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C 1 tM1 4 mIV S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS III THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT t- ALL 1 IVOLI I XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1903 8 Pages NO 181BIG REWARDIS By Perry County Farmers Pro tective Insurance Company FOR ARREST OF INCENDIARIES The Perry County Farmers Protective Insurance company of 1erry county Ind has offered a reward of 100 cash to the person furnishing information that will lead to the ar rest of the party or parties who set fire to the barn of William Suddarth of Tobinsport and the barn belonging to Robert Qninlin of BrancLville Perry county As stated in last week a News Jonn Robinson and not Geo MoFall was arrested when the bloodhounds follow ed the trail to the home of the latter after taking up the scent on the site of Wm Snddartha burned barn John Robinson who has often evaded ar rest was arrested this time by the sheriff for seriously cutting a young man named Hawhee about two years ago McFall was not arrested at the time as several papers stated and there is no warrant out now for his arrest limiters Out in Force The bird law was out Sunday and Monday the hunters were out in force to bag the game which seems to be plentiful in this section The rab bits as well as the partridge will come in for a large share of the sportsmans fun Local sportsmen believe in going after the game while it is plentiful and most of them are out this week Capt J H Rowland is over in the l Caster neighborhood and R N Hud son and Leon JUcGavock are out on the branch road this week in search of game Religious Rev PL King delivered two force ful sermons at the Methodist church Sunday that very much impressed his congregationRev Bozeman pastor of the First Baptist church of Campbellsrille Ky preached at the Baptist church morning and evening Sunday Rev Bozeman delivered two strong and log ical sermons that were well received by the congregation and favorably commented on To My Patrons I will be away several months taking a special course iasnrgerv Any lone wishing to make payments on ktheir account will please settle with Short Haynes who have my books My address will be 2000 Gamble St St Lou s Mo care St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons Write me if I can be of any service to you RespectfullyF y The Tobacco Buyers Tobacco buyers in this vicinity are not very active or numerous this year and the prices are not very flattering for the farmers J D Brashear has bought a few crops in Hancock county for the American Tobacco company and Henry Duncan has been looking over the crops in this county for the same firm C W Moorman this year is buying with Chas Beard of Hardinsburg It is understood Decided to Buy John Phelon has decided to enter the local tobacco market and has rent ed the large factory belonging to J B Pace Jr as suggested in the News two weeks ago He stated to the News Monday that he will buy for himself He will vacate the warehouse on Water street which he occu pied last year As far as known at present there will be only two buyers in the local market this year the other being the American company Repairs at the Depot The Henderson Route bridge crew have completed the repairs on the trestle just above the depot They have also repaired the stock pen and put a new floor in part of tne depot tr- rS CITIZENS OF PROMINENCE In Irvington Regret the Arrest and Departure of Prof and Mrs McClure UNWILLING TO CREDIT CHARGES To the Editor of the Breckenridge News In the last issue of your paper there appeared an article reflecting on the characters of Prof McClure and wife which seems to ut to be very un just They have had In their charge for some time a Japanese girl who had become unruly and deserved severe pnn ishment which way meted out to her in as severe a manner as the circums tances demanded as many a father has done his son The reports that have been circulated in regard to this mat ter have done us all an injury that time alone can efface and we desire to protest against them We wish to assert our confidence in Prof McClure and wife and are not willing to believe in their cruelty They have lived amongst us for some two years and attended strictly to their own business that of school teaching They did this to the satisfaction of nearly all their patrons and we deeply regret their loss On the spur of the moment excitement was inflamed and a warrant for their arrest was issued without the support of an affidavit from anyone The wild rumors reach ed tne ears of their attorney at Har dinsbnrg who summoned them for a conference At that meeting they were Informed that reports of mob violence gad reached that town and then feeling that they were friendless and alone they left the country Such reports were without any foundation and wa attach no blame to them for leaving We however think they actel hastily and nad they returned would have found friends here to have npne d them W J Plggott R M Jolly Chas H Drury- L D Moretnan C C Smith W A Hynes Taylor Dowell- J L Henrr W G Bandy Jno Musseliran C H Adkisson 0 L Chamberlain Newsom Gardner- W E Brown W B Gardner A B Coleman Ivington Revival Closes Irvlngton Ky Nov 17 Special The revival which has been con ducted here by the Rev T T Martin one of the greatest evangelists of the South has just closed with great benefit to the church and community Rev Martin left Saturday morning for a three weeks engagement in Louisville From there he goes to Brownstown Ind and other places whtre he has engagements for six mouths or more Equipped With Chimes Whistles The new engines Nos 21 and 22 on the Henderson Route are equipped with chime whistles as many per sons have probably noticed They are similar to the whistles used on the Southern railway s engines Woman Becomes Heroine Irvington Ky Nov 17Speclal Miss Mollie Adkisson of near Web ster has made herself a heroine in jugging a train and preventing it passing over a burning trestle She has been handsomely rewarded Lured in a Runaway Webste y Nov 17Speoinl On her brn from church at Irvington last ridgy night Miss Lucy Payne sustained painful injures as the result of a runaway team Her escort H L Kurtz was also consid erably hurt Card of Thanks I desire to thank the friends and neighbors of Samuel W Pate for the kindness shown him in his long illness and death Ills aunt MRS BETTlB NORTON t i THE LOSS OF A GOOD WOMAN Felt and Mourned By Many Friends in the Death of Mrs Thos Tousey BURIED AT HER OLD HOME Hardinsburg Ky Nov 17Spe- cialMrs Thomas 0 Tousey depar ted this life at her homeIn this place on Tuesday Nov 10 She had been sick for only a short time and the end was not thought to be so near The funeral services were conducted on Thursday morning by the Rev Hynes of Irvington at the M E church South The interment was in the Cloverport cemetery Mrs Tousey was the daughter of Capt J H Blythe and was born in Meade county Nov 25 1830 In 1875 she was married to Thomas 0 Tousey at Cloverport where they re sided until about three years ago when they moved to this place One son Ollie was the result of the union Mrs Tousey was a consistent member of the M E church South for more than twenty years and a devoted Christian woman of beautiful charac ter She made many friends during her residence here who sincerely mourn her loss She leaves a husband mother a son Ollie now in business at Henderson a sister Mrs Jule Har din and two brothers John and Thomas Blythe who grieve at her death but not as those without hope Are Dragging Their Bottoms The Ohio is lower at present than at any time during the past year It is very difficult for the packets to run at all and tho lowwater boats are still in service in the Louisville and Evans ville line which is something unusual at this time of the year = Changes Hands Irvington Ky Nov 17Special- G T Marshall has sold his livery stable to Tom Blythe for 2250 Mr Blythe moved his family here yeter day and will occupy the Gardner cottage on Walnut street AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA o I PROUD OF DA 04 BAINH Mil J D BAIUUGE Clovorportj- DEAK TomIsee in the turo of that old rooster that ha you say that the old rascal is ty It is a pleasant fact to ki roost Take good taro of that to have him again some time cs That clover face shown in j Dave every citizen in Breckenri his success knowing that in him guard the interests that will be J of the people not a master Let the good work go on banner county of the Western pi Best wishes and may you b- Your VTTT yyyy To Form New Association The Baptist churches of Brecken ridge Cnnnty will send delegates to a meeting to be held Nov 27 ana 28 at the Clover ere k Baptist church for the purpose of organizing a new asso ciation The meeting will open at 11 a m Friday Nov 27 Last Sermon at Clover Creek Irvington Ky Nov 17Special Rev J TLewis went to Clover Creek last Sunday to preach his farewell sermon to his congregation there he having resigned the charge to give more time to the Stephensport congre gation who have recently called him for two Snnaays in the month The Two Popular Games The two most popular card games in Cloverport just now are Pit and G S E G S E is very exciting and far ahead of flinch which is a back num ber of some months standing G S E Gavitts Stock Exchange only 25 cents a set atjJ D Babbages Card of Thanks I wish to express my high apprecia tion and thanks to the people of Union Star tor their kindness to me during the illness and death of my husband Yours sincerely ii Mrs S W Pate You Know What You Are Taking When you take Drove Tasteless Clilll Ton ic because the formula IIs plainly printed on ocureynoIIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Thanksgiving Christmas and New Years Holiday Rate Thanksgiving rate of one and one third fare for round trip on Nov 25 and 20 good returning to and includ lug Nov 80 Xmas and new year rates of one and one third fare for the round trip on Dec 242531st 1903 ana January 1 1004 good returning January 41001 One way settlers rates to the Southeast at greatly reduced rates on first and third Tuesdays of each month to November 1003 inclusive Round trip Homese kers Excursions on first and third Tuesdays of each month to November 1003 inclusive One way second class colonist tick ets to Pacific and Nortn Pacific coast and intermediate paints date of sale to Sept 15 to Nov 30 1003 inuluslv AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA IE MOORMAN fEC E RIDGE Ga Nov 13 1903 = E CNEtvss been lost for sonic time and rowing in Brcckenridgo coun ow that he has come homo to oil rooster we will all be glad = ecially in the fall of 1904 tlio picture of our old friend Ige county should be proud of there is a noble spirit that will placed in his charge a servant rcckenridgo county will be the irtion of the State yet re long and prosper friend F P HAYGOOD rmyniy1YYYYYYYVVVVVVYVY oi t I The Farmers Friend I X In an address before a farmers meeting in Christian county jj- x Indone of the speakers said As a rule the farmer has no I ty firmer friend than the country press Tho home paper is dis ft- ty I tinctly tht farmers own paper supported directly and indi ft mlOCtly by farmers who compose the backbone of the subserip F x tion list and largely for what tho enterprising merchant advcr ft M tiles Now brothers let us not forgot our friends Let us ft- Ii see that our subscription is paid up to the first of January each- tr W year in advance if we can afford it The man or the paper that ft 1J fights my battles shall have my support Another thing the ft tjj merchants who advertise are the ones who make it possible for fu IIthem to get It good local paper and men or firms who are too ft penurious to advertise andholp the local press have no right to ft- Xi the farmers patronage 1 propose to go to a live advertiser ft- X and a man who will do his share in supporting a local paper ft- ty rather than to buy ofIt man who proposes to jccuro all and ty 1 nothing in return If the farmers as a class would sup ft1 1port their friends the others would soon go out of business ft + A MAN LIKED BY EVERY ONE Sam Pate Had No Enemies and Lived a Life of the Strict est Integrity INTERMENT AT IIARDINSBURG Hardiusburg Ky NoV 17Spec- lullIamuel W Pate died at his home in Union Star on Monday Nov 0 His deatn was due to consump tion from which he suffered many months but always patiently and resignedly His remains were brought here for burial and the funeral ser mon was preached by the Rev C H HosKinson of Stephensport Many of his friends and relatives from Union Star Jolly Station and Bewleyville attended the funeral services Mr Pate was thirtyfour years of age and had been a teacher in the public scnool of this and adjoining counties for about fourteen years and he was generally conceded to be one of the best instructors in this sec tion of the state Recognizing that this was true his party nominated him for School Superintendent two years ago but he was defeated by a small majority He then resumed teaching and continued in the school room as long as his strength would admitSam Pate was a man whom every body liked He had no enemies He lived a life of strictest integrity clean and purea rare thing in this day and tImetruly a rich legacy to leave sorrowing relatives and friends He leaves a wife one son a mother and several brothers and sisters to mourn his loss and cherish his memo ry HARDINSBURG County court day next Monday Prof W W Whalen spent Sunday at RockvaleJohn of Custer was in the city last Friday Ginzer F Bandy of Irvington was in the city Monday Dr J H Hart of McDaniel was in town the first of the week Samuel Henninger the merchant at West View was in town Saturday- J V Norns of Big Spring was In town last Friday on a business trip Clarence Lewis will erect a dwell ing this fall on his lot near the col legeMiss Lowfon of Hawesvlllewas the guest of Miss Margaret Baker last weekCol E L Robertson of GJendenne was a guest at the Commercial Hotel SundayMrs Roland A Smith of Stephens port is visiting Mr and Mrs Wm B Lennin Thomas Tousey and Henry DeH Moorman were visitors at Cloverport last Sunday Miss Eva L Hensley and VIO Robertson spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests of friends Mrs Judith Ball has moved to town and is occupying the residence vacated by Mrs Brodle Marshal David Henry of Irvington was in town Monday He conveyed a pauper to the poor house Mr and Mrs Minor P Payne of Bewlejvillo were the guests of Mr mad Mr Jesse C Payne last weep The entertainment to be given by Polk Miller at the City Hail Thursday evening will be the best of the eerie Miss Emily McAteer of Louisville who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs H M Beard has returned home Miss Highland Roberts of Chenault i will arrive this week to be the guest of Misses Maggie and Roberta Brodle S D McGlll and family will move this weak into the residence on Main St which he recently purchased of Ben Hcok Thos R Blytho has purchased the livery stable of Mr Marshall at Irvlngton and will remove to that place this weel Mr and Mrs C M McGlotblan of Union Star attended the funeral of Mr Samuel Pate which was conduct ed