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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jiT iT 4 ii1a iijf f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf j ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1904 8 Pages NO9 HOOSIERS WON Tobinsport Defeats Irvington IInI Good Game Of BaseBall On Formers Grounds A game of baseball full of good all round playing and few errors but Ii devoid of any sensational plays was Contested between the Irvington and Tobinsport teams last Saturday after noon on the latters grounds The Tobinsport nine is one of the best in Parry county Ind while the Irvington club has held its own win ning six games out of ten this season In Saturdays some Tobinsport made six hits seven errors and had six men struck out to Irvingtons six hits two errors and two men struck out Irvington lost the game by poor base running The score was 6 to G Tobinsport making one score in the first inning and five in the third Irvington one in the second inning and four in the third The lineup of Irvington was as follows Peyton Claycomb ss Hubert Bouner Jib Wallace Claycomb c Brooks Wright rf Roy Wimp pand capt Jess Hnnderson lb MortI firwrD If Hubert Piggott 8b Wade Brown cf J F Biggs man ager The following was Tobinsports lineup Fred Hawkins lb Frank Sanders ss Geo Uatton c Carey Whitehead 2b and manager Babe Esarey 8b and capt Foster Kinder cf Shirley England rf Dud Bivin p Chas Powell If Tobinsport and Irvington expect to play another game at Irvington on September 24 COMMISSIONERS SALE Brecklnridge Circuit CourtKentucky A n Skillman Trustee ke PlulntllT I l Equity No fLauraf By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at May Term thereof 1004 iIn the above cause for the sum of Three Hunt ijred and Ninety Nine Dollars and Six I i 60960diiihe rate of 6 pre oentIper annum from the 11th day of May 1004 until paid and all costs there in I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsbnrg to the highest bidder at Public Auc tion on Monday the 20th day of Sept lU04at one oclock PMor there about being County Court day upon I a credit Six and Twelve months I the following described property to wit A certain tract or parcle of land situated lying and being in the Coun ty of Breckenridge and State of Ken tucxy on the waters of Bull creek and beginning at two ashes now dead andjj down Burditta corner in Hestons line thence with Burditts line N 650 W 100 poles to sassatras on Murray corner thence with Murrays line N- sO E 100 poles to a Spanish oak originally marked thence S 80 E 44 poles to a small bmh thence 04 poles to the beginning containing 4694 acres more or less and is the same land conveyed to Anderson DeHaven by John Daniel and Mar garet Daniel by deed dated April 18thII 1874 and recorded in deed book 80 at page 80 Jri sufficientoClerks 3 netOr I produosfflche sums of money so ordered I to ade For the purchase price i nruB purchaser with approved surety I br securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the aty of 4 sale until paidand having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained j to secure payment ot purchase money Bidders will be prepared to omply promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and Cost fi8780 Lee Walls Commissioner ARE IN MISSOURIIMisses Fannie Drinkwater and EmI ana Sanders young ladies 01 ToblnI port are in Missouri where they willI S teach school this season The former is at Charleston has eight months school and will receive 40 per month The latter IB at Annison has a six months school and receives 35 per month These young ladles j are former pupils of Prof Abel Powell of TobinsportCannelton InI oqulrerII A Power For Good I The pills that are potent in their action And pleasant in effect are L De Witts Little Early Risers W SIPhilpot of Albany Ga says Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Small iasit was it did me more good thani calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little EarlyII Risers are certainly nn ideal pillII Sold by All Druggists FINE TOMATOES Wr Edward F Pate of this city presented the editor with ten tine tomatoes Saturday They are prub ably RB large as any grown thisyear in the county V SHOTCROPPER Alvin Shearn Puts Bullet IntoI Geo Jackson and Is Claim insr SelfDefense In an altercation last Friday about noon between Alvin Shearn a young farmer ant Geo Jackson one of hi s tenants near Skillman and about six wiles west of this city Shearn shot JacKson in the breast firing one time with a pistol Shearn says that Jack son refused to comply with a crop contract between them claiming part of it was a forgerv This started the trouble Shearn claims and Jackson advanced on him with a drawn knife when he shot him in selfdefense Jacksons side of the story has Sot been made public Immediately after the shooting tShearn went to Hawesville and gave himself iup He was released on bond but some believe he may have trouble and expense to prove selfde fense as there are always two sides to a case like this Shearn however has alway borne an excellent repu tation while Jackson is said to be a dangerous man Shearn shot Jackson just below the heart it is reported Saturday Jack son wanted to make his dying state ment to a magistrate but the mag istrate wouldnt come as he believed the wound wasnt dangerous enough Jackson is a native of the back part of Hancock county where iIt is said men dont often die with their boots on Skin Diseases Eczmea Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved ana quickly cured by the free use of Paracamph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the skin healthy and smooth NEGRO SPUD SELLER John Butlera negro was brought to town Thursday afternoon bv Deputy United States Marshal Uilliland and placed in jail on the charge of retail ing liquor without having paid the special government tax He was ar rested near Horned Breonenridge county On account of the absence of witnesses the examining trial was not Held Thursday but will be held Monday or Tuesday of next week Marshal GIlliland says that he is satisfied Butler made the whiskey he sold but that he cannot prove such to be the case The deputy marshal watched in the neighborhood of But lers residence for some time in the hope cf discovering the still but failed to do soSaturdays Owensboro Messenger YOUNG MENS DAY- A Young Mens Day will be held in this city on Sunday Sept 18 under the auspices of tha State Execu tive Committee of the Young Mens Christian Association of Kentucky Messrs B W GodfreylR E Woods and W CIPaige of Louisville will be the speakers There willbe a mens meeting in the afternoon at the Methodist church at 3 oclock addressed by Mr B W Godfrey to which all the men of the community are cordially invited A union service willbe held at night in the Baptist church at 730 oclock everybody is invited to this service which will be addressed by tne visit ing speakers PLAN BIG COMBINE New York Sept IJBy action of the directors of the American Tobacco Company the Consolidated Tobacco Company and the Continental tobacco Company meetings of the stockholders of the three organizations ha ve been called for September 80 at which plans will be put before the stockholders for a consolidation of the three big concerns into one corporation to be known as the American Tobacco Company The earnings of the three companies mounted to something over 122000000 in 1003 WILL LEAVE KIRK Hardinsbnrg Ky Sept 13Spe- clalDennle Sueeran and family of Kirk will move here the first pf Ooto ber He has rented the residence ofI B F BeardBUSINESSNOTICE I have gone out of business and am compelled to settle up my accounts as soon as possible All persons owing me are requestedtocall undjsee me and come prepared to pay T W Anderson B wWyville Ky Miss Frances Smith entertained a tew friends to a 6 oclock dinner Friday evening a RlNINNNNlNiNlfliiNNlIONNNA i Men and women struggle to be known They want to sit in the high scats of the synagogue Even the disciples 1900 years ago wanted to know who of them was to be the greatest But Position and place and power do not make great For The instance plaudits of the world arc poorly directedIjersonsii There is a woman who is a really great character but twhoso name has scarcely been pronounced beyond the bor Hors of the village in which she lives She is the mother of sevch children Widowed before any of her family was selfsupporting she cared for it earn IIinA her livelihood by the labor of her hands This labor was QInsQI in the average village are limited She not only reared her I children respectably but paid off some small debts contract ed iHeri sins man who ever lived s This is only a little chapter from the short and simple annals of the poor but it may be asked who of those names that fill the sounding trump of fame in her state is greater than she 1 Of course this brave woman gave no time to social mutters She had no time for that She was busy soul stuff She was engaged in building seven strong pillarsSS for church and state And she asked no recognition of the II ifori What it cost her of effort and selfabnegation of short dinners for herself and close economies no one will over know She never complained And she did not hue time to worryIn village where she lives this woman is taken as a matter of course Her neighbors see nothing great in her I careerThey forget the words Ilc that would be greatest among you let him become a servant St Paul Daily News I NiNNNNdNNlN Worlds Fair and Return j 1850- J l CRUTCHER R R Agent at Webster will pay your railroad fare hotel bills gate fees in fair ground and give you four full days at the fair for 1850 His next party will leave Tuesday Sept 27 If you are going write him His hotel is The Christian Endeavor t I 1 u I rq p ALL THE BEST Political News From the County Seat about the Candidates and Campaigners Hardinsburg Ky Sept 18Speo- la1 Mr Richard Owen of Lew isport candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Senator was in town several days of last week Ho says he is sure to get the vote of Hancock and Breckenridge counties and thus win the nomination His only opponent so far is the Hon Gus W Richardson of Meade county It is quite probable that no more can didates will enter the field The elec tion occurs next year Senator James B McCreary of Richmond will mane a political speech here on Saturday Sept 24 next He is the ablest Democrat in Kentucky among those who control politics in the state Doubtless a large crowd will heir him The new board of election commissioners for this county met here last Monday The board is composed of Sheriff F P Payne James St Clair and A H Kincheloe Routine busi ness only was transacted LIVELY RUNAWAY- The horse pulling Pophaui Bros delivery wagon ran away Monday morning on Railroad street partially demolishing the front part of the wagon and tearing pickets off the fence at V G Babbages residence The horse broke loose and ran his head into an iron fence before he stopped The animal became fright ened at a train David Swarens Sr the driver who was out of the wagon and at his head held him with both bands by the bridle which broKe under the strain of his strug gles and he escaped and ran MILITIA PASS OVER Eleven coaches bearing the Lex ington Frankfort Shelbyville Pine ville and Barbourville companies of the State militia passed over the Htnderton Route Monday night en route to St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair On Thursday September 22 six companies of infantry and three bat- terIes of artillery of the State militia from Louisville will go to St Louis over the Henderson Route leaving Louisville at 7 o clock in the evening JOHNSON PINCHED- Jno Johnson colored knocked down Josie Holt also colored at the Henderson Route depotabout 7 oclock Saturday night on account of some grievnace he had against the latter He then proceeded to otherwise disturb the peace when Marshal DeHaven ar rived on the scene and arrested him Johnson was tried in police court Monday morning before Judge Wills on the charge of drunk and disorderly conduct and fined 10 andcosts which he hi working out on the rock pile GET SMITH AT LAST Deput Marshal Uilliland returned from Breckenridge county Sunday wits Dow Smith whom he arrested at Mook on a charge of selling hq nor illegally He will be tried about Friday and will remain in jail until that time They have been try Ing to catch Smith for seven years but have never succeeded until now Mondays Owensboro Inquirer BUYS JOB PLANT- L B Cummings proprietor of the Derby Game Bird a poultry monthly published at Derby Ind hue bought the job printing plant of Tobin Groves at Tobinsport Ind which he will install in his printing plant at Derby t BREAK CAMP Worlds Fair Grounds St Louis Sept 10The Third Kentucky regi ment Col Henry commanding broke camp immediately after its drill on the parade grounds yesterday lifter noon and left for home at 11 ocolck last night FUNERAL HELD HERE The funeral of Alberta Wright the little daughter of Mr and Mrs A G Wright of Lyonia formerly of this city was held here Monday afternoon the interment being at the city cemetery The child died of scarlet fever after a brief illness GOES TO LOUISVILLE Byrne Severs resigned his polstfon with Short Rs Haynes last week and went to Louisville Monday to accept a position with H O Hurley the manufacturing pharmacist at third ana Monument streets PETITION FILED By John Warfield Asking Stock Law Election In November In The County Hardinsburg Ky Sept 18Spec- la1 John Warfield of Cloverport filed with the county olerk last week a petition praying for un election to be held on the regular election day in November on the question whether or not stock or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large If the lection is ordered it will be voted on throughout the county Already great interest is being mani fested bY the voters on this question and there is probably more discussion over it than there is concerning the presidential election Mr Warfield stat ed that the farmers in his com Infinity were nearly a unit in favor of the stock law MRS BLAIN DEAD Stephensport Ky Sept 18Spec- ia Mrs Lula Blaine wife of F W Blaine died last Wednesday after a brief illness She was a kind and noble woman and a member of the M E church Besides a husband other relatives survive The funeral was conducted by Rev J U Hoskin son the interment of the deceased with her infant child being in the family graveyard DEATH OF INFANT Mattie Adams thy infant daught er ot Mr and MrsEd Adams died jj- at 6 oclock Friday afternoon of whooping cough at the age of six weeks The funeral was conducted from the residence Saturday after noon by Rev S O Christian and the interment was at the city ceme tery MR MATTINGLY DEAD Hardinsbnrg Ky Sept 18 Spe cibl J Several Masons from Brecsen ridge Lodge No 67 attended the funer al of Charles Mattingly at Garfield last Monday The burial was conduct ed by the Bewleyville lodge of which he was a member His death will be a distinct lost to that community DIES OF PARALYSIS- The burial services of Otis Burnett son of Tom Burnett was held at the family burying ground near the High land Nursery west of the city last Wednesday Young Burnett died the day before of paralysis BUTTON FACTORY- An effort is being made by