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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 0 r- h H 3 THEJ BREGKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTetlIIIVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER II 1903 8 Pages NO 171 I THE OFFICIAL VOTE NOV 23 State Election Commission Will t Then Announce The Total Vote RESULTS OF TilE ELECTIONS The official announcement of the total vote cast at the election on Nov 8 and the votes received by the rhF venous candidates will be made by the State Election Commission on Mon day November 23 That is the day fixed bY the present election law of the State for the official tabulation of returns and issuing of certificates The official count of the vte in each coun ty was begun last Friday by the county Election Boards but was not comple ted Revised returns give Beckham an approximate majority of 27252 in the State election Revised returns in other states ahow that Massachusetts went about 85000 Republican Maryland 7000 Democratic Penn sylvania 224000 Republican Nebraska 10000 Republican Iowa 00000 Re pnbltean Colorado Republican and Ohio 125000 Republican Now Jersey went twothird Republican in the leg relative electron and Mississippi Vir ginia and Greater New York went Democratic The election of Geo B McClellan the Democratic candidate for mavor of Greater New YorK by a majority of 70000 predicts the elec tion of a Democratic president in 1004 in the opinion of the Democrats The Fourth district gave Beckham a majority of 4734 according to the unofficial returns Meade county gave Beckham 600 majority and Hardin 1017 In the Second district Ohio and Hancock went Republican and Mc Lean and Daviesa Democratic The Democratic candidate for circuit judge of this district was elected by about 1200 majority The constitutional amendment car I ried by about 14000 votes The Pro hibition Socialist and Socialist Labor tickets received a very light vote Interesting Program The following is the program for the District Sunday school convention t r to be held at Custer Sunday Nov 15 J 1003 10 80 Scripture Reading and prayer Welcome addressR 0 Penick ResponseMrs H B Head l Song The SundaySchoolits importance in building character W J Piggott How to overcome the obstacles to Sundayschool workT B Hen derson The Sunday School whose responsi bility is itS 0 Dowell Appointment of committees Song and benediction 100 p m Song The childs duty to the School The pastors duty to the School tCThe parents duty to the School C H Drury The Snndayschool as an influence in r my lIfeJ B Herndon The Home Department and cradle roll T J Jolly It ia urged that every individual who Is interes ed in the improvement of the moral standing of the commun ity and the study of the Bible will be present Father Reported DylnIc Brandenburg Ky Nov 10Spo- atalThe Her J L Hart pastor of the Baptist church here was called by telegram last Friday to Vlrgl- nlaJwhere hla father was reported in a dying condition Rev Hart had I made arrangements to commence a I series of sermons last Sunday assisted by the Rev U S Thomas The meet postponeda Fordsville Trustees The following town trustees for the next two years were elected at Fords vllle last week R W HmesJ P Gilmore Mannel Brooks J B Wes terfield and Dr Barnhlll The five trustees areamong the Dost citizens of the town Woodmen Organize Brandenburg Ky Nov 10Spe ti ticialThe Woodmen nave organized quit a strong lodge here including a number of the young men of this place LAW BREAKERS STILL ABROAD Speck Beavin and Hovious Drown Held Over to Grand Jury For Assault INCENDIARY AT TOBINSPORT Barney Bohler was assaulted last Wednesday night about 10 oclock near Tom Bohlera shop bySpeck Beaviu and Hovious Brown colored their In tention being he thinks to ron him He had some money on his person but they did not get this as his cries for help frightened them away before they had time to secure it A little after 10 oclock Bohler left his shoe shop on Elm street and started down Main street on nil way home in the lower end of town As he turn ed around Hammans corner he heard two men following him When he had gone about half a block the men who were Speck Beavin and Hovious Brown grubbed at his cane and when he asked them what they wanted they said they wanted to Kill him He told them to quit following him and they dropped back a little They continued however to follow him and when he turned around Halls corner and got opposite Tom Bohlers blacksmith shop they knocked him in the head four times and wrencned his cane from his hand He atijnggled with them for a while but when he was felled to the ground he cried out that he was being murdered While he was down they searched in his pockets he says but before they got his money a light appeared in the doorway of a nearby house and they fled Bohlers head wan badly bruised and his back was hurt The examining trial of Brown was held Friday before Judge WillisBrown was arrested by marshal Willis on the charge of assault and battery with intent to rob and was tried before Judge Will Friday night The charge was then changeds- hadto assault and buttery and Brown a second trial Saturday morning when his bond was fixed at 100 He failed to give bond and was taken to Hardlnsburg Saturday afternoon by Marshal Willis and committed to the county jail Beavin gave himself up Friday night when he learned that the charge had been changed and he was tried Saturday morning and his bond placed at 100 which was given Another Incendiary Fire A barn and contents belonging toWIl lIam Suddartb who lives in the lower part of Tooius bottom in Perry county Ind was burned last Thursday night after 10 oclock The barn was destroyed before the family knew of the fire Besides other valuable prop erty two fine horses were burned It Is thought that the work was thatof an incendiary as no fire was left in the barn when the family retired The bloodhoundbolonging to the tar more of Tobmsport was sent for the next morning to hunt the miscreant who fired the barn It is the first in cendiary fire in Toblnsport since the farmers organized a league for their protection and bought a bloodhound Previous to the farming of the league there were five or six flresin succession and all it was thought were the wont of incendlarya The hound when put on the scent went to the home of Geo MoFalls John Robinson who Is under Indictment for several ugly crimes was making his home with MoFalls Kobin son was arrested and taken to jail but no warrant waS sworn out for the arrest of MoFalls It Is believed that either MoFalls or Robinson tired the barn Using Webster Stone Large qunmties of atone for the improvement of the public roads of Davless county are being delivered at Owensboro from the quarries at Web ster The company operating the quarries was allowed 1000 Friday for tone already delivered Switches to Seven Hills Engineer Hudson of the Hender son Route was in Owenaboro last week to consider the matter of putting in a switch to the factories in Seven lUlls In case the switch is laid it vflll prove of value to the road y THE ELECTION COMMISSIONERS In Breckenridge County Give Moorman a Majority of 115 and Moore 4iL J NO CONTEST OVER ELECTION Hardinsburg Ky Nov 10Spe- cialTne County Board of Election Commissioners convened at the court house in the county court clerks office on Friday morning last for the pur pose of counting the votes and issuing certificates of the successful candidates The Board is composed of the follow ing persons Frank P Payne who by virtue of his office is chairman Jesse Wnitwortb secretary and John P Haswell Jr Edward Dillon the deputy county clerk was made secre taryDuring the progress of the count it was discovered that there were forty eight rejected ballots locked np in the ballot boxes of various precincts Morris Eakridge as attorney for W S Ball appeared before the Board and tiled an affidavit and moved that the election officers of those precincts be summoned to appear and unlock the ballot boxes and remove the rejected ballots so that they might be canvass ed Mercer Mercer and Moorman as attorneys for Moore objected to this motion claiming that the Board had no authority to make such an or der The position of the Board was that they did not have the power to compel the election officers to open the ballot boxes but that if an oraer was obtained from the circuit judge to open the ballot taxes and canvass the rejected ballots they would com ply with such order Mr Ball de dined to do this as he did not wish to appear before the people as contest Ing the election and thereupon tne Board proceeded with the count and issued certificates T J Moores ma jority as shown uy the returns be fore the Board was 44 D C Moor mans was US and BecKhauis was 65 For the constitutional amendment 485 votes were roast and 115 votes were cast against it The Board was in session two days Stole lIorse Election Day A horse each belonging to Aarun Nugent and Clarence Dtinlevy who live near Goering was stolen here on Tuesday night The young then ouie Into the town to hear the election returns and hitched their horses to the public rack opposite the court house When they started to go home their horses were gone and although they have ridden entirely over the county In search of thaw nothing could be hard Hanoocu Marion New of New York Preas Oae of the most original well one of the charming novels of the t unconventional Inconsequent of stage In The Strollers the of the of times are ad St Louis Clobe Democrat fascinating romance The author a scene unique in fiction and told a of such force and beauty it will take its the literary successes of the day WAS BEATEN AND GAGGED Prof and Mrs McClure With Inhuman Treatment- of Young Girl TO BE TRIED THURSDAY Prof and Mrs C E McClure of Irvington who conduct the public school at that place will be tried Thursday on the charge of inhuman treatment of a little Japanese girl who they base adopted The crime was committed Sunday and Prof and Mrs McClure were arrested and are now out on bond It gagjeIbyProftheywerebonds and leaving the McClure home fled for the woods The crnel treat Icarne and Mrs McClure It is also reported that the child was severely with a bean pole by them The child is a native born Japanese having been brought from Japan by Mrs McClure when she was in that country How cruelly she has been treated by Prof and Mrs McClure remains to be proven In their trial ThursdayThe of Irvington ve ry much excited over the affair and the news of it has quickly spread over the county on account of the prominence of the people concerned rPolk niller to Entertain Ky Nov 10Spe- cialPolk Miller of Richmond Va one of the most famous entertainers of the day will at the City Hall on Thursday evening Nov ID He cornea under the auspices of enterI of story and song onOld Times Down SouthHenry Watterson says he is the best onomau show in all America Chain coy M Depew says that lie takes pleasure in certifying to the ability and the excellence of his recitals Mark Twain tne greatest American humor says of him The stories I have heard him tell are the best I have ever heard He has entertained the best audiences iu all the larger cities and you will miss a most delightful evening if you fail to hear Polk Miller A Democratic Dance- G P Burdett of Plncheco gave a Democratic dance last It was largely attended THE STROLLERS By Frederic Se Isham In this fascinating romance the author relates the of a company of actors at the time of the Mexican war travelling from York to New Or leans by private conveyance giving performances along the route There are some admirable charac tersBarnes the manager SaintProsper the soldier of fortune and Constance the leading lady There are some villains too and the course of true love did not always run smooth The result is an story unusual strength I PRAISE BY TIlE PRESS as as most seaso- nBrooklyn Times The life the folk incidental revelations customs the mirable has chosen story that rankwith Charged ARE beaten are Hardlnsburg appear ist week experience absorbing New York World Style of telling in The Strollers It as original and striking at choice of time and subject It happy and un usual The Milwaukee Sentinel Mr Isham has a good story to tell and he tells it delightfully e It lImpossible In a review to con vey the charm of the story Buffalo Courier Uncommonly readable The Stroll era Is far removed from the ordi nary run of featureless fiction The characters are strongly drawn and there Is vivid contrast Read The Strollers in This Paper IT WILL EGIN IN A FEW DAYS c DIDNT THINK OF ELECTION Hardinsbur and Glendeane For get to Have Elections For Town Officers THOSE WHO IIAD ELECTIONS I Of the four incorporated towns in this county Glendeane and Hardlns burg forgot to hold elections for town officials At Irvington R M Jolly was elected police Judge and D W Henry marshal The town trustees elected are J B Bates C F Redman S T Payne W J Plggott and Jonas Lyons At Stephenspcrt Dr Geo Shively- R A Smith N B Netherton W C Blame and John G McCoy were elect ted town trustees Mrs Thos Tousey Dead The friends of Mrs Thos Tousey of lardinsburg will be shocked to learn of her death which occurred suddenly this morning at R oclock She leaves- a husband and one son Mr Samuel Pate Dead Mr Samuel Pate of Unioi Star died Monday night consumption He was oneof the heft known men of the county Shipping Mussel Shells W B Phelps is shipping about a carload of mussel sheila every week to the factories He has added to hi J pile of shell near the Henderson Route until its hundreds of tons of this river product are worth several thousand dollars OVER TilE COUNTY Born Oct81 to the wife of Eimnett Lancaster of Gaston a fine baby boy Remember the big sale of cattle at R W Batchs Holt next Saturday Mon Dunn wife and children of- Kirk returned last Saturday from a visit to his father inlaw Mr Way mond Furrow of Rockport Ind Election at Brandenburg Brandenburg Ky Nov 10Spe- eiat The election passed off very quietly here and the result for Uov ornor is just what all expected Three members of the old town board and elected Dr J H Dink Dr J M Hardin and Ed F Alexander and two of the new U H CasperKe and Vol Wright New Hardlnsburg Firm Hardlnsburg Ky Nov 10bpo- vialTtiere is a new business firm in town Jubal Hook Sr and Fred Moor man have bought out J H Leunin und will continue the business at the same location The style of the new firm is Hook Moorman New Officers Elected Hardlnsburg Ky Nov 10Spoc- al Henry O Jolly Sr was elected to the office of Surveyor without opposition George WHines was elected constable for the MoDanlels Magisterial dls not on last Tuesday to fill a vacancy Will Give a Grand Ball The Cloverport Mechanics brass band will give a grand ball in Oelzen Hall next Thnrday evening The Cloverport string band will furnish music for the occasion Everybody Invited to spend an evening of en joyment Nathlntr Homemade Mrs OnddleII see youre going in for society Has your daughter made her debut yet Mrs Nurltch Woll I should say not She got all thorn things made to order In Paris Philadelphia Press ADDITIONAL LOCAL Watch for The Strollers Boys suits 1 00 Babbage fi Son Colliers weekly 4oJ D Babbage Fashionable millinery Judith Miller Miss Clara WingUeld returned to Louisville Monday Some new effects in hats just receiv edJudith Miller Mens jeans coats formerly 175 now 125 Babbago Son Two Doz little photos for Wo at W THE OLD RELIABLE I AbsolufelyPure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE J Mattinglys Gallery Miss Clara Carter went to Irvington Thursday to visit relatives Try limberger cheese for a change