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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f- v 1 I- lrr 3- vhloka t of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSvlll I IJthtens I VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1903 8 Pages NO 15 ts aiGov Buckners Address ntblM To Gov Beckheonob I ITotbe Hon J C w Beokham f 1Itgrieves me to think I have awns t i ened your displeasure Indeed I fear wereIborn at least the incident which call forth the expression of your Indigna- tionu occurred long before that interest 1 ing event III your history The oxac k terms in which your resentment win made Known I have been unable tot learn but the newspapers announce spurthat in a recent speech you were pleased to ineer at my conduct ats ag the battle of Fort Donelson more1 yothan fortyone years ago Tiie provo cation which seems to haf6 elicited this expression of your Indignation rvr appears to have been some remarks of mine addressed a short time ago to the citizens of my county whose voters of all parties you sought four Ayears ago to disfranchise My remarks were purely historical in character Thsy were intended to show the ill effects upon a free gov ernment of the usurpations of a political machine absorbing nil the powers of the State parceling out among its members the different offices of government denying to the people the nght of free choice in the select rtramplingrmen I think my statements were fully established by the evidence of your own avowed supporters- I do not understand that you have called in question tine correctness of Ieanyof these allegations but you rise = in your majesty to annihilate the tea allegator by the supreme logic of a gubernatorial sneer I This courteous notice which you have been pleased to give me demands a tilting ncsnowl dgement The oct of which you disapprove was a public act and therefore like ynpr own public acts is a tit sub V ject of comment Rut there are several essentials requisite to form a just criticism In the first place the critic must kuow something of the subject he is talking about Then his mind must bn free from prejudice and not irritatedi by passion or wounded vanity But above all his judgment must be so tralnea that it is capable of reaching just conclusions from established pre mises How far you may be wanting in these requisites a discerning pnbii c must judge- Concerning the Surrender of Fort Danelson The facts In relation to the action t which you criticize are recorded in the arhlves of the country and can m be changed either by my asser dons or by any novel form of logic employed by you Briefly stated they are these Of the three senior officers at Fort Donelson I was tne junior in rank and subject therefore to the orders of my seniors I urgently advised against placing ourselves within the light entrenchments to be invested and counseled operations outside the works My seniors overruled me as they had a right to do We were completely invested as might have been foreseen and after several days of combats a council of war 1severewas held I then urged a sortie of the garrison as the only remedy left My advise was adopted The sortie was made and was completely success ful My division was Jar beyond tile entrenchments in position to cover the withdrawal of the whole army through the open country behind it when to my amazement I received an order first from one of my superiors and then from the senior commander to return to my former position with in the lines Against this I earnestly protested as meaning the loss of the army But the commander reiter ated his order and I had only to obey 1 returned a distance of three miles to find that a portion of my works had been occupied by the ene my in my absence and it was only r after a severe combat that I held an unfortified line within the works tc At a subsequent council of war it was the unanimous opinion that the con ditions were so desperate that a ca pitulation of the army was an absolute necessity to avoid a needless massa rere by an overwhelmingly superior t forceAfter this determination my two l senior commanders against whose i patriotism and gallantry I have no word to utter thought fit to effect theirs escape on a steamer lying at the wharf taking with them such troops t as could be embarked leaving to me the execution of a painful duty which they had pronounced n necessity The same avennd of escape was open to me but considered it my 1imper- ative duty to taste of the mIsfortunes as I had shared the hardships and dang ers of my gallant comrades The Con federate States government which il might be thought was an Interested party in there transactions saw fit to retire my two seniors from all active duty and to promote me to a higher grade or what they supposed was my proper action on that occasion You evidently dissent from their judgment If your infantile prat thugs could have reached the ears of the Confederate authorities they might perhaps have saved them from the commission of this error Bnt unfortunately yon were not then born nor had flaming comet or other miraculous message informed the world of your approaching advent and the wisdom which would then enlighten- It The Value of the Governors Criticism Your military criticism might nave been more authoritative if it had been fortified by some experience in warfare You might readily be par doned for not taking part in a war which had closed before you were born but after you had attained your May of youth and bloom of Ins iihood with no domestic ties to bind you to your hearthstone your country appealed to her sons to enroll them selves under her banners and to defend her honor against a foreign foe Your competitor promptly responded to the call but no answering echo came from you While he was engaged in extending the area of free government inroad you were associated with a hand of machine politicians who were seoking to restiict It at home Instead of stepping forward to render patriotic service to your country you seem to have found it a more congenial em ployment to criticize those win Ud- And by this style of criticism you are waging what you call an aggressive campaignIndeed the stumps of the State are groaning under the oppressive weight- of your machine orators who may bp seen with oscillating forms und arms md legs swinging with a violence that threatens dislocation while from the distorted features that adorn the center of these gyrations there issues a stentorian voic- eBeuftingfncts by strength of lung And slaying foes with venomed ton gueII The picture if not sublime is at least picturesque It would be a I musing if we did not know that under cover of these oratorical gymnastics there lurks a sinister design It- Is the custom of the juggler when Lie wishes to perform his slight of land tricks to direct the eyes of the spectators to some secondary object BO that under cover of their distracted attention he may execute hie most astounding feats In like manner wade the spectators are amazed at the fantastic gymnastics of the stump jugglers the machine is quietly at work forging tho political fetters which are to bind them like slaves to the car of their masters- It was Tony Lurnpirin who said that while he could read the superscription on his letter he could not decipher the contents though as he sagely remarked he believed that the inside of the letter is the nream of the correspondence Democracy and Its Executioners The car of your machine is labeled ill over Democracy Wnat is withI In Y What sort of Democratic cream does it enclose Lifting the painted veil which hides the contents we see within only the grinning skeleton of the stately form of Democracy sour rounded by its executioners the Goebel election law time Music Ball convention tho campaign of vituperation which sought to dooauch the public mind by breaking dawn all bar riers between right and wrong the con tested election whore the popular will was overthrown by dinfranohising a fifth of the voters of the State the falsification of the legislative records the pretended primary so skillfully engineerd by the machine blood money packed juries and subservient courts halters to strangle men judi cially murdered nothing but false pretense fraud violence and corrup tion I And this is what your machine offers to the people as the essence of w Jeffersonian Democracy I Your own pact in this contest has not been an inconspicuous one A Speaker of the House in the Legisla ture which enacted the iJoebel oleo tion law niul for the passage of which it is understood you were an earnest advocate you must bear your full share of the odium which it excited It all just and generous minds As mi of the chief beneficiaries of the fraud perpetrated by the Music Hall conven tionthe fitting offspring of the Goebel lawyou must be held to your shore of responsibility for disfranchising one third of the Democrats of the State in order to force upon them candidates t hey dm not desire- Democratic Statecraft But your masterpiece of Democratic state craft was reserved for the con tested election When in spite of the frauds perpetrated under the inlq utes of the election law an indig nant people had rejected your ticket and your own partisan board had cer tined to the election of your opponents Instead of abiding by the result you demanded as a means of overthrowing the will of the people that the votes of the people of forty counties which had cast majorities against you should not be counted on the flimsy pretext that the ballots were on paper which was not quite aj thick as you thought it oncht to be yet the votes of a dozen other counties which had given you majorites and which were on the identical sort of paper used by the others anti were furnished by the same contractors were deemed good enough to be received In other words you claim that the State gov urnment can forbidthe people as it nas done to cast their votes in any other way than on the ballots furnish ed by the State and that the citizen utter having exercised this right in the only way that is permitted him may bo robbed of his vote by the caprice of a partisan legislature or a partisan board provided that he rotes against the interests of the machine but if he votes to support- It his vote may bo counted however mat In effect your claim is that the government established to protect the people in the enjoyment of their liberties is nothing but a fraudulent engine to rob them of their dearest rightsIs your Jeffersonian Democra jyt Is this your jealous care of the rights of election by the people Is his your acquiescence in the decisions jf the majority Is this your lidea of right and justice Is it a pretense Ivan to common honesty t The Record of the State Administration I do not care to dwell upon the nokenlng details of the faults cha rged against your administration upon the scandals attached to your benevo lent institutions tne unusual fees paid from the public fund and from the pay of soldiers to favored counsel mad the encouragement of crime by gravestsot be expected that an aduunlstra Jon installed by the fraudulent methods employed could have any regard for the public interests or attain to moral excellence in any of its departments But the latest proposition that you have made is the most mar velous of all your acts As the chief executive of the State the people have assigned to you in a judicial capaci ty the duty of finally passing upon the guilt or innocence of those who may appeal to you for clemency It happens that three men are under sentence of death Their cases are still pending on appeal in the courts They have never come before you for adjudication You cannot possi bly know anything of their guilt or innocence But as you have made the life or death of one of these men a political Issue you promise to with iold your pardon from two of these men and call upon your competitors to declare in advance eveu of an elec tion whether he will pardon the other In effect you propose to gamble for the votes of the people the stake being the blood of men whose cases still pending in the courts nave never been brought before you and who for aught that you know may oe in nocent of the crimes charged against them A proposition moro repellant to all sense of propriety and public duty was never conceived by the bruin of man I I have been induced to refer to sone parts of your political career becau you eeeui to consider that there is some mysterious connection between the attle of port Donelson whit occurred fortyone years ago and your aggressive warfare today aRiiim every principle of Democracy- I attributed my inability to IURcover this connection to my natural ol tusonefis But on referring the question to gentlemen of known anng sty and general understanding in the neighborhood I find that they equally with myself were unable to explain your conundrum I trust yo will take an early occasion to roliev the anxiety ot the people always cage for instruction In such abstrne proli Jems to rend the riddle you here propounded for their consideration I have been advised by some friends whO disapprove entirely of the nab of your machine that I should never theless give them my support n the hope that they may hereafter re form I cannot perceive the wisdom of this counsel I cannot understand what goof would result to the com immunity if u larg body of good amen were to attach themselves to