a num ber of local business men to organize a company to build and operate a pearl button factory in this city using the mussel shells found in large quantities in the Ohio river at this point as the ra w material GO TO CONVENTION S H McCracken left Saturday morning for Atlantic City to attend the Master Car Painters annual con vention Mr McCraoken represents the Henderson Route at the convention as foreman painter at the companys shops in this city Mrs McCracken and little daughter Louise left Sun day for Louisville to join Mr Mc Cracken and accompany him to Atlan tic City They will be gone u week PROGRAM There will be a Sundayschool con vention at the Christian church near Balltown on Sunday Sept 25 The following is the program 1000 Devotional exercises 1045 Reports from Sunday schools Music 11 00 Song and praise servicej11 30 Adjournment for dinner Noon 100 Our Greatest Need in Sunday school WorkProf J P King 180 Holding the Children Miss Rilla Howard 200 Old Folks in the Sunday schoolDr WruT Howard 1280 The Value of Early Training Mrs T A Keenan 800 The Duty of Parents John B Bates 8eO Christ the Great Teacher John Burn The Convention will begin promptly at 10 oclocK Let all those inter ested in Sundayschool work be pres ent The convention is strictly unde nominational and all lovers of Sun dayschool work are requested to be present and take part in the services V G Babbage Pres i John Burn Seoy v C ASwORT A nthe You Nate Sways BolJt Signature ctYl dAf1 4- of r y t i i h T 0 t I i A SOLDIER OFt i COMMERCE Bu JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 1002 by F H Tooralw kharnn who proved to be a young handsome follow and seemed Incline- to be friendly How do we call them l asked lIar vey as they reached till Iron gate There Is n rope Pull it told a bellj will ring Hyrvcy pulled a rope that dangle d from above and Inside a bell tollei1 twit i Immediately the wicket of the gate was opened WHo thus disturbs the pence of this holy itasked a voice Tho huodfd face of a monk necrei out at them A wounded sgidler of thenmeerwho seeks thy help answered the youn Bokharan liter The gate was opened and the monl walked away leaving the throe at tin edge of a largo pool Soon other monksj In their peculiar garb wearing hoodsi that hid their faces cane toward them and the wounded soldier was laid up 1 on a bed brought from the interior Another wall could be seen and inside of this was a large building lIe shall be bathed In the pool by our brothers said one of the priests The living waters of Batoola will surely heal his wounds The gatekeeper went to lock the gate Nay good father said Harvey d not lock the gate When we learn of the effect of the bathing on our friend we will proceed upon our way An aged priest was coming toward them followed by several others The face of the old priest was kindly and as he examined the wounded man Harvey watched him closely Hes my man he said The old Luna gave several orders which his Inferiors put Into execution and then turned away Harvey inter cepted him Holy one he said as he walked by the old priests side may one who knows but little of thy race and roll gion ask a boon AH men may come to us and learn It Is not to Ilearn for there is not time I wish to do that which perhaps Is not according to your laws Not far from hero are wicked men hundreds of thorn who have stolen two young women and will perhaps harm them if we cannot rescue them Two of UK against so ninny are powerless but Wf fluid do something by strategy If Wf w orc the garb of your order I have gold and here hew Is a watch from fnn ff America here is a dia mond ring front Paris these will I give to enrich thy temple for time use of two Hiich QuOits of clothing as thy people wear The old priest looked at him curi ouslyThis request never has boon made before I do not understand Wouldst thou seek to harm us by n wrongful art- Ii It wrongful to rescue young wo men from robbers Nay but the robo of a holy roan I in ut not be Boiled with blood I promise that no stain of crime stia I rest upon It It blood there is it s tall be our own Tie glooming diamond Attracted the M priest He listened to the ticking of i He watch boy and wonderful and beauti fal And wouldst thou give both tolII till use of two of there garbs 1 Yt gladly 1 tone with me Ifnrvvy motioned to Orakoff who followed him Vtont are you after novfY he ask d S flU and I are to become monks I old rind feeble monks unkoff stared In amazement Ills i ma lenient grew as he saw Harvey I I An apad priest tow coming toward them hand over to the priest his expensive watch and valuable diamond ring in exchange for two outfits 6f the mont Ish garb Thesi garments are new and have not been consecrated to our purposed stud the lama Take them Konieui bor thou shunt shed no blood We promise and we thank thee With the robes and hoods they wont lout of the place Harvey started at a quick pace back toward the cutup At a convenient place he stopped and said As soon as I heard of those monks it seemed to me that this was the so lutlon of time problem We cant fight 200 men My idea Is to disguise our solves and appear as old and feeble as possible traveling in the same dl rectlon as Doinitans forces We willI mintg asters nUll If the Jtannucks are bettor ere 0s the Bokharan said they will1I grant what we ask The camels bear ing the girls have the lightest burdens and it ought not to be dilllcult to got scats on them Then well let the restt take care of Itself We can tell what- to do when we get there I swear by the holy crown of the great white czar Orskoflf exclaimed that you are the most daring and the most resourceful devil I ever knew I Did anything over overcome oul The world Is your plaything You do whati you will with all people If I hadI thingsucI place Well you are a soldier Ive got to know how to talk or I couldnt sellI windmillsTalk You could convince a man that he was a horse It takes no great amount of talk sometimes to convince him he Is an ass Tills is the most surprising result of your skill I have yet witnessed Well the thing is fascinat ing We will try it The Russian wondered still more nt the resources of the American during the process of disguising themselves Time people of the region were dark With the bruised husks of nuts of a walnut tree he made an olive colored stain which he daubed over their faces With a pair of folding scissors lie cut off the Russians mustache bringing sadness to his heart They made themselves grimy with the soil of the road and practiced the walk of feeble old men So well did Harvey execute thlc act that Orskoff said they would bo come play actors next We are to permit ourselves to hoi overtaken by Domitans army said Harvey and ask to be assisted oni our way Let me do the talking And what you see mo do do also I must plan as I go along for after we join the Zannu ks there will bo no time Slowly they trumped along the road and at last Judging themselves to be about half way between the camp and the monastery they waited Here they come said Harvey Be ready and keep cool It will be time effort of our lives CHAPTER XXII A KACE von UIIEIITV OMIT AXS caravan came on slowly for the men were 1 walking They hart sent a portion of Ute force round another way to get tho horses that kind been left on the cliff Domltan and his captains rode almond mounted on horses they hall taken from the Boklmrniis Following coma the little army straggling along In anything but military style laughing singing and celebrating their victory It was Domitans watchful eye that discovered two bowed and bent priests resting by tho wayside their great hoods concealing their faces except for tho eyes It is well he said to one of his captains that on the first day of my chieftainship I meet with two holy men upon tho way I will give them alms tumid Ihave tholr blessings upon me Most holy fathers holy ones of the sun bless time he said for 1 am but today tho chief of the Knnnucks I bless you saId Harvey with a weak and trembling voice as he pock eted till gold Wo are weary and tIll temple Is far Hast thou no seat for us on a camel I see there are two with apparently but little load It is well that thy presence augurs good said Domltniuln n sort of ox ultation Those camels boar the one who will be my bride and time one who will be the bride of my brother Sure ly it will be well for us If the holy men rIde with them Come Ho went hAck to the camels and commanded them to kneel Holy companions wilt thou have my sweet ones ho said These holy men have blessed uiq and I have made them presents I shall win great victories Ilnrvcy got Into tho howdah by tho side of Ahuu and Orskoff with ap parent feebleness climbed In with Koura Time camels rose to tholr feet again and Domltan proudly led on It was not every day that a chieftain had two lamas in his caravan Orskoff was fidgety He knew thatowlfcn they KKiched the monastery thoyIwould bo expected te Icave but ho had faith that Harvey would surmount the difficulty Ho saw Harvey scanning tho sky anti mumbling raid making peculiar signs Harvey called to Doml tans and the duet rode back I 44i 1 see mysterious signs in true ucuv ens said Harvey In a manner that would inspire awe I see but an hours ride from this spot n baud of soldiers of the unmoor coming to give you battle They ore mighty men and armed I have blessed thee and therefore thou wilt surely win But those tender children must not be taken into danger if thou wouldst have them for wives Take thy fighting man and go moet the foe Wo will remain here where It is safe How many of the amours soldiers dost thou see holy one Ton score of horse obeyIonough 0 guard fuse lIe nppolnt rofficor amid part ot a company to remain to guard and led the remainder on to moot the too The caravan came to a halt Time camels laden with merchandise wore brought up and tho soldiers put aside their arms to make camp Now you gallant Russian shouted Hnrvoy as he turned his camel and gave it n prick with the blade of his knife Tho beast flow like the very wind toward Siloon with Kouras cam el in hot pursuit Cries of rage and consternation roset from the soldiers A few shots wore fired but no bullet touched thom On on they went Nothing stayed time mini flight The howdahs rocked and sway cd and tho girls became dizzy Harvey goaded his camel to the utmost Het could picture to himself a soldier on- t the best horse sent to inform Domltan- t the chiefs wild ride back In pursuit his awful rage when he knew ho had been duped his murderous desire for revenge Harvey gritted his teeth and sped the camel on Many a long journey lad he taken on the beasts and knew well the handling of them Thus they raced on the fleetest cam ems in all Bokhara For ten hours they kept up the pace Then he know It would be safe to rest for time best horse Domltan possessed could not overtake them Then on again for hours they sped along time pass then another stop for water and fruit They passed a shop herds cottage and he gave them n good meal- 1hnts enough said Harvey That will do till wo reach Siloon Theres plenty on the gunboat On again they went slacking the pace but little They reached Siloon In two days Time caravan was four days in making the distance Shoot was agape with astonishment when It saw the camels of the ameer racing Into the place with the two pretty women and two monks It was ease to know time particulars I The streets were filled with Russian sailors and Russian guns frowned from n gunboat in the harbor I Harvey and Orskoff alighted while the Russians and people of Siloon J gathered round Where is Lieutenant Nevlsky ask ed Orskoff removing his red lint and robo and showing himself in hIs regular uniform Lieutenant Novlsky has been sent back to Salaln was the reply of n sailor Admiral Platoff is hero with time gunboat yonder waiting for you Does he understand I suppose so We knew you were i coming here 1 Signal the gunboat While the boat was coming Harvey arranged with a bazaar merchant to 1 have the camels returned to the ameer wimp he said would give a rnward for their recovery Time gunboat showed signs of uctlvl ty and the small boat soon took them to It On tho deck stood a grizzled old officer wearing the uniform of an ad mlral Ho did not greet thorn but looked with some curiosity nt n girl in the uniform of the inspector of pris ons a grimy American clad as a lawn a navalI otticcr with a monks hood in ids hand nUll Koura the girl who had twice been stolen trout ThustI Inform you that you are my prls to oners ho said curtly You place us under arrest ex claimed Orskoff I do You for deserting your gun boat raid entering forbidden territory and releasing captured robbers the American as being an escaped prison flow many of tills Ameers soldiers dot thou see holy oncf r f lmn Jumlcff for releasing said risoner Koura Blartclkis is not un der arrest You shall go at onoe to Tints for trial e e e 4 e e In the office of the governors palace nt Tlflls sat a man of powerfulf1build t c nearing a umrornl vat oetOKenca ex sited rank Ho was General UrloffI governor general of tho province a man of blood and iron and ono In whom conntlenthatmi Urloff was a command from the czar himselfBefore him stood three prisoners He listened attentively while they told the story of their adventures It is n necessary to repeat time testimony tin was given before the governor general In tho main It was Harvey Irons cooli voice that rehearsed tho adventur that culminated In the arrests by Ad miral Platoff When the story was ended General Urloff said With his knowledge of the matter having been told by Lieutenant Nevis Iky what he knew Admiral Platoff w justified in making the arrests and bringing tho prisoners here As a matter of fact It was fortunate for you that ho did so Conditions lltivc changed 1 in Titus I carne from Stavropol solely investigate the filet that an of whom I had never heard was in Russian prison I supposed it tyro o ono of those blatant nihilists two claim American citizenship but otter n thorough Investigation I learned that tho mans only crime was loving n Rus slim beauty I heard all about the DIal tolkls case and had my own officers in vestigate It with the result that HallItItlsedKffcndl and n Bokharan named Mist are now In the prison from which th American escaped There Is no charge against the American This brings us to the case of Alma JurntafT who really did commit a seriI ous offense in the eyes of Russian law But I have weighed thIs matter well1 I have taken into consideration her youth and the fact that the man she released was guilty of no crime but was imprisoned by intrigue and false swearing Therefore I have decided J that there Is no charge against Alma JurnleffAs Captain OrskoCf it from the testimony of Lieutenant N vlsky that he had arrested the AmerI- can i and four robbers whom he shoul- have brought at once to Tints Instea- of which he gave them their liberty and went upon Bokharan territory which Is forbidden This too I have studied well My decision is that Captain Ors koff performed his duties He is here to see that the law against selling women Is not disregarded It is his dut to follow and rescue any taken away He has done this in the case of hour- Blartelkts I am glad that the news of the es cape came to mo for justice would not have been