here last Wednesday Harvey Woods has purchased of the THE OLD RELIABLE I Absolutely ft e THERE IS NO SUB1TUTR Jesse W Kincheloe estate a lot In the east end of town He will erect a dwelling on it next spring Percy M Beard of the firm of B F Beard Co returned home Saturday from Cincnnati where ne had been to purchase a stock of goods Mrs V G Babbage aria daughter Tula who have boon the guests of Miss Tula Daniel returned to their home in Cloverport Tuesday Mrs Wm U Haswell who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Geo W McCubbhs at Stephen sport returned home Saturday Dr A M Kincheloe has purchased of the Scott heirs the vacant lot be tweeu Kincheloes Drug Store and the storehouse of Scott Shellman Jesse R Eskridge who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mr Morris Eskridge for several weeks returned to Owensboro Sunday Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Mrs Wm Milner and Miss Sallie Richardson of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs P M Beard last week The Rev W V Harrell ot the Bap tist church preached at the M E church South Sunday the pastor the Rev W F Hogard being absent at Ashville N C- ADDITIONAL LOCAL Rice no Ib at Browns Prunes Co In atBrowns Ernest Robertson of Glendeane was in town Sunday Mrs Lizzie Burnett returned Friday from Louisville Allen Pierce was at home from Louisville Sunday I Mrs Mary J Miller returned Satur day from Louisville Iii Gregory and Harry Gans were in Owensboro Sunday Mrs Jane Stephens nItS been visit- Ing near Elizabethtown Lime and cement at the lowest possible prices at Browns Watch for Search Light match cards and bring them to F T Heyser and get 2 boxes for So Mr and Mrs E C Brice left Sun day for New York where they will go to housekeeping- The Ladles Reading club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs W H Bowmer Miss Cassie Anderson entertained a number of her friends at her home last Wednesday evening Mrs Frank Fraize returned Satan day from a visit to her sister Miss Jennie Warfield in Louisville Mr and Mrs Marlon Behen and son Ira went to Leavenworth Ind Thursday to visit his sister Mrs John BakerMrs J T Ditto and daughter Ke becca of Decatur Ill were the guests of Mrs J D Babbage aoveral days the past weak Mrs William Sterrett of Texas who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer went to Louis ville Wednesday Miss Hattie Conway and Messrs Jamie Weir and Will Overstreet of Owensboto wore the guests of Miss Marian Bowmer Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Morton have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Shelby Triplettof Garfield before leaving for New York- ButcherWright Mr Rudy Butcher and Miss Clara Wright of Garret were married in the Methodist church at Brandenburg Thursday After the ceremony they left for New Albany to visit lela tives r 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1003 LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA Pomona Cal Oct 27 1003 TO tny friends in Breckenridge county i I left my home one mile southwest of Harried Breckenridge countyon July 81 1000 for Tuscola Ill 1 re mained there until the following De cember when I went to Oklahoma and spent three mouths From there I went to Salina Kan which I called home for one year Seven months of this year I attended SVel tons School of Telegraphy and Railroading When the year was out I came to California where I have been for more than a year and a half I have peen over much of Southern California and it is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever seen I have done a lisle of most everything since I have been in California but for the past eight months I have been working at iny trade of barbering about live and n half months in Los Angeles and since August 0 in Pomo na I have been in the following states and territories Kentucky Indiana Illinois Missouri Kansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas New Mexico Arizona California and the Republic of Mexico While California is my choice of all the states I have seen it has its drawbacks There are many people here from all parts of the East who are dissatisfied KO I would not advise anyone to come to this state To my notion where a man or woman is satisfied is the place for him My I rule is if not satisfied move There are really but two seasons in the lowlands of California wet and dry the latter being much the longer And irriuation is necessary for the cultivation of many crops such as fruits vegetables and alfalfa Barley Is the leading cere l crop in this part of the state but there is much wheat grown also It is pleasant to be down in the orange groves during the winter months uhere the oranges are hung Ing ripe over head and the surround ing mountains are covered with snow until June The flowers bloom all winter and the grass is green in the lowlands as it is in the summer In fact everything is greener for in the Bummer vegetation gets so dry that it Marvelous Escape from Death I PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Does a Wondrous Work for a Lady Who Was Almost Crazed with Pain and Sufferingi It ii well known that terrible rheumatism sciatica and neuralgia cause more helpless ness acute suffering and agony than any of the other diseases that afflict humanity The great medicinal virtues of Paines Celery Com specificforneuralgia Thousands of strong testimonial I letters from the most prominent people of the Compoundhas I all other treatment has failed Mrs Mar garet Itethel of IJraineid Minn after thirty years of agonizing tortures had a desire to end her life ifit was the vlll of Heaven she al most prayed for the time to lay it downI Heavendirected she made use of Iames Celery Compound and iis enjoying true life once more She says I For thirty years I have been a great suf ferer fruni neuralgia in the head and also with rheumatism in the whole body I began taking Paines Celery Compound and soon found I was much letter before taking the Compound my life was such a burden that I almost prayed to lay it down I was bedfast every two weeks with horrible pain in the head back and neck until I was almost crazed I am able to do harder workand more of it today than for twentyfive years I am really enjoying life again thanks to Paines Celery Compound I am satisfied yearsby Diamond Dyes Color Anything t Any Color There are many ways in which Diamond Dyes will help you Dresses cloaks suits ribbons coats feathers stockings every thing wearable Diamond Dyes make to look like new Diamond Dyes are the perfect home dyes they are SIMPLE STRONG SURE We have a ipeclsl diptrtracot of IdIand dyeingBindDirection book sari 4J dyed simples free DIAMOHD DYES Burlington Vt 4 dont iook as fresh as It does during the winter rains- I rather like Kansas even if it is called the Jayhawker State I enjoy looKing over tne beautiful rolling prairie in the full about wheat sowing timeSome people brag on Texas but excuse me when it cornea to Texas if it is all like what I saw lint T guess I had better not say any wore about Texas for there lire ninny Ken tnokians there When it comes to a good friendly olass of poeple Breokenridge county Kentucky is in the front row I have met several people from Kentucky since I have been away but none trout old Breckenrldgc Yours as ever Ernest Wearherford 479 W Snd St Pomona cal Cures Kldaay and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid fey Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen discharges from the nrethn neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable ode of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specific Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceasoaches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests ill other treatment 1 per large bottle it my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky TilE COUNTRYS SOLDIERS State Mllltia Numbers 116542 lien and Regular Army 3681 Officers and 55500 lien Washintgon Nov 11The annual report of Acting Adjt Gen Hall of the army was made public today It deals with every phase of the military establishment The actual strength of the army on October 10 008 was 3031 officers and 05500 enlisted men Over one half of the report is devoted to the militia and it gives a de tailed account of the workings of the act to promote the efficiency of the uilitiii passed at the last session of Congress Inspections of the several militia organizations the report says were begun on April 20 100 and completed about the 1st of July The total number of the organized militia Including officers of every rank and grade was ascertained to be 11051 An Enjoyable Affair The Cloverport Mechanics crass band gave a dance in Oelzes Hall net Thursday evening The Clover tort string band furnished music for tie occasion The affair was enjoyable to those who participated but tno attendance was not as large as was expected CASES OF LOCAL INTEREST Columbia Finance and Trust Co Against Central Clay Product Co Among Others The fall term of United States court will convene In Oweusboro on Monday November 23 with Judge Walter Evans on the bench There will be Several important cases both criminal and civil to be tried There are a number of cases of local interest on the docket On the civil docket Is the ease of the Columbia Finance and Trust company vs Central Clay Product company tne former company having asked for a stile of the latter companys brick plant in Cloverpnrt One of the most important cases nn the docket is the civil action of J H Boatnor against tno American Express company for 28000 which the plain tiff claims the defendant company lost bv gross negligence at Fordsville in time summer of 1002 The attorney 4 on both sides have agreed to continue the action until the May term of cjurt An order was entered by Depu ty Clerk Lindsey to that efteut 0111 ThursdayA of parties have been held over awaiting the action ol the feder al grand jury Among these are Uanie Wilson and William Harrison of this county charged with selling liquor withe ut a special government tax i Jims A Wathen counterfeiting i and Ezra W Tiudle counterfeiting For sick headache try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward off the attack if taKen in time For sale by Short Haynes Seeks Taylors Return Washington Nov 12Representa tive James of KentucKY introduced a bill amending the extradition sec tion of the revised statutes so us to require state officers to arrest and de liver persons who are fugitives from justice trom other states upon presen tation of proper warrants signed by the governor of the state making the requisition The hill is intended to cover the case of former Governor Taylor of Kentucky Quiet on the Isthmus Washington Nov 12Rear Admir al Glass commanding the naval force on the isthmus cabled the navy de partment today from Panama that everything is quiet there with no sign of dissatisfaction The Colombian gunboat Bogota which sailed from Buena Ventura witn troops aboard put back into port again Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful whenjyouth fails to show roper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings NewILIfe 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 A Haynes Drug Store Beckhams Inauguration A meeting was held in Frankfort last wee In regard to the immgura ion ceremonies of Gov BecKham Several committees were appointed but nothing definite was done The Preachers Better Half Published liy Itwjuest1 Oh pity the lot of a ministers wife It is sinful for her to be fair She must not try to seem too sublime for this life Yet must still have n heavenly air 1 She must never view others with critical eyes She is there that the rest may themselves criticise Whatever she does or may wear Ifshe tries to bo humble her sisters will say She poses ford isnt sincere If she shows that shes proud of her prominence they Cast looks at each other andsneer And talk of the folly of one who believes Shes too good for this world while her husband re ceives Only four or five thousand yearIIf she seems to be pleased with the sermon the rest Will think it is all for effect Yet she must not pretend to indifference lest They may talk of her lack ofrespect They call her a frump if her costume is plain And accuse her of being extravagant vain Ifshe dares to bo handsomely decked If sho acts like a saint they will say its for show If she doesnt theres scandal Each day She is under the gaze of the high and the low And though she inspires him they Regard the poor preacher with pity they sigh And whispering sadly go wondering why Ho loves her so much anyway So E Kiser INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS FROM OLD NEWSPAPERS Some of the following paragraphs from The Balance published at Hudson N Y of January SJ 1802 which Is the property of Edward Gregory of this city may be of interest to our readers Tho mammoth cheese which was presented to Mr Jefferson as a New Years Gift was accnmpan ied by an address signed by n committee in behalf of all Cheshire The address was great as the cheese itsolf and by fM more fulsome Mr Jeff erson returned a speech of thanKs and homageTo how old news in a news paper was about ItiOO we quote the following account of a catastrophe which occurred on Oct 18 but was not given to the public through the press until Jan 20 of the next year A late Glasgow paper contains an account of a shocKing catastrophe which Is in substance as follows On Snndaythe 18th Oct when time people were assembling for public worship in the parish church of Kil marnock an unfounded alarm spread among theta that toe church was fall ing when those in the galleries principally rushed downstairs in crowds by witch confusion twenty nine persons were suffocated and tram pled to aeath and a considerable numb r shockingly ruined Mr Gregory hasbesides many news papers valuable for their age facsini lie copy of the Vicksburg Dally Citl zenof July 2 1803 At this time Gen Grant of the Federal army was bc mlglng Vicksburg and the people ware on the verge of starvation being wmpeltal to eat molt meat and pay fabulous prices for flour oacon sugar and ohr commodities This issue of the Citizen is printed on wall paper the necessity for which is explained in the following editori al We are under many obligations to Mr Fred Banks for a wagon load of wall paper which we have to print this issue of the Citizen on Our readers are by this time well aware that Grant has all communication with time outside would cut off but we will still eat mule meat and drink cathoup before our paper shall miss an issue The three following paragraphs Iilns strata the terrible straits to which the beseiged citizens were put to se foodMajor Gilspie has our thanks for the fine mule steak be sent us yester day Mule meat eats real good when you cant get anything better When time war is over here is for Major Gllspio for Secretary or WareA large number of mules used to draw artillery owing to no feed to give them will be killed tomorrow for the famishing ones Home people of this city have not tasted any food for two days TInA relief will be a God send There is no fall in the price of anything and it is likely the prices will go higher Flour is