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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSfm ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1904 8 Pages NO 8 F r LIFES END COMES I TO B C DIECKMAN One of Countys Most Prominent I Business Men Dies At His Home at Stephensport t WAS BORN IN GERMANY IN 431 a JB C DieoKman one of the countya best known and most prominent business men died Friday night at 11 oolook at his home In Stepheosport after au illness extending through several months He had been in yyidly failing health for sometime j and death was due to a general letting down of his system Mr DIeckman was born in Ger many in 1843 Ii e immigrated to I this country and settled in Canada JiBe then resided in Illinois Iowa and n Kansas when he came to Breoken ridge county and settled on a farm about five miles from Stephensport rThis was about 1890 and about two v or three years ago he took up his real dence in tftephensport He owned the i flour mill at Stephensport which was operated by his sons daring his illness He was a popular business man a good citizen and a member of h the M E church South The funeral was conducted from the Stephensport Methodist church Monday morning at 11 oclock by Rev J O Hoskmson and the interment was I in the Stephenport cemetery Two sisters one in Indianapolis Ind and one in Pekin Ill his r4wife apd nine children survive Mr 1Jleo man The latter are Warner John Herman Fred Anna Effie Matilda Mrs Fena Morgan and Mrs Lena Hoover All live about Ste phensport except Mrs Hoover wno I t is in Kansas BUILDING NOTES Work will be begun this week on a residence on the lot south or M WeatherhoItH home by contractor J 1 M Lewis for J H BrownIWork was begun tearing down Mayor L T Heida cries cct tage to make room for a twostory residence JM Lewis is the con r tractor J M Lewis has a contract to build a 22x40 frame building for Con ippel the shoemaker to be erected on tljp lot east of Fred Mays butcher shop and used as a shop AT CHURCH HOME AFIRE fi Yatesvtlle Ky Sept OSpeclal- It Is reported that George Gabbert 0 0Sr of Goering while in church at Bethlehem Sunday afternoon found that his house was on fire He got Into a buggy and drove home but Pea too late the roof was falling in There was an insurance but its 4jalue is unknown at present MRS JACKSON DEADf Pteaville Ky Sept8Special Mrs Cord JacKson who has been ill for some time of consumption died at uur home near this place last Thurs fjay night Besides a husband and Tnfctit a brother a sister and her rather survives her Her remains were interred in toe Bethlehem cemetery HANDSOME MATRON- The sooletj page of Sundays Louis villa Herald was adorned witn a large picture of Mrs J R Lancaster nee Miss Dome Guedry of Ekron who has gone to Winslow Ariz to reside Mrs Lancaster Is a very handsome marton APPELLATE DOCKET ThJSr docket ofttie court iapP N fo Breckeurdge coubtg la tolloira G mmonwealth dll Kent oky pla etovs Pate etctLea plttpyJpfJUl5e etc vs JjeGrWd t artMOo vs BrecKenrljilgBanlr Li t =1 SMALL ATTENDANCE VMV 1 V t ITyeity public school opeuedMbn day morning The attendance at the white echorlJ lob was light com pared tp previous years x TE CETALE ft Elcron Ky Sept OSpeolal Prof H K Taylor of Louisville will speak here on the evening of Sept 14 on temperance X 1 Jig TOarABeeth nThe ht ettltect Yldl PIPE DREAM j Nothing Known Here About Evansville Story of 1400 Pearl Found Near Here The following dlspatcn appears in one of the leading dailies of western Kentucky Evansville Ind Seph 2A peart worth several thousand dollars found near Cloverport Ky waR brought to this city yesterday oy Henry F Katb of that place Mr Kath pur chased the stone from the finder paying 1400 for It He had theI pearl on exhibition at the Acme where he is a guest Three other pearl buyers were registered at theI same hotel being W F Campbell of Cloverport Ky Messrs L Wilson and George C Sohmelwoski of New York Of late all have made some lucky purchases numerous pearls hav ing been found in this section The above dispatch must be theI result of some Evansville reporter or correspondents pipe dream Nothing i Is known here of such a valuable find and neither Henry F Kath nor W F Campbell live in Cloverport Mr Kath was in Cloverport recently and bought eome shelly another mussel products from W B Phelps one of the local mussel shell buyersj but not a valuable pearl like tie onp spoken of above Local mtfreel snail men were surprised when Jed aboutI the find Probably the most valuable pearl found in the Ohio at thib point is oneI owned by Chas Bohler which is worth about 1o- 5COMMISSIONERS SALE I Breckinrldge Circuit CourtKentucky I A n Skillman Trustee c I lJl1lotllTlfEqUIlY No By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court ren dered at May Term thereof 1004 in tLe above cause for the Sum of Three Hun dred and Ninety Nine Dollars and Sixty Cents 309 60Iwith interest at the rate of 0 pre cent per annum from the 11th day of 1IayI 1904 until paid and all costs there in I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auc J tion on Monday the 20th day of Sept 10U4at one oclock PMor thereabout j being County Court day upon a credit Six and Twelve months the following described property to wit A certain tract or parole of land situated lying and being in the Counjj ty of Bmckenridge and State of Ken tucsy on the waters of Hull creek and beginning at two ashes now dead and down Bnrditts corner in Hestons line thence with Burditts line N 50JJ W 100 poles to sassafras on Murrays corner thence with Murrays lino N I 80 E 100 poles to a Spanish oak originally marked thence S 80 E 84 poles to a small bmh thenc0 04 poles to the beginning containing I 469 acres more or less and is theI came land conveyed to Anderson DeHaven by John Daniel and Mar garet Daniel by deed dated April 18th 1874 and recorded in deed book 80 at page 86 in Brefeenridge County Clerks opine CFsnffioient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bondI bearing legal interest from the nay of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained monefvBiddersy promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 148780 Lee Walls Commissioner STEALS AND LEAVES Ernest Moorman colored porter at the St George Hotel stole a razor from a traveling man last week Marshal De Haven gave him two hours in which to show up the razor He couldnt do this conveniently in that time and left townMRS LEOUSCHDEAD MrajJake JLeou ch died Saturday at rTobinsportIud She leaves one daughter Mr Gep Wheeler and two sons Jpo and Ie1ter Leoiisch The funeral was held at Tpblnsport Sunda- yHINTONBURDETTE Oscr Hinton and Miss Mlrtie Bur dette fMattingly were married at Cannelton last Wednesday BIRTHS m To the wife of C Brown Stephens port Sept 1 a boy To the wife of L R Lair Dallas Texas Aug 28 a girl Qlosln out saleW B O- elzeIl w WEDDING SURPRISED ALL THEIR FRIENDS MrvJ M Fallon of This City and Miss Jennie W Ale Adams Are Wedded BOTH POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE + Mr Joseph M Fallon of this city and bliss Jennie Wroe McAdams of Hawesville were married Sunday morning at 8 ochvK at Hawesville The ceremony was performed at the residence of the brides parents in the presence of a few friends and relativesMr Mrs Fallon left on the morning train for Louisville they will spend a week The whereI reside at Hawesville where they will be at home to their friends after September 11 Miss McAdams is a daughter of Mr and Mrs C C McAdams of Hawesville and one of the most charming and popular young ladies of that place Mr Fallon is a son of Mr and Mrs Alonzo Fallon of this city He is a popular young employe of the Hen derson Route with whom he has held several responsible positions He is at present operator and timekeeper on the Henderson Routji work train Mr Fullon and MIMoAdams are an excellent young couple and have many friends in Cloverport and Haw esville to whom heir wedding was quite a surprise as their engagement wasnot Know until about a week ago OLD RESIDENT DEAD Henry Miller au old resident of Perry county Ind died last Wednesday of vcancer at his home about two miles east of Tobinnport at the age of about seventyeight He was a farmer and shoemaker The funeral service Vas conducted by Rev A Powell at the upper cemetery at Tobins port last Thursday A daughter Mrs J H Payne with whom he lived is the only near relative who survives MISS WHITE RETURNS Miss Mannie White has returned from a visit at Brainerd Minn to Mrs U A M Johnston who is a wellknown musician having been principal of a Michigan conservatory of music and having visited her sis er Mrs J GHarris of this city Miss White will resume her music class this week with the beginning of school and with an Increased membership MISSION SERVICES Mission services will begin at St Roses Catnolic church on Sunday Sept 18 and continue one week There will be a lecture morning and evening on each day during the sere ices Several visiting ministers will take part 1 n the services the princi pal of whom will be Father Edwin Urnry of Knottavllle NEW WHARFMASTER- Rev L Burdette who has been local whartmaster for the Louisville Evansville Packet Co for some time went to Cabot Hancock county Satnrdaj to reside He is succeeded us whartmaster by Will Furrow who assumed the duties of the office last Thursday ICE CREAM SUPPER- An ice cream and box supper will be given at Jolly Station Saturday night September 10 for the benefit of the Jolly and Pleasant View schools by the teachers Miss Katie McCabe and GeorgeGray WILL CHANGELOCATION Stephensport Ky Sept 0 SpeolalThe Smith Hotel will change its location this week as it will be moved into Mrs M Blaine property on Main street where it can more conveniently serve the public MARRY AT WOLF CREEK Wolf Creek Ky Sept 6th Special Miss Fannie Cunning ham and HarryGonnteramn were mar ried Wednesday evening Rev John Willett officiating ffihe bride hall many friends here JAS CAREY DEAD James Carey an old and well known citizen of Rome Ind died on Tuesday of last week The funera was held at his home last Thursday 4 THE BURG NEWS AS IT IS TOLD BRIEFLY Frank Dellaven Buys Livery Stab leMrs T Rhodes Paralyz edMinister Called TWELVE ITEMS OF INTEREST Hardinsburg Kv Sept OSpe- olaI Frank DeHnven has bought the local livery stable of Vie Robert son The consideration was f4500 Mr Robertson will continue to deal in horses and mules The Rev Everett English of Ste phensport has been called as pastor by the Baptist church of this place It is probable that he will accept Mrs Thomas Rhodes suffered a partial stroke of paralysis last Wed nesday At present shbts somewhat improvedThe school will commence Monday Prof Haley and Misses Maude Smith and Mattie Hook are the teachersMr Hazzard of Louisville was here last week and installed a 700 vocallon in the M E church South ProfAnarew Driskell gave an ice cream snpp at Harned Saturday thepening for benefit of the sbhool Tne Hev W F Hogard who has been assisting in a protracted meet Iniat Stithton returned home last week Evan Royalty will enter the dental college in Louisville the first 61 the monthThe Rev W H Calvert is conduct ing a protracted meeting at Fairview church of Beard Co have commenced work on the new Masonic building The Parochial school building is rapidly nearing completion Hillary Hardin is crushing rock for the streets ot the town ADDITIONAL LOCAL Swiss cheese at the English Kitchen W B Phelps was in Owenoboro FridayDr A Simons was in Hender eon last Friday Gold Dust flour is the best Ask your grocer for it Two bcxes prize popcorn for 5 cents at the English Kitchen Miss Ray Heyser went to Glendeane Thursday to visit relatives Mrs Ed Wood came up from Owens boro Monday to visit friends Chas Ryau has been up from Evans yule several days the past week Mr and Mre L Pate left yesterday for Kansas where they will reside Mrs T H Carson of Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs W R EmbryMiss Virginia Ross of Kanawha W Va is the guest of ner brother J A Ross Miss Jennro Warfield has been the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Fraize the past week S H McCraoken J M Fitch L T Reid and ChatS Jackson were In- tonisvilleMondayMrs leaves today for Huntington W Va to spend several weeks with relatives Miss Adelia Moorman went to Hen derson Friday TO spend two weeds with Miss Olivia Orr Mrs J B Randall of Louisville was the guest of friends in the city Wednesday and Thursday Miss Ruth Haynes returned Satur day from an extended visit to Mrs Wm Igerman at Orand view Ind Mrs J T Lewis and children of Irvington were the gnsets of her brohterA R Fisher several days last weekMrs Jno Jarboe and daughter Miss Mary were the guests of the Misses I Adair at Hawesville part of last week Mrs William WitP came up from Owensboro last Wednesdayatfer spending several weeks with her son Jus Witt Mrs JC Nolte and little daugh ter Eloise returned Friday from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs E H Witt at Rosetta MrsE H Miller ot Stephnnsport and Mrs Frank Ferry and little son Miller of Louis ville were the guests of Mrs Nancy Ferry last Wednesday 5 i J f iY HOW TO DO IT Good Organization and Ticket Can Win For Republicans Thinks J R Eskridge Mr Jesse R Eskridge who has been at hit home in Hardinsburg for a two weeks visit was asked be fore leaving for Owensboro if he would accept a place on the Repub lican county ticket neAt year In reply he gave out this statement for publicationThere is only one county office that offers any inducement to me 1 refer to tnat of county attorney I would have to resign my position in the internal revenue service to make the race which would be a sacrifice yet it the Republicans of my county think my nomination would be to the interest of the party I would accept it aud make the race to win 1 do not thinK a Republican nomination next yaAr will be equiva ent to an election by any means I believe on the other hand it would mean a hard fight against an enemy already intrenched in office and back ed by a fine organization effected by Dr Milton Board whose political prowess I am glad to know has been recognized in a handsome way by his party But with a good organization and the exercise of good judgment in the selection of a ticket I believe the Republicans of my county can win PICKED UP Mr John Biedenkoff banker farmer and leading gold Democrat of Grand view Ind in speaking of the politi cal situation in his county Spencer says There were 225 Dem ocrats in my precinct who voted fo McKinley in 1900 This year they will all vote for Parker Onr county is normally Republican but I think it will give a Democratic majority in Nuvember Jim Dean of Glendeane has forty five acres of red tobacco said to be the finest crop in the county He began cutting last week J R Rhodes a fine tobacco grower of the Forks of Rough was returning from Louisville last week He has a lot or tobacco up there and was trying the market The spices did not suit him so he rejected his sales He thinks the price will be better later on His present crop of eight acres he says is as fine as ever rais ed Mr Rh des has been a reader of the Newt for over twentyfive years and likes it He paid up his subscrip tion and a year in advance Little things like this make the editor feel good They help him over the rough places If all of our subscribers could do likewise we would have no trouble in meeting our payments on our new engineJuige John S Adair cashier of the Two States Bank Stephensport says business is splendid with him and his bank is doing a much better business than he expected Lots of tim ber and farm products moving in our Section money plentiful with a good demand No kicks coming up our way Nobody talking politics All seem to be satisfied with the way things are going and as a matter of course they are not talking much FRYMIRE The moonlight picric at H L Bruners was mite a success- S J Baabani and Henry Cashman went fishing fihalast week at Flint Island V- V Henry Nevitt who has been visitin friends and relatives here hag return ed t3 yisIIUrlr Mrs J W Barr and daughter Ge trade were in Brandenburg Saturday visiting the directors and teachers of ijut T schools1 there L ii Miss E Gertrude Allenn tenteJteftl school at Ekron She will receiveI musical instructions from Mrs D H Lewis in Brandenburg Alex Adkisson and his son are busy making barrels They have a large crop of apples this time There are several good crops of apples on the tints Miss D Basham also the Misses Mercer visited Mrs B F Gilllland last Saturday and Sunday also Mrs H E Frymire and son Tunis Miller and Miss Vanda Frymire spent Sunday with her c I J r SELL THEIR COAL MINES AT FENLEY DStewart Millers Sonsof Owens boro Buy Auburn Ash Coal Companys Property MAY ENGAGE IN OTHER DEALS The Auburn Ash Coal company which has its main offices In this city has sold its coal mines at Fenley Hancock county to D Stew art Millers Sons of Owensboro D Stewart Millers Sons took possession of the mines last Thursday They will operate them under ths name of the Fenley Coal company D Stewnrt Miller is an experienced coal operator and has leases on coal lands