done had the affair been left in the hands of local otllclals I brought charges of conspiracy against Colons1 Jurnioff and threatened him and his brother the general with Siberia Uibecame enraged and died of apoplexy Prlnco Dull nIIw 11 has been disgraced and removed front the army for permitting a woman to wear his uniform tend Impersonate him I sincerely thank you for your just decisions said ilarvoy Somewhere on the Volga I have somo valuable windmills tend I wniit to find them and take them to the fair at MJnl Novgorod to sill Alma and I shall be married as soon as wo eau find some one to perform the ceremony and I shall tale of her with me- Koura and I shall be married at tho same tithe you are said Captain Ors koff to Ilarvoy- Harveys Novgorod trip was a gran success TIlE END HERE FROM CANADA liOOJIs Young of British Columbia Canada WaS in the city visiting hIsI slater Mrs Con Sippel and tit Ger is man Ridge Ind visiting his par ents Mir and Mrs Henry Young lust weeK Mr Young has a position u swelter in British Columbia and his ie pie first visit in seven years German Ridge which was formerly his bomet THE GUARDIAN OF OUR BODY dayMof science that there are leucocytes in our blood that act as scavengers or policemen These policemen which ate called phago cytes look out for the noxious or poisonous elements in our blood Various offending elements are picked out of the bloodan tissues by these policemen and destroyed bytheseand we enjoy immunity from disease so long as our blood contains plenty of phago corpusclesAtt Ifand in order to put our own house in order we must get rid of nIl the poisons in the blood with a new broom such as an alterative extract made from roots and herbs with out the use of alcohol as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery a specific for making rich redbloodfor eradicating the poisons from the blood In some way the policemen in the blood are increased in putinto cure neuralgia colds catarrh and In cipient consumption The more study and time is given to the subject the more we find that the blood is the center of lifesays Dr R V Pierce the noted specialist of Buffalo the health and comfort of the average person depends entirely on this blood supply for the heart must have pure blood or it will not pump and keep the body supplied regularly like the beautiful automatic engine it is The nerves must be fed on pure bloodor we suffer the pain of neuralgia which is the the starved nerves for food Headaches cold i time head eatarrimand many thebloodmildlaxativethemfor 1 rO to HENDERSON ROUTE ceHAS A GOODYEAR Annual Report Of President Cox atat2568982- 7s IIMPROVEMENTS ARE EXTENSIVE nsThe annual report of the Louis ville Henderson St Moms Railway Company for the fiscal year ending June 30 shows an Increase in gross eartoearntt 8788814oWorlds Fair time net increase for the year shows n decrease of 5167044 surplus also shows a decrease of 5417044 The statement in detail as submit by President Attilla Cox follows 1903eearnings item operation ffiWOGO 87 803547 07 Operating expenses 63 pI CO 576854 10 Not earnings 250898 27 231033 47 Less Improvements 1925185 4337001 Net income 137016 42 18980Interest and taxed 130000 00 127500I 00 Surplus from operation 704842 0182280 Mileage operated ISO 186 Gross earplugs per milo 4811 W 4347 03 Net earnings per mile 13S1 17 1845 73 Percentage of operat lag expenses 7132 7134 Tho oxes1003ihid72dExpress 15000 00 15000 00 Miscellaneous 1953 69 193370 395069 87803547 57 Maintenance of way und structures 109764 46 100579 60 Maintenance of equip 1tiSD3aGeneral expenses I532 29315 42 f639 Oil CO 570854 10 Not earnings 25089827 23109347 Regarding the physical condition of the road President Cox says Uuring the your the following improvements nave been made Fourteen hundred and fiftyfive tons of new seventypound steel rails laid in main track thirty ight and onehalf miles of track reballaated one and eightysix hundredths miles of new sidetracks constructed 103031 crossties renewed thirtytwo sets of switch ties renewed 1305850 feet B M of timber used In renewal of bridges and trestles 42302 lineal feet piles driven in foundations twen tythree and seventyseven hundredths miles of now fences bUilt along the right of way newdturntables have been constructed The grade of the main track through tne city of Oweusboro was lowered for a distance of 3000 feet In addition to the above general repairs have been made to the track J bridges and buildings and the road in much better physical condition than ever before All improvements to the property have been charged to incotno account The motive power equipment has been increased during the year by new locomotives purchased IThe motive power is nil In good condition to run from one to three r ytars without extensive repairs oxoept three locomotives two of which are now in the shops undergoing repairs and the other will shortly need over haulingThe passenger equipment has been I increased by two firstclass passenger coacluti purchased during the yor The passenger and baggage cars are nearly all old and considering their age are in fairly good coudi lion all necessary repairs painting etc having beeu done I During the year three hundred and fortvsix freight cars have been repaired at the shops twelve of which have been rebuilt Also two cabooses have been rebuilt A large portion I of the freight equipment is old The shop buildings and fixtures are of all in good condition During the year a small electric light plant has al been installed in the shops The statement shows only two mouths of the Worlds Fair business July August September October and November will be included in the report of the current fiscal year However to offfiet this will be the various claims and damages glowing is out of the recent wreck at Spottsville Ky to GOES TO LOUISVILLE Harry Board son of Mr and Mrs R J Board qt Holt went to Louise last week to take a position wltbsc sotheMr Board is n popular and rising young railroad man havimr held positions witn the Henderson Route Andotherrailway companies j Ei4l i1 VO 1 Coal Prices I Reduced f 100 bu 950 fij m 25 bu 250 I20 bu 200 S1 9 bu 100 Jii l l mt1 We handle the Auburn Ashv r BJ Coal which is the best coal ever pput on our market Our coal Is A by hand and we guarantee BJ- Ki It tobe clear of slack or sulphur 1 ill Will fill coal houses on monthy ft 1 Vpayments I Gregory Go I + rI JOHN S CUllEY IIt- y rBRICK CONTRACTORmm I i 1tLouisville KYiiI Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN- DE NTISTOf- fice I over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK frices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURG KY theCourtsties Special attention given to collecting bv road cases and criminal practice License to jt practice In United States District Courts tUttlce over Sank jt IIurdlusburK ILSourStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness i headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of i the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery reprt s theyexIst j t the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thlt i troubluby i liningtheMr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Vs a7as i I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty ywi 3 mitori jKodolI j Bottles only walze 1 Jlj Sold by all Druggists PARKERS cO t BALSAMCleatuei hilrPromoteNever Fable to Restore Gray ColorCure i i 0cand l00it Drug ntaII BRYAN ON THE DEM l li i OCRATIC OUTLOOK Denver News While It is too early to make anyii definite predictions the chances for the election of Judge Parker are good am encouraged to believe that Democratic success is assured Inter est is everywhere being aroused The only state in which I have done any campaigning is Missouri that is to make a political speech and time Democratic outlook there is course promising They will do more than carry the state by the usu majority It will probably bo larger than usual this year Joseph Folio the candidate of the Democrats for governor cannot tie beaten Unusual interest is being taken and the vote will De larger than usual I shall give some time to work outside ot Nebraska although Indiana the only plane where definite plans can be made I cannot say at this time how much time I shall be able to give other states than Nebraska A Close Shave Often pauses a burning stinging sensation makes the face red au4 re Euracamph will relieve such troubles instantly Keeps the face smooth and healthy and prevents inflammation Moral Use Parncnuipti after shay = ing t d j u l1 d 7W ft T 1tr The Breckenridge News J WEDNESDAY September 14 1004 pI IN MEMORY OFV I PEARL JOHNSON t tWhylament the Christians dying Why indulge In tears ot gloom Calmly in her Lord relying 1 Sho has met the opening tomb I ringingII Loved ones in Heaven singing J Greet her joyful entrance there But God knows best it was his will i To call your darling home i a She is waiting now at pearly gates Bidding her loved ones come Her faith Behold where she sits With Jesus clothed in white Our loss ia their eternal gain f They dwell in cloudless light t Anna B Grant Lodiburg Ky Sept 5 1104 Prom 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that ot Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says Tho coughing and straining so wakened me that I ran down i n weight from 148 to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One minute Cough Cute Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the conga strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength IISold by All Druggists WATERWORKS ELECTION contemplatingpi naffing an election for waterworks and City Attorney Jas R Skillman is investigating the legality under certain new laws pf a city of this size and financial condition issuing bonds to make the above municipal improvement In case Mr Skillman decides that the action contemplated in the matter will be legal a call meeting of the council before the next regular meeting on October iU will be held to tix tho date of said election and the amount of indebted ness to be incurred by the city to secure the improvement As the water works question has been agitated here for some time the members of the council say they want to call an election in order to give the citizens a cnance to get waterworks if they care fur them This matter was discussed in detail at the last regular meeting of the council S Whats In a Nam- eEverything is in the name when a TtVonrea to Witch Hazel Salve E O DeWitt Co of Chicgno discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worth I less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by All Druggists BIG OAK TREE An oak tree which measures 5100 feet has been cut on the Hunt tract of land at Tar Springs by Cooper Williams Joe Cooper of Hawesville a member of the firm says that an other oak which is to be cut is still larger than this one and also than an oak tree six feet in diameter at the butt fortynine inches at the small end and sixtynine feet to the first limb whi6hi was out lit Tobinsport Ind jist week x JWakefulI Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should i Be Looked To There aro three different manlfosta I tlons ot sleeplessness First hardly to sleep a wink all night I second to Ho awake a long time before I I falling asleep third to fail asleep soon waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again They moan that somewhero In the nerve fibros somewhero In tho brain cells somewhere In tho blood vessels that carry blood to tho brain something Is radically wrong and must bo righted or the end may bo worse than death I To right it take Dr blues Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou I blo are Dizziness Headache Backache Worry Frctfulnoss Irritability r Lack of Ambition dIseases which may lead tJMelancholy Fits St Vltus Dance Paralysis Insanity will glvo such quick and last 1 Ing relief as Dr Mlles Nervine i My husband had boon sick for weeks could not sit up to have his bed made With nil tho medical help wo could get ho continued to grow worse 110 could neither sleep or eat Our baby girl wus sent away and all callers barred because he could not stand a bit or talk Ing I read of a caso of nervous pros tration cured by Dr Miles Restoratl- voandinee began giving ablee him ho was to bo dressed From that time ho steadily Improved Nervine saved his life MHS A Q IIASKIN Frcevllle N Y TrialFRPain Pills tho Now Sclentltlo Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blanlt Our Specialist will diagnose your case teU itLLA I c FOR SEVENTEEN OAK TREES 382 IS PAID Seventeen oak trees two red and fifteen white oak on the lund of Miss Helen Folk nt Tobinsport Ind have been bought by the Rockport box fac tory for 382 The timber is of too fine a quality to be used for boxes so II will be quarter sawed for furniture The trees were out last week and hauled to the landing at Tobinsport They will be taken to Rookport on a barge probably this week The largest tree of the seventeen was six feet in diameter at the butt and fortynine inches at the first limb a distance of sixtynino feet from the ground It was sawed into six logs which were handled with great diM culty owing to their large propur tions Another tree was live feet and a half in diameter and all the others were of mammoth size The trees are claimed by local timber men to boos large as any to be found in southern Indiana or northern Kentucky in ono place us theso wer- eSTEPIIENSPORT Crowded out last week Mrs Rank will be here through September MIss Dowell of West Virginia is visiting Mrs G W Payne Miss Reba Lowipof Irvlngton spent last week here with friends MrsH Lay went to Louisville Saturday for medical treatment Mesdames E H Miller and F 0 Ferry spent a day last Clovert portMisses Eula Payne and May Bandy ot Irvington spent Sunday here with relativesMrs W B Lennin and children of Bardln burg are with Mr and Mrs R A Smith Mrs John Honaley of Hardinsbarg spent H few lass last week with her sister Mrs R S Snilltnan Mrs F B Lacy and children and Miss Fannie Laoyof Hopkinsville are with Mr and Mrs H So English K Bank two daughters and son of Pennsylvania who have been visiting Mr and Mrs H Lay left last week for tneir home Mrs R W Vaughn and children of Lexington who have been here with her parents Mr and Mrs L B Helm have returned home Mrs Clifford Moorman and daugh ter Miss Alma of Hillsboro Tex who have been visiting relatives here J last for Yelvington Saturday Mrs F C Ferry and son of Louisville who have been with her par ents Mr and Mrs E H Miller for two weeks left for home Monday PLAYED A GAS PIPE Three negroes who said they were from Nashville Tenn arrived in town Friday to play on the streets One played n gas pipe a wind Instrument which just recently came into vogue and which resembles a base violin more than anything elso The negroes sang and played well and collected a number of crowds Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aide expectoration opens the secre tions nnd aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short Haynes TARFORK T H Chancellor and wife went to Oloverport Saturday shopping Mrs Owen Rice visited her sister Mrs Bowman at Jolly Monday Frank Rupert and daughter Miss Stella were in Cloverport Wednesday Mrs O W Rice and son Emmett were in Cloverport Wednesday