selling at flOO per barrel bacon 100 per pound Meal 5125 per bushel Sugar 125 per pound Theme is no fresh meat in the city except mule meat which goes readily at 25 and 50 cents per pound Several of the officers were invited to take supper last night by some of the boys In the trencher Tne ooys In spite of Grant trying to tare them to death are still full of the camp fire fun and concluded to play a joke on them So two big Tom oath wera kill ed and boiled up into soup We wont give the officers away but the boys say they pronounced it t he best rabbit soup they ever tasted flay GIve a Tacky Party The A O U W lodge of this city Is contemplating giving n tacky party Bometimw in the near future A cash prize will be given to the tackiest II Everybody will be allowed to complete for the prize lilTDIE INSTANTLY CU- RESHeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safo at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervousness CURES Dizziness CURES Nausea CURES Sleeplessness CURES quietathe Q 1v I rf to r rgclablePrcparalionforAg f hu of i Promotes DigcslionCheerful ness llnd RestConlains neither OpiumMorplune nor fiucra- lKOTjN i ARC OTIC linealoull SwtrFLfYrcdBR lnptan seedii atarrdr4- uae st f Qifmaadarmbr IIfntSdsr 17aJw a J forConsUp1TIon Worms ConvulsionsFcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK LEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thes- 1gTlatUre en- USe H For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA = NN N+ NNONN NNN N N+ + TTDAN BROOKS SSL CO lZ LIVE STOCK I COMMISSION MERCHANTS f CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY NN NNN N NNN N N NN NNN UMNHe i ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i Cfl LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA Dally to Nov w 301903 Proporlicnately Low Rates from other Only Lino running through Persoually Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville 2to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS I a For and of COR OUUU points Conducted ARIZONA Special Low One Way and Hound trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month I BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS a For Folders and Descriptive Matter of the Springs and Lands address In the South and through tickets apply to ARKII i F W HARLOW D P A sseraeeecescsewe seeslr- FIIForF ASK MEinformation regarding the wonderful possibilities of the new country just being opened u- pBEAUTIFUL INDIAN TERRITORY Onr now booklet giving full information concerning Indian allotments settlements by Whites coal and mineral lands and agricultural and manufacturing opportunities forwarded j on request I ONE FARE PLUS I FOR THE ROUOD 1st 3rd Tuesdays in each Month Geo H Lee G P A G D Bacon SPA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 n L CHRISTIAN JNO D BABBAGE J C NOLTE President VIcePresident Secretary and Treasurer DOARD OF DIRECTORS- M L CHRISTIAN HOY CRAWFORD P D PLANK JNO D HAUIIAGE J 0 NOLTE V V 4 CLOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE CO INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY iA MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work mako Castings and any other work ri usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop Will Open For Business About October 11 INCREASEYOUR BUSINESS 200I By spending more money for adve tising in th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWSS o k L Tile Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1003 fo + r++ ++++++ ++ ++ Ok1 ahoma As seen by a nun who lives there ++++++++++++++ +++++++ Carwile OKla Nov4 1008 Jno D Babbage Esq Cloverport Ky Dear t31rIAfter reading Mr U P Polks lat ter in the News in which he endeavors to describe Oklahoma and her pro ductsI beg leave to explain more fully in regard to the products as I have lived in the best part of the Territory for the past ten years As many of your readers know I was reared three miles west of Har dinsburg in Breckenridge Bounty and came to Oklahoma at the time of the opening ol the Cherokee Outlet During this time have been over most of the Territory by wagon and have studied the soil and its products as carefully as anyone could I am a farmer and of course am interested in soil and products I will state right here that Mr Polk didnt see the best part of the country By goingto a poor or rough part of Oklahoma one can get about as good an idea of the Territory as he could of Kentucky by visiting the mountainous part of the State Perry is in a rough part of Oklahoma while if one travels west from that city he will soon come to the vast level plains which extend for many miles to the north and west Nearly all of the northern and western counties are very level and as fine lands for agri cultural purposes as can be found any where We have not failed on corn herein Wood county but once In ten years and that year was one 01 our best wheat years some yiefds being thirtyfive bushels per are This year instead of the yield being from ten to fifteen bushels it was from fifteen to thirty I had eighty acres myself from which I threshed nearly 1700 bushels and received as high as GO cents per bushel Our corn in poor making ten to thirty bushels per acre There lj no better place anywhere for hogs as cholera is comparatively unknown Oats last vear made from fifty to eightythree bushels to the acre As to our being able to grow a variety of crops I here quoto you a part of the Governors report on diversification of crops Perhaps the great est feature of Oklahoma is in the di versity of crops Nowhere in America has the farmer BO great a variety of products to choose from as here in Oklahomu and nowhere can he be more successful in agriculture horticulture and stock raising to Among the many things which are successfully produced upon Oklahoma lands are the following Wheat cot ton oats Kaffir corn castor beans peanuts cane broom corn soy bean alfalfa watermelons canteloupes cabbage turnips and all the vegetables If Mr PolK will come out again and visit us we will cite him to a score or moro of Bteckenridge ccunty people who ore settled here in good homes and doing well Andwho while they love Kentucky and her people have no desire to return thereto liveNow Mr Editor I will close and I promise if you wont consign this let ter to the waste basket I will not bother you any more for it while But if any readers of the News wish to know more about Oklahoma I will gladly tell them what I Know of the country I remain yours with best wishes Delphos G Harned Carwile Okla Will Move Ticket Office The Henderson Route will move its ticket office in Louisville about January from its present location on Market street near Fourth avenue to the Urban building E M Womack city passenger agent of tne road has made arrangements to make the move as soon as the Urban building on Fourth avenue is vacated by the cltv office of the Louisville and Nashville railroad which is located there while its permanent quarters at Fourth and Main are being fitted up Aching JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body are joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition is commonly worse in wet weatherIt been n long time since we have been without Hoods Sarsaparilla My fattier I hanks he could not do without It lie I itcn troubled with rheumatism elncv wus n boy mid Hoods Sarsaparilla IH the only medicine he can take that will tnabv him to take his place in the field Mws ADA Dozy Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatismno ttratward application can Take them r Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued By Gov Beckham Frankfort Ky Nov 18Gov BecKhnui this morning Issued the fol lowing Thanksgiving Day proclama tion Commonwealth of Kentucky Execu Department No people on earth have more reason 10 be grateful to Almighty God for HIs benefactions and bounties than Have the citizens of this great republic In less than a centn ary and a half It has grown to be the most splendid nation the world ever saw Beginning its existence under grievous difficulties and struggling against powerful obstacles Iit has placed itself in the forefront of all countries and has taught the human race valuable lessons in the art of self government in progress in develop ment in civilization and in the bet terment of man s condition Peace plenty and prosperity have been given our people and Iit is therefore a praiseworthy custom that national recognition and Individual gratitude should be given to Him from whom these favors have come IIIn conformity to this custom I ap Companion as Christmas Gift The Youths Companion is one of the few gifts that are always appropriate and yet within reach of the smallest purse It brings to every member of the family something of Interest something of valuea story that cheers an article that carries the reader into faroff countries or among men who govern a sketch that amuses a poem that puts a bit of truth in a new and conviauting way a page of pictures that holds the children spellbound It is Americas home papera paper received weekly in more than half a million households in the United States If you desire to make a Christmas present of the Youths Companionsend- the publishers the name and adaress of the person to whom you wish to give The Companion with 170 the annual subscription price They will send to the address named The Companions Christmas Packet all ready for Christmas morning containing the Christmas number The Companion Calender for 1004 lithographed in twelve colors and gold and sub scription certificate for the fiftytwo issues of 1004 The new subscriber for 1004 will receive all the issues for the Companion for the remaining week of 1003 free from the time of subscription also The companion Calender for 1004 lithographed in twelve colors and goldAnnual Announcement Number folly describing the principal features of The Companions new volume for 1004 will be sent to any address free THE YOUTHS COlPANIONI 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an adof your Electric Bitters and determined to try that Atter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon tneroafter was entirely cared And have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N 0 writes Only 50c at Short Haynes Druggists Bad Wreck In Nelson Six men were killed in a horrible manner one terribly mangled and burned and still another injured In a collision between two heavy freight trains on the L Rt N railroad near New Hope Nelson county last Thurs day morning at 350 oclock After the collision two cars of gunpowder and other explosives blew np and the wreckage caught afire to add to the appaling horror of the oatastroph OAS T ORIABurl thethe Kind You Have Always Bonrfit Signature Yd of Has a Large majority Louisville Nov 12The executive committee of the constitutional amendment met today and received the report of expenses and transacted other business of a routine nature This proposition carried by 20000 The amendment allows every city and town in the state to have absolute control of its own municipal taxation The money can be raised by license or the sale of franchises The real estate of manufacturing concerns may be taxed and the machinery and stock exempted It is hoped that from now on Kentucky will be able to offer ex emption from taxation to new indus trial concerns which will bring them In from other states It is expected that the ultimate effect of the adop tion of the amendment will lower taxes as it will bring more prpperty into the state to be taxed e point Thursday November 20 lOOi as a day of thanksgiving and rest throughout the Comuionwealh of Ken tucky that our people true to tin spirit of this Institution and thankful for their many blessings may lay snide for the day their worldlyI cus toms and give praise to the great and good author of all our happiness Let Kentuckians praise Him not oloni for the grandeur of our nation but also tor the success and prcsperltj of our own great Commonwealth Let us not in imitation of the Pharisee and hypocrite thanK Him that we are noc like other people but let us in humble gratitude to Him rejoice that our State is not surpassed by any in the Union and that its pec ple are as good as brave as generous and as patriotic as any on earth In testimony whereof I have hert unto set DIY hand and caused the great seal of the Commonwealth to be affixed Done at Franktort this 13th day of November 1003 and in 112th of the Commonwealth J C W BECKHAM Uovernor By C B HILLSecretary of State I IHawesvUlts New Nov Factory 11The Carder tobacco factory is now being changed into a manufactory for the Kentucky plow fender and nearly all the men interested live nere It is understood that the necessary machin ery has been bought and will arrive MS soon as the house can be arranged to accommodate it Some of tho people living very near the site have protest ed against it fearing tbeirproperty will be despoiled anti that the noise will distress them A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do thier work with easeW T Easton Boorne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny little pills in preference to all others becanse they are so pleasant and effectual They cure billiousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by All Drug Co The Will of David Cole David CoIn of Crawford county WIlSloneof the country He owned 3400 acres of land in Crawford county Ind and Meade county Ky and his estate is valued at 150000 Among his real estate were the two Blue river Islands in the Ohio river just above Leaven worth the upper one of which he left to the U B church of which ho was a member The balance ofhis estate is divided among his family of seven children Cole started in life as a poor boy and earned his own money Ily chopping wood at 25 cents a cord Be became a land king and whenever he had a few spare dollars he would hunt up and purchase another farm Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Loxatlro nromo Quinine Tablets cure a coU 111 ono day No cure No pay Price 25c Was From Thl14 County W F Board aged seventy years died of Brights disease at the Owens boro city hospital last week Mr Board had been living in Daviess county several years and was a farmer of the Sorgho neighborhood He came to Scrgho from Breckenridge county He was a Mason of long standing and was buried with Masonic rites in Elmwood cemetery Owensboro Tobacco Situation In Hancock Hawesville Ky Nov 11Tne low prices prevailing all over the country for the weed and the alarming publications in the various newspa pers have caused many people here to believe that the Hawesville house will be dark this fall and winter It was to have been opened for business on November 1 but even it theie are nay buyers going through the county they have not been heard of The country barns are fairly bursting with as fine a crop as ever grew in this climate and If It could be sold here nearly all the money of course would be ex pended in the county which would set things Dooming Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Pleasant- to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar iIH used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with my children for