fame and great success The bust is a remarkable likeness It has been splendidly executed and the artist has caught the peculiarly pleasant expression which is immedi ately noticed in the Doctors face an expression which is somewhat hard to describe and which must be equally or more difficult to embody in clay It is the expression of deep Interest in yon and everybody and everything appar ently and which has won Dr Tight many a friend In all other details the work is murvellously good It is best described as a striking likeness something by the way that most of our modern sculpors seem well able to do withoutThe bust is to be displayed for a few days in one of the windows of the Fox jewelry store on South Second streetMIPS Snlzer is the daughter of J M Snlzer of this city She grew into womanhood in Albuquerque and re ceived her preparatory Education in the Chicago University and for the past two years has been a student of ChicagoIwhere sha nas been under the best ar tist of that city Some of her work has attracted considerable attention and the critics pronounces her one of the coming artists of America The great American trouble is indigestion largely a result of the great American habit of hnrrv Hastily swallowed meals are probably the great cause of indigestion The stomach is given more than its share of work and is weakened The first thing to do in correcting the trouble is to stop fast eating The next thing Is to take a good digestive ton ic to strengthen the digestion and en rich the impoverished blood Such a tonic is Walthers Peptonized Port n simple combination of pure pepsin and good port wine to be had at A R Fishers Small size 50 cents large size 100 125 Miles an Hour An electric car on the Marlenfield Zossen experimental line near Berlin Germany reached a speed recently of 125 miles an hour The engineers are determined to try for still higher peed and venture the opinion that they will be able to attain the rate of 140 miles an hour i rake Injo ills House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his troubles was arrested and now hes entirely cnreJ They are guaranteed to cure 23o atShort Haynes Returns t Montana Mrs C F Pusey who tins been at Ekron has returned to MoiUunit She is now at 20 West Park street Butte Montana READ THIS Louisville Ky June 18 lOOtDr- E W Hall St Louis MoDenr Sir Since taking thw agency for the sale of your kidney remedy Halls Great Discovery a year agn we have sold several gross and have never heard a complaint about the remedy On the praisethepreparation ble cures have been reported to us of parties that have been cured of kidney trouble by taking one bottle of your preparntions with your great remedy wo beg to remain Very respectfully T P TAYLOR CO A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in caildren If not sold by your druggist it will bo sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small battle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testi monials Said by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street t TABLE TALK OVER THE COFFEE- The talk that evening began with the fad of the Vegetarians and their beliefs It soon developed that the beauti ful Miss Schuyler thought herself a t1Vegetariannflut said Dr Smith what do you eat n All kinds of vegetables and fruit said she then I dnnk milk have eggs for breakfast besides at other meals I eat butter pudding cheese and cake and tell every one they ought to do as I do I feel so much better The doctor looked astonished And you call that vegetarian My dear young woman dont you know that butter eggs and milk are animal feeds Then too it is a mistake to urge others to follow you What is good for you may not be good for others The Esquimo of the Arctic regions couldnt support life on a vegetable diet Some animal food is necessary to keep heat in his body On the other hand besides the individual peculiarities and the climate the condi tions under which each person lives would make it a mistake for you to rec ommend to everybody to follow your examplenAt the same time con tinued the doctornI have come to the conclusion that fully onehalf of the Will Locate In the West Mr and Mrs Alfred Polkof Tobins port have sold their farm of sixteen acres to Willis Ryan for 1200 and will leave in about a week for Lind say Indian Territory where Mrs Polk has a brother in business To Cure A Cold In One Day AlldrugJlstsE w Orves signature son each box 2ftc THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits at follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will issue a Time Deposit note and mail you or the amount Stockholders are liable for all they are North ird St Opposite Court