a Laud of highwaymen and while preaching morality to them during the tiny aid them III robbing mid plundering al night This would not oe to reform the bandits but would enable then to perpetrate crimes which they could not commit without the assistance of their good allies Reforms or Rewards Nor cnn 1 appreciate the patriotism of those who seek to reform time per petrators of wrong by rewarding then for their political iniquities I would only be to perpetuate the power of time machine and encourage then in further aggression on tne rights of the people The only proper wa of dealing with such offenses is to bring the robbers to justice for their crimes und by the overthrow of the ring to place it where it will be hum potent of further harm It has afforded me no pleasure to comment upon your public acts In my youth and early manhood I learned to respect and honor sons of you tlifitinguished ancestry Called b the un tIll 111 m ell snfferage of a fret people to offices of the highest digni tty they dischargd their public duties is servants of the people not at slaves of the ring with a fidelity which commanded the applause of their countrymen But you are yet young There mini have been implanted in your nature some of the feeds of that patriotism which illustrated their lives Cultivate them WI th assiduity But do not spread the compost on the weeds To make them ranker but imitate the public virtues of your ance ton that no sculptor of the future maj Iso compelled to engrave on your inonnrnn a paraphrase of an epitaph written by the peoples poet 11 Bright ran thy line 0 Galloway Through many n farfamed sire So ran the far famed Roman way So ended in a mireS BUCKXER Jlen Lily October 24 KlOJl An Open Letter Elizabethtown Ky Oct 24 100U Dear News My attention has been tailed to time fact you speak of Oui Jousm Jeemes amusing you by hit persistency and craving for office Sow my only ambition has been in the line of my profession I am and hav been ambitious to have a chance to servo the people as Circuit Judge This ambition should not be amusing nor should my persistency I have long been u Judge in a large family and with my first and third sons as honored jflicers in the Navy and tne second ii the army why should I not try to give them the pleasure once of saying some dayfly father was a loved ant highly respected Judge If 1 didnt think I could and would make such I1n officer as I know myself I would not seek it as the office is no honor tiniest you make it such I would rather be regarded a good constable than a bad president The only place I over got without persistency was in the Southern army A just generous and fair play loving people will make mE Judge though I am denied a place 01 the ballot after complying with the law by I fear some too partial count clerk Yours truly James Montgomery Wedding Near Pierce Mr Orb Robbing and Miss Jaci Roberts were married near Pterc October 20 F T Heysers Residence Mrs Heysers room in old tapestry effectsMiss Ray Heysers room in French stripes of light blue Miss Hersers room in floral effects Double hull In old Colonial stripes Parlor in dark green ingrain with panel border Dining room in rich delpb blue floral effects Eel Gregory artist HunterBruner Mr Herbert Hunter and Miss Nellie Bruner were married last Wednesday at the residence of Rev Ira L RIe at Chambers by Rev Rice Mss Bruner is a highly respected young lady Mr Hunter is one ot Pellvllles worthy and popular young men Card of Thanks ITHe family of Thomas R Bandy to extend thanks to their ninny friends and neighbors for the kindness and consideration shown them in the late illness of their father The Family u = =i for Lye 3 Starch RELABLEI Absolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Prominent Hmvesvllle Man Dead Hawesville Ky Oct 20John Will Cardor died nere last tyvphold fever He was a citizen nail a member the city coun widow survive u r+ THEY BAL NCEl IQuality4 i PriceII TIll QUALITY our printing balances with the price 1 charge Printing like other lines of trade can be done on a cheap scale und be charged for accordingly The grade stationery linn individual uses shows the ittm and we giI c our customers the benefit it Now if you are needing anything the printing iino such Letter Heads Hill lleads Note Heads Blanks Check Book I Etc would like for you try because know can please you III15he Breckenridge News CLOVERPORT KY +++ + + + + + h e AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA e AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t DONT FORGET THAT a F T HEYSER5 WILL SELL YOU Ivory Soap 6 cakes for25c J Grandpas soap 7 for25cP- eal3 line packaged ddJc 33Gold Dust Washing Powder 8 25c 3 Concentrated box 7c 3 Sapolio bar dddCc 3Elastic boxd 1c- v7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT l THEOLD Pure evening of prominent of cil A and one son him of wo of or t of in as wo to us we wo 3 t 2 Polks Tomatoes can Polks Corn can JOcII Bartlett Pears can Force packageJOc = Quaker Oats package JOe J Scotch Oats package lOc t Lemons per dozenJ6c t- TYVTT VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT hu Be Satisfied For Once Most everybody has more or less trouble with FLOUR and it is generally because they do net get the right kind Then why dont they stop buying poor FLOUKr and get the best and bo satisfied Our Golden Crown and Farmers Choice Flour are unconditionally guaranteed towgive satisfaction Absolutely Pure Always Reliable STAR ROLLER MILLS CLOVERPORT KY I C tea r w r 0y 1 The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1003 STRONG TALK FOR HIS PARTY r Judge Kinkead Reviews Powers Trials and Shows Up Beck hams Pardons ROASTS HARRY YEISSINGER Judge It IX Kinkead of Louisville r spoke to the voters of CInverport last Thursday afternoon in H A Oelzes storeroom in interest of the Republi can State ticket It was a fairsized audience that greeted him and was composed of about tin equal number of Democrats and Republicans Judge Kinkead sp ke in a very forceful man ner and his remarks elicited much enthusiasm His stories and negro an ecdotes to illustrate his points were exceedingly well told and caused much laughter He did not use abusive language and when he hud finished his speech was favorably commented on by Democrats as well as Republi cansJudge Kinkead arrived on the 1010 morning train from Louisville He was met at the depot by a number of local Republicans and entertained during his stay in the city by Oapt J H Row land At 180 Jndge KinKead was in troduced by Copt Rowland and began speaking Ho spoko nearly two hours Judge Kinkead opened his speech by saying that ho was not speaking as a politician and wouldnt tae any State office that might ba offered to him He then referred to Col Harry Weis singer in a uleuxant and humorous way and that he would speak in this city Saturday Ho said that you would hove to catch Harry between breakfast and supper to tell which way he was going to vote and hint no one in Louisville takes Harry Weis singer seriously but Harry himself He then devoted several minutes telling what Democratic greed for Bee hall done for and in the State of Kentucky Among other things he said that it had brought Kentucky to her Knees determined that there should be no majority to rule in the State and had formed ono of the most Heinous conspiracies against human life and liberty ever conceived in the human mind to nang innocent men by appropriating 100000 for the conviction of Goebels murderers Present ocnditions in Kentucky were caused by the Democratic party he said and not f by the Republicans as the Demo cratic press asserts It has caused the Democratic lenders to take the bones of Goebel from the ground Dud rattle II IFor sale by r them from one end of the State to the other One Goebel dead he said has been worth more to the Democratic party than 1000 Goebels alive Col Belknap Judge Kinkeaa said ne has known since childhood and if evr he has had an evil wish he dioes not know it What GovUecknam s future record would be he did not know but said that ho know Col Belknap would not pardon gamblers and men who would slay young girls fleeing for the defense of their honor Judge Kinkead spent sometime re viewing the trials of Caleb Powers He said that he was one of Powers counsel in all the trials but the last ono and know whereof he spoke Ten days utter he had been made Caleb Powers counsel he loomed that Henry E Youtsuy alone tired the shot that killed Goebel Youtsey told him this in n confidential conversation and yet Democratic greed for ofHce prompts Democratic speakers to say that the Republican party is responsible for killing Goebel when they know that Youtsey killed him In Powers first trial in 1000 ne said Judge Cantrill excused the won he did not want out of 100 that had been summoned to serve on the jury In tnis manner he sifted 100 men to suit his own purposes In the second trial in lOOlCuntrill appointed three of the most rabid Goebolites in Scott county to put the names in the box Out of 200 names drawn from the wheel there were 105 Democrats Out of these only six men were secured as jurymen andCantrill sent the sheriff of Scott county over into Bourdon county The sheriff passed Republicans on the road and the homes of Republicans and summoned 10U men 101 of whom were followers of Goebel In the iast trial the jury was solid Democratic In concluding his remarks about Powers trials Judge Kinkead said There never has been and never will be a Repuolican set on the Powers case under Democratic rule unless they see fit to put him there If there is one pardon that will damn Beckham said Judge Kiukead it is the pardon of Ed Alvey the Louisville gambit who lias contrib uted thousands of dollars to tho Demo cratic Campaign Committee At 5 oclock in the afternoon he waj convicted and at U oclock certain Demo cratic officials from Louisville went to Frankfort carrying reasons with them why Alvey should he pardoned That same evening Alvey met certain ilern ocratio officials and said if the pardon uldnt come he would tell it all The pardon came next morning Alveys pardonJudge Kinkead said was one for political purposes He then spoke briefly of tho heinous crimes of Josiah Raliegh and the murderer of Mrs McClanahan both of whom Beckham pardoned although Gov Brown and Gov Bradley both re fused to exercise this prerogative in time formers behalf In an eloquent way Judge Kinkead showed what Col Belknap did for the Kentucky troops in the Spanish Amen BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of Black Draui ht Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers generally keep lILCkDrnullht Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Medicine Co Chat Chattanooga ROCHBLLB GA Jan 30 1901 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine U the best I ever tried Our stock wa1 looking bad when you lent me the medicine and now they are getting so floe They are looking 20 per cent better 8 P BROOKINGTON can war and told how Beckham had calhouned them out of 18000 Returning to present conditions Judge Kinkead compared the Democratic ma chine to a vampire sucking cut the life of the State and quieting the peo ple by saying that its all right because Alex Humphrey has come back to the Democratic party and he wouldnt come back if it wasnt all right There wre hundreds of Alex Humphreys in Louisville n number of year ago said Judge Kinkend and only one of them bus come back He also compared the present administration to that of Bolshnxzer and sod that the day is cowing when another must take its placeTowards the conclusion of his ad dress Judge Kinkead referred again to Uarry Weissinger and said that his cry wnsII Negro domination and that was about nil he knew to talk about He said that the Democrats are not as confident as they pretend to be and predicted Belknaps majority in Louisville would be 5200 In conclusion Judge Kinkead made an eloquent appeal to the voters to cast their ballot for the Republican ticket next Tuesday He told the story of the Ulan who before he was going to do anything would always make a memorandum of It In pus note book Whan the mans father died some of his friends found his note book Under date of Jan 10 it said Bury father WALTHERS m PEPTONIZED PORT Takes Right Hold r torA pleasant tonic v foodcontaining the elements ofnu= trition in easily digestible form Doctors have long prescribed it for invalids conva= lescentsand weak or run= down people 104AI TUEWALTIIEUIEPTOMZEDIOUTCOPittsburgh J TT 1 Wow said Judge Kinkead theres going to be H funeral So I want you to put dawn in your note book Tues day Nov 8 bury Ueckhatu and the whole gang with him to Unwe5vllJe Girl Wins Mrs J L Wilson of Kansas City Mo who was Known as Miss Mollie Pate of Hawesville niece of Major Prescott was successful in carrying off the first prize In the carnival ball at the convention hull during the Priest of Pallas entertainment which was held in Kansas City October 7 Tne Convention hall seated thousands of people the night of the great masque ball and among the hundreds that were there diefeeri in comical costumes Mrs Wilson was awarded the prize as the best and most original character in the bah The judges gave I Mrs Wilson fifty dollars the amount promised for the best entry and costume Hawesville Plaindealer Chamberlains C ugh Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at tho great popularity of