in several sections of Hancock county which he intends to develop He has also been an arbitrator in this district of the State between the miners and operators The new owners intend to operate the Fenley mines on an extensive scale and it is said that the offices of the new company will likely be moved to Hawesville Attilla Cox of Louisville is presi dent of the Auburn Ash Coal com pany R NHudson of this city vices president and general manager and Ueo Lampkin of Louisville secre tary The company was organized a little over two years ago to operate the mines at Fenley While Its property at Henley has been sold tbe company is still in existence and will probably engage in some other mining operations Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years of Suffering- I had been troubled with lame back for fifteen years and found a complete recovery in the use of Cham berlains gain Balm says John G Bisher Qlllam Ind This liniment is also without foran equal = sprains land bruises It Is for sale by Short K Haynes THE BIGGEST MAN You may cull him arube or a hayseed or a yap but the farmer is the biggest man in the country nevertheless He could buy all the national banks pay the national debt purchase both the steel combine and the Standard Oil trust and put Wall street out of business out of the products of his own toil and still have a billion dollars lett for pocket money To sum up a sentence the farmer by whatever name he nay be called is the most important class in the United States and he has a right to grow chesty at the showing he makes Fraatclin Favorite Bishop Joseph S Keys Southern M E Church writes We Rave Dr TeethlnKlowderswith the happiest results The effects were almost magical and certainly anythingweTeething Powder Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the Sum mers Heat ARTHUR COUTY ILL 1IrsMllla Shearn and son James of near Skillman left Thursday for Hot Springs Ark to be at the bed side of her grandson Arthur Conty who is so low with rheumatism that his physicians have discontinued his baths He is the son of Mr and Mrs Jas Couty formerly of Skillman who moved a year or so ago from Cloverport to Sterling Kan They have temporarily moved to v Hot Springs to be with the young man Hancock Clarion OQgMiss Edith Ravenac tuft daughter of Chas Ravenscroft who was formerily qndnctor on the Glover port accom inOfistjon train on the landerson Route and made this city Ela hOme hne holding he position Iheiresst- 445000 Ilhtt her by a wealthy aunt hot NeVAlbany V BOY HURT BY FALL 2 Frymire Ky Sept 0Speclal James MOrton Barr son of Parts Barr has n broken arm and dislocated elbow as the result of a tall from a horse Tr- yWonderine For Sale by Nolte Bros and Popham Bros Cloverport Ky i i t i m 1 I A SOLDIER OF I COMMERCE i Bg JOHN ROE GORDON l i Copyright lore br F R Toombs Ii boat to the isnnna cIne to uumm to t treasure and bring It here there wasI no thought against our brother th greatest chief the Zannucks ever We love him well but we drank muc wine and In our wine madness thought to overcome him and obtain the tress tire In our right minds we would no think of this Humbly do we seek pardon of our chief We promise faith ful allegiance We will fight by his side evermore There was n murmur and nil eyes turned to Ialpak- It will be well If this Is true he said I trust my brothers again I wish no confusion now We will has ten to meet the soldiers of the ameer There was little delay Horses were being led in from nearby fields and men with arms were gathering On the road to the southward they formed and It seemed a formidable array First rodoI Talpak with Harvey and Orskoff mounted on fresh horses After them rode a hundred men divided In bands of twentyfive each under a captain Then came another hundred under Domltan these being divided the same wayHarvey had never experienced so dif ficult a ride At times they seemed on the verge of going over a cliff and hurling themselves a hundred feet or more to certain death but the rugged little horses seemed to know every Inch of the way and found stepping places where a man could not as they wound around the perpendicular scarps of mountains I wouldnt like to do this for a liv ing said Harvey I prefer to sell windmills This Is real mountaineering an sworod Orskoff But their eyes did not meet as they spoke fair Harvey who was ahead did not dare to turn his headIn crossing table lands they traveled In sections and Domltan often came up and spoke to Palpak lIe had lost none of his surliness Harvey could not understand why Palpal so easily for gave the titan who wanted to kill him Orskoff explained that he had talked with the captains and learned that Domltan was much admired for his many exhibitions of bravery- It Is a good thing for us that Doml tan is not chief said Orskoff He hates us sorely They camped at night In a ravine and the cooks of the companies pro pared n wheal consisting mainly of u sort of cake nUll coffee After par taking of a goodly quantity Orskoff and Harvey lay down near Iulpak anti went to sleep In the morning refreshed the cavalcade set out and passed another day In even more dllllcult traveling An other night they camped on an open Hold and on the third day they came to rest on a cliff overlooking the SI loon puss CHAPTER XX TilE ATTACK OK TilE CARAVAN the morning after waiting INand watching all night the cam van was discovered slow C nIIr Ily milking Its way along the ruts Inlpak railed Harvey mud Ors Loff to him oat tthe edge of the cliff We will attack the caravan in this way In iaiil My Wen are now di vided a 4t half IIf under my broth i T VoId1 M who in very brave and a rood HL iI His wction will go up i he I i Lead oft the camels if they i LIt j run beyond our reach My vu IOU will attach at this spot You be with me 1 ild say co said Harvey Ve ran lie in this buclnew from start nII Hi r r n I uld be safer to remain hlrt dlu It UIIM I impossible Orskoff Is u tlglitiir nriii Had would not remain idle vMie hs sweetheart Is In dan pr Ian not n lighting titan but I could nut remain in hiding whllo you were fi htin for the girl I love Domltun came up It will be well for us to plan my brother he said The caravan will soon be here We have already planned said Pnlpak sternly You will take your men farther up the puss Lie in wait there If the camels bearing the young women escape you can capture them I will remain here and attack Heretofore I have been asked In councils said Domltnn surlily You will obey said Palpak it Is evident said Harvey to Ors koff that though be forgives he does not forget Domltan soon had his men under- waya They took a winding path through the woods leading to the pass I trust there will be as little blood shed as possible said Harvey to Pal pak We want to get the girls but do not wish to commit unnecessary murder These soldiers are simply obeying orders as your own men are doingWe will save your women but the rest of the matter trust be left to us I see by the size of the caravan that th rc is much treasure The curavon came cu Riding aheadI Was AU officer of the ameer in brilliant guru Following him were twenty- I I norsemen nu weir urmun iiieii vuuie two camelsI each led by u soldier The Ino princehwas one wore the uniform of the Inspector gen twentyimore a mules bearing merchandise of nil kinds and horses on which rode Turk ish Persian and Hebrew merchants Silently Palpak led his men down a steep and difficult path They waited in hiding till the head of the caravan was opposite A peculiar cry from Palpak sent them dashing into the road PulpaRs tacit had left their horses above on the cliff and were at a disadvantage but they outnumbered the Bokharans At the first volley three of the ameers soldiers fell from their horses A terrific outcry followed but the officer In command was brave and calm and soon rallied them They formed In a circle around the camels bearing the two girls while the merchants anti the camels bearing their goods scuttled for safety Pnlpak ral lied his men and led them In a ferocious onslaught but the direct and steady The Iron arms of the American tccrc around Ills neck fire from the mounted riflemen of the amber sent a dozen of thorn to the ground IalpakI shouted out his commands and formed his men for a rush but tho ameers men wero first mud the horses carte dashing upon the JCan nucks For u time it looked like a victory for the ISokharans Orskoff and Harvey were compelled to run aside when the ameers horsemen came upon theta The battle of the ameers taco was being waged chiefly by the officer In command who seemed not to know the word fear and who seemed to he lui pcrvious to bullets Mounted on a fine horse he led every charge llnrvey saw that so long as the Hokliaraim were inspired by this officer they were well nigh invincible lie watched his chance with the commander in U cope per oJ ua1t makingZnnnucks was beset by several of them with spears He brought his horse suddenly to u hull tried to werve mud the horse cline down ulI most on his haunches With n quick leap llnrvey sprang upon the horse bo hind the officer Spwirs about to be hurled were lowered and the men stood in a muzmeat Tine officer tried to turn to reach Harvey with his sword but the iron arms of the American were nromul his nark and he was soon choked into submission With n shout of victory llnrvey hurled him to the ground Now Palpak Now hv cried and with u rush the Zannucks attacked again Their onslaught was so fore dons that the soldiers of the ameer fled nlong the pass to be met by Doml tan with the remaining hundred Victory cried Harvey Victory He sped to the camels as did Ors koff nnd at the command of Koura who could manage the beasts tho cam cis knelt Alma and Koura were soon In their lovers arms My darling My darling I You are saved cried Harvey Tho Bokha rans have been defeated They would not have been said Orskoff but for the brains of your AmericanHow it you are on Bokharan soil against the command of the czar my captain asked Koura To save you my sweet one to save the girl I love I learned my duty from the American So absorbed wore they In their greet ings that a cry from the Zannucks did not reach them Happening to turn his head Harvey saw the form of Pal pak stretched upon the ground Good heavenI Palpak killed he exclaimed He rushed to tho chief and found that ho wna sovnreJti unuM d yt i IWho ICBOWP anything knout surgery he nsfecd As no one answered Harvey knelt beside the chief and be gan dressing the bullet woantl In his sideIs It the last of me my friend 7 said Palpak Perhaps not Im pretty good at this sort of thing Be patient and well see what can be done The hoofs of a horse pounding the road caused them to look up Domitan soon appeared How goeth the fight hero 7 he demanded We have defeated the sol diers of the ameer And so did we said one of the cap talus but Palpak our chief Is wounded Palpak wounded They led Domltan to his brother There was no sympathy in his dark faceArt thou wounded to thy death my brothers This American friend snUb ho can do much yet I fear the bullet has reached a spot that kills It Is customary for n dying chieftain to proclaim his successor I nin thy eldest brother and so will become chiefAlready the eyes of Pnlpak were glazing and he was growing weaker Yes thou art chief he wulupcred Then motioning to Ms captains to gather round he saidr Domltan is chief I die- Domltan us soon ns be was convinced that ills brother was dead be came a changed man Zanrracks he shoutc I am thy chief Obey me as thou obeyed my brother and I will make that rich with the spoils of the caravans We will pay no taxes to the amcerpbut will give him battle in tho mountains and kill his soldiers And thou American and Muscovite shalt become my slaves and wait upon me in the palace I will build L shall not bo called chief but king and the prettiest of the girls we have rescued from the Boftharans shall be my CJ een- Nonsense said Harvey Yom brother promised that we should be sent to the const safely Let my brother fulfill kls promise I am chief and thou art now my pris oners Obey me or thy life will go as did my brothers Harvey made a gesture as if to draw his pistol and Domltan sprang upon him The other Seize the otherl Bind them both he cried Alma and Koura screamed with terror as they saw their gallant lovers al most burled under the Zunnucks that hurled themselves upon them In a few minutes Harvey and Orskoff were securely bound Dogs of unbelievers cried Doml tan shaking his fist In their faces Thou Interfered with my plans before Remember the cave Now will 1 pay In good coin Slaves forever shalt thou serve me Harvey did not answer He looked at Alma The poor girl was trembling with terror and tears were pouring down her cheeks Cheer up my darling he said to her We will soon be out of this The clatter of horses on the road could be heard and the force Domltan had left lighting came up We routed them well said one of the captains What Is Palpak killed I nm thy chief said Domltan But there was treasure in the caravan Where are the camels of the merchants Below They fled After them and bring them back Fifty started and the remainder prepared to bury the dead It was now Into In the day and Domltnn was ea ger to get his caravan off the high way lest n returning force of Bohha rang turn victory Into defeat Wo have two of tho best camels of the amen he said We cannot take thom up the side of the cliff We must travel by way of the road farther up We will arrange for the burial of the dead foes its well as friends Remove all trace of the fight The two girls were tenderly cared for Domltan studying them carefully as if to decide which wus the more beautifulThere Is my queen he said point ing to Alma The Georgian is beuutl fill but this one this Muscovite suits mo I will make her my wife Not much said Harvey Theres going to be another deal nil around before that takes place DogI Pig Bo silent growled Domltnn A meal was served and the two girls were royally treated A dozen soldiers waited upon them After this delay Domltnn ordered his men to move and the entire cars van captured camels horses and all withdrew trout the highway and made camp in the thick forest that formed the border of the pass The horses were left upon the cliff In charge of a few men and camp was made for the night Plans for removing the booty to the Zannuck village could be made in the morning Sentinels were star Honed and a guard was placed over the two girls Harvey and Orskoff bound were thrust under a bush and left there This is terrible groaned Orskoff IIWe have failed with all our plan ning Shh whispered Harvey Make them think we are sleeping The fellow has another plan thought Orskoff The hours of the night dragged wearily The soldiers slept and not being accustomed in their wild life to keeping guard at night most of tune guards were asleep by midnight Harvey and Orskoff lay close together A wrIggling motion on tho part of Harvey attracted the Russian In a mo mont he felt a nudge in the side Har tAV was Hltttntr uo his bawls s ft b uWtnoasiy urftyftiy toe cord sworn lit kegs anti feet With a iiwflir atari of life knife he Mi the Russian flee Comer he whispered He crawled away In the darkrtisH keeping fn the deeper shadows of tll trees Orskoff followed Neither spokeE for many minutes They kept working theirt fn the direction of the roadI and away fronj Spoon At last having cleared the camp Harvey stood up straightWhat Is yam plan 7 whispered Ors koff breathlessly I have none except to get away said harvey Free we can do some thing Lets walk along this road and ns we walk we can think- CIiAPTER XXI TOE MONASTEIiy 0V THE LAMAS URELY said Orskoff peer Ing In the darkness at the of the American lilt IS ltfaceyour purpose to desert the girls- I should1 say not but with our feet and hand tied and we helpless in that camp we could not assist them Its this way Domltan is now camping in the woods Ills horses are on the cliff According to what he said there is n road farther up the pass by which he will take the camels to the mountains If that rascal over gets the girls into the Zannuck stronghold uothing that we can do will avail Were got to think of something to do now tint what Is it to fight I will fight to tile last df of bloodl No fighting will hot help us WV ergot e to win out by some ttlek They sat down and Dcskoff leaned his head in Ills hands Harvey became intent with his thoughts Hello said Ilatvay getting to his feet quickly Somebody around here Hear that noise Sotmdsltkea wound ed man calling for nidi Must be ore of the Zannvafcs or one of the ameers men who crawled hereto get out of the WilY Im going to see who and what It is said Harvey Ii cant we friend or enemy suffer when helpless1 They soon discovered a man wounded by spear and sword lying near thtf side of the road Art thou friends he whispered in the tongue of the ameers people We have reason to be enemies but we have no wish to harm you Is there anything we can clot Canst thou bring waterT- I could if P knew where there was any said Harvey Dadyou know ot- a river or spring near by fNay there is none nearer than the Batooln temple