several years and tan truthfully jar 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 wale by Short Haynes Y A U are have no of that disease owe my to your ILLS Find Sense I to This fircat work Is sent FREE on of to pay Send cent for the or only 21 for tho book In paper covers Dr R V Buffalo N Y General Grnnlm Supreme Courage General Grants courago was supreme No man could face danger with greater composure He did not seem to know the moaning of peril when duty called ilni to risk his life At onetime I saw the general escape death by a very slight margin Wo were break ing camp at Court House and under the fire of a battery All of the headquarters equipage had boon removed except n camp stool and on this the general was sit ting while the shells of the enemys guns shrieked over our heads A shell passed Just over the general not miss Ing him by more than a few Inches and struck the ground about thirty feet away Without showing the slightest nervousness ho called to mo to got the shell saying Lets see what kind of that batten Is using I wont and picked up the shell which was a six pound spher teal case and the general examined It as coolly as If there was not an ciuinys gun within 100 miles of him National dlagnziuetThe Point of View Two window washers wore at work on the lodges of the sixteenth story windows of n downtown olfico building about ten feet from each other As they hung to their straps and washed and polished the glass thoy could look Into the offices where a number of clerks were bonding over ledgers and books For n half hour they worked and watched the clerks who did not move from their confined position over their books Finally one big window washer loaned back as far us his strap would permit and called to his fellow Aint it strange what some folks will do for a living Chicago Tribune Curls Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Hu mors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money pimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense A personal tnal of Blood Balm is bet ter than a thousand printed 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 pains catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanio Blood BalmB B B recom mended for old of blood or skin dis eases because Botanic Blood Balm B B It kills the poison inthe blood cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made tested for SQ years Costs 1 per large bottle at drug stores To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free by writ- Ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free advice sent in soiled letter This is an honest offermedicIne sent at once a PUBLIG WOMEN And public Speakers everywhere very often troubled with a cough or some throat irritation which to graver complications later on A cough neglected pave the for the germs of consump tion to enter the weakened system There is no better preventive against this dread disease nor more certain medicine to cure a cough and at the same to act as a sustaining tonic to build up the entire system than Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery which purifies and enriches the It increases the activity of the bloodmaking process so that the body is abundantly supplied with the red corpuscles of health A prominent woman who is very known as an elocu tionist gives the following DR R V PIERCE N Y Dear SirI had a swollen in my neck which the doctor called Goitre I had an opera tion performed which destroyed the goitre but left me cough and throat I have taken bottles of your tt Golden Medical Discoveryand find that it has helped me won derfully Doctors told me that I had consumption AybutI trace horrible todayand present health valuable medicine TENOCMRS MAY STENOCK Elocutionist 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO Dr Pierces Common Medical OUNG WOMrJoNwill a sale Iuide healthful llvlnI1 receipt stamps expense of mailing ONLY 31 onc stamps clothbound volume stamps Address Spottsylvunla Confederate apparently ammunition testimon- Ials swellings rheumatism Especially obstinate deepseated cases malignant and Thoroughly medical prepaid may lead may way time blood favorably testimony Buffalo gland witha trouble several PIERCE I r THE I I AvenueIHOTEL i I Louisville Ky S PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 4 L The most centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city onlyiih 00 rate Only one block from the shopping district and two blocks from tho principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltr- Everything 1 neat and clean r r3 3 Si 1a bry Yip ti MemphisfirstFor oneway tickets Half the One=Way Rate plus 200roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points In Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town The Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Ten equipped with the meet modern and comfortable cart These trains mate quick time BoathwettIf eopr of our handiome Illustrated booklet domes In the Southwest and Through Texas With a Camera I L O SCHAEFCR Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O 9 r W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo NNN NN 4+ + +ONNNNNNNNNNN I IofGABBERTo- f i Elizabethtown Ky i DISTRICT AGENT FOR HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD o This company writes HUE LIGHTNING and TORNADO INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on farm and town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up yvCtY J Be HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky N4 NNN NNNNNNN NN NN N NNN NNN Watch for our new Story T5he StrollersWhich will appear soon V 1r 1 4 Q 1 YCq F0r r RECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D end V Q BABBAQE Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday I i Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF Tl1ANKS over avenues charged or at tie rote of 10 1lt1 jw line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5- notA oar line Money In advance Exarolim the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us cc When ortlorlne a change In the address subscrllier should give their old ns wellt the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1003 The Henderson Route handled over 40000 people last month without a scratch or a bump This road is growing in popular furor every dayand we are glad to see it Will Pate is laying water mains on Plain street Mr Pate is to be commended for his enterprise It shows that he has faith in himself and his town Its a small enterprise but it iis a beginning nUll thats good The Cloverport Real Estate and Itn provement Companys statement ap pearing in our adveitising columns is ia good showing for the company consid ering the length of time the company has been in business This company is a new feature in the business affairs of Cloverport and should receive the hearty indorsement of every citizen who has the welfare and improvement of his town at heart It helps to build homes for people with small means young men who want homes and who have not all the money to pay down Its a home builder aUlla rent saver Besides giv ing the young men and older ones with small means a chance it is a good thing for the man with money The stock will pay the investor from S to 10 per cent per annum and is as good and safe as any bank stock Its loans are all secured byreal estate and are perfectly secure and pay a good dividend Look over the town and see whet this company has done the many hand some homes it has built We am glad to publish the article signed by a number of the leading citizens of Irvington in which they say that rumors regarding the action of Prof and Mrs McClure have been greatly exaggeratedare misleading and do the parties and tile town a great InI jntice Wo have no doubt but what the matter bus been greatly exaggerat ed as such things generally are and the community more or less worked up without investigating thoroughly The mistake in the whole affair was In the Professor and his wife leaving in the manner they did They should hive remained at home and fought it out in the courts if innocent We un derstand that the matter is tatting a religious turn and the churches are becoming involved This is a matter of regret and should not be oounten anced Stop it right now before the community gets Into a wrangle that will take years to overcome In a special issue devoted to Modern Aids to Printlngthe Scientific Amer- Ican presents to its readers a fund of information about an industry which plays an Important part in the lifo of the jiecplo but of which little is known The number describes in an entertaining way the advances that have been made in the printing art within recent years and strikingly shows the economic significance of the press Of tho more important articles in this issue may be mentioned an instructiva interview with Theodore L De Vince the masterprinter of America an account of the influenon of mechanical typesetting as a labor saver description of a modern news paper press which prints 150000 copies per hour an outline of bookbinding which tell how books are sew ed case made and embossed The number is dressed in nn admirable colored cover Change In Firms Hardinsburg Ky Nov 17 Special Mr Gus D Shellrnan has sold out his interest in the firm of Hook De Haven Co and purchased tho in terest of Horace Scott in the Brin of Horace Scott a Sons The new firm will be known us Scott Shellman They are both energetic good busi ness men and that theywill attract n large amount of trade is conceded by all Horace Scott who has sold out his his interest in the firm of Horace Scott Sons to Gus D Shellman will probably engage in business in St Louis The Oalch Sale R W Balch sold thirty head of fine registered Scotch Durham cattle at the Holt Place Holt Saturday The cattle brought reasonably good prices but nothing near their value BEWLEYVILLE Dr Walker is enlarging his house Henry Cox has the frame up for his now house Mr and Mrtf Zauk Stith were In town Saturday Little Laura Mell Stith has been 111 for several weeks Miss Minnie Walker visited friends in Meade county Sunday Mrs George Neff of Gaston has been Hick for several days If Mr Polk Millar will come to our town we will all go to hear him Mr and Mrs Frakes and Carra D were guests of Mrs Drnry Sunday Mr anaJMrs Laura Cox wero visit ing their aunt Mrs Clarkson Sun thy Mrs Leah Pate and her bor How ard are with Mr and Mrs M P PayneBleak November has done her worn well The woods aro like sure enough winter Misses Annie Gibson ana Pearl Argabrignt are guests of the Misses ComptonMr Jordan entertained his neighbors in his cornfield shucking corn Friday Be sure to send something to the Methodist Home in Louisville for Thanksgiving Miss Blanche Jolly entertained Mrs E L Smith and children of Guston and Mrs Ed bmith who is here visit ing to dinner Sunday The new firm Bennett Morris were doing a tine business Saturday evening O E Drnry the new clerk is one of the best Call and see them The ladies of the W F M S have decided to hole their meeting through the winter at the I owes of the members These meeting are de singed to be as open and free ao if held in the charoh Saturday Nov 21 we will be entertained to dinner by Mrs Chas Drury the meeting to he opened at 2 oclock Please all the members come prepared to pay all ar- rearages Answer to roll cull with a verso of scripture suitable for the Thanksgiving time Misses Bessie and Emma Foote Adii and Margirite Stith Maggie Blanche and Bottle Lee Jolly Marian Lee Cain Kathleen Walker Ada May Foote Ratio Hardaway this scribe and Hurlbut and Robert Cain spent Satur day having a good time with the Lady Manager of the Jnvinile Missionary society There was a pleasant hour before noon and then we were invited to dinner which wo enjoyed The afternoon the party studied the picture gallery and Miss Ada Stith won the prize and they also did some nice work getting into the mysteries of Violttss Love Story Katie Hard away and Hurlbut Cain won prizes After this we had the regular meeting We then ndjonrnel with thanks and good wishes to the dear friends who made the pleasant day Golden Rod Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars He ward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure P 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 aud financially able to cwry out any obligations made by their firm West fc Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnnn Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrah Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and tunoc ns surfaces of the sys tow Price 750 per battle Sold by all Irugghtfl Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the bes- tIRVINOTON Mrs It M Jolly was in Louisville UdnyMlsa improvedRev Graves preached at Clifton lulls last Sunday Rev Hynes HIM his pulpit at both services last Sunday Miss McAteer IS with her cousin Mrs Piggott for a visit W J Piggott was in Owensboro- on business last week =Judge Mercer anti Lawyer Brown WEre here on business last week Mr Proctor of Louisville is the guest of Miss Anna W Herndon Mrs Fonnio Rhodes was here to seethe Gardner family last Sunday We were all glad to see Miss Blanche Jolly and her mother at- eh urcb Mr and Mrs Chris McGhee came down from Long Branch to visit their brother F H McGhee Mrs Eddie Orendorf Perrin and Mr Keith were here Saturday shop lug and seeing old friends Guerdon Galloway left for St Louis last week to fill a very important position there His wife who is now a the guest of Mrs Kate Bennett WIll follow in a short time Rev Everett English was called to Garfield to preach for that people on last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Anna Lewis Darling of Car rolton Ky was here last week the company of Mrs Moorman and Mrs LewisMips Nannie Lyddan and Cora Lee Anderson were the company of their grandfather Mr Henry several days of the pust weeK Mr timid Mrs Paul Dempster and Misses Moorman spent se veral days with Foster Lyons and returned to their homes Sunday night Satin Dowell Bate Herndon C C Smith and W J PlygottI were in at tendance at the Sundayschool conventions at Garfield and Custer Mr and Mrs Harvey English have adopted Margnreth the Japanese girl The child ought to be congratulated on her good fortune in having anon good and nice guardians Prof Taylor of Btechniont school Louisville passed through here or route to Gartield to attend Sunday School convention and was the guest of the Piggotts while in town Messrs Tom Brown and Lawson of Rochester Ky came hero to seethe Rev T T Martin and attend religious services They left Friday for Louisville to enter business college We regret to hear of the almost fa tal accident to Mr Kurtz and the two young ladles who were in the runaway last Friday night They might consider themselves quite lucky In the narrow escape Mr and Mrs Harvey English Miss Etta English Mr Brown Helm and wife and Mrs Lon Robertf all of jtephensport who were here during the meeting of T T Martin and visiting old friends left for their re peotive homo on Saturday last de lighted with their stay in Irvington The way to a mans heart is through his stomach an old saying meaning that to win a man you must feed him well