Chaniberla ns 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 nooplum or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a babv as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration lit is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly mind very few are willing to take any other after havlng once used it For sale by Short Haynes White Collar Liners Gone The Avalon whichhas been running at odd times for the past few months between Cincinnati and Memphis hue gone up for her last time in that trade She goes to the Tennessee river for this winter This will leave the Ohio open to the Lee lino of Memphis who it is claimed will soon put a line of good boats In the trade The White Collar line of steamers have one by ono disappeared and the company is not in the best shape in the world and will doubtless quit the Memphis and Cin cinnati Irade altogether We can remember some fine boats she had in this trade such as the John K Speed DeSoto Ohio Buckeye State State of Missouri City of Pittsburg Hudson Bonanza Sunshine State of Kansas They are most all destroyed roke Into 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 arrester and now hes entirely cured They are guaranteed to oure 2oo atShort Haynes Was from This County Leitchfield Ky Oct 21Mrs Georgia Houston Bassett wife of James H Bassett died this morning at her home at the Cedars one and a half miles from town Mrs Bassett had been ill for several days hut her death was unexpected She was well known in Louisville having lived there for years and was a member of a prominent family of Breckenridge countyShe leaves a large family of grown children among them being Mrs Julia Chickof Louis7ille i Mrs Frank Gregory ParKland James Bassott Louis ville i Bitch Bassett Frank Bassett Hopkinsville Mrs Mary KinneyMrs S R Dent E R Bassett and J Rob ert Bassott of this place She was the mother of Mrs J J Johnson of St Louis who died about one year ago Mn Bassetts remains will be Interred at Thomas cemetery tomorrow You Know What You Are Taking When you take Groves Tasteless Chill Ton ic because tlio formula Is plainly printed on every battle showing IThat It Is simply Iron and Qulnlno In a tasteless form No cure No pay 1rlco 50c Revenue Receipts Increase Washington Oct 21The monthly report of the collections of internal revenue show that for the month of September 1103 the total receipts were 19708241 n decrease as com pared with September 1002 of 177 123 3 The receipts from the 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0 q = c = 4+1111II1I ++ HHHH+H H+1H+++1+IFI11Ii t f It Was the Finishing Touch That Set Her Off ii DiTTTTIt1 fooTJttottfofoottJtJ4JtoJfoJofooloIoofofofoJIfofoJIJIJtoJf fofofoJIfo 1Milly Lynde was at Donald Dittos at the noon hour waiting as usual for Donald to finish dressing to go to the i matinee Thouwh their dispositions r wdra entirely different the times they a spent together were most enjoyable to each of them Milly Lynde said she could not reo i11member a time that Donald was in 1 tperfect readiness to go to a place when 1she came by for her but this wns not true and Donald was always compell ed to wait ninny minutes after the time they had planned to start for Milly to fix her heft or to pull her I J shut waist down But Milly did not think of this for 1she was overwhelmed with impatience I and could not resist asking Donald complainIngly why she took so much pains in fixing tho finishing touches i on her dress Donald heaved a little l sigh and pretended tine had not heardt f i Ills for she was tired of this ques tion bully had asked her so often 11 Ho Donald did not reply at once l llShe was thinking what a hard effort she wa3 always making to look well 5 r rnotpretty for that was an impossibility J JtorDonaldjust for the sake of the familyIDid you hear what set Elodia McClure ofW she said at last and J have you seen the account of her wed dingl No I havent replied Milly with a grateful smile forgetting that her question had not been answered Do tell me all about it I have not heard a word about Elodia for ages She is such a pretty and charmingly sweet girl she continued Milly when we three together were at college do you remember what peculiar ideas Elodia had about styles and that she would wear at all times one certain color the whole season And oh her ambition and determi nation is the secret of her success Donald said happily Yes 1 remember that she was so original too and I will never forget her nandwriting It is just marvels t ous Do tell me about her marri age Milly repeated pleadingly- It is a real romance Donald said with tone corresponding to the look in t her violet eyes I could never tell you because there is just oceans to it Accounts of the wedding have been in all the eastern journals I have one of r the articles which was clipped from i JaBoston newspaper that you may I readII went absently to a large roll top thoughttbelonged to the men in the household had there not been upon it odds and ends that stamped it a womans possession It was not long before Donald f oand a loug white envelope that contained the newspaper clipping be cause she was a girl who put everything in its right placethough not so right that a hunt for such things would fail to be interesting When Milly took the clippinc she gasped in a relieved way and fell over on the large myrtle leather daveii port by the desk and began to read the article which read A very entertaining and romantic story is told of how the success of a small ladies tailoring establishment achieved in Paris says the New I r rWIlS Blade dcwnto vn firm of LoHelst Co was at the point of I ILaFaette and it was until just be of the winter season DeBoudmanager Deschanip who had for eight years pulled the Company through fairly well against the uptown competition felt like giving up his job It way Saturday afternoon nothing was doing at the house many em ployes were off duty when several member of the firm assembled in the rmaougers office to discuss the situa I 7 tion of the Company DeBond saidI J more about his discouragement than he OJ intended and seemed to De always I on the point of saying things he would rather have left unsaid The office was hot and stuffy every one seemed to be nervously tired so another time was set to meet again at an early date Luckett the advertising manager of the firm remaind in the office with De Bond He had been with the Compa Ofny only a short while but he and De Bond had become well acquainted and were always helping one other over hard places Lnckett was an fF acute observer he learned at once J ithat DeOond needed aid wanted new ideas to boom the trade in tho ap Jin Jincient Foe To health and happiness is Scrofula as ugly as ever since time immemorial It causes bunches in the neck dis figures tho skin inflames tho mucous membrane wastes tho muscles weak ens tho bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops into consumption II A bunch appeared on the left side of my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a t general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparilla and when I bad taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have never had any trouble of tho kind since MRS K T SNYDER Troy Ohio i Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thousands I preaching seasonso he suggested to him that the house run a color scheme The scheme he hall planned himself which was to have one color to pre dominate in the goods mid dress novel tiles of the now stles DeBond liked the idea he was very grateful to Luckett for the suggestion he became encouraged and before another period theyliedscheme For the scheme to be n success it was necessary that the best known cityintroducedo Arrangements and contracts were difficultyTherefore the gods of the correct color which was decided by Luckett to be yellow on tne market before the secret of the scheme reached the uptown com petitors It was not long after the color scheme had been ma le known to the retail houses that nil the most fashionable women in Paris were wearing a touch of yellow about their costumesYellow Is the color was the echo from the drygoods shops Tho Idea had caught on The milliners and dressmakers had pushed the color scheme so wonderfully that it was amazing to DeBond how the profits of tho firm had risen in so short a time At time downtown house the word assignment had been cut out and the the word success had taken its place Credit praises and increase of salary all were bAing given to him Bond and he was rapidity gaining greater influence among his colabor ers as he had led them to believe that he was the creator of the color scheme Luokett was personally unknown to exceptDeBondand site position to that of his friend Late in the afternoon at the beginning of a new month which promised to be a must profitable one Lnckett found in DeBond oftlcl the place where everybody at the house usually drop presI ny the ones he wanted to Know The gathering of the fellows devel oped into an Impromptu business meeting as well as a very pleasant social affair Many discussions of a business nature occurred and time success of the color scheme was the topic of the Harmonious conversation DeBond thoughtbeforeIfI conscience I now could make a hit among the fellows he said to him self as he thought of the impression that was outbut Lnckett did the right thing he helped me why surely I have grit enough to do the same 0he added In the midst of the clamor of their exciting voices DeBond rose proudly from his big otlice chair and told them truthfully in a few words of the originator of the color scheme All eyes were turned in amazement to the advertising mann ger who seemed not to understand tryingtohe ended LucKett said The color scheme has a history let me tell it to you Luckett Unshed with resent ment at whit he had said and while pockethesayReallytell as the representative in this city for the New York Blade line given a gooa narration of it in his article which appeared in this issue I have received Lucket gave the paper to DeBond to read the article that had the big head lines DeBond looked at him III astonishment The idea of the color scheme being written up in a New York journal he sail in a sur prised tone That is interesting read it emphaticallyDeBond looked over the headlines and began to read the following Paris Nov 20Miss Elodin Christy McClure daughter of United States Senator McClure of Virginia I Is one of the principals in a pretty ro mince which will have its culmina lion in a wedding in February Miss McClure is a mos beautiful American and has been in this city nearly two rears studying art The romance which has just ended In the announcement of her engage ment to Mr James Luckett son of the president of a well known col ege In New York city is the culmi I nation of a friendship which was bey gun little over a year ago when they net at a dinner table in the dining room of one of the most fashionable hotels in Paris A few hours previous to the dinner Mr Inckett was in the otlice of the 1 hotel looking over the register Among the names of the Americans was the namethe same one was written InI the identical handwriting as that which had been written on the small piece of paper he had been carrying in his memorandum book for three tyears Mr Luckott could hardly have told why he had kpt the piece of paper He certainly would not had the shlrographv been less entertaining andI original and the name less beautiful He was thinking of the singular experience he had enjoyed with tho name Elodia Christy McClure and was In the mood to adventure wherever that chance would permit He was an his way to a florist to have some roses sent to Elodia Christy McClure when he saw the girl ho had seen lay After day for elghte n months i though he had not yet learned her name or her identity To bun she was the the most distinguished and tvellbred looking girl ue hind ever seen in Paris This girl said mfr Luckett always had something yellow ihouther dress that gave it a distinctive touch and a new charm Mr Luckett seeing so often the fresh effect of the color is what developed his dea for the color scheme that was run last year in the styles of the ladies tailoring establishment LaHeist La Fn cityWhen Mr Luokett what color of roses he preferred he told iiim yellow for he had learned to like immenselyMr at the American diningand was looking over the menu when an elderly lady and gentleman and the girl who was the secret of his access took seats at the table whore hho was dining The gentle beauty of the girl had never been so marked as it was on thin occasion She was stylishly gowned in u creepe de chine shirtwaist suit which was all white save the monogram that was embroid od in yellow on the left side of tht front piece of the dress bodice Ho fairly glowed with happines when he saw tliHt the inotiigram was composed of the letters E C McC winch were interwoven most artistically Elodia Christy McClure thought Mr Luck ett The girl for whom I have been looking three years1 have found her she is the girl that was the keynote to my color scheme and the girl I am very near to loving To Mr LucKett it seemed perfect happiness at the limy it of imagination He felt that this incident was a steppingstone to some thing eho he felt that he would know more of her personality than he had learned oy the indications of her hand writing He saw that