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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r r 7A 1 J I d i Y 1n li jRf4 Ut i I 10 t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 IVOLr XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1903 8 Pages NO 16 I iOLDFIDDLERS 0 ArI i Photo by W MnUlngly Clorcrport Ky Halftone lliybarlillusli Jt Cu Louisville Ky Reading from right to left their names are as lullows First rowJohn Cider John Asking L W Arjabrlzht James Johnson Second RowR W Lewis John Ball Joe Stewart Louis Ashley Chu Furrow The picturesi of two old fiddlers Price Gaaham and Thomas therton who took part in the contest which do not appear in the group above could not be recured as they were absent when the photograph was taken those who take their place R W Lewis and John Askins are old fiddlers of this community and Mr Lewis was one of the judges I NEW TICKET w i IS ELECTED i fL Progressivei Ticketzfor Council Wins Over Cjtizens by t l Big Majority MUCH SCRATCHING WAS DONE r t 1 i If fIj In the election yesterday for city councilmen the new ticket known as the Progressive won over the old Citizens ticket by s majority ranging from 102 to 180 the average majority being 107 The first precinct gave tiheProgressive ticket an average oteI of 40 the second 45 and the third Too From thotlrst preoincPhff Gitl zen A ticket received an average vote of 20 from the second 19and from the third GO There was Much scratching as will lie seen from the official vote given below Much in terest was shown by the voters in the conncilmanio election Below follow thA official returns PROGRESSIVE TICKET No IJ M Fitch 30 7Precinct 45 T W Pate 40 H O Yeauer 37 C S Lamb 32 S H McCrackcn 40 Precinct No 3J M Fitch 45 J H Brown 45 JWPate 45HG Yeager 400 S Lamb 40S H McCracken 49 Precinct No 8J M Fitch 107 JH Brown 152 J W Pate 165H G Yeager 167 0 S Lamb 146 S H McCracken 105- UITIZENS TICKET Precinct NolU B Skillman 27 SP Conrad 17 M Beheu 18 U E Lightfoot 20 Chas Hamman 20 T S Nichols 14 Precinct No 20 B Skillman 20 H P Conrad 18 M Behen 20 C E Lightfoot 20 Chas Hainman 20 T S Nichols 15 Precinct No 3C B Skillman 83 S P Conrad 51 M Behen BO C E Lightfoot 60 Chas Hamman 70 T S Nichols 40 I Fine Price for Tobacco fiJ Gus Allen of Garnettsville sold J two hogsheads of trash and two of 1 lugs in Louisville Monday at six cents net This is considered a fine price fort tobacco of thesE grades l lMrsMaggie Funk Dead Bewleyville Ky Nov aSpecial sMrsi Maggie Funk who has been very ill several weekS died Saturday I night j f I r Tobacco Situation Unchanged Tae tobacco situation in this city as far as can be learned is unbhang ed John P1 jon is contemplating rentlngthB Pace warehouse injwhich case he will buy for Galleher Co If he does this it will bee grad thing for the town in and waas It will give employment to f rtyor fifty ShiPIpedles If this cmpl1nybuys here it iu not known lit present what effectit will have on prices The public does not know whether Galleher d Co belong to tho the tobacco trnst Some are Inclined to thiuK one way and some another It is not known now whether they would cut prices on each other or not but it is the optn ion that Galleher Co like the American will not improve Ibe prices The market for the tobacco growers in this section is still vfry uncertain and yet a matter oftpQii decture i Report of Frymire School Examination held Oct 22 and 28 1003 The following pupils having passea written examination on list of questions not prepared with the in tention of giving them something simple that they might all umke a high average but questions that would cause the pupil to think made general averages as follows Advanced Department Anna PJp ham 072 E Gertrude Allen 047 W Abner Robertson 017 Vanda H Fiyaiire032 Fannie B Barger 011 Victor H Robertson 878 Intermediate Department Lena Brnshear 044 John Popham 042 Roy H Bassett 04 Jessie E Pop ham03 Owen C Bruner030 Mertle B Bane 010 Amy Barr 841 Mol lie Barr 82 L S Brashear 84 PrimaryCaroline Brashear 02 I- iI find at Frymire pupils most of whom have what is so essential the proper training at home Zelma Lay Teacher Big Factory for Owensboro Owensboro Ky Nov IPlans have been consummated for the re moval to this city of the Roevans Co manufacturing plant of Green Bay Wis The concern will be capitalized with a capital stock of 250000 Something over 75000 worth of stock has been taken by forty of Owens boros business men The plant has been manufacturing school and church furniture for the last ten years in Green Bay The plant will be lo catedin the building of the Owens boro Chamber Suite Company at SeVen Hills Yotet clean prompt service at Judson Coombs tonsorial parlors 1t a THE OLD COCKS- A CROWING- IN BRECKENRIDGECOUNTY Moorman for Representative Moore for Circuit Clerk Hancock Republican Hancock county went Republican yesterday in tho election for Governor Representative Circuit Clerk and Circuit Judge Belknap received 204 majority Stewart for Representative 120 majority Kyler for Circuit Clerk 100 majority and Morrison for Circuit judge 131 majority The Republicans are claiming that the Sixth dim trict will go for Moirison hy a majority of 50 Wm C Wheeler Dead William 0 Wheeler a prominent citizen of Perry county died Saturday morning October 81 at his home at Hardin Grove Ind after a long illness The deceased was seventy two years old A widow and two sons survive him The funeral took place Monday morn ing at 11 oclock from the residence Rev Taylor pastor 6f the M E church officiating The tmrial was in the family graveyard Card of Thank The undersigned wish to thank friends and relatives for their kind sympathy and aid in the sickness and death of the late William C Wheeler The Family New Be wleyville Firm Bewleyvllle Ky Nov 3Special- A new firmBeunett Morris takes the place of Bennett r Drnry Rev George Morris having bought out Geo Drury Rev Morris has also bought the dwelling owned by Tho Anderson and will movo soon = Machinery Arrives The special machinery tor making interlocking tiling for the Murray Roofing Tiln Company has arrived from Bncyrns O Tho big clay shed at the companys plant lies neon completed and clay is being stqred under it for use in in clement weather Manager Murray had a number of teams at worn last weeK scraping away the upper soil near the clay holo in order that the clay which is only a few feet below the surface might be uncovered and easily available to the men employed in bringing it to the pug mill And Yet No Statement Although more than a mouth has elapsed since President Dorsey of the State Fair association promised the Owonsboro guarantors an with itemized statement of the receipts nail expend itures of the second annual state fair the report hue not been received and the probabilities are that tho docu I ment will be delayed until after tho association holds its annual meeting on November fi There are a large number of unpaid accounts over the State and the creditors of the institution are clamoring for their money Enjoying Good Trade The merchants of this city are en joying an excellent fall trade All of them have brought on much new goods and it keeps their clerks busy to wait on their customers during the fall rush On account of the heavy buying a number of the stores have had to employ more clerks The trade is especially good on Saturdays and these good times for the merchants are only a few out of the many Indica tions that Uloverport is on a boom OUR NEXT REPRESENTATIV THE HON D C MOORMA OF ULENDEANE TOWN DEMOCRATS VICTORIOUS In Breckenridge County in Both County and State Elections Tuesday ALL MAJORITIES ARE SMALL- Time election for state and county officers Tuesday in Breolcenridge county was very close the Democrats coming out ahead by small majorities At all the precincts much enthusiasm was shown by tho voters of both parties mid it was predicted that tin races would be close In the moo for Representative tile unofficial returns Ehow that the Hon D C Moorman the Democratic can didate received a majority of 48 ovei Matt Payne the Republican candidate In the race for Circuit Clerk Toni Moore the Democratic candidate received 54 more votes than W S Bull the Republican candidate Jolly the Democratic candidate for Surveyor Weed Chelf Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge and J R Layman Democratic candidate for Com monwealths Attorney had no opposi tion from the Republican party Beckhani won over Belknap by tin small majority of 110 The electlor over the county was very quiet aUt no disturbances or frauds have beet reported At Hudson villo a Repnblicai precinct 20 balots were thrown ou as illegal Voting for the Prohibition Socialist and Socialist Labor ticke was very light and no votes were cas for any of these tickets in a nuinbe of precincts Few votes also I cast for or against the Constitution- amendment The vote for Governor Representative and Circuit Clerk h majorities will be found on the las page of this issue in tabulated form STATE GOES DEMOCRATIC I jI Louisville Ky Nov 4 1 a in Special Beckhani carries the Stat by from 10000 to 12000 majority The whole Democratic ticKet in tb city of Louisville elected by fro 4000 to 5000 majority THEOLD RELIABLEl l I Ab5olutelyPuro THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ADDITIONAL LOCAL Chas Ryan was up from Owensboro yesterday millineryMissJpdith Chas Fnllon spent Sunday in Louis vine with friends Court Babbiige was down from Louisville yesterday Edward Harris and Willis Lewis spent Sunday in Louisville Mauiie Gardner left lust weed for the Masonic Home in Chicago MM Sam Berry of Louisville was the guest of relatives here last weeK If you want something nobLy in millinery pay me a cII1lMis8 Judith MillerMiss Mattieolyde Bonnor of Texas was the guest of Miss Ethel Oelze lust week Mrs Y D Watersof UweDlboro wall the guest of Mr and Mrs Eugene Goff last week Miss Verna Robertson of Glundeane was the guest of Miss Ethel Oelze part of last week stylishhntsJudith Miller Miss Anna Jarboe was the guest of Miss Kate Mason of Cunnelton Saturday and Sunday Miss Grace Ferry went to Louis ville Saturday to attend Bryant Strattons easiness college Mr and Mrs Wm Hensley of Har dlnsbunj were time guests of Mr and Mrs F M Smith Thursday The local bull team didnt go to Cannoltou Sunday to play the team there on account of the rain November Eevrbyodys magazine has opportunity open to renders to mAke 8100 Sold by J D Babbago Miss Dee Bushman of Lodlbnrg I was the guest of her parents at the Squires House Saturday aud Sunday i November Worlds Work lint besides many other interetiug articles one on the postofllce system Sold by J D Bubbiige Mr aud Mrs 0 E Keith and I children of Elizabethtowu were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith ast week Eugene Golf is proprietor of the Confectioneryeopened up last week In the building recently occupied by Judson Coombs Mrs McKinney of Morgantown returnnd home Saturday after a pleas- ante visit of several weeks to her daughter Mrs Weaver Tatum who dI accompanied Her home 1i Hon D C Moorman of Glendeane i was In town several days last week t Jim Walker colored was at home from his government position at t Frankfort yesterday to vote tha Demo t cratio ticket r Here are some of our magazines for Everyallady Strand Frank Leslie Munsey PearrV son Ainsles and Sis Hopkins maga tine of funJ D Babbage Rev Nobe Christian and mother Mrs Sarah Christian of Ashland Ky were in the city last week the guests of his brother M L Christian pres ident of the Cloverport Machine and Foundry Company Rev Christiana resided in this city many years ago with his parents Mrs Leon McGavocK and children were the guests of ner mother Mrs T eJ D Ireland nt Hklllman last week Last Wednesday afternoon Mrs e Ireland entertained informally in n honor of the twelfth anniversary of Mrs McUavocks marriage r I S The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 41003 LONG TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT Fifteen Days Were Consumed iin Deciding a Number of Im portant Cases REPORT OF TilE PROCEEDINGS HnrdansburgKy5pceialThe fol lowing are the Circuit t Court proceed ingfl for the second nnd lust week o f the present term A judgment was rendered in favor of the plnlntilfs quieting title to several tracts of laud in the case of Jnnips Hovlonn Mary J Miller nw Enola Itnifrrty vs the Tar Creek Valley Mineral and NaturalI Gas company Tho action of Isaac Priest against James Priest Ro was submitted for judgment on the face of the papers The court took the cnQe under advise mentIn the case of C M Smith vs Hen ry Greenwell and others a judgment t was rendered the plaintiff for u stile of land in payment of his debt and costs Sheriff Frank P Payne received ax order from the Board of Prison Com missioners last week requiring him to return Samuel H Harrison to the Eddyville penitentiary without delay as he had violated the terms of his pa role Mr Harrison was sentenced to a life term in the penitentiary several1 years ago for Killing Ed Thompson the town marhsal of Hardmsburg He had been out on parole for about eight mouths County Attorney L1 A Faurest of Hardin county was sworn in as a member of this bar on the motion ol Attorney Morris Eskridge The damage suit of E W Lampton against R D nwiddie and others was tried last Thursday Mr Lampton was riding along the highway when his horse was frightened by the de fendants header He was thrown from hIS horse and suffered serious in juries which confined him to his bed for several weeks The petition asked for 5000 as damages At the con clusion of the testimony for the plain tiffdefendants moved the court to pre emptorily instruct the jury to return a verdict for them The court sus lathed this motion on the ground that the plaintiff had fa 1 lid to introduce ev idence showing that the injuries complained of were caused by the negligence of the defendants The jury re turned a verdict for the defendants and the petition of the plaintiff was dismissed The case of heR E Mnrphy against Flora Lee Oiborne and others was con tinned by consent and the defendants were given thirty days within which to file their answer therein The case of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse Co against T A Probus was submitted for judgment The action of W E Board vs Hugh Baycrafl was tried Wednesday The jury returned a verdict in favor of the Paines Celery CompoundCures DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION AND STOMACH TROUBLES The tortures and evils of dyspepsia and indigestion are experienced by thousands at this time The dyspeptics train of evils may be enumerated as follows feelings of dizziness languor nervousness sleeplessness headache distension of the stomach loss of flesh difficult breathing and the action of the heart is seriously affected All forms of dyspepsia are quickly banished by the use of Celery Compound The use of this marvelous medicine allays the inflammation of the nerves centred about the stomach it opens up the sewers of the body and removes all waste matter it cleanses the blood it makes new nerve fibre it restores digestive power and promotes bodily strength and activity Mr Fred Ross Clarendon Iowa briefly writes about his happy experi ence with Paines Celery Compound as follows It gives me great pleasure to testify to the merits of Paines Celery Compound I can candidlyand honestly say it is the best medicine in the world Two years ago I was suf fering from indigestion and nervousness andI was so run down that I could hardly walk without help I used two bottles of Paines Celery Compound and got better almost from medi1cineWhen a hat a good dress or other garment is a little faded and old inI fashion it need not be thrown away Color it with DIAMOND DYE- SV have a special department of advice and will utwer free any queitloa about dyeing Send ample of goods when ponlble Direction book Iud 45 dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt Se 2F plaintiff in the sum of twentyfive dol lars Tne four cases of Dr P W Foote A i llingwater Geo E Morris and Emily Hook against the Imlependen Long Distance Telegraph and Tele phone company were dismissed with out