we have ItC L Sipple Mike Newton left Monday for Evansville to visit relatives- J C Wheeler of Louisville is visit- Ing Mr and Mrs J M Fitch G S K the new card game just Htrucic town Can von play JU R W Bolch and Judge W D Holt of Holt were in town vesterday Numerous styles of hats and caps for children I have Judith Miller Pigs feet welnies and boiled ham are nice for lunchefl C L Sipple The Strollers is the name of our next eerial story which will begin In a few weeks DaptlstSundayAbe of West Point was visit ing his sister Mrs J D Babbage MondayMrs Kroush and Mr H L Shanks of Rome Ind were in town Friday shoppingMiss Gregory spent several days the past week with friends at AnchorageMrs B Skillman entertained tne Ladies Reading Club last Thursday afternoon Best patent flour CJJo per SUCK or 3 bbl Come qulok while it lasts Bab bage Son- December Delineator 220 pages every woman should nave It sola by J D Babbage Straight grace flour 58o per sack or 150 per bbl Come quick while it lasts Babbago Son Mrs Owen May of Louisville who has been the guest of relatives re turned home Monday qrllnberrica tnewC L Sipple Mrs Mary J Miller and Mrs Lizzie Burnett went to Louisville yesterday to spend several days Mrs E G Gregory andchIldren who have been the euests of relatives returned to Fenley Monday Willis Green of Falls of Rough was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Mr and Mrs G W Short Mrs A A LaHelst and children will go to New Albany this week to reside Mr LaHelst will go later Farm Lifo for November Is a heat tifnl number You can get it free with a years subscription to the News New JIgs and raisins G L Sipple Grapes prunes nice for supper and breakfastwe have themC L Sipple Mrs Augustus Thompson of Wash ington DO arrived last night to be the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs E C Brice Mrs Chins K Minary and sonWill lam arrived Sunday from Springfield Ill to Visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmen Mrs HIckman Alexander and baby of Owensboro WhO have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugene Golf have returned home Miss Roberta McOuvook hits returned from a visit to Louisiana Mo ac companied by Mrs John Baker and children who will visit here The Delineator for December con tains 220 pages ofwell the lady knows what everything of interest to hernow on sale at JD Babbage Dr Mitchel Miller has removed biB office from the Duncan House to Mr F T Heysera new residence on High St where he may be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays instead of Wednesdays and Saturdays as hereto fore The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1003 IfI1 IId 11 HI I J d11 It Mr Elder Writes From St Louis II1 1 1 1 I1 T F 1 iI 1 Ii++++ St Louis Mo Oct JO 1003 liter News Dear SirSome time ago I saw a copy of the News the first I have seen since 1880 Hhen I left the old Blue Grass state and it caused me to think of old times when I used to live back there So many names I saw in the News that I had almost forgotten yet they were so familiar to me I have been away more than five years I first went to Brazil and I was there almost two years I started into railroading there and worked about six months and left the road for about one year and then went to KanviUe Illinois and got a job as fireman for the Chicago and Eastern Illinois R R I was with them almost two years then went on the Chicago and Northwestern R R between Chicago and Milwaukee Wis out only worked there a short time and next I went to the Chicago Alton R R and left them last December I then went down into Kansas but only stayed there a short time and came back to St Louis on reb 18 1003 and have been here since St Louis is now a great place Tha Worlds Fair is to be opened May 1 1001 and I had as well say that the people of St Louis are almost crazy over the Worlds Fair I am slow to see any great help that the Worlds Fair is or will be to St Louis Tis true that it is a source of millions to a number ot men who already have millions but its to the laboring man it will be a disadvan tage in the land forthe place is over run with men thinking when they came they would make a snug fortune out cf the work they would get to do on tho Worlds Fair Buildings Wen there are thousands here now who would leave if they coulil and what will it be at this time next your The Worlds Fair will be over and people by the thousands will be Ileft here without work and the amount of suffering among people was never bo fore severe in St Louis While I am not trying to run St Louis down I am telling the simple truth There Isc abundance of work here but look at the vast number that ure here ready toii do it and all tne work here if I am IIduntII lR1IorI more than 1175 and 200 per day paid that is top price House rent iIII very high I pay six dullars a week room and board and dont get what I 1 call first oliiH by a great deal The site for tho Worlds Fair is simply grand It is located in Forest Park in the western portion of the city It is a beautiful pbfe and the J buildings lire vast structures A wonderful display of workmanship is to be seen on them There are now nOOO mechanics employed there pushing I them to completion which they hoce will be ubout April 1 1001 Next year is going to be the banner year for StILoin Rates on alljoads will be reduced nod I hope to see ninny of my oldII friends come in to see the wonderful I fair that has been the tulle fo long 11 St Lnuin has put up some fineI Paines Celery Compound CURES RHEUMATISM i Rheumaiiim which does its terrible work In the muscles joints and tissues is caused by uric acid which gathers in the blood To get rid of this poisonous acid which produces the irritations pains agonies inflammations and swellings peculiar to rheumatism Paines Celery Compound should be used without delay No other medicine gives such prompt cheering and happy results It is the only itmedicine that prevents a return of the dreaded disease Paines Celery Compound braces the nerves the blood is quickly cleared of all irritating poisons tissue and muscle are built up and the digestive organs perfectly toned Do not treat with indifference the slightest rheumatic symptoms the early use of Paines Celery Compound will save you weeks and months of suffering Mr S D Conway St Louis Mo was permanently cured by Pains Celery Compound after repeated fail ures with other medicines and physicians he says I I am 64 years of age and have lived in St Louis 27 years and all this time with the exception of three years I have served in the Engineers Department as Inspector Last winter I contracted rheumatism and was laid Up I tried all remedies and doctors but all farted until I struck Paines Celery Compound which has made a permanent cure in my case I have recommended it to many and they have used it with the same resultII POE HOME USE AND ECONOMY I Diamond Dyes cake Old Clothes Loot New Direction book and 45 dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt I buildings this year that ate all mod ern and are from eitrht to eighteei stories high Bat one building has St Louis that leads all the world of its kind It is the Union Railwayy station which is situated at Eight eenth and Market streets It covers two entire blocKS and it was built by the TerminalRailroad association at a cost of MX million dollars It is stone and the train shed has twenty six tracks It is a busy place Now you may not care to find room in your columns for this but I would be glad if you would for it wonld tell many of my old friends where Inn I know many people in the little city of Cloverport that F would be glad to see and I think I will happen back once more sometime in the future With the best of wishes to the old friend readers of the News and itt editor also I am yours truly- A Russell Elder 1522 Washington Ave St Louis Mo- A Scientific Discovery Kodol iyspepla Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do fjr itself even when bnt lightly disor dered or over Inaded Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natnral juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervons tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and diges tive organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by All Drug Co Murray May be Relieved Frankfort Ky Nov 6Now that the result of the state election is known speculation is rife as to who will receive anointments tit the hands of tne new administration A strong tip is out that Col Percy Hilly is to be placed in charge the adjutant generals department relieving Uen David R Murray and will have for his assistant Col Neol cj Games of Frnnkfort Tu Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Uromo Quinine THblets All ruBBists orefuml the money If It falls to cure i WVUrves signature anon each box V Miss Eva llensley Retnrns After a month spent in California bliss Kvn LaRue Heusley of Hnrdms burg has returned to her native state She was in Louisville last night nt the Villnrd antI will go to her home to lay Mjtes Honsley made a thorough tour 01 the West visiting all points of interest and says she was much im pressed with the vastness of it all Sntarnnys CourierJournal A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly out on the leg of J B Orner Franklin 3rDve III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then BuoKlens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Erupt e us and Piles 25c at Short S Hnyn s Drug- Store Corrections There were two errors in tne write IIp in last weeks News about the Old Fiddlers contest which we wish to orreot Tom Lewis was named as one of the judges when it should have been R W Lewis This mistake however was correted in the note tinder the picture of the old fiddlers In the note Price Gaaham should have beta Price Graham Pottery Changes lands Cannelton ind Nov 4The pot ery plant of Mr Chits E Clark antI Mrs Curt Ryan on Last Seventh street in Cannelton has been purchas ed by the Clark Rose te Company who will operate Iit in tho future The plant of the former has enjoyed a large patronage while leased by the utter for several years and the new owners will greatly increase the out put In Perry Circuit Court Leonard L Alvey et al vs Lyaia A Masteraon et al partition S H surer appointed guardian ad litem for the three infant heirs trial by court and finding for plaintiff Land ordered soMat public sale 0 C Minor appointed commissioner to sell same and to advertise it in tome newspaper Two Settlers Dead LewUport KyJNov 6Lewlsport has lost two of its oldest citizens this week Mr B J Hopper died on Saturday in his eightythird year nnd on Wednesday his devoted wife died nt the ripe old age of eightyone They were two of the first settlers of the town They leave two daughters Lizzie and America who conduct n millinery shop here Mr Hopper was buried at the city cemetery Sunday and she was laid to rest by his side on Thursday Mr Hopper was in the tobacco prizing business for a number of years since which time he had been farming INDIGESTION I was troubled with stem ach trouble Tnedfordt Black goodIntoys medicine I took in a- 7ur1orRS SARAH E filHRFIELD ElletUville Ind Thedfordi Black Draught quickly invigorates the etc Ion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion At you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa eionrlv you will keep your perfeet THEDFORDS BlA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfordi ClackDraught not only relieve constipation butcures diarrhea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular- All druggists sell 25cent packag- eThedfords Black Draught is the best medi cine to regulate the bowels I have ever usedMRS SneadsFerry CONSTIPATION Secure Options on Land Drs J V Prewitt of Vest Point and M F Coomesof Louisville have been spending the past two weeks se curing options on tne lands adlacant to that held recently by the govern ment ana need for the temporary army maneuvers This actlnn is being taken on the strength of a statement made recently by Gen John C Batet that more ground was needed for a permanent site nun it is desired that nothing to be permitted to stand in the wily of a next morning to hunt the miscreant who fired the barn It is the first in cendiary fire in Tobinsport since the fartnon organized a league for their protection and bought n bloodhound Previous to the farming of the league there were five or six fires in success- Ion and all it was thought were the worn of incendiarys Unknown Person Kills Cow Some unknown person killed a tine Jersey cow belonging to Jake May last Wednesday night The cow was found lend Thursday morning in Tom Wrights back yard with n small hole In her forehead Some believe that the wound was caused by a bullet and others believe that the cow was struck in the head with n pick A pistol shot was heard in tbe neighborhood where the cow was killed about 10 oclock Wednesday night Mr Wright was not at home at the time Wonderful Mlnu Shell There is a sand bank at Connemara on the west coast of Ireland that Is the Mecca of every curiosity seeker who is fortunate enough to know of its exist dice As a general thing scud backs are not a preat attraction but In this particular case the attractive power is not In till amid Itself but In the mil lions of extinct miniature shells which are almost as numerous as the grains of sand with which they aiv Intirmln sled Tho largest of tlu iie little won lord is smaller than the smallest pin hind and sonic of them so minute tilt they can easily he put through the eye of a common sewing needle yet anon IIs as perfect as the pearly nautilus tlj spider shell the sea urchlu or any other wartime oddity They nre of nil shapes and forms Im aginable One will have till perfect outlines of a miniature basket another will look like a fairys tobacco Sox while a third noels no effort of the 1m agination to give It the form of a bot tie The flash shells of Ceylon timid Ails tralia RIO the only living representa tees of these cnnchological I wonders Naturalists who have examined the Ceylonese flash shells spy that each is filled with a tiny bit of jellylike sub stance which of course Is the animal Itself nut which is so Infinitesimal that no distinction cnu be observed between head and heart mouth und stomach Eskimo MytlioloKT Among the Eskimos the sun Is a maiden and the moon is her brother who Is overcome by a wicked passion for her Once as this girl was at a dancing party in a friends hut some ono camo up and took hold of her by the shoulders and shook her which is according to the legend the Esklm manner of declaring ones love She could not tell who it was la the dark and so she slipped her band in some soot and smeared one of his cheeks with it When a light was struck in the hut she saw to her dismay that it was her brother and without waiting to learn any More she took to her heels He started In hot pursuit And so they ran until they got to the end of the world the Jumping off place when they both jumped Into the sky There the moon Mill chases his sister the sun and every now and then he turns his sooty cheek to the earth when he becomes eo dark that you cannot see him TEA ROOT CARVINGS Fantnitlc Wooden Ohleta That An Fashioned In thcrlent The fnnlistlc wooden objects which come from the far cnst and are known OB tea root earrings hoe long been the basis of a ilrospcrous industry In tba populous city of Fuchnu Strictly speaking the name is a misnomer Some of the carvings are made from old ten roots and tea trunks but the vast majority ninetenths at least nre made from the roots and trunks of hardwood trees The carvings are almost Invariably made In two parts a pedestal