louse B H POINDEXTER Cashier rF = 2 j Is PIKE JI chronic complaints which embitter life are due to stomach disorders which could just as well be avoided Now Smith interrupted Miss Schuyler n I know youre going to tell us all just what to do and that when our stomach be gins to trouble us and we have dyspepsia or what not we are all to march in line one after the other into your office and have our stomach pumped out No thank you I tried that when I had dyspepsia heart palpitations and dizzy spells so bad 1 thought Id go mad and then when I struck the pump treat ment b thought Id go maddersI But fortunately just about that time I saw something in the paper which made me think I said if hundreds of others can be cured by such simple treat ment as taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical three times a day I think Ill try I did try and in two months I was sound and well those horrid stomach pumps and then best of all I wrote to Dr R V Pierce at Buf falo N Y and asked his advice in my case and he told me how to care for myself how to exercise diet etc and that didnt cost me a cent Then I bought his book the Common Sense Medical Adviser and now I know just exactly how to live to be a hundred in the shade IN THE The Passenger Department of the Illlnol Central Railroad Company is Issuing month circulars concerning fruit growing vegetal thMatesIsslppt and Louisiana Every Farmer o Homtseeker who will forward Ills name an address to the undersigned will be millie free Circulars Nos I 2 34 and 5 and other us they are published from month to month P W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and thud Tuesdays o each month special homeseekers ant colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas ity to points in Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars And for single tri tickets oue half fare plus two dollars u + + + ++ + + i TT M H GABBERT ii- ofS Elizabethtown Ky iiDISTRICT AGENT FOR = f HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK i o oTHE LARGEST COflPANY IN THE WORLD j I This company writes FLUE and TORNADO jI INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on farm and 2 town property Prompt settlements in case of loss Prompt attention given to any matters that may condo up iI Be HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky = C 0 0 + + 0 + NN THE Fifth Avenueit HOTEL Louisville Ky CAMPBELL grIo Dr stopand Discovery againwithout FARMING SOUTH Territory LIGHTNING guaranteed iJ h tfirstclasstt- t 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts iof the city- Everything 1 neat and cleanjj 3r t i3r rjera f FarmersOur want column is n seller of farm products If you have cat tle horses hogs sheep or any kind of stock or produce to sell and want to get good prices just advertise in the want column of THE BRECKENKIDGE NEWS n I cant dispute ytur statement for It is undoubtedly true said the doctor N I have seen many cases in my practice of dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach cured by that Discovery of Dr digestion stomach and not only that but it builds up the general health by enriching the blood and stimulating the liver into healthy action Nervous feelings of de spondency and the blues are done away with because the nerves are fed on rich pure blood and they no longer cry out for their proper food No man or woman can be strong or feel happy who is suffering from indigestion because when the stomach is diseased theres a dimi nution of the red corpuscles of the blood this is why one dont sleep well Is languid nervous and irritable The WorMs Dispensary Medical As sociation of Buffalo N V the proprie tors and manufacturers of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery are willing to r Forfeit 3000If they cannot show the original signa ture of the individuals who volunteer the testimonials below anti of the writers of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly publishing thus proving their genu ineness Words cannot express what I suffered for three years from the effects of a torpid liver writes Jas K Hawkins Kq Presi dent Order of Golden Circle No 41 of America Box 1038 St Louis Mo Had I but known of your Golden Medical Dis covery sooner what misery I might have been spared I was bilious tongue was coated appetite poor and I had frequent distressing pains in the side and under shoulderblades but within a week after I commenced Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery there was a marked change for the better no I kept on using it three times a day for over a month with an occasional dose of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets to regulate the bowels and the results were