prejudice by the plaintiff On the tentu dav of the term the action of Frank Fraize against J R Mays was tried Thasuit was on some notes and the jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff In the snm of seventyfive dollars On a succeedIng day of the term the plaintiff moved the court to grant him a nW trial which motion was overruled by the court The actions of Breckenridge county against S A Pate and V B Burtons administrator five in number were argued by J Alton Deane for the plain tiff and Morris Eskridge and Reuben Miller for the defendant and submit ted on the demurrers tiled by the de fenants which were sutalned by the courtThe trial of the ease of F W Hull against the L H St L Ky Cons begun on last Thursday and consumed three days This suit was for damages in the sutra of s25000 for per sonal injuries received by the plaintiff who was an engineer in n wreck that occnred about three years ago near Wnltumn in Daviess county The jury returned a verdict for flOOO In favor of the plaintiff Col Bennett H Young of Louisvilleana Judire NMo Mercer represented the plalntill and R A Miller of Owensboro was the attorney for the defendant The jury was composed of the following gentle men Nelson Claycomb Eli Chapin John H Elder John Stinnett S F Baslinm J B Rioketts John Furrow John Alexander Milt Squires John B Butlr Julius Dntchske and J L GrayThe case of DS Richardson against W B Kayborn was settled by the par ties and dismissed On motion nf the plaintiff the action of George P Glasscock against John P Garner and others was dismissed without prejudice Circuit court adjourned last week after having been in session fifteen daysAmong the visiting attorneys here during this term have been J S Wortham and John Graham of Leitchfield Col Bennett H Young of Louisville Allen Dean R A Miller and Jas R Skillman of Owensboro L A Faurest of Elizabthtown and V G Babbage and H C Murray of Coverport When you dont feel rightare not yourself but dont know what is tbe matter try taking Wall hers Pepton ized Port It is just a good common sense ton ic that works in a natural way It is simply a combination of pure pepsin natures own digestive agent with that fine old tonicgood port wineIf doesnt do the work you need a doctorIf are not in need of u doctor it will do the work Do not experiment with patent nos trums of mysterious makeup which you would not touch if you Knew their composition Small size 50 cents large size 100 For sale byA R Fisher Obituary Thomas n Bandy after a lingering illness died at his home near Irving ton surrounded by his wife children and triends October 12 aged 77 years Mr Bandy professed religion in the Lord Jesus Christ in the year 1815 and became a member of the Old Freedom church where he lived a consistent member until his death He lived hs religion in the church as well as out of it and was always spoken of as an up right honorable business roan and neighbor and will be greatly missed in his cominunityJMany friends through out the neighborhood sympathize with the bereaved family lie was married fifty three years ago to Nancv More docK and seven children survive him They are Stephen Bandy near Bew leyville Mrs Charlie Fisher Glen deaue Mrs Will Hobbins Clifton Mills and Mrs Mnsselman Mrs Mc Coy Mr James Bandy and Ginger Foote Bandy of Irvington IR F D Route Is a Go IDr n L Newsom in a conversa tion with Congressman D H Smith Saturday was assured that the propos ed rural free delivery route out from this place will be establised He was Informed that the papers had nil been sent on to Washington and the recommendations for carrier but the process being somewhat slow it may be six months or more before the route will r be eatatllahedSpud Seller in Jail Win Harrison of McQnady this county Is in jail at Owensboro in default of a x00 bond Harrison is charged with selling liquor without a I arrestled urday by Deputy United States Mar- I thai OillilandI Dragging Pains 2825 Kwlev St CurCAIJO ILL Oct 2 1002 suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pawns through the groins I suffered terribly at the time of men struationlhad blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seethed to course through my veins andafter using eleven bottles I was a well woman c cLA Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pat tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving AdvisoryDepartment Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- nnWINEe1CARDUI WEBSTER- J T Dranes condition is somewhat improved MrsH H Hatfield is somewhat improvedMrs Robbins teas been poor ly for several days BornTo the wife of NsvtJ n Hor sley Oct 18a girl Miss Blanche Payne of Pierce is visiting her sister Mrs H O Keys Miss Norris Kurtz visited Miss Bernice ShacKlett at Ekron last week Grant Robbins has bought a farm of Charlie Hatfield lying two miles west of nere Miss Mary Hatfield returned last Sunday from a visit of several weeks in Louisville J B Dutscbke has been at Hardins burg for the past two weeks serving on the petit jury D H Haynes and family visited relatives at Ekron last week return- Ing home Sunday Miss Corn Lee Anderson of Gus ton visited Miss Nun K Lyddan Saturday and Sunday Tom Moore Democratic candidate for circuit court clerk was circulat ing in our midst last week H O Keys was in OwensbOro all of last week as witness in some railroad suits that were pending in the cicrmt court C H Claycomb is making prepara tions to balls on his farm a portion- a portion of the Kurtz estate lying adjacent to town Mrs J W Lewis of Brandenburg and Mrs J W Malin of Louisville are visiting Mrs J M Herndon and Mrs S P Parks this week Mrs H A Bashitma very estimable lady of the Clifton Mill neighborhood died Oct 10 of a complication of diseases A husband and eight child ren mourn her departure FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way of Using Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is it cure suitable for old and young I pen you the following A neighbor of mine hud a child just over two months old it had a very bad cough and the parents did not know what to gle it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes Unique Window Display A unique window display is to be seen at the W B Oelze music and jewelry store this week On a green velvet covering a number of beautiful gold watchs watch fobs etc are displayed The back of the floor in the window is slightly elevated and In front of this elevation n beautiful gold watch is swinging backward and forward The watch is attached to the pendulum of a clock which is concealed This window display is very attractive like many others Mr Oelzo has had at his popular store To Cure A Cold In One Day AlldrugJtlstsEo Yf Ones signature Is ou each box SAc j i Teachers Association The following is the program forth Teachers District Association to be held at Webster November 7 1003 The TeacherHis environment House fnrnlHhlng Grounds Educa tional spirit of Community Prof A E McClure langunEteIWhen to begin as a recitation and to what grade continueMiss Mary KennedyHow conduct a recitation Miss Ina McCoy What advantage can be derived from the study of Pnysiology Miss Bertha Brown To what extent should every lesson be a spelling lessonHow teach use of dictionary Murray Blan ford Miss Bevlo Cain Importance of reading as a developer- of character Mrs 0 EMcClaro SpellingHow touch it Value of Spelling Miss Dee Basham Mistakes teachers make Miss Lot tie Compton A description of the nest school I have ever seen MIBS Lina K Stith Method of teaching Gramuier Miss Ethel Beard HistoryAnd Biography their value Miss Alberta Drury What is teaching Miss Pearl Mays Arithmetic Value of Analysis KM Basham Joel B Pile Pres Mattie Z Hook Vice Pres Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the nrethu neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hlgn colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci ftc Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the nrio acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Pythians Elect Officer s The Knights of Phythias assembled 10 Grand Lodge session rat Lexington last wees elected officers as follows Joseph Covington Bowling Green Grand Chanoellor William F Shnerman Carrollton Grand Vice Chancellor J W Carter Owensboro Grand Keeper of Records and Seals Jule Plnmmer Newport Grand ExchequerT Grand PrelateM McLean Covington Grand MasteratArmsGeorge Louisville Graad Inner Guard OH Pollard Jackson Grand Outer GuardW Qulnby Dayton Supreme RepresentativeThese will preside over the Grand Lodge during the biennial en campment next year at Louisville CASXOaXABears theits Kind You Hats Mwals BOUght Signature of Mercer Hudsoii Mr Robert Mercer and Miss Lea Hudson of Constantine this county were married at Cannelton lad on Tuesday of last week Squire Wm Huff performed the ceremony MINTONEINSTANTLY HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT 18 PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervous lieu CURES DlzsJaeu CURBS Nausea CURES Bleeplestneu CURBS quietsthe a N NNN NN N I VDANi t LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY r ri i BB Kyii t tofElizabethtown DISTRICT AGENT FOR HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK THE LARGEST COHPANV IN THE WORLD This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO j INSURANCE giving tho most liberal contract on farm and town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in cnse of loss Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up J Be HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky N iNNN N4SN + N NNN- FIF AskMEFo- rinfn the wonderful possibilities of the new country just being opened u- pBEAUTIFUL j INDIAN TERRITORY r Onr new booklet giving full information concerning Indian allotments settlements by Whites coal and mineral lands and agricultural and manufacturing opportunities forwarded on request CALIFORNIA H ONE FARE PLUS 200 j FOR ROUOD TRIP 3rd in each Month Jeo H Lee 6 P A 6 D Bacon G P A Little Rock Ark 0 via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of eacb month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasTerritoriesWriteThe Cotton Belt rune solid through train to Terse equipped with the molt modern and comfortable ran There train make quick time BoutnwetUIf copy of our handsome Illustrated booklets Borne In tbe Southwest and Through Texas With a Camera- L O SCUAEFCR Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O X W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket At St Louts Mo I U ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD I 36e60 LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA Daily to Nov 30 1903 Proportionatelyt Low Rales from other points Only Line running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to NEW MEXICO AlllfcONA and TEXAS THE 1st Cincinnati Vice Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect the First and Third in each Jmonth t r 1 I For Folders and = Lands address F Q W tbo I8EST1 I L CHRISTIANPresident Tuesdays JNO D BABBAQE Preident to Southwest on Tuesdays In 1 IBOARD OF DIRECTORS M L CHRISTIAN ROY CItAWFORD P D PLANK JNO D llAUnAClE J C NOLTE V v V CLOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE GO INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work make Castings and any other work I usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop 1 Will Open For Business About October I 1 BUSINESS INCREASEYOUR II 1secretary IBy spending more money for adver tising in th- eBREGKENRIDGE NEWS t r t IThe Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1003 z STEWART TOOK- FIRST PRIZE And Furrow and Ball Second and Prizes in Old Fiddlers 55Third Contest SUCCESS IN EVERY RESPECT The Old Fiddlers Contest given in H A Oelzes vacant store room Thurs day and Friday nights of last weAk by the A O U W lodge of this city was a success in every respect The attendance was very good about 000 people being present Thedo r ie celpta wer larger than expected and Very gratifying to the members of the lodge The playing was highly eujoyed by the audience on both nights There were three prizes The first prize of 25 was given to Joe P ir Stewart of MooleyvllleMeade county fTJand the second and third prizes of- t5 each went to Chas Furrow of this city and John Ball of Hardins burg The Judges were Dr K L Newsom Joe Fitcn Tom Lewis Tom Wroe and Charles Sipes Thursday Nights Contest The contest Thursday night opened with a talk by Chas E Lightfoot who stated that the judges were scat tered over the house and were unknown to the audience He requested that the audience keep quiet during the playing so that the judges could tear the music well and be given a fair chance to make their decisions Following Mr Lightfoota talk was a number of selections on the i pianola by O T Skillman who is an expert operator of this machine The pianola played a number of se lections during the evenings enter tainment and Mr Skillmana still in handling the pianoplayer was com plimented by land applause The old fiddlers were seated near the stage and one fiddler was on the stage at a time Each man was given fifteen minutes to play and the selec tion of his own piece Argatbright county Mr Argabright played The Girl I Left Behind Me Weevily Wheat Dixie Love Among the Roses and Rye Straw He had an odd way of ending each piece that elicited much laughter from the audience and was freely applauded His playing was very good and was a good starter for the Ian of the evening Thomas Etherton of this city play KentuckyHomeGirl I Left Behind Meall on a violin made by himself with an axe and a Barlow knife and strung by himself He made pretty good home music and kept the audience in a roar of laughter by his quaint allusions to his homemade fiddle as he played The third tiddler up was Louis Ash ley of Glendeone who played The Girl I Left Behind Me The Irish Washerwoman Gray Eagle Raccoon theJLittle Log Cabin by the Lane The Old Silver Skin and Twinkle Bright the Morning Star One odd poSltlou We seldom fear aIdanger that we cannot see The danger of being rundown by aIhorse is a very real one to everybody the danger of being murdered bya microbe does not trouble us And yet the minute microbe is more dangerous than the wildest horse The only people who can afford not to fear th if crobes of disease arc e who keep their blneand rich These ac Ucally iimmune from he attacks Of most microbeS Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery purifies and enriches the blood and gives the body vitality It cures scrofula eczema bolls pimples and other eruptive diseases which ore caused by impure blood I had been troubled for about four withIeczema or a akin dUeue which at limes was almost unbearable u it would itch ao writes Mr John Lariaon of 113 Powhattan St DallaITexas I concluded to try Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery and after using five bottlesIsound that I wu entirely cured Please accept many thanks Accept no substitute for n Golden Med ical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the blood Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation and its consequences Get the Most Out of Your Food You dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not die gest all that is ordinarily taken into it It gets tired easily and what it fails to digest is wasted Among the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of ner vous headache and disagreeable belch ing I have taken Hoods Sarsaparilla at different times for stomach troubles and a run down condition of the system and have been greatly benefited by Its use I would not be without It In my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stom ach and nausea and find Hoods Sarsaparilla Invaluable E BHICKMAN WChester Pa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system which rested on the right side of his breast He played exceedingly well was generally correct in notes and played ninny oldtime pieces to the satisfaction of the audience He is an excellent nilround player He was tht recipient of unstinted ape planseJoe Stewart of Mooleyville came next with Natchez Under the rill Yankee Doodle with variations Washingtons March college Horn