and one or more human figures fitted to the lat ter by pegs and holes The former la made from a root and the latter from a trunk The roots are selected with con sldcrable care They must be comparatively free from dry rot decay and worm holes and must possess a rude symmetry They are cleaned scrubbed and scraped and sawed to about the desired size then the artist with chisel gouge knife and pinchers removes rootlets and roots until the fig fire is completed The simplest design Is a three legged pedestal of which the base is a rough cylinder of wens and knobs Any numb r of legs may be used A curious specimen seen by the writer in the Grand hotel Yokohama has fifty legs while the body has been so treated alto suggest a horny centlped A second type of pedostal Is the mushroom A third type Is an animal form such ni the bulfalo tiger unicorn elephant or dragonNearly always the chisel is guided by humor or satire If It be a saint who is depleted tbe look of piety or suffer ing Is replaced by a leer or drunken grimace If It be a warrior every limb and muscle is molded so as to suggest decrepitude or a desire to run away Quang TI the Invincible soldier prince Is frequently portrayed stand ing on one deg with the other extended like a professional rope balancerN w York Post Cured of Plies After 40 Years Mr C Hnney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars 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 packageall others are cheap worthless counter feits Sold by All Drug Co A Bath nt Tints To take a bath at TUBS Is to rout a wonderful experience Abundant Hprlnjjs of water strongly Impregnated with sulphurated hydrogen slip ly the building and In Its vaulted chambers fur below the street there Is no sound but the cpinsb of the fountain and the rolling echo of ones own voice Henry Norman gives n description of the masseur who presides over the bath and stakes Its most eccentric feature He Is a Persian who speaks but a word or two of Itusslan Ills Send is shaved a rag Is twisted round his waist 11111 his feet are dyed orange First he rubs you and then sudden Ily as you He face downward on the marble Blab he Is upon your back his feet dug Into your spine his heads grasping your shoulders to Increase the pressure Slowly with skillful ap preciation of every muscle his feet grind up and down your back They encircle your neck They are on your headThen he vaults lightly off and in a moment front a linen bag filled with soap he has squeezed clouds of perfumed bubbles and you are hidden in them from head to toot as completely as If you had fallen Into a snowdrift You arc not absolutely bruised but you are clean CL fJTORIILBears the- SIgnature of You Have Always Bout aLast Troops Leave Howard Troop K 4th Cavalry and CoO 3rd Infantry which have been at Howard since the maneuvers engaged in re pairing broken fences eto left Sat urday Troop K for Jefferson Barracks Mo and Co 0 for Fort Thomas Ky They were the Inst troops to leave HowardMINTONE INSTANTLY CURES HeadAcheTHE THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervous ness CURES Dizziness CURBS Nausea CURBS Sleeplessness CURES quJtheI f i ONNNN DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY N 111ljfj E Kyii t of Elizabethtown i DISTRICT AGENT FOR HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on farm nnd town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up JeBe HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky J t ASK MEFor information regarding the wonderful possibilities of the new country just being opened u- pBEAUTIFUL INDIAN TERRITORY Our new booklet giving full information concerning Indian allotments settlements by Whites coal and mineral lands and agricultural and manufacturing opportunities forwarded on request in Geo H Lee G P G D G P little Rock Ark For oneway tickets tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri Arkansas Texas and Indian write for and cost of ticket from your home town Tbe Cotton Belt runt solid through trains to Texas equipped with tbo most modern and comfortable cars These trains make quick time copy of band oree Illustrated booklets Homes In the Southwest and Through Texas Wltb a Camera- L Agent O E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louts U tl to to Nov 30 1903 Low Rates from other points Line running through i Conducted Ex Sleepers Louisville CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and I TEXAS H ONE FARE 200 FOR THE ROUOD TRIP 1st 3rd each Month A Bacon A Cincinnati MemphisfirstHalf the OneWay Rate plus 200roundtrip Louisiana Oklahoma Territories particulars BontbwestIfour SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Cincinnati Mol ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i 3660 LOUISVILLE Proportionately CALIFORNIA Dotty iOnly Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates in erect tho Southwest First and Third Tuesdays each month X BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS For Folders and Descriptive Matter of the Hprlngs and i address Lands in tho South and through tickets apply ARKII F W HARLOW D PAC ttau L CHRISTIAN President PLUS 0 G JNO D BABBAOE VicePresident to on In I to I I BOARD OF DIRECTORS- M L CHWSTIAN ROY CRAWFORD P D PLANK rJNO D BARRAGE J C NOLTE V V V II 10 GLOVERPORT FOUNDRY INCORPORATED MACHINE OI 1 1iCLOVERPORT KY A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work make Castings and any other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop Will Open For Business About October le1 INCREASEYOUR BUSINESS Tuesdays t Isecretary By spending more money for ndvitising in th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS i f r = c ititBreckontidg c News r WJ lDly1i vEKBER 11 icon MENU OF a tTHE TURKS Y t Dishes That Could be Adopted by American Housewives TilE NATIONAL DISH wa Some of the dishes found on Turkish tables might well be adopted by the American housewife king appetizing and inexpensive and easily prepared from articles that are to be found here in great abundance Turks do not care for salads but prefer meat fish vegetables and sweet dishes The Bosporus furnishes a great variety of excellent fish among them the red mullet oysters and mussels but the Turks have no Idea of the choice of cuts and simply ask for so many okas caring nothing so that they get meaty pieces with few bones Corned beet roast beef steak these are unknown Mutton beef a little veal fowls and game are eaten Pork U the unutterable flesh Breakfast with tho Turks of all 5c clasMacotwIsts of a cup of coffee and bread A piece of cheese rolled into the fat pancake Is eaten by the laborers Thl is sometimes exchanged for cakes that are much like pretzels only larger and not so hard In the fruit season different kinds of fruit are added Black bread made of unbolled ryo flour U sold everywhere and when fresh Ila delicious With a few grapes a piece of the native cheese and a cup of cone the richest man Is antlsfled With all fish lobsters and many meats a sort of salad dressing Is served made of garlic oil breadcrumbs and vinegar all bruised to a cream with caviare or cucumber Mussels arc much larger than in this country They are washed steamed until they open then filled with rice chopped onion and pepper and butter packed closely in a ves sel and baked an hour Turks make few soups as they prefer solid food but sardines anchovies and salted olives or pistachio nuts are eaten before meals as appetizers Of vegcta bles which enter largely into their diet the favorite Is the tomato and scarcely any dish Is considered com plete without It though they never eat this vegetable raw To preserve toma toes for winter use they boll them un til the skins are loose then pass them through colanders after which they jl throw salt Into the pulp This causes it to settle and the water Is poured off while the residue Is put into thin bags and hung In the shade The next day it is spread on flat surfaces to dry Later it is cut into squares and laid in covered jars This process retains the taste and qualities of the tomato better than canning and a little water makes the pulp moist again Potatoes a taste for which Is an acquired one with the Turk and first boiled mashed with eggs and a little flour then made Into cakes and fried Beans and lima beans are boiled with tomatoes and butter and sometimes on ions Squash is sliced and fried or stuffed with mincemeat onions and boiled rice and then baked Large cu cumbers are also stuffed with minced meats and baked or are eaten raw with salt One good stew Is made of mut ton and green peas Another has all sorts of vegetables like an Irish stew Eggplant is cooked in many ways some of them palatable and good One recipe la called Imamballde which means that the Imam for whom the dish first was made fainted with de 4 light at its excellence To make it cat silts in the sides of the eggplant and in sert a forcemeat of onion and minced chicken in the cavities Tie strips of cloth around and fry thoroughly boil ing fat Another way is to substitute eggplant for potato in a stew Toma toes phould also be added Moussaka another and better form f calla for one large eggplant sliced rath 1er thick without peeling Have a quart of tomatoes freshly peeled or canned and one pound of minced beet Fry the beef until It separates set aside while the eggplant Is being fried then put alternate layers of meat egg plant and tomatoes In a deep dish season and bake in a slow oven ome hourAnother delicious dish results frost Ml Stuffed UpIThats the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clearing the head and throatINo wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutesthe breath deranges the stom 1neh and affects the appetite tRTo cure catarrh treatment must bo t constitutional alterative and tonic ifi I was afflicted with catarrh I took J S medicines of dliforent kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew worse until t 1 could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded t try Hoods Sarsaparllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and have nut unit any return of the disease since EUCCVE loans Lebanon Kan Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrhit soothes and strengthens the mucous membrane and builds up the whole system c ii r JT JJeta irig fUc4 onions tomatoM anti hips brew jpr ado biscuit IIn Ilayers WIth a cenerouspfec oV buVtefMn d covered dish Bake slowly tour hours Pilaf Ute natloual dish of Turkey Is served Invariably at every dinner Rice always forms the foundation and the mOlt popular variety la that where nothing but butter tomatoes and rice la used Take threequarters of a pound of Carolina or Egyptian rice wash until perfectly clean and while still wet place In a pan with onequar ter of a pound of butter Stir over the Ore until the rice has absorbed the but ter and become a light golden color Add the rice to three pints of strained tomato Juice boll the whole up once then draw aside to cook without stirring for twentyflve minutes When done melt another quarter of a pound of butter and when the pilaf la dished up pour It over the top Each kernel should be separate The color will be a rich light brown- Ynlaujedolmn Is a popular dish with foreigners as well as Turks Scald some fresh green grape leaves Take a halt pound of rice and fry In butter as for pilaf Mince some onion and parsley very One and add them to the rice with salt and pepper Stuff each leaf with the mixture fastening thr little bundles with cloves Lay them la a kettle the opening downward keep them In place and just enough watr to keep them from burning Bin tea for three quartera of an hour FCW York Tribune Cures Sic xl and Skin Diseases Itching Ha rnors Eczema Scrofula Etc Hend no money dimply write and expenseA ter than a thousand printed testimon isle so dont hesitate to write for a free sample If you suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone paIRS swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood BalmB A B Especially reconl mended for old obstinate deepseated cases of malignant blood or skin die eases because Botnnic Blood Balm a B B kills the poison in the blood cures where all else tails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made Thoroughly tested for 80 years Costs f1 per large bottle at drug stores To prove it cures sam ple of Blood Balm sent free by writ- Ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in soiled letter This is an honest offermedicIne sent at once prepaid Cuts His Message Short Washington Nov 5 President Roosevelts message to the extra ses slon of congress will notbe transmit ted to that body until Tuesday the second day of the session The mes sago is a brief one containing about 1000 words and deals exclusively with the necessity of Cuban recipro city The first day of the extra ses Mon will be devoted to the organiza tion of the two houses A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lunps caus- Ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marlon Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 149 to 02 pounds I tried a number of rem edies to no avail until I nsed One Minute Cough Gore Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured Jme en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to inynorinal weight health and Strength m Sold by All Drug Cos To Celebrate Silver Wedding Rev and Mrs F T Fielding colored will celebrate their silver wedding with a reception at the African Methodist church The event witltake place on Friday evening Nov 20 at 880 oclock Many invitations will be issued The Best Prescription for Malaria TateleaI PayPrlcOld Council ReElected The City ticket known as the old council It won easily in the town election at Hawesville It was headed by Mr L S Powers for Police Judge while the council was divided politically as folllowrf J P Ender Chas Fritz and Jas Crockett Democrats Jas Gillians Jr Dan Foley and Joe lapp Republican New Engines Have Arrived The two new engines ordered by the Henderson Route from the Pittsonrg Locomotive Works early In the year have arrived from Pittsburg The bngines are of the same style as Engines 10 and 20 They will at once go Into service and will aid the Fender son Route to a great extent in hand ling the heavy trafllcit lenjoylng at present I c C j TAR PORK Miss Mary Pariah of Indiana Is visiting her coaatns Misses Annie and Jessie Morton Mrs T A Koonaa was the guest of her brother John Taul Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Bates and brother Willie of McQnady visited their sis ter Miss Pearl Bates Saturday nod Sunday and attended the dance at Old Bardutts Miss Nola Burdett has returned from a weeks visit to relatives at Lyonia The following people formeda mer ry party at the home of Miss Maxie Jacksons last Fnday night Mr and Mrs Verna Morton Misses Annie and Jessie Morton Miss Mary Parish and Frank Wblttlnghill Thomad and PatricK Keenan Styli Keenan and Homer Tanl went opos sum hunting Saturday night They came in Sunday morning with sleepy eyes and greasy months Frank Bnrdett who is teaching school near Hawesville came up Sat urday to visit his parents Mr Bud Mrs lid Burdett He was acuoinpan iled oy Oscar Powers Mr and Mrs Jade Tanl of Mo Quady spent several days last week in our neighborhood the guests of relativesHenry Duncan the American tobac co buyer of Cloverport was out Tues day looking at the farmers tobacco Jesfie Beavin Mode Banm and Dick Burdett have returned from Jackson Ky where they have been at work for sometime Mr and Mrs lid Burdett gave a dance Saturday night in honor of their son Frank and Mr Oscar Pow eve of near Hawesville All had a pleasant time Not a