all and more than I could wish My appe tine is splendid I feel ten years younger and am entirely free from pain of any kind Your Golden Medical Discovery is cer tainly all that its name implies and I grate fully endorse it Mrs Alice Kverly of Creedville Ohio says Sometime ago I wrote you in regard my case asking your advice also what I needed in the medicine line The advice came promptly and after following your directions I find myself entirely relieved or- an distressing symptoms of my old troub les and feel I am entirely cured I had liver complaint and indigestion of the bow els Took eight bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery also three vials YourIremedies have proven very satisfactory in my case and I am delighted to be my old self once more I thank you for your good and valuable advice which was so promptly given My husband is taking the Golden Medical Discovery and also feels that it is doing him good One thing we are very positive of is that it will give a wholesome appetite when all else fails SEND to Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N yor a FREE copy of the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser For paper covered copy enclose 21 onecent stamps to rover tnaiiittff only Cloth tound jt stamps MEAT MALT IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE I ITHE Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEFand PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January M roes MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky I Gentlemen Having examined your Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with Its composition and mode of manufacture I can state that It is an etocient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and PwstratlansodpL D KASTEN DINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Louisville Kjr CASPERKEat Jewelry and I IInsurance Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set ding estates All collections reas unable Cloverport Kentucky Sour I StomachNo iIiness headache constipation bad breath d ofdcures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with I reconstructiveIonly cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and linIngI1 for baby I Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottle only SI100 Size holding 254 times thatrlal site which sells for 50 cents I OHIOAaoI i TYThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1003 ADDITIONAL LOCAL SOo box paper for 24cJ D Bob IngeJ W Pate was in Owensboro Well nosday For up to date papering seeCoe nen Bros Louis LxMont was on the sick list last week Mrs Clarence Board will reside i this city tins winter Darnell Dowden spent Sunday at t home in Brandenburg Eugene Kingsbury returned Thursday from Jolly Station Bridles collars whips backhands eto Babbage K Son Mrs U B Skillman entertained alt i euchre last Wednesday evening Miss Margaret Skillman entertained d at euchre one evening last week For a panel stile crown or uppe- ther4 treatment seeCoenen Bros Mrs F T Heyser and daughter Ray are in Louisville this week We can serve you a dinner for 25e that will satisfyEnglish Kitchen J A Connor came dpwu from Rome Ind Monday to visit relatives Were too busy in spring to dio your work so see us nowCoenen + BrosMack Miller and Norris Board spent Sunday in Henderson the guests of relatives Colliers Weekly contains pictures of the West Point maneuverslOuJ D Babbiipe John Allen Murray saw the parade of the regular troops nt West Point last Wednesday Mrs Wm Minor of Holt was the guest of Mrs W H Bowmer several days last week Mr J H Massey ind children of lIoDanlel were guests at the Squires House lust week Mrs JasG Stevens of Louisville was the guest of Mr mid Mrs W H Bowmer lust week Leave word at News office and have Coenen Bros call on you with samples of their work T J Coenen of Coenen Bro of Morganfield and Earlington was in the city Friday on business- J N Paxton of Patesvllle went to Owe tsboro Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs C T Sutton Misses Jmie and Louise Tabor of Hiiwesville were the guests of Mr and MM Eugene Goff Sunday Capt Win Weatherholt of Tobins port presented the News with a tine stalkI of green peppers last week Muss Lyiiia Clnrkson of Big Spring who has ueen the guest of Mrs J T Skillmau returned home yesterday Perfeotng dresses are made by But terick Patterns We can get you n pattern in three dllsJ D Bab agoMr and Mrs Alfred Polk and fami Tobinsportlortmuke their home Mrs Robert Moorman entertained the Ladies Rending Club last Thursday afternoon Mrs C B Skilluian will entertain next Thursday Mondayfrompastorate to see about shipping his Household goods to that place He