thorn hind been placed on tho floor near her a long nar row box and on it was the address Elodia Christy McClure The Ameri can City Flowers he thought I wonder if these are the roses that I ordered sent to pert He planned a romance as he dinedAt last she had the box opened The roses were yellow An ideal dream she said as she looked at them Won der who knows my taste so well she casually inquired Mr Luckett hand ed her his card in answer to her ques mysteriouslybefore that indicated euibaraBsnientWhy are you the Mr Lnckett the shortstory editor of the New York Blade the one I heard everybody talking about when I was in New York city attending school sht said in a tone of trunk admirationMr shrugged his shoulders YesI am J Clary Luokett three IIternryoditorled an unusually faxcinating story written by fclodin Christy McClure My name is McClure Elodia Christy she interrupted That story was my first and last one and it was about the efforts I made to write a novelette was it noti Yes and I have the signature of the manuscript said Mr LucKett as he gave her the slip of paper which was her signature that he hud in Lid memorandum book How strange said Miss McClure and handed the piece of paper to her aunt It is my signature of the man uscript of that I wrote ages ago she explained You remembernuutie when Mary Luckett and I bought our rings with our story mcnel Hue showed them the ring which she had on the third finger of her right hand Mr Luckett wits glad to see that she wore no other ring Mary Luckett She is my coutdn Mr Luckett began i and they had a pleasant little chat about Mary who lilodiu had not seen since their depart cityMiss and Mr Luckett were made acquainted imme diately and he related to them ins whole experience from time time that he rend Miss McClures manuscript to the present occasion When Mr Luohett ended the strange gentleman who was at the table near them handed a card to him and made It dead rush for the hotel lobby In the center of the card was the name John KHodgeln the left hand corner Representlltive That reporter got that romance straight and easy said DeBondlangh ingMr Luckett is now manager of tne LaHeist Lafayette Co Time firm is growing rapidly and branch houses throughoutFrance LuckettThe Luckett McClure wedding took place March 20 at the homo of the brides parents in Virignia Mr and Mrs Luckett have been at home in Paris since May 24 After a pause of silence Donald said Ilt was tne finishing touch that sot her off It proves that the first impression that a woman makes is made by her appearance It is the little finishing touches that count in the makeup of H womans dresssuch as u novel and fetching collar she continued Star plicity and effect are the passwords to a giod impression that a woman naturally wants to make bully The clock indicated ten minutes to four and it was too late to go to the matinee 10 Milly got her hat to go home Donald kissed her goodbye and said The girl must look the part she plays and must come up to 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meeting Mrs A B Coleman is upending this week among her children in Louisville and Stithton Mrs Loo Bishoff and Mrs Tom Thomas were in Cloverport visiting Saturday and Sunday The Rev Clark and wife and daughter of Clnoinnatt are the guests of relatives here Daniel Sprndlln cline in from his school at Drnnes school IIOUM to spend SAtunlRnd Sunday Dues Ellen Mnnford entertained tho visitors at her home on The Heights Thursday evening 4 Miss Ada Drury was hone to pay a last tribute of love and respect to her relative Mrs Frank Thursday Rev U S Thomas and Rev Everett English will be among the visiting preachers during the revival services heroW J Piggott and Charlie Chamber lain attended tho dedication of the new Masonio Temple in Iloniavllle last f weekMr and Mrs John Akers and Wor land Carter and family enjoyed tho hospitality of the Misses Greenwood Sunday MIss May Claycombaccompanied by 0 Miss Stamp of Louisville came V uiY down to spend a tiny in the county SundayJudge Chelf came up 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and friends here returning front Con ferenceMiss Pearl Benham of Sttths Valley attended church services here Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Anderron have a permanent boarder at their home a baby boy Miss Ada Stith was thrown from her horse Sunday evening and severe 1ly hurt She has our sympathy Mrs W C Darling of Carrollton came Saturday to make an extended visit to her sister Mrs 0 H Drnry Mrs HuttSe McCans who has been spending the summer with her sister Mrs A Bennett has gone to lien noire at Columbia Uncle Ben Hardaway was not at Sunday school Sunday His absence is always deplored He was visiting his daughter Mrs C L HawKins Miss Mary Elston Hardaway who has been visiting relatives here since June will return to her home in St Charles Mo this week She has made many friends iMrs Eddie Perrin in the guest of Mrs W W Keith She will remain sometime and visit other rela r S y4 tives Her home is in Sherman Texas and she came with her son who will attend the Presbyterian tbelogical seminary in Louisville this winter Mr and Mrs Reed and their daugh ter Miss Hassle Williams of Cali fornia are here for a continued stay with relatives in Meade county Mr and Mrs Reeds courtship was vory romantic but generally people know of it Some capable person should make u history of it for our county papersThis has been one of the loveliest seasons The early frosts were so light that the forests look on their atuinn shades and there had been such si beauty that life and joyousness and not death and melan choly was the spirit of the woods Saturday and Sunday nights though have brought out the fiere and rusty and the brightness is going from up land glade and glen Golden Rod A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the sys tem set the liver to action remove the bile clear the completion cure headache and leaves a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWltfs Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind sarsI All other pills I have used gripe and sicKen while DeWitts Lit tle Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by all Druggists WOLF CREEK James Williams went to Louisville I Sunday Thomas Chism moved to Little Dixie last week Our town is receiving new walks and other improvements Miss Belle Sniitn of Ceder Flat is ttending school at this place Guy Trent who has been quito ill is able to be on the street again Miss Wyatt Lambert spent Friday night with her cousin Nelle Trent Misses Laura and Fairest Etherton spent last Sunlay night with the Misses Flannery Miss Mayine Trent spent several lays last week at home returning to her school Tuesday Mr and Mrs Robert Smith are now living in tneir new home which has just been completed The Baptist church at this place is undergoing repairs and when completed will be quite uptodate Miss Ollie BlacKburn wno has been with her grandmother returned to her home in Evansville Monday Misses Jenne and Dora Flanneiy spent Friday and Saturday with their Hint Mrs James Flannery on river frontLawrence Owings and H J Blackburn left lust Sunday for Louisiana whore they have accepted positions- for the winter Mr and Mrs James Flannery and daughter Nellie and Missses Jennie and Dora Flannery were in Alton lad Saturday Mr and Mrs Wm Edmunds and Jr and Mrs Thomas Carter were the guests of Mrs William Cunningham Friday Mrs Willett and son Haysof Bran denburg came last Sunday to attend the funeral of Miss Ruth Willett re turning homo Monday Miss Minnie Woolfolk Lila and Houston Owings Iud Elvis Wimp of Brandenburg are with their aunt Mrs Will Perkhiser for a few days For a pleasant physic take Chamber innss Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by Short Haynes oe I Horne i Restaurantand i i i i i i ii1 i t PROPRIETOR S = hoursiie not meals servedat all g EverythingI fresh and i newiiclean and uptodate Open + + + early and late + i All Kinds of Soft Drinks iiIf Z youZit Fish Celery Oysters in seasonGive mo a call if you buy once 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attended the Thomas revival The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever I l4 i ntioof Groves TiteIcu Chill TonlCrIt Is simply Iron and cal lsyIWeddingAnnouncement un The above combination of words proves an interesting one and It- IS always attractive This is also true in other things than words The Jewelry at the W D OELZE store proves very attractive and all of the fads nUll fancies of the season can be seen there One of the articles that con tinues in vogue is the Seal1 Ring to be worn on the little finger It comes in various designs and some are set with small stones on side of seal- Another thing that is attracting interest is the Platinum Jewelry Platinum costs about twice as much as Gold but it makes a fine mounting for Diamonds and gives to the stone a greater brilliancy than does Gold Pearls continue to be quite the timing and they are more popular than the Diamond but of course the Diamond has a place that cannot be filled by any other jewel Bracelets are coning in style again and the patterns tend to ward that of the snake Brace lets set with colored stones are proving very tasty Enameled goods are being used more than ever and the Brooches and Tunas of this material are very much in vogue THE W Bt Oelze Jewelry Store Is the leading place for correct styles in Jewelry and Stationery Have you seen the new dotted Swiss Writing Paper It is fine mylineTHE W B OELZE JEWELRY and MUSIC STORE ManyTimes You need articles thnt can not bo purchased in your home towmthon you must buy elsewhere Now the question with you is How can I get what I want with out the expense tune and trouble of going to the city My answer is Send your or der to me with the description and let mo purchase your goods without charge The many little things my experience as a purchasing agent has taught me of the quality style and use of goods you get tho benefit of when you place your order with mo I can fill it no matter whore you liv- eADDIE G DITTO Purchasing AgentL- OUISVILLE KY Twill 0 CASTORIA days what liForIsh t The Kind You and Always Bought lake O l- 1e Bears the- signature of Iilli- from a- Capt was U S eFres1The permitForUver1 orLThirtyi YearsweeJ Mrs CASTORIA from reltdtiLar On OCKYAYaoMAar TOSS J L the e- Leo l iiKsiiIosaastweiiwteseeeaeasmiatwwMr I For 75 Centse1F1 tam But a few days remain in which to make a guess in THEreaJ LOUISVILLE I1E1tALDS 10000 Guessing Contest Fifty M cents secures the WEEKLY HERALD one year and one guess OWl The question is how many votes will the next Governor Mr receive 1 First prize is 4000 For 75 cents we will send THEMnHECKENHIDGE NEWS und WEEKLY HERALD one year Bar and give you one guess in Heralds Guessing Contest Makeporyour remittance to this officedmm H sNfidNeesssm Mir vie I 1 staF NOTICE bet pa TAXPAYERSbrht- II or one of my deputies will be at the fol 1 lowing places on the following dates for therlpurpose of collecting taxes cl 1 d Irvington November 7tWebster November 9lClifton Mills November 10tLodiburg November 11rUnion Star November12 i Stephensport November 13tChenault November14 t i Please meet me promptly and settle and save costFP PAYNE SBC By S W BASSETT D S q4J r CONDENSED STATEMENT I M Of the condition of tho j I FIRST STATE BANK i IRVINGTON KY jjji At the close of Business Sept 30 1903 ft- ii11 1This Statement of the condition of our Bankat r K J the dose of the first quarter of our business We 1 ti 4y 1 wish to invite your attention ajf jf fIr r W J Piggott Pres IIJ R Wimp Vice Pres DIRECTORS MJollyM x D C Heron MeyerS HaveDEV in to THI NEW CItY It RESOURCES J Notes and mils t sa 3l 5louse2 10OverA 38Expcl1so K =39201I SO IM LIABILITIES 00neposlts76Uodvldodmm 139261 SO L H H KEriPER 5s Cashier J4 i Tints Pills manywpreventBlCKf cause the food to assimilate and nour appetitefK and solid muscle Elegantly sugar 1 coated9 Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1003 Fall cEnglish Kituhen 11Join the Oelzo library 1 1A 0 Pfaffinger of Louisville was Ju the city Friday Hot drinks and fresh oysters at Keysets this week Mrs H V Dnncan has returned j from a visit In Lulsvllle I Capt Marion Ryan of Louisville was in the city last Friday Fresh oysters Fresh from Baltimore beds atF T Heysers The new dotted Swiss writing paper at the W B Oelze storeo t yRev T F Walton returned to Mt tfformel Ky last Wednesday Mrs J+ T Bklllman returned last Week from n visit in Louisville Mrs A E Adam and children went i to Owensboro last Wednesday to visit relative Lawrenco Murray returned Fridayi from a visit to relatives at Huntington W Val I 0L D Dowell of Sample was in the city last week visiting his son Leo Dowell Mrs S S Watkins of Owensboro was the guest of Mrs ChAS B Skill man last week Mrs W H Bowmer was tin guest of Mrs Jeff Sterett at Hawesville a short while last week F T Hevser will open up his Res taurant about Oct 30 and will bv ready to serve the hungry Mrs Louis Adams and children of Owensboro am visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Dave Wilson Mrs Nat Tucker and daughters Bnruace and Lela visited in Tobin port Saturday and Sunday Mrs John DeHaven and daughter Miss Mamie returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Louisville JollyrIFerd Owen on his new residence Lonnle Keith came over from Eliza beth