And what Is this Batoota temple V A place for hunas priests of the monastery There are many there They are hospitable If I could set there they would know bow to deal with my wounds How far is lU It is not far It stands on the highway but is surrounded by high walls How carne you here E was with the umeers min when we were attacked by the 7Atll lucks 1 was wounded and crawled away front the pass for the Zannucks kill all their wounded enemies I could go no further You came to a good place The Za mucks are almost within reach of our voices But tell me more about that Batoola temple As 1 said it is a lama monastery There are monks of all kinds there missionary monks begging monks praying monks Are they all natives of Bokhara Not till They come of nhiny na dons Cojild I be carried there asked the wounded soldier Wo have work to do here broke iInt Orskoff We cannot give you the timeYou spoke of liegglng monks eatd Harvey Wlmt do they beg How do they reach people They wall along the roads and ask alms of nil they meet It Is in this waI the monasteries are supported What do they wear What sort of looking tvi ii+ nvr ctml in tnnnkc Inlw LILIES Qf HEALTH AND BEAUTY LilytmllCtryThe fact that I believe in the superior force of mind over matter does not blind me to the truth that the foundation of every successful life is good health that the key stone to physical beauty is perfect physical healthA sick woman cannot be a beautiful woman no can she be anything but what we English call a poor spirlted woman To a great extent a womans beauty is measured by her vitality by her health Work sunshinel Exercise Water and Soap shing Food Lots of Spirittheremy working rule for youth youthful spirits and youthrullodks One great secret of youth and beauty for the young woman or the mother is the system physicalknowledge is to get a good doctor book such for instance as The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Pierce M D which can readily be procured by sending twenty one cents in one cent stamps for paperbound volume or thirty one cents for clothbound copy and ad dressing Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y alwaysbefalls writes Mrs Dr Nielsen of 4302 iangley forfemaleI suffered for years with ulceration Intense pains and a dreadful backache which unfitted me for my work Finally I grew so 111 bad to keep to my bed In this extremity I used Fa thenIpassedthroughunderstand hbw much I value Dr Piercea Favorite Prescription Dr Pierce offers 500 reward for asp case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolap ails or Falling of Womb which he cannot cure All be asks is a fair and reasonable substitutefor 0 rjipto JrsJft iinpatfcttfrj We llaetr no tine to think of thffla l Ianl thinking of tlxtttB very hard Just now Again niTdrewsrngthe vvotiKded mane Harvey naked monksItvearTI J wearCloaks nnd Mud They ate bum fcfe and holy inert Ive seen them near Lake Brrftnl iiin SlDerfn said Orafcoff They over their bonds and fakes so their own grandmothers wouldnt recoGnize them Ofi they do And tire monastery Iis poor supported by alms Yes said the soldier of the ameer You want to go thereYf I would live if I could be curried there if wo could make a litter of some kind we mfgnt do it We could manage with car coats to make it chair in which to curry film sold Orskoff but we have not tlte time We cannot forsake our duty to1 tie girls for a wounded enemy We are not forsaking the girls 1 have an Idea these monks can be of use to us I want to see them Help me make the chair1- Ifarveys voice was imperative Ors toff protested but ft was of no mail ne tied the sleeves of their coats to gethor and formed what he called a Russian field chair The wounded man was then picked UPI and the three started off Toll me more about these monks said harvey as Way went along They are priests of the religion of BnddhaSukymuni They are good and holy men Have T not heard somewhere that they aresupposed be gifted with the power to foretell the future it sort of second sight 1 Yes they have magicr sight Are the Zannucks believers fa these monks Yes nil of them How shall we know when we reach this monastery There Iis n light at the pooL If I can be bathed In tho sacred pool of Batootn I shaW be curedf What pool Is that The life giving pool of Batoolav It Is Just within the first gate One who bathes In it Is made holy and IB given much power by the Dalai lama Wntch for the light But the dawns breaking we shall soon be able to see for ourselves An hour later they saw the stonewalls of the lama monastery The first gate Is there said the Bo TO BE CONTINUED When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no gripping or other unpleasant effect For sale by Short HaynesTRAFFIC INCREASING The passenger traffic over the Hen demon Route is increasing daily and the road is taxed to its capacity to I handle It especially the Worlds Fair I Business The Exposition Limited en route to the fair had 157 passengers for St Louis on day recently A Close Shave Often causes a burning stinging sensation makes the face red and sore Paracatnph will relieve such troubles instantly Keeps the face smooth and healthy and prevents inflammation Moral Use Paracatnph after shav ingt ENGLISH GIRLS SMOKE- It is a regrettable but certainly undeniable fact that siuoknig among women And especially among young girls is becoming Increasingly com mon Thfaugh it has been recognized sea practice in private lIfo for some time past to smoke openly in res taurants and other public places has not been looked upon as quite comma il taut but during tho last season or two if has grown more general at restaurants This year a further stage hue ben reached and nt Joodwood runny quite young girls wore to be seen smoking in toe luncheon pavil ion At a large liast Coast hotel the SHiue sight is to t e seen in the lounge after dinner and one trusts it may not be considered oldfashioned to express the opinion that it does not add to the attractiveness of the English girl to see her thus enagged The Ladies Pictorial I DEATH OF A R MORRIS VinelUrave Ky Aug 31A It Morris a wellknown merchant of Big Spring this county died at his home there this morning after a brief Illness of Bnghta disease aged sev entyone yearstMr Morris was prominent in church work and was an enthusiastic Mason being a member of the Royal Arch degreeHe qlargethe fahetr 1n law of the Rev D L prominentdivine MANY NEW MEMBERS Shreve Ky Sept OSpeoial Rev T J Ratcliff of Fordsyille has closed a successful protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove church Twentysev en additions were baptised in Rough iver t n HAS 233000 SOULS Louisville Ky Aug SlThe re port of Health Officer Allen given out here today credits Louisville with a population of 223000 c r i r ReducedI r I 950JJm1 100 bu I1 25bu 250 JJ- 20 bu 200 Pirn 100 i Xi We handle the Auburn Ash T- W Coa which is the best coal ever our market Our coal is M JloadedI by hand and we til It tobe clear of slack or i fill coal house gUtranteeII iiWiJI t I Gregory 1 J Ey I ItIRICK JOHN SCUllEyi Ml sJ Louisville Ky CIo verport Planing Mild GREGORY IeCO Prop LUMIB RtDOORS v SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLES LATHS LIME BRICK 1 CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Darts Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILUNGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Price Moderate Satisfaction Guarantee H Del MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBl1RU KY theCourtsties Special attention given to collecting 1 road cases and crlmlnal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Banket llardlusburg 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 repr theyexIstthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublubymcmbranClIn1nrtheMr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Vi says irlKsI troubled with sour stomach for twenty rare millforKodol Digests What You Lat Bottles only 51 00 Size holdlnt 2K tlmei the trW size which tells for 60 cent- sPrpard by E O D WITT A 00 OHIOAN Sold by nil PruKKlsts PARKERS = t BALSAMPlesnimi X hate1mgrowthNeverGrayflairCurry sctp JImKi c htfrJiUUns Secanhglnpat nnWtla NEW FLOUR MILL SpeolnlTbig flouring mill the Crescent nt this place The mill is of the sifter sys tern and all the machinery is of modrern pattern x Sour Stomach When the quantity ot food taken is too large or the quality too rich sour stomach Is likely to follow ant especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not boo freely ot ea illy digest ed food Masticate the food thorough ly Let live hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight Ih the region of the stomach after eating take Chamber lams Stomach and Liver Tablets andsthe sour stomach may be avoided For sale by Short R Haynes i WILL BUCK THE TRUST The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has sent out tnirty buyers engaging breaks This marks the beginning of the fight of the Lonieville Tobacco Warehouse Company for business The trust has been very active in the held for the past two or three years and this year has sent even more buyers into the field The Warehouse Company has therefore bestirred itself to greater efforts to secure business Louisville Post o 117 r- T TJUII T rr t 4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 7 1004 f Ran Downr Ouurar Marshal Nick Oberli r Way With Dcr peradoer tie 7sed No Weapon but His Fists and JVcer Was Wounded t but Once Rescued by a- 7JullA Holdup t In tho person of exMarshal Nick Oberting of Lawrenceburg Ind Dear born county boasts of a citizen who in many respects is undoubtedly the most remarkable man In the Hooslcr State In the course of his eventful career covering more than thirty years of ac tive service as a member of the pollee force of Lawrenceburg marshal of that municipality and a special officer in tho employ of railway and other corpora tions he has saved seven human lives i ALCSVEGETABLE A highclass preparation for the haIr Keens the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hairlrmI CO TarIa made 309 arrests many of which were of desperate characters of a formidable type and broken up the only organized band of lawbreakers that ever operated In Dearborn county But never even while engaged in the most perilous undertaking Las he car ried a weapon of any sort relying sole ly upon his almost phenomenal phys- Ical abilities which have been used so effectively that he has sustained but one wound of consequence in the dis charge of duty This extraordinary individual a na tive of France He was born In 1810 In Alsace near Strassburg Ills father John Oberting who was one of tho redoubtable Old Guard of Na poleon emigrated to America In 1852 settling near New Alsace Ind where he engaged In agricultural pursuits His son Victor went to Lawrence burg when he was fifteen years of age As a youth Oberting established a reputation for unflinching courage and reckless daring no danger being too grave for him to face and no feat too hazardous for him to attempt Colonel Thomas Willis a prominent former of Boon county Kyrelates aI I RECKON THERE WILL BE 1584144 VOTES CAST FOR PRESIDENT ON NOV 8 1904 t WHAT DO YOU FIGURE IT 1M- FOR 0000UN THE NEAREST GUESS estimate be careful SICILI- ANlairRenewer flirlllrtlg humorous incident or his Willis bull across Ohio river In an old boat when the animal whose had been precaution against accident par tially broke from fastenings went sinking at bovine being valuable plojjel Willis re ward to who would It Oberting then of unteered to make attempt With keen bladed knlfp clutched his teeth dived to bot of the river where speedily cated liberated It with strokes of sharp Freed of fetters animal at rose to the surface Oberting however was so fortu nateIlls efforts to the bull caused him to sink almost knee deep in treacherous quagmire at bottom of river and it was only after almost that ceeded In extricating himself reached the surface of rlvqr his was almost silent IIOUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST 25000IN CAS H is for Prize 10000 2nd Prize 5000 3rdPrize 1 000 8 Special Prizes of S500 Each for Subscriptions Every subscriber to Tho Brockonridrfo News has chance to share In these cash prizes subject 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next nearest correct estimates or guesses 815 each 63000 K For the 100 nearest correct estimates or guesses 10 each on 100000 For tho 314 pext nearest correct estimates or guesses 1 KTnnrt 5each J I 44s prizes amounting to 42100000 Valuable Information To aid In forming yonr estimates we furnish the following figures TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President In tho 1864 wllS402t7021688 was51690increase of 4223 per cent i Jb72 wM6466 HIncreaso of per 1876 wns8412733Increnso of 3010 per cent 1880 wasOJOO40Llncreaso of 047 per 184 was 10O085Increnso of 007 per 1888 was13b0QG0increase of 1330 per cent 1602 w J12ocIS511ncroase of 510 per cent 1800 wns130Z3OZlncrense of 1545 per cent f 1900 was 139D03rinc1 0 of 28 per cent 1904 What will It subscriptionKItmay mean fortune to you l Bo to write your name figures and P O plainly d fDoAttall to take advantage of tho SPECIAL PRIZES r yet youth was ferrying a fine the fashioned horsepower feet hobbled as n Its and overboard once The a very onel JJ oKcrcdjJlbcral the man save a lad eighteen vol the a between he the tom he lo the bull and a few the blade Its the once not free had a the the superhuman exertion he suc When he the strength 500 II- PRIZES This You 1st Early u The to costs a CONDITIONS for a u send your send your for guess from coln your voto mall send This tho until that pure your 7 that cast who and awards a ascertained subscriber a a 500 for to guess a a Just a of on last may ak a for t a subscribers is next bOOOO next Tho year 1204 cent cent cent 1t i a v In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For July1stS 50000 For tho nearest correct guess received on or after July 1st and before July 15thH 50000 For July15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after August 1st and before August 15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after August 15th and before September 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 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the bullYes admitted Oberting naively adding but the bull reciprocated In the early days of Obertings mnr shalshlp Dearborn county was Infested with a band of bold marauders known J as the Falrwell gang of which Bob Falrwell was acknowledged leader The members of this lawless bank were accustomed to drive to market00 and sell cattle hon and other live stock from the faraa throughout the county loot country Mores under the very eyes of the proprietors waylay and rob travelers in broad daylight and commit unhindered numerous brawn depredations so thoroughly had they established their reign of terror Mar shad Oberting resolved to stay their high handed course without delay Intrusting his otlicial duties to a dep uty he applied himself assiduously toi his purpose Bob Fairwcll lived In a log house sit uated in a dense wood near the Ohio Indiana line and shrewdly conjectur ing that the place was the headquar ters of the gang Oberting favored IIt with much of his attention In time guise of a hunter he hauntei the vicinity for about ten days and succeeded In obtaining an excellent knowledge of the workings of the gang and of the topography of the section In which they operated most extensively It was his custom to steal up to the cabin In the wood under the cover of darkness and removing n stone from a chink In the wall see and hear everything that transpired in the most Im portant councils of the band In this manner he obtained sufllclent evidence to Justify the arrest of the seven members Returning to Lnwrenccburg he or ganized a posse of bravo and resolute men at the head of whom he marched upon the robbers stronghold The descent upon Fainvolls cabin was made after nightfall tho marshal hoping thereby to tRIce the Inmates by surprise and effect their capture with out bloodshed But this precautionary measure proved unnecessary Fulrwell had been warned of his per 11 and time rendezvous was found do serted Uudlscouraged by the miscarriage of Ills well laid plans Oberting pushed resolutelyI forward In the wake of the fugitives overtaking them near the Great Miami river where a furious struggle took place resulting In the defeat of the Falrwell contingent which fled precipitately before the on slaught of the officers Bob Fnlrwcll hotly pursued by Obertlns dashed for the river and tak hug to the water started to swim across into Ohio where he could defy captureWithout a moments hesitation the Intrepid marshal followed InlrwoH was overtaken In mid stream where he furiously resisted the officer whose peril was rendered dos perate by the fact that several of the rutlimfs friends had congregated on the shoro and were hurling stones and cudgels at his head In reckless disre gard for the safety of their lender Severall of the missiles struck Ober ting about the head and face and lie would undoubtedly have fared ill