If this is not true it is still true in another sense that the way to a mans heart is through his stomach Many persons imagine that they have heart disease when It is only indigestion This is how it comes about The stomach distended by gas crowds the heart and gives the feeling that the trouble is in the heart- H you dont know that you have heart tionble try using Walther Pep ionized Port and see it it does not eileve youFor sale by A R Fisher Small size SO cents large size 4100 J BiG VALUES u n We are going to surprise you with the Big Bargains wo have on sale this week Hero are a few that no other house can olFer Boys or twoirlBCO I1 100 48cfor50cforMens Jeans Coats C 125 10cfurF 25cItA 5cfurA ScforA for rood quality of Outing Cloth7c A 25cforA for 1l1 u ti Jllllnkt60c I Groceries On 5crOne for pound Rlcu5c 5COneOrllnj15cC 25forC 25forC 2Ilcr63forC Straight Grade per barrel V 375Jar of Jolly for 10c One for pound of Colfee10c SCthreeSave your Coupons for Chlnaware Babbage Son i RAYMOND Mr and Mrs Otis Stiff have moved Into their new home Mrs Jones of Louisville visited her sister Mrs Morcer last week Henry Shrowsberry of Ekrou visited at George Cashmans lost week There will be praauhiug at the church here the first Sunday in De cemberMack Crtahuinn who is at home frou southern California is very en thusiastic over the country Allen Claycomb brought home his bride last week Weddings seem to have struck this community Sandy Hendry of West Point and Mrs Tom Beard aud children of Har dinsbnrg came home to bo present nt the HendryUnshman wedding CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought j Bears the Bignatnraof OOON OOOONONOONONNOY iig i i Y j i Prepared i i Lunches and i I Meg Js- oo Fromii I 5 to 25c i I Is wHat i 0 ilIi Ii9GoffMaysigiI 0 i Home i i Restaurant i NNNNO 0000NOOOOON00 THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits a follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will Issue a TimeDeposit note and mall you for the attlouut- Stockholders are liable for all they areii worthltd Opposite Court Mouse B II POINDEXTER Cashier um i FOR CHILDREN Makes teething the bowels complaint i j iii J I ills bowels seemed E 3 beyond control = gave him up Pink a It his IllebI say Mixtureaa rtoafne without this tr t T 0 Kc lad Me bottles on packip 7 t3f9T i W CfKimsy Uek I eurT INoae sample and free address FLOYD MEDICINE CO OITMlellII I FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETSfJn S3ffiti8f Mete fby all Druggists l wn = Hy KOTaH = 1V 50 u i 1 Bank 783 31CQ crying summer j iij Bread Cake and Pastry I Ion your pure that is unquestionable I Cadicks Gold Flourtt tfor baking Free from adulturaTT from of i LONGBERRY WHEATI Only pure articles can be from C Gold Dust Flour grocer i sells it IGRANDVIEWINDI ItNed lliitWii tll l6N i4aNNN NillitlMii titNMilN lit IINOTICE T- OTAXPAYERSI ci i I III going to collect taxes andz isaveiwill chance togive you a i the penalty so please make itaII J- ii point to call and settle without delay- S 8E Can be found at Hardware Iti i Store of Conrad Payne Co i F p PAYNES Y I I1 11w i I the Leoprds Spots Cents Jno D Babbage1I CLOVERPORT KY Real Estate G58 88 General Cash in 52 Notes and t1p 09 Interest Duo 1715- t 4621 26 easy regulates and stomach stepS cures JIwhile teetlilntr Three physiclant Owens saved cannot saved Cc book THE Sold table by using the tion made the choice RED made tdicks Your am B C NtIWNW I IA recent purchase enables us to place this book on sale at 50c regular price 150 The book is crowning the head of its author Thomas Dixon Jr with jTheI j of the white mans burden from 1805 to 1900 It give an insight into tire lifo that was endured by the people of tho South after the close of the civil war Everybody should read it I Mail Orders Filled if Postage is Sent 1 I r 1Aj t1 y- JfJ t Wft STATEMENT OF THE Gloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co INCORPORATED AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 26 1903 RESOURCES Expenses 102 Accounts Secured Dust LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid In 3540 00 Notes 1000 00 Undivided Profits 8 t 20 4621 20 r 1 t State of Kentucky Set County of Dreckenridge Jf z CompanyIncorporatedthe close of business October 26 lOOj to the best of my knowledge and beli- elMARION WEATHERHOLT t Secretary and Treasurer Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co Inct CoInc t t My Commission Expires January 10 IWI- tNOTEThld Company was Incorporated August 26th 1KB and has been doing business exactly two month and shows net resldeuce i own their own homo will do well by consulting thJs company before buying elsewhere S 4 i r itNLflImIl EALTH IttSURANCE The man who Insures his life to wise for his family i The man who Insures his health is wise both for his family and himself You may Insuro health by guard Jag It It Is worth guarding I At the first attack of disease which generally through the LIVER and maul tests Itself In Innumerable waysi TAKE =Tints Pills And save your health The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1003 Watch for The Strollers It Butter benns fio Jb at Browns Guns cutlery etc nt Browns For gloves hose etc call at Browns Close prices on tinware atBrowns Heedless raisins 10c Ib atBrowns Best Oranges 35o dozen at Browns irFor combs needles etc cull ate BrownsGo Miss Greggs for cheap mill neryBest steel chopping axe COo lb nt BrownsFor and stove supplies call at Browns Mizel feeil of all kin lj nt BrownsGold Duat flour COo sack at Browns Bootsshoes ana rubbers especially at Browns W F Hook of Hnrdlnsburg was In town Thursday A 0 Pffafinpcer was down from Louisville last week Fathers 0 Brey and Edwin Drury went to Haweaville Frldny Miss Ruth Sterr tt of Skillman was visiting in the city last week C drawer ball bearing Davie sew ing machine 5 years guaranteed 10 at Browns Mrs R E Mooiumn and daughter Margaret went to Louisville last Wednesday Ed Baoon of Louisville was the guest of Jas B Fisher several days last week Mrs J D Brashear came down from Louisville last week to be with Mr Brnehmr Mrs A A LaHeist and sons Jamie and Alhonnen went to New Albany Thursday to reside Mrs Nut Tucker sp nt several days last week in Tobmaport the guest o her niee Mrs Marion Polk Mrs H G Wills returned Frldi y from Loiiisvile whara she weut to attend the loiiKOurett wedding ProverbsWhen come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work thoughno one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just asI naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their+wants For all weak and pale andI thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J e a sample free Be lure that thb picture In the form of a label iis on the wrapper of every bottle oi Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V see aud roo elldruggiet Bait 8110 bbl atBrownfc Loaded shells 40c box atBrowns Pattern hat at cost at Miss Greggs Bntterlck Patterns J D Eabbagt Snow FlaKe flour 55o sack at BrownsPaint and oils of various Kinds at Browns R B Pierce was in Louisville last week atsBrownsJohn was in Owensboro Sat urdayClose prices on enamel ware at Browns Win Wilson spent Sunday iin HendersonBrazil cocoanut 3 for lOc at Browns Si Pate of Hardinsburg was in town Thursday Miss Grace Ferry was down from Louisville Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Baker and Mrs Clarence Baker went to Hawesville Friday Mrs D H Severs and daughter Lulu were in Louisville Saturday Firstclass and clean weatherboard ing 14 per thousand J D Gregory Judson Coombs bathing rooms will be ready for customers Saturday and thereafterJohn of Owensboro wns the guest of his brother James Fisher last week Capt J W Kay of Evansville was the guest of Mr und Mrs Win Smart Sunday Mrs J UStephsns and little daugh ter were visiting relatives in Louis ville lost week J D Jaooo of German RidxeInd was in town Saturday en route to Indian Territory where he will locate Mr and Mrs Wm Ditto und son Holton of Brandenburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Bab bags Sunday William Leslie has removed his stock of groceries from the Newton corner on Main street to the Keith building near the depot Mrs Martha Thompson who was the guest of Mrs E C Brice several days lust week left Sunday for her home in Washington D C Mrs Calhoun of New Albany Ind and Mrs Frank Schieman of Mill town Ind were the guests of their pasoita Mr and Mrs David Swarms last weeK Dr Mitchel Miller has removed his office from the Duncan House to Mr F T geysers new residence on High St where hn may be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays instead of Wednesdays and Saturdays as heretofore The Best Prescription fur Malaria TaltcICIIi TonlCr PayPrBRANDENBURG The Ladies Aid met Monday with Mrs M M Fountaine The ladies of the Foreigu Mission Board will ob serve the week of prayer beginning the Monday night etore Thanksgiving 1 when there will he n union service and sermon at the Methodist church The Rev J L Hart is still in Vir- gInia nt the bedside of his father I Rev Crandall gave us an excellent sermon last Sunday on Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy It Mrs George Woolfolk is in Louis vlo for n few days I Mrs J L Malin is in Louisville Jesse Board nas returned from Montepelier Ind Wm Ditto nnd wife spent Sunday in Cloverport with his sister Mrs J D Babbage where J T Ditto wife and little daughter are visiting The many friends of Dr Winifred Green will be glad to Know she is succeeding tlnely in the practice of her profession among the best families o Louisville Miss Nell is cashier for a large Insurance company while Miss Margaret is home maker for the three In a lovely lint Isnt it women to the front and Mende and Brecken ridge counties come in for some noble girls to the front v Will MoGhee spent bunday at home W D Ashcraft declares hes doing all in his pwer to become a Benedict Never mind girls leap year Is at 1 hand Some one suggested that I stir up Albert Moreman and Will Cnsperke on the mating question Dont men tion it They both were my pupils in school and If I refer to them Id be dubbed an octogenarian they have icon in the market so long Capt S D Brown whose mother was n Miss Murray and whose father Dr E 0 Brown the leadIng physi clan of this place in the fifties and early sixties is in the Inquiry Office at tha Custom House Louisville Capt Browo was roared in this little burg and went with T B Fairleigb to the Union army at the beginning of the war remaining nntil the close He is well preserved and wears his honors well with a beautiful home and a happy family J I NasalCATARRH In all IU itagci Elys Cream Balm cleanse soothes and heale the diseased membrane 1 1 cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly TAMAU r gAWialOlD- YtNER Jso lgod Cream Balm It placed Into the uoitrlll spreads over the membrane and Iis absorbed Relief leI Im mediate and a care follows It Ii not drjlng does not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Druggist or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York WEBSTER Will Hall is back from Oregon Charles Wright contemplates going- to Okhtnoum soon Tom Dooley visited friends nt Clif ton Mills last week Mrs H H Hnttield is convalescing from a serious illness Miss Corn Lee Anderson of Ouston is visiting Miss Nan Lyddnn J C Kurtz recently sold his timber a valuable tract to aHnwesvillo firm Mortimer Sujllmans of Washington D C is here visiting friends and rela tires T B Henderson attended the die tilrr Sundayschool convention at Custer last Sunday F M Knott one of our successful and prosperous farmers has sMd his farm to H H Morton Jas Skllluian Sr came up Sunday to visit John McGavnck t nd hunt birds during the week The opinion seems to prevail universally that a change should be made in our election laws J B Gloson and son John Jr and George Lyddnn attended the Balch sale at Holt last Saturday Mrs T B Henderson has been at Hardinsburg for the past week visit ing her daughter Mrs Amon Kin cheloe Mesdames W G Clnycomb and T G Jordon returned last Saturday from n visit of several days duration in Louisville Mack Payne hn bougnt n tract of land of Mrs Mollie Jordan In 1 will begin the erection of a dwelling thereon in the near futuro The woods and fields are full of men and boys with dogs and guns in pur suit of n few birds the proportion standing nt about three men in per suit of one bird Tne man who will buy a vote and the wan who wll sell his vote corn pore a dangerous element and should be dialranchised and classed as felons This discordant element wish to en gender much of the political prejudice and hatred that every one regrets so much to see L = 01 n WarnsAdvurtis- ements r 0Inserted under this head ut one cent u word per week on WANTE- DviAXTEDTrusiwortliy Lady or QvntU man to manure tmslnuss In this county and adjoining territory fur house of solid financial standing WOO straight cash sal ary and expenses paid each Monday direct from lieudiiuarters Expense money ml vaniid position permanent Address Manager COi Motion Hldg Chicago KOKSALEI wagon T II rgQUIKES WANTED IIOAHDEK WantedI have U largo pleasant room fur liny ono desiring to Ixmril und furnish roomMKS T 1L SQUIItES WANTKDMEV- fANTED500 mon to smoke Stiindurd Cub Cigars For sale at all cigar stand Strictly union inudu goods FOIL HALE FOUPALKPatton trick CIIAH lieu nEn Ion SALI FOil SALEtnnn of JO uerus four sloes llewloyvlllo flvo miless from lug lllgSpring1 II In good1 rupHlr good barn crib etc fen s- In good repair good cistern unfulllng irliiF goodstock water Also arts unt crp of urn tobacco etc some stuck and farming Impu meats For further Information apply t K WIlt nuwleyvllll Ky or I olll rt 11II Woods LouIsville Ky FOR SALE 30 head Shortiorn aid Polled Durham cows and heifers To reduco my herd will sulUmy of iit ovu cattle vury low They are all first cjuss animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 mouths old weight 1000 lbsprlro J5o L Green Falls of Rough Ky MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Insurance Policies bought for cash or on at low rates Cull on or write I1tluwJrnrdlllslJurg FOR SALE PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machllles lot of good Laundry machines Also now quad secondhand Oils and Unsollne StreetLouisville Berkshire and B P Jocks FOR SALE IInrrldIynwutll430 IDS as a yearling at head of herd ERRS CornTOIINFOR SALE JERSEY COW 3 12 YEARS OLD AND CALF 4 WEEKS OLD WILL SELL AT A REASONABLE PRICE COW GIVES 3 GALLONS MILK A DAY CHRIST GLEIM- CLOVERPORT SHOPS I A Modern Science Osteopathy Is a now science which la worthy of the investigation of every one who having health would keep It and every ono who having lost it would regain it It cures all curable diseases and n great many which have heretofore been regarded as incurable without the disagreeable effect which necessarily follows the taking of strong drugs It does not ruin tho stomach in vain effort to reach deep seated diseases but goes right to the cause and removes it find allows nature to perform her functions unobstructed Dr Mitchel Miller Osteopathic Physician Examination and consultation free F T Heysers new resilience Tuesday nnd Saturday Erect More