Sick Day Since II I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw nn ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that Alter 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 cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney tronblesand Uener al Debility II This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes OnlyI SOc at Short Haynes Druggists never ronetied the SeotithmBn It is related of the late Shirley Brooks that he had at one time n very favorite pig who alas went the way of nil pigs and was converted Into bacon Brooks sent sonic of the delicacy to a friend with a note as follows Ills end was peace and I send you a piece of his end The Joke was related to a Scotch man who laughed very heartily and shortly afterward having occasion to kill a pig of his own sent some to a rel ative with the remark Ills end was peace and I send you n piece of the pig And ho wonderod why nobody saw the Joke London King The Wont of It Barker Is not much on form said the first commuter Why the other day I saw him eating breakfast food for supper And that wasnt the worst of It Vlmt could be worse broke In the second commuter Why this replied the first com muter with a grin He actually hind on evening dress at the time with a morning glory in his buttonhole New York Times Raw Egg When raw eggs are ordered for am Invalid to whom they are objectiona ble make as palatable as possible by having tho egg as told us one can make It and then serve It from a cold glass as soon as It Is opened Of course It Is useless to servo any save perfectly fresh eggs If the white alone Is to be taken It should be beaten with a whisk until very stiff and frothy then seasoned with salt or sugar whichever Is prefer red and eaten with a spoon Some who object to an egg beaten In a glass of milk sweetened and flavored can take the egg If the sugar Is omit ted and the flavoring extract replaced by brandy What to Eat liars to fiend Oft VnntannoI wonder If Gabsky will recite for me at my little party this evening Dunno lie will unless you know some as yet undiscovered way to pre vent him Baltimore American flood Natures What would you do If I were to offer you work It ud bo nil right mister answer ed Meandering Mike I kin take a joke as well as anybody Washington Star Liver Pills Thats whatyou need some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion Ayer s Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Audr2u5ist want your mnustni Itin or beard a beautiful brown or rklitiltc T Then use BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wrst-o et er OYNMt no R p cut A on NIIMI N H U f tw f 1p1- LftTK octo D I RCII5 ill Gti1G1G3 ILLDC70CC i m 12IIlm0 C il 70IMJIII G1 rI1I1o CTTTITTm FAYT1 1 sc THEY Y Fifth Avenue I Jj tHO TEL Louisville Ky M PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1S oesre reran VICTIMS OF VESUVIUS Fompell and Ileroolunenm Not th Onlr Cities It Tina Hurled The road out of Naples toward Vesu vius Is the same route that one follows to reach Pompeft When Intending to go up the mountain the tourist leaves the Pouipell road at Iteslna the mod ern city which overlies Herculanoum Apropos of these two ancient towns It Is remarkable how many people speak of theta as the only burled cities In the vicinity In fact there are many and It may not be uninteresting to mention them Next to the two familiar ones the one whose name Is most frequently beard is Stable Then there are Cu uia the oldest Greek colony In Italy Balie a watering place resort of the Roman swells In the first year of our Lord Parthcnnpe Palrcopolls and Ne apolls three burled cities lying under modern Naples from the last of which It took Its name Dlkearchla later called Puteolt now Pozzuoll another Greek city of largo wealth anti with much commerce Capua one of the great military posts 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 Roman time Cataclysmic have been the earths throes around that laboring monster Vesuvius for sonic of these burled cit ion which were great seaports 2000 years ago are now fur Inland On the other hand offshore at Balio you may look down from a bout when In suiooh water and discover ancient houses and streets far below you at the bottom of the sea Some of these burled cities were much larger and more Important places than either Pompeii or Horcula iiinitii yet to ninny travelers their names seem unfaniillarArgonaut- YOUNG ALLIGATORS Thejr Feed but Once a Month and Then 1refer Live Food The thing of it being difficult to in duce an alligator In captivity to cat is a mistaken idea said a man who awns a young alligator and knows all about them The question Is how First of all an alligator feeds but onci a month and then prefers to eat anything that suggests life anything that moves For this reason angleworms besides being good food for It prove at tractive to the eye of n small gator and 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 S 1The most centrally located and onlj erst class hotel In the city making 300 Only rate one block from the aIIshopping district and two blocks the principal theatres Street cars pass time door to all of the city- Everything neat and clean ato partsII n kilL luutl cur il tutu Hie ItlllKUiur hern refuses to out of a piece that Is tied to a Hiring and slowly drawn along in front of him In this way giving a sug gestion of life to the food Another thing very Important to know In the care of an alligator Is to exactly undci shins how to make It comfortable The best and simplest plan Is to secure mII box any ordinary wooden box and 1111 the bottom with sand which is then covered with moss Also have placed Inside of tho box which must be kept in the sun as much as possible a flow erpot 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 arc the moss and sand for it to get out upon So with a properly arranged home or box and a little care as to its diet there Is no rea son why the little alligator tourists so frequently delight In sending their friends from Florida should not thrive In captivity Washington Post A ring Ponltlon- Clubbcrly Whats the matter Is that widow Ive seen you with trou bling 01- lClIstietonYes on my nerves I cant make up my mind whether she Is going to marry me or not Detroit Free Press Over half a century of it is one ofthe reasons why goods stamped 1847Rogers Bros the product of this long experience are best They are sold by leading deal ers For catalogue No6 explaining points of in terest to buyers address the makers Iatartanoaal Sliver Oompaar Meltha on WIt fl I 3W Qfoo rn1rU AJ el 1ii1NJ1 vvai I MEATSMALT 1 THE IOIAL TONIC ANA RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength hi Every Drop A scientific combination of theaxatW comtltutnU of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January a igaa MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen lUrlnif examined your Meat and Malt withitsreante that It IIs an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and Invigorates digestion and Ls especially prostration and IIII disuse txneSclalinncrvous Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy CAT Jt MALT CO uIIeKy 6EO H CASPERKE Jewelry and Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set a thing estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre lents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsa but this troublesbyliningtheIIII uysI111 miliarorKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles air IImNthltrtallIzePrepared by E0 DoWITT at 00 OKIOAQO Sold by all Druggists v U ifI i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNOD and V G BABBASE EdltAr and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Snbecription Price f100 a year or 125 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF TIIANiCS over live Unes charged or at the rate of 10ra Isper line OBITUARIES charged tor at the rate of II nntjiverilne Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper If It 1Is not correct please notify us When ordering a chanpo In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1003 Farmers we understand are finding a ready market for their tobacco at f5 and 1- The use of money in elections 1 Is growing altogether too common Tt takes a certain amount of money to conduct a campaign alona legitimate linesthis is all right But when it comes to buying votes at from 250 to fl0 it is nil wrong The man who buys is as mean as the man who sells It is sgainst the law and the guilty parties should be handled Its the only way to put a stop to It Jonas Livermore a New Jersey farmer is 101 years old In telling some friends how he managed to attain such an old age paid he had a good consti tution and treated it well He worked hard and says that hard work intelli gently done never hurts any body He did not make health a fad but lived sanely He ate enough of the things that agreed with his stomach and went to bed early enough to get a good nlghts rest He did not drink whiskey because he said he did not be lieve it was good for him He did not use tobacco for the reason that it was a filthy habit and believed it weakened tho heart Those are simple rules and most any man can observe them So if you want to live longyou can do it Its easT simply obey the TulusH Some ixty or seventyfive Republi cans prominent in business and poli tios in Louisville met at the Gait House Monday night and decided to ocntest the eleotion held in that city and county Inst Tuesday on the grounds of fraud f TOO violence and intimidation If all reports be true it was onp of the most foul elections ever held in any city It is a shame on the good name of Louisville It not onlyI hurts Louisville but hurts the entire state Tnere is no question in our minds but what frauds have been perpetrated by whom and by what political party we know not but by whoever committed they should be dealt with and tho extreme penalty of the law given the violators It is a serious thing this carrying elections by fraud or any way to get votes If it Isnt stopped in the big cities it will soon dominate the country districts We hope the good citizens of Louisville regardless of politics will take hold of the matter and lend a helping hand It is a serious thing this fraudulent voting and should be stopped K P A At Worlds Fair Louisville Ky Nov 7 Kentucky Dayat the Worlds Fair will be on Thursday June 2 1004 and the Kentucky Press association will be the guest of the Kentucky Exhibit associa tion Thttfe two important matters were settled this afternoon nt the meeting of tht executive oorniiiitee of the Ken tacky press association which was held at the Galt House when President Ford tied Secretary Hugnes of tho Exhibit association renewed the invitation extended at the last annual meeting of the Press association held at Lexington The following editors were present President Paul sL Mooro of the Earlington Bee Vice President Louis Landrail ot the Lan caster Record Secretary R E Morn incstar of the Bowling Green News and Executive Committeemeni T C Underwood of the HnpKinaville News Era and It W Brown of the LoUI- sville Times The coming midwin ter meeting of the Press association will be held FridayDecember 11 1003 at the Quit House Bates in County Jail i John Bates colored and aged about fifteen years who stabbed Sam Jewel another negroon Halloween night at a dance had his examining trial before Police Judge Wills 1 last Wednesday afternoon Bates admitted that he did the stabbing and Judge Wills remand ed him to the county jail to wait the nVtion of the Grand Jury which holds itflynoxt sitting in February Thursday morning Marshal Willis took Bates to Hardinsbnrg for safe keeping in the county jail in defunit of a 50 bond Jewel the negro who was Blabbed is recovering from his wound which was a gash in the left shoulder BRANDENBtHfG Social events are entirely of the past stagnation seems the password Rice Holcroft wife and baby visited her brother Geo H Worland last week j TheRev T L Crandell IS out after an Illness of ton days He will fill his pulpit next Sunday at the Methodist church l Mrs Stuart Owings and children have joined her hnqband at Nashville Tenn Mr and Mrs W H Gough have moved into their house by the Catholic church We are all so glad to hear Ferd McGhee has gone home very much im proved in health Mrs J A McQhee has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Hal lenberg of Louisville Mr and Mrs Peak left Monday for Louisville after a visit to the family of J W Lewis The Sunlayfichool housetohouse committee did good wow last week and revived interest in the cause The picture of L A Foote was certainly lifelike and the tribute to him by Rev Mell was qually as fine Mrs Oeoige Woolforrf is with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis before joining her husband in Kansas City We are glad to state that T B Fairlelgh of Paris Tennnas entirely recovered the use of his right arm and handMiss Ada Brown writes from Bowling Green that she is delighted with her business college her acquaintance and the city Work on the Baptist church pro greases slowly When completed it will be a very handsome structure with a number of beautiful memorial win dowsJ T Ditto wife and baby wore with his brother Vrn Ditto last week J T came as is his custom to vote under the rooster Mrs Pearce entertained the Ladies Guild last Thursday The society is doing excellent work as an auxiliary in the Baptist church Miss Lida Powell accompanied her sister Mrs Dewees as far as Louisville when she took items in fall and winter styles Miss lone Dowden is back from a second trip to Cincinnati with later full and winter styles of milllnerr Miss Ula Dowden like Miss lone is artistic to a finish Mrs J W Lewis is with her moth er Mrs James Fairleigh of Owens boro who Is very ill We sympathize with the family and hope the mother and grand mother may be spared The Rev J L Hart is in the lead for the rubbertired buggy contest to be given by the Meade Messenger for the most popular minister It waxes more interesting with each issue Vote Mrs Hobbs mother of James Bland is ill in West Point at her sisters Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Bland have been at her bedside a weutf Mrs Hobbs is a truly good woman and all hope she may recover The Rev Mr Wyatt from the Bap tist Theological Seminary preached here last Sunday morning and evening In Rev Harts stead He announced for the regular pastor tint protracted meeting would begin the Monday night after the first Sunday in Decent berIm truly glad to know the News lubsoripion list has expanded Im an expansionist right along for a goo safe investment Mrs Stun Wrather knows what a bright home paper the Sews is and she proves it by being R subscriber for twelve years Spenuing of Caleb Powers when I called to see Miss Lena Nevitt in Louisville she with her mother and father had just returned from the jail where they saw Powers Jett and White Mis Lena said Powers was so gentlemanly looking and was bright and cheerful- W D Ashcraft is clerk of Mead county has a beautiful home one of tine very prettiest in town a high stepper regular BlueGrass steed is superintendent of our union Saobath schoolis tenor in our quartette and yetis unmindful of one Bibicnl sentence It is not good for man w live alone See A L B in a recent iissue of this interestinglittlecould be of a finishing touch Those minor finishing strokes they tell every time and we discern them with the naked eye all to quickly My talented young friend has lit erary ability beyond a Joubt and I hope she may in tIle by personality brush up against the literary and artistic side of life and thus develop- to the fullest a