shop pingMiss Maxio Jameson and her broth er EH are in Grayson county for a visitMrs Annie Marlow is spending a weeK with Mr anti Mrs Port Marlow at Patesville Oscar Hinton and Miss Myrtle Bur detto eloped to Cannelton last Wednes day and were married Wm Mingus and wife of Bnlltown visited their dangnter Mrs Lawrence Keenan Saturday and Sunday Eli Jackson has returned from Evansville He was Kicked by n horse some weeks ago and is yet unable to workMrs Liza McCarty and son Ivan passed through Friday en route to visit her daughter Mrs Charlie Smith on Clover Creek 0 W Hendrickson observed the adage Charity begins at home by leaving our church house which is in course or construction and went home to attend to his fruit VVe nro all athirst and hungry for the frUIts of n house of worship as our church burned four years ago No wonder patience is growing threadbare LODIBURG Crowded out last week Ivy Squires Is at Oloverport for a visit Jeff Adkleson of Webster was the guest of Miss A Belle Grant Sunday i FVy IAy sPillsr Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or richblack Use CeC Grant spent Sunday and Tues day at Weldon the guest 01 relatives Misses Annie and GaIn Grant will visit Miss McKaughan of Stephens port this weeK Tom Mays and Alaska Hardin at tended the party at the Misses Har risen Saturday night Owen Parks and Alton Beauohauip were the guests ot the Misses Brown near Uhodeha Sunday f Quite a crowd attended the party at Mr Harrisons Saturday evening and all reported a pleasant time A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and t son riding for life 13 miles to got Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma nut this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marveloas cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 600 and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store LOCATES HERE Dr Paul Mitchell of Derby Intl opened an oQIco on the second floor of the Fair bulllInJaHt week for the practice of dentistry Dr Mitchell is a graduate of the Louisville School of Dentistry 1 FOR MISS BOWMER Miss Jean Todd has invited a few young women to her homo on East Fifth street fiom 5 to 0 oclock this afternoon in honor of Miss Marian Bowmer of Cloverport Fridays Owensboro Messenger NEW R F D ROUTE A rural free delivery routs has been ordered established October 1 at Narrows in Ohio county i near the Breckenridgs county line area covered eleven square miles popula tion 355 ENTERTAINED FRIDAY Miss Maude Polk entertained tne younger set informally at her home on First street Friday evening in honor of her guestMiss Allie Haynes of Hnwesvllle Ixtcdl1lult the Aunlogy I tell you contended the boarder with the bristling hair the man who says we ought to live to be a hundred yours old is right Look at tile horse It takes A horse four years to get Its growth and1 It lives to bo twenty It takes n man twenty yours to get hln growth ami by tho seine ratio he ought to live to bo n hundred There are lots of things wo cnn learn from analogyI know but you are right re sponded tho unemotional boarder For instance there Is tho lien IIt Jump thirteen hundred times its own lengtb There is no reiion therefore why fA man six feet high should not be able to jumplet uf see 7800 feet or a mile and a halt at one leap Yes we can learn a great many curious things from analogy But here the conversation drifted to other topics Youths Companion An Iiiilleriinnt Sjcotclinian A sheep farmer In tho Cheviot hills of Scotland had beep told that it WitS useful to have a barometer In the house for it would let him know when tho weather would be good or bad He WitS accordingly persuaded to procure a mercurial Instrument with n Inrge round din which he hung up in his lobby and duly consulted ovary day without much odlilcntion At meet thoro chine n spell of rainy weather while tho barometer marked sot fate Tho rain continued to full heavily and still tho hand on tho dial made no sign of Until At last ho took tine Instru ment from its nail and marched with it to the bottom of the garden where a burn Hwollen with the dmlnago of the hlglior elopes was rushing along brown null muddy lie then thrust tho glass into the water exclaiming Will you believe your alai eon noo then The SoverclK AVnt sate A carpenter In a Scotch vlllngo to oblige the local undcrtafeer who was 111 went to screw down ti cotfln lid The dead mans wife gave him full and particular Instructions respecting the task Wool sho asked when he returned hoo did ye get on Fine was the reply But there was hauf a sovereign in tho corps hand What was that for Oh said tho lady thats a custom some folks hue Dies supposed to gle that the ferryman vlrn rows him oer the river o1 deathI Do ye toll me that Its n queer wade But Im sayln ihlssls Yes 1in feared yon chap will hae to swim CEi1 T O RxdBean thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Sugarcoated easy to take mild In action They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache AyerCoLowell BUCKINGHAMS DYE Tiny era or nscgoun OB II r IUIL t co numu K n BOB TAYLOR MARRIES Nashville Sept 7Former Governor Robert Taylor was married today to Miss Mary St John of Virginia This is his third marriage his seo ond wife having secured n divorce sonic time ago after living with him two years WILL CONSOLIDATE Louisville Ky Sept 7This ac thin of the state board of health in regard to courses in medical colleges will result in a consolidation of the colleges here into two One will be de voted to tile sophounre and tile other to the junior and senior classes Educate FOR A- Situation Book Ke e ping B usln ess PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraphy Minn WILBUR R SMITH LEXNCTON KY For rtnular of lilo famous and rospnniiltite COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY unified nrtlnl nt World ixi o HIoii psltlonCoat InrlingTutlonShorthandTypeWritingandTelegraphySpecialtiesflurho awanlel LT mintm Literary 4rfr Ifdr lrcd Moment Ion Kmernow Craluatrneerful oafyWILBUR Plumber of People at St Louis Exposi tion During First Two Weeks of August Totals More Than En tire Month of May From all direc tion the tine ot travel now points to the Worlds Fair and the constantly increasing number of admissions en courages the Exposition management to believe that the attendance figures will be up to their most hopeful edit mate before the gates are closed on December 1- Sutikient evidence of the growing popularity of the Worlds Fair Is presented In the statement that the at tendance for Juno was more than double that for May and that the number of admissions in July was nearly a quarter of a million In excess of the figures for the month proceeding On August 2 the number of admissions needed only a few to equal that for the first full week of the Exposition and the attendance for the first week of August was nearly as great as for the entire month of May With 100000 well pleased visitors going out every day as advance agents for the crowds that are to come and with the effective denial of unfavor able reports send broadcast about the weather conditions and hotel accom modations the Worlds Fair Is now receiving proper attention The In creased attendance has stimulated the life of the Exposition and the Worlds Fair has reached Its lull height of glory and splendor The following are official attendance figures from the opening of the Ex positionSaturday April 10 Opening Day1S7792- Mon May 2 19J71 lon Dlay9 23 Hi rues May 1 2U2I Yuem May 10 20107 Wed May 4 20175Ved May 11 2967S Thurs May 6 23112 Thurs May 12 28212 Fr May C 21M ipVI May 13 26S9S Sat May H 46077 IQ7ISrtTotal 1SI399 Mon May 16 tI07f Mon May 23 4140- Tuos May 17 S221I Tues May 24 47922 Wed May 18 42461 Woo May 25 4UBS Thurs May if 47S82 Thurs May 26 45076 Fri May SO 44587 FrI May 27 62562 Sat May 21 Olttt 28 OS135 ISattMay Total 2678171 29990 85410TUlIII 131951IFrt June 3 6HUS Krl June 10 84S28 Sat June 4 92485 Sati Juno 1191310 Total376UG Total 49922S Mon June 11 65492 Mon June 20 75555 Tues June 140 7142 Tiles June 21 ao375 Wtd June 15 74185 Wed June 22 94016 Thurs Juno Itl f5l4tf Thurc June 23 96708 Frt June 17 Io79lI Fri Jane 24 77633 Sat June 18 87024 Sat June 25105159 Total7 Ui1Total54Qm Mon Juno 27 65351iMon July 4172HO rues June 28 92334 Tuva Juiy 5 77M Wed June 29 97129 Wed July II 86352 Thurs June 30 Jl84a1Thurs July 7 8668 Fri July 87195S- at July2100474ISat July 9 tt061 Total540140 Total 692303 Mon July 11 74643 Mon July 18 75IH 7uea July 12 W476 Tues July 19 77159 Wefl July 13 Wltt Wed July 20 79925 v Thurs July 14 82791 Thul July 21 J4S5 Fri July la 76559 Fri July l S6534 pat July 16 iLSBfgat July 231024- 11TtQ13Q08501 Total 512150 MOILJul2581901 Mon Aug 1 KS42S 21311WtlidThui July 28 W010 Thurs Au Fr JiUy 29 77041 PH Aug 1IoS4111 SA pTUlr 1O12u798al Aug 1137107- Total S6184Z Total 60 41i ATTENDANCES TEN WEEKS SINCE OPENING Opening Day April 10 137793 Vgek ending May 71377 Week ending May HlHaW ek ending May 21257tI7Week ending May 282119I9oWeek ending June 4376Utcc-kending June 11499221 Weekending Jbue 1 11I47 l7 Week ending June 25440340WeekWok ending July IB 10033 Week ending July 23 612150 Weekending July 80 5U42 Week ending Auguat 6 104411 nEOAPITtLATlON Attendance April 1 day 187793 Attendnnce May 26 da s 1001391 Attendance June 26 days3184876At- tendance July 27 days2343567At- tendance August C days 601411 Total since opening 62589SS + + + ++ + +4++ 4+ e II Bank of Hardinsburg i I OFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS 0o Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard i iit Interest paid on time deposits I 0000 N 000000N000 0 0 0 0 0 ON N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized lu 1872 W II BOWMBR President A B SKILIMAN Cushier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPrtn CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individualsi and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt said careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedjptfr customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits h eoQetoaI Banks I I IRVINGTON KY 8 enteH H RIPER Cashiers i Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited I Interest Paid on Time Dep- ositseeezoecaeeeece8eeee I 1 h + THE ft Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL m Louisville Ky V PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr h z+ i Tne most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In thecity ratemOnly one block from tho principal 1J shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars peas the door to all parts j jVof the cityInoat and clean JT T = iJrTT T un- c e998tig9Ef80f1Lmtt19 B Am080ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 5550 Louisville to California and return Au- gustI g J15 to Sept 10 return limit Oct 23 1904 0VV8 Only Line running through 9pecIal Low One Way and m Personally Ex IJ r 1 Round trip Rates In effect 0cursion Sleepers Louisville 4h irl U t W the fbnthweat on FIn- e to CALIFORNIA NEW J iMEXICO ARIZONA and iandThird TtteadMriin each I TEXAS Ql1FIOPQ e BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS IFor Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New Orleans Circulars descriptive 0of Lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent g address orIII F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky A eeeCECNeeee841oai feei 0 N NN IIDAN BROOKS CO II- i f i LIVE STOCK a iiiI i i00 + + + N + + 0 004yN 00 N 0 m 85easceeoaCCaostl 9 The growing popularly of the Oreat southwest and the continual inojoHS In- if travel to that section especially on tin first iind third Tuesdays of each month 2 Homeseekers Koiimlirlp and Colonist One lvay reduced rates datescncuurnges 9 tin Frisco System to udu to ll already complete train tqulpment- g TOURIST SLEEPING CARS 66of latest pattern in Train No 5 leu vtng qt Louis 886 p m commencing Pecem S I15 1IOO and each flrnt and third Tuesday following until further notice IeIflturnlnll Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louts following Monday In 1i i to arrive Cnlon Station 7iO a in connecting with all lints I 5 Schedule and rates per double berth as below 4 = = oc = = = = = =c C SOUTH ttHRTIlI RATH NOR i ll IO R35pm J St Loujs Frlao tI Ar yn II et 4JSam Ar br4pgeeld p60 j 11 t u- am Ar oaeoul00 ArIpm 02000 pm Ar Parin 200 Lv r n D I61 40pm LV rllI200TUMld Ar HiOam 4- 0t 907 pm Ar lusts 250 LvVU 50 a m 0 CI 1010 p m LvonIs 256 ni T 54S a m o 2I010 am ArOUlwo3GO ArII 810 pm j Returnliiit Torrlst Slipper leares HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 1110 p m O For reservation address tin person or by14tter nearett local representative of O loco System or distrtol representative 2 lK M WISIIART T P A St Louis J TAYLOR T1I A EvansiIIe 0sss8QOGeeceoaeeca tDW e8e8oeSOeaD = eeeG9 StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All tho latest patterns for suits nnd trousers in high mudobyanteed Moderate prices Export tailors employed j II HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelloni Ind mablnRL- OO Everything TAJT T Conducted ARKS 0000000 STtARI V G BABBA- GEMtorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years oxpoflonoo m Battling estates All collections refits onaft Cloverport Kentucky One Miniate Cough CuD For Coughs Colds and Croup r d 3 m T I 4 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q BADBAQE Editors and Proprietor = Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or At the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged Jor at the rate of 5 coots per lino Money In advance = IsExaminnnot correct please notify us = When ordering a change in the add Lsnbscribers1 he new address = EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY September 14 lOOtI = ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE authorized toanneanre nonr- Dennven y tE are Moormlln as II candidate to 5 secttotheactionof tikeDemocratic party FOR STATE SENATOR are authorized to unnounco R W WE of Ilancock county ncandldBto for State Senator from thlstho 10th district composed Breckenrhlltc ot and counties Ieude subjects tothe- action ot tho Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1relcCrackon as a candidate for Represento the action of the Democraticpaitquject t Corn cutting time Tobacco cutting time t Possum and sweet tater time Times aro too good Farmers arc too busy harvesting and selling thoir crops to even thin about election time The Wall street Journal says uln view of the shortage in wheatc and the brisk foreign demand fo breadstuffs it seems very likely that the American farmer will re ceive fully as much as usual for his corn crop this year whethc- it is over or under the round two billion mark l An old fashion county fair is to be held at Owensboro0ct 4 continuing five days The Elks of that town are running it with ExMayor Hickman as the moving spirit Wo all remember those good old times we had atC tho old Owensboro fair This his to be a revival of those good oldl times Every man woman andl child in Owensboro is tallcin fair They aro all intejeate- and l when Owensboro takes holdl of a thing in dead earnest iit means something It means a good time for all visitors Get ready fold go down there take your family it will be a fine out ing for all Breckenridge county ought to be well