Pipe Fishers Horn Pipe Kiss Me Sweetly Stewarts Long Bow composed by his father Edward Stewart Devils Dream Fox and the Hounds and Bona partes Retreat His playing is described under the head of Friday Nights Contest wnen it was equal to if not better than his first nights playingAfter Mr Stewart came John Ball of Hardinsbnrg who is to be termed a first class oldtime player He hand les the bow well keeps good time and makes firstclass music He played Stewarts Long Bow Leather Breeches Possum up a Gum Stump and Raccoon Down in the Hollow My Old Kentucky Home Irish Washerwoman Arkansas Traveler Wagoner Stony Point and Fox and the Hounds All of Mr Balls pieces were much en joyed especially the Fox and Hounds which was loudly applauded- J H Elder of Hardinsbnrg was the last fiddler to play In good style he gave the audience Shoo Fly Flower of Edinburgh Rory OMoore The Girl I Left Behind MeSolo Nol Arkansaw Traveler Gray Eagle Drunkards La ment and Dixie One feature of Mr Elders playing that was pleasing to the audience was his clear good notes He is an excellent player and of his own style In the main he played his pieces correctly and gave much pleasure to the audience When Mr Elders time was up the judges retired and on returning an nounced that MrStewart was the best oldtime fiddler of the evening The loud applause following the decision showed that the audience agreed with it During the evenings performance- a number left but this was on ac count of the excessive heat of the room Several hundred seats were full and the available standing room Friday Nights Contest Friday night there was ti contest between the new fiddlers and then one between the best fiddler of Thursday night and the best fiddler of Fri day night W B Oelze operated the pianola on this evening us Mr Skillman could not be present Chas Lghtfoot introduced the fiddlers as he did on Thursday night All of them were home men and needed little in troduction Mr Lightfoot referring to each as one of our old citizens Each man was allowed twenty minutes and the choice of his pieces Chas Furrow came upon the stage first amidst a wave of applause He played Cauliflower Flower of Edin barghHaste to the Wedding Wagoner A New Married Lady Shippingport Betty Hayes in F and Devils Dream His notes were very clear and pleasing- to the ear His playing is more fully described under head of Difficulty- of Decisions Price Graham the next fiddler itartea off with Bill Cole He then charmed his audience with Dixie with variations A Scolding Wife Gray Eagle Money Musk Leather Breaches and Wagoner His Scolding Wife was simply fine being alternately soft and shrillllke the title piece He was fine with the short bow Owing to the regularity sweetness and soft tone of his music ho was a close contestant for the third prize HILI music was truly good and thorou jhly enjoyable Mr Lightfoot in Introducing Jas W Johnson who came next said that he bad played all over Cowheel forI the last twentyfive years Mr John ions playing probably worked on the motions of those present more than that of any other fiddler He played some beautiful pathetic pieced and iome ludicrous ones and withal made good entertaining music His pie ces were Bonapartes Retreat Anld Lang Syne Tom and Jerry Rye Straw Old Dan Tnciter Drunken Hiccoughs rind Soldiers Joy His Drunken EHccoughs was excellently played and probably elicited more laughter than any piece played during the contest unless it was ChasFurrow8 Pop Goes the Weasel which fairly set the I 4 audience wild When Mr Johnson had finished the judges retired to decide who was the best fiddler of thd second night They conferred this nonor upon Chas Furrow and suggested that he and Mr Stewart should be given forty minutes that both be seated upon Ute stage and play alternately the pieces of their own choice the best player of the two to receive the first prize This was accordingly done Then the fun began in earnest At the outset Mr Furrow with tne permission of the audience threw off his coat and botn got down to busi ness The audience cheered and the fun had begun Everyoody was in terested and leaned forward eager to hear every note Those present wore mostly nome people but no partiality in words of praise and encouragement were shown Mr Furrow over Mr Stewart Cloverport people dont do that way they are too generous Mr Stewart led off with Money Musk then Mr Furrow followed with Forked Deer Then from Stewart came Devils Dream and from Furrow Flshers Horn Pipe Then from Stewart Fishers Horn Pip and from Fur row Pop Goes the Weasel All were well played especially the plucking part and the audience swayed with merriment After this Stewart played Yankee Doodle with variations Cinderella Waltz Gray Eagle in Strasby time Stewarts Long Bow Straw Bonnet Arkansaw Traveler and College Horn Pipe a most dim cult piece and Furrow alternated with Wait for the Wagon Wagoner in B fiat Natchez Under the Hill Ladies in the Ball Plckaway Straw Bonnet in different key from that played by Joe Stewart Arkansaw Traveler and Jenny Lind The forty minutes were up and the interest of the audience was at its highest point The judges retired Mr Lightfoot read the decision It stated that in their judgment Mr Stewart was the best fiddler and en titled to the first prize of f2il They also decided that the second and third prizes of feach should be given to Mr Chas Furrow and Mr Jonh Ball The decisions were applauded to the echo and many in the audience went for ward to congratulate the successful contestantsDifficulty of Decisions The judges in making their decisions took every point into consideration age ot music manner of playingnian ner of holding bow and violin etc They admitted that it was a very difficult question to decide between Stewart and Furrow Both were ex perts in handling the bow Furrows playing was excellent time regular notes clear but he made a few minor errors Stewart gained over Furrow not in tone but Incorrectness of notes While Stewart was a little fast ale notes were all correct as far as the judges could discern The contest between Mr Ball and Mr Graham was very close the judg es say and it was with difficulty that they decided which was the bet ter fiddler Betides the three prizes given to Messrs Stewart Furrow and Ball 1 each was given to Tbos Etherton and Jas Johnson Their playing was more quaint than that of any of the other fiddlers and furnished the greater part of the real amusement for the audience As To Its Success The A 0 U W people are satisfied with the success of the contest and so are the people generally The committee composed of Wallace Lichen WB Oelze and Heury Le win and everI memoer of the lodge deserves much credit for the success of their efforts for all worked to make it a great affair Many fiddlers who were ad vertised to take part in the ccntest could not be present but all agree that what was lacking in quantity was made up by quality For tne maiden efforts of the lodge in this direction the affair speaks well To show what they can do in this line it might repay to give a young fiddlers con test In the near future But this we offer only as a suggestion For sick headache try Chamberlains tomacb and Liver Tablets they will ward off the attack if taxen In time For sale by Short Haynes Wedding at Derby Mr Harry Little of Dexter and Miss Edna Meanier of Magnet Perry county Intl were married in St larya church in Derby Ind last week A large crowd witnessed the ceremony Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious AyersPillsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Aiidu Rbb Want your ninunMrh or Kara a beautiful brown or rich bluck T Then use BUCKINGHAMS DYEw hfs r8- u e O r rft If II c 4 1 LIVING FROM HAND TO MOUTH It Means Starvation for Some An eminent physician of this city recently saidIt Very thin people live from hand to mouth and have littlereserve for emergencies course we know of per sons whose nature it is to be thin tt born that way some 4 5 aaYlbut there is a healthy standard by which a person who knows himself can gauge his good health or poor health If for any reason he or she is below his or her normal weight then it is wise to look out for trouble In case the germs of grippe typhoid or consumption gain an entrance to the body they find a fertile field and develop immediately We can only compare this sudden taking on of disease germs by the thin body to the fertile field which lays fallow until an THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL8 Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ijTlTiTJTlTTJTirlTJT rTr1T A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Risers are unequalled as u liver pill They are lightly named because they give strength and energy and do thIef work with easeW T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny little ptlls in preference toi all others becanae they are so pleasant and effectual cure billionsnes torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strength en Sold by All Co Rotating The Crops It will be well for the farmer to have hid mind often dwell on the sub ject of the rotation of crops The thinking precedes and produces the practice Suggestions relating to this feature of all the good farming of today are in order It ought to be kept in mind as correct in practice for crops that are shallow in their system of rooting to follow those which root deeply This is as the occasion demand to be reversed of course Then crops that consume and crops that produce humus ought to come one after the other or occasionally they may be grown together with advantageA dea in rotation of crops is to plant so that the fertilizing materl al left by the crop proceeding is in the very best condition for the one suc the weak crop if it is a de sirable one is entitled to be in the unfortunate wind carries the seeds of some wild and worthless plant there and they quickly root and flourish Almost any grave change in health is at once betrayed by the loss of flesh which shows most often in the face This condition almost always coexists with fatI poverished blood A gain of flesh up to a certain point means a rise in other essentials of health the red corpuscles of the blood are increased and the color improved When persons find them selves losing weight they should heed the warning and use the proper means in time before disease fastens on them A tonic alterative is needed to digest rind assimilate the food CodLiver Oil was the old fashioned remedy for a rundown system or a chronic wasting disease The digestion of the oil is a task for the healthiest i stomach and sensitive stomachs rebel against it A great improvement in the means employed for the benefit and cure of such cases is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which maintains the nutrition of the body by enabling the person to eat retain digest and assimilate food It overcomes indigestion if present soothes the cough and by its alterative prop cities cleanses tune b ood All the organs therefore are fed on pure rich blood and the person using the Gold gathsinver nightsweats headache are dispelled It is the remedy for the Consumptive for the victim of Catarrh of the Lungs or the sufferer from Bronchitis A LIFE SAVER For over a third of a century Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery has been in common use in this country been taken by thousands of people and has cured thousands as our file of testimonials will proveyet no one ever heard of its harming a single person That is because it is made of purely vegetable Ingredientsis sclcn- tlfically prepared In the Medical Labora tory of the Worlds Dispensary at Buf fate N Y under the supervision of Dr I R V Pierce The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 1200 rate tOnly one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatresEStreet cars pass the door to all parts of the cltv- Everything neat and clean mm- 1 I Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE AGENT WANTED DALTONJGAII They Drug ceedingAnd rotation when the fertilizing elements in the soil are in the most available formA way of putting the case is in the remark that craps of dissimilar feed ing habit follow each otner IIFar mer Home Journal You Know What You Are Taking When you takuOrovos Tasteless Chill Ton ic IKCUUSU the formula U plainly printed on every bottle showing Ilust It IU simply Iron and Quinine In n tasteless form No cure Vu pay 1rlco 50c A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lunps caus- Ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened pre that I ran down In weight from 148 to 02 pounds I tried a number of rem edies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength SoldI by All Drug Cos i City Water Plugs Locked LOCKS have been put on all city water plugs at Hawesville by the I water company and in case of fire the town would be without protection I The city officers and the water oomph I ny cant agree bout the rates and nott one can predict the outcome of theI trouble I Cfltt3TORIu Bears the lgnatnreCf r just lba 1115 You Hare Aiwa s Bougnt I I 3000 FORFEIT I 1rmldUnited States by the undersigned proprietors of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery if they cannot show the originial letters and signatures of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their several medicines and thus proving time genuineness and reliability of all the multitude of testimonials volunteered by grateful people in their behalfMr Wyomingrltesthe throat in the very worst form could hardly speak above a whisper for two years Tried nearly a dozen patent medicines without reliefI was so discouraged that I just about decided catarrh could not be cured with any medicine My father however advised me to try Dr Pierces medicines before giving up I followed his advice and commenced using the medi cine on the twentieth of December I was surprised to note the result of the first months treatment Alter using six bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I was perfectly cured It has been months since I took the last medicine and I have not had the least return of my trouble I have felt beetter during the past two months than for seven winters previous to this time Mrs Lydia James of Ogdensburg Wis writes In regard to your medicine will Discoveryissick in bed with liver complaint and kidney disease and fever when I began to take DiscoveryInget around the IIOUM and gained right bottlesIof it and am sure I would have been in my grave by this time bad it not been for this remedy I would advise all suffer ing women to use Dr Pierces medicines Mrs Robt Lambdcn of Havana N Dak Box aj writes No one can tell how much I suffered with my leg It was so bad for a year I could hardly walk around to do my work and at times couldnt even bear the weight of a sheet over me at night but your medicines cured me My leg is quite well again After I lied taken two bottles DiscoveryIting better Took nine bottles of Golden l Medical Discovery also used Dr Pierces AllHealing Salve and now my leg is as well as it ever was Am willing everyone should know what good your medicines have done and would advise any one suf feting as I did to try the same treatment I think and feel sure it will help them Trim RKASON There is no medicine equal to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for purifying the blood It carries off the poisons which con taminate the life fluid It increases the activity of the bloodmaking glands and gives the body an increased supply of pure bodybuilding blood It builds up the body with sound healthy flesh in stead of flabby fat promotes the appe tite feeds the nerves and so gives to wear nervous people vitality and vigor There is no alcohol contained in Golden Medical Discovery and Itsabsolutely free from opium cocaine and all other narcotics Worlds Dispensary Med issn Props 6Q Aam St BUFFALO ff J MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE There Lite any Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January 21 1901 MEAT 8 MALT CO Loulsrllle Ky Gentlemen Havinc examined your Meat and Milt wiittsinnisi ill disease attended wlthdeblllty Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT 00 Loulmvlllo Ky GEO HI CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Lifer fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set fling estates All collections read enable Cloverport Kentucky Sour i StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous tuns headache constipation bad breath oIhenewdiacoveryreprewcents wiUalheproperties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not thefamoustroublesbymembrancsllnincIheMr S S Ball of Raveniwood W Va urii+JWMI troubled with sour stomach for twenty inn mtqorKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 4100 Size holding Slf ttaui the Mil ratahyparsd OHIOAQO Bold by all Druggist J 77f r III rt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D end Vr Q BADBAQE editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year 14 lQABT1goFTiiANTiRnrrrAvalfnesohari or at the rate of in prt rer line OBITUARIES rJinrcpd forM the rate ot 5 cants per line Money In advance EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 100J t iNow get ready for Thanksgiving vi Whats the matter with Hudsoi Vlllel- A partisan paper Is not a newspi v penI its an organ AI It WAR a verv nulet and peareabl election and n sober one too Nothing except HIP mint can mat money wit hont advertising Glad stone A dollar invented in the News Pith In advertising nr snbserlption iIs Worth two in the hank Onr Unreain Montbwas a crea Pncresp We mlde nearly 400 net names to our listthaw ndled to on- alremlv lartre lint pntR us right onto the 3000 mark The old Arnnot so nltl looking after nil Th v are a Rnriirhr lv set and the News takes plencur In introducing them to its readers fiddles IOWP and nil Dont try to rPhrnnes of Preckenridge county people throngl the column of am other medium The Htn rht pad only tray U trnutrl the nfl of the HronKonr tae News Tp PTerRerrt1yn owa IR the anti country wpoitlv in KpnfnnlcvI thAt lino the prnnd dlsHnoHnn of twins a m in her of Printers ink Poll of Honor And nn prr onnr of innnev inn bin B nlf in this list for a rmtwr 11nt having the rcnulsltp nn lific tinn The flnnllhVfltion t 11 a dptniod rlrcnln tion statement duly signed and dat ed =Onr old frJpnd Jnifp V N PRnv Of T3vHn ton III H11 hna n tender snot in h lll hPP1 far od oVPTOr In renewing hie ilfcrlplon to Hi NPWP bp aura I Pin mind to Ipari thronph the News thAt riovprp rt IIII prdlrp FO mane PPW lndnBrp to hprppl end hone It will HA n rhrlvlns glarel t havp a WArm glare in inv bean for lovprnort nnd her fntnro and will plwarai ohpriah kind fpplln1 for VIPI piHpna and InV friends fla I cnrmldpi them nil nnoV With heat wiahea fr vonrsplf nnd femur nnd 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the tjountry r eotle what the Saturday Evening Post is to the city people It is a Innn wholp oni mntrizin1 n magazine flint delights every mew ber of the household that clvnn satis fying nourishment to the mind that has common sens for the basis of its many splendid articles ThA Novem ber issue of Farm Life will bo the special Thanksgiving Nnmber Among its features will be a double page drawing In coors entitled Which One Shall Be Chosen Yon cnn secnre Farm Life frO for one year by renewing your sub scription to the News f n DavisThompson Last Friday afternoon Mr Jonn W DaVIs and Miss Con Thompson were married at Glende e the Rev A L Osborne performing the cere mony They will mako their homo at Glendeane I r J t1 TARFORK New music at 12jioW B Oelze L H Tan Is on the sick list Mrs Ella Keennn was the guest of Mrs T A Keenan Monday Mrs Agnes Porter of Mnttinglj was visiting Mrs Lillie Rogers Ins weekMisses Minnie and Emma Bnrdett and Miss Maggie Keenan were tb guests of Misses Ada and Nola Brown of Victoria Sunday night Ivan Bates went to Whitesville Sunday to see his uncle Mr McCarty who is seriously ill with typhoid fe verThe new church at this place fIs going up rapidly Mr and Mrs Marion Taokson hart reurned from a visit to Mrs Tack sons mother Mrs Ball of McQnady The lance last Saturday at Henrj Mattinglys at Balltown was quite a success Those wno nttunVd from this place were Mifces Mamie Emmn Enola and Lila Bnrdett any Miss Maggie Keenan Mensrs L C KEenan James Keennn Rune Rug lett Ivan Bates and Freddie Mat thews They report a jolly time On Wednesday Oct 21 the death angel called at the home of Mr and Mrs George W Rica and took from them their onto child Oval He was i sweet child and will he greatly missed The bereaved parents have the entire sympathy of the community lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cntarrh that can iot be cured bv Hulls Catarrh Cure F T CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Ve the undersigned have known F Tf Chenev for the last 15 years an+l elleve him perfectly honorable in all wetness transactions and finanuiallv able to carry out any obligations made by their Hrm West Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo U Walding Kinnnn C Mar in Wholesale Drnceists Toledo n Halls Catarrah Cure is taken in ernally acting directly upon the Mood and mnrr us surfncps of the sys tern Price 75o per battle Sold bv all rngdatQ Testimonials free Halls gamily Pills are the best Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Teachers Association of the Cloverport Die act which was to IIBVH been held at the Cloverport public school bnildlnc Saturday has been postponed indefi litely on account of the absence o Rnpt Joell H Pile and one half of the eacher The teachers of the dictict resent were Misses Mary Jarboe EllA ytith Rney Ballman Mabel teavin Mrs Ella Gregory Messrs eonard Oelze Isaac McCoy and Ed tend Wroe GrovesRoyal M r John David Groves of Rome Ind and Miss Bessie Ruth Royal jrinerlv of that neighborhood but now of Peoria III were married nnrlay at the M E chinch at Rome The bride and groom have gone to onserfeeping on their farm near Rome Miss Royal is a charming young lad Mr1 Groves is a young inns of liberal education He is the eldest Ron of Joshua H Groves the well known frirnier who lives just above Rome He Is also a grandson of J T Conner of Rome but formerly of loverrort President Roosevelt has issued his nnnnnl Thanksgiving proclamation in the following terms By the president of tho United States of America a proclamation The season is at hand when accord ling to the custom of our people it falls upon the president to appoint a day of praise and thanksgiving to God During the last year the lord has dealt bountifully with ns giving ns peace at home and abroad and the chance for onr citizens to work for their welfare unhindered by war famine or plague It behooves us not only to rejoice greatly because of what has been given us bnt to accept with a solemn sense of responsibility realizing that under heaven it rests with ourselves to show that we are worthy to nee aright what has thus been entrusted to onr care In no other place And at no other time has the experiment of Govern ment of the people by the people and for the people been tried on so vast a scale as here in our own country in the opening years of the Twentieth century Failure would not only be a dread ful thing fpr us but a dreadful thing for all mankind because U would mean loss of hope for all wno believe in the power and the righteousness of liberty Therefore in thanking God for the 1rAl If Iit Ll jftst IRVINGTON New music at 12J oW B Oelze Mrs Mack Avitt has returned from Louisville George Madden the insurance man is in town at work Mrs U T Marshall was in Louis vII Ie shopping Thursday D 0 Heron was in Louisville lAst week buying cattle to feed Mrs Minter left Sunday to visit friends end relatives in Louisville Miss Mary Payton spent Severn days here last week the guest of Mrs Dons Dannie Spradlin came home from school to vote the etraignt Democratic ticketRev T T Martin is making his home while in Irvington with the Me Glothlan family Blanch Claycotnb entertained the young folks at ner home in the coon try Friday evening The A 0 U Ws oyster supper came off as per advertised and was fairly well attended Mrs H W Herndon and grandson Herndon Mercke were the guests of her mother last week Cecil Spradlin left Sunday to make in Iindefinite visit to her cousin Mrs Holt in Louisville Dave Blshoi and family have re turned from Indiana and will make their home In Irvington John Frank Cluycomb has gone out 3f the hotel business and moved Into his cottage on Maple street Rev Lewis went to Garfield rhnrday and Stephensport Sunday to idmlmster the Oder of Baptism Miss Moorman of Glendeane was in ittendance at the oyster supper and Was the company of Mrs Claycomb Dolly Claycomb came home td spend junday She seems to be very much leased with her position at the Arcade Lonnie Uowell celebrated his twen ty first birthday by inviting several jf his friends to enjoy a feast with him Mrs Lon Moorman and Eva Hern don were in the city last week shopping and enjoying some of the enter ainmentf there Willie Wimp Crayton Clayoomb lichard Herndon and Clarence Ma Jlothlan came homo from Louisville to oust their votes Mrs Flag Wathen and son Richard of Bardstown Junction were hereto pay a visit to the old home at1 Jt Merino last week Mrs Clint Hook Improved Redlamls Gal Oct Ifi lOttl Jno D Babbnge Cloverport Ky Friend Babbage Charlie will hand yon money to pay errors and extend my subscription to your most valuable and welcome paper Its columns are closely scanned nnd every item read Through the oluiuns of the country press we keep In pretty close touch with happenings in Breckenridge Glad to say to my lends that my wiles health is pparently very much improved and I think after another winter spent here we can come home without injury to her health You know I would love to bd home now With best wishes for you and your paper nnd three cheers for Ball Payne Co they are sure winer for Brecuenridg oters do things right generally lose Your friend- Clint P Hook THANKSGIVINGPROCLAMATION mercies extended to us in the past we beseech Him that He may not with hold them in the future and that our hearts may be roused to war stead lastly for good and against all the forced evil public and private We pray for strength and light sc that in the coming years we may with cleanliness fearlessness and ws dom do our allotted work on the earth in such manner as to show that we are not altogether unworthy of the blessings we have received Now therefore I Theodore Roosevelt president of the United Sratesdo hereby designate as a day of general tnanksglving Thursday the 20th day of the coming November and do rec ommend that throughout the land peo ple cease from their wonted occupations and in their several homes and places of worfhip render thanks unto Almighty God for his manifold mercies In witness whereof I have here un to set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the city of Washington this 3bt day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hun dred and three of the independence of the United States the one hundred and twentyeighthTHEODOREE ROOSEVELT- By the president JOHN SAY Secretary of State JW j iti i ltot BEWLEYVILLE Phelps Walker was h me Sunday A fine rain Sunday evening and nightOverton Blanford went to Louisville SundayMurray Blandfprd went to Clover port Saturday Church conference Sunday after noon in the M E church Thos Anderson who sold to Rev Morris will probably move to Irving tonDr W A Walker wife and briny Elizabeth came Saturday to visit parents a few days Chas Blanford was in Louisville last week and bought sonic tine cattle to feed this winter Dr J M Waliter and wife attendee the funeral of Mrs Maggie Funk al Garnettsville Sunday afternoon Hon W A Stith and wife with the baby were down Sunday attending church and visiting Mrs Darling A small delegation from here went down to Brandenburg Saturday tc bear a big speaker who didnt come J M Hardaway is at home again Rev Hynes held a good prayer meeting with Uncle Joel Jordan Wed lesday afternoon Several of the neighbors were present Last week charmed by the lovliness of autumn I dropped Into poetry so- to speak but alas I how blank I felt when I read my effusion with the most mportant words left out Lire good ild Mother Goose ou one occasion I rerily couldnt sleep for thinking on it Dont tell the editor gentle reader but I believe I wonld fix hings up a little bett r fQr my own credit if it was my paper Golden rod SundaySchool Conventions The county executive committeeI of the Sundayschool association of Jreckenridge county hay decided to ob erve the week beginning Nov 23 Rnd ending Nov 20 as Sundayschool reek and we hope every school will bserve Sunday Nov 20 as Decision Day Let ns begin now to prepare fort There will be a Sundayschool con ention held in the Cumberland Pres yterian church at Garfield Saturday Nov 14 This is the district convene lon of the Hardinsbnrg disrict and- re hope every school in that district will send a delegate and a report to hat convention There is also to be 1 convention held in toe McDaniels istriot at MnDaniels abont Nov 13 nnel we hope to hold one at Custer in tht Hndsonville district on the 15th of the month The Committee Hand Badly Mangled Croft Pate who lives just over the Hancock county line caught his left and in a corn shredder at the Ed iglesby farm below town last Friday evening and had it badly mangled he flesh from the wrist to the first nuckle was torn from the bone and the thumb mashed Ht was attend beli by Drs Owen and Simons and the latter amputated nis thumb Under good care he is getting along nicely He has been working for Mr Oglesby for sometime and is now at his nome Ship Calves to Alabama G N Lyddan proprietor of the Park Place Stock Farm near Irving ton and brother Tom shipped six head of fine Hereford calves to Ala ruin last week What the Trust Has Done Louisville Ky Oct 31Col J P ernard president of the Louisville Warehouse company says that out of- the nine housjs in the city only four will be running this winter None teouloe without this I 1 17 FOR CHILDREN takes teething easy regulates he bowels and stomach stops cures summer complaint Mayor Yewell of Owentboro Kr say awayilebeyond control Three physicians rave him up Owens Pink Mixture saved his life I enough It saved our babyEj iIIW 1Lek FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLtT 25c nd Me bodies Ii r30eSold by all Dru- ggistsSatisfiedBe For Once W i Most everybody has more or less trouble with FLOUR and it is because net get right kind Then why they poor and get tho best and ho satisfied l1Our Golden Crown and Farmers Choice I Flour are unconditionally guaranteed to give satisfaction Absolutely Pure Always Reliable i STAR ROLLER MILLS r 5 CLOVERPORT KY JVtr v VA ANAu n k Mu 1 II uwM J f Our Repair Shop Do you know that we have among tho best Repair Departments in this section of the country Equipped with uptodate and machinery and a stock of ma terial and repairs that a city shop need not be ashamed oH A pretty broad assertion but it is a fact nevertheless Our motto i- sWell Do it Right or Not at All Do you know where eight watches out of every ten are ruined 1 It is by some socalled repairer They either tt dont know how or not prepared for it or dont care We Guarantee First Class Work Lewis Sc Ball t JEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURGt KY id iJ- ff I STATEMENT OF THE Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co INCORPORATED AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 26 1903 RESOURCES Real Estato 658 88 General Expenses 02 Cash in Bank 783 52 Notes and Accounts Secured 3160 69 Interest Due s rihr 15 IJ0 I V 4621 26 = Tying t E generally they do tho dont stop buying FLOUR jIJ one tools LIABILITIES J Capital Stock Paid In 3540 I Notes lpOOOOs I r Undivided Profits f 8frig + p 1 t4021 261 State of Kentucky l County of Breckenridge 55ct I Marion Weatherholt Secretary and Treasurer of the Cloverport Real Estate an Improvement Company Incorporated being duly sworn state that the foregoing is a true statement of the condition of said Company at the close of business October 26 1003 to the best of my knowledge and belie- fMARION WEATHERHOLTS- ecretary and Treasurer Cloverport teal Estate end Improvement Co Inc Subscribed and sworn to before me by Marion