but for tho timely arrival of his posse who took the cowardly rascals into custody Fairwdll was drawn ashore more dens than alive The entire gang ultimately paid the full penalty for their transgressions lllstoric old Lost bridge near Ellzabethtown 0 was tho scene of tone of Qbortlngs exploits Several years ago Oberting with his son John laud been to Cincinnati and they were returning after nightfall through time bridge when a highway man sprang out and stopped the horses At the same moment two others tried to climb Into the wagon from either sideThe boy was driving Oberting being half asleep In the bottom of the wagon bedAroused by the sudden stopping of the vehicle the marshal sprang to a sStJlug pasture Just in time to toll the purpose of the highwaymen Crying to his son to whip up the horses Oberting seized the two by their necks bringing their heads together with such force that they were rendered unconsciousThe same Instant gave the horses a cut with his whip Lansing them to dash forward at a good pace knocking down the man In front The wheels of tho wagon passed over him and he was picked up unconscious The trio of would be highwaymen were returned to Cincinnati where they were subsequently convicted upon evi dence furnished by Oberting and his JonIThe Stomach is the Man A wenK stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Heatlh and strength cannot be restored to any side mpn or weak woman without first restoring hoatlh and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down lining and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses nod strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach nnd euros indigestion Dyspepsia and rail stomqch troubles Sold by All Druggists tenc 00 0 0001 0 0 II Bank of Hardinsburg f OFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J I DIRECTORS 1 Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard I Dr A N Kincheloe D S Insured against loss by RichardsonII t Interest paid on time 000001000001000000000000 0011000 111101 J The 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PAGES WEDNESDAY September 7 1O- 0ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to announce Honry WE Moorman as a candidate for County Judge of Ilrpckcnrlclfto county subject to tho action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR are authorized to announce R W WE of Hancock county a Candida for Stato Senator from thIs tbo 10th distrIct composed of the Bounties of Hancoc Breckenrldge and Meade subject to the action of tho Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE ro are authorized to announce Selby II McCrackon as a candidate for subject Uve from Hreckonrldgo county to the action of the Democratic party Christian county farmers raised and sold this year over a million bushels of wheat at a dollar per bus el They will also realize over a mil lion Tollars for their tobacco crop Look at the label on your paper and see how you stand If you are be hind with your subscription please send us check or money oraer for the amount We can use it to an ad vantage in our business 8000oIt costs distribn by mail a single campaign speech When you consider how few of thtw are read about one in a thousand it is a pretty expensive way of get Sing campaign literature into the hands of the people Senator Beveridge was over at Oyster Bay Friday and hid a short conference with the President I ao not care to make election predictions said the senator after his talk wIth Mr Roosevelt but it does seem to- mE as though everything is practi cally over but the shouting He sat turtnor that it was his opinion that Parker would be beaten worse than Bryan was in either of his campaigns sThe Democratic editors are on to New You and Esopns They are snaking the glad land of Parker and drinKing refreshing draughts fron the great store of good things laid up for them They will eat the fat and drink the sweet witn board lodginj and transportation tree Its great 10 oe a Democratic editor and stand in with the bosses If a man moves forward prosecutes criminals fights trusts gets an is thmian canal in motion stands up for equal rights there are always a lot of fellows who are ready to cry out against him and say he is a dangerous man This is about the size of the fight against Mr Roosevelt Of course hes dancerons to the ti public thief grafter and lawbreaker Everything is Icvely at National Democratic headquarters says Tom Taggart Bryan and his forces are now all in line and will in a few days Bend up n shout that will wake up Democrats all over the country The cause of this Bryan harmony was brought about by Mr August Belmont who fixed several of Mr Bryans friends with fat places on the committee Tom says he has assur ances from Mr William R Hearst and his newspapers that they will t enter the campaign with energy and Zeal for the Democratic tIcKet l froandOur young fellow countryman Eurey Woodson sends us a cordial invitation to come up to New York and to Esopue take a trip j down the Hudson gaze on the beau ties of that delightful and historical stream shake the glad hand of the Democratic candidate for president be refreshed and have our democracy renewed Alack aud alasI these are mighty temptations and it nearly breaks our heart to miss them Noth lag would do our souls more good than to shave the hand of a presidential candidate for handshaking Is a part of our nature he it with a can didate for president or a candidate for constable in our own home district CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of 1 1theblood and depends on that condition- It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs tho taste smell and hearing af fects the vocalI organs disturbs tho stomach- It is always radically and permanently cured by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action of SarsaparillatThis great medicine has wrought Wonderful cures of all diseases depending i on scrofula or tho scrofulous habit HOODS TILLS are the beret cathartic I VV S Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm li placed Into the nottrllslprei over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief 111m mediate and scare follows It IIs not dfJlngdoea not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gliti or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street ew YOtk but we cant shake with all the boys so we will have to let this most tex- quisite pleasure pass But in all seriousness is this hand ofParkers a Democratic hand Is it handlii Democratic principles and ford Democratic thoughts and ideas F r the lIfo of us we cant tell We h just wait until tne editors come home and tell us what they saw heard ate and dranK nnd the judges Jetter is made public then perhap we wll1 have more light If you are getting this paper lnd dont intend to pay for it the honelit way is to notify the publisher or the postmaster that yon dont want iit Dont take it out of the postoffii and read it for years and then when you are asked to pay for it say you never ordered it You know how this paper is sent and its termsW dont force the News on anybod More than twothirds of onr subscribers desire their paper continued fromI year to year or until ordered stopped This has been our custom for twentyfive years and we have had very few complaints Once in a V hlle we run upon n man or woman who says 611 didnt order the paper and dont propose to py for it Bnt these cases are rare we areglad to say It is an easy master to have your paper stopped Simply drop iU3 a postal card or tell your postmaster whose business it is to notify us Ware not in business for our health We are in it to make n living for onrself and family and we do it The News is as solid an institution ns any bank business house farmer or manufacturer in the county Its been here about as long as the oldest of them and its here to star We want what is one ns on subscription If yci owe ns anything please send ns a money order or check for the amount Dont delay about it It is importac tnat we have it to meet our obligat- IOns Tnere is more Catarrh in this sec ion of the country than all othe liseases put together and until that few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many year doctors pronounced it a local diseas and prescribed local remedies and by onstantly falling to cure with loca reatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a institutional disease and ther fon requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bj F J Cheney Co Toledo OhioI Is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mac onB surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it ills to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Lddress FJ CHENEY K CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Artemoa Wards Protector While in the show business in Pennsylvania Artemus Ward was put to leep In an attic where the sash bad been taken out for ventilation In the tight it turned cold Artemus got up and was busy at the window What are you doing Artemus his compan Jon asked Im so ccold he chattered I was hanging up some of these hoop skirts I thought theyd keep the coarsest of the cold out Tr- yWotiderine For Sale by Nolte Bros and Popham Bros I Cloverport Ky The Game of Trlnquet Popular among the Basque peasantry Is an ancient game known ns trlnquet No one knows the origin of trinquet Like all Basque customs it can be traced back and buck till its history Is- 10Bt in the remote past Nearly every court in the country bears the aspect ot extreme age The court at Bnyonne Is believed to be 400 years old and the- one at St Jean do Luz looks older than the one at Bayonne When Louis XIV who was married In St Jean de Lu2 jurch went down to the little frontier town to meet his Spanish bride he found tho Bisques of St Jean de Luz lorgetlcally playing their ancient gume and be took tho idea back with him to Paris and from it largely modi fied comes the game of tennis Tennis nnd trlnquet aro very similar 8a0 that Instead of a racket a leather Tongement known as a glove is usoo- for propelling the bull Country Life Bee Beea new temperance drinK nonalcoholic nutritious forII Bale at the English Kitchen Sixteenth Cenlary Manner In au old book published in the sixteenth century and entitled Tho Accomplished Ladys Rich Closet or Ingenious Gentlewomans Dcllgbtfu Companion it Is written- A gentlewoman being nt table inns observe to keep her body straight and lean not by any means with her elbowsj nor by ravenous gesture discover a vo raclous appetite Talk not when yoi have meat in your mouth and do not smack like a pig nor venture to eat spoon meat so hot that the tears stand In your eyes which is as unseemly ns the gentlewoman who pretended to lava as little a stomach as she had a mouth and therefore would not awn low her peas by spoonful but tool them ore by one and cut them In two before silo would eat them it Is verj unseemly to drink so largo a draft thin your breath Is almost gone and you are forced to blow strongly to rccovei yourself In carving at your own table distribute tho best pieces first anti IIt will appear very comely mid decent to use n forK so touch no piece of mciil without it- Science and Iluninn Sense Organs Dr Carl Snyder says in tho Aincrl can Inventor while pointing out the Inferiority of human sense organs to the Instruments of science that whereas the human eye can see only littleI more than 3000 stars In tho heaven on the clearest of nights the photo graphic plate nnd the telescope can dls corn countless millions The eye If a good one can perceive a measure ot Quo twohundredth of an Inch Th microscope makes an object one ten thousandth of nn inch look comparatively large To hear the footsteps of n fly seems inconceivable but assisted by tho mltrophone the tread of that insect sounds like the tramp of cav airy The most sensitive skin cannot detect a change in temperature of less than onefifth of a degree but the bo lometer will register on a scale nu increase or decrease of temperature of ono one m1111outii of a degree and can discern the difference in temperature In a room when a match is lighted mutation In AnlmnlH Some animals kayo wonderful powers of imitation Dogs brought up in the company of cats have been known to acquire the trick of licking the paws and then washing tho face When n cat has been taught to sit up for her food her kittens have been known to Imitate her action Darwin tells of a cat that was In the habit of putting her paw Into tho mouth of a narrow milk pitcher every time she got tho chance and then licking tim cream off her paw Her kitten soon learned tho same trick A lady tells of a rabbit that she keeps in a cage with a mon key and says that Bunnie has caught many of the monkeys ways It Is said that starving pigeons that havo been brought up on grain will not eat pens to save their lives but that If pea oat Ing pigeons are put with them they follow their example and eat peas Von Lenbneh the Painter Franz von Lcnbnch the great pOI trait painter painted three portraits ref the poet Adolph Wllbrandt The fittings varied trout threo to five hours On one occasion the sitting lasted through the whole day with Intervals Cor meals The afternoon passed and husk came on but still Lenbach work ed away without appearing to notice the falling light At last It grew so lark that Wllbrundt could scarcely see him He called his attention to this saying that It seemed impossible for him tofpalnt any more but Lenbach legged him unless he was tired to ontlnuo sitting But what can you see 01me asked the puzzled poet Quite the best of all Excellent Sit still please And the sitting only ended with the last glimmer of light PermsThe Bs had given an Impertinent oak notice and In consequence were obliged to assume the duties that she pointedly neglected On the last day of Katies stay as one of the ladles of the family was hastening to answer a rIng at the front door she was arrested by an explosive whisper from the rear ot the hall where the Irrepressible ex maid Katie in most unplcturesque lisbabllle was established Mrs B if thats tiny one for me say Im out tofilmJrs FergusonGeorge dear yon now you handed mo 700 this morn ng for pocket money Mr Ferguson Yes Mrs FergusonWell I went downtown this afternoon to buy a few hlnga with it I got caught in a crush in a street car door anderIt urned out to be pickpocket money Chicago Tribune A Happy Life The secret of a happy life docs not lie in the means and opportunities of Indulging our weaknesses but in knowing how to be content with what is easonable that time and strength may remain for the cultivation of our nobler nature Material For IIU Story MagistrateYou are accused of stealI log six reams of paper three gallons of ink and five gross of pens What have you to say to the charge Prisoner Your worship I am a novelist and IIwas merely collecting material for a new story A Loophole LovellDo you think a man shoulllI tell his fiancee all tho indiscretions ot- his pat life Cynlcus Yes Then perhaps she wouldnt marry him irooklyn Life Who Got ItT Trolley Car ConductorDId I get yonr tare Passenger I guess so I Idnt see you ring it up for the com paDyUtica Herald t Knitted HisSon Terrible Resatt ofa Boy ish Prank a1 3Ac er side N J goy Holdr Up Nit Father In Fun and the Latter MafJ an Awful MMaKf A Stab In the DarK Frank llclnocke a boy of sixteen played that he was a highwayman near his home In Riverside N J and did it so realistically that his father whom he held up plunged a knife Into his heart killing him Intercepting his parent In a lonely spot upon the banks of Rancocas creek he suddenly stepped from behind a bush telling Rclncckc senior to hold up his hands The next Instant he was lifeless The fattier Is raving In delirium and It Is feared that ho may never recover tire shock Tho mother anti sis ters are prostrated and the little com munity mourns tho death of a popular youthHalf a dozen holdups occurred at Riv erside and the adjoining villages and the residents began arming themselves Frank Kelnecke conceived the Idea that it would be a tine thing to masquerade as a highwayman and frighten his neighbors lie carried out his idea and succeeded In making half a dozen staid residents jump fences and scuttle for home within a week Then he tried the experiment upon his far ther Walter Relneckc a well to do In surance agent whoso home is on the outskirts of the village above the banks of the creek in a lonely spot Father and son started out early in the evening the older to transact some business at the village fire companys house of which organization he is a member nnd the boy to visit his young friends Willie and Laura Kel lock who live near the Relneckc home On tho way the youth regaled his far ther with stories of recent holdups When 1030 p in came Mr Rclncckc started for home Ho was apprehen sive remembering that he had recent ly had words with a negro who had threatened him He also remembered what his boy had told him about highwaymen So he drew a knife from his rocket opened the blade and walked jn with senses on the alert Young tclnccke had been watching for his father He was peeping out from