town Friday to visit his grandparents Mr and Mrs J E Keith Mrs F T Heyser and daughter Ray were in Louisville last week j homeTom buying furnishings for their now Wroe went to Hardiusbnrg last Wednesday to testify in the case of Frank Hall vs the L H St L railroad company Jesse Eskridge and Franklin Kin cheloe were among those who came down from HardlUsburg last Thursday to hear Judge Kinkead To vote for James Montgomery for l Circuit Judge write his name with the pencil provided in each booth on the blank line in the space oelow the place marked For Circuit Judge on the ballots under your party device and stamp with the stencil in the small square opposite his name so written If you cant write have the officers of the election to swear you and the clerk will write Montgomery name for you in the proper place un der whichever device you wish for youand when you go to your booth stamp in the small square to the rigbt of his name so wri- ttenS11YLOCItI Shylock was the man wh0of wanted a pound of human flesh There are many convalescentC sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle i It feeds the nerves strengthens- the digestive organs and they feed the whole body t f yearsfI theIWe will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street New YorkIsoc sad fcoo I all druggists o Hot lunchesEnglish Kitchen W B Oelze for nice stationery W B Oelzes store for jewelry re pairing Everything to eat prepared at the English KitclianEBorn Oct 20 to the wife of A J Pate n fine 10 pound boy Our customers say Go to the English Kitchen when you want a good meal Mr and Mrs Jas Harper of West HViewMrs Mutt Harper Judson Coombs tho barber moved into his handsome now quarters in the new LIghtfoot building on Main street Mr Coombs will tense an apartment for hot and cold baths ready about Nov 15 Charces for the same will be reasonable Miss Julia Coomea who has been with B F Beard Co of Hanlins burg has accepted a position with the Fair of this city and will begin work Nov 1 Miss Cooines comes to the Fair with high recommendations and will be pleased to have her friends call to see her at this store where she can show them some extra ordinary baigains in dry goods cloth ing boots shoes and notions and everything that is kept in n first class general store Everybody is invited to visit the Fair as 1 have in a complete line of heavy goods to fit or suit any ono that will calleach as Jackets keptInfrom the smallest child to the largest nosh and suits of any size I also have rain coats that I guarantee not to leak If tney let a single drop through I will refund the money Shoes at any price from 15o to 500 per pair Ladies capes from 40c to 300 each Groceries Hardware Tinware Saddlery Stationery and anything yini may call for Produce ot all kinds taken in exchange Miss Nettle Gregg who is a firstclass milliner Visa Nellie Whitehouse C W Patterson and David May are also with the Fair to wait on the trade and the old delivery man Alex Leslie will curry the gooas and fill up the buggies and wagons Every body call and get my prices W T Tilford Prop A Modern Science Osteopathy is a new science which is worthy of the investigation of every keepItcould regain it It cures all curable diseases and a great many which have heretofore been regarded as incurable without the disagreeable effects which necessarily follow the taking of strong drugs It doestnot ruin the stonmch in vain effort to reach deep seated diseases but goes right to the cause and removes it had allows nature to perform her functions nnobstruoted As a grad note of the American School of Oste lounI der of tha science I will be glad to explain Osteopathy to all who may be interested Examination and consultation free- Osteopathlo literature free on appli cation Hours 10 a m to 5 p m Wed nesdays and Saturdays Other hours by appointmentDR MILLER Duncan House Osteopathio Physician Phone 002 Mrs Clay Moorman Dead Helen M Tate Moorman born Sept 23 1881 daughter of J H and Emma Tate married Feb 12 1003 to Rev Clay Moorman of Big Spring died Oct 23 1003 Funeral preached nt Union Star M E church South Saturday interment at Union Star cemetery She was n young wife and a beautiful Christian woman Mrs Polly Franks Dead Mrs Polly Frank widow of the late Dr Frank died at her home near Irvington last Wednesday at the age about seventyfive The funeral services were conducted by RevHynes und Rev J T Lewis and the Interment was in the faujily burying ground near Bethel church Sho was n woman of flue character and attain ments Ono daughter Mrs D C Her on survives HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES I The haltrate for Sunday hate been discontinued Hereafter full fare will DO charged on that day State Reunion of Confederate Vete rans Louisville Ky Oct 29 1003 For this occasion rate of 345 for the round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made Oct 28 and for morning trains of Oct 20 Good returning Oct 80 1003 Card of Thanks Many thanks to the people of Union Star and surrounding community for their kindness during the illness and death of my wife Rev W 0 Moorman I I ITHIS REMEDYIs GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Gifts Relief at once Itiliiinses soothes and heals the ells eused mrmllralle Ir CATARRH FEVERdriveIn the head quickly It IH absorbed Hiillsmud rroturts the Membrane Histores tho Insc of Taste und Smell Full size XV a ImullEIAl1ItOTlIEnY Successful Meeting Ends 27SpecnulA Baptlst e meetings were conducted by Pastor J T Lewis and the preaching was done by Evangelist U S Thomas o Louisville Rev Thomas preaching was most excellent Christ and HIH crucifixion was the central theme The blood of Christ the atonement for sin and a Godly walk were again and again emphasized Rev Thomas iis a great power in the pulpit fear 1less in denouncing sin and contends earnestly for the faith once for all de Iliverd unto the Saints The attendance was large Many members from other churches were present Tnere was thirtyfive bap used lest Thursday The remainder will be baptise next Sunday at 10 a m Two joined by letter two were reclaimed and one came under th watchcare of the church Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B 1 kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back nn shouldar bladosshifting painsdilfi onlty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawKingspittingdroppinga in throat lbud hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years stand ing after doctors hot springs and pat ent medicines had all failed Most o these cured patients had taKen Bloo Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for may ono 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 n 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 prepjid also spe cial medical advice by descnoing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Go A personal trial of Blood Balm Is better than a thousand printed testimonials so write at once Dave Moorman for Representative Dave Moorman desires us to say to the voters of Breckenridge county one and all that he is a candidate for re election for Representative of Brecken ride county and wants the support of every good citizen in the county whether he be Democrat or Republican Thnt he was brought into the race not by his own seeking but by force of circum stances over which he lad no control He would like an endorsement by his tallow countrymen Ifitent back he willj endeavor to represent every citizen re gardless of politics and every interest of the county Its development its progress and its upbuilding For this service be thinks he is mush better equipped now than he was While he is a beforeIjinee of his party he wants the vote of jboth Democrats and Rcpubliciiiis nnd j1 il1 elected he will to the best of his ability represnt oil and use his whole influence in the direction in which it will do the most good to the whole peo pie He says he is a Democrat and be lieves in his patty he recognizes that those who differ with him also have rights which he respects and he would not be worthy f the place to which he aspires if he dill not respect them So when you KO to the polls next Tuesday put in n vote for Dave M tonnan and he will be the inoit grateful man iu flreok etiriilge county A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games i I rWarvts11 Foil YALE nourznAgentPoll YALE For Suledc brings u piilmgo of NIxE odorliquorl dress N11E Lock llox KI Cloverport Ky LUST 6e1tr crop off of right our und lIdnoturnKyandIon RENT cuttUlto P WANTED WANTED 1000 persons to subscrHx for NEWS at fOc per year during this month October Delinquent tiFf1 as they desire at the 50i rule 1nhfKy FOIL HALE millfrolDIllSpringhOllsoIlIltoodfenlcsIliltoody good stock water Also present rrp of corn Implmellt nItWoods LOulsIII ICy WANTFDOLI IKEATIIEKS HIJlIKTlIIsh price paid for all kinds of tCll1JlllmmlintlllYwillFUR SALE 30head Shorthorn urd Polled Durham and heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They aro all first class animals 1 also bare for hullII Green Full of Hough Ky MONEY TO LOAN L or100II1edwrltltoJOI atII= loft SALE PKINTINO Presses and Cutting machines 11I1I1hIIlOSAlso StreetIoulsvllllNOTICE City Taxes for the your 1003 are due Please penala paid Dec 1st and collections on and after withoutfurtlwrwill save extra deists by arranging payment forjIttillI todcIJrIIUllItVery Itospectfnly MAltlON WEATIIEUIIOLT Oct 14th IMS Collector City of Cloverport RackdS FOR SALE narrnPlymouthl FgghtCornJouNWANTED TWO GOOD FAMILIES TO DO FARM WORK AT ONCE READY TO MAKE YOUR CONTRACT NOWL D AD DISON ADDISON KY T B Henderson of Webster woe in the city Friday It was his first visit since the fire of 1001 and he was surprised at the changes in the town Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of WaKe Ark writes For 12 eArs I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted n nnm her of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines lint sot no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and fuel that I am now cured of a disease that tend me in its grasp for twelve rears IIIf you want a reliable medi sine for Liver and Kinney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Only Silo N10NOONONN000NNOONO Let Us Introduce You to Our FeJl Goods We have a Good Line of IIIi Winter Goods i Yf UNDERWEARt I ChildrenIBlankets and Comforts t Hats Caps Cloaks Furs JJ Shoes rubber or leather t o Gloves vg v Dress Goods+ tffGIVEI US A LOOK I i i JCNOLTEBROIif I MASONIC TEAIPLEii i CLOVERPORT KYii+ eeeeee eeeoeeeee I 1V W ftt Our Repair Shop HopnirDpnrtlllcntswith tiptodato tools and miiehinory und a stock of ma terial foul repairs that a city shop need not ho Chained of 4 A pretty broad assertion but it is a fact nevertheless Urn motto i- sWell Do it Right or Not at All Do you know where eight watches out of every ten ore ruined1 It is by some socalled repairer They cither dont know how or not prepared for it or dont care 9eGuarantee First Class Work Lewis BallAND OPTICIANS ticJEIYELERS KY AAj I Bread Cake and Pastry on your table that is unquestionable pure by using r Cadicks Gold Dust Flour for the baking Free front adultura tion made from the choice of LONGBERRY RED WHEAT J I Only pure articles can be made from Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Your grocer sells it I Cadick Milling CO GRANDVIEW IND IXIflEADYThe IJ is near at hand Thursday and Friday nights October 29 and 30 Prices 25 35 and 50c Seats on sale at the W B Oelze store Reserved seats are going fast and you had better rush a little Everything shows that this will be tho biggest thing elI given in this community and noIIone cares to miss this treat About thirty old fiddlers have slid they would bo here and so I lastIevenings not get monotonous for there will be new men and new tunes all the while It is no tine to laugh in tho building but we ask all to help us keep order Anyone caught in tho act of not laughing wili be promptly examined by a capable physician for paralysis Mum is not tho word but en joy yourselves is our motto Tho tiddlers come from good old fiddling stock and all have been handled well Wo have sonic that are at tho post when the ticker ticks two nothing and all are off in a bunch Conic and join tho merry throng We will have an abundance of piano music pianoMroccasion This music is a treat to all and all classes of music willlbe rendered in n truly master ful style Got your girl or some ono elses girl and come here und enjoy the fun H A Oelze vacant storeroom Oct 29 and 30 at 8 oclock Doors open at 715 A4 i w iI J A i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 003 PARIS FASHIONS Picturesque OldTlme Effects Black Silk Again to Be a Leader MODEL SHIRT WAIST SLEEVE Land were the lamentations of the short woman at the predicted reign of short skirts but happily for her the final Parts dictum is that only two classes of toilettes admit of this abbre viation the walking skirt for morn ing wear which is one or two inches above the pavement and the dancing Skirt which clears the floor An ex I cellent stylo of walking skirt for gen oral wear is one of rough mixed tweed gracefully trimmed with three rows of wood brown silk braid With it is i Scotch llnnnelworn a Forsythe model waist made with the regulation culled shirt sleeve a style the heat shirt makers have left unchanged in waNts for general wear through all the sleeve evolutions of