will return to Mt Carmel toauy Mr and Mrs A B bidllman and C W Moorman Jr went to Louis vine Monday to attend the dedication of the new Masonic building Mr Skillmiin represents the local chapter and Mr Moorman the Blue lodge In a few weeks tile well known firm of Coenen Bro will be in the city with u full line of samples oi wall pa per burlape etc and wit bo prep lroi to bang all goods prompt ly They also take contracts for paint w Gray i j My hair was falling out and turning gray very fast But your Hair vigor stopped tc falling and restored the natural colorMrs- E Z Benomme Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair 1 Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray nair If not use Ayers Hair Vigor In less than a month your gray hair will have all the dark rich color of youth JIM a bottle All drartUt If your druggist cannot supply you send ne one dollar and we win express you a bottle Be sure and glee the name of TOOT nearest express office Address J 0 AYER CO Lowell Mass ing graining etc and guarantee all work If you wish to be called on leave order at News office Theodore J Coenen representing Ce non Bros was in town last Thursday figuring on some high grade decorat ing to be done ly tome of cur gcodI citizens The firm consists of three brothers all of whom served their apprenticeship before going into buslI ness Harry J manages their establishment at Morganfield Ky Eugene Aha 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 importance throughout the State Within the last anI Methodist church at Marion Bap tist church at Highland C P church at Hands and at present are froscoe ing Old School Presbyterian church at Sturgis Will be hero in a few weeks Mr Patterson Recovering Mr James Patterson of Lewisport who was severely hurt recently by being thrown from a wagon by driv rapidr ly recovering His collar bone was broken and he was painfully injured otherwise Your Uncle Fuller Coming Glendenne Ky Oct 14l00JEI1i- tor of tho Brecuenridge News Dear Sir I see the Old Fiddlers contest comes off Oct 20 You can bet your last dollar I will be there dead or alive This man who played while the Insects entered Noahs ark dont have anyI effect on irenml he will tell you all so after it is over I go nay back and bring up the old pieces that Adam and Eve played in the garden the oldest music on record All I ask is a fair show and if I dont get the prize I will make some nan scratch his head where it dont itch I dont need any snake 0111 am the old snake I himself and ycu will hear me rattle on the 29 I know 1 can win if I dont have to play over twentyfour hours I am good for that long and never play the same old tune the seconds time So you can loon for Uncle Ful s ler I mean all I say and more and iftthey want a step or two of oldfash ioned dancing I can hit a lick or two now I want such men as old Noahtfor our judges and I am safe Here are the names of somemore old tunes three quarters round 01a Sallie Gooden Brick Yard Joe they Eagle Buttermilk and Cider and Charley is a Ladys Man And I will play the zest when T come so look out for your Uncle Fuller Yours Louis Ashley LYNCH LAW It May Ilnve Token Itn Tfnrae Irate atMayor of CJalway About the year 1300 ono Jnm s Fltz Stephens Lieh was mayor of the town of Ol1lwnrn Ireland Ho land sent Ills son on n trading expedition to Spain fwith a Rood cargo nUll ti large sum of money The young titan returned with a ship load of valuable commodities which be reported as having been pur chased with the money and with the f proceeds of the outgoing cargo After Homo time a Spaniard came along de manding pnyment front the mayor for I the goods he alleged had boon bought on credit liy his son The mayor de clined payment OH his son averred he had paid In cash for the goods Unfor i tunately for the latter a sailor who had been one of the crew on examination by Mayor Lynch declared that his unworthy son had spent In reckless debauchery not only the money Intrust ed to him but the proceeds of the cargo as well that ho had tlun bought goods front a large firm on credit and that when one of the partners of the firm chute town to tine slip before sell lug to receive the money young Lyndi murdered the man and had him thrown overboard to conceal the facts from his father The young man was Immediately ar rested and brought before his father onf treaties of his wife and daughters sen upl stairs In his warehouse adjusted a rope around his neck having first se cured it inside and then pushed the young man out of the window where his dying struggles were witnessed by the Inhabitants of the town of Galway In the town records this entry is yet to bo soon James Lynch mayor of Galway hanged