be- hInd a bush that stood beside the path In the Inneltpst Dart of tho roadway Tiitrees roW tmcK tnere anu uio black water of the creek Is just below making it as lonely and dangerous a spot os can be Imagined Just as the elder Reinecke reached the shadow a dark figure stepped Into the half gloom and a hoarse voice cried Hold up your bandsI Now Ive got yow- lAttha samp Instant the zure hul fast hold upon the iroigmcnca maws coat sleeve With a cry of terror the father lunged forward and burled his knife in the breast of the supposed highwayman who flank to the ground gasping Oh fathers The voice of tile boy recalled the an guished father to a realization of the awful thing that ho had done With a cry that was heard far off by neigh bors the distracted man fell on his knees beside the body of his boy and besought him to spentI He raised tho bead of his boy only to find that he was already dead GAVE HIS LIFE FOR SCIENCE Strange and Sad Sacrifice of a- New Jersey Physician to Advance Knotutcdtfc Science takes little count of her vic time and It comes to only a few dead men to love the living write of them in words that other ages will read The world will have forgotten George V Wenner tomorrow the country doctor of Milford N J whose life has gone out after a struggle to wring from matter the secret which would free the hundreds of thousands enthralled by the addiction to cocaine When George Wenner physician and surgeon conceived the idea of entering upon tho experiments with tbe deadly drug which eventually drove him In sane no one knows No one realized what he had been doing to himself un ill ho wns inad and had to be bound as- a wild beast is bound The raving of madness passed away after hours of ceaseless exhausting convulsions Then ensued a gibbering and vacant stare such as marks an Idiot Unconsciousness again ensued nnd In this state ho passed away Tho doctors neighbors could not un derstand his sudden dissolution He liad always been sane ho had never been addicted to liquor- It remained for Frank W Larison of Lambortvllle a friend and brother physician to clear up tho mystery lie himself was appalled by his friends terrible end until in searching among George Wennera papers he discov ered a diary telling the story of the Iragedy Parts of it ran thus July 0 half a grain taken hypoder nlcally In afternoon condition same antidotes administered successful July 13 5 p m purchased one Ighth ounce of cocaine hydrochlorIde P D Co One grain bolted in one nail tor tnrco minutes produced oniy diaphoresis and local effects Slept Hallucinations at end of twenty min utes Removed after one hour from in jection Took bath at R a in Temper ature of air about 00 degrees No i forced breathing No convulsive move mepts of muscles The diary In the beginning told bow ho had heard the whisper that has conic to men from the beginning who r have done things But you you might succeed It would be a great thing n wonderful salvation to humanity he f wroteWhen It came time to undertake tho experiments ho had planned Dr Wen ner came to u realization of the danger that lay along the road ho would tolIlow Ho could not ask another to go where he was afraid to travel Ho was alone In theworld a bachelorII with no ties Who could better dCIscribe the notion of the drug than hel George Wenner decided that ho him Vtt self should be the subject Then be gnu the experiments each day record hing tho administration of cocalno in yr larger nnd larger quantities and in va J ried forms Religiously and with the 1 tender attraction that a miser has for gold he wrote the smallest detail of his sufferings from the drug That he might the better observe the effect of the drug Dr Wenner would seat himself in front of a long mirror He watched the twitching muscles of his face the contraction of the pupils J of the eyes the fiery brilliancy thatI a- rwould come into them Then ho would rejnember no moreIAfter hours he would awaken and try 6 to finish the record Of his emotions It all had to comp to an end this watching In the looking glass the sane man beholding himself going insane He could stand it no longer The sane man went away The insane man was sittIng before the mirror watching him J self He dashed at him and destroyed him The glass clattered and crashed i down on his head The lights went out and all around him were enemies seek liCeIi ing his He armed himself with a shotgun and swung at the imaginary foes in tho darkness His cries alarmed his neighbors and they bound him In fear of their lives George Wenner country doctor was burled at Germantown Pa Ho paid the price Others will come afterhlm us others before him and they will lay down their liv a likewise Mies Harriett Adams of Lewisport I is the guest of Miss Mamie Graham Shirley Benham of Concordia was here Wednesday I Father J S Henry of Axtel was the guest of Fathertl Brey Wednes dhy and Thursday Mrs T E Eskridge and children have been visiting relatives at Fords j ville the past week s CLOSING OUT SALE Everything in the largest stock of 1it1 t jewelry and music goods ever known in the county to be closed out to quit business EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK AT A BARGAIN PRICE Get next to this saleUnheard of prices on fine watches and clocksBeautiful pictures I and picture frames go at nearly half priceLatest I style ladys and gents watch fobs are with in reach of allYour last chance at this stock I GOODS ARE MOVING l FAST AT LOW PRICES t f WIB 013LZ13 f iIi n 1 ic 1 0 H ti 11If ii r- i HEALTH INSURANCE The man who Insures his life to wise for his family The man who Insures his health is wise both for his family and himselffYou may lasurol health byguard II- i Ing It It Is worth guarding I At the first attack of disease which generally approaches through the LIVER and maDIii tests itself in innumerable waysII TAKE =Ms Pills And sav your health Tlilr B1eckenridge News r WEDNESDAY September 100 t Gold Dust mak es good bread Closing out saleW B OelzeJJ Gold Dust flour 7Co sack Popham BrosM Weathflrholt was In Irvlngton ii- M ndayII Pare cider vinegar 25o galPopII ham Bros I Mrs A Taylor of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Collins Snow Flake flour 70o sack Pop ham Bros J W Jarrett Jr was down from Stephensport Monday I cif you dont see what you want ask for it Popham Bros aBait at the same old price 105 and f115 per bbl W T TllforaJLime salt and cement qlwaya iu atockPopbamBros j Fresh Ohio river catfish every day j at the English Kitchen I Gold Dust flour is the housekeep ors delight Use no other I Miss Evelyn Hick returned Satur 4 day from n visit to Henderson j Will Mullen has returned to Shaw nee Okla after a visit to relatives A few fruit jars and quart tin cans left at the old prleePopham BrosJJ I Geary Williams of Owensboro was I here and at Tar Springs Wednesday David Murray Jr went to Louisville Saturday to spend a few days Timothy and red tip hay baled 60 and 70 cents per 100 lbsW T TilfordMrs J fit Sterrett of SkillmanII the guest of Mr and Mrs J A f srfi8 H Roy Moorman of St Louis has en In the city this week visiting frIendsIOur lunches are just as big and as good as ever Call on ns English a KitchenMrs Romney Renfrew returned Monday to Dundee after a visit to relativesMisses Florence and Vina Hatha way of Owensburo are visiting their uncle A Newman Misses Maggie and Julia Wroe and Edmund Wroe returned Thursday from a visit to Ruth Miss Bessie OBryan of Bowling Green was the guest of the Misses Popham part of last week Mrs D L Collie and little daugh ter Katherine of El Paso Texas arrived last Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs P L KIng Misses Irene Helen and Bessie Dun fJan came up from Evansville Saturday to spend several days with their grandmother Mrs Maria Duncan Miss Judith Miller and Mrs 0 E Lightfoot went to Evanston Ill last Wednesday to spend several weeks with Mr and Mrs FN DHuy Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and Others strong AndNthatffv4he way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big h and strong whip others stay Small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easyway out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack 6f food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength Whatever the cause ofweak ress and failure to grow otts Emulsion seems to find If itumd set the matter right T Send for free sample Scoit Bowue Chemists 4o9Feari St New Yorl joe and Jtoo jail druggists G 0 j Eugene Reynolds returned last I week to Marshall Texas Mrs Key nolds will return later when she w1l1I be accompanied by her mother Mrs Mullen Rise Above Your Trouble No mutter what eaves anxieties or- SOlTOWSllIay vex or sadden you do not prove yourself n weakling by golnI down before them but show yourself noble in rising above them and mold Ing them to lifes purpose Rather bear i an insult than give one rather do n tear than cause one to beshed How many celebrities we would have If men would be as anxious to make their own fame ns they are to unmake the fame of others Try WonderineFor Nolte Bros and Popham Bros Cfoverport Ky mH A BRAWNY EVANGELIST lie Flrxt Whipped a Bully and Then Drought Him to Church A methodist minister tells the fol towing story about the lute Sam Ilozel the great Virginia evangelist who In his day was ono of the best known pulpit orators In the south Sam Rozel was a very big man and had a wide reputation for physical strength In his college days jie came off the field of combat usually a cir cumscribed and secluded area of the campus wearing the laurel of victory on many occasions and after he be came a preacher stories of his phys ical prowess were spread far and near One day he went to a village to hold a protracted meeting The village blacksmith who was a very big man and who was recognized especially Among the tavern habitues as a pugll istic wonder heard about tho coming of Rozcl and the villagers did not fall to tell him all they had heard about tho slzo of the parsons arm and the length of his legs and of tho con vuMng way he hat of closing an ar gument with his fists Ml this nettled the smith considerably so when Rozel reached the town he sought him out and asked him to fight Rozel of course said he did not want to fight but tho smith kept on insisting and finally Rozcl became angry and agreed to gratify the fel lowThey fought Rozel literally wiped up the ground with tho big man When ho had pounded him until the poor vanquished bully was gasping hard Rozel picked him up and threw him over a fence The blacksmith had not said a word since the affray began up to this point As ie rolled over on the other side of tho pence however ho called out eay parson kindly throw my horse over too Im going away But Rozel followed the man to hIs home and had him sitting on a front bench at the meeting that same night singing louder than any one else Baltimore Sun- NASTS SURPRISE Dramatic Climax In the Convention Which Nominated Grant In May 1808 the Republican na tional convention came along Nast went to Chicago to be present- It was settled beforehand that Gen eral Grant was to be the Republican presidential candidate The great sol dier had maintained a calm and noble dignity through all tiw trying days of conflict z QUEER THINGS TO PAINT Peculiar Subject For Picture Se lected by Student A noted artist was addressing his classYoung men ho said when you begin to paint dont choose peculiar and uncanny subjects for your pictures Some of you though despite me will choose such subjects That has been the case with all my classes- A country lad painted under me a picture of Nebuchadnezzar eating grass The picture was intended to be horrible and sad In a gaunt land cape the king nearly naked crouched on his hands and knees He was eat ing greedily of a big bunch of grass that he held In his left hand His as pect was bestial and intone The picture wasnt badly done but whoever looked at it laughed Another student of mine once paint ed a picture that he called The De liverance of Jonah On a sea beach Jonah knelt his hands clasped and his face turned skyward in grateful prayer The whale was disappearing Its vast bulkwas Sinking Into the sea A young Australian painted The Pound of Flesh In this composition the Judge and thV multitude of specta tors looked on while Portia held a long knife against the bared ribs of Shy lock Shylock was howling with wide open mouth and arms stretched out in an appeal for mercy and the blood was beginning to flow from his side When this pictures disagreement with Shakespeares text was pointed out to the young Australian he soldi smiling indifferently that aq error or that sort did not Interfere with tho pictures value as a work of art Among the queer subjects that my pupils have chosen to paint there havo been lepers snakes tombstones rats tailors worms skeletons and surgical operations Plttsburg Press The man who tIs afraid his employer will not give him credit usually doesnt get much Atchlson Globe It Is human nature to mute wore whom wo have Injured 1ftiHtun v Wanted j 10000 Barrels distillery apples L D ADDISON Addison K- yCook WantedI Good wages Good home Apply at News offi- cePUBLiC SALE I will at 1 oclock p m onSaturday SaturdaySept offer at public sale at my residence all Householdand Kitchen FurnitureCharles Scott Ha rdinsburg Ky How Ho Viewed It There WUH a carrlago accident In a town In Scotland A brougham con taining two ladles was run away with down a steep hill The noise and clat ter of the horses hoofs on the flags with which the town was paved were terrific A Scotch farmer who was walking on the footpath turned to watch the carriage disappearing In the distance and said to his companion For us who see It It Is Indeed a fearsome sight but for those who are In side It must be a rich spiritual experl ence London Gentlewoman Three Women Writer Among ladles distinguished for the beauty of their penmanship or pen woraaiishlp was Charlotte Bronte who wrote a very small very delicate and carefully finished hand Mrs lIe mans wrote in a free flowing style Elizabeth Barrett Brownings manu script was very neat and carefully punctuated the writing being distinct and legible though the letters were not well Joined Money Saved Muggins So you finally mustered up courage to propose to Miss Springer eh What was the result Huggins She dismissed me without ceremony Muggins Ob well dont you care The absence of ceremony saved yoa the ministers fee Philadelphia In quirer To please one must make up his mind fee be taught many things which he al ready knows by people who do not know thin Egyptian Weather As a topic of conversation the weather Is branded with Infamy in Egypt It Is never mentionedexcept by a fool I am not saying this maliciously for I was that fool often enough More than once on being Introduced to Europeans I would pass the usual compliments and addWh4t a charming day it IsS I got more than ono withering look of contempt for this species of crass for getfulness WJiy the sun shines like a ball of lire for eight months each year and there Is practically no varia tion In the weather In my diary 1 lead the following entries Beautiful morning Beautiful morning again Another beautiful morning Oh bother they are all beautiful mornings here so I must take It for granted Alexandria Correspondence Reversed Mrs Closely do you still maintain your rules as to when the servants must be In at night Certainly The only difference ibI that tho cook now makes the rulesDetroit Free Press The Lucky Day What day of tho week do you think is tho luckiest to get married on queried tho soft and sweet young thingThe eighth replied the confirmed bachelor refusing to be sentimental even for a minute Cincinnati Commercial Tribune t 1 i 71 WantSjr r 1 r 3r9r3iAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week n FOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines lot or good Laundry machines 4 Also new und secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnKlnes MAKT1N LADLE 510 3rd Street Louisville ICy 4 FARM Ion SALE My farm In Hreckenrldo county Ky five south of Irvlnjrton four miles west ICy on tto Lletehlleld roadcontaining 718 acres 450 acres In high statu of cultivation Kino running water Good hulldlnjs Ierfer to sell as a whole but will GcoDruryDowleyvllIc HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and thirelI Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets onI daily sale Cloverport to St rouis Seas on ticket Ji 130 60 day ticket JOM 15 day ticket 015- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 3r Special Coach Excursions Conch excursions to St Louis and return within seven days on Tuesdays and Thursdays during August and Septem ber at 680 from Cloverport Labor Day Sept 5 1904 For this occasion rate of one first class fare plus 202 for round trip Clo verport to points not more than 50 miles distant and return Tickets to be sold Oil Sept 5 good to return Sept O L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Trulh leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Wtst Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 AM No 42 Dully Midland Express leaves