the last throe or j four years The elaborate blnok silk which 1arU snys will be one of the impor tant items cf the smart wardrobe invariably train not only behind but all around full long anil either imcoiitrnlliUile or exceedingly graceful itooonliuK to the wearer Waists are extraordinarily wide over the shoulder with an unbroken lint from nook to waist and of the mate rial suited to give expression to this mode the Palo Dor here illustrated lends the van flexible soft and glossy this fabric lends itself to tin prevailing treatment with the true 1880 spirits Made with a nunplaited Worlds Best Medicine PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Has Made People Well When Every Other Remedy Has Failed Palms Celery Compound cures diseasell- It IMS erred the lives of thousands of sufferers It bM made the weak strong vigorous and iMppyISlrws Glary Compound purifies the blood avid builds up the nervous system at nothing else can do it iti preeminently the great life giver and health maker Overworked and tired women stand in ur gent wed of this health giving prescription to make and keep them well All women should take advantage of the remarkable power of this best of medicine for restoring vigor to the syatemTheCeleryCompoundand by correcting digestion and regulating the nerves it insures sound refreshing sleep In every case of sickness Paines Celery Com bringsIewore Ohio saved Iby pains Celery Compound after the failures of able physicians gratefully writes as follows II I suffered for eight years with nervous prostration and the general debility common to women and had such pains in my back that I could not get around the house I used several remedies and consulted several of the lest physicians without obtaining any relief Pains Celery Compound restored me to health It IaLo want to say lo all mothers that Paines Celery Compound is a splendid medi cine for their children DiamondFor DyesHomo Uso They lake Old domes Loot New Direction Look and 45 ded lampltai tree DYESi9 n P 4C flounce which Is headed by four nuns tucks the simple elegance of tnls gown fitted over a C B a la Spirite lIOrHet is enriched with n sleeve cap extend bertha of spangled lace A picture hat 1 saw in a Rue de 1a Paix shop intended for a leading Paris actress was of the darkest shade of Dahlia chiffon with a scarf of sablc Another was composed of valve Louis XIV in shape the color being a a delicate hint ot a tint of n shade of grey chinchilla and exquisite lace Marina Marue Rushvilie lnflMessrs Ely Bros I have neon a great sufferer frqm catarru cad bay fevor and tried uiai things but found no permanent reo lief until I found it In Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends ever sine Rev R M Benley Messrs Ely BrosFind enclosed IIno cents for which please send me yot Cream Balm I mid your remeO the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizor Gold Mining Uo Will Run All Winter Many inquiries have been made as IIto whether the olUjiais of the Hemlerso Route intend to keep the Clover port accommodation running nil winter or whether it would botllken off when winter slackened travel 10 far as can be learned it will be rnn continually It has paid from the start and the omcalls could have no object in removing it The train Iis I vishIvery handy for passengers who to spend the day in Henderson or Evansville Shells for Button Factories Tire steamer Vivian passed IJown last week with three bargeloads of mussel shells for the pearl button factories I1t Muscatine Iowa They wer taken from the Ohio river nea Leavenworth The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are espec ally trying and probably to none more so than to the scrofulous nut onsumptive The progres of scrofula luring a normal October ia couimonl reat We never think of scrofula iti uncles cutaneous eruptions and wasting of the bodily substance with out thinkinc of the great good man utter front it have derived frou Inods Sarsaparilla whose radical ani eruianent cures of this one disease I1rt enough to make Iit the most famous jedicine iu the world There is prob blyI not a city or town where Hoodi arsaiNtrilla has not proved its merit it store homes than one in arresting anl1 omuletely eradicating scrofula which lis almost us serious and as munch to be eared as its near relative consumption A Lose Letter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve fox Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of onder Mo writes I suffered with au ugly sore tor a year but a box of luck 11 n Arnica Salve cured me Iti he bet Salve on earth sic tit Shor i Haynes Drug Store- Schoolhouse j Papered IJIIS Witt papered the four rooms In tho public school building last week Irs Gregorys room was papered Wed eidny Mr Wroes Thursday Miss arboes Friday and ProfOelzes Sutur claroIohoollu each room was suspend ell the tiny it was papered The paper- Ing was not done the week in September while the teachers were atteudini the Institute as arrangements were not made in time Still Busy With the Brush Contractor S H McCrackens force of painters is still kept busy filling number of contracts Wilburn Gregory and Toni Morriso have finished painting the American Tobacco companys warehouse and the jsidences of Toe Culley anti J T- DanielI This week they are at work or olin OConnels residence and the cottage bought by Allen Kingsbury from Ihe Cloverport Real Estate and Ira rovoment Company The inside finish of this cottage is something similar to that of FTHeysers new residence Republican County Speaking The Hon John P Haswell Jr and T R Eskridgo of Hurdinsburg will speak at Hudgonville Oct 110 at 1 11- 0p in on the political issues of the ay and at Rookvalo on Oct Ulat 131 II in They will speak in the interest of the Republican party and a good crowd at each place is expected to here them Hancock County Weddings CH Powers and Miss Nora Bivens of Hancock county were married Ilt the home of Rev Deschamps by that entluuiHii on Monday night Rev leiwlminpes also united in marriage at Ills home on Thursday evening Mr J W Butler and Miss Lucy Iigdon be from Utility and she from iilldateHancock Clarion I ItooI woman who reaches over the cliff for the coveted flower goes crashing down into the abyss below Just a little too far and the woman who day by day neglects to cure the womanly diseases which weaken hens prostrated upon a bed of sickness No woman should trifle with the diseases peculiar to ner sex Neglect today means a worse trot dition tomorrow Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of diseases peculiarly womanly It establishes regularity dries enfeebling drains heals inflammation and ulceration ana cures female weakness My wlfelMrs Miry Kstes his been taking your medlone and recelvrd great benefit lrom It writes Mr Ceo wm Httes of SprinpjfTov Va Was troubled with female weakness heavy bearingdown pain severe pain to back and head and a tired woniout feeling all the time Tried a1 the remedlell we could hear off but they did no good Finally we wrote to you and my wife commenced taVfup Favorite Pre Took ten bottlei and is in bette health than before in a long time We shall always recommend Dr Plercei Favorite Pre scription to all who are thus afflicted Favorite Prescription makes weal women strong sick women well Accep no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 large pages in paper covers is sent fret on receipt of twentyone onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y The Largest Walnut Tree The giant walnut tree is standing on the Duck fork of Sturgeon creek Lee county Ky two miles from Hiedel burg on the Louisville and Atlanti railroad and ten miles from Beattv yule Its height is eightyfive feet from base to tip meaturos in circuui Ference fourteen fret and two inches will produce 3000 feet of lumber Fabulous sums have been offered for it but all wero refused It is conceder jy lumber men to be the largest trae Cif its kind in the world There nre two other trees of this Kind in Lee Aunty of considerable size but neither Is the size of this monarch of itt grout of companions People travel for many piles to see it and the dark spots onto trunk are tne effects of chips enl out and taken away as souvenirs bj ri si tors Jackson Hustler Dieting Invites Disease To cure Dyspepsia or indigestion iIt Is no longer necessary to live on milk tad toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system De comes an easy prey to disease Koda Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach tad digestive organs to digest and as Imitate all of the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never fail- Ing cure for indigestion Dyspepsii nd all stomach troubles Kodal digests what you eat mates the stomach sweet Sold by all Druggists Morning Star Still Tied Up The Morning Star of the Louisville md Evansville packet company which hua been used as a floating hotel at Vest Point fr the past month hat oen taken back to Louisville Sh vill tie up at Jelfersonville and re main there until the river rises suflic ently to allow tier to return to her regular trade Ewen Starts on Lecture Tour Lexington Ky Oct 22Capt B JF Ewen accompanied by his manager the Hon W C G Hobbs and E B Wren left here tonight lot lipley 0 where ho will open hi lecture tour Friday night The tour will extend through the North and Vest covering about 150 towns 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 whet nIl other remedies failed we saved her ife witu Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece had consumption in an ad ancod stage also used this wonderfu medicine and today she is perfectly veil Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Dis overy us to no other medicines on- earth Infallible for Coucbs and Colds- i0 o and 100 bottles guaranteed by Short Haynes Trial bottle free Cost of Ohio Improvements It is estimated that for the proposed mprovemeut of the Ohio nearly fio 00000 is needed and as the period of onstruotion on the dams would bt over twelve years it was thought 1 00000 a year would be asked from congress Instead of this 48000001 vill be asked for at once but the con tracts will only be let at the rate of si000000 n year With an appropriation of f8 000000 the Ohio can hi coked and dammed from Pittsburg to Cairo To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Luxntlro promo Quinine Tatilets Al rucKlsts orotund tho money It It fulls to cur s w Or res signature In on each box S- Vtrririhsataisra r + 1Geo Heck Killed The remains of Geo Heck of Car noUon arrived over the Hendersi Route last Wednesday from the South for burial at his old home Mr Heck was killed the Sunday pre deeding near Friars Point Mis9whl trying to separate two negros Jaho ers employed on tho levee Mr Heck hind the contract for a section of the levee and employed several hundre negroes Many of these wore engage in a big crap game wnich ended in row Whet Mr Hock attempted to quiet them Will McCoy a negro cursed him Mr Heck struck the ne- gro with the barrel of a shotgun am Fleet McCoy H brother of the othe nergo shot Htck through the breast He died shortly afterward Mr Heck leaves a wife and two children of Helena Ark He is a son of Mr and Mrs Jacob Heck Sr of Cannelton 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 Codal Dyspepsia Cure which has com Dletely cured neeMrs1V W Saylo Illliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache con itipation bad breath sour risings in ligestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodal Represents the natural juice of digestion combined with the greatest Known tonic and reconstructs properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by nIl Druggists Sign of Busy Season For the past month there has not been such a rush of work at the Hen arson Route shops iu this city at here was last spring Thislls an excellent sign that it is a busy sensor vith this popular road as it is Deco sary to have all the equipment in ervice to accomodate the heavy passenger and freight traffic the road Is injoying Engine 10 which has been rebuilt at the shops is about ready to reenter the service OdsgTORIA teen theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnatnl8T To Give Better Service Ed Berry put in a number of cross rmn on the Cumberland Telephur companys line in the lower end of town last week This was done to gilye better service and make room for a number of new phone as all the ross arms were full Sawmill Outfit loused Part of a sawmill outfit belonging to F Fralze has been housed on the- lot west of the colored Methodist hurch belonging to Mr Fralze All the outfit is on the lot but only the en glne has been put under cover The sawmill has been In operation out in the county Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a aoillus or germ which exists plentl ally in street dirt It is inactive so long as exposed to the air but when arried beneath the skin as in the rounds caused by percussion caps lr- by rusty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity ind produces the most virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed nnll all danger of locKJaw avoided by Applying unatiibor Iains Pain Balm reelyas soon as the injury is received Pa1l1 Balm is antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injures to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by Short Hiy nes Making Map of Town An agent of the insurance