Wcutlierliolt Secy and Tress Cloverport Itenl Estate nnd Improvement Co Inc this 28th day of October 1003 CHAS D SKILLMAN N P B C- NOTEThis My Commission Expires January 10 1901 Company was Incorporated August 26th IMfl and has been doing business exactly two month and shows not earnings of 2 310 per cent which Is ut tho rate of nearly 14 per cent per annum still they are prepared to build you a nice rest than you couldI yourself and on payments not much above the rent you are paying Any ono desiring to awntheir homo will do rollby consulting this company before buying elsewhere rf J I i viit 1i UI 1 T- iT T I T i 80 TiredIt may be from overwork but fthechances are Its from an In active LIVER I i With a well conducted LIVER J one can do mountalnr of labor fatiguefr rItadds a hundred per cent to t ones earning capacity 1I It can be kept in healthful action by and only b- yTuns Pills TAIE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1003 See W B Oelzes advertisement New Kentucky souvenir hat plus W B Oelze J Mr nnd Mrs Geo Patton haveI 4 moved to Louisville Judge Wm Ahlut Fardinsbnrg t3aturdayfJas Younger was in Owensboro A ThursdayllAByrne Severs was at home from Lou isville several days last week Alvin Simons painted the roof of the Presbyterian church last week i Mrs G Newberger of Chicago is J visiting Mr nUll Mrs E B Oglesby Mrs Jas Stites of Louisville was Mn the city Thursday visiting friends Ed Sapp returned Thursday from a i visit yule home of several days at Hawes i hasiI h Gavock ir V j Mr and Mrs W H Lynch of I Mattingly were In tho city Friday t snopplng Judge W D Holt of Holt who re I recently returned from New York was din the city last week I pi Miss Adelia Moorman has accepted la position with L D Addison as I clerk in his store at Addison I Mrs K T McClanahan of Hen Jderson was In the city last weeK the guest of Mr aqd Mrs C T McClanahan J Mr and Mrs Fralze ilattlngly and 1 lyi baby of Owensboro were the guests I ot his parents Mr and Mrs O B ySlattingly several days last week Mrs Mollie Oiler formerly of Daviess county who has been the guest of her cousin Rousseau Will Mlams left last Wednesday for Planck port Ind to reside i F T Heyser and Leon McGavock I have brought their gosoline launch Queen to this city for the winter The boat has been carrying drummers between Brandenburg and Stephens port i Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he 1has been traveling around the travelingtbringing goesTo he t fleshta sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children i of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT dt BOWNE ChemIsts 4O9415 Pearl Street New York 6Oc and SIOOiI all druggists High art stationery atW B Oelze I Kentucky souvenir spoons W B OelzeJoin the Oelze library lOo rer week Fresh cheeseTtine grndeWm LeslieKentucky souvenir waist setsW- B Oelze Miss Ora Alexander has a position in the postofiice Mrs Owen May was down from Louisville yesterday Hon W E Minor of Holt was in the city Saturday Mr and Mrs Harry Hamman spent Sunday in Stephensport- Mrs E C Brice Is convalescent after an illness of two weeks Miss Ruth Maysey of ephensport lis the guest of Miss hliza TucKer Sanlre W E Dockcryof MoDanlels was visiting friends here last week Mrs Henry WendelKen and son George are visiting in MayHeld Ky DrinK Kentucky Derby coffee a spoon in every package Sold by WmI Leslie Arthur Sheldon of Derby Ind for merly on the News force was in town MondayMiss Dean has gone to Pierce City Mo to visit her sister Mrs Alex Vance Mrs Joe Fitch spent several days last week in Lodiburg the guest of her parents Owen May ana Albert Solbrig areI down front Louisville this week vial ting relatives Physical Culture for November tells you of a Chinese opium joint Sold by J D Babbage BornThursday Oct 29 to the wife of Jos Bailey fa tinE boy Murt Arad Bailey A bri ck pavement and entrance way have heen laid in frontof Hi L Sta i t- Iders livery stable Mend the magazine advertisement this issue telling you where to get 10o magazines for 4c oA barge load of Patton brW Aver shipped to Cannelton last week by Chas Bohler agent The U F W May lot on Main street has been graded tinder the supervision pf Chas May I l1Messrs Si and Jonn Ifillard shipped a car load of fine cattle to Louisville the first of last week Miss Jennie WarHeld of Louisville who had an operation performed for appendicitis is improving WR Embry is dressing the curbing for the brick pavement to be laid in front of Julian Browns store Saturday evening the younger setI were entertained with a Halloween party by Miss Ella Smith at her homeMr and Mrs Henry Thomas have returned to their home in Leltchfield after a visit with Mr and Mrs Lee DowellMrs A A LaHeist and sons Jam ie and Alhennen spent last week at Fenley with Mr and Mrs E G GregoryHere some fine drinks Wm Leslie can serve you 5o bottle Hecks Cold Peach Melon Ginol and Cherry PhosphatesErnest and family have moved to this city from Henderson and are occupying the cottage vacated by Court Babbage November Munsey has an illustrated article on Brenthitt county that makes the feelings of a Kentuckian rise to 110 Sold by J D Babbage The small ooy played his usual pranks Saturday night in celebrating Halloween by removinc gates from their hinges and exchanging signs- A A LaHeist attended the Grand Lodge meeting of the Knights of 1 Phythias in Lexington last wetk t as representative of the local lodge Mrs Sallie Hackett and daughter Mrs Maggie Bennett of ZIon who have been the guests of Mrs Hacketts brother 0 W Moorman Sr have returned home Wants It Sent Right On Chambers Ky Ct 29 1003 Jno D Babbage Editor Breokenrldge I News Cloverport KyD ar Slr1 thank you very much for sending me the News aa longs yon have with out the money You will please find enclosed 300 If this doesnt settle what I owe you will pay you when you send me the statement I am bound to say I cant do without the News so please send it right on I like Gov BncKners address to Gov Eeo ham and I think Belknap will go there this time So please just send on the News Yours respectfullyL go Repairing Another Trestle The bridge crew on the Henderson Route are spending several weeks repairing the bridges on this part of the line The repairs on tho Bridge over Clover creeK have been complet ed and the crew is now at work on the trestle just above the depot Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses loathes and heals mho dlteaicd membrane It cure tatanh and drives away a cold In the bead gnlckly Cream Halm It placed Into tho noetrllstprcadg over the membrane and IIi absorbed Relief 181m- mediate l anda cure follows It IIt not drying doei not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Druggists or by mall Trial SIze 10 cents Ety BROTHERS 114 Warren Street New York Osteopathy Defined Osteopathy is a therapeutic science founded on known and verified laws of physiology A method of treating diseases by manipulation the purpose and result of which is to restore the normal condition rf the nerve control and blood supply to every organ rf the body It is not rubbing or massage as ninny will try to convince yon Massage is no more like osteopathy than it is Jlne the Lorenzo operation for setting dislocatd hips While there are many ailments that cannot be cured by osteopathy there are iany more that cannot be cured by any other method Du not hung ine that osteopathy is a narrow pram tice It treats successfully a touch wider range of human ailment than lay other branch of the healing art The highest standard of a medical educa hon is now required of an osteopath If yon are not satisUed that other systems of treatment are reaching your malady do not despair of regaining your health until you have consulted a competent osteopath and sue if he can not throw some light on its causeAmerica claims prior honors for a bloodless surgerythat system is osteopathyDR MITCHELL MILLER Osteopathic Physician Duncan House- IVednesdays and Saturdays Free Reclining Chairs The traveling public will be pleased- to learn of the latest innovation in the way of comfort in travel for its patrons which is now being offered by that most popular railroad The Henderaoon Route which road has been rightly termed theKentuck Sans Official Route to the West and Southwest It has just been announced from the general offices of the Louisville Henderson A St Louis railway that they now have in service on their night trains between Louisville and dt Louis Free Reclining Chair cars which have just been received from the shops and are a revelation in the carbuilders art The cars are strictly uptodatefirst class palaces of travel on wheels anti this is only one of tho many surprises whch are promised the public for Worlds Fair travel by the Henderson RouteAmong other advantages offered in these highly finished cats a few jf the most important points only are mentioned They are solidly vestibuled ind are furnished with sixtyfour reclining cnairs which are upholstered in beautiful green plnshin addition to smoking and toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather They are also fitted ip with triple trucks which feature will do awav with the jerk jrtr mud strain incident to travel in tho ordinary railway coach and insures a smooth comfortable ride This should prove more than a popular fea tare to the traveling public and we can only quggest that in traveling yon get the Henderson Route habit Missed the News The News has received tho following etter from Geo W Meador of Hat llnsburg who joined the regulnr irmy Oct 10 as mentioned in the News Oct 21 Oct 25 1903 Columbus Barracks O- SIr1 D Babbage Dear SirYou lo not know how 1 missed your paper this week Please send me the BrecKenridge News this week to Columbus Barracks Ohio und Con tinue nntl further notice I like Columbus fine We have a beautiful location here and there are over nix hundred soldiers here now I attended services at a Methodist church today and visited the capitol rind deaf and mute school Columbus is making a desperate figct against the liquor traffic here and of course the women are taking the lead Best wishes tojold Bmckenridge News and triendsr o i Respectfully Geo W Meador Ditto and Clarkson Out Owensboro Ky Nov IThe Owensboro Pants Manufacturing Oom puny which has been dormant since the burning of the plant last April will resume operations at once Frank Brown however if the only member of the old firm who will be connected with the new company The concern will be reIncorporated with a capital stock of 30000 all of which will bo held by local business men + + M 1WartsFO1t For SaleA Rood sprint wagon T Ii SQCI1tESWANTED IIOAKDEK WotldI have a large pleasant room tor any desiring to board and furnish room 111tS T 1L SQUIUES WANTKDMKN WATEOw men to smoke Standard Fur slilo at nil cigar stands Strictly union rondo goods LOST pigfourthe right ear und a slit In the loft cur return to Mrs E A Ivlsstim at Sumplo Ky und rocalve llliorul nward nuFOR SALE COK SALEtstton brick CHAP Roiircii1 Agunt FOR SALE For Salo Bc firings Irpa kngo of NIxE odorliquordress NlxE Lock Box SB CIovorx rt Ky u FOK KENT ItFNTThrlo rooms und hall In cot- tage1 Mrs Lucy Voungof FOR SALE FOIL SALEIiirm of 230 ncrw four rnllis lugSpringlugSpringIn good repair good Iburn crlli etc fein es In good repair good cistern unfulllng spring good stuck water Also jrtwtiit crp of corn tobacco etc some stock and funning implements Ior further Information apply to IU EWOOIIWAXTFliOLI FBTHEHH H 10 lIRST rash prlco puld for nil kinds of IIHllmmllllwill cull und buy them Font SALE 3A head Shorthorn mind fobbed Durham cows and heifers To reduce my herd will soil uny of tihovo cattle very low They ure nil first cluKs nnlmnls 1 also have for siilo 4 deep red young rolled Durham hulls15 months old weight 1000 Ills price f5o L Green Falls of Hough Ky nn I MONEY TO LOAN LllE Inourttnio 1ollclos boucht for rush or on Ht low rates Cull on or write utlawFOIL SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good sundry machines Also now and secomlhand Our anal tlasollne EnglnesMAKTIN QAULE 519 3rd Street Louisville Ky NOTICE City Tuxes for the year liras are due Please call and settle promptly A 5 per rent penal ty will be added to all tuxes remaining un paid Per 1st fold collections on and after that ditto made according to law without further notice Turtles owing back taxes will sun extra costs Iby nrranglng payment of slime by You IstS IMeast do nut forget this Ih positively the lust notice In regard to delinquents Very IJpsnectfnly MAIdON WEATllERIIOLT Oct Nth 11HB Collector City of Cloverport Berkshire and BtPr Rocks FOR SALE Large English Iterkslilre Hogs and Barred Plymouth HoCk Chickens mien Holt W47 loo Ihs ns a yearling lit head of herd Eggs In season Also Choice White Seeil Corn JOHN 1 FOSTER No Creek Ohio Co Kv moo Long Drouth Broken The long fall Mouth was broken in this section Sunday by a good rain While late crops were not materially affected by the dronth it caused the farmers much loss by drying up the pastures and making it necessary for many of them to haul water some du tance for their stocu Read our bargain advertisement of magazines in this issue J D Babbage IlfreeHolita 1 t Gamesbo one in each package of ILion Coffeeat your Orocers 10N111N0111NNN1N11 I I 2onceI i Restaurant i iiandI CONFECTIONERY II- II EUGENE GOFF i iiPROPRI TOR 2 hoursiii Hot meals rvcd at all Everything freshand neW f clean and uptodate Open early and late All Kinds of Soft Drinks If you cant find what you t V gotij o 2season JJ j isensonimo a call if you buy i11 once 011111111110N01111110 you will always buy o e un r N 1NN1 111NNNN11 1111 1111N111NN11N + JJWe Have a Nice Line of I I I IWinterlUnderwear 2 2 0 SHOESI0 IIWe andii i have them for young I2old and are of the very best i i brands i 2 2- ZZ i fi i iii CLOVERPORT KYff 1 N u AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA DONT FORGET THAT IFTHEYSERIWILL 3 Ivory Soap 6 cakes for 25c 3 Grandpas soap 7 for 25c 3 Peai line package 3c 5 Gold Dust Washing Powder 8 for 25c 5 Concentrated Lye box 7c 3 Sapolio bar Ic 53Elastic Starch box c- VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Pears Force Scotch U i r Cake baking adultura I Calicks MillingIND A NEW MUSIC 12 1 = 2 a list rely piece new the 50 music that a of the two weeks Avail of rare All music re ceipt of price 1Songs Fdr High Voice Soprano Simple Little Susie Simpkins My Sweet Magnolia i Congo Song Moriarity In the Village by the Sea The Boys in Blue ParadeToday songMy African Song I Could Happy One My Little Rang Otsng Tunas all the Two Sung in Nancy Brown the Matter the Tonight He may get Over it But Never the Same The Sunflower EyesBessieYou Loves You The new Waltz Song The Sweetest Girl in Dixie Songs We to Sing Sue Polks Tomatoes can JOe Folks Corn canlOcBa- rtlett can Be packageIOcQu- aker Oats package lOc Oats package lOc t Lemons per dozen I6e TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Bread and Pastry Iou your that is unquestionable pure by using Cadicks Gold Dust Flour for time Free from tion made from the choice of LONGBERRY RED WHEAT Only pure articles can be made from Gold Dust Flour grocer sells it Ce dick CoGRANDVIEW lit At Cents Per Copy Here is of Each is nnd good This is regular cent I am snaking special sale for next yourselves this I opportunity sent to you postpaid on V 1 Love Love be With Hither Love Dny Eyes Whats With Moon Hell Look Song Everybody Used Sukey table Your hits Look Into Your Babys Eyes and Say Goo Goo Stories Adam Told to Eve Save it For Me Sadie the Princess of Tenement Row Glit1lugTakeI PeepingOer n Drenming Dreaming Wake Up Malindaf MyIsntBass or Baritone Songs The Song the Anvil Sings When the Sunset Turns the Ocean Blue to Gold Instrumental The Jolly General March and TwoStepKing TwoStep DragSokoSouthern Society Buds March TwoStepHiawatha This price lasts only ns long as my stock No piece will I be reordered at this price but the price will then be twenty three cents as usual Mail all orders to this store W B OELZEJewelry and Music Store i AI tcI t QtI t S AThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 903 HIS LIFE AND HIS ODDITIES M F Brown Worth Thousands