Godgiven gift Several hundred prominent ladies of Louisville will buy copies of Caleb Powers speech delivered before tne jury ut Georgetown and carry them jonspicionsly In their hands when on 0 attract But will ilt v lnICllatII appeal tailed where are wo to turn for justice The decree has gone forth and just after pur annual Thanksgiving penns of praise go forth and the life i t Caleb Powers is demanded What n thanksgiving it will be to his poor old mother Think of it every mother In our state who has a so- nHARDiNSBURO Bornto the wife of Clarence Lewis Nov 1 a girl tt- Hornto the wife of Amon M Kin cheloe Nov 8 a boy Nolle Ashley of Glendeane WitS in town Monday on a business trip ClarK Owen of McQuady way In town Monday on a business tripII The Hun Charles Blanford leyvl lie was in town last Wednesday IJames Lewis of Louisville was here last week on a visit to his par entsSam and Proctor Keith of Clover port were here visiting friends last SundayB Bears and Miss Eva Hensley returned home Friday from a trip to CaliforniaMrs J Thomas has return ed home from a visit to relatives Derby Ind nearI Mrs John Owen of Jolly nI was the guest of friends here the first of the week j Win G Haswell was in Louisville several days of last week buying Xmas goods 1 The Rev Mr Winchel a Baptist minister preached at the M E church Sunday f T J Moore of McDanlelil the newly elected circuit court clerk was in town Saturday I Miss LizzieSkillman of loverportI was the guest of Mr and H Beard last week County Superintendent Joel H Pile attended the Teachers Association at Webster last Saturday Miss Mattie Reid spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville the guest relatives and friends ofII Miss Alice Baker who is teaching near Irvington spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents 5 The Rev M1 Winchel and wife of Indiana were the guests of the Rev W V Harrell Sunday Win G Haswell spent Sunday at Stephensport the guest of Mr and Mrs Goo W McCubbins Poius Galloway of Irvington has been appointed night operator here for the Cumberland Telephone Co Mr Mortimer SkillmHn of Washington city was the guest of his brother R S Skillman last week Mrs John P Haswell returned home from Louisville Sunday where she had been the guest of relatives James C Stone of the Stone Tobac co Warehouse Louisville was here several days of last week on business Mr and Mrs James H Allen have gone to housekeeping in the brick dwelling near the Democrat printing officeThe Rev W H divert is assisting the Rev W H Foreman in n pro treated meeting at Shiloh near Union StarMr and sirs Herbert M Beard will move next week to the Miller farm which lies about four miles from 4 4 town on the pike 4 4 4 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure I I F J CHENEY CO Props To ledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West R Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan R Marvin Wholesale Drncgiats Toledo O Halls Catarrah Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per battle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls family Pills are the best Attractive Pictorial Edition The Grayson County Gazette of eitchfield issued a pictorial edition last week illustrating Grayson county in the 20th century Besides at tractive pictures of things of interest In Leitchtield and Grayson county the edition contains writeups of tbeI stores industries and people of this hustling little city Tne edition is a- very creditable affair A Popular Official The Louisville Times in quoting Mr R F Warfleld formerly of this city on the improvel conditions ol the money market in that city says One of the popular officials on Main street is Mr R F Warfleld the cashier of the American National Bank Mr Warfield was made cashier of this Institution within the past year as the result of long and faithful service 3 41 A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games BeautifulHomes Homesneed Keiskers FurnitureWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished in this and other states Ours Iis the LEADING FURNITURR STORE in IbuisviLLK and the SOUTH WONT YOU BECOME ONE OF OUR Customers FURNITURE makes an Meal CHRISTMAS GIFT No 586 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky THEI MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits at Follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we willI Issue a Time Deposit note and mail you For the aft1oun- tStockholders are liable for all they are worth Ird St Opposite Court louse B II P01NDEXTER Cashier 00 0 0000 OON0110000000 i 0 i tHomeIRestauraut I I ii IiI I f EUGENE GOFF PROPRIETORii ffIIot meals sowed at all bourii t Everything fresh and now f clean and uptodate Open iearly and late All Kinds of Soft Drinks i i If you cant find what youii t want call on me I have got i- tit Fish Celery Oysters inf t seasonGive imo a call if you buy once you will always buy 1NNNONOONN00000 r c c Bfa SPRINO 0 H Meyer was in Louisville last tyeekII JHB Moorman was in Louisville last wean to hear Joe Jefferson Thojprotracted meeting atit he Melh dist church closed Sunday night Miss Haqney Williams of California is hero visiting friends and relatives Mrs R E Yates of Leltchfield is here visiting her brother Jas V ClarksonMr of Guston is hree trying to organize a camp of Modern IwereI Hugh Buckler last week I Dr Wlllla and son Finley of Vine Grove were here last week to assist Dr Strother in an operation- Mr and Mrs Tom Williams of Real S 658 General Cashin 1 X03 Interest r 1 i were Jh r4 ipi1inherp- arentst Sir AndMri JohnMeadtirk 1 1st week Henry who operated t 01 last week by Strother for internal hommprhords is doing nicely and will be out in n few Miss Lill Clarkson is having her rvisitors Miss Forrle Enrdln of Holts Bottom Miffi Sue Anderson of Owens boro and O T Skillmanof Cloverport Miss Sue Anderson of Owensboro who la the charming guest of lilies Clarkson is one of Owensboros most popular young and has quite an with our young people Uwisport Boy Insane Pate Banks a young twenty years old tried at Lewisport Fri day and to be of nnsoud mind Hewae ordered to be sent to the asylum at Hopkinsville His has been failing three yearse NOTICE TO r I f TAXiI I am going to collect taxes and 1t I will give you a chance to save I I the penalty so please make it a iI point to call and settle without 1 delayII I Can be found at Hardware i Store of Conrad Payne Co I F p PAYNEB C islSNtiMIfliltitl tllNN lHN fN ANtINNN li i IIM II Be SatisfiedFor Once 88 02 Bank and Duo 26- I was Dr days for ladies made man was found mind for I S Most has more or less trouble with FLOUR and it is because do net get tho right kind Then dont stop buying poor FLOUR and get tho best and be satisfied lOur Golden Crown and Farmers Choice Flour are unconditionally guaranteed to give satisfaction Absolutely Pure STAR ROLLER MILLS CLOVERPORT KY wP+ wUwwwwrww N II W u STATEMENT OF THE i Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co 3 AT THE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 26 1903 RESOURCES Estate H Expenses 1 1 78352 Notes Account Securedy1G 1715 S021 WeefPvfjtt Bowman a impression 1 everybody generally they why l they 1 Always Reliable 1 INCORPORATED CLOSE LIABILITIES Capital Stock It4id In 3540 09 y Notes 1000 00 Undivided Profits to 8 1 SO H 1 4621 State ofentucky l SetCountyJ panIncorporatedthe close of business October 26 lOOj to the best of my knowledge and belie- fMARION WEATHERHOLT Secretary and Treasurer Cloverport Real Estate and Improyement Co Inc Suliscnliod and sworn to before me by Marion Weiithcrholt Becy and Treus Cloverport Rent Estate and Improvement Co a Inc BCMyNOTEThis Company was Incorporated August 20th 1WJ3 and has been doing business exactly two month und shows not r restdoncoown their own homo will do well by consulting this company before buying elsewhere a t Jc 4 IIitl i 7 Advice to the Al it t1ekiagrl 1a iIvg Aewety laeyt awlb1a0 itis Pills J have theaeorganslaUto frform their natural functions as le1HtlJ and IMPARTING VIGOR I LIVERTLeyt The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1003 John Allen Murray was In Cannel ton Thursday J J Wheeler of Rome Ind was it in town Friday on business Miss Roberta McGavock has return ed from a visit in the South Jesse Owen was at home from the f South several days last week Ira DeHaven of Eddyville was here several days last week visiting relatives Beaton R Cooper have shipped five car loads of ties to the Gra y Tie Cu of Evansville Wave Roff is in Owensboro where he has a position with the Cox print ing company f Miss Grace Agnew spent several days last week with relatives near t JStephenspprt 1i Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Margaret have returned from a visit in Louisville John Jones of ASkins was in the city last week the guest of his niece ij Mrs John Bishop J MrsA H Murray and song Harold arrived in the city Thursday from 1I Huntington W Va 1 Jas Morton of Askins was in the k f guestf Mrs B F Rawlings who has been the guest of Mrs UD eadofj Oweasboro has returned home I Robt Hix of Owensboro who has been tile guest of his uncle C W Fletcher returned home Friday tf Mrs Marion Weatherhult and i Master Forrest Dryden have returned from a visit to Mrs Chas Colvin of l Louisville Mrs H G Wills went to Louisville V Saturday to atte td the LougDurett r4 wedding which takes place toclj I Miss Dnrott is her cousin i J P Benliam and son Shirley df Leaven worth Ind were here last Wednesday and Thursday the guests of Mr and Mrs A Barry wnile en i route to Cannelton on their boat JosephineThe crusher that has been Operating on the Hardinsburg and cloverport turnpiKe has completed its work and has ben put in winter quarters near Dr R L Newsouis office Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con l sumptionU Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive So and 100 years ago Salt pork is good ifa man can stomach it The idea I behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs r Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is something r about the combination- of codiliver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special t action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture la the form of a label lion the of every bottle of EmulsIon you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y soc and fij all druggists t r l rT JO lit CJS I ier FMshlopabimihi Clpverporti t no Jndlti MIltj iraVie Jackson left yesterday for a shorfc visit with friends at Bockrale WH81herebusinessMrs Mullen has returned from n visit to relatives at Marshal Texas While there she was visited by ason from Shawnee Okla Miss Stella Mullen Is still visiting in Marshall A Mistaken Idea First LadyHow have yon been feeling lately I do not see you out muchSecond LndyMy health is very poor and have tried all the doctors and remedies that 1 have heard of and have no benefit hut grow worse First LadyWhy not try the osteo path He has helped me more than all the medicine I have ever taken Second LadyOh rubbing may be all right for some things but it would not help me any First LadyMy doctor aoes not rub but his treatments are more like the motions I saw the surgeons use in setting dislocated bones when I was in the hospital In fact it Is a surgIc- al operation in which thl bones mus cles and other structures are manipulated in such a manner as to reliere nerve tension and equalize blood cir ablation until it is sure to do any one good Youve no idea how much bet ter it makes you feel Dr Mi tohel Miller has removed his office from the Duncan House to Mr F T Heysers new residence on High street where he may be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays instead of Wednesdays and Saturdays as hereto fore Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar IIK used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Conch Remedy and giveitmaking it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Md In speaking of this remedy says 1 have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and tan truthfully bay it is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after elffect For sale by Short S Haynes BEWLEYVILLE Several of our young men came home to vote Miss Mary Payne is visiting friends at Webster Ky Jas Witt has sncceede d W F Paul as blacksmith at Eewleyville Fletcher Blanford who has been en gaged at Athertonville Ky has re turned home Mr and Mrs E A Smith and Mrs Ed Smith spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Geo Paul We regret to learn that Mis Ernes tine Drury of Louisville is still Ina critical condition W L Paul and family have gone to St Louis Mo whore tney will make their future home The Juvenile Missionary Society will meet with their lady manager Saturday for a pleasaut day Miss Alma Orendorf and Mrs Uuln Weatherfonl who have been visiting Mrs Tho3 Paynehnve returned home Mr and Mrs C H Drury accom panted by their visitor Mrs Darling spent Sunday with Mrs Edgar Bennett Murray Blanford Misses Inn McCoy and Beavie Cain attended the Tenth ers association at Webster last Saturday Dr WA Walker returned Saturday to his home Iin Hartiineburg alter three days work in his profession hereOn Sunday Nov tjMr and Mrs T J Jolly entertained a number of tneir near relativesthe occasion being in honor of Mrs Jollys birthday Golden Rod Panama is Recognized The United States Has recognized the new republic of Panama which has thrown oil the yoke of its Colombian pppressors The foreign owners seem pleased with the action of the United States It is believed that the new re public will aid the United States in building the Panama canal American warships are protecting foreign and American interests at Panama and 7000 Colombian troops are reported to be marching on Colon a cty of the new republic in spite of tie interfer ence of the United States At L II St L Shops Engine No U the L H St L engine used for switching in the roads yards at Owensboro IR at tne shops in this city hnvingsome needed tepairs made on her boiler and oyhn dens No8 is installed in her place at OwensboroPrivate No 100 is at the shops for needed repairs + r I rTISREMEDY la sure to GIV- ESatlefaotion Elys Cream Balm Gives Relief at once ItelelinspslIOOlhes and heals thu diseased mmltrnne It CATARRH euros driers away rrCold and HAY FEVER In the Ilvud quickly Jt U ybsi rUdI llculs tlioSemesI litDruirKltsmallELYIRVINGTON Louis Jolly has gene to attend Howling Green college Rev Graves filled his appointment at Fisherville on last Sunday Miss Etta English has returned to her home near Stephensport Willie Biggs of Henderson is here spending a weeks vacation The three religious services held on last Sunday was largely attended Richard Wathen Jr was here last week calling on his young friends Ferd McGhee is home from the Infirmary much improved in health Tame Bolden has purchased a cot tage of J T Lewis on Maple street Mr Smith and familyof Louisville have been the company of Mrs Red manTom Smith was Here the guest of his brother James Smith for n short visit Mrs Sam Wrather of Ekron came here Sunday to attend religious ser vices T T Martin ther evangelist will continue his meetings throughout tne week fMrs Bartlett and Mlas Calhoun of Owensboro are with Mrs Graves for a visitMiss Lillie Scott and Rev Dan Shacblett are here attending revival servicesThomas Ditto nnd family were here Sunday and remained the guests of the McGheesPoint Galloway has accepted a posi tion with the telephone co at Bar dinsbnrg Harry Bell and wife Misses Eva Carrigan and Ula Rooertsonof Gnson spent Sunday here Will Fnllenwider who has been the gnpst of his sister Mrs Bramlett has returned