Cl- overport9dAM stop at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar rives Clovtrport 443 p m Louisville 00 p m Stops at West Point only Train No 43 Express dully ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 945 p m Stops at all stations- WEST BOUND ExpressleavesTlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 018 PM stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansvlllo 100- villa St Louis 616and heenderson onlyawes Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport723 p m Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 P M arrives Evunsvlllol A M St Loulsf20 A M stops at Ilawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train NO 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 420 a m arrives Irvlngton 815 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords vllle 340 p m arrives Irvlogton 6UX pm Train No 0 Sunday only Fords vllle 000 a m Irvlngton 833 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsville 305 pmTrain yo 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fordsvlfio 1100 p m LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET co Fast Mail and Passenger Line 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pOfibe calling cards for only 50- centsMows office k s LX The Breckenridge News uP WEDNESDAY September 7 1004 OATS AND BARLEY BULLETINS ISSUED i F By American Society of Equity Official Organ Gives Effect of Wheat Bulletin A Sof E NEWS AND COMMENT g k In the September 1 issue of Up Tot Date Farming the official organ of g the American Society ot Equity Is published on the frot page the Sot cletys bulletin tor tho oats crop of 1004 and the bulletin for the lU04 t barley crop Both are issued from the i National Union of the American Sol clety of Equity at Indianapolis and are dated August 25 1004 The oats crop bulletin is as follows i TO THE FARMERS OF AMERICA From crop reports received iron members and nonmembers in U1 pro doting sections and from all other available sources of information this society does estimate the yieli of the 1004 crop of cats in the United States to be 810 million bushels A minimum price is recommended for the 1004 crop of oats of 40 cents pet bushel at Chicaco J A EVERITT Pres M W TnBBS Act Sec 1Thebulletin for the 1004 crop of barley is an follows TO THE FARMERS OF AMERICA From crop reports received iron members and nonmembers in all the sections that produce barley and from all other available sources of information this society does estnnati the yield of the 1004 crop of barle in the United States to be 123 mlllioi bushels This society does also recom mend a minimum price for the lUOt crop of barley of 58 cents per bnshe for No2 at Chicago and 02 ceuti per bushel for No 8 at Chicago J A EVERITT Pres M W TUBES Act Sec The Wheat Bulletin The A S of E wheat bulletin or the 1001 crop was sent out July 33th f On that day speculative September new wheat sold for 88a Cash new wheat OOo and cash old wheat 102 on the Chicago market At this writing August ICth 21 days later September wheat sold for 1 02Ji a rise of 10 cents a bushel It matters not whether the A S r of E Is responsible for the rise 10 wheat or not If its system of crop reporting gives it a knowledgH of the condition of the crop and if it give Information about prices and value so members mn hold their crops foi the rise it is doing Incalculable Ilood to farmers We admit that the deterioration of the spring wheat crop has had ai effect on the market But this condition only hastens wnat was bound to come even though the Northwea raised a full average orop If the damnge to the spring wheat crop IS very great it means even a hlghe price than the A S of E set Our advices indicate that the worst has not been told and we predict the full damage will not dawn on the people until threshing is under way At this time we want to refer tt the liberal marketing of wheat after harvest It has been from 50 to 100 per cent more than last season at the same time This was because farmer had not heard of tne higher price set and thought 1 was the price The crop this year is much less thin last year yet the marketing has been much larger Does this not provf that farmers did hold their wheat last year Does it not prove that tarmers need a price set as a guide If al farmers had got the A S of E but letins prcmptlv it would have made i a hundred million dollars for them UpToDate Farming Annual A S E Meeting It has been decided to hold the annual meeting for election of officers t transaction of business for ther randr Society ot Equity on Thurs day December 8 1004 at headquar ters Indianapolis lOll Tne meeting will cover more than one day if necessaryNominations of candidates for the a various offices are now in order u The officers tj be elected are presi dent secretary treasurer statistician t organizer attorney and seven directors The board of directors shall consist of the president secretary and four others Candidates names must = e be published In the official paper at II IIleast six weeks before tho election This makes It compulsary that the names be proposed anti received at headquarters by or before Oct 20th when the November 1st number will closeIIt is desired that all the officers for the next year shall be men who can give as much of their time to the development of tho society as necessary Any member otaJ union can put a name in nouihiotion and it should be accompanied by a state ji1 J y a 6t 1wJ 1 k U f w LJ Ladies OnlyII It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri 1 tating Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiPain PlUs are for womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarring Influence and some echo or pain Is the result The remedy Is at hand Dr Miles AntiPain Plus They act most marvellously on wom ans nervous organism and relieve and euro the pains to which sho Is a martyr Headaches ncuralglac pains monthly pains and all kinds of pains disappear as It a Bontlo hand had lightly soothed 1 them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to tho head Toothache Backache arel all cured by these Little Comforters Cured withput danger of disagreeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomachJ or other Internal organstt Dr Miles AntiPain Pills please the J women and tho children take them beII cause they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of sick headache at times suffering untold agonies I could not enduro any excitement Going to church and even visiting brought on these terrible spells I tried numerous remedies without relief untilr I tried Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and they have cured me When I feel symp 1 toms of sick headache I tako a pill andlward oft the attack When I am and nervous n pill soothes meMRS t SARAH WATKINSON Blairstown la Price 25c a box Never sold In bulk Write to us for Free AntiFREE package of Dr Miles Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrong and how to right It COIABORATOIUES ment snowing the fitness of the party for the position which will be published j for the information of members Votes will be cast on blinks to be supplied for this purpose and which will be printed in the official paper I in due time UpToDate FarmlOgtt Special Lines Organizing- The tobacco grower3 are organizing very rapidly They propose to hold a national convention at Lynchburg Va in October to agree on the schedule ot prices for the 1004 crop The bean growers in Mohigan are organizing Ueo U Wynans of Hamburg and Milo Marsh of Lan sing are the prime movers If you want n meeting or inrther particu lars write to either of these gentle men The barley growers are organizing under the leadership of W 0 Webber Rochester Minn All these industries are organizing in the American Society of Equity UpToDate Firming UpToDate Paragraphs- The beet time of all for organization I IB now at hand Dont let anything get in the way Our results withI wheat show that victory is near Do not let the blare of the political trumpet and the hollow sound of the drum drown your interest in theI vital matter of farm economy of price and production Crops are maturing Are you doing anything to guarantee a fair priceI for them The first thing to do is to loin the A S of E and get advice through the ollioial paper =The farmers salary will soon be paid in the price of the crops he sells Are you satisfied with your salary If not you must strike for higher wag as thiongh controlled marketing The speculative market in grains is running a race with the legitimate markets but nu matter how taut the speculative price advances the cash price keeps ahead Hold your grain for the A S of E price About 410 farm papers are teaching farmers how to produce crops without n word as to how to get good pricesI fir the crops There are about a half doz n papers now devoted to the problem of securing profitable prices of which UpToDate Farming wasI the pioneer and is still the chief Organizers wanted for the Ameri can Society of Equity in all parts of the country The work is nnder way in the cotten belt the wheat regions the tobacco districts and whereever arm crops of any description are grown We want many more works food pay and pleasant work Vrite to headquarters for terms Whats in a Name Everything is in the name whenI It comes to Witch Hazel Salve E 0 eWitt Co of Chlcgao discoveredl some years ago how to make a salveI from Witch Hazel that is a specific I for Piles For blind bleeding Itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin iiseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the enuine Sold by All Druggists THE AMERICAN COW The American cow is an institution of large dimensions Sue produces nnmlly 8 OUO OUO 000 gallons of milk J1500000000 pounds of butter and 800000000 pounds of cheese not to mention hides leather glue hair horn and other byproducts Her total dairy crop is worth over 00000000 a yearThe American afmer i tAtJ r r4 IS OF INTEREST TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Monument Is Dedicated On Spot Where Many Of Our Brave Forefathers Fell TilE RIVER RAISIN MASSACRE The monument to mark the spot of the massacre of tho River Raisin at Monroe Mich where several lien KentuckIans were slain January 22 and 23 H1Bwas dedIcated Thursday with appropriate ceremon More than half a century ago there was erectedm the cemetery in Frankfort one of the handsomest bat tle monuments in the country to mark the resting place Jof many of those who fell at the Raisin The battle or rather massacre was one of the events of the war of 1812 States of Ohio and Kentuok had sent their quota of troops to the of the country in response tc the proclamation of President MadI- son issued June 18 1812 Upon the troops of the two States fell the duty of defending the western frontier After a long and tedious march the Americans under Gen Winnhester faced the British on Michigan soil January 2 1813 A sharp encounter resulted followed by the surrender of the American troops to Gen Proctor commanding the English and Indians ih en Over to Savages- A proviso of the surrender was the protection of the Americans from the scalping knives of the Indians The guarantee was not kept and the nigot of January 22 and onI several hundred Kentuckians under the blades of the Indians Among them was Col John Allen The only officer who escaped wnSI Major Madison afterward nhosei Governor of the State From the moment the news of thi massacre spread Remember the Raisin became rallying cry nev troops were sent to fill the places of those who had fallen and It was left to the Kentuckians in the battle of the Thames October C 1818 to avenge the massacre of their brothers and to give a fatal blow to the power of treat Britain In the West Ther was little further defense necessar on tho Western frontier after this and the Kentucky troops were abl- at this critical moment to join lion Jackson at New Orleans and lend their strength to his in defeating the Bntisn Ifearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens Versailles 0 For years he was troubled with Kidney dIsease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testi ties Im ou the road to complete recovery P Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists GOES TO COLLEGE Wallace Babbage left last Wednesday for Lexington where he will attend State College He serened the appoint ment thus past summer through get fug the highest average In the cam- epetlti examination at Hardinsburg Mothers Dont Suffer With Neuralgia Rheumatism Pains in the Back etc Paracamph relieves and cures such ailments because it opens the pores induces sweating and draws out all fever and infla nation It soothes it cools it cures Keep a bottle In your home You need it every da- yREPRESENT KENTUCKY Frankfort Ky Aug 31 Secretary of State McCuesney and Governors Secretary Leigh will leave this after noon for Monroe Mich to be present as representatives of Kentucky at the ded ication of the River Raisin battle mon ument They will be met at Cincinnati by formor Governor ThoninsCrittemleu of Missouri THIS AFTER 17 YEARS Susan ACralle sued Richard HCralle for a divorce alleging drunkenness and failure to supportafter a married life of seventeen years The couple were mar ried in Breckeuridge county Octoder 23 1877 Eight children have been born to the livingThewitable alimony is asked Louisville Post CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- 191gnature of I f G JustaMoment Pleased Why notlet The Royal Tailors ofChi cago make your fall suit or overcoat When delivery is made there will also be delivered directguaranty covering the quality of goods the style and fit ofthe garments andthe workmanship And thatguaranty isworthone hun dred cents on the dollar to you It means that you are to besatisfied with the garments when you get them satisfied thatthey weremadeexpressly foryoti to your own measureand it means that they will wear well give you good service and hold their shape as rightlytailored gar ments should The cost of Royal tailoring is so low that you might almost l think price was the first consideration But it isnt Value is first Valuegiving at the basis ofThe Royal Tailors success The best for the money alwaysthat is the Royal ideaI L Custorqcrs of The Royal Ttllora are Invited to guess how many people will attend the Worlds Fair at St Louis They offer prizes consisting of ten Automobiles to be given to the ten persona making the closest guesses The coat of these Automobiles Is 513 7OO There are also eight cash prizes of 100 each making the total value of the prizes 14500 For every dollar you pay on an order for Royal tailoring you can make one guess on a 15 suit you can make fifteen guesses and on a 20 suit you can maKe twenty guesses and ao ona guess for every dollar The Royal Tailors carry a milliondollar stock ofwoolens something sure to please everybody suits and overcoats for men and boysladies mantailored skirts andcoatsall i made strictly to measure at an actual proven cash saving of fully twentyfive per cent But the thing to do is to see the goods and get the prices t You can do that by calling on F FRAIZE 1 CHELF BUYS LAND V Judge Weed S Chelf this week pur chaselabout fortythree acres of laud iron Thomas Duncan for which he paid 2240 cash The laud lies in Valley Creek and adjoins the place which Judge Chelf recently purchased from RVernon Elizabethtown Mirror What Is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do Know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of tho organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25o at Short Haynes Drug Store i The Coasaclts I Up to 1814 the Cossacks were mainly bandits and In fact the name Is de- rive l from n Tartar word which means robber The first Cossacks took boat on the Dnieper the Volga and tho Don and settled on the banks of these great rivers living l11 y plunder and by the proceeds of fishing fighting generally on foot but nlwnys remaining near their boats wlilili nocurod them a safe retreat In ease of a reverse Dont Lie Awake At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottlA is guaranteed to give you satisfaction or money refunded So why suffer Oat a bottle today ICASHLION COFFEEAddition Regular Free Premiums How Would You I like a Check like This 1 II Wt Awarded 2000000 Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in to ers our to you m that your is Vi- g You can send as many estU mates as desired Grand of will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Vote Contests We olio offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee 50 fino calling cards for only 50 EIIIcents News office Addras WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of his famous sod responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal ni World Exposition Meter to thousand of graduate in Cost of Full IJimlnemn four Including Tui tier Hook and Hoard In family about Ioi ShorihaedType WritingandTelegraphySpecialtie- stmThe Kentucky University Diploma under seat awarded Rrmlnftte Literary Iourne free II desired Yovncntlon Itrnow In order la hnre1Iur tellers Uraduatennccedulii WILBUR R SMITH In to the