Monuments I J E Keith Son erected a largeII Hatre granite monument near port last week for M F Drown and n family monument for N L Tnul ip the Brickey cemetery also a nice tablet to Ruby Lewis the IiI tie daughter of Roscoe Iislie Noticet Having sold my interesti in the firm oi Ilorrace Scotts Sons to Mr Gus D Shellman I would appreciate a prompt settlement of all accounts You will receive notice of the ninount Very respectfully HOKRACK SCOT- TIlardiusburg Ky OAsrzwOaXABears theitskind YW H 3V3 Always Bought SIgnature Ior i rdPP irrrmrrrvyrr i xt1 PUBLICr 1 SALE 1tlY tlq q vav i = or a I have for sale cheap the v following described property Cattle 11 t One Cow 5 years old llol stein with steer calf ono + rit= gallons milk a day stripper Y frshtl t= onehalf Jorsoy and onehalf n Shorthorne frosh in March v rAl c = c = ==I 0 FSAv t11tend Berkshire 2 sows Out 2 ytlIlS old t i tltc = = = = Miscellaneous Thrll Iuoll tlwI tlf11at= Place of Sale a My farm 4lfmllusSoulheiistofCloverY t1 port on rlio I1onNvlllc toad lending C11 out from IIron On Hill j t = = ==== Eg fn BLAIR tl Aa ak ttt eltaa eaa t aaaitttnca x J 4b ++ e + + + i WINTER iiIs coming Seems to be here in earnest now t Are you prepared for the change If not we I can help you to comfortII i I Gloves0 i Earmuffs oi Mufflers Underwear Y e t I Blankets I Hoods i Capsii iRubbersi Z PI Come to us Well do our best Z= to please you iZ J C NOLTE I BRO1MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY i 9 N N + G NN + N N + N u r r WThe1 W Is interested in re 1 ception concerts church socials and other little en tcrtainmcnts of this sort i to say nothing of the wed ding when it conies her WILY and she appreciates the assistance of the Prin tor who devotes attention fingf rC U1rejOur facilities for proM ducing the latest in Culling Curds enables in to please r the most fastidious person We have them in any style or size you luny wish fitttjfj i f I11 piift j IYlatestf styles in Culling Curds W- h 1 ft ====7 = c == = f I I li T5he Breckenridge Newsr t1 7 mssaaasm 7 5 J Watch for our new St- orybeStrollers The BIG SALEWi1r on tt1t Of Christmas goods has begun It is on in earnest I am selling nice things for tho Holidays already Dont wait until the very last minute before looking after the presents you wish to hive It is impossible to carry a full line of everything and so maybe some of the things you want are not in stock and will have to bo ordered from the factories So dont put this important matter off I have already received some nice orders from Hardinsburg Brandenburg Irvington Ilawesyille Glcndeano und several other neighboring towns I have already sold lots of nice things to our own people and am ordering hoods most evory day The largo sale of goods to nut of town parties jjhows that I carry tho best lino of goods in this section and it shows that my prices are the most reasonable My holiday goods arc not hero yet but any order will be handled promptly Any article over one dollar engraved free of charge Do you notice my nice window displays d The Walter B Oelze Music and Jewelry Store CLOVERPORT KY x F a C The Breckenridge News I j WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 lU03 Your Uncle Fuller On The Fiddlers Contest Ulendenne Ky Nov 8 1003 Edi tor of the Breckenridge News Dear Sir I Boomin this weeks issue of the News the acooaiit of the Old Fiddlers o intent I for one say it was not old fashioned music that won the prize The winner played some old pieces but he played them uptodate I consider it one of the unfatrest things in which I have ever took part Whoever heard of using sharps and flats in old fashioned music and why did- I t make any differauce how you held your fiddle just so you played old fash coned music the oldfushioned way J I say if it was played with one incb of your bow and your fiddle on top of your head it was no ones business I have had oldfashioned music for supper breakfast and dinner for fifty one years and I have never heard such playing called old fashioned I did not care so much for the prize but I always like to see people take what they call for They advertised for one thing null it took another to win the prize They say they had five judges I rtont know how many they had because I never saw them and If I had 1 wouldnt have known them I hope for your next contest you will get old Noah and two or three of his boys to judge the contest So wishing you all the best times that man can have I remain Yours truly Your Uncel Fuller Louis Ashleyi Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lola Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery This great remedy is guaran teed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short Haynes Druggists Price fiOo and 100 Trial bottles free SOLDIER BOYS SEND- GREETINGS TO FRIENDS San Francisco Cal Out 20 1003I The Breckenridge News- Cloverport KyI Dear Sirs Having at last reached a poiut in my past year of life where I am at my leisure for a few minutes I will state I am glad that I Have the opportunity I have been traveling from roast to coast and from the north ern to the southern boundry and at present I am on the far western coast of the United States I have been cur ployed in the Quartermasters Depart ant for the Government and shall re main there some months to come I have a very good payititr position and am waking plenty of money My lust trip has boen recently from Oma ha to thin Francisco and I shall remain hero only a few days During my Journey here I traveled over some very beautiful country and stopped in sev eral large cities such as Denver Uheyenne Ogden and Sacramento but found for picturesque scenery ho Rockies very elaborate in natures state But beauty and simplicity lies in the state of California a fertile country with abundance of Mowers and birds and Above all the most ex qulslto thing is the climate which Is far superior to any clime I have been in even the grout trlplcal clime of Luzon in the far east What a pleas ure to witness the grandeur Drought before us wrought by the hand of nature and to know that you are In a land of milk and honey Any perI son or persons desiring a home with health in a land of natures hand1 work should come to Californiafor it is superior to all states in our native land and 1 think it leqds the world Further I wish to voice the sentiments of the boys from our dearly bo loved State Kentucky sending their fond greetings to the citizens of BrecKenridge county wishing then all success in life and hoping that the Breckeurldge News shall continue and grow up with the people and euiew erate with them in the near future If the Editor of the Breckenridge News wishes to have a correspondent from the far east he will kindly ad vise by letter Also I request him to send me three or four copies of the News with the publication of thIs letter in it as I know that I can get subscriptions for you if you have a correspondent from the far east as the trays wilt be very glad to get news from home as well as at their station Iin the far east With kindest regards and best wishes to all I remain Very respectfully Ernest Kennedy Manila P I care of hand 22 Infantry Future address O 4SIX 0 Lx4L Btan theilia Kind You Hara Always Bought Signature Jpf Statement of Public Debt The monthly statement of the public debt of tho United States at the close of business Oct 31 1103 snows that the total debt less cash in the treasury amounted to 920402501 which is an Increase for the month of 2040050 The debt Is recapitulated as follows Interestbearing debt 903277000 Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 1190030 Debt bearing no interest 3J2 6IU18 Total 1299030098 = Enjoyable Candy Pulling A candy pulling was given to the Jlover Blossoms of the Methodist church by Mrs R B Pierce Friday evening at her home The following young people were present Margaret Moorman Edith and Maggie Burn Edith and Eva Plank Pauline Moor man Verlle Windelkin Mamie Uru ham Maude Polk Alma LaMont Elizabeth Skillman Virginia Hudson Virginia Lenora and Mary McGav oak Jeanette Burn Lucy Adams Mildred Babbage Eloise Nolte Susy cUe and Francis Sawyer J TJ Bab bnge Jr Harold Murray Stewart and Virgil Babbage Harry Keatherholt Wilburn Chapin Vivian Robert and Fred Pierce The affair was a very enjoyable one To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orufuml the money If It fulls to cure E w arras signature Una euch box tic MooreRamsey Aaron Moore of near Eveleigh and Miss Tillie Ramsey daughter of Bill Ramsey of Brecuen ridge county were married Wednesday at the brides homeGrayson County Gazette AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe Its common to sneer at the country town With its quiet streets and its peaceful air Where the littlo river meanders down To be lost in the broad blue sea somewhere As we who think we ate wise are lost In the roaring city that like the sea Ithis its ebb and flow with its millions tossed As bubbles robbed of identity Theres fellowship in the country townCWith its empty streets and its spreading trees C Whore the country songbirds warble down At maids as fair as mini ever sees Where the wind blows sweet from tho fields near by Where mon know the names which their neighbors bear Whore a man is missed when hes gone to lie With tho peaceful ones who have ceased to care There are joys out there in tho country town That we of tho city may never learn In the rush for money and for renown Confronting strangers whereer we turnl Ohwasnt Gods world serene and fair In tho country town ore wo came away And wont it be sweet to sleep out there Far from tho citys roar some day 1 Chicago KccordIIcrald TTYYTYTYTYTYYYYYYTTYYTYTT TYYTYYYTYYTTYYYTYYYTTTYTY J DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you I r necessary write Dr Tenner Ho has spent a life tlmo curing Just such cases in yours All consultations Free- I have been a sufferer from rhuematlsn for over ten years and have often been con fined to my bed for several days and suffered intensely Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Curo afforded relief at once I new feel lIS well as I ever have In my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City Mo Druggists Ac fJ Ask for Cook Hook Fiiw Ior Sale Dy Short Haynes POULTRY POINTERS Laying hens m Lave meat or milk Always feed some whole grain at nightEarly hatched chickens usually make the best breeding fowls Feeding a little at a time and often is better than overfeeding at any tinn A liberal tie of ground bone will cor rect tho tendency to laying soft shelled eggsKeeping fowls on hard floors will frequently cause swollen feet and legs They must have some loose ground to scratch over- Turkeys must have a good range to be profitable They are insect caters by nature and need a good range In order to thrive well and grow economically After the ducks and geese art through laying the feathers should bo picked regularly Tho time to pick them is when the feathers are ripe and before the fowls begin to lose them What a True Scholar b The scholar in the true sense is tM man or woman for whom tho schools have dune their best The scholar knows some one thing thoroughly and can carry his knowledge into action With this he must have such knowl edge of related subjects and of human life as will throw this special knowledge I into proper perspective Anything less than this is not scholarship The than with knowledge and no perspective Is a crank u disturber of the peace who needs a guardian to make his knowledge useful The man who line common sense but no special training may be a fair citizen but he can exert little influence that makes for prog ress There may be a wisdom not of books but It can bo won by no easy process To gain wisdom or skill in school or out Is education To do anything well requires special knowledge and this is scholarship whether at tained in tho university or in the school of life It is tho man who knows that has the right to speak President Da vid Starr Jordan In Atlantic Epitaph Too SiiRKentlvo A man whose cheerful occupation is thnt of making tombstones Is tolling his friends about a woman who vie ited his place last week bud said she wanted n nice tombstone put over her husbands grave with some short elm pie Inscription on it lIe naked how she would like the word Hcsurgam She Inquired as to Its meaning and when he translated as I shall rise again she wild In a panic No no ulster make It Itest In Peace1 New York Press A ableCase One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the Innps cans 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 aysliThe coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds I tried a number of rem edies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four battles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to iny normal weight health and strength a Sold by All Drug Cos- Breach of Promise On last Wednesday Attorney Eugene C Vance tiled suit In the Hancock circuit court for Mrs Nancy Uabbert against George W Jarboe for 2500 damages for breach of promise to mar ry Both parties are wellknown citizens of Pateavl lie Both have been married and raised a family of children It is understood that the primary cause of the breach was the upposi Lion of Mr Jarboes children to the contemplated union Not Encouraging Do you know remarked tho pessi mist I think I have experienced every kind of hard luck on the list except hanging Well you shouldnt be discouraged remarked the optimist Remember the old adage While there is life there Is hope Cincinnati Enquirer W C T U National Convention Cincinnati Nov 1BTt16 thirtieth annual convention of the Womans Christian Temperance Union began ai session of six days here today with a very large attendance the five hundred delegates constituting only a small part of the visitor At 880 a in prayer meetings and conferences were held Mrs R J Trego nation alI evangelist was the leader of the opening devotional exercises I c v ABBEYS GLASS OF MILK An Amusing Btorr of the 7amoB Artlla Boyhood Day In tho days when Edwin A Abbey the distinguished illustrator and paint er was a small boy he had the habitt of critically scrutinizing every dish thai was set before him at the table much to the embarrassment of his family Ills frequent dismissals from the table were but ineffective reproofs and something had to be done to work a cureEddie said his mother one tiny I heard thee speak about going to Cousin Marthas for dinner next Sunday and I nui afraid wo will have to make thee stay at home until theo Ilearns politeness at the table Thy picking tit food would mortify me Tile threatened deprivation reduced the boy to tears and after he had sol emnly promised not to look at everything according to his habit he was told that he might go The day entail and a large and merry family gathered to do justice to a tempting meal Each of the little folks bad a glass of delicious rich country milk at his place Noticing that Edwin was surrepti tlously glancing at his glass Mrs Ab bey observed with a well understood meaning Edwin why art thou not drinking thy milk 1 With n determined air the boy hasti ly picked up the glass and shutting his eyes as tight as possible gulped its contents