represented both with people and her stock and farm products REPORT OFL H JST L The annual report of the Hen derson Route printed in another column shows this institution in a fine and prosperous condition Every reader of the NEWS will be General DebilityIDay In and out there Is that feeling ot weakness that makes a burden of itself Food docs not strengthen Sleep docs not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear whatI should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes tho blood gives vigor and tone to all tho organs and functions and Is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions HOOUB TILLS cure ovuntlpatlau J4 cent j Old fashioned display of farm with good premiums fashioned of j I REMEDY CATARRHI I Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Gt Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the diseased memhrtne It I I FEVEdrives I In the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size SOc at dnyrjslsr or by mall Trial Size 10c by mall ELY JlJtoTUlms 8tVarren Street Y glad to sco this wo are sure This road has a larger interest inI Breckonridgo county than nny other county through which iit runs It has more miles of road in our county gives employmen- ty morn people pays out more money and is more closely identi lied with the prosperity of our people than any other county along its line If you dont be hove they dump a lot of money in to the pockets of our people allI you have to do is to follow tho theIcounty every month It comes every month rain or shine in good times or bad times in drouths andII in Hoods it comes all the same spreading its light of gold and sil J ver and allIour people glad We owe much to this railroadto Mr Attilla Cox its and able manu ofkbusiness who is not afraid of work and who is not afraid to in vest his money and get other peo c pie to invest with him Of course j exr pects to make money out of his here and elsewhere but while he is doing this for himI ofri J other people to make money for themselves The farmer the me chanlc the working man clerks J bookkeepers stenographers tele j graph operators and every cluss of citizens from the highest to the lowest are interested J and benefited from the earnings of this ruilroadJJ See what it has done for ourII county during the past seventeen I l years of t its history See the J l churchspires that have gone upC especiallydto Fordsville See the towns that have sprung up the vast latent resources it has brought in touch with the markets of the world All this vast storehouse of wealth owes its development to the enterprise and daring of these men of money who saw just a little fur ther into the future than wo did Andwe say we are glad theIF railroad1 is making money improving its property and building up its business For on its pros perity depends more or less the prosperity of our people farmers and all And we congratulatoMr Cox Mr and all the officers on their splendidshowing and excellent management PROSPECTS PLEASING 11Hardlnlburgclal The public school opener last Monday Prof G R Haley of May- field is the principal He comes highly recommended and the patrons of the school are pleased with the prospects of the school year He IsC assisted by Misses Maude Smith and Mattie Hook who held similar posi tions last year i Old time methods for making everybody enjoy themselves and have their friends from every where enjoy it with them HARDINSBURG IQnarterly Court last Monday atI3 Dr J H Hart of McDanlela was in the city Ihnrsdny W R Moorman of Ulendeane was in town Saturday MillsRHon D C Moorman of Glendeane was in the city Friday Hon R M Jolly of Irvington was in the city Monday Mrs Rebecca F McGary spent a few days in Louisville last week Samuel Ahl of Cloverport was the guest of Judge and Mrs Wm Ahl Thursday Sheriff F P Payne rof Cloverport was In town Monday attending quar terly court Alonza Sennet1 of Bewleyville was in town Monday attending quarterly court Mrs 0 V Robertson was the guest of Miss Mary Lewis at Brandenburg last week Miss Lottie Compton of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton last week B FBeard and Mr and Mrs Mar vin D Beard are spending this week at the Worlds Fair Percy M Beard was in Louisville last wees purchasing goods for the firm of B FBeard Co Attorney VG Babbage of Clover port was here the first of the week attending quarterly court Miss Frances C Smith left last wees for Elizabethtown where she will teacn in the graded school David W Murray of Cloverport was in town Friday the guest of his father Gen David R Murray The best repair shop in all the county is T J Lewis Sons TaKe your watches clocks etc to them Wm Snelltnan of Mississippi ar rived last week to see his mother Mrs Richard ahellnmn who is seriously ill Kobert J Ball left Monday for Louisville where he has accepted a position with C P Barnes Co jewelersMrs Mary C Heston and Mrs Jesse Payne returned home Friday from a visit to Mrs Thomas at LeI tchtield The Rev W H Calvert preached for the last time this conference year atthe M E church Sunday Fe will leave the latter part of this month for Barbourvillo to attend the annual conference Bishop Warren will pre side Tnere is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Catarrh Cure manufactured by J Cheney Co Toledo Ohioi is the only constitutional cure on the It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful- It acts directly on the blood and mac ous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any ease it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address FJCHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pins for consti f PICKED UP Joe Howard says the drouth dont affect his crop It is all the creek bottom rich land and all I have to do is to keep the weeds out and I do it My crop is fill right The old time memories brought back to both old and young Old time jollification for ev I Pete Smith is the popular cash ier of tho Bank of Glendeane Hes a fine young fellow unda candidate for matrimony He says this is leap year and ho is open for propositions along this lino Pete is a gojd follow not only good but handsome lies young too as his picture in dicates For further write Pete The finest bunch of cattle we have seen in a long time Charlie Anderson fed and sold at Guston last Saturday They were two year olds and averaged 1200 pounds Plump and slick not a blemishand they brought him S900 in cash for the 16 head Good money in feeding Mr Anderson 1 Yes very fair profit These 16 head cost me last fall 344 You can see what I have made and I am well satisfied with my work Foxy Gus is at his homo busy boring for water When ho gets water he will go out after votes and when I go out after tho boys you know I generally land what I go after Dick Owen is a clover boy and I like him but if ho gets in my path Ill have to knock him out just the same Gus says he wants a primary It is the only fair way he says to test a candi dates strength I want to go 1be- fore all the people not a few politicians Just wait he said until I get in shape to leave home and therell not bo a hog path in the three counties that willnot show my tracks Come in here you old Republican and get some dinner and we wont in and such a dinner fit for the gods Gus has other things that are good too the boys say but we can testify to his dinner not his eitherfor we dont think he had much to do with it as his good wife is tho power be hind the throne when it comes to setting up the dinners The Hon A J Thompson the present representative of Meade says he is a candidate for reelec tion He had thought ho would not bo a candidate again but his friends have urged hun to try it onco more and as ho would like to quithenu 10000 Green Ginseng Roots Write or see F T HEYSER Cloverport Ky With all the old features to please YOU and friends to meet once more on the old time playground Mr Thompson is not very enthusi astic over Parker While ho is a Democrat and expects to support the nominee ho does not tako much stock in the Parker stripe of Democrats Ho says he dont see much difference between the IvoryUlen CURE WHERE ALL s Best Couth Srrup Tastes Good ITfl Use in time Sold by druggiststr CONSUMPTION Miss Fella came from Addison Friday to visit relatives tfii AUCTION SALE J4 Of and Musical Instruments Thursday September 15 1 I eveningJBegins at 8 oclock in the Seats for the Ladies i W B OELZE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY A1 i- iJi I 15he SMART SEThh A Magazine of Cleverness y Magazines have a well defined purpose S Genuine entertainment amusement and mental recreation are the motives of The Smart Set the It MOST SUCCESSFUL MAGAZINES Its Novels a complete one in each number are by the most bril liant hemispheresIts 4 clean and full of human I Its Poetry covering the entire field of verse pathos love dayIts II I mirthprovoking I 160 Pages Delightful ReadingINo pages are Wasted on cheap illustrations editorial vaporings or wearying and idle discussions Every Page will INTEREST CHARM and REFRESH you Subscribe now2O per year in cheque P O or Express or registered to The Smart Set 452 Fifth Avenue e New York- N B Sample copies sent free on application I l NOTICEto taxpayersS j I will be at 1 WUntonMooleyville Sept 22 Lodiburg Sept 24 Irvington Sept 26 forthe purpose of collecting taxes Please meet me promptly settle F P Payne S B C By S W D S y I l The Da viess County Fair U r Under The Auspices of Elks Lodge t products IOld greeting president investments indirectly McCmcken erybodyI information WANTED Jewelry interestI and Basset See and be seen by friends from all the country Good t races with big purses every day CURES ELSE FAILS Pearl down should OF essays Remit letter W over r The Grandest Oppor tunity Ever Offered for Pleasure and Profit rJ r Reduced Rates on all railroads and River The Time of Your Life Everybody Come I 3d t Owensboro Ky Oct 4 5 6 7 and 8 1904 I nForI t Privileges Address the Secretary or HAYDEN RATICAN Owensboro Ky f I I i 5 ik j INr 1 MssPillsThis popular remedy never falls toI effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sickf Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a DigestionffI elegantlyTake No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 14 1901 Wave Roff was up from Owensboro Sunday E F Nolte spent lust week i 1 Louisville Lenox soap seven bars for 25 cents OConnell d Co Wm Asking ol Ulcndeane is tem porarily located in the city Dont buy any Jour but Gold Dustj y if you want good bread Ji Mr and Mrs ChasHook and child i ren spent Sunday at Union Star I thl3tjt I J J I I ne day iMiss Margaret Skillmuu was the guets of friends in OWAnsburo last week t Fred Fraize went to Cincinnati Monday on a business trip to be gone Wreek Sirs C W Hamman went to Lodi burg Friday to spend several days with relatives Mrs B F Orr of Henderson has J been visiting relatives in the city and jtr at Tobinsport Ind Miss Ottie Smith of Louisville was the guest of Mrs F T Heyser pa rt of last week W H Ryan a prominent tobacco milD of Henderson was in the city on business Thursday Miss Dolly Claycomb entertained Thursday night in honor of Miss Alice Haynes of Hnwesville Mrs A B Murray left Wednesday for a visit of several weeks to rela lives in Huntington W Va Mr and Mrs J C Wright of Ly onia were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jno OConnell Friday and Saturday jiionlBvIlledye with his brothers J C and E I t F Nolte Mrs J G Harris and daughter i returnedifrom a visit to Michigan and Canada Alford Decker and Cicero Moxer of near Hardinshnrg went to Tell City Monday to visit their relative Mrs i4Melissa Carwile j Dr Foster Lightfoot of Hawesville r was here last week to see his snn Dr FL Lightfoot who was ill of ery sipelas about a week Dr L W German the dentist of L Louisville has a chair at Dr F L h Lightloots office and will practice dentistry until Sept 20 Seth Knott and Miss Mattie Knott 1of Webster attended the funeral of t tthe infunt daughter of their sister I Mrs Ed Adains StardayIMr nndJrMrs J M Fallon will I make Wfmr home at Hawesville at r but win prooably move to s city later in the fall I took Moran end Eugene Drury Knottflvllle were the guests of r ither C Brey Thursday white en rte to Lebanon Ky to enter St crys College y Consurnption I The only kind of consump n to fear isCI neglected msumpti5n I People are learning that con umption t is a curable disease J t is neglected consumption iat is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion ofJJ bnsuniption get a bottle of cotts Emulsion and begin gular doses iThelj use of Scotts Emulsion t once has in thousands ofc ases turned the balance in J avor of health I Negect consumption does ript exist where Scotts Emul ion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emujj ion checks the disease while it ari the checked J Send for free ample i SCOTT k BOWNE ChemlttJ f415 Full Street New YorJJ SOC aad 1 Ioejatt druaektt I fl Wall paperBabbnge d Sin Gold Dust maces the best bread We pay 15 cents per doz for eggs OConnell Co INew goods Babbage Son Miss Allle Haynes of Hawesville was the guest of iiss Maude Yol last week Mm Annie Baker came down from Louisville Wdndesday to visit Mrs Henry Solbrig Miss Ruth Maysey of Stephenaport way the guest of Miss Eliza Tncner several days last week Mrs C W Moorman Srand C W Moorman Jr spent Sunday at Glen deane with relatives Saddlery and harness Bnbbnge Son U B Cummings proprietor of th wasnin trio city Sunday Bring your chickens eggs and produce to OConnell K Co and receive highest market price Mrs Bettie Napper of Stephens port was the guest of Mr and Mis N G Napper Sunday Elgan Rice of Greenville has been the guest of hid aunt Mrs JABary several days the Past week daughtertreturned from a trip to North and South Carolina Miss Frances Smith will leave the jlatter part of this month for a visit to Mrs Jake Prior at Eminence Mrs Julius DutschKe and danghter Miss Anna of Holt returned last Wednesday from a trip to the StILouis fairIMrs Fraize Mattingly returned jSunday to Owensboro after a visit of two weeks to Mr and Mrs O B MattinKly Mrs Con Slprel and children were ithe guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Young at German Ridge Ind last week Ms H L Stader returned Wed nesday from a visit of several months I to her aunt Mrs Henry Richards iat Helena Montana J G Gentry ofRockportInd assistant state entomologist of Indiana was in the city Wednesday en route home from a easiness trip to Toblns portRev JT Lewis wife and children of Irvingtqn were the guests of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher and Dr and Mrs J T Owen several days last weekMr and Mrs T B Squires who j been conducting a boarding house the Lillard property in the West End left Friday tor Owensboro where thy will reside Miss Marian Bowmer returned Sat nrdny from a visit of several weeks to Miss Jean Todd at Owensboio who gave a boating party in her honor Tuesday evening of last week and an informal reception last Friday afternoonMiss Mattingly of Union town was in the city SundAY and Monday the guest of Miss Florence Lewis while en route to Carrolton where she will engage in the millinery business Mr and Mrs Priest of Franklin Tenn were the guests of Mrs Ad English last Wednesday and Thurs dayCapt J H Rowland was nit