his own son out of the window for ilofrnuulng and killing strangers without martial or common taw to show a good example to posterity- It zany be from that Incident that lynch law took its name It Is not a pe culiar Ain icon institution as is commonly supposed but has been practiced In other countries The English had a walled town in Devonshire of the name of Lydford which became noted for the summary punishments Inflicted on notorious offenders They became pro verbial In England as Lydford law and It Is not Impossible that lynch maybe a corruption of Lydford In Scotland It was known as Jedburgh Justice James Lynch a justice of the peace In one of the Piedmont counties In Vir ginia whose methods were both sum mary and severe is also credited with having given his name to this offhand and expeditious mode of dealing with criminals now generally known as lynch law Plttsburg Gazette BRANDENBURG A large crowd in town Saturday and business brisk The Ladles Guild did well with their lunch counter Beokhara day Miss Madee Pnsey is at home from Louisville after a most delightful stay Mrs R H Nevitt and Miss Lena attended Mrs Jane Smiths funeral services Miss Luln Woolfolk was in Louis ville last week visiting relatives and shoppingMr Mrs Howry of Vine Grove were guests last week of Miss JJa Dowden Mrs James Fontaine spent last week with her daughter Mrs Hook of Leavenworth Ind Mr Fannie Deween and little laughter of Kansas are visiting her mister Miss Lida Powell Mr McCarty was called to Owens boro Saturday to see his brother who was in a dying condition This column goes to Louisville this week to see the little granddaughter but Hattie Junior will report James Hutchinson and Henry Moor man have opened their photo gallery md are now reAdy for you to pose T heres a new baby at the home of Beall Grmnell Louisville Laura Louisefor her grandmother and little Louise Woodson Miss Allie Reid has accepted the position of day operator In the Cumber and Exchange Crozier Mclntiro is night operator There will be a donation Thursday and Thursday night at the Methodist parsonage Everybody is cordially invited to contribute and to come in person and spend a social evening Beall Grinnell and little Charlie spent Sunday here Beall IB succeed ng nicely at the Belknap Hardware firm and says it is the very place for a oung man who is not afraid of work The Ladles Aid met Monday after uon with Mrs Jennie King The ciety has done most excellent work lace its organization and is today as 8etive and energetic as in the eigh ies Father Zoeller had services last Sunday The choir under the direo ion of MrsD W Lewisshowed marked improvement The congregation has increased vrey much in the last fear The Rev T L Cr ndell preahed his first sermon on the new year last Sunday The special singing was a IU artet by Mrs D W Lewis Miss Mary Lewis W D Ashcrnft and Urla McIntire Miss Nannle Anderson and Mr Win Tobin were married last Thursday at he brides residence near Guston Friday the bridal party came in and vera guests to dinner of her sister Dirs W m Bassett Willie Bland came down Sunday rom West Point to eat birthday dinner with his father Mr Blends laughter Mrs Henry Cowley and- firs James Bondurant and other riends celebrated the day with him by partaking of a tine dinner Will McGhee spent a few toys at tome this week Ho has been appointed manager of the English Woolen lulls branch in Louisville after hav ig been connected with the head Branch at Cleveland Ohio Making a Complete Road The stone crusher operating on the ardlnsburg and Cloverport turnpike1 has come within one and a half miles of this city from Hardlnsburg A complete road is being made The work will be finished by next week Her Condition Critical Union Star Ky Oct 20Special Mr and Mrs T R Moorman of- Big Spring and Mr and Mrs Ralph mrnons are at the bedside of their relative Mrs W C Moorman whose ondition is critical uother Opportunity for llomeseekers to Homeseek The Frisco System again announces that it will sell tickets from St Luis and Kansas City to points in Oklahoma Indian Territory Kansas and Texas at the very low roundtrip rate of 1500 Opportunities for homes inthe South west are still plentiful and the best lands are by no means all taken up Excursion tickets sold at this extremely icw rate will be good on any of the Frisco regular trains leaving St Louis at 230 p m 835 p tn and iO00 pm October 20and leaving Kansas City 715 pmi and 1130 p m ou the same date If you are looking to the Southwest for a future home this excursion of October 20th is an excellent opportunity to in estigato the country Your own home ticket agent will be able to give you full information as to rates and