to West Point Mr and Mrs Harvey English of Stephensport are expected here Tues tiny to hea Kev T T Martin Mr Alexander who went home to vote will return soon and resume his wont at the First National Bank- Ed Bryant is in Brandtmonrg for a two weeks stay anti Dale Smith has charge of the work in his absence Mr and Mrs Brown Helm of Stephensport are here attending the meeting and visiting Mrs Washing ton Mrs Mack Avitt and daughter Mary left Monday for their home in Trinidad Col after a two months stay here =Mrs Balden lost a plain gold ring on the way from her home to the telephone exchange on Tuesday Oct 3 nnd offers a liberal reward to any one finding same and returning it T S S Convention Program The following is the program for the Sundayschwl convention of the HirdinBbnrg district to be hold at Garfield Saturday Nov 14 1003 11 a in Devotional exercises con ducted by D R M Smith 1115 Reports from Schools 1130 Some Bad Joints in Sunday t 11 SHORTEST LINEFASTEST TIME TO CALIFORNIA VIA UNION PACIFIC EVERY DAY Until November 30th Colonist Rates to all principal points In California from Missouri River Terminals Coun cil Bluffs to Kansas City Inclu- sive25s00 From Chicago and St Louis pro portionately low rates are in effect by lines connecting with the UNION PACIFICTHREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY Tourist Sleepers a Specialty Fur full Information call on or address W Ii CONNOR Q A 33 East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio t 1 choor 81 1 Taylor Appointment of committees- Noon 1 p m Devotional RecE 8I1 15 Why have Sunday an Sunday school AesocfattonsRev- Edwtud Graves 145 Sunday school weeK rind Decis slop DapW J Plggolt 205 Making steam and using It Prof H K Taylor 235 A word about the Homo Depart ment and Cradle RoUT J Tolly 25The Duty ofthe Pastor of the Snnday School as seen by Pastors Led by pastor of Baptist church of Garfield 325 A few announcements and reports from any schools not yet reported Report of committee Minutes of meeting Adjournment All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 cts SoldI by druggists or mailed by Ely 50 Warran St N Y New Orleans Sept 1 1900 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Delachaiso St New Orleans he has uses the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory refnlts Goo W McDaff Pharmacist t WantS7Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent u word per week h hC =FOR SALE Cor SnleA Rood spring wagonT IJ rsQUIKEt ka WANTED IIOAIIDEH WntedI have n large plensunt room for furnishroomVANTEDMEN wAXTEHSOO men to smoke Standard IT Cub Cigars For sale at till cigar stands Strictly union made goods poll SALE FORunt SALEIatlun brick CIIAS HomEii FOR BALK Fon ALFIFarm of SW acres four miles IIIItSprlnIn good repair good barn crib etc cues In ItllOd repair good cistern ullrllll hIlt sprng goou stock water Also pat eat orp of corn tobacco etc sonic stock nod farming Imple ments Tor further Information apply to II It Witt Hewloyvlllo Ky ur Hubert E Woods Louisville Ky volt SALE 30 head Shorthorn and Polled Durham cown and heifers To reduce my herd will suit any of i lx vu cattle very low They are all first class animals 1xlsn Ihave fur salt 4 deep red1 young Polled Durham hulls It mouths old weight I0001latprl a 5o L Green palls of Hough Ky MONEY TO LOAN I IKC Insurance IollrlMtNiiiKlit for rush or loaned on nt low rates Call on nr write toJNO IP IIASWELL 111 Attorney at law Hardlnsburg Ky Iron SALE HINTINO Presses and Cutting machines 1 and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and CJasollne Engines JIAKTIN GABLE SIC 3rd Street Louisville IC- yBerkshire and BtPt Rocks FOR SALE Lantr Rncllsh Berkshire Hogs and Ilnrrrd Plymouth Hook Chickens lien Holt W74 430 ant us a yuurlbng lit head ot berth Kites In scnson Also Choice White Seed Corn JOHN 1 FOSTER No Creek Ohio Co Ky- Bnttbrlck PatternsJ D Babbage reet o eiete waatNevese so Ii MAGAZINES1 v iForless than iiHalf Price i iiIIhllk BACK NUMBERS Cat 1 for cIllroailwiiy MiiKiizInu 10 Story tacSleClu-nw tc ILadles MomeTouriml tc I 4cilaruersilaztiroutlookI 4c Designer 4c u sis Hopkins tc wIrankMieursons= Dellniutor EvorylKxlys 4cII III aboveIMail Orders will Filed I if Postage is Sent 0 n fi JNO D BABBAGE i l iKliitNeNe1NfNe1 f WeHve a Nice Line of 0 n I Winter I UnderwearI i SHOESI 11We have them for young and 11old and are of the very best Iii brands Z i J C NOLTE BRO iI IASONIC TE1tPl- ECLOVERPORT i KY 1NNNNN N NN N NN NNNNNN N V1 Our Repair Shop Repairhepartllleutywith uptodute tools und niachiiiery and a stock of ma terial and repairs that a city shop need not be inhumed on A pretty broad assertion but it is u 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 t know how or not prepared for it or dlon t care IIdOIl We GuaranteeI First Class Work rLewis R BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURQ t KY N rINof Bread Cake Pastry on your table that is unquestionable pure by using Cadicks Gold Dust Flourf- or the baking Free from adultura tion male from the choice of LONGBERRY RED WHEAT Only pure articles can he made from decks Gold Dust Flour Your grocer sells it Codick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND 10 0 001N0114111 1 111 ON 100011 N1 1 001 ii TO AN UNKNOWN FRIEND iii e St Charles Mo 115 03 11Dear Sir are indebted to some kind unknown friend for yearsiI i i subscription to your excellent paper It is welcome visitor us it furnishes news from both Monde and Breckenridge and our relatives und friends are numerous in each The unknown friend will plcnso accept our thanks- RespectfullyiI R M Hardaway 2- 00011111N1NN ON 4 1NN N0N0 I5he Leopards Spots 50 Cents h il Jno D Bbbge IICLOVERPORT KY IVtA i 1 h n and C 0 a a j = A recent purchase enables us to place this book on sale at 50c regular price Sum The book is crowning tho head of its author Thomas Dixon Jr with fame The Leopards Spots is a ronianoo of tho white mans burden from 1H05 to 1900 It gives an insight into the life that was endurcd by the people of the South after the close of the civil war Everybody should read it u u Mail Orders Filled if Postage is Sent w1tN MrYYW y y L U J iri IS 1 iiSiaiRDAT NOVIMBKR IL IVOS 4 1111 11 t t 1111111111111 it+d i Oklahoma dAs Seen by a Hancock County ++ t t t t t t t In a recent issue of tne News I spoKe of my trip to Oklahoma and promised to give another article and tell ot eomo of the advantages of i this part of the country f It will be remembered that this part of Oklahoma was cut off the Indian reservation some ten years ago by Un ole Sam and was given away in tracts of ICO acres or a quarter section and each tract was raced for and given to the lucky one who might be first I to set a flag on the piece of his choice whether they be male or female The f majority of these lucky ones after the race found themselves with a farm and nothing with which to operate or even make the least needed Improvements and this of itself was a great barrier in the way of progress and has not yet been entirely over come bo I will first speak of some of the disadvantages tbe farmer must labor under and toll of the city life later on i In this article I shall confine myself strictly to Noble county as this is the only county that I went over suffi ciently to describe While I passed through many others I did not stop to prospect yet I learn there are coun ties in Oklahoma that are more de sirable than Noble In my judgment the land is destined to become impoverished and it is a question of only a few years when it will be so if the present mode of farming is kept op The land ia a red sandstone soil and bign rolling prairie which makes It one of the worst dronth resisting soils we have This coupled with the hot wind that prevails in the months of July and August makes it impossible to raise many crops that grow well further east Indian corn for Instance cannot be grown to profit except along the water courses and then the yield is comparatively light Red clover timothy red top and blue grass which is o common in Kenli Kyhave no part nor lot on the land of an Okla homa Inrmer and never will as they cannot withstand the hot suns of the first summer after sowing With these prevailing hinderances the average farmer is compelled to grow wheat and oats year after year f or possibly here and there you find a man with a few acres of cotton So with the eye of an uptodate farmer of the central states it is not a nard matter to see an impoverished soil and that before many years Some of tho best farmers there have grown alfalfa to success and some few have even grown the noja bean and the cow pea out this is oy no means common Wheat in Oklahoma Is like king cot ton in the south The people rely on it as their only money crop While out in the fields on u Noble county farm I stood still in my tracks and a bout the city In Perry wages are wMi I oo ttm1gotta a ul t to JM Whiwi nosily averages about twelve or tttteeo bushels an aura and sold tail year at 55c IB the month ot JulyTle quality of tbe Oklahoma wheat ia good and ranch of It is used for export purposes A mill In the city of Perry not only exports wheat direct to Liverpool but grinds a great deal of It Into flour which is sold under contract to parties in Liverpool and London and never through the hands of a middle man But tnis will suffice along this line lest I worry your patience The nut great disadvantage I would mention is the scarcity of timber Fence posts black jacksell for 18 and 20c and will not measure more than 5 ft 6 in in length and are not larger than a common fence rail I saw a gentleman who hauled a load of such posts a distance of eighteen miles and paid that price Wood for fuel Is haul ed from five to twentyfive miles The blacK locust is being planted ex tensively by a few farmers which in the course of a few years will aid greatly in the way of fencing Coal may be had at any of the railway stations at f8 a ton which is about 35 cents a busnel The last disadvantage I would men tion but not least is the high rate of interest the farmers have to pay A gentleman told me he could lend all the money he could get at 18 per cent on cbattle surety though I think the banks lend it for some less yet 12 per cent Is counted a very low rate This coupled with the low price of wheat makes toe farmer have more than one hard row to hoe Yet wltn all these difficulties many of the early settlers have pulled through and are today In a good and prosperous condition while others nave been unfortunate made miserable failures and long since returned to the land from whence they came 5ome Advantages The land being high rolling prairie as I have stated witn plenty of pure water which may be had from wellj the mild climate and moderately warm winters make this one of the most healthful places in the west I saw but one graveyard while there and some one said they had to shoot a man to start that Though I cannot vouch for the truth of this statement yet I can say the people look strong robust and in the best of health So as health Is to be praised above all things else the people of Oklahoma surely have a boon in that And again I think it la one of the best locations for fruit in my knowl edge Apples pears peaches plums cherries and prunes All grow to per fection here and seldom ever fall Strawberries and other small fruits can be equally well grown as the peach or plum and the Inviting fields only wait development by a skillful hand And everyone who may engage in fruit growing should be careful to buy their stock from a reliable nurseryman At to the City Now I shall say only a few words I a1Author ofliTHE STROLLERS Our Next Serial Story f A very dainty and charming romance of American actor life in the period of the Mexican war PHILADELPHIA RECORD It makes one imitate Oliver Twist and ask for more There is something very delightful as well as novel in the adventures of the wandering Thespians BROOKLYN EAGLE The Strollers Will Be Our Next Serial Story 4- y x KIDNEYand Backache All diseases bladder Urlnar Also Rkenma aCJ1e Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you IIf necessary write Dr 1onuo lie has spout a Ufa time curing Just such cases asyours All consultations Free I suffered a long time with what the doctors claimed was lumbago Was down in bed unable to move without great pain Two bottles of Dr Farmers Kidney and Backache Cure completely cured me and I have had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumatism FRED BRANDT Dyer Muncie Ind Druggists roc Ii Ask fur COOk DoolcFns = I or Sale By Short Hayncs good and work plentiful If a man dont want to work it ia best for him not to ask for a job Carpenters get f2 to 3a day masons and plasterers from fa to 4and common labor is worth 125 to 160 a day Any young man of strong body who Is willing to work can do well in any of those towns The best of board may be had at 300 to 4 a week These are the ad vantages and on tbe other hand the disadvantages are many but if a boy will keep out of the saloons and out of bad company I see no reason why he may not do well In Oklahoma C P Polk Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Scald Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deep seated KId- ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific 1f yon have agonizing paint In back swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia 6f the bladder burning sensation or dim culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges- of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brigbts disease dIsagreeable odd of the urine scanty and higi colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speed ftc Soon nil the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches In the back dis appear Tbe burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste 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 FlsherCloverort Ky Made 180 Barrels Pulp Besides packing about 180000 cans of tomatoes and a few apples the Polk tackini companys branch factory here manufactured 180 barrels of to mato pulp this year This pulp wll be either shipped to the companys main factory at Greenwood Ind tube refined or it will be sold in Its present state to outside parties who will put It through this process after It Is refitted it will be called tomato catsup and will oe ready for table use JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Liter Pills When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste in the mouth When your liver Is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite oltanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by Short Haynea Earthquake Felt Here The earthquake which visited the central part of the United States last Wednesday afternoon between 1 and 1 30 oclock was felt in this city by a number of people The shock was very slight and lasted several seconds- It was not perceptible at all to many Glassware was rattled and furniture slightly shaken and no damage done The shock was felt here about 115 It was also felt in Louisville St Louis Evansville Memphis Owens boro and many other points in the Middle States Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold Lnxiitlvo Ilrotno Quinine Tablets euro a cold In ono day No euro No pay Irlcu S3c Wrist and Eye Hurt Will Pine while working at the Cloverport Machine Foundry com panys plant last Wednesday afternoon was very painfully hurt He was striking a drift pin with a hammer when it bursted One piece of the flying steel struck his left eye and another entered his left wrist The injury to his eye was painful but is not serious His wrist IB paining him very much His arm Is stunned and he