companies was in the city last week making n map of the town expressly for the use- of the companies and their agents Insurance maps are not made at regu- lor times but just when a change In tho buildings of a town renders this ecessary DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseasesI bladder Also ache Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If npcossary write Ur Fonner Ho has spent a llfo time curing Just such cases us yours All consultations free I suffered 10 years with backache and kid noy trouble Tried a great many physician without relief Dr Fenners Kidney and Back ache Cure is tho only Remedy that over helped me and after using only two bottles I feel entirely cured Have no pain or ache of IIny kind Miss ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists Soc fl Ask for Cook hookFeet for Salo By Short Haynes n 22 Caliber Cartridges If you want to use At Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark II H on the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they are dollars better Winchester aa Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease less Bullets which make them very clean to handle 1 tfOR SALE BY EEAIJ3RS EVER WIIERE- r j J FarmersOur want column is a seller of farm products If you have cat tle horses hogs sheep or any kind of stock or produce to sell and IIJJBRECIAME- RICASBIEEST Editorially Fearless Consistently Republican News from all of the world Well written original storiesAnswers to queries Articles on Health the Home New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press the only Western Newspaper receiving the entire telegraphic news service of the New York Sun and special cable of the New York World daily reports from over 2000 special correspondents throughout the country YEAR 0N E DOLLAR Subscribe for Breckenridge News and The Weekly Inter Ocean one Year both papers for 160 H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY 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ncji++ +++++++++4d +++++ S A Letter From rLna ity the Southland lee fpd Id pdd3 f 1hFiid 1d + fd +FFd hp t pacult6 port Miss Oct 21 1003 Mr ind I j t Jjno D Babbage Editor Breckenridge I News Cloverport Ky Dear SirI EL8 quite a crowd was at the depot Waiting for the train which was due reat 080 amI pushed my way through I myear ticket had baggage checked and asked i agent If the train was on time Ho nyh Kf roiled and said Its seven hours and twenty minutes late Ot course you Irt could at once see a frown come over the face of the crowd But I as all esother drummers thought Yesits late IIbut this is only onto of the ninny jr times Ive heard this eo I must au ll cept and Buy nothing after coming back to the hotel to wait seven hours W I thought of the dear old county of jjfv Breckenridge in of which there is no i dearer place on earth to my memory i I left Louisville Ky Oct 8 First i stopped at Paducah Ky which is a growing little city in the Jackson purchase From there to Carlo III it is f one ot the booming places of the Country By chance I met two Breok enridge boys Arthur Mattingly and of Ed Vessels Both have positions with Rhodes Buford Co I next went to Memphis Tenn l which isthe coming city of the South I only remained there for 11 short time where we made connections with the I Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railroad for Vioksburg Miss This brought us through the Mississippi Delta which is the richest farming country I and is better known as the ctton w w ww ww wOWTY 9YY9YY paradise of Mississippi Ve would j often pass cotton plantations of one I thousand acres where the fields were I nearly white with cotton You could see quite a tow black spots or blackheads mixed up through the cotton I with a sack tied around the shoulders and they were picking with bothII hands and pnshin the cotton into the sack Among the high cotton yon coultlcc hear the voices slowly singing Pay- Day is coming Boss and A Saturday Night will soon be Here and I is going to have a time among Dem c Coons The cotton crop in Mississ ippii is not an average crop but the price is mnch better than it has been for many years So it puts the country in good condition and farmers c aro handling more than for some time though cotton is on the decline now Its worth only Site and at one time ilIsold as high as l5c Vicksburg is quite a nice and thriving city It is commonly known as the Hill City of the South Though it is in the deltnit has mounds throughout the city which makes it much more healthy Many of the old soldiers will remember Vicksburg In the civil war as one of the selgs The National cemetery is at the edge of town where the dead of the battle was buried It is kept in royal style and attracts the attention of all visiting Vicksburg- I next went over the Alabama I Vicksburg R R to Meridian and stopped at JacKson I visited the cap Itol building which is just completed also to penitentiary which is known as the State Farm as they have a large farm of 2000 acres and they work the convicts on it Each county in the State also has a county farm and instead of having criminals to lay in jail to pay their tine they work there on tnis ounty farm I understand each farm is self sustaining and the county is not burdened with the tax of keep ing those criminals in jail Meridian is one of the best towns of the South rf rvr v v w for its size which is about 0000 Tt is upported on the North by farming ind on the South by the pine woods The pine woods extend from Meridian to the Gulf This is bringing more noney to the South than any other industry as the country is full of saw nils and turpentine factories and the iresent prices of lumber makes the in lustry very profitable I worked down he Mobile Ohio railroad to Mobile Ua which is beautifully situated m Mobile Bay Mobile is the second ity in the South in the wholesale msiness New Orleans being first I hen worked up the Mobile Jackson Cansas City road to Hnttiesburg his cad runs ninetysix miles through a lense pine forest where there is no jccupatlon except saw milling and nrpnntine distilling This fino timber rows only on a white sandy soil TI eI and around the town and mill R is as leap as mud in Kentucky III the win ter I then worked the Gulf and Ship gland road to Gulfport which is the awe sandy and pino woods territory Ground tlw coast over the Louisville c Nashville is quite a nice country vhich seems to be more adapted to grass than anything else It would nuke good grazing but little attentions paid to grazing stock in Mississippi Tile horses are very common and are nostly mustang ponies which would be valued at about 40 in Kentucky ThA railroads were built by a special charter of price for transportation md the fare ranges from S to 5c per nile This was done to induce railroad companies to build in order to open np the pine woods territory Gulfport Is quite a nice and thriving place Two V3ars ago it was a flag station marl it now has something over 5000 inhabitants It has excellent shipping acilities being the terminus of the G S Ry and the L Naud is on the Gulf of Mexico They have n great umber port here Ships are now loading for nil parts of the world They I ii j r PALL OPENING uViJliWJ we are again greeting our many friends and jjHere customers with the largest stock of Dry GoodsNotions NotionsClothing Furnishingsi Groceriesf Hardware Tinw IHatsI CapsBoots ShoesFurniture Saddlery J IJYou know our prices You know that they are right and always the lowest so come and see us We buy right and sell right and nothing gives us more t pleasure than to work in our business and to please our customers H MEYERBIG P i Trial Bottle Free For Sale by all Druggists v wwWWV hope to have the port ready for l otton by another year which will be quit nn improvement to the place But of them all none blows thi sweet breeze of old Breckenridge no laud produces the corn that makea the cakes so good and this I presume is why we Kentuckians are all called sort crackers Nor no place has the same air of hospitality of old Breckenridge Hoping this may escape your bontir I remain Truly yours 1 B Payne Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles neep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc old obstinate deepseated Kid IFor Bladder and Urinary disease take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped tic If you have agonizing pains In back swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffl culty in passing water also a frequen desire or even involuntary discharge of the urine Catarrh of the bladde stone Brights disease disagreeabl ode of the urine scanty and hlgn colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specific Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back Iii appear Tim burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especial advised for chronic cases that resis all other treatment f1 per large bottl at my store or by express Call or write A R FlsherCloverort Ky Masons Elect State Officers The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken tacky dedicated its new Masonic Tom pie in Louisville last week and eleote officers ns follows Owen D Thomas of Lebanon Grand Master Roiund H C Rhea ot Morganfield Deputy Grand Master Jumps Garnett Jr of Columbia Grand Senior Warden S K Veach of Carlisle Grand Juiiio Warden Capt John H Leathers of Louisville Grand Treasurer Capt H B Grantof Louisville lGrand Secretary J A Hodgersof Louisville Assistant Grand Secretary J W Rogers of Walton Grand Chaplain and Joseph T Davidson Grand Tyler Chance for Big Trip Male teachers are wanted In tiro Philippines and tho government has made a call for 150 with sularie from IJOO to 2000 per annum Hero is n chance for some of our Brecken ridge county boys to take a big trip READ THIS Louisville Ky Juno 1J 1001Dr E W Hull St Louis MoDear Sir Since taking tin agency for the sale of your kidney reined Hulls Great Discovery a year age we have sold several gross and have never heard a complaint about the remedy On tin other hand we have customers to praise the curative qualities of your prepare tion every day and several remarka ble cures have been reported to us of parties that have been cured of kidney trouble by taking one bottle of our Discovery whore all other prepara tions have failed Wishing you Hucceef with your groat remedy we beg to remain Very respectfully T P TAYLOR CO A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot tho Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel urea diabetes seminal emission weak tnd lame backs rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and bind lee in both men nun women regulates iladder troubles in cnlldren If not old by your druggist it will be sent by nail on receipt of 1 Ono small bottles two months treatment and seldom ails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O 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Richardson Z iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary o- j Z iInterestj paid on time deposits j i+ NNN + e++ 4 + 4+++ 4 + III OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY ffi CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY News One Year for only 50c t Lp e jii IiJ1 J IfJ i t oi k- i I t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1003 COUNTY STATE AND NATIONAL Issues Themes of Addresses by Cot Weissinirer and D II Smith Saturday I AUDIENCE WAS DEMOCRATIC Ii Harry Weissinger of Shelby and Congressman D H I ICol spoke at Oelzes store t j last Saturday afternoon in inter est of the Democratic party The Hon D H Severs of this city ulso deliv- eredf a short address in introducing i Col Weissinger The speakers were repeatedly applauded by the audience whinh was largely Democratic They ware shown close attention and the speeches greatly pleased the Democrats In the niilieiico were a nun bor of ladles There was not a negro present but quite a number of white Republicans The storeroom which will sent about 400 was about half full Col Veissi nyer and Congressman Stuth arrived in the city about noon They came on the 10 09 train which was late They wore met at the depot by a number of prominent local Dem ocratsCol Weissinger began spearflng about 1 80 The Hon D H Severs in intro lacing him spoke several minutes on the importance of the campaign and in referring to Judge R C Kinkends speech Thnrsdaysaid that if he hadnt J nown that Col Oelknap was the Re publican candidate tor Governor he would nave thought that Caleb Powers was the Republican candidate for Governor when he heard Judge Kin kead speak He reviewed what Judge Kinkead said about Youtseys confes sion to him and said that it was Judge Kinkeads duty to make known to the public what he heard from Youtsey Col Weissingers Speech Mr Severs introduced Col Weissin ger as the farmer from Shelby county Col Weislinger opened his address by r stating that he had never sought an i office and is not seeking ono now He said that he considered that his finally anti his property are safer under A Dem ocratic administration than under a Republican administration Louisville ho siiid is safely Democratic bra majority of between 5000 and 10 000Briefly Cal Weiseitiger compared Col Belknap and Uov Boukham Bolknap he said is a nice young man who dresses well anti was born and roared in Louisville but is not congunial to the soil He hue no sym party with the farmers he said and sets himself