limits of tickets Write for out interesting booklet en titled New Lands Along the Frisco System by Bryan Snyder and for de tailed information to R S Lemon Secretary Frisco Immigration Bureau St Louis Real Estate Transfer Lucius V Chapin has sold to John W Elder ore farm 100 acres on turn pike road three miles from town Consideration f1400 Sold His Residence U B Stephens has sold his residence in Lewisport to Mr Ed Gregory und has moved with his family to Wickhffe Ballard county Ky UNION STAR James Younger of Cloverport visit ed friends here Sunday Mrs Chappell and Mrs Steward re turned from Garfield Monday- J C Croson was in Louisville to see Barnum R Baileys big show Jas RIcketts is in Hardinsbnrg serving on the petit jury this week Miss Pink RicKetts went to Har dinsburg Tuesday returning the same dayMrs Scott Peckenpaugh of Sample was the guest of Mrs A N McCoy WednesdayMr Mrs Chas Bowman of Mo Quady spent Wednesday in town vis iting friends Mr D S Richardson Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson were in Louisville last week- Franklin Kinoholoe of Hardinsburg was here Sunday the guest of MIss Mary Richardson Mr and Mrs Lowery Smith of Lewiaport were the guests of Mrs BabbagesBargain House t Bargain No 1 15CyardBargainNo 2 IOcatBargain No 3 98cyardBargain No 4 60cforBargain No 5 fo2Co fO m 100 Bargain No 6 125forBargain No 7 66CtorBargain No 8 98cfor BABBAGESOIL I CLOVERPORT KY titter I Wm Milner Friday- J D Shaw cashier of the Farmers Bank at Hardlnsburg was the guest of C M McGlothlnn Sunday Mrs Jim ashman from Peirce Station was the guest of Miss Sallie Cashman Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs Wm L Milner and Miss Virginia Helm Mllner spent part of last week visiting 11 Louisville Clifton Payne of Earned has been employed by the trustees of the Look out school to teach He began Monday Dr Wm Milner went to Louisville this wetc with Mr Will Taylor Can ary to see a specialist regarding the tatters Mrs Mata Roote Dentof Chick L T who has been the guest of Pink Ricketts several days will 1 for her home this week Bate Herndon and Miss Eva H don of Irvington dined with and Mrs McQlothlan Friday T were enronte home from Stephens Miss Eflie Teaff of Hardlnaba has a nice line of ladies hats b readytowear and trimmed at J Savers store house Prices reason and the hats pretty and stylish M Teaff is not here at present but M Blanche Severs will attend to bo nss in her place CadicksGold Flour Because first last and always its pur Bakingresults as good today as wh your mother used it twenty years ag If you liked the bread and pies yo y mother made you can make them equally good yourself Simply ask grocer for Cadicks Gold Dust Flour made by Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND SNm N For 75 CentsBut n feW days remain in which to inako a guess in THE LOUISVILLE HERALDS 10000 Guessing Contest Fifty finmirrvsrhft irnnvonrl guessThereceived First prize is 4000 For 75 cents wo will send THE BRECKEXKIDGE NEWS and WEEKLY HERALD one year and give you one guess in Heralds Guessing Contest Make your remittance to this office ssssm NHNNa sss s ssss mNia NOTICE T- OTaxPiyers I am going to collect taxes and will give you a chance to save the penalty Meet me at the following places and save yourself money and i trouble This may be your last chance before the penalty goes on IIGlendeane Friday Oct 30 1110 4 p m Thursday November 5 IiIi11cDaniels Friday November 6 Make it a point to meet me at these places at the time indicated Taxes must be paid and I must collect earlier than heretofore I want to collect without extra cost to the taxpayer H M BEARD D S B C First and Sixth Districts ms3eIm TICKETS FOR THE OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST You should send in your orders for reserved seats for the OlaFiddlers Contest to be given in Cloverport on October 29 1903 PRICES eyesI IseSeats will be reserved after October 21 Tickets on sale at The W B Oelze store in Cloverport Send in mail orders inclosing the full amount if you want your seats reserved Doors Open Promptly at 715 Performance begins at 8 Oclock I have received over twenty entries to ditto and more expected to enter this week Any ono who wishes to enter should send in their name nt once A great time is in store for tho ones wlio hear this contest Nearly every old fiddler to the man in this county is going to play in this contest and you may know what to expect Remember Clovorport October 29th in tho II A Oelzo vacant storeroom at 8 oclock Any ono under tho influence of intoxicants will pot bo per witted to tho room at time of contest Address communications to THE W Be OELZE JEWELRY AND MUSIC STORE CLOVERPORT KY v