down This sudden procedure attracted the attention of all the guests and fearing at least a severe scolding the boy exclaimed I did it mother II swal lowed It- Swallowed what hurriedly asked Mrs Abbey now more alarmed than amusedThose two flies that got in my milk But swallowed them mother I swallowed them Isadore Hedges In La dies Home Companion FROM SOUTII AFRICA New Way of Using Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is n 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 gie itI I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they d3 and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes A IlnVil fond The way of the transgressor Is hard quoted the earnest citizen It Is unquestionably answered Senator Sorghum The way people have to employ lawyers and stand In vestigations Is calculated to cut down profits terribly Washington Star That Vnn All Maria demanded Mr Blllus In a loud voice what have you been doing to my razor Nothing said Mrs Blllus except sharpening It again after shaving Fl dos tall with It Its all right isnt It Chicago Tribune Ilcclnnlnir to Ilenllio It I never heard Dlnsmoro ncknowl edge that he was growing old before today How did ho acknowledge it He announced that he felt Just as young as ho ever dlllDetrolt Free Press Still Out Tess says shes ready to make up If you will said the peacemaker Tell her replied the obstinate Jess if I had a complexion as muddy as hers Id be ready to make up too Philadelphia Press DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sue to know of the wonderful made by Dr SwampRoot remedy the greet medi of the nine dis after years of by Kilmer the emi and blad specialist and is wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid troubles and Brlghts which Is the worst form of kdney Dr is not rec ommended for Thecures If you havekid ney or it will be found Just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways In work In private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful In every case that a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not It may have a bottle sent mall also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have or bladder trouble When writing this generous In this paper send your address t Dr Kilmer b Co hamton N Y kidney liver century research kidney Kilmer liver sample offer regular fifty cent and nomeotsamj hoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember tho name SwampKpot Dr Klllmera Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle lunpl bottle Departmat for THAOHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga AMERICAS BESTEditorially Fearless Consistently Republican News from all of the worldWell written original Answers to queries Articles ou Health the New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press the Western Newspaper receiving the telegraphic news service of the New York Sun and special cable of the New York Worlddaily reports from over 2000 special correspondents throughout the country YEAR ONE DOLLAR Subscribe for Breckenridtfo News and The Weekly Ocean one Year both papers 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 home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Kyi H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY wm practice professIon In all of the Courts of nod adjoining coun lies Special attention given collecting road cases and criminal practice to practice In United States District Courts Office over Haulc Uartllnsburg i 1tii Glass I MEATSFor Occasions Fred MayC- ity Meat Market CLOVE RPORT KY 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 quri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars and for singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars t False Accusation Worn n are n luallj tctuitd o f ipeadlnf too much nm before the mirror but tII truth la that mo- womeadonotependenou h surel11 ou would jolt itnln your skin a little mono cloMl77oa would rll how very much thou pimple black b youfaint never enc eeufully hid tbtn nragrs ol Impure blood Th trouble Ii on the Inside and that Ii where the treat menu aunt bttrln Keep your liver attire and Iht blood pure and you will have no taunt to fled with your complexion DR THAGHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP The Road to Good Health cures plmpln ttt r enema carbuncle ttcr sputa and boll keiInlbe blood and rich th upnSets Sealmays the akin sort and moth and flats lbs cheeks with the row of health yes O J HEBNDON Ortenboro Ala bsayslood of the 1 hays used a Uver and Byrop for llrr complaints and Impure bloodsbar received move bal from It tban an ever taken i Ask your rfDDry form B cent Uanld form 10 otwocent stamp p for tad writ our ConjalU tree canfldtatUI advice Ii Tenn a stories Home only entire Inter his to License A I via A can DrThacher ONEWAY RATES Every day from September ICth to November 3oth inclusive the Union Pacific will sell oneway tickets from Missouri River Terminals Council Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive as follows 2000 to Ogden and Salt Lake City j 2000 to Helena and Butte Montana 2250 to Spokane and Wenatchee Washington 2250 to Huntington and Nampa Idaho 2500 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle 1 2500 to Vancouver and Victoria 2500 to Ashland and Astoria Ore gon via Portland 2500 to San Francisco Los Angles and San Diego- Correspondingly low rates to many other California Oregon Washington Montana Utah and Idaho points From Chicago and St Louis propor tionately low rates are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Pacific For full information cull on or ad dress IW H CONNOR Q A 1tNNUl11Mitga kittxMltltNltllRltft kotorcsi RATES VIA TilE = ear ss s Onehalf rate plus two dollars from = Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem = J= phis to points inI= MISSOURIARKANSAS I = I INDIAN TERRITORY I = OKLAHOMA = = = a TEXASLOUISIANA = = This rate is in effect on the first and Ithird Tuesdays of each month Full se II p information furnished upon applicaI = lion to any passenger agent of the Icompany or to Is PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT = Frisco System II Saint Louts I61a1elelaMleMNitltltlglltNMNRlelelNaleI J L MOORMAN DENTIST Office over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attentloa to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND ROWN and BRIDGE WORK Priest Mod erale Satlsfacllin Goaranleid Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall yon can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ISO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC a u ioI 1 Ud4W r rlrlfhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1003 d SOLEMN AND IMPRESSIVE Were the Confirmation Services Held at St Roses Catholic Church Wednesday OVER FORTY WERE CONFIRMED Confirmation services were held at V St Roses Catholic church last Wed i j ne day morning by the Right Revernd i Iii il Bishop McOloskey of Louisville The i r sacrament of confirmation was admin 1 i Petered by Bishop McCloskey to forty t i two members of the church abou- tt t t restt1 1 1 H in the services by Father Edwin DruI T ry of Knottsville Father Aloysius Meyering of Browns Valley and JFather Cejestine Brey pastor of the lurch The special music and sing j E upproEof n sweetly solemn nature The ser vices began about 0 oclock and con abed until about 11 oclocK The services began witn high mass nt jj 9 oclock During high mass the choir accompanied by Miss Ella Popnam on the organ and Mr Will Mattingly on the violin sang Battmans mass in F in Latin At the offertory during high mass a beautiful rendition of Ave Maria according to the music of Cavalier Rusticnna was given after the communion At the close of hign mass Miss Florence Lewis accompanied by Miss Popham on the organ and Mr Mattingly on the violin sang Holy City in English High mass was followed by an appropriate sermon from Father Drury Bishop McClosjcey arrived on the 1009 train from Louisville and wa drlven in a carriage at once to the I church As he entered the church the choir sang Veni Creator Spiritus in Latin When they had finished Bishop McCloskey made a talk to the children The administering of the sacrament of confirmation by Bishop McCloskey Assisted by Fathers Drury Meyering raid Brey was a very solemn and lIT pressive ceremony The bishop extended his hands over those to be confirmed as they knelt before himand prayed that the Holy Ghost might comedown upon them Then he made the sign of the cross on the forehead of each one with holy oil which is olive oil mixes with balsam and blessed by the bishop on Holy Thursday every year After the confirmation the choir gave a splendid rendition of the beau KindlyLIghtAt the close of tne services before leaving tha church nil who had been confirmed were led in prayer by Father Brey for the grace of persever ante This service is called confirmation because it strengthens or confirms soul with divine grace and is a irment in which baptised persons the Holy Ghost that they may stead faith and lead j i UprightChristian lives The con 1 ifirmation is a sacrament institutejL Jesus Christ which Indeed to use r 5oaaar REWARD IL frWOMEN I I jf WHO CANNOT BE CURED centuryofuch as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of feelrullylegal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure dosboredpltyslcianlbutMrlGcorgeSouth n I had given up all hope of ever gettiL tier Thought I wpuld write to you When I received your letter telling me what to do I commenced to take your Favorite Prescription and follow your advice I have taken ten bottles in all also five vials of the Pleasant Pellets Am now regular slier hay lug missed two years and suffered with pain In the head and bi I was so nervous could not eat or sleep Tw I can thank you for my recovery Dont hesitate to write to Dr R V Pierce chief consulting physician to the Invalldsl Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo NY If you want good medical advice from a fully qualified physician as to your per tonal good health Such letters are always answered free of charge and confidentially otherfacentury and being recommended by all remedytoPrelcriptie1 tain a particle of alcohol to destroy the systemliatelllgence by suggesting some other com pound which he Uj rood because he makes it himselfust TIIaiIi ir nrn words of St Augustine in theI Ithe of visible seals is ns sacred as Baptism itself Between eleven and fourteen is the upual age for receiving the sacrament of confirmation Most of the boys and girls who were confirmed were of this age It was the first chance those who were older have had to be con firmed as they could not be present nt previous services of n like nature A week previous to the services Wedne day Father Brey gave special instructions every day to those who were to be confirmed in regard to the do3 trine of the church especially that part dealing with tbe graces of confirmation Those who nt the end of the week had sufficient knowledge along the lines were allowed to receive tbe sacrament of confirmation The greater part of the members of the church are now confirmed With a strong united membership and a zealous and btloved pastor the church enjoys a steady growth as a factor tor the moral and spiritual advancement of tbe community NOTES shtop McCloskey has been in Cloverport during the past coven years He corn mented favorably on the town nnd said it has improved much since he was here the last time The last confirmation services at St Roses were held about three years ago by Bishop Hitcher of Grand Rapids Michigan which was during the first part of Father Brcyn pastorate Father Edwin Drury of Knottsville who is mentioned above has oftened visited Father Brey and is wellknown to many people in this vicinity He is well versed in the doctrine of the Catholic church and devotes much timeI in writing articles for the magazinesi on this subject Inn recent work What The Church Teaches he imparts his valuable and useful knowledge along these lines to the public in a clear direct and simple style The book has been out only a few weeks but has received numerous words of praise from the press The worKJR printed by Benziper Brothers printers to the Holy Apostolic See A iclentlflc Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do f jr itself even when but lightly disordered or overloaded Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat nnd enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by All Drug Co Whole Town was Threatened Rookport lad had n M+ C0 fire las week in the business portion of thei town Three of the Ingest stores in the town had a narrow escape from being burned antI for a time it lookell- a8 though the whole town was threatened A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove IllIt developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and reme fneyears flaJu tvej J Piles 25c at short Haynes Drug- Store DERBY IND John Shntz is on the sick list Dr Hargls was In Mooleyvllle Friday Scott Hargis was in Louisville last weekMr Ott EbilseJsor was in town FridayHenry BlacK went to Cannelton ThursdayHerman OBrien was over from Mooleyville Tuesday Davis Cunningham was down from Brandenburg last week J W Davis was in Cannelton the greater part of this week I J W McQInty has been up from Rockport the past two weeks Misses Nellie Littla and Mollie Hat field of Dexter attended the institute here Saturday Sam Mitohel left last week for Marion Ind where he will attend school this winter Miss Maud McGinty who has been visiting fnends and relatives here the past weekreturned to her home at Concordia Thursday Mrs Anna Black and little son Clayton and Mrs Maud McGinty and daughter were the guests of Mrs S A Mitohel Wednesday Henry Lampkins met with a very painful accident recently While cutting wood n piece flew into his eye which caused him to lose the al ght of the member DrP 0 Mitchell who has been attending the dental collage in LouIs- ville was the guest of his parents nere his week They will return to Louisville Tuesday I FEMALEWEAKNESS 64212 Congress St oct171902Isuperiorto subfeted prostrat3dhaveblindingheadaanas swell us and I would beet 10 weak I feltdiscouragedthe help of physicians but Wine of Oardui came EM a Godsend to me I felt a change for the bettor within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies I and soon became regular and without pain Wino of Ivlshthatgood qualities p212 IsTreasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have failed that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of todayWINElOF I CARDUI = EDITORIAL VARIETIES Autumn is nearly past and nothing has been done to celebrate Cloverport centennial The occasion should be observed and It Is still not too late For a while there was a plan on foot to celebrate the centennial with a street fair and a big parade of floats representing the industries of the town The scheme was to be planned and put on its feet by tho young men of the town This was the talk but it fell through The qnrsticn now is- mho can be secured to celebrate the centennial We would suggest that the K P lodge tatcA the matter in hand Its now too late for a street fair or parade of floats