thinks that the steel struck and deadened the nerve I t ifitto Farmers The goat naera0 Tobinnport lad have ordered me to Invite eifJ farmer and oil fDllly to attend the Fanner Institute at Tobiasport Dec 4 and 6 J H Gwattney Indianas greates hog man will in his pleasing and practical way lecture at each session on the breading feeding and market ing of bogs an as tt live well and n y the same time improve and beautif the farm and also add to the ban- credit every year A 0 Lockridge of Ureencastle the one man of Indi ana who makes money every year raising and feeding beef cattle will give a lecture at each session The vest talent of Perry county lad and Breckenridge county Ky have prom lead to present the salient points of their success on this occasion We hope to see many of our good farmer friends at the Institute Remeinbe the place and date Tobinsport Dec 4 and 5 J J Wheeler Rome Ind Chairman Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness Is responsible for many i railway wreck and the same cause arts making human wrecks of suffers 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 oared and hopeless resignation Is no longer necessary Mrs Loll Cragg o Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery This great remedy Is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short HInes Druggists Price SOc end 100 Trial bottles free CJAATOPT Ian thi- sillgastsre of Nan lltwtis Boughtt lWill Have An Agent The work of labeling the canned goods and boxing it for shipment qt the Polk Packing companys factory in this cIty in being pushed as rapid ly as possible by Manager Whlteneck The packing of the geode has been delayed some by lack of box timber The cannery will shut down for the winter as soon as the canned goods iIs all snipped but will have a representative here to look after their Interests until the cunning season next year The office will be made into two rooms which the agent will occupy He has not been selected yet by the company For sick headache try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward off the attack if taicen in time For sale by Short Haynes Beckham Congratulated Frankfrt Ky Nov 4Gov Beckham returned to the capital this morning and was at his desk in tht executive department He is being showered with congratulations on his splendid victory at the polls On his desk he found a big bunch of tele grams of congratulations sent from friends and admirers all over the country Quinn Adams to Marry Tho Madisonville papers tills week announce the approaching marriage early in January of Miss Grace Tinder of that city to Mr W Q Adams Miss Tinder is the daughter of Mr A Tinder a wealthy tobacconist of Madisonville Mr Adams is well known in Hancock county being a native of Hawesville and Is now owner and publisher of the Owensboro Inquirer and Is a highly popular young man The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep live Many sudden pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy ire the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance blood will attack vital organs or kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis covery and a book that byItheart often th- ekidneypoisoned the the remedyIt tells all about it both Home of SwampRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer ic Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampIfoot Dr Klllmers Swamp Hoot and tho address Binghamton N Y on every bottle o 1It1i ka = 1 i r FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS tItsnot sentimentthat roakth twit uKtsffel riots itoot Winchester Factory Loaded ships Its the re f sults they give Its their entire reliability even lWmcuterI S Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder WinchesterkRepeater shells loaded with smokeless powder arc cheap in price but not in quality Winchester r New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youllbe well pleased They arc THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOTt AMERICAS BESTEditorially Fearless RepublicanaNews from all of the World Nell I written original storiesAnswers to queriesArticles on Health the Home New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean Pressfthe only Western Newspaper receiving the entire telegraphic news service of the New York Sun and special cable of the New York World daily reports from over 2000 special correspondents throughout the country YEAR ONE DOLLAR Subscribe for Breckertrldfe New and The Weekly Inter Ocean one Year both paper for 160 Bert Beavin is painting Ferd Owens new residence at Jolly Sta tion Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSnURO KY will practice his profession In all of the Courts or rec and adjoInIng coun lies Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Omce over Bank at IJnrdlnsburz First i ClassMEATS MEATSFor Occasions I Fred May City Meat Market CLOVE RPCRT KY tNNNssmaN s Nusu 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 Mis souri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars and for single trip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars W t 10 T ONEWAY RATES Every day from September 15th to November joth inclusive the Union Pacific will selloneway tickets from Missouri River Terminals Bluffs to Kansas City CouncilII follows 2000 to Ogden and Salt Lake City 2000 to Helena and Butte Montana 2250 to Spokane and 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i J LMOORMAN DENTIST 1i i Office over Oelios Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dent Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND ROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guarantied Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLI EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING RELIABILITY OF FAIJIIIC J H HunscheWith Casper Mayj Co Cannelton In Cloverport Planing Mi GREGORY Co CO Prop LUMBERDOORS JDOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREEN SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC i 1i 11 rj w p uc r 7 t w r rT rvv i tI- d 1 r e Breckenridge ewsj iWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1003 EJPT MONDAY tEXT JANUARYy ty IThe New Council will stave First I Meeting and Take Charge to of Citys Affairs on1m u POLICYaa I y laThenewly elected city council com epoled of J M Fitch J EL Brown J W Pate H G Yeager 0 S Lamb ISand S H McCrnokenwIll take charge n1ofthe citys affairs next January anl will have its first meeting on Monday Jan 4 with Mayor L T Reid presid lug After the members are sworn into reooffice and some routine business the selections of the appointive city offl eswill be made There are sever al applicants for these offices which uy are marshal tax colleo or clerk n reaurer assessor and lamplighter All r byjiee dose applicants who they think will i give the best service d There are only two elective city offi tiers besides tnat of councilman and they are mayor and police judge Mayor Reids term will expire in 1005 e IIand also that of Police Judge H1- r Wills who is serving out the unexpir = ed term of Judge F N DeHoy re signed In 1005 a full city ticket will be in the field The present appointive = city officers were elected two years withr= The policy cf the new council is = l indicated by the name of their ticket tttheProgressive It is their intention = to see that the city secures all neces = rtitisary municipal improvements within I v reach of Its finances and to invite new t a r industries to locate here and give them = all the aid possible Thu citys finances at present are running very low but when the city = taxes are collected this month and the = municipal officials are paid it is ex l Xjeoted tnat there will be a balance on ssti hand for the city dads to begin = JI t business with tit You Know What You Are Takings When you take Grove Tasteless Chill Ton = ic because tho formula Is plainly printed on every bottlo showing Unit It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form o cure SW pay Price 500 I Ih = rlirunerGrabb1 Mr Rufus Bruner of Mattoon 111 Ie a son of Frank Bruner of Custer s iiwill be married on November 18 to st TheyrII will reside near Mattoon I Democrats on the Weather Local Democrats are very jubilant over the result of the county and state elections There was no jollification rally but it was their favorite topic iot conversation last wee and the small boys celebrated Tuesday and Wednesday nights by firing off a can non for several hours The Democrats had fun attributing certain phases of the weather to their victory and the defeat of the Republi cans The hard rain on the night of the election was Republican tears said one Democrat and the dense fog last Wednesday night was Republican earthI caused by the celebrations of the Democrats An English Author Wrote No Hhade no shine no fruit no flowers no leaves Nbvernoer I Many Americans wonld add no free dom no catarrh which is eo aggravated during this month that it becomes constantly troublesome There is abun dant prof that catarrh is a constitu tional disease It is related to scrofula and consumption being one of the wasting diseases Hoods SarsaparilN has shown that what is capaole of eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh ana taken in time prevents consumption We cannot see how nay sufferer can put off taking this medi nine in view of the widely published record of its radical and permanent cnres It Is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Medicine for Americas Greatest DiseaseCatarrh- Nulton Gets Life Sentence Cannelton Ind Nov 5W Nal Ion was given a life sentence tonight by the jury for the murder of King He broke down during the trial and cried out You are swearing my life away Nanlton is a cripple C1lagTORI1L IBean the I Signature of 1ha Klod Yon nave iJwals DgugrlII I IMaking Rapid Progress I Reports from the World H Fair grounds at St Louis are most en couraging as to the progress being made on the Kentucky State Building The contractors announces that it is sixty per cent completed It is entire ly under roof and plastering has be gun Indications now point to its completion about Christmas It will be turned over to the directors of the Kentucky Exhibit Association between the New Year and Feo 1 when active preparations for furnishing this New Kentucky Home will begin At the meeting of the Directors of the Asso ciation an additional appropriation of 500 for four hundred extra electric lights making in all about MX hun dred was voted This will easily make the Kentucky Building one of the most brilliantly Illuminated on the ground The Owensboro Market- At Owensboro the American Conti ental Imperial and Gallaber tobacco inpanle4 say that they will not open their doors nor employ a hand to handle tobacco until December 1- At the auction house several loads have been sold The first belouged- to Harvey Estes of Hancock county and brought 15 3 and t2 Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful whenyonth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings NewILlfe Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and Irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25o at Short Haynes Drug Store Jas Browns Brother Killed Luckett Brown the brakesman who was killed election day in a wreck on the L dt N near Shepherdsville was a brother ot Jas Brown of Louisville the wellknown engineer on the Hen derson Route Will Drown the engineer was killed and Engineer Farras and Brakeman Riley were injured The wreck was the result of a collision be twpen A north bound freight and a southbound train in a dense fog FROM SOUTII AFRICA New Way of Using Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Artnur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says II As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is H cure suitable for old and young pen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old it had a very bad cough and the parents did not know what to gire it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby way sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about n quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes Trouble at English Kitchen Will Allen and Thomas Etherton en gagedlln H fight at the Englisa Kitch en on election day and had to be put out bv force by Ben Noble one of the proprietors Noble in rejecting Allen from the building hit him over the head with a potato masher and in fUeLed n bad wound No arrests wore made Cupola Recieved A big cupola for use at the Clover port Machine Foundry companys foundry was received at tho plant last week It was bought from Mrs Clark of Cannelton The cupola will be set up sometime this month when the foundry will begin operations The machine ShOp IS having a steady run and continues to do a good business What WALTHERS PEPTONIZEDPORT is and does It is simply a good honest common sense food tonica combination of rich Port Wine and Pure Pepsin nothing else It is not a cureall or a 1medicine for acute or chronic diseases It does not take the place of the doctor It does strengthen weak diges tive organs tones and builds up the impaired impoverished nerves mus cles and blood and promotes a perfect condition of vigorous health It is a valuable remedy for dyspepsia indiges tion and stomach troubles generally for weakened vitality and impaired strength It is a preparation of great worth for nursing mothers tired women old folks invalids and conva lescents It is highly recommended by physicians and prescribed by them both its constituents being of long demonstratedworth Two sizes 50 cts and 100 For Sale By A R FISHER Cloverport Ky Goy Becknam Is Deeply Gratified Over Result It is a great victory for the Ken tuck Democracy and it shows more than anything else that our party is onne more united ana prepared for even greater victories in the future I am deeply gratified over the result and especially over the splendid ma jority given our ticket The size of the majority is very sigiificant and should teach the Republican party in Kentucky a valuable lesson It ought to show them that no party shall ever have a respectful bearing In Kentucky which seeks to win by slandering the fair name of the State and maligning Us great and good people It demonstrates to them that the campaign of slander is a Icsing one and that the power of the hired blackguard and the newspaper libeler is no longer to be tolerated in a political contest in this state If they want their party to ever again become a factor in the affairs of the State they must change their policies come before the people in de cency and good order without the stain of blood upon their garments and without the aid of tho professional slanderer A party of intelligent and discreet opposition is a good thing in any State and does much good in holding the dominant party to a strict and honorable account of its public service The Democratic party desires and invites such opposition and criti cism It is not afraid at any time to go before the people upon a fair and honest Investigation of Its record Such a campaign we have just made and the people have indorsed In un mistakable terms our methods and the conduct of the States affairs by the Democratic administration Our tick et is deeply grateful to the people of Kentucky for their magnificent Idorse ment and we shall endeavor to show our gratitude by administering the States affairs upon broad and liberal policies doing anything in our power to render a satisfactory account of our public service and aiding In building up and developing our great commonwealthThis moans that in the great national contest next year Kentucky shall not be in the doubtful list of States