Lives on a Shanty Boat and Has a Pet Spider NOW IN CITY ON BUSINESS Lives on a shantyboat is worth thousands of dollars has a huge pet spider has had a varied and long ex- perIence us a riveruian The story of Millard F Brown while familiar perhaps to a few is unknown to many people In this city and county Although this mans home was once only a few milo from this city and although he is now living on a shanty bOlt on the Ohio river just below this city little Is known to the gen eral public of his life and eccentric ities While his case is not of an ox traordinary nature it is one among a thousand and will probably be of interest to the readers of the News A representative of the News paid Mr Brown a visit In nis shantyboat one day last week and had an hours pleasant conversation with him during which he learned much about his life as a riveruian and some of his eccen tricities Mr Brown has acquired the larger part of his education from experience and in conversation im presses ono with Ins simple and yet instructive expressions When he tells u story he throws his whole soul in to his words and his face beams with pleasure at the telling Mr Brown has had an experience as varied perhaps as that of any rtv erman in the couutry He is an adept in two trades that of boat carpenter and shipyard carpenter and he has served at various times as mate car penter and watchman on a large number of boats He has also spent sever al years railroading and in this way came into possession of the small fortune at his command In 1872 he i saw his first service on the Ohio river as fireman on the Samorr one of the American Cannel Coal Companys boats at which time he was learn ing the engineers trade For nearly n score of years after this he boated out of Cairo illon the towboats of differ ent companies For a long time he was watchman on the old Chas Brown which was towing coal out of St LouisI then carpenter on the Harry Brown which belongs to the same company After tnis he served on the Mississippi Valley Transporta tion Lines boats part of the time as watchman and part as second mate At one time he was mate of the Jennie Campbell of the Barrett line which was towing around Cincinnati and litter mate on the Jack Frost which towed logs for a firm in St Louis After this he w as mute on the Louis Hook which was towing railroad ties out of St Louts When he left the L aU Hick hi was employed on tie Hnntiugtou St Louis towboats omm thm the Jaax Heathuigtou Friable and Wash Shonsell The last towboat Mr Brown served on was the T H Davis which plied the Tennessee river In lUO and towed ties trom Waterloo near the source of the stream Besides serving on the towboats of private companies he was employed several years on Government beats towing conk for river Improvements Among these were the Emma Ethridge Minnie Tonka and the VidetteMr was never employed on packets and hiring the summer months whIm the large towboats could not run he would put in his time railroading At one time he worked for the Big Four as bridge carpenter and in 18U2 received timber for the Cotton Bolt Route which was a good paying position While working for the Dig Four he was badlyI hurt by some falling timbers while work ing with his crew He was laid up for two months and then brought suit against the railroad for damages This was in November 1880 and in 1800 he won his suit and received 17500 damages Last spring he sold his farm near Tobinsport Ind to Dan Parish formerly of this city for fl600 Mr Brown has been very saving with his money but strange to say no one knows where it is and he wont tell them either Although having sufficient money to build him a com fortable home and live in comfort the rest of his life be choosey to live all alone on a small shanty boat And this is one of his eccentricities An other ia his pot spider which he calls Frank He think as much of Frank as you or I would thinkof a pet cat or dog Frank is one of the P l largest spiders of hie kind found in this part of the country When Frank is in a good humor his master lhats him go where he pleases over the furniture of the room and over his hands and arms When Frank is in this mood Mr Brown gently strokes him on the back and things FranK is a tine fellow When Frank is In a bad way Mr Brown makes him run away Into his hiding place One of Franks favorite pastimes Is killing flies aud Mr Brown prides himself on the number he can kill In a day He has no use for screens and fly paper when Frank is at home Mr Browns father and mother Mr and Mrs Crawford Brown are both dead and he is now having JE Keith Son of this city erect a handsome monument at their grave He has a sister Iliving near Tobinsport who is his only near relative in this part of thA country He intends to go on his shantyboat in a few weeks to Padu cah to get WOM on a to wboat This life suits him best he says and he wants to return to it Before going he has some business in this city to attend to and several debts in Tobins port to collect Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dol lars could do him no lasting good De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns brises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the package all others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by All Drug Co Big One From Pellville By M Moseley D J Morrison our good postmaster noted for his truthfulness says he and his brother Scott ca me across a snake of the spreading viper variety and thought they would poke a stick at it and make it blow and spread He says it spread and hissed ana got so mad that it gave a twist and actu ally turned itself inside out in a twinkling and was dead in a second Rev James Morgan of Webster says his sweet potatoes are remarkable this year lotto of them six and eight inches in diameter and one which could not be gotten into a bushel basketDr Chambers of Chambers is known by every person in the county on account of his being such a good man and fine physician He related to me recently this singular part of his practice He says Several years ago I was called to see a very fine lady when a pretty little girl ba by was born The little one grew fast and in course of time married In my practice I was called to see her when a wee tot of a baby girl was born The child was healthy and grew fast and soon reached womanhood when she was married Well in course of time I was called to see her and a very sweet little girl baby was born This child like its ancestors was healthy and she soon grew into u pretty girl and was so pretty slit married in her teens This last spring I was called to see her when a boy ha by was born The doctor tells this in a matter of fact way and it is doubtful whether any doctor in the State has had a similar experience Speaking of the amount of work one man can do in a day Luke Ricgs who never yarns except in a horse trade said lie knew a man who shear ed ninety head of sheep replanted sixty acres of corn and went to the elejtion after di nmr Four Roads toParadise Four Roads to Paradise tif the title of a novel by Mrs Maud Wilder Goodwin which is to appear in the Century Magazine beginning with the November number This title was suggested by this passage from the Talmud Four men entered Paradise one beheld and died one lost his senses one destroyed the young plants one onlyI entered in peat It is B love story of New York people with the principal scenes in New York and Florence In char acter drawing observation of life wit and literary finish the conductors of the Century confidently believe that this novel will place Mrs Goodwin among the foremost storywriters of America The Soil That Breeds fine Horses In describing experiments made for the Department of Agriculture on the effects of lime and magnesia upon amoral productions D W May of the Kentucky Experiment Station remark ed that it is a wellknown fact that the greatest development in live stock has been attained in limestone regions He adds that In the bluegrass region of Kentuckylong noted for the beauty and quality of its live stock and es pecially of its thoroughbred horses the soil has been formed largely by the disintegration of a limestone very rich in phosphates Bnt even in that favor ed region experiments are under way to determine whether the quality of the animals may not be improved by the addition of certain mineral ele ments to the foodYouths Compan ion I Tribute to L A Foote I L A Foote the subject of this sketch was born April 80 1B31 in Fuaqnier county Virginia and came to Kentucky in 1833 with his par ents Edwin Foote and his wife Ellen Alexander After coming to years of maturity and being well edu cated he married Susannah Stuart in August 1855 and spent his while life in Breokenridge county Kentucky Brother Foote united with the Math odist church in early lire but did not live a Christian for many years He wandered far from God wa very profane but on the first Sabbath in March 1000 through the influence of the writer after a noted visit to his home the day previousa visit never to be forgottenhe was soundly and gloriously converted the occasion oelng a Jubilcft Service held at Bewley ville church Brother Foote was an attenttttlve and interested liatner And at the close of the special ser vices he under force of the Holy U host embraced a number of his brethren rejoicing on account of sins forgiven assumed the vows of the church and entered the blessed expe rience of a Christian life which experience ue enjoyed until his transfer rom earthly toil and sorrow to ce lestial joys in the Green fields of Resolutions of Respect Resolutions of Bowleyvllle Sunday school on the death of Mr L A Foote The Committee appointed to prepare resolutions upon the death of L A Foote begs leave to submit the follow lug Resolved First that in the death of Mr Ludwell Alexander Foote we express our sense of bereavement for the loss of a friend and brother We gratefully record our love for this noble man and cur appreciation of his earnestness and unselfish devotion to duty Years ago he was secretary of this Sundayschool He discharged his duties faithfully and well and while true to the recordhe was capa ble of such versatility of expression as to make all reports interesting and Instructive Mr Foote commanded the respect and confidence of his brethren Since his reconsecration he line been untiring in his efforts to do the will of God as he could best learn it from constantly reaalng His word attending all religious services and conversing with Christian friends We have known but few persons who talked so freely yet with much meek ness of his spiritual condition and of his hopes for the future He honored the house of God and loved to tone part in all the services ever perform ing to the best of his ability any du ty assigned him He will be greatly missed Mr Foote is through with this life and its battles and is the first member of his family to lay down lifes armor We believe he has en tered the House of Many Mansions and there awaits toe coming of wife children and friend Resolved Second that this re solution be recorded In the minutes- of Bewlevvllle Sundayschool a copy Furnished the family of the deceased and to the county papers W H Cain Sr Thou J Jolly Mrs C H Drnry Committee A Scientific Discovery Kodol jjyspepsla Cure does for the stomach that which it Is unable to do f jr itself even when but lightly disor dered or over Inaded Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that or gan are allowed to rest and heat Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables tho stomach and diges tive organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by All Drug Co 31 I Eden to bask in the sunshine of I Eternal day Brother Foote longed thirsted for higner heights deeper land broader breadths aud greater and 1 believe he received the baptism of the Holy Ghost which 1is the privilege of every believer It was ever a pleasure to hear this child of God talk in love feasts and class meetings My life was made richer by being associated with such I la good man He was my friend In every sense of the word A true man a Christian gentleman and a saint in glory singing with the power of endless life I loved Brother Foote with deepest purest Christian love- I feel poorer because of his transla I OoJIready to meet father in that Sun bright Clime where no farewell and no goodbye is spoken May Heavens blessings rest upon the bereaved wife and children Goodbye Brother Foote I expect to see you again Peace to your ashes and sacred to your memory A calm and undisturbed repose unbroken by the last of foes Sweet be your rest till Jesus bids you rise Till then farewell my dear brother and friend A L Mell Gradyville Ky SHILOH Horace McCoy is teaching a success ful school at Pleasant Valley Several from this place attended the mptlzlnc at Stephensport Sunday The protracted meeting will begin at this place the second Sunday in November Muses Mary and Gertrude Shellnian were in Stephensoit slopping one day last week Willie Barger and Amandns Biddle are making molasses at W S Carts this week I Miss Maud Barger of Frymire was the guest of Miss Gertrude Shellman a few days last weep Misses Eleanor and Sobrlnah Ban dy were the guests of Mrs EH Shell man Friday night and Saturday Misses Eleanor and Sobrinah Bandy attended a flinch party given oy Miss Allie Cart last Wednesday night Misses Daisy Hall and Dolly Kroush and Messrs JacK Hall and Roy Leaf attended church at this place Saturday evening Cyd19TORId Btui the Signatureof KluI You Hare Always Bought Ollie James to Marry Frankfort Ky Oct 99It li on nouncd here today by intimate friends of the contracting parties that Hon Ollie James ConsrresMuan from the first Kentucky dstrict and Miss Ruth Thomas of Marion Ky will be mar ried December 2 DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All dlieaiei Jladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURET Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you U necessary write lr 1enner Ito line spout a life tlmp curing Just such- casesasyours All consultations Free A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few bottles of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Ouro I passed a gravel half as preventedfurtherW T OAKES Orrlx Va Druggists BOc It Ask for Cook Book Free DANCE Sure Cure Circular Dr OlYIIUO Feuner FredonlaNY For Sale By Short Haynes OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once everY three minutes yourbloodthe waste Impurities the blood they sick of order they fall their work Pains achesandrheu mattsm come from excess uric acid blood due neglected nnkidney trouble unsteadyheartthoughtheyoverworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used considered that only urinary kidneysbutconstitutional diseases have their begin ning kidney trouble- If you are sick you make mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and extraordinary effect of Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy soon realized stands the highest Its wonderful cures of most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits by druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz es You may have a ter out or In If are or out to do of In the to In to be all In can no the Dr the Is It for the all sample bottle by mall nome of sm Root free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember tho SwampHooton every bottle H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSDURO KY win practice his professIon In all of the Courts of and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License top States District CourtsoverHackie Office of Hardlnsburg First f I ClassMEATS MEATSFor Occasions I I Fred MayC- ity Meat Market CLOVE RFCRT KY THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposit as followS 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check aud in return we will issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they are worth Ird St Opposite Court House B II POINDEXTER Cashier REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special homeseekers and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas ity to points in Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate Is one fare plus two dollars and for singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars The Man Who Paints Right Breckenridge countys leading house painter Bert Beavin is painting a handsome residence for Mr Nerd Owen at Jolly Station this week Nows the time for people In that neighborhood who want fine painting and varnishing done to see him IChasI black mules to Mr Gilllsof Tell City for 325 They were Hve year olds and one of the bestteams In the coun ty ONEWAY RATES 1t i Every day from September 15th 0tNovember 30th inclusive the Union Pacific will sell oneway tickets from Missouri River Terminals Council Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive ai follows 2000 to Ogden and Salt Lake City 2000 to Helena and Butte Mantana 2250 to Spokane and Wenatchee Washington 2a50 to Huntington and Nampa Idaho 2500 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle 2500 to Vancouver and Victoria 2500 to Ashland and Astoria Ore gon via Portland 2500 to San Francisco Los Angles and San Diego- Correspondingly low rules to many other California Oregon Washington Montana Utah and Idaho points I Front Chicago and St Louis propor tionately low rates are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Pacific For full information call on or ad dress W H CONNOR G A itkllMNMtNINlit111igftltttltRta1t11fIN1tsCOLONIST lVIA THE y- ar 2 Onehalf rate plus two dollars from Z Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem = phis to points in- S MISSOURIARKANSAS 5 INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TEXAS I LOUISIANA J This rate is fn effect on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Full st information famished upon appllca JJ tion to any passenger agent of the company or to jj PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT tt Frisco System v Saint Louis i itarlarlarrtatala wlalawltlalawl rlaltrs J L MOORMAN DENTIST J Office over Oclzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta r Work Special attention toiJ FINE GOLD FILLINGS ANDJJ CROWN and BRIDGE WORK t Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Correcf Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall yon can depend on COItUECTNESS OF STYLER 1 EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ti ING UELIA1IILITV OF t FABllIC i J 1 H HunscheWith Casper May Co Cannelton IndEE Cloverport Planing Mill JGREGORY CO Prop 1j LUMBER DOORS n SASH tf BLINDS J DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS Y SHINGLESSLATHS LIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETCii r Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyordi also Notary Public tJn SIrl write your Deeds nnd take the w acknowledgement at your home Ct This savesyou trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited bl Address me atlaalHardinsburgctIn Bert Beavln Is painting Fertt St Owens new residence at Jolly Sta 11 tion In 1ji i A lJte Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER4 1003 Tenets of the Baptists To the Editor of the Sun Sir You are an generous in your courtesy to tbe various religions bodies that I feel confident that you will publish a brie summary of the tenets of the Baptu Church TeethIand practice They are not narrow in their Interpretation of it but allow the fullest latitude for individual reason Their cardinal doctrine is the persona belief In Jesus Christ as the only Med iator between God and man and tithe Holy Spirit as His present representative in tho world J They reject the baptismsof Infants L fe as they hold that intelligent faith i- a iI- Il prerequisite to church membership l They believe immerse to be the only fair translation of the Greet p baptlzo as applied to a religious ritezTheir form of church government is democratic each member having an equal vote N They are in close fellowship with all othe r Cbrisians In the United States they were the fcst body to extend religious freedom to all people This was done by Roger r Williams in Rhode Island The Roman Catholic colony In Maryland was the second body to taKe the step v They were pioneers In foreign mis jlon work Adonlratn Jndpon being the first American missionary to Bu rmah Numerically the Baptists are third following the Roman Catholics and Methodists but as their membfrsbl is adult and includes no small child renlt represents a larger const tueno than Its four and onehalf million would indicate The Church is prominently represen ted in education literature am finance No body of Christians has greater reason for encouragement In common law the presumption iIs in favor of an established custom So In religion the great religious de nominations have nothing to fear from passing hobbles and cnltflHO long as the majority of men are loyal to the simple verities of Scripture as exemplified in the lives of Jesus and His Apostles Ernest Neal Lyon Brooklyn Oct S fI When Weary of Life and all its scenes there is every chance that you need a digestive tonic There nothing that will put blue glasses before a mans eyes quicker than in digestion Take Walthers Peptouize Portone of the good digestive tonics h Simply port wine and pepsin both of twhich your physician will tell you are invaluable to the digestion Patent medicines of unknown for mula are dangerous to experiment i t with Walthers Peptonized Port will do the work if anything will You can get it at A R Fishers I Small size 60 cents large size f100 Celebrate Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Lemuel Moorman of Lei tchfield celebrated their golden wedding last weeK About fifty guest were present to partake of an excellent dinner Among the outoftown guest was Mrs Will Owen of Glendeane who is a sister of Mrs Moorman Mr and Mrs Moorman are connected with some of the best families of Gray son and Breckenridge counties Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth falls to J show proper respect for old age but 1just the contrary In the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe anti irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all l yield to this perfect Pill 25c at fflShort Haynes Drug Stor- ePELLVILLE I James Jolly of Hardinsburg visited f relatives here last week 1 Prof VbI Mo ely and wife of 1RendeJ wore the guests of his par i ents Mr and Mrs Mort Mosely Suns dayH D Skinner of Knottsville and Miss Enfiilja May of Floral were married nt the Pellville church last Sunday evening Mr Skinner ia arising young merchant of Knottsville while Miss May is one of Hanoool countys best teachers Mrs jlannati Randall Dead Mrs Hannah Randall died null wasi burled at QHrnettsvllleMeade county last week She was eighty years ol ago and a prominent woman of that community Rev W A Hynes of Irvington preached the funeral Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablotsl cure a old In oneday No Cure No Pay Prtco 25c L v MortonTriplitt Mr John F Morton of this city and Miss Annie May Trlplitt of Gar field were married last Wednesday eve ning at 7 p in in the Baptist chnrcl at Garfield by Rev Minor Compton The wedding was very pretty and wa s witnessed by a large assemblage of friends Messrs Chas Morton broth er of the groom of this city and Hen ry Parish of Tobinsport Ind attend ed the wedding from here Mr and Mrs Morton are now In tbe city at his fathers where they wil remain a short time before leaving for New York to reside They arrived In the city from Garfield on the earJy Thursd ay evening train Cures Blod and Skin Diseases Itching flu mors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money pimply write and try Botanlo Blood Balm at our expense A personal trial of Blood Balm is bet ter than a thousand printed testimon lois so dont hesitate to write for a free sample If you suitor from ulcers eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blooc BalmB B B Especially recom mended for old obstinate tleep seated cases of malignant blood or skin die eases because Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills the poison in thp blood cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow ol health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made Thoroughly tested for 80 years Costs 1 per large bottle at drug stores To prove it cures sam pIe of Blood Balm sent free by writ ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in soiled letter This Is an honest offer medicine sent at once prepaid Ship Staves From Here Tko Owensboro Barrel Stave Company of that city is making this one of its shipping points for the staves it has bought from Marlow and Evansol Patesville The firstclass staves are being shipped to Canada Pennsyl vania Lawrencebnrg Ind and other points while the second class go to Owensboro The staves were hauled from Patesville and stored near the Polk Packing Companys cannery where they are loaded at the Hender son Route switch In all there are about 120000 About 130000 etavee the rest of the contract were taken to Reynolds Station for shipment h amberlalns Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take The finest quality ot granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots nsed in its preparation give it a tlavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with my children fur several years and can truthfully say it Is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it nas no injurious after effect For sale by Short Haynes Canning Season Over Tha canning Benson at the Polk Packing Companys brunch factory in this city is now over and the goods are now being labeled and boxed for ship ment to the large cities Only a few days were consumed in canning apples and the tomato season was over sev eral weeks ago A numb r of women and girls are labeling the goods while the men employed at the cannery are packing the cans in boxes foi ShIP- ment A few also are employed in storing empty cans on the second floor to be used next year Manager F D Whiteneok who is superintending this work will not return to Greenwood until it is completed which will prob ably require one or two weeks A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on tbe leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn nicer uu yielding to doctors and remedies for fonr years Then Bdcklins Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for BnrnssScaldsSnlu Eruption and Piles 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store Farmers Want Him Back E W Ewing who has been book keeper and timekeeper at the Polk Packing Companys branch cannery this yearretnrned Sunday to his home at Greenwood Ind The cannery Is aout ready to close down for the year and Mr Ewing has gone to the main factoy at Greenwood as MB services here are no longer needed He ban per formed his duties while here to the sat isfaction of his employers and also the farmers wno want him to come back next year Aside from this Mr Ew lug has made many friends among our citizens who hope he will be with the company next year and will be located here Youths Companion in 1904 As the years increase The Youth Companion endeavors to keep pace with them In all that la wise beaut ful and progressive and not only tto retain but to deserve the honorab and exceptionally high place Iit holds in the confidence and affection of threo generations of readers The greatest living authors in all branches of literature continue to contribute to it Among the Important Berhis of articles will be one on the occupation of tht farmer in many parts of the worldi1 England in Ireland in India in As gentina etc The annual announcement number of The Companion describing the princ pal features of The Companions new volume will be sent to any address freeThe new subscribers for 1104 will reo celve all the issues of The Couipanio for the remaining weeks of 1101 free from the tune of subscription also The Companion Calendar for 1004 lithe graphed in twlve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 114 Berkeley Street Boson MOPS JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Liter Pills When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have H bad taste in the mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When yon have n headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For snlo by Short Haynes Recalls Old Wreck Last Wednesday afternoon while T F Sawyer was towing a barge loade with home blocks with the Elizabeth the bare got fastened on some rook in the bed of the river and it took about six hours to get off The acci dent happened just a little below the mouth of Clover creek It recalls tbe wreck of a big boat loaded with stone which sunk at that point years IIgo and hRS since been a menace to all river craft durIng low water The harne timber belonged to the United States Hame Co of Tell City It was shipped from Grassy about four miles above Stephensport While There is Life There is lope I was afflicted with catarrh cook neither taste nor smell and could hea but little Elys Cream Balm cured iIt Marcus G Shautz Rahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect is surprising My son say the first application gave deolded relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at boots jr mailed by Ely Brothers 60 Warren dt New York Society of Equity Bewleyville Ky Oct 27Spe- olalA local union of the Atnericai ociety of Equity was organizes hers Saturday afternoon The union begins with fifteen members and hopes soon to include all the farmers in the community Officers W H Cain Jr President Thos Jolly vice Presi lent Roy Payne Secretary Z T Hlth Treasurer This society has for its object the advancement of the Interests of the farmer For further Information address American Society of Equity India unpolis Ind- Contract for the Preston The contract for the erection of The Preston the new Louisvilli hotel has been awarded the contract price being kept secret The total lost of tne hotel including the powerhouse which will be built separately from the hotel will begin not later than next Monday and the contract sails for completion not later than December 31 1001 It will be opened is a hotel on January 1 1005 READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 2 1001 This is to certify that I have been lured of kidney trouble by the use of the Texas Wonder Halts Great Discovery and can cheerfully recoin It end It to all sufferers from kidney trouble A BGILSON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney end bladder troubles removes travel area diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all regularities of the kidjievs and bladder in both men Dna women regulates Madder troubles In cnlldren If not old by your druggist it will be sent by null on receipt of tl One small bottli Is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PoO Box 120 St Louis Mo Send for testl noninls Sold by all druggists Office 33l Olive street r Invitation to KI P A EarllngtonKy Oct 21An invite tlons Issued by authority of Presiden Dvld R Francis of the Loulslan t Purchase Exposition asking that the Kentucky Press Association hold its next meeting at tit Louis during the week of May 101001 has been receiv ed by Panl M Moore president or that association Particular courtesie are offered the newspaper men of Kentucky in the way of special rate at the Inside Inn n ball in which to hold meetings an assorted bunch of Keys to the many exhibits and show there to be seen and other induce meats Return From Nebraska James Bryant A B Binham J W Fowler and wife of Weldon whc have been visiting friends and rein tives in Nebraska for several weeks returned a few days ago well pleases with their visit They report all of their friends out there in good nvnltli and doing well and some u little house Hick and longing to return to their oU Kentucky home Mr and Mrs Fowler stopped off here for a few days to visit Mrs Foolers relative- sShantyBoats Here Now is the time that the shnntybonl people ou the Ohio and its tributaries emigrate to the South and every week they cnn be seen passing this point Last week five or six boats from Louis ville tied up here temporarily Tooy stopped just below the ranging factory ana several of the men went to dredg lug for mussels while one of them sold wicker chairs about town Among them is