Have Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair Contest Ill2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in the II Presidential Vote Contest I IIaddition Ioneacknowledgment estimate recorded First Prize 500000 Presidential OBltlnnI What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can k dldates combined at the election A November 8 1904 m In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com Toledo 0 on or before W November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S260OOO 1 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes isooOO each 100000 6 Prizes 20000 100000I10 Prizes 10000It 1000002O Prizes 6000II 1000006O Prizes 2000 100000 260 Prizes 1000II 2600001800 Prizes 600II 000000 2130 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksI It Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it you will be suited convinced there is no other such value for the money Then you will take no otherand thats why we advertise andJJ we are using our advertlstng money so that both of usyonas well as wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion WE GiVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES f Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of ti I LION COFFEE 1 WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO ii t irr dY 1il r- f T E T7iUTTTI The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY September 7 1004 SECOND MEETING IS HELD BY BAPTISTS f woiir Sessions Of Bredkenridge w v Association Held Last Week wAtGoshen Church rJr CLOVERPORTti t t yy- i The second annual meeting of the Breckenridge Association of Baptists convened at Goshen Baptist church i it Glendeane at 11 oclock last Wed nesday morning the opening song I being Jesus Lover of My Soul The moderator Rev W V Harrell i called the meeting to order Tne clerk O M Payne being absent JP B Herndon of Irvlngton was rev t quested to act in his stead until beImade The minister who had been appointed to preach the introductory sermon not being present this part of the service was postponed until 730 oclock Wednesday evening The letters of greeting from the churches of thn association were read by H J Vine and L A Moore Prayer was then offered by Rev JG Bow The churches were next called and vote was taken for per manent organization which resulted in Ithe election of W V Harrel as moderator and JB Herndon as clerk Visiting ministers and messengers rom corresponding associations were ironed as follows J G Bow of tate Board of Missions Geo H fcc Ministers Aid J F Winchel irry County Ind Association B Vine Baptist Argus L A Moore jmsville The following were the messengers the association enrolled Vlover Creek0 W Smith A N JtiIckey E n jci- tJJloverport S 0 Christian W V erklns J E Keith Dr J L doorman John F Morton Dr J T JwenFrIendsblpL j M Payne A Vetherford J K Wetherlord t HarpertJGartield J R Mordock M P fpttfob James Tabor M P Compton 3eo Snider J L Johnson 2 B I eadGoshenJJ T F Owen J A Unborn e JM Craig Thos Robertson p S Robretfion R Sl Weller Hardinsburg W VHaswell Taylor bcott Chapman Moorman Hit s RunS E Waggoner Sam p urdette W H Thurman WmHaw dns R S Howard M Hawkins Irvington Henry Davis STParks V O Bailey Rlt Tuttle J B erndon F H McGehee J T pwis New Bethel D S Miller S T Jarnette Hubert DeJarnette Wn i Jcisson Richardson Adiclsson C L wkina Walnut Grove RB Basham JHOtt H T Gibson W N Head Geo Kurtz John Gibson cephenspprt H S English Jr v M JBlirkley S H Dix A A comb E B English oriiuh J M Withers J L niacin tt Wright John Prank Jerk Ulet j Bowman t r 1 1sands Have Kidney Trouble nnd Dont Know It Row To Find Out S yourIrsediment or settling tII Indicates an condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen it IIs evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain In the back Is also I Jnclng proof that the kidneys and blad ffl out of order I What to Do ere I I soISwamptheeverytthekidneysV urinary passage It corrects Inability t unpleasantlefty passinglbad fc the day and to get up many times V the night The mild and the extra try effect of SwampRoot Is soon PI jsd It stands the highest for Its won thetcures of the most distressing cases 1 altesnI let thislet unhealthy i Dr Kilmer dt nori of SwampRoot 1 R t menJungI t r Sbake any mistake but remember tho Swampfcho address Binghamton N Y acftin c It Among the visitors present from 1 nther associations were 0 L Goff E C Clemons H 0 Truman Black ford and J D Duncan and Lira Moorman Goshen Rev W B Rut ledgeHof North Carolina formerly pastor of the Cloverport Baptist church was in attendance The following committees were ap pointed to report Wedneeday after noonState Missions S O Christian J T F Owen Baptist Ministers Ah1JJLewJs C W Moorman After some announcements were made the association adjourned to meet at 180 in the afternoon Wednesday Afternoon The Wednesday afternoon session opened with the song Every Day and Every Hour and prayer by J D Duncan Announcement of committees was then mnde us follows Foreign MIssionsE B English Henry Gibson W V PerKins Home Missions 3 0 Christian A Wetnerford A A Claycomb District Missions M P Payne R B Basham U T Parks TemperanceH a English John Wetherford F H McGehee Orpnans Home M P Compton G N Barkley G W Payne Schools and CollegesJ T Lewis J E Brickey W R Moorman Rev E B English was appointed messenger to represent the association at the Southern Baptist convention bv acclamation and Rev ti 0 Christian was chosen alternate- It was decided that the association meet with the Cloverport Baptist church in 1005 and Rev J T Lewis was Delected to preach the introductory sermon with Rev D B Clapp as alternateThe on State Mssions and Ministers Am Society respect mude their reports which were lively These reports as well as made during the second day of the associations work would occupy several columns if all were published and therefore cannot be given space hereSecretary Cox of the Ministers Aid Society made a strong appeal in be half of the cause after which n col lection was taken which amounted to 1900 Thursday Morning The second day morning session was called to order at 10 oclock The song When the Roll is called up yonder was sung and prayer was offered by Rev H C Thurman A committee was appointed to col lect funds from the churches present to meet the expenses of the associa tions delegate to tne Southern Baptist convention for the ensuing year Af ter this followed the reports of the committees on foreign missions home missions aud district missions which were ably discussed by the loll wing speakers E B English SO ChrIs- tian R B Basham J T Lewis and WBRutledgeThe reports on the three missions were adopted as read Thursday Afternoon Thursday afternpon after prayer by- Re Christian the reports on tem perance orphans home schools and colleges and religious literature were approved as read W V Harrell was appointed messen ger to Blackford association for the ensuing year tins Rev Harrell and J T F Oven to Ohio association- It was agreed by vote that the del egates present advance amount due the delegato to the Southern Baptist convention to pay his expenses 11 20 tn Slime whoh was colected and laid over to him A committee composed ol S O Christian and JT F Owen was appointed on Timo of Meeting of Brecic enridge Association their report tire embodied in the constitution The following resolution was adop ted before the adjournment of tho association Resolved That we OH an associa tion express by ailsiug vote PUI appreciation and gratitude for the very pleasant way in which we have been entertained by the members of Goshen church and the people of this community The association adjourned Thurs day afternoon to meet at the Cloverport Baptist church on Wednesday after the fourth Sunday in August 1105 at 11 oclock in the morning RAN THEIR LEGS OFF St Louis Sept 1 American athletes held the center of the stage today In the Olympic games There were created one worlds record and three Olympic records The worlds record was broken by J M Sheridan of New York in the discus throw when he made a throw of 132 feet which was four feet and onehalf inch better tnan the past record The feat ure of the day was the 800 mete race in which were entries by representa tives of the United States Germany Canada and New Zealand The first four places were claimed by the Americans Not only did James D Ligh oody of the Chicago athletic associa tion lower the Olympic record by live and two fifths seconds but be ran the legs off the German representative who collapsed at the finitih- LYE Y 1 1 1SMITHS IN REUNION JSew YorK Sept IThree thousand or more Smiths have gathered at Peapaok to celebrate the annual re union of that famous family in New Jersey Every county in the state was represented and there were visit ing Smiths present from many other states The custom of holding the family reunions was inaugurated in 1800 Skin Diseases Ecztnea Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved ana quickly cured by the free use of Paracatnph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the akin healthy and smooth AFTER TOBACCO TRUST Clarksville Tenn Sept 1Presi dent Charles H Fort of Clurksvillo District Tobacco Growers associ ation has called n meeting of all interested in malntaning better prices for tobacco for the 24th inst at the fair grounds m Guthrie Ky This meeting will be for the purpose of perfecting an organization and ta c lug such steps as may be considered necessary to combat the tobacco trust 2 Some months ago a similar meeting was held at Springfield Tenn at which H committee was appointed to get tog tner evidence of the existence of the alleged tobacco trust This com mitten IB now at work and reports that they have gathered conclusive evidence of the existence of a trust that is controlling the tobauco situa tion throughout the dark belt of Tenn essee and Kentucky controlling prices and shutting out independent com petition This committee is being assisted by Congressman J W Gaines of Nashville A Power For Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by All Druggists LETTER FINISHED Oyster Bay Aug SlThe president has finished his letter of acceptance and it is now in the hands of the printer It will be printed this week and will be published on SeptemberlS Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature I Medicines that aid nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough Iwlieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secre tions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short Us Hayne- sKENTUCKY IS IT St Louis Mo Aug SlTo quote the bootblack in the shoepolish advertising picture Its a shame to take the money tne way the Kentucky entries are doing at the Worlds Fair horse exhibition Really its too pasy The other fellows say weve worked onr rnbbits foot To day Kentuckys exhibitors won ten championships eleven diplomas on reserve cbamuionsnips a 8200 silver trophy and 1500 in prize money other exhibitors are being highly commended and commended whatever that may mean but it cer tainly wont buy hay or pay rnilroid freight or express bills By winning ten championships today the Kentucky entries are absolutely certain to land as many grand championships tom rrow the closing lily Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other pnlve lotion ointment or bnlm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Soros Felons Ulcers Totter Salt Rheum Fev r Sores Chapped Hands Skin Erup tions infalliatle for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 12J3c at Short Haynes Druggists BACK TO TELL CITY The merrygoround which was operated by the Masons of Oloverport and those of Hardinsburg at and after their respective barbecues was taken back to Tell City Wed nesday on a barge towed by the S F Sawyer The merrygoround is the property of John Irvin of Can nelton A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and son riding for life 18 miles to got Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma put this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night II Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50o and f100 Trial bottles free at Short Hayues drug store 50 fine calling cards for 50 cents at tho News office f The Old Old StoryAnd a New After all was said aud finished We began right where we quit With the time worn words unuttered We cant pay the mortgage yet Fathers form with age grew feeble Mother too with age grew slow Then we knew we couldnt pay it Money that we long did owe Strangers cauie and toots possession Parents both soon passed away Sister and I were told s hen leaving Make your living best you may But here came among the farmers A slight change that we could see Starting like a little ripple Far out in the open sea And it grew and grew in volume LI ke the mighy waves that ne The American Society of Equity Is the mighty thing you see It has come to even prices By u plan of equal fee Farmer friends its for all workers J As much as tis tor you and me Equity dont mean oppression To any class or anyone But it does mean equal prices And whats just to every one Clarence Blyler in UpTo Date Farming Hopuinsville Ky June 7 1101 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three years and from ex perience I can say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior merits I Most respectfullyThomas Armistead A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes goals cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and Madder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles In children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Office 2931 Olive street FIRST IN FIFTY YEARS Robert S Mathley charged with the murder of Emma Watkins was found guilty oy a jury composed of twelve of his fellowmen and a verdict was returned fixing the penalty at deathThe case was given to the jury at 815 oclock on Wednesday morning and at 907 oclock after fiftytwo minutes deliberation the verdict was brought into the court room of the Daviess circuit court thus making it the third death penalty inflicted in Daviess county and the first one within the past fifty years I Thurslays Owensboro Messenger ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader cf this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin diseasel or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofuln Ith let ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fevei Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name nature ori g50 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mindwhat you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL CO 731 RamlMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill oJtheBoyd Chemical Co BOYS FOOT BURNED David Owen Hall the littl son of Mr and Mrs Cnas Hall has been suffering the past week with a severely burned foot which was caused by some carbolic acid thatgot on the member while he was at play in the yard at his home BIG NEGRO MEETING The Southwestern Ministerial All lance of the African M E church Louisville distrct Lexington confer ieuce will convene in Asbury church this city thix morning at 1030 and continue until Saturday when a big picnic will be given by the members of the church the Ladies Aid Epworth League and Sunday school At the picnic there will be wheelnarrow races and a pie eating contest The colored people are expecting about 500 of their triends WeJean lug We WontDo you think we cannot make bug II gies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion sub CherryPectoral dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine We have used Avers Cherry Pectoral In our fnmlljr for 24 yean for throat nod lune troubles and we think no medicine equals It Mils A 1OMKIIOV Appletou Alluu MeSOe 5100 Jc AYER co All J rwirofor IrU rsaJ I Weak Throats rocovoryPurely to be here Saturday from Hadins burg Irvington Hawcsville and other neighboring towns HORSES DAY NOT OVER The other day in Kentucky It ia said it was necessary to abandon a parade because not enough good horses could be obtained which is strange news from a State noted for its fine animals Good horsed are said to be so scarce in Baltimore that some officers are finding difficulty maneuverswill take place in a few days A United States Consul in South Germany not long ago said the demand for good horses in that section was so active that Americans can make money by sending over some good stock The prices he quoted were double those prevailing in this countryThe and other machines eleotricltyhavehas not yet been forced out of the market There is a certain interest attaching to a beautiful serviceable horse that cannot be felt in a ma chine Tne horse has not yet had his day Baltimore Herald NEW POSTMASTER Washington Sept 1Kate Jones has been appointed postmaster at Vanzant Breckenridge county vice Virgil A Matthews resigned can but we wont The Geo JDelker Cos namands for good II work and good material in every pert where you can see it and where you cant There is less profit in this kind of work but more satisfaction to both maker and user If its new and uptodate we make it Remember the buggy makes the name not