duty at the postofflce several days last wee on account of sickness Lieut David Murray Jr left Monday night for St Louis where he will go into camp with the Second regiment of State militia at the Worlds Fair grounds Miss Roberta McGavock has returned from a visit to Hawesville and Owensboro Rev J T Rushing of Owensboro presiding eHer held quarterly meet ing Saturday and preached at the M E ohuron South Sunday Roy McCarty of Spottsville was the guest of his cousin B M Ale Carey Sunday and Monday MrsFD WhiteneoK and child came down from Greenwood Ind Monday to he with Mr Whiteneck Mrs Ella Davis and Mrs Mary SIHaynes of Harned were the gaestsI of their brother F P Payne several days the past week Mr and Mrs C MMcGJothlan andI Miss Minnie Hall of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs J S Younger Sunday SECURES SERVICE Stephensport Ky Sept 1BSpec- lal The dtephensport and Roberts Bottom Telephone Co has succeeded in securing service over the Cumber land Telephone companys exchange in R A bellmans drug store It Is exnected that forty or fifty boxes will be connected with the exchange in a few weeks TALK LOCAL OPTION Ekron Ky Sept 18Speoial Rev Stephenson Rev Crandel and Tom Board addressed the people of Ekron last weeK on the subject of loc al option A 1DR P MITCHELL DENTIST FairkSatisfaction Assured Professional Prices ADDITIONAL IRVINGTON There will be a mission given n the Catholic church beginning Sept 18 and ending Sept 25 Father Erasmus of the order of Passionist of honlsvllle will conduct the services Mr and Mrs Foster tyons wen shoppingeWill Wimp has returned to Louts ville to attend medical college tht year beii ng his last one in school Father Zoaller went to Louisville Monday to see his brother Father Andrew Zoeller who is In a critics condition as a result of a surgical operation for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary H H Kemper went to Louisville Monday R Al Joliy and J F Biggs were in Hardinsburg Monday Mrs Nannie Wathen goes to Louis villejjFriday to attend a banquet at the Galt House AT HARDINSBURG Bishop McCloskey of Louisville will devote September and October to visitation and continuation of the diocese beginning Thursday at Har dinsburg CLEARS 500 ON DEAL Julian Brown has sold the La Heist farm on Clover creek for which he recently paid 1000 to Jos Mul len for 2000 SUSPEND DRILLING Drilling at the oil well at ilooley vine has been suspended It is repo rt ed that another company is to enter the field and contiue with the drilling GOOD SHIPMENT Stephensport Kv Setp 13Speo- ia1 Crawford Co made a ship ment of 125 hogheads of tobacco last week NEGRO PICNIC A picnio was given by the members of the Alrican Methodist church last Saturday In a grove east of town LEASES PIKE AGAIN Dr R L Newsom has again leased EardlnsburgCloverport 5 The Iolnt of the Cape of Good trope Cnpe point which terminates the mighty headland known ns the Cape of Good Hope consists of a towering promontory of sandstone which rises from the sea to an altitude of 810 feet At the base of this stands a big soli tary column which Is known ns Vasco da Gamas pillar The lighthouse which here Illuminates the meeting place of the Atlantic and Indian Is one of the most Important and tuost useful of Its kind It Is visible from a distance of thirtysix miles The cliff scenery Is wild and sublime the rocks are magnificent and the far reaching sea with the fierce surf beating on the Iron bound coast Is Impressive In the water directly beneath the cliff sharks are abundant A traveler describing the scene says that on the occasion of his visit so numerous were the evil looking monsters that the sight as he descended the cliff was most unpleas ant A slip and a fall into the sea at this point would mean that the unfor tunate would be torn Instantly limb from limb by the ravening brutes ClicNN nnil n Dnttlcdhlp Admiral Charles E Clark who took the battleship Oregon around Cape Horn and into action at Santiago owed his appointment as commander of that boat to ids skill ns a chess player Captain Clark was at San Francisco In command of the gunlioatI Beunltigton When ashore he spout much time In the chess room of the Mechanics library where he suet some of the best players In the city When the dine came to appoint a roan to command the Oregon a friend of Clarks In the navy department at Washington put his name forward You should see that man play chess said he and went on to describe his in tense application and determination adding And thats why I think heI can bring the battleship around safely If any one can Three hours later Clark received orders to assume com mand of the Oregon and take her at once to Cuban waters Argonaut The Nimble Paragraph It Is a most extraordinary thing that some of our most successful novelists cannot turn out a newspaper para graph to save their lives In most novels there is some page or other on a supposititious clipping from a news paper bearing upon the even i under narration and In ninety cases out of a hundred the matter that makes up the clipping Is most unreal The truth of the matter Is that all the training In the world will not enable a man to write In this manner unless ho has been through the mill and had all the nonsense deleted by the remorseless subeditor Our novelists do not have their manuscript ihacked and chopped about by this skillful executioner and their pseudo newspaper clippings are models of what tho real thing is not c rJrnallst of b 1 = = or 1 Wants ii- ii + M Advertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week = c = = =FOR SALE PRINTING Presses rind Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines GnsollnoEnginesLouisville Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm In Ilrockonrldgo county Ky five south of Irvlngton four miles west containing Ky on tio Ltetchdeld road statet1 GoodhulldlnlsGoolJruryllewloylIIe FORBIDDEN I myson ortW ANrED- WANTEDTose 20 head hogs also 10 yiur apple tres ut fper 100 less sthan 100 Gc each 2000 peach trees at toe eiih Send for list of trees Highland Nurs cry Clo rport Ky- 1IENDIRSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions tto 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 third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Touis Seas on ticket Jn30 60 day ticket 9W 15 day ticket S035- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good returning Oct U Special Coach Excursions Coach excursions to St Louis andre turn within seven days on Tuesdays and Thursdays during August and Septem ber at 680 from Clovorport TriCounty Fair Henderson Sept 27Oct I I Rate of 235 round trip Cloverport to Hen erson and return Sept 27th to Oct 1st inclusive good to return Oct 2nd L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 AM No 42 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo vcrpor 1954 A M stops at all WILY stations arrives Louisville 1235 PM Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar rlvcsCloerport 443 p m LouIsville 05o p m Stops at West Point only Train No49 Express dully ar rives at Cloverport 7 00 p m Louisville 045 p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesvllle 1250 P31 arrives St Jxnils 818 P M stops at nil stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansville 100 p m St Louis at Huwes vllle Owensboro andIlenderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Clovorport 725 p m Kvansvlllu 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo AMIlawosvllloOwensboro Fordsville Branch BOUNDtleavesFordsvlllea mTrain leavesFordsvlllepm Train No 0 Sunday only Fordsville 000 am Irvine ton 833 p m WEST HOUND leavesIrvlngtonpm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fordsville II 00 p m LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE I PACKET CO Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and fivats yule- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascone Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday lO am Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154156158 4th st Louisville Ky C VI WILLIAMS G F and pA GEOH WILSON S- uptCook j WantedGood Apply at News office Mrs Lucy Younger was the guest of Mrs Anna Younger at Hawesville part of last week = t W trMEETMEATNOLTES TI As Mentioned Last Week FALL GOODS e DAILY ARRIVING TAKE A LOOK We are glad to show you through You must not overlook our nice lot pf shoes for children the young the old grandma and 3 grandpa Come Let Us Fit You Out J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY n ix GOLD DUST nicetyYour Cdick Milling CO IND tItNONV ASTH- EHOLIDAY SEASON nearing wish remind presents buy happy ocasion presents a LifeTime Pleasure both giver receiver have a fine wellselected jewelry Our experience your gain know goods honest take risk Come WATCHES REPAIRED All kinds jewelry and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD T C LEWIS SON I1IWI4r AIMIAa 0010000NOON00010000000NGive I A Tryout i 0 The Worlds Bureau is Worlds und brains organized departments of Icine Education tedities Information and Books satisfy + cheaperTusing worlds brains + What Your Desire Is your ability great enough Have you position 6 want better positionZ i you creased- Is businessii health good i you going to attend Have college special desire us your someii youtreeTryout proposition IKJ It to iagreed Worlds Dcslro Bureau on 4 payroll Address c ilcis Desire Bureau iChllllcothe M- oOOOOOONSN0001N1N04 School books school supplies at J D Babbages u Of Any Flour- Is baking it pioduces have tried results of other flours tr- yCADICKS FLOUR 1 And the True Test will result in V using no other kind When use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR your bread rolls and Longberrya grocer will supply it GRANDVIEW Is vo to ycu of the that you can at our store for the that will To and We lot of is for we and if wo are you no and see us of 1 Desire t2 the skill Law Into iYou can by the skill and Z is i a Do you a Are you in Do your Are you a Send namo and usn a dinupon you then wish tho your T Y T N and the You the now fv your you be our 1 Chintz Royalty 1also1 4 Ican survey your Lands write your Deeds nnd take theIacknowledgement at your home f This saves you trouble andcost I I Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg KyajPLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for tho trade High Quality Wor- krvM11 Orders Specialized 1 B Oelze Ky I r Mr and Mrs J M Fallon spent lastto week at the St Louis fair + i 1 i U- I r t t The Breckenridge News H WEDNESDAY September 14 1004 FILIPINOS ARE MANY 1300 ISLANDERS INCLUDED IN WORLDS FAIR EXHIBIT afore Than a Hundred Houses of Na tive BuildWhole Day Necessary to See Spectacle Thoroughly Cost Is 599000 Wiiliant H Tai lir jivsint secretary of ir vas clvl hIi iiir of the Phil Ippiu islands la i urc1i the idea that flu World PaI r at St Louis al mot III the c titrt of Hie United Stat would olirr an excellent oppor tune to show tin tin1 American peo pit tilt wondeiul Irources of th- earchIlao and thi character of the Inhabitants Gov Taft outlined a plan for a Filipino display at St Lour which has been carried out faithfully The Philippine Exposition IB per baps the most striking feature of the Worlds Fair It covers a tract of 17 acres There are 1300 natives Tho buildings number about 113 not count ing the numerous huts in the live native villages Because the Philip pine display is rather isolated from the rest of the Fair the average visitor is generally amazed when he crosses the Bridge of Spain over Arrow Head lalte goes through the grim looking entrance of the Walled City and be holds the elaborate features spread out before him The cost of the Philip pine Exposition approximates 1500 000 All of this expense except 200 000 is born by the Insular government and the Filipinos are glad to contri bute this amount to Indicate the won GnOUP OF TYPICAL COCOPA INDIANS derful worth of this country and to get in touch with the progressive idea This Philippine Exposition Is a place of contrasts The man who goes into it thoroughly is amazed at the patriotism culture and skill of tho best rep resentatives and at the depravity superstition and ignorance of the savage tribes Som have said this ex position has taught that the word Filipino is misleading that there Is r no standard type in the Philippines that the displays of fierce Moros naked Igorrotes pompous Bagobos and monkeylike Negritos dissipate the idea tbat the Philippines are popu kited by a homogeneous people This Ill true In a sense but It must be re membered that the Igorrotes number 200000 the Bagobos 5000 the Negritos 21000 and the Moros 200000 out of a total population of 7636426 The remaining 6000000 are for the most part people with keen intellects and culture eager to grasp at any Idea that might advance them and have accom pushed wonders with their limited meansAs ou leave the Wallod City a rep resentation of the fortifications built by the Spaniards 300 or 100 years ago to repel Dutch and Chinese invaders you face a plaza plastered with a lux urious growth of flowers and stir rounded by a picturesque group of buildings On one side Is tho Observa tory an oddlooking structure with two spires on each side shooting sky ward a pattern of an observatory atI Manila In Its rear Is a circular walk within which a relief map has been built by Father Jose Algne a Jesuit priest showing In an entertaining way the 1014 isles and Islets of the archi Ipvligo On the opposite of the plaza Is the Agricultural building within which Is shown farm Implements matelous na fire houses hemp of all kind rice to 4 bacco coffee copra and all other products of the field There you will toe long streams of hemp la fineness and nheen not unlike tile locks of peroxide blonde lomeI N Hrby is a hall whir stlh ran rlitwc are given of scenes in the Island Mid to the northeast is the Fish and Game building an Impres sive structure of the graceful palma hnw thatched with nlpa Its lower i end stretching over the waters of the lake giving the appearance of an AID riran boat house On the other side of the plaza is the BtlnratinTial building modeled after tit Manila cathedral Here are tarn pics oft the Industrial work essays and other things done in the Americanized schools of the country There are more thin 00000 pupils In the primary filisns of the schools In the Philip r pines alone More English bas been taght In the three years of Americana c Dilation than during 400 years of- the Spanish regime Rot to see the work of education actually In progress tho visitor should step over across a second plaza to a snug nlpa cottage within which Mist I Pilar Zamora graduate of the Manila Normal school gives lessons daily to about 50 little natives recruited from the various villages This second plaza is bordered by the Commerce building the Government building a reproduc 1 tion of the Ayuntarnlonto n i i 50 fine calling cards for 50 cents k uuiiumg in Manna too Educational building the Ethnology building and a decidedly foreign looking structure called the Manila house with a court overarching roof and windows mod from the shops of mollusks WEEK IN ST LOUIS I HOW TO SPEND SIX DAYS TO BEST ADVANTAGE Suggestions Offered by Chicago Even Ing Post Writer Will Save Time Money and RegretsGives In tereating Itinerary A writer