an old Dutchman who is re puted to be worth 40000 Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried nil sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that Atter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon tnereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been oured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles anti Gener nl Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only OOc at Short Haynes Druggists Will Ply Green River The towboat LH Bnhrman whicl was partly burned above Stephenspor lust spring and is being rebuilt will ply Green and Barren rivers as a packet wheu completed The cost of construction and machinery will be about f30000 The boat will be read to go into commission about Dec 1 It will be operated by Alf Hennen The Trusts New Tool The November McClnres will be out on the 24th Read Bakers article The Trusts New ToolThe Labor Bossa fair and square description of something new in the labor world Six bright stories build up tbe enter tainment side of the number Receives Painful Bruise Mr Joe Porter was painfully hart last Wednesday while gathering ap pies A falling apple struck him In the face and badly bruised the flesh around his eye The bruise was very painful at first but will not impair his sight Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness IB responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since tbe advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds even the worst cases can be cared and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lola Cragg of DorchesterMas8Is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Die covery This great remedy Is guaran teed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short Haynes Druggists Price tOe and 100 Trial bottles free Lou Dillon Breaks Record Memphis Oct 28Lou Dillon is the best piece of horseflesh the world hue ever seen Today she broke the worlds record to n wagon She was driven by her owner Billings and negotiated n mile in 200 flat The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills Mud KtivurlbrtI uuuieof Groves Taite lell Chill Is simply Iron and Vul TonlCrIttune In a form No Guru No Iav PrlceSOr Retires From Business Stephonsport Kv Oct 27Spect- el Wm MoMlllen one of the old est merchants of this place has closed out his business here and gone to Cnn nelton to live with his son Jas Mo Mlllen CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Stgnatur ofI T TSYOUR KIDNEYSThere in the small of your back which makes walk ing almost unbearable is one sure sign that its your kidneys Then that Irritation of the bladder retention of urine and pain in voiding same that nervousness weakness dizziness and poor circulation of blood are each in themselves sure indications of Kidney Disease Dont be misled and treat the results of kidney trouble treat the cause tho kidneys Dra Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup It Tho Road to Good Health restores the kidneys to good working order and effects a cure that is permanent As evidence of this please read what Mrs M A Loving says yourUverI us more good than any medicine we have ever used We are both raining strength and improving all the time We will always praise it for tho good It has done and never be without It as tong as we can get It MRS M A LOVING Mesquite Texas Gentlemen Your medicines are all right They have given perfect satisfaction where ever used especially In my own case I suffered with kidney trouble for ten years but alter using your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel perfectly well and cured- J R RICHARDSON Acton Georgia You can bo cured too Ask your druggist for Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup and follow directions carefully 50 cents and 100 per bottle Dr Thachers Liver Medicine dry 25 cents Write our con sultation department explaining symptoms and receive free advice THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga Tinnissii e meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeNeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeFirst IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident U H 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ADDISON XY FarmersOur want column is a seller of farm products If you have cat tie horses hogs sheep or any kind of stock or produce to sell and want to get good prices just advertise in tbe want column o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSli l t o i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 41003 HARDINSBURG See W B0elzes advertisement New music at 12M J W B Oelze Ii I High art stationery atW B Oelzw Kentucky souvenir spoonsW B Oelze H M Beard was In Louisville last Friday KentucKY souvenir waist stJtsW B Oelzo New Kentucky souvenir hat pins W B Oelze Mrs John Haswell Is visiting reo latives in Louisville Jas O Brodie of Owensboro is here visiting relatives tl The brick work on the new Meth odistphurcli has been complet- edII J D Brashearthe tobacconist of Cloverport was in the city last MondayBernard Johnson of Louisville came down last Sunday on a visit to r relatives Mrs W It Wathlngton went to I Louisville last Friday on n visit to relativesDr E Klnohelo hits been op pointed surgeon for the L H St LRy Co Dr John E Kincheloe has been ap pointed surgeon for the L H St L railway Mss Emily McAteer of Louisville I is the oharmlnglguest of Mr andlMre Herbert M Beard iiiTn the county court last Monday the will of Thoa J Bandy was ad Jquitted to probate The will of the late Ludwell R Foote was probated in the county court last Monday The Rev W F Hotrunl filled his regular appointment at II the M E church South last Sunday J IL Lamb of RnssollvillB represen ting the Piano Manufacturing Co was in the city the tlrstof theweek Mr and Mrs H iiry Mattingly anti Paul Wetatngton of Muttinglv were the guejtaof their parentslast Wttek The case of Ralph Lucas and others in county court to establish anew rood was continued until the next term of this court Messrs Albert Hyes J W Orr Jacob Thompson andSmith Black ci Irvine were here the first of the week visiting relatives and friends Eh Taul and family returned to their home at Oweusboro lust Friday after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs W R Wethlngton and Mr and MIB Joseph Taul Popular Member of Bar The Owenabtfro Enquirer fof hist Sunday compliments Mr James Skill man in the following way Out of the most popular of the iyonnffrr uiwtbon of the lou il bar is Mr Tuinea SKllluinu Coining here from Oioverportn few yews ago he WM a BtnillffBf III R StrmiffO lllllll but fa a brier swoeofj time he beutune acquainted and made host of friend He is now the clam agent Cf the Tewe railroad and in addition MJJI a loarative practice on tI e abndrt Recently Mr Skllhnnn made his grit ipaaeli to a jury in the local oonrtt M i uy of lite friends received tM tip and they were on hand to hear th rgullltllltHls speech was of an hours duration and he com inmided the nndividel1 attention of the jury court ofll IIinlqI and spectators When tie hndlcoiioltrled Mr Skillmau was surrounded br the older members of the bar mil his friends whoa howtr ed congratulations upon him It was truly a tine presentation ofhl8 side of the cuss nod it mad a wonderful llllllrosion on the ju- ryDart Hair CI I have used Ayers Hair Vigor for a great many years and al though 1 am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair In my head Ceo Ycllott Towson Md We mean all that rich dark color your hair used to have If its gray now no matter for Ayers Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too SJOO a fettle All dmtrliU your druggiit cannot iupply you- sedd us one dollar and we will czpron t you II bottle lie sur nil gIve the name of your Dearest ex I olllce Address J C AY 0 Loiroll Mill i I I CLIFTON MILLS Mrs Maria C Adkisson visited friends near Stephensport Saturday Walter Adkisaon has gone to El Paso Texas Victor Henderson went to Render son Saturday The dance at Sash Jordans Friday night was well attended Clifton Mills is very mucn in need of a good blacksmith Miss Lucy Adkisson returned home Saturday from Lewisport where she has been visiting friends for the past two weeks R D St Clair was nere one day last week on business- EDUCATING OYSTERS Training School In AVhich the Dl Tithe Arc Taught Some Scnuc A school for oysters said a dealer in fish Is an institution that you would swear could npt exist for oysters are notorious for their stupidity It Is however a fact that there are ninny oyster schools I will explain them to you in such n way that you will believe In them An oysters Intel ligence Is limited but still It has Intel ligence Years ago certain wise fish dealers discovered that It you take an oyster suddenly from Its subaqueous bed It opens Its shell whereupon the life giving water Inside it all escapes and the oyster dies Hut It you expose an oyster to the air gradually lifting It out of the water for a few minutes and then returning it again JtI gradually learns that to keep its shell closed when out of the water Is the best thllll for its health These Instigators found that they could take two oysters one trained mid one untrained and the trained oyster keeping its shell closed while out of the water would live a long time while the untrained one opening its shell would die in n few hours Therefore training schools for oysters were established The school are in appearance nothing more than reservoirs full of water Oysters are put In them and the water is drained off and then returned again It Is kept off for a few minutes at first then for ten minutes then for halt an hour and so on Oysters In these schools learn that they will live longest and keep healthiest out of water If they hold their shells tight shut As soon as they learn this they are graduated and go out into the world Philadelphia Record A Quick Witted PnrtrltlRo Nesting upon the ground the partridge Is likely to be disturbed A bird ot this species wits onee startled by n plow passing within a yard or so of Its nest Destruction was almost a cer lalnty as the plow must pass entirely over It in the next round and the la borer wondered how the partridge would act The time necessary for go- Ing around the field was about twenty minutes yet in that almost Incredible period the parent birds had effected the removal of some twentyone eggs to a safe spot Careful search led to the discovery of the bird calmly seated upon her treasures In the bottom of tine hedge out of reach of tho plow Nino ten partridge chicks were eventually hatched and duly escaped unmolested =London Titlilts VICTIMS OF VESUVIUS Diupcll and Herculuncnra Not the Only Cities It HUM Hurled The road out of Naples toward Vesuvius Is tho name route that one follows- to reach 1uinpeil When Intending to- pro up the mountain the tourist leufyes the Ioiupeli road at Keslna the moil ern city which overlies lIe rlII1IOU III VprajRw of these two ancient towns It i14 remarkable how many people speak or theta ns the only buried cities in the rirlnlty In fact there nit many and It may not be unluterenting to montion hem Next to the two familiar ones the out whom name Is mot frequently letml Is Stable Then there are Cu iir the oldest Greek colony In Italy Haiti1 a watering place resort of the itomun swell In the first your of our Lord Tnrthonope PahuopolU anti Ne stalls three burled cities lying under UK rtern Naples from the last of which It tool Its name Dikoarehla later cur ixl Pntvoll now PozmoII another Greek city of largo wealth nnd with much commerce Capua one of the grant military posit of ancient Home now covered by a modern city also a garrison and Suessola whose medici nal springs held high repute among the gouty epicures of the Itomau time Cataclysmic have been the earths throw around that laboring monster Vesuvius for sore of these burled cltI ies which were great seaports 2000 yours ago are now far inland On the other hand offshore at lime you may look down from a boat when in smooth water and discover ancient houses nnd streets far below you at the bottom of the sea Some of these buried cities were much larger and more Important places than either Pompeii or Hercuhi neuiu yet to ninny travelers their nuiuca seem unfamiliar Argonaut The irneklonsMngple The magpie is nothing It not ingen lOllS He always barricades his bulky nest with thorn branches so that Jrf plunder it Is by no means an casr mat ter but when circumstances oblige the pro to build in a low bushlor hedge an absence of lofty trees being a mark ed feature of some northern localities he not only Interlaces his home but also the entire hush in a most formida ble manner Nor does ho step here To make assurance double sure he fash Ions a means of exit as well as entrance to tho castle so that If disturbed he can slip out by his back door as it were A PART OF THE UNOFFICIAL VOTE OF BRECKENRIDUE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET REPUBLICAN TICKET Cu Aet- ty 1 xiI c = I III ale = c to Ir CO4 wI4oly- p tl r3 qy ti7 C prr C Qo 10 c r c0 h1 x 0o o tn C II Cpo 0 = 8 Iii 0 8 0 1 JP i i a lE ro p s g 3tg F 00 JIIO I tn cC 11 0 r I oo IIciPRECINCTS C7 7 SVqyc 3igi la0o i 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this week The rock that is now used is being removed from the clay hole at the tile factory YOUNG ALLIGATORS They Feed lint Once n Month find Then Prefer Live Food The thing of it being difficult to in duce an alligator in captivity to eat Is a mistaken Idea said a man who owns n young alligator and knows all about them The question Is how First of nil an alligator feeds but ones n month and then prefers to eat any thing that suggests life anything that moves Kor this reason angleworms besides being good food for It prove at tractive to the eye of n small gator anti later disappears with the same rel ish it would were the alligator in the streams of its native regions Again a small portion of raw beef makes excel lent food for it and the nlllgutor never refuses to eat of a piece that is tied to a trine and slowly drawn along In front of him In this way giving a sug gestion of life to tho food Another thing very Important to know in the care of an alligator is to exactly understand how to make it comfortable The best and simplest plan Is 1o secure it box any ordinary wooden box and fill the bottom with sand which is then covered with moss Also have placed inside of the box which must be kept In the sun as much as possible n flowerpot saucer filled with water This must be changed frequently All of which makes the alligator very com fortable for in case it should become tired of the water there are the moss anti sand for it to get out upon So with a properly arranged home or box and a little care ns to Its diet there is no rca son why time little alligator tourists so frequently delight in sending their friends from Florida should not thrive In captivity Washington Post Never Tonclictl the Scotchman It Is related of the late Shirley Brooks that he had at one time a very favorite pig who alas went the way of all pigs sub was converted Into bacon Brooks sent sonic of the delicacy to n friend with n note as follows Ills end was pence anti I send you a piece of his oath The joke was related to a Scotch mall who laughed very heartily and shortly afterward having occasion to kill n pig of his own sent souse to a relative with the remark Ills end was pence and I send you a piece of the pig And ho wondered why nobody saw the joke London King The Worst of It Barker Is not much on form sold the first commuter Why tho other day I saw him eating breakfast food for supper And that wasnt the worst of ltWliat couldbe worse broke In tho second commuter Why tits replied tho first com muter with n grin lie actually had on evening dress at the tine with a morning glory In his buttonhole New York Times AMERICAS BlESTEditorially Fearless Consistently Republican News from all of the worldWell written original storiesAnswers to queries Articles on Health the Home New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden Tlie 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 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