tip for a statesman Be omiib he in soiling rat traps nud trace ohuins doesnt rive him an insight into r State trap He is not of the people antI has no sympathy with tile social conditions of the State Beckham ho said is every inch a man Ho was reared on a farm mad I tmight school in the country He Is descended from the early settlers of Kentucky and sprung from a race I I 1lnItuoKIto the solo of ins foot declared ColI Weissinger Col Visdinger dwelt on the race question a quarter of an hour In this question social conditions are involv ed he said and in order to preserve them the Democratic party must be j in power Roosevelt precipitated the question mi the South he said Ho J then told about Belknap voting for a JJllfrO who woos running against Mr Cecil fur Register of Lund Oflice I and asked if he would prefer a negro to a white mats oy doing that at that Bad Coughs i fi fiIhad a bad cough for six f weeks and could find no relief until 1 tried Ayers Cherry Pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle i cured meL II Hawn Newington Ont Neglected colds alwaysIj lead to something serious MThey run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia f consumptionDont Ayers Cherry Pectoral J just as soon as your cough begins A few doses will r cure you then Three sizes a 2Se 50= SI1 All dniililiI Consult your doctor If lie take It then do M lie ors If lie tell you not to take It then dont take It lie know Leave It with him We are willing J C AYER CO Lowell Mail I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hotutt a sediment br set tling Indicates an unhealthy tion of the kid If Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent to or in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There 1 Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootIn curing rheumatism pain In the kidneys liver bladder and of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItor beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the and to get up times during the night The and the ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you a medicine you should have the best by druggists In SOc andl1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of thisu wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It sent absolutely free by L condi neys i It stains your linen It desire pass It pain wish hack every part wine day many mild extra need Sold Doth mall J J SwampRootCO lion reading this generous offer in this paper Pont make any mistake hut remember till name SwampIfoot Ur Klllmers Swamp Hoot mid the address ninghumton N Y on every bottle time wouldnt he put negroes in office if elected himself Towards the negro Col Wuissinger said he has no animosity but to be honest he would eliminate him from politics He lines him he says but likes him in his place Through the Republican party th ere is no protection in the negro question for the South said Col Weis singer and his remarks along this line were loudlyI applauded In speaking of the big Republican rally in Louis yule at which Belknaps name was not once mentioned he sand that thereI were so many blacks present that Ii- shadow was cast over the whole thing and it all looked black The Republican speakers Col lieu singer said all avoid the assassina tion issue They dont mention it and dont want the Democrats to men tion it He triitnfnlly reviewed the events following the murder of Uoe bet and said that the people of Ken tuck are called upon to rebuue the assassination and it is his opinion they will Jn annealing to the voters present to cast their ballots for the Democratic party Col Weissinger told the story of the young man who hnd trouble with nls motherfu law Once she tOOK a trip to Texas and in a short tune no received a telecram stating thet she was dead The telegram was from the undertaker who asked if he should cremate bury or embalm The young man wired in return Telegram received Embalm l reI mate and bury Take no chances Now said Col Weissinger I want to apply this to the Democratic voters We must embalm cremate and j bury thin Republican party so deep it will never rise again Cast your ballot for peace good order snd Kentucky government Congressmans Smiths Speech Congressman Smith who spoke along national state and county lines was introduced by Dr Milton Board 3harman of the Central Duiocratio i comet i tteeIspeech with a few grateful remarks on his profound gratitude to Brucxcnridge uounty for past favors shown him and his pleasure at oelng with the people of Cloverport Going back to Alnxan tiler Hamilton and Thomas Jeilerson and coming up to the present time he showed that the politics of the two great parties are now what they were when their great leaders lived the Republicans being for Federal gov ernment only and the Democrats be lieving in states rights Mr Smith like Col Welssjlngar devoted H good part of his speech to the race question which he stated is one of the greatest questions before the country today Just alter the war he said the hue mind cry of the Repub loan party was that if tle Democrats were elected they would put the ne groes back into bondage But they didnt put them back The present cry of the Republicans he sand is that if the Democrats are elected they will disfranchise the negroes They are talking a lot of nonsense he said because Beckham and hh party cant trample over the Fifteenth amendmentThe Mr Smith sand have plainly told the negroes that they dont believe in social equality witn the negro Among other things they have done to show this was the passing of the separate coach Jlaw and there has been no complaint about thatThe meanest lowest down thing ever done by a man in high position said Mr Smith was Roosevelts act in denying the exclusive use of the White House ground to u ladles charitable organization for the recreation of some I white children A negro woman wrote Roosevelt a letter he said and told him if the white children go in to the grounds the negro childroi must go too Roosevelt then notified the organization that if the white children used the grounds the negro children would also nail the ladles said they would go somewhere else For some time Mr Smith spoke on the tariff question and the trusts giving the Democratic view of these national issues Ho said that the Re publican levy the tariff to keep other people out of this country that the inimufactiirers of this country saw ruin in sight if thev continued to cut each other on prices and got together and organized combines and trusts Theres not an article in the United States thats not under a trust and the combines are eating up the life blood of time country duo to the pro tective tariff of the Republican party he said They dont want to destroy the trusts because the trusts put up money for the Republicans to buy the elections nUll then when they get in pow er tax the people to keep up the trusts In 1800 he said the trusts put up over 20000000 for the Republican Campaign Committee In concluding his talk on national issues Mr Smith appealed to everyman wonnn and child who loves his country to come and stand with the Democratic party which he said has always taught the doctrine that the government is n creature of the people and not the people a creature of lh government and will turn the govern ment back into the hands of tho nine sea Uetunnig to State affairs Mr Smith quoted certain statistics to shows the difference between Re publican and Democratic administra tions From 1807 to 1800 the Dem ocrats ho said spent 79000000 for the people In nil this time there was only one shortage that of Tate who stole 10 of 1 per cent of that amount In speaking of the State school tax he said that tne Democrats had taxed themselves to pay for the schools of the negroes and asked them to point ont on act one the part of the Republican party that has been half that beneficial to them The statistics quoted by Mr Smith tended to show that the tax rate dur ing recent Democratic administrations had been lower than during the Re publican administrations and that the Democrats had paid off more RepublicansHeentire State debt of 1740000 and said I Correct Silverware I ICorrcctincharacter design and as dainty china or fine linen if you goodtasteforks spoons andfancy pieces for table use will be correct if selected from goods stamped KA 7 Rogers BrosRemember areImItatIonNo 6 address the maker International Silver Co Mtrldan Conn that on the first of last July there was in the State treasury a net surplus of 321000 and that by the first of next January there would be 1600 000The Democratic party Mr Smith said stands for law order and decency Who ever heard he asked of armed soldiers taking possession of the State house until Bradleys ndministintionll Who ever heard of the assaslnation of a prominent official until Tailors administration Whoever heard of changing the capitol from Frankfort to n mountain town be fore Taylor In a short while Mr Smith said the Democrats will restore Kentucky back to her place among the States if kept in power Peace love and harmony prevail everywhere Six months after Bccxham came into power the state militia were discharged and said Mr Smith they will never be needed again until the people turn affairs over to the Republican party These remarKS were loudly cheered One cry of the Republican party Mr Smith said is that the State I hasnt prospered under Becidiaui To disprove this he said that under Bradley 822 new corporations in the state were established with a totall capital of 20000000 while under Beckham there have been 1702 new companies incorporated with a total capital of 00000000 Mr Smith predicted that the Dem ocratH will sweep the State from the Jackson purchase to the tuountians and SuitsThey nro In great demand to25cmind wo have them ut the Ladles Jersey Ribbed Vest Hcuvy wellht20clleeied on the l Oc Illanketf White or gray cotton slro 104 You Ued We have biz line of and you they will in Breckenridge county Never he aid have Democrats In Breckenridge county put up cleaner and better men than D OMoorman and Tom Moore- Republicans Mr Smith said believe n public office is a private snap while Democrats believe in serving the peo ple who put them in office Mr Smith closed his speech with usual appeal to the voters to sup port Democratic ticket Col Weissinger and Cougressman Smith were entertained during their slay in the city by C W Moorman Sr They returned home on the 440 afternoon train Gained Forty Pounds InThlrty Days For several months our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion He tried several remedies but got no benflMit from them We pur some of Chamberlainss Stom nah and Liver Tablets and he com menced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gaind forty pounds in flesh He is fully recovered We have had a good trade on the Tablet HOLLEY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by Short Ha- nes 1 Did a Good Business The Cloverport Machine Foundry companys machine shop had a good ran last week ann considerably work The first work done by tbf shop WitS for Chas of Holt who had a cider mill repaired aAsc T o3x x A A Dears the- Blgaatnro of j Ta iwa- ysti Opens Another Bank I C Adair of Fordsvllle went to Kentucky the first of last week to open a new banK Mr Ateir J is now interested in a number of banks and is becoming prominent State in business circles Pleased With Mounmsnt J E Keith was In Louisville two days last week erecting n large family monument in Cave Hill for Dr W B White Dr White and lids daughter wore well pleased with toe monument especially the lettering The lettering was done by J Proctor Keith is an export workman in his iatw NHaweveoHwweaHalao ae a NOTICE T- OTaxPayersI f I am going to collect taxes and will give you a chance save the penalty Meet me at it following places and save yourself money andtt 2 trouble This may be your last chance before I the penalty goes on i iiGlendeane Friday Oct 30 1 to 4 p m McDaniels Thursday November 5 Rockvale Friday November 61 iiMake a point to meet me at these places at the time indicated Taxes must be paid and Iii must collect earlier than heretofore I want to i collect without extra cost to the taxpayer H M BEARD D 5B C First and Sixth Districts tw 11H lB9 H ti a1HtYN i p Babbages BARGAIN HOUSE Goods for the present fall and winter at low prices Last year our sales amounted to nearly 20000 on these goods such as Groceries Dry Goods and Shoes Out of all of these we had no complaint in prices or quality In selling goods we aim to give the customer the value in the thing he buys We do not guarantee shoes in every case but when they do not prove satisfac tory we always make right Our success in a measure has been that we treat all classes alike who deal at our house whether they be rich or poor If you have purchases make call on We will treat you right WE ARE NOT ASHAMED TO QUOTE PRICES HERE ARE SOME OF THEM Boyi Union day popular price Inside each OCelnstleOCularforcloakspreventhoseOcetustlcshellhighly5OccrochetedOOa4x54tacticsblankets GOCthanComforti a comforts 00IInte win the the the chased OcternsOcket5Ocwidth5cwuh25ctoe25cwllterOcsmoothweightfor 1 Oc 208ounce50cloth25ceach did Tinius eastern over the who line to the it it to us 5 Handkerchiefs sc Toilet Soap lie Money Purses Sc Soap and Thimble be Toothbrushes sc Side Combs 8c Box Hair 1lns 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