in the Chicago Evening Post L M McC offers the follow ing suggestions on spending a week at the Worlds Fair to best advantage He says Rooms at 125 and 1150 a day with breakfast are abundant When land Ing at the union station if undecided about location go at once to the bureau of information in the station where lists of roominghouses and small hotels may be had Choose a place near the grounds if possible If in walking distance BO much the better as one may be Independent of crowded oars and save car fares Jt is best to have breakfast at the boardinghouse or near by and depend on the restaurants of the Exposition for luncheon and dinner I have yot to hear of a case of extortion and the restaurants in the grounds are inter esting if ono chooses wisely Just a word about clothes Tho wise woman will wear a lightweight walk ing suit with dark waist as pretty as she choose In neckwearand tho man will havo a lightweight coat and get rid of a heavy vest White shirtwaists are a Joy to womankind but by mid day they lose their freshness and at night they are distressing A silk shirt waist suit is not warm and Just the i thingMONDAYGet a birds eye view Make it an outdoor day Take a map nf the grounds and get your bearings Take the Intramural train at Station 1 or at Station 17 the terminus and rule all the way around keeping both ryes wide open for points of interest noted on the map Leaving the Intramural after the round trip walk to ward the Grand Basin and Cascade Fountains identifying the buildings along the way drinking in tho beauty resting near the music pavilion to hear one or two numbers studying tho Louisiana monument and finally climb- Ing the Colonnade of States Statuary has greeted one on every side The artists names are conspi cuous and no time is lost in taking this walk leisurely From the Colonnade of States with a map in hand ono may pick out the large buildings and get enduring Impressions of the grandeur of the Exposition as a whole A return walk may be made to the right past the German building to the Sunken garden and the imposing Gov ernment building But by all means stay out of doors one day Take sup per out of doors and linger around the Grand Basin while the lights are being turned on Choose a place near a bandstand and after dark take to the Pike and keep out of doors TUESDAYIf one is a lover of art devote the early hours to the galleries Take the Intramural to Art Palncp sta tion Make up your mind that you cant see it all and spend this morning In the east pavilion Sweden Ger many Holland Canada Austria At noon go out of doors and turn to the left Take lunch on some pleasant porch along the waya cup of tea in Japan or Ceylon Follow the waterways to the Music pavilion and flower beds and the Peace monument If your tastes so Incline walk through Machinery and Transportation buildings and porhaps the Electricity build ingSpend the evening on the Pike WEDNESDAYEnter tho grounds at the Administration entrance or via the Intramural Visit the Aus trian house for art and arts craft the finest display of Its kind on the grounds Holland house a reproduc Lion of an old Dutch house with a copy of Rembrandts Night Watch Sweden a modest establishment of a hunting club Great Britain with Its old English garden and trimmed shrub berg and rooms illustrating different periods of English furnishing Del glum China Cuba Brazil Nicaragua Slam and Mexico and the extremely interesting exhibit of Belgium France lies just across the waya reprodua tlon of the Grand Trianon and the Garden of Versaillesand the little Italian temple crowns a hilltop Here- In a group is enough to occupy all day The United States lifesaving ex hibit the Ferris whoel the Forestry and Fish and Game buildings are In the same locality- THURSDAYGo direct to the Fine Arts Palace and sea Great Britain and tho Unltea States pavilion When weary leavo tho Art Palaco walk to tho right lunch at one of the outof door cafes It you can afford it in Germany Then visit the Palaco of Charlottenburg and spend tho rest of the day in the Education Mines and Government buildings Spend the ova ning on tho Pike or In the Illuminated Palaco of Fine Arts FRIDAYEnter the Varied Indus tries building and pass by degrees through the Manufactures and LIberal Arts buildings and tho rest of tho day on the Terrace of tho States SATURDAY Make a final visit to the Art Palace West pavilion Franco and Sculpture court Take the Intra mural to tho Horticulture and Agri cultural buildings Jerusalem the Doer camp or the Philippines The Indian schools are extremely Intornstlncr an + 0 well worth Willie Or course wnen near the Illinois building one should registerPersonal taste naturally governs the sightseeing and some not caring to grasp the whole would map out Just the things of most Interest to them I ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Ecziue will be sent free to every render if this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofuln Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poisons Fevei Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature 50 reward will be paid for any case of Hcaema that is not promptly cured with Ecziue Eciine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has Ibeen no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred diseases until Kcitne was discoveredand now thousands nre 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 HOYD CHEMICAL CO 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co Parts fashions running the gamut from the simple tiiiloruiiule frock to the most crea tion and nearly all the fashions that were Iiniuioralized by eI days lire with us The redingoto and old favorite is back again with touches suited to present styles and nt last the English may proclaim Victory for the severe tailor mtdefor the popular redingo to is made with the plain coat sleeve Of course themore or less befur based sleeve will continue to nourish in the frivolous styles of socalled tailormade but Paris at lost concedes and the coat is with us t The redingoto 1S essentially a suit coat and lament in the long predicted for comlngseasons It is made single breasted double roosted or open In front to closed by a waist OOHti i Some ofjthe coats begin to out away above the waist line and some below being left open above this point t3 diBplnythe waistcoat I mo t I d rtrcrr Nothing can be more elegant more moro individual than the rodingoto shown in mv illnstrn WIN FIRST PRIZE San Francisco Sept 7 Following their great parade admittedly the finest ever given by the order the Knights Templar today gathered at Golden Gate Park to witness the triennial competitive exhibition of their crack drill curps The drill was hold on the extensive lawn ordi narily devoted to baseball and other sports and on the grass slopes it many thousands of spectators wore congregated The weather was ideal The first prize was awarded to the drill corps of Louisville Ky Commander No 1INEW EXCHANGE The Cumberland Telephone com pany lust week installed an exchange in R A Shellinuns drug storm at Stephensport with Mr Snellmnn usI operator The exchange begins with thirteen subscribers who live in and near Stepheusport This Is the fourth exchange the company has established in the countICASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the- SIgnature of Paris Letter g g 9 Of Marian Marne About the Leading Fabric of theSeason r are picturesque daqnerreotype sleeve closefitting threeqniirterlength oe be ditngmehed surrounding Bought ion Worn by a notanly weldr ssed Pnirsieune it was composea of nrich darkred Burlingham a fabric that fashionable woman are finding sur pass ingiy beautiful for dress gowns and entirely practical for trotting frocks and the woman who prefers simplified styles will find in this silk of iJurlapsliKe weave jnst the material with which sne can gratify tier taste for the rich simplicity which is far removed from plainness and feel that she is wearing a fabric that cannot be cooled or imitated successfully in cheaper qualities thus detracting from its exclnsiveess The surplice waist that puts in an appearance every now and then what ever the styles always adapting itself to existing anodes Is ono of the favorites m the French Capital The insuyillnstrntion that IB quite uptodate in its surplice front Its two lace rovers handsomely bended with rich embroidery and iits little V shaped collar in white plaited chiffon The relation of color to fabric is n much mooted question today A tone that Is charming in one fabric is of ten undesirable in another hnt in the new handwoven raw silk the shades are all exquisite and becom ing Rajab stamped upon the selvedge Insures the happy possessor of the costume a gown with the wearing qualities ot a strong linen and the lustre of the silk from which it is madeOne would thinK the acme of fasti diousness had been reached in linger ie but with the return of the fitted bodice and coat the lingerie question assumes renewed importance Abso lutely wrinkleless undergarments me essential m modern smart dressing and even n wrinkle about the ntocxing to show that it is not an integral part of the human anatomy is unpar donable in these days when all well made corsets such as the CB n In Spirite nre provided with garters that extend from the stockings to the corsets sides holding the dtocKiog up and the corset down giving a smooth fit over the hips which IB the only way to get n perfect fitting coat MARIAN MAR NF JThe Brazilian Home atthe Worlds Fair P TakeDown Repeating ShotgunsT- he H notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispflled since the advent of Joft t J WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN e A KNOWN REPUTATION The Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well knownIt gracefullydesignedIt stands for the lowest prices at whichreally good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for reputationTheirnew catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky THE GEO DELKER CO A CORPORATIONI Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does no handle the George Delker Work write direct to th factory v TILE LOUISIANA PURCHASE MONnIENTiti it WORLDS FAIR ECHOES Every type of plow from tho old Im plement with one handle and a wooden moldboard to tho modern invention by which from 30 to 35 acres of ground can bo broken daily is shown in tho Palaco of AgricultureI Tapestry work 250 years old 22 by 12 feet valued at 35000 is one of the attractions in tho Belgian section of the Art Palace at the Worlds Fair It represents a famous painting by Tamers It pictures Tin ancient Flem- Ish fair and is said to be one of tho ssssne t w tho Marathon and 100meter races whIch will be contested in the Olympic games to bo hold In the Stadium at tho Worlds Fair from August 29 to 1 September 3 o The only exhibit that Russia has at the Worlds Fair so far is madq by the Russian Westinghouse Airbrake company A typical Russian hut or kiosk 20 by 25 feet in area and 25 feet high has been built In the Palace of Transportation and furnished Iff Russian style Photographs of Rusv sIan scenes and illustrations showing Russian transportation facilities line tho walls 1 r Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage i In full assortments of hpndy size bottles Lihrary and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc J a q ii I II1 tur c I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 14 1004 J Fourteen Rulesii For SL Happy Home 5 s0 Contributed The following are fourteen rules for a happy home for the husband to practice if he wishes t keep the affections of that dear little and oft times neglected creature nis wifoI1 Furnish mono for her keep a good table and to make the house bright and comfortable 2 Practice good manners and assist in training servants 3 Keep your temper when an expected guest comes to visit 4 When cheated in a busmeLs transaction be cheerful 5 Spend money on icecream for the wife and little ones instead ofI tobacco and bets on the election 0 Encourage ner to go out occa atonally to see her friends Rock the cradle while she IIH gone and thus save her the anxiety of leaving the little ones with n hired nurse 7 Buy her a magazine occasionally to brighten up her mind 8 Allow her to lure a little sewing done occasIonally that she may have a little leisure when the children are asleep 0 Instead of spending your even ings whittling sticks on the side walks help her sing the children to sleep 10 When she Is not too tired to VlbiUptenI to her and take pains not y tall asleep in the midst of her most nteresting conversation 11 When she modestlv and bee itatingly asks for a little money dont put on a cold stare and ask her fwhat she wants money for 12 Dont forget to give her money to pay her church and missionary dues 0 13 Be interested in the amount of preserves and canned fruit she mana ges to take between the babys naps 14 Be as careful of your personal appearance and as anxious to please her as you were before marriage C W The Stomach is the Man A wean stomach weakens the man it cannot transform the food because into nourishment HeatlhI and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman with Jont first restoring hentlli and strength- tQ the stomach A weak stomach fennofr digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and tun down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by All Druggists MARRY THIS EVENING- Rev W H Calvert of Hardins burg will perform a double wedding at Fairview church this evening at 8 oolock The contracting parties are Virgil Goodman of West View and Mins Nettie Tucker daughter of P M Tucker of Mook and Shelby Tucker and Miss Ursula Tucker daughter of Volentine Tucker both of Mook REGISTER IS FULL Kentuckys 1000 page register the largest at the Louisiana Purchase Expositipnjs filled with the names f Kentucjnans who have visited the fatJt AEtynme thousand names fen registered of which 11013 were put on in Augu- stOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes by and yourbloodter out the waste the blood they of order they fall do work Pains achesandrheu matism come from cess of uric the blood due kidney trouble i Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping kidney blood through veins and arteries f Jt considered that only urinary kidneystiut1 constitutional diseases have their begin X ning In kidney trouble if you are sick you can make no mistakes I mildIi SwampRoot great kidney remedy is r soon realized It stands the highest for It- swwonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold out Its merith- k all druggists In fifty cent onedollar sir es You may have g or Impurities In If are sick or out to their ex acid In to neglected thick poisoned used to bo sample bottle by mall home of aKampaoou free also pamphlet telling you how to find out IIt you have kidney or bladder trouble f Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer dy GO Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the I 1llmerSwampIiBoot and tile address Binghamton N X every bottlttthon lir i uersSometimes the hair is pot properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Hair Vigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears- My hair was roinlni out terribly I WRS lRlrIllorretturod thin nalurxicolor