the name the buggy 4 The Geo Delker Cott fA CORPORATION t 130 U I2J Elm smut Henderson Kentuckyrr Sold by dealers every where If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory Buy your o 4 C 00 Suppliesfrom Jno DBabbaget u 1 H tA ir The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 7 food i I PATESVILLE L Miss Nellie Fnwvor is ill i sti st Closing out saleW B Uelze J 11 Lamb was in Clovorporl Sattirdnyti M V Marlowe of Wavcrly Tenn is in town Jesse Marlowe was in Rockvalc last week on business Prof S II Porter of Ilawes busRevappointment at the Baptist church r Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W S Reid will leave for Tell City this week where they will reside J N Paxton returned home Wednesday after a pleasant visit r to his nephew Dr Ollie Board of 11ishersvilleI The fall term of school opened Mondrty with Miss Anna Lamb as principal and Miss Mollie Faw ver assistant Mrs Mark Clark and daughter Miss Ethelof Shorts Station spout last week with her parents Mr and Mrs S J Baker The baseball boys have fixed up just right to play ball Nine of them have a scarlet uniform while the other nine have blue Messrs Mint Clark and T W Harmon who have been hauling timber between Tar Springs and Clovcrport spent Sunday at home Mrs Irvin Ellington and sons left Thursday for their home in Arkansas accompanied to Owens boro by her sister Miss Ada Fry mire THREE JURORS CURED or Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle or ChambcrlanSCoIic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr U W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while serving on a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville county seat of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate some free h meat and it gave me cholera morbus in n very severe form I was never more sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture but the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead say ing that he had what I sent for but that this medicine was so much bet ter he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose cured me entirely Two tellow jurors were nflllcted in the same manner and one small bot tie cured the three of us For sale by Short Haynes TARFORK Miss Mayse Jackson has return ed home from Jolly Miss Awbry Rice of Owens boro iis visiting relatives here L C Taul wife and daughter went to Louisville this week Ed Hook and wife made a visit iIiardinsburgii Mrs Janer Keenan visited her daughter Mrs Ellen Bates at Jolly last week Mrs San Rice and children Alvin and Ivie of Askins wore visitors of 0 W Rice and wife Saturday and HundlYiRev C L Golf and fancily at tended meeting at Pisgah Satur day and Sunday and were guests df WillMason and wife Tho work on Cave Spring church is progressing slowly VJibiV tjlld leaycs tbcgin to fell wo hope to have the dedication J y ijFromrtS to 92 Pounds j One of the moat remarkable cases of n cold deei= seated on the lungs caus tug pneumonia is that ot Mry Gertrude E Fennetf ilanonJUnuO yopfJoeThe coughing and straining so wakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 12 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy t cured me entirely of the cougn strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength toSoJd by All Druggists I 50 fine calling card for 50 cents at tho News office v SKIN HUMORS Complete External and Internal Treatment ONE DOLLAR Consisting of warmbaths with uticurl- H SOAP e to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle CUTICURA Oint ment to instantly allay itching irritation and inflammation andsoothe and healand CUTI CURA Pills to cool and cleanse the blood- A Single Set costing but One Dollar is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring skin scalp and blood humors edemas rashes itchlngs and irritations with loss of hair from infancy to age when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutlcurt Sotp23eMOInt mnt Oc ntlolYfnl Oc In form of Chocolate waled rUliUc ptr vial of 00 Depot London 27 Charter bout ft t iadaE Rat de It Pats I Doitnn 187 Columbui des rotten Drug Chem Corp Role Trope rurlnrDumoBIG SPRING Quarterly Meeting was held hero last Saturday and Sunday Miss Zelma Strother will re turn home from Louisville Mon dayMiss Ollie Shumate began teaching her school here last Ion dayJohn Morris was in Ilard ins burg Wednesday and Thursday on businessBen Clarkson was in Owens boro several days last week on businessMrs Sallie Clarkson of Eliza bethtown is here visiting Mrs Amanda Clarkson Henry Bush of Oaktown Ind is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Bush Mrs Mans and son SOl and daughter Miss Jessie of Tampa Fla are hero visiting her sister Mrs Meyer Mrs Stithof Louisville and little granddaughter Lillie Blake ley are here with her sister Mrs James Harned Mr and Mrs T C Williams of West Point were here Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs John II Meador Mr and Mrs Melville Esk ridge of Owensboro have re turned home since the burial of her father Mr Morris Dick Clarkson of Elizabeth town was hero Thursday and Fri day circulating among his brothers sisters and friends Charley Moorman of Elizabeth town and Mrs Hynes his sister of Irvington visited their old home place lastSaturday On account of theathof Mr A R Morris his stcjre will be closed untilraftor his jvjll is pro batedand that will D Sept 2G LGuntyCourt day in Brecken ridge j jfHarvoyi londale washer Friday and waS accompanied libhoby his wife who has been here the past two weeks vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Miller Miss Laura Babor a most charming young lady of Charles ton South Carolina is visiting Miss Ohio Mao Clarkson and they will leave for St Louis to visit tho worlds fair Miss Willa Ilerndon of Hen dcrsonwho was a charming visit I or of siiss Olla Mao Clarkson left for Grayson Springs last Wednes day to spend a few weeks before returning home Mrs Sallio Collie of El Paso Tex who was hero at the bed side of her father has gone to Clovcrport to be with her daugh ter Mrs P L King Messrs Arthur Scott Franklin Kinchcloo Taylor Scott and Mar CUR Kincheloe and Miss Lillie Scott of Hardinsburg were her to attend the funeral of A It MorrisMiss Hortonso Miller who has been nursing a case at Stithton for two weeks camo homo Wed nesday to be with her sister Mrs Jenkins who was visiting her fa ther Miss Hortcnso will return to Louisville after the fair at ElizabethtownA one of our oldest citizens died Monday Aug 29 and was buried the following day He was seventytwo years oldand had llived here over forty years and been in business most of the time He had been confined to bed six weeks and was a great sufferer most of the time Ho leaves a widow who is his second wife and four married daughters and two sons Ho will be greatly missed in his business circle and from tho Methodist churchof which he was a devout member for fifty years WEBSTER Sundayschool day here next Sun dayML Lyddan is attending the Eliza betntown fair John Lyddan went to Louisville last week on business Peyton Claycomb is teaching the McGehee district school Mrs Jas Sklllman of Cloverport has been visiting at J R Mays Mrs Thos Bruner is teaching a private school at J B Dutschkes Mrs Kate Butler of Ruth is vis iting her aunt Mrs W G Jordan Thos Baahain living near Clifton Mills is completing a new dwelling C H Claycombs new residence on his farm near town is nearing comple tion Wm Hall went to Louisville last week with a car load of firstclass hogsBen Doolev of Hardinsburg visited his uncle Thos Dooley here last weekJ C Crutcher chaperones a crowd from here to the worlds fair this weekThe timber business throughout this section has been very active this seasonJohn Wimp and family of Davies county are visiting at Aaron NortonsMiss Carey of Glendeane is teaching our public school which began Monday H L Kurtz our hustling stoctc dealer averages shipping a car load of stock each week Don Lyddan has returned to Hussel vllle to enter school and Mike Lyddan goes back to Lexington Clifhn Mills has taken one real business activity New merchants and new goods draw trade Mrs Robt Haltingly and children of Hurdinsbnrg are visiting Mes dames Payne and Compton Alex Bobbins was called to Skill man last Friday on account of the serious illness of his mother Miss Ethel Beard has finished one month of the session of the Clifton Mills school very successfully- H H Norton H L Kurtz and Tom Lyddan each Fhlpped a car load ol stock the first of the week J B Dutsnhke has made a considerable addition to his residence which adds greatly to its convenience Mrs Sam Dugan of Oklahoma iis here on a visit to relatives and friends Mrs Dugan is delighted with her new home LAHANT Miss Mary K Ford is teaching our school Paul Kullman wont to the St Louis fair last week Mrs L T Roberts is visiting her brother in Texas Everts Ilickerson has been very sick but is improving Sundayschool every Sunday at tho Roberts schoolhouse OASTOaIBears You Hare Always Bought tba11 fo-f Miss Kate Bosloy of Indiana is visiting relatives hero Mr Sheldon will move his saw mill to Lick Run this week Miss Jessie Pike of Paynes villa is visiting her sister 11rs1 Annio Baysingor Tr- yWonderine For Sale by Nolte Bros and Popliam Bros Cloverport K- yBEWLEYVILLE Fletcher Blanford is home for a monthPaul Hardaway is much improved of his illness Miss Bessie Cox has been visiting her relatives near Bethel Miss Annie Meyer has been visiting Misses Sallie and Maud Anderson Wm Hawks of Louisville nas returned from u visit to friends here Moorman Hardaway spent Saturday night and Sunday wills his parents Thos J Triplett recently celebrated his birthday by having a family re union Edgar Hardaway who went with several friends to the Worlds Fair has returned The protracted services at Hill Grove will begin the lonrth Sunday in this month Miss Ruth Fountaine of Van Bar en Ark is spending the summer here visiting relatives Miss Sallie Hawkins who has been visiting her crand parents near Gus ton has returned home Mrs RM Hardawayof St Charles Mo arid Mrs T E Ditto of Park land are with their father Mr Cox Farmers dont forget the meeting at Guaton You will hear things to your interest from Mr Sherman that you should know Charlie Pennington came down tram Louisville Friday evening to remain a few days and take his wite and children home Rev Crandell remains and is giving us good sermons He preaches Womans Rigbtsand thinks we may go to shows and we all say Amen Five persons have joined the church Goldenr- odIIARDINSBURG Closing out saleW B Oelze S A Pate went to West Point Mon dayJames Smith went to Louisville Monday Dr E P Rogers of ASkins was in the city Monday Miss Alliene Murray is visiting rel atives at Cloverport Next Monday is Quarterly court There is large a docket Gus Brown was in Louisville last week on legal business James T Gilliland of Cnenanlt is visiting relatives here I Mrs Zerilda Brodie Is visiting realties at Chenault Mrs J C Reister of Louisville is visiting Mrs Sue Cox Hon Chas Blanford of Bewley vine was in town Saturday Miss Mary Franklin Beard is vis- Iting relatives in Louisville Miss Lula Vessells of Owfnsboro is visiting Mrs Bertha McGary Charles Scott spent a few days in Louisville the first of the week Robt J Ball returned home from a business trip to Louisville Mondav Henry DeE Moorman spent Sunday at Glend eane the guest of his parents John P Haswell Jr went to Irvington Monday on legal business Jeff Hook and W S Ball will leave Thursday for a visit to the St Louis fairMr and Mrs Paul Compton spent Sunday at Garfield the guests of rel ativesCharle Simmons of Balltown was in the city on a business trip last Friday Miss Linuie Haswell will leave the latter part of this week for Carthers villa Mo Mrs Eliza A Vittlelt Monday for Owenaboro where she jwlll visit rela tives Jt Mrs Tom Gardner and daughter of Madison vl He are visiting Mrs R G Gardner Miss Alice Baker hoe returned home from a visit to relatives in HancocK county Miss Fannie Smith has returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardm Misses Lytle Ford and Beulah Hook were visitors in LouIsvlllea few daysof last week Miss Minnie Murray has returned home after an extended visit to rela tives at Louisville and Bnrgin Miss Alliene Murray returned home last week from a visit to Miss Jennie Ureen at Falls of Rough no Mlaeee Lillie Scott and Maude Smythe attended the Baptist asso ciation held at Glendeine last weeK Mr and Mrs Frank Bowmer of Mad isonville who have been vjeiting Mrs R H Bowmer returned home T hursdayMiss Moredook who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Altred Heston returned to her home in Louisville Sunday i Mrs Percy M Beard und children returned home Monday from a visit to Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Mrs Taylor Beard attended tho Baptist association at Glnndeane last week She was the guest of Miss Amanda Dean Willie Biggs of Irvington representing the M A Schneider Tailoring Co of Louisville was in town sev eral days of last week Mr and Mrs Gus Shelhnan and Misses Mattie and Bettie Hook left last Wednesday for St Louis where they will visit the Worlds Fair Wm Beard who has been visiting lass parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard for several weeks returned to his nome in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Araiel Oelze of Clov erport Mr and Mrs H N Adams of Liitohfield were the guests of Mr und Mrs Chas M Heston last week The Rev Everett English Misses Moorman of Texas and Kendall of Owensboro and Harvey English Jr were guests at the Ford Hotel Sunday Notice The jewelry store of Lewis Ball of this place has changed hands Mr Ball has sold his interest to T C Lewis Son who will conduct the business in the future MRS LOCKHARD DEAD Bewleyville Ky Sept 0 Special Mrs Bettie Lockard died Wednesday and was buried Thursday noon at the old Stith burial grounds near town Rev Hynes preached the funeral in the church She had been a member of the local cnnroh for a year 7 mDrJC Bush m DENTIST fu W WILL BE AT W P I Hardinsburg Y The third Nonday in every mmonth for four days m MIII = g rgI r I I sameIm =It 1 Will be prepared to do all m kinds of uptodater dentistry m IRVINGTON Closing out saleW B Oelze Dr T J Glasscock of McDaniols is located here Mrs Walls is in Cloverport with Mrs Sam Blshoffs family Mra Mack Avitt and children re turned from Lodiburg Monday- H H Kemper Is spending this weeK with relatives at Gratz Ky Miss Li zzle Fisher is again here to the delight of the young people Mr and Mrs James Cannon of Kirk are with Mrs Columbia Rhodes CLERK BOARD OF HEALTH I Of Jacksonville Fla Endorses Peruna j1 i C DTAYLOR Wr x O D Taylor Clerk of tho City Board of Health of Jacksonville ria has occupied that position for tho last ton yews In a recent letter to tho Parana Drug Mfg Co ho expresses his approval of their famous catarrh remedy Porun In the following words liTho health of the poor of a largo city is always a question of vital Interest not only to the city officials but to every citizen It has been a sourco of much satisfaction mo to find that so largo a number of working people in moderate circumstances have accepted Poruna as their family medicine It has cured a largo number of cases especially of Catarrh of tho head lungs and stomach and building up tho gonoral health it cannot fall but provo a help and blessing to any community whore It is generally adopted and used 1 have found It an honest reliable remedy and am pleased to endorse sto D Taylor Clerk Board of Health If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the uso of Poruno vrrlto at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Oho Mrs Ernest Henderson and Mrs Nora Board were in Louisville Mon day John MoDonough of Dallas Tex was the guest of John Nevitt the past wees Miss Lois Newman of Nebraska was with her uncle P P Roberts last week Nellie Smith entertained a few little friends Monday to dinner in honorG of her fifteenth birthday Ed Wrather of near Ekron and Miss Mary Wrather will return thiii week from a trip to Hardm countyr Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank of Cloverport spent several days last week with Mn Chamber lain Dick Nevitt and family who have spent the summer with John Nevitt will return to Louisville some time soonMrs W J Piggott and two young est children leave this week for a visit to Mrs Piggotts sister Mrs R N Miller in Indianapolis Will McCoy and Jarrett Bros have their new houses almost completed They have built in that part of town known as the new addition Miss Willa Drnry left Saturday to enter the training school tor nurses at Nortons Infirmary- On account of the illness of one of our school teachers the opening of he public school has been postponed one week The school will be taught by Miss Mary Joe Mattingly and Miss Carrie Hays of West View tOAXORABees d You Hare Always Bauglt tthoctlId NOTICEto taxpayers I will Jbe at S fUnlO11Mopleyyille Sept 22 T Lodibnxg Sep24 Irvittgtflu Sept 26 t for the purpose of collecting taxes Please meet me promptly and settle F P Payne S B Ca By S W Basset D Se L- f f- I