but joining hands with the re united National Democracy shall aid in the election of a Democratic Presi dontUov J C W Beckham to CourierJournal CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought nBears the- Signature of Influence of Youths Companion The gospel of good cheer brightens every page of The Youths Companion Although the paper is nearly seventy seven years of age it doe not look back on the past as a better period than the present The Companion believes that the time most full of promise is tho time we are living in and every weekly issue reflects this spirit of looking forward andnot buck To more than half a million Amen can families it carries every week its message of cheer Itt stories picture the true characteristics of the young men and women of America Its articles bring nearly three million read ers in touch with the best thought of the most famous of living men and womenAnnual Announcement Number fully describing the principal features of The Youths Companions new volume for 1004 will be sent to any address freeThe new subscriber for 1101 will receive all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1103 free from the time of subscription also The Companion Calendar for 1004 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION M4 Berkeley Street Boston Mass The Story of Illnliop Hntto rlshop Hatto was a wicked prelate who lived In 070 on the bucks of till Rhine where he owned a tower which Is at tho present day pointed out to travelers as the Mouse tower Here are stored large quantities of grain A fam ine ensued and the bishop Invited the people to his granaries As soon as they were there he set tire to the building and burned up tho people The next morning time souls of the ucad appeared as an army of rats and not only de stroyed everything belonging to tho bishop but finished by making a meal of Ills person Agreed on One Point But I am so unworthy darling he murmured as he held the dear girls hand In his Oh George she sighed If you and papa agreed on every other point as you do on that how happy wo could belI Snperstltloui What Did you let the examinations go by again Carl Ill tell you father On tho way to the college I met an old woman and then I turned back again Fllescade Blatter ilo Never JIlT DONT allow a cold NEGLECT to settle YOUR COLDi i Jway la grippe catarrh bronchitis consumption begin Keep it moving with a jIg dose of DR THAGHERS LIVER AND PoRUPfTho Road to Follow this with regular doses until your system is relaxed and the congestion removed It will not only cure your cold but will build up your general health as nothing else can recentlettertontcforfor several weeks but by taking your medicine dry form I 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brooding over the strange history of their country Ceur that Kingston the present capital a city of 70000 Inhabitants will shore the fate of Its predecessors The first capital was Sevilla Nuev New Seville otherwise called Sevlll dOro the Golden Seville on account of Its marvelous wealth It was fount ed by Don Juan dEsqulvel and Diego a son of Christopher Columbus In a few years It became the greatest Span Ish city In tho new world Thlthc flocked the blue blooded but impecuu ous nobles of Castile eager to rebull their family fortunes at tho expense or the poor Arawak Cathedrals palaces and monasteries rivaling thoso of Spain In splendor were erected The marble streets were crowded with gayly clad courtiers and Indian slaves who tolled for them nn brought them tribute from mine am jungleThen In a night the city vanished and no one can tell today what happened to It No survivors and no rec ords were left behind to tell the tale Today one can see burled In tropical jungle a wile of marble pavement and a few broken columns and arches Nothing else remains of the Golden Seville once so prosperous and splen dill except a few contradictory na 1 I Ithetraditions These traditions variously ascribe the destruction of the city and Its Inhabitants to a mutiny ot the oppressed Indians an earthquake n sudden visitation of millions of red nuts and an attack by French hue cancers The very memory of what wns once the greatest city or the new world has almost perished Even In Jamaica few people know anything about the Golden Seville The Spaniards made Saint Jago dc la Vega now called Spanish Town their second cnpltal Time and again It was devastated by hurricane and plague harassed by Indian revolts or ransacked by adventurous picaroons Gradu ally It snnk from Its high estate until now It Is merelyI a squalid village When the English conquered the Is land they made Port Itoyal their real capital though Spanish Town remain ed for sonic time the olllclol scat of government The emporium of the In dint and the Spanish mall the market for the HI gotten gains of 10000 hue cwiircrs Port Itoynl soon became the richest and wickedest city of the new world At tho height of Its splendor told Its vice It wns destroyed within time space of two minutes by an earth quakeThe ground opening In Several Places at once wrote an eyewitness in IWEI a fins days after the catastro plo swallowed up Multitudes of Peo ple together whole Streets sinking un dor water with Men Women and Chil I IdrollIn them mud those Houses which but Just now appeared the Fairest and Ixrttlest In these Parts and might vie with the Finest Buildings In the World were In a moment Sunk In the Earth and nothing to bo seen of them such Crying such Shrieking amid Mourning I never heard nor could anything In my Opinion appear more Terrible to the lye of Man Here n Company of People Swallowed up at once there a whole Strict tumbling down and In Another Place the Trembling Earth opening her Ravenous Jaws let In the Merciless Sea HO that this Town Is be come a Heap of Ilulns Several PlO pie were Swallowed up of the Earth when the Sea breaking In before the Earth could Close they were washed 010111 and Miraculously saved from t tUlll Colds II I had a terrible cold and could hardly breathe I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it gave me im 3 rmediatereliefw Layton Sidell III How cough be toni htyour prob ably For its first a cold flthen a cough then bron I j chitis or pneumonia and n at last consumption L Coughs always tend p downward Stop this downward tendency by v takingAyers Cherry Pec toral Three sites Me Sfc11 All droirlitt Ooniolt your doctor If ha tars take It Wen do as he solo Jt he Celli you not to take It then dont take It Ha knows LesT It with him We are willing J O AYEB CO Lowell Mut 1 Just a little too far and the woman WHO reaches over the cliff for the coveted flower goes crashing down into the abyss below Just a little too far and the woman who day by day neglects to cure the womanly diseases which weaken heris prostrated upon a bed of sickness No woman should ttriflesex Neglect today means a worse condition tomorrow Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of diseases peculiarly womanly It establishes regularity dries enfeebling drains heals Inflammation and ulceration ana cures female weakness My wife Mrs Mary Kites has been taking your medicine and received great benefit froi U wtftes Mr Geo Wm nAtes of springgrovt- ya Wn troubled with female weakness heavy bearingdown pains severe pain In baek and head and a tired wornout feeling alt the lime Tried aI the remedies we could hear ou but they did no good Finally we wrote to you snd my wife commenced taking Favorite Pre scription1 Took ten bottle and Is In better health than before In a long time We shall always recommend Dr Pierces Favorite fn scdption to all who are thus afflicted Favorite Prescription makes weal women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine whic works wonders for weak women The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 large pages in paper covers Is sent free on receipt of twenty one one cenl stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Perishing Others the Earth receive up to their Necks and then Close upon them and squeezed them to Death with their Heads above Ground many of which the Dogs Eat Multi tudes of People Floating up and down having no Burial The Burying Vinci at the Pallsadoes is quite Destroyed the Dead Bodies being washed out ot their Graves their Tombs beat to Pieces nUll they floating up and down it is sad to think how we have Suffered The Earth hath still tits of Shaking with very munch Thunder nnd Light nlng and dreadful Weather yet this had so little effect upon some Peopi here that the very same Night they were nt their Old Trade of Drinking nnd Swearing breaking up Warehouses Plllnglng and Stealing fron their Neighbors even while the Earthquake lusted and several of them were destroyed in the very Act and indeed this Place has been one of the Luilcs In the Christian World a sink of nil filthiness nail a mere Sodom Old Port Royal lies burled beneath the sea The present town of Port Royal a place of no Importance cxccpi is a coaling station was built after the earthquake n tire and a landslide having destroyed the fuss houses left standing Kingston was not founded until time early part of the eighteenth century liut It has already been thrice destroy trl by tire and several times ravaged jy hurricanes The InhAbitants nut arally wonder what catastrophe will happen next Many men have been capable of do- Ing a wise thing but very few a gen irous thlnp Pope A Good Name From personal experience I testify hat DeWitts Little Early Risers are nequalled as a liver pill They are ightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work with easeW T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are using hose tiny little pills in preference to- all others because they are so pleasant mad effectual They cure billiousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache onstlpntion etc They do not purge nd weaken but cleanse nnd strengthen Sold by All Drug Co The Mexican Ilonndarr Line The International boundary line between the United States and tho repub lie of Mexico Is marked by pyramIds ot stones placed nt Irregular distances along the line all th way from the tie Grande to the Pacific ocean tiber wer it wns found practicable to do so these pyramids were built on promI- nent peaks at road crossings fords etc The line was not surveyed as Is tie usual custom the location of the monuments being based on astronom Ical calculations and observations All II U KKK In One Dnmket Goodmnn Gonrong We dont git lothln at that house I asked the wo nan fur some cold vittles ncup of lawfcy some clothln au a place to deep In the barn nnTliy guru she saId- Ii was comln It n little too strong an she suet the door In my face TufToId Knut Thats wot ye git ye jlatnc fool fur puttln nil yer begs In one ask It Chicago Tribune ConnldcTUtf Have you ever done anything to make the world happier asked the solemn looking person with the un barbered hair Sure inswcrcd time Jolly mnnvrltt the double chin I was once Invited to sing In puillc and doclinpdlndlan ipolis SiMtlncl i j4 jt Plenty Dropped y FlyttiT I suppose thonrf- PplrUwi 1nb my to- lI ni In tIll stoehamulr ii t I FhtttllrThPfI ought taliP ithy I myself have1 droppnl ioiwilifablR of It tlPre Hoston Tniuscrjpt WORKING OFF A GROUCH The Operation of a Corloun Pba of lluninu Nature John was grouchy and cross and found fault with his dinner Ills wlte Surveyed him calmly I know there Is some reason tor youryourwhat shall I call It Well for your unhappy frame of mind Shl said Probably things have gon1 wrong at the olllco but why should you come home to work off your unger on me Im not to blame In the slightest Its a curious trait of human natui that when one hits been whipped be at once wants to turn around and whl somebody else I suppose that trait was loft out ot your nature remarked John Bureau tlcally No Indeed replied his wife Win things go wrong In the kitchen I nm rather Inclined to scold time children If you reprimand me for cxtravugunct my Impulse Is to fuss with time On person 1 meet If I have been Ollt calling and return home late to dlnne I feel very much Inclined to rate yo for coming home so early Ive watch ed this same trait yin the children When I scold Alice she always flud occasion to shake Maud on the sly I t you spank Jim he generally goes out and wakes faces at the little girl ncros the way It the children come horn from school saying teacher was nwfu cross today I Jump to the conclusion that the principal had been crltlclsln the teacher If you tell me Im not economical I know you have just suffered from a slump In the stock mar ket and I suppose after you and iI have had n little heated discussion you go down to the office and make things unpleasant for the clerks To be frank with you Mary sail John I do not often find you guilty of working off a grouch on me Tell me what you do Instead Mary smiled demurely I wait until you go out of the house then I run for my room lock the door throw myself on the couch burrow my head in the pillow and have a good cry New York Press HEALTHS DECALOGUE 1 Rise early retire early and fill your day with work 2 Water and bread maintain life pure air and sunshine are Indispen sable to health 3 Frugality and sobriety form the best elixir of longevity i Cleanliness prevents rust the best cared for machines last the longest 5 Enough sleep repairs waste and strengthens too much sleep softens and enfeebles 01o be sensibly dressed Is to give freedom to ones movements and enough warmth to be protected from sudden changes of temperature 7 A clean and cheerful house makes ni happy Ionic 8 The wind Is refreshed and invlg orated by distractions and amusement but nbuso of them leads to dissipation nid dissipation to vice 0 Cheerfulness makes love of life Hid love of life Is half of health On the contrary sadness and discourage ment hasten old age 10 Do you gain your living by your Intellect Then do not allow your arms and legs to grow stiff Do you earn our bread by your pickax Do not forget to cultivate your mind and to enlarge your thought French Medical Review U eful Wood Lore It you are lost In the woods sit down the moment you realize It and think It ivcr If you start off at random you ivlll be sure to walk in a circle Sonc but the most experienced woodsmen cun keep a straight course and even hey go in a circle when they get really lost If you know the direction of camp tie mine strip of whltc rag to a tree and then start off You can find tho com lass points by remembering that moss Iways grows on the north side of trees Keep tying strips of rag to trees ts you go on Then you can find your way back to the starting point It you should fall to strike the path that leads to safety On the High tea At the bow of the steamer sit tho two happy young people How sweet it seems tonight sigh the girl How sweetly solemn Is the view spread before uslI Even the son seems to be sleeping as It lies BO placidly ahead of the boat Yes love agrees the young man IIt Is asleep In front of the boat but It Is a ways behind Judge READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 3 1001 This is to certify that I have been aired of kidney trouble by the use of the Texas Wonder Halls Great discovery and can cheerfully recom n end It to all sufferers from kidney rouble A BUILSON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weal ins lam backs rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana women regulates ladder troubles in onildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mull on receipt of 1 One small bottles two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole 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