but they can have some kind of a contest or Indocr amusements in honor of the occasion A lodge can put anything through like this much better than n few in dividuals The other two local lodges the Masons and the AO D Ws have contributed their part of the material for the amusement and benefit of the community through a barbecue and old fiddlers contest respectively Its now up to the Sir Knights to do their part iWhat has become of the Brecken ridge County Farmers Institute There was none last year and there will be none this year Its too late for one this year and for that reason there should be a large delegation of Breck enridge county farmers at the Perry county Ind Farmeri Institute which will be held at Toblnsport December 4 and 5 The good farmers have issued a hearty invitation to the of Perry and Breckenridge nil should attend Next year county should have a farmers institute by all means Nothing helps the farmer more than to get together with his neighbors apd exchange ideas for the betterment of their methods of husbandry Breck enridge county is entitled lIkO other counties to an institute for farmers and n certain sum is set aside every year for this purpose hy the state each county being given the necessary funds to pay the expenses of an Insti tute The Stnte also provides a num ber of good speakers who are experts in their department of husbandry The farmers institute held in this city a number of years ago is said by many to have been the best they attended The farmers realize benefit of the Institutes to them jtney should look into the matter sere that they get what is due them and that next year There is a big chance awaiting the Investor in this city next year A combined ice factory electric light and waterworks plant would be a paying investment It would cost a big sum to finance the thing but tho profits would in n few years remunerate the investor The location of more industries and more people here points to the fact that the improvements named above are becoming more and more needed and will be established here soon Its tho investor who takes the matter In hand first who will reap the benefits Mr Jeorge Kraus Dead Cannelton IndNov lSNews has GeoriteIdied at the home of his son in Little Hook Ark HP was eightytwo years of age and was one of the landmarks of the county being a farmer and wine manufacturer The remains will arrive tomorrow for burial WOLF CREEK James Williams went to Little Dixie TuesdayWilliam Ethmon was in Alton on business Saturday Mrs Robert Owings is visiting friends Iin Brandenburg- Mr and Mrs Henry Howard were in Brandenburg one day last week Miss Laura Etherton spent Saturday with Misses Jennie and Dora Flun neryMrs Will Porkhiser nnd Miss Estel la Owiugs were In Paynesville latt weeK Miss Annie Williams returned to Buck Grove lust week to finIsh her schoolMiss Beatrice Howard was the guest of Misses Laura and Forest Etherton Saturday night James Flanuery is painting on the towboat at Finley which has been tied up at this place for sometime on account of low water Robert Elder died at his home after a short illness He leaves Qo wife and one child His remains were taken to Flint Island for burial JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlalii Stomach and Liver 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 cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver arm bowels Price SO cents per box For salt by Short Haynes Cant Secure Insurance The order directing R N Hudson receiver of the Central Clay Product companys plant in the eastern ex tremity of this city to have tbe plant insured has been set aside by the United States court Mr Hudson reported that he can not secure insurance on the plant on account of the isolated location and nonoperation of said plant Jane Weatherholt has been kept stationed at the plant day and night as watchman by Mr Hudson to guard against fire or theft since he was I made receiver Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dol 1 lars could do him no lasting good De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for outs burns brises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for tho name DeWitt on the package all others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by All Drug Co Interment at Garfield The remains of Miss Sheltie S Bra ner who died at 1724 West Jefferson street Louisville at 1 oclock last Thursdaymorning were taken to Garfield Friday morning for interment Miss Bruner is twenty years old She was the daughter of George W Bruner jLaxative Bromo Quinine Cures a Cold In Ono CPysJS A on every Ci I nhIres box 2Sc BED Nr CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky BABBAGEj PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot cling estates All collections road jnablo Cloverport Kentucky Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repw tents the natural Juices of digestion u they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr 5 S Ball of Ravensvood W Va says I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty yens midforKodol Digests What You Eat Bonks only trlaIlIzePrepared by E O DWITT A 00 CHICAGO Bold by all Druggists = Columbia Salad Fork CJ Articles not alone beautiful but useful and durable make the most sensible gift These good features together with a moderate price make the genuine Brospan ideal Holiday gift They are made In a great variety of shapes sizes and designs handsomely packed in lined cases and vary in price from 25c to 350 Your dealer can supply to Write youinISTKRSATIOKAI KILTER CO Pam M r to MEHIDEN BUITAKNIA COt JUrldtn CODa rL Columbia Salad Spoon t Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED t 4 u reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFirstt i IRVINGTON KY 2 VicePresidentSI of Corporations Firms and Individual solicited iiAccounts o Interest Paid on Time Deposits ssssssss eeeN sieeNW NM The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized ln1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F 1 LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest p Id on time deposits NNNI OOO NN N0 10 14NNNNNNNN0 0 t Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRUSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier o DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard RichardsonI22Interest paid on time deposits i io O NN N0 N 0 N N00NN N NNN01N0 N u OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAILYo Xxx CUSTOri GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY p a i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 100J THE STATELY STORK nil Immense Power on the Wing and Isla Lnck oC Voice In Holland the nests of Storks are generally on the summit of a tall post put up on purpose for them on which Is fixed an old cart wheel Says an Hngllsli writer A Dutch gentleman of my acquaintance tins one such post in his grounds within sight of his li brary window but he Improves on the cart wheel by having an Iron frame work for the reception of the nest The first year It was put up toward the end of June a solitary young stork used to come dally and Inspect this framework I saw him there myself one day standing In the empty recep tacle exactly like a would be Benedict inspecting an empty house content plating the view and wondering If the drains are all right The verdict was apparently favorable for next season saw the nest occupied by the newly wedded pair Their power of wing Is very fine and on hot days I hue watched thorn ascending spiral circles hardly moving their broad black wings till they have looked no bigger than flies After the young are hatched they appear to be suspicious of one another and unwilling to leave the nest unguarded Storks have no voice The only noise they make Is klapperlng snapping their great red mandibles rapidly and loudly Thus they greet one another generally by throwing back the head until the upper mandible rests on tie back but occasionally klapperlng Is performed with the head and bill In the former position I A Practical Uenionntratlon See this valve said the officer You will always hove to open that be fore turning the faucets for the show er Should you tall to open It you will got no water Aye aye sir sold the sailor stand ing at attention with a solemn look The ofllcer fearing that his explanation might not be understood stepped under the shower and turned on both faucetsSome one had opened the lower naive and when the young ofllcer I opened the faucets tIll water came down through the shower In a deluge soaking his uniform Still standing at attention and with the most respectful look of Interest In the proceedings of his superior ofllcer the sailor watched the practical demon Stratton of the working of the faucets never allowing n smile to cross his taco I think I understand the workings of It now sir he said Chicago Ilec onMIemld Shot Considerable difference will be found In the wearing qualities of two pairs of shoes of the sumo quality and make worn by different persons Shoes worn continuouslyl In the house and outdoors will never give ns much wear ns If worn one dry sad left to rest a day t Kiivi8 money to wear cheap house sliof within doors and let the shoes WOI outdoors rest and get Into shape Keep an old pour of shoes to wear under rubbers The perspiration of the feet whir Ii India rubber excites ruins good leather Select strong calfskin and Itcrp It well oiled In winter for outdoor wear Iov shoes are bettor for hour wear been line they penult of ventila lion The hand Is free front many of time Ills of the foot partly because of Its continuous exposure to the air Boston Budget Pecullnrlllc of Worms Many cr ntures supposed to have some of their senses missing are net no insensitive as people otter think Worms have neither eyes nor ears and yet are sensitive to light and music vide Durwlns Earthworms A bluebottle In spite of not having a nose finds out a piece of bad meat easily enough In short many of the lower animals contrive to see hear taste or smell Hiilllclontly for their pur pose and often In a high degree with out being able to point to any special organs of these sensed In their bodies mind to suppose they arc devoid of a sense because wo are unable to dis cover it is frequently to confess our Ignorance re Her Weapon Is your wife n club woman Mike Harry the likes o thot sor She uses a flatiron sor Detroit Free Tress READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 2 1001 This is to certify that I have been toured of kidney trouble by the use of the Tftxas Wonder Halls Great r Discovery and can cheerfully recom n end it to all sufferers from kidney trouble A BUILSON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes ravel1 cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame bunks rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles In children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mull on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testi monials Sld by druggists Office 2031 01ive street J J AA- y FOILING A HIGHWAYMAN The Proper ThinG to Do When Intro dnceil to a Holdup A man who carries his money and his watch In his left hand will nor lose a penny nor a timepiece In a hold up Tile precaution which Is a per feet one Is so simple that few people have thought of It Yet It has the sanction of time police and Its efficacy has been proved In more than one In stanceAs as the citizen Is confronted by the holdup wan he will If he has his money and his watch In his hand throw them on the merest lawn or Into the ditch No highway robber has time enough to stop to look for either There Is no sense In carrying valuables In the right hand because time first move of every accomplished holdup man Is to grab his victim by the right arm This movement Is made to pre vent the victim from reaching for a revolverThe who tries to draw n revolver while a holdup manls In front of him takes his life In his hands If a citizen carries a revolver at all he should carry It In his right hand while In a dangerous street Ills money and his watch should always be In his left Then after he has thrown them away and the robber has departed discomfited the victim can take his time about finding his property This simple plan discounts all the revolvers sword canes slngshots and brass knuckles ever Invented sad has the added beauty that It can be err ployed by a woman as well as by n man To throw the purse or the watch away takes but a fraction of a second and that Isnt long Chicago Tribune Stilt Wnlltcm of France In the south of France stilts are a necessity to the people who are mostly shepherds They must walk on stilts In order to oversee their vast flocks of sheep as well as to pass through the bogsThese shepherds men women and childrenwalk continuously on stilts from six to eight feet high These stilts are merely fastened to the feet Sometimes the stilts have upright reaching as far as the knees and bound firmly to the legs Generally these shepherds and shep herdesses carry long poles which they can use either as balancing poles or as supports very long canes ns It wtrlreaching to the ground They become so expert In stilt walking that It Is no unusual sight to see a shepherdess striding along on stilts that raise her six feet above the ground with her balancing pole strapped to her back und her hands busily knitting socks for husband son or brother The complete unconcern with which those country folk make their way along on stilts Is astonishing One might almost say that the children have stilts given to them Instead of cradles Washington Star MuHlrnl Tone A stringed Instrument suspended In a favorable position near n pianoforte will sound when tones corresponding to the open strings are produced on th1 pianoforte Time volume of the answering true will depend upon the atmospheric conditions the quality und color of the perfiiiullng tone and the sensi tiveness of the responding material There Is a familiar anecdote told of a famous tenor who by singing the tone that was consonant with that of a wineglass could make the glass sliver so violently that It would fall to pieces It Is because of tills tonalI sympathy that the cause of a harsh rattling tone that may suddenly appear In a pianoforte Is detected with difficulty Though it may appear to be In the in strument It IIs often far away and mny wine from n IOOJP globe or pendant on a chnndpllcr ISreii a key In a door has been known to be the guilty cause There is one natural way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine iie applied direct to the affected membrane The remedy is Elys Cream Balm It restores the inflamed tissues to a healthy state withont drying all the life out of them and it gives back the lost senses of taste And smell The sufferer who is tired of vain experiments should nse Cream Balm Druggists sell It for SO cts Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York will wall it ITU Bloater StroKe George Ferguson said his wife looking with crushing scorn at thus gaudy rug he had bought at a special sale I wonder It ever in your life you knew a good bargain when you saw It The case was critical Mr Ferguson saw that something 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