Mug K O K VAIII Landing N J AvefeoAadrnguletej0riaKP = Poor Hair NEW GAME LAWS The following provisions of Ken tuckys new game laws should beI borne in mind Rabbits and Squirrels It is unlaw ful to kill or to pursue with Intent t kill or have in possession when killed any rabbit or squirrel betnften the fifteenth of Septeouier and the fifteenth of November Wild Turkeys Pheasants Grouse and Partridges1 It Is unlawful at any time to buy sell expose for sale offer for sale or have in possess ion for the purpose of bartering or selling tiny of the above birds which nave been killed in Kentucky 2 It is unlawful for any person to transport any ot the above birds or receive them for transportation or cause them to be transported or have them in possession with intent to transport or secure the transportation of them within or without the state But a hunter with his game lawfully killed by him within the state may be transported 3 The penalty of or violation o this law is a tine of not lees than 10I nor more thn 25 for a first offense and not less than 25 nor more than 50 for any subsequent offense RETURN FROM OUTING Mr and Mrs Ridgely Cayce who love been spending the past few weeks on the gulf coast nave returned to Louisville browned and tanned by the sun but feeling well Mr Cayce said that the climate on the coast is ideal in the summer and the weather never hot a good sea breeze keeping the air cool all the time He spent much of the time fisliing and much of it was done in the deep sea Pompano furnished the best sport but the gulf was full of line game fish and Mr Cayce said it was the best fishing he line ever hadWed nesdays CourierJournal The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands the hardest kind of work has begun th renewal of which is a mental and physical strain to all except the most rugged The little girl that a tew daj ago had roses in her cheeklI and the little boy whoso lips were then so red you would have insisted tha they had been kissed by strawberries to have already lost somethin of the appearance of health Now is a time wnen many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious trouble and we know of no other ep highly to oo recom mended as Hoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens the nerves per fects digestion and assimilation and aids mental development bybullding up the whole syste- mRUNAWAY COUPLE Prestoa Carter and Miss Mary Self of Caneyville Grayson county were in the city Thursday night ell route home from Rockport Ind where they were married They came over by land from Caneyville on Tuesdav September C and took the fast St Louis train which is due here at 1100 p in for Cannelton There they were unable to procure a license so then went on to Rockport Before they could get married at Rockport they had to send back after Miss Selfs brother to testily as to her age Mr and Mrs Carter left Thursday night overland for Caueyville A few friends accompanied them on the trip GIRL TO TAKE STUMP Frankfort Kyt Sept 7Mlss Mar garet Ingels a pretty and talented girl of Paris Ky has tendered her ser vices to the national Democratic committee and will take the stump in the interest of Parker and Davis Site bus been given notice that she will be assigned to the Western slates where she made speeches in the lust cainpaigin in the interest of Mr Bryan for the presidency Mias In gels is an Intelligent young woman BOll has made a study of the subject of political economy and is possessed of power and tact as a public speaker t r WILL STUMP STATE Louisville Ky Sept 8 Governor Beckbaui wilitako the stump early this full and will make a complete tour ofthestttatu 11 II I IIJv r and Davis and the Democratic nomI- nees for congress This has been announced from Democratic state headquarters with the additional information that the gov ernor will make about the same lumber of speeches this year as he did in lies own canvass last fall Besides the speakers which the par y has within its ranks in the state speakers from other states will come into Kentucky during the last days of the campaign The chief orators for the Republi I cans will be W C Owens and Augus J tus E Wilson However they will do j practically all their speaking in the Fiftn district John W Yerke will I spend the greater part of his time in the East and does not expect to matte but two 01 three speeches here during the entire campaign THREE JURORS CURED I Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle Of CliamberlalnSjCollc Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedyJJ Mr G W Fowler of Hightower 1 Ala relates an experience he had while serving on a petit jury in a countyosent of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate some fresh meat and it gave me cholera morbus in a 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 better he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in I took one dose 4 of it and was better in live minutes J The second dose cured me entirely Two tellow jurors were afflicted In the and small bottle same manner one I cured the three of us For sale by Short x Ha nesIPOTATO CROPS FAIL earlyfsummer the pjtatn prop was almost an entire failure so far as the Kentucky yield was concerned Many fields fell i short nearly 70 per cent of what should have been realized Now cornea the information from potatoes growers near Louisville that the sec ond or fall crop will be nearly as much of a failure as the first The seed was planted during the first of August and there has been a con tinuous drouth river sincennd it is said that even with copious showers from 4 now until frusta come the crop cannot t he saved This means Kentucky nust depend on Michigan and Missouri and I means much higher prices then pre vailed last season Fridays Louisville PostII AT ITS HEIGHT The mussel industry is now at its height on the bars and in the shallow water below the city Two firms are now operating there and a third firm at whose head is Caps Phelps and I which has been operating just below removeing to the ricuer bunks just below Uwensboro The total output here i for tjhe season has been up to the lres ent 000 tons There Are now 300 tons piled on the bank awaiting shipment 200ttons has been shipped by rail to the Iowag I Owensboro Messenger I PREPARING FOR FIGHT The State Democratic campaign heaSquarthrs were established at Seelbaohs hotel in Louisville last week and a big force of stenogra pners are at work sending out campaign literature Samuel W Hager the chairman and Percy Haley the secretary ate in charge Appointments for over one hundred speaKers will be made for Monday September 10 when the fight is to open with a speaking in every county in the State- Hopdusville Ky June 7 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three yeirs and from ex perience I can say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior meritsSMost respectfully Thomas D ArmisteadC A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kldnpy and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der In both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren 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 manufaoturer P 0 Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all Druggists Office 2931 Olive street 50 fine calling bards for only 50 coots TTeivS office + i J TURKEY CROP SHORT There is going to be a falling off in the number of turkeys this fall if the scarcity of tobacco worms ia an indication fluid one of our most progressive farmers Of course everyone in this section in aware tnat the delicate and delicious flavor of the bluegrass turkeys is imparted by a generous diet of tobacco worms and the scarcity of the latter this year is going to play havoc with the turkey crop this fall Why one of my neigh bors says that he found four half grown turkeys nearly starved to death In his tobacco field owing to the absence of worms and it required the utmost care to bring them around all right The chances are ghat blue grass turkeys will have to be corn fed this fall but its going to hurt the flavor of this usually delicious and highly esteemed fowl Winch ester Democrat OFFERS TO SPEAK Secretary Woodsun of the Democrat ic National Committee line received a letter from William J Bryan in which Mr Bryan says he will be at the disposal of the democratic com mittee for campaign purposes during the month of October Mr Bryan indicates that he would prefer speaking in the West mostly in Indiana Cnairmau Taggart says that the committee nag not yet taken up the subject of Mr Brvuns itinerary and it is not yet known whether he will speak in the eastern states although there have been several requests from different localities that if Mr Bryan enters the CAm patlgn he should make one or two speeches in Connecticut and New Yor- kPASTOR MANY YEARS Rev W J BHllou of Bowling Green has succeeded Rev S P Locke of Owensboro as pastor of the colored Baptist church of this city which is known as the Vesting Baptist church Rev Locke was pastor of the church sixteen years preaching on the first and third Sundays Rev Ballou located here last week and will preach every Sunday Mothers Dont Suffer With Neuralgia Rheumatism Pains in the Back etc Paracauiph relieves and cures such ailments because it opens the pores induces sweating and draws out all fever and infla mation It soothes it cools It cures Keep a bottle In your home You need it every day GREAT ATTENDANCE- St Louis Sept OWorlds Fair Grounds All attendance records of the Louisiana Purchase Expoitlon were broken yesterday when 207454 persons passed through the gates Fitteen thousand members of military organizations the Woodmen lumber men and other bodies encamped on the Fair grounds are not included In the above figures Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years of Suffering- I had been troubled with lame back for fifteen years and found aIcomplete recovery in the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm says John G BIsher Glllam lad This liniment is also without an equal for sprains and bruises It ia for sale by Short Haynes GOES TO BALTIMORE- W C Pierceall of Mayfield Ky left last Wednesday afternoon for Baltimore Md to reenter St Marys Academy where he is studying for the priesthood Mr Pierceall scent the summer with Father C Brey and made many friends while in the city BUYS RESIDENCE- J D Seaton last week bought the residence he now occupies on the schoolhouse hill of Chas A Mat tingly of Kansas Consideration 075 ANcgclable PreparationforA- slmilatingllteFoodandIlegulat ling Ihe Stomachs andBowcis of INFANIS CHILDREN Promotes DigcslionChecrful ness and RcslConlains neither OpiumMorpliine nor Iincral Nor NARC OTIC hnPe 0OldJJr SANllOl1rrJER- 1unpan sadAlxfmwr ltatnJr1I Bt fofanolef fa it sly19 d L Ian rorConsUp1non Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YOTIK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 11E KENTUCKY TOBACCO MANY POUNDS SHORT i Local tobacco men place the esti mate of the ll04 tobacco crop in Ken tucky at about the same as that of 1003 which was 12000000 pounds short as compared with that of 1902 and former years In some portions of the Statethe crop was damaged considerably by drouth und in ether portions better favored with rain the crop is In excelent condition A to bacco grower from Shelby county who was in the city yesterday stated that the tobacco crop in that county was the best that had been raised in fifteen yearsThe result of two short crops in succession said a teeter to a reporter for the Humid yesterday would be a good market price for the ensuing seasons crop but of late year + the tobacco market haw been oo manipulated by speculators that It is harl to tell what price will result to tile growers Tne active compe tition in buying at tilt opening of the season however agurs a good price to the grower I The loon crop has been marketed About all of time burley has been sold and the other grades aro getting scarce The 1004 crop is later than usual While a few hogsheads of primings will appear in the market from time to time as it is gathered from the fields the oared crops will not begin to reach the local markets before October Bucklens Arnica Salle Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fev r Sores Chapped Hands Skin Erup tions infalllatle for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c nt Short Haynes Druggists DeWitts J Salve For Piles Burns Soros CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THI CtNTAim OMPANr NCW YORK CITY A TRAIN IS STONED Westbound train No 43 on the Henderson Route which is Tne here at 725p m was stoned by unknown is parties last Thursady night as it pull led out of Maceo formerly Known as Powers Station One person on the train was hurt and a number of pass engers narrowly escaped serious in jury and probably death Besides a number of larger rocks vhich were thrown at the train a volley of pistol shots were fired two of the bullets at least passing through the parlor car None of the shots fired struck the other cars but the rooks broke several windows in the smoKer and gen eral passenger car A large rock went through a window on one side of a oar and struck a window sill on the opposite side missing only a few Iinches the head of a little girl who was asleep on a seat L H Brown an Evansville traveling man was painfully cut and stunned in the head by the fragments of u stone nnd pieces of glass Others would have been injured if they had not been lyln down at the time When the train was stopped the miscreant could not be found OlUcera are looking for the offenders audtf caught they will be prosecuted to the extent of the law by the railway corn puny WHO VICTIM WAS The relatives of Simon Castlen of Owensboro feel convinced that the body cf the man recovered from the recent wreck at Spottsvillo and burled at Henderson was he He wrote that he would start home from Waco Texas ou August 8 but he line not been heard from since The wreuk was on August 8 He said that he would come on a freight train as it would qost him little or nothing His wife has received his valise con taining all his clothes except the suit he wore and this was shipped from Waco A description of Castlen com pares accurately with the man who was drowned in the wreck but notJidentified J I Buy youri tlt School k Hr iI r11 h uppnesry I 1 ryya ya from 1 rtir w Jno D BabbageJ 1 a 1wr Z e 1 tM t r xazwyv rt1 fi itwas r mvaeer r + tibII The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 14 1004 STEPHENSPORT Mrs H Lay is in Louisville for treatment for cancer Mrs M Blaine is having a cottage built on Tnlrd street Miss Fannie Kendal ofYehngton is visiting Mrs M L Roberts Miss Belle McGary of Cloverport visited Mrs R A Smith Saturday Mius Zelma Lay is in Marion Ind taking a course in a business college W J Schopp is In Louisville this week purchasing his fall and winter goodsMrs Sam Gilbert who has been confined to her bed for ten weeks Every ill- Mrs SI Rank of Hillsdale Pa is spending severalI weeKS with her parents Mr and Mrs B Lay Mrs E H Miller Mrs Skin Rank and MrI Lizz Pnulman spent Sunday in Rome Ind with relatives Mrs Will Lennin and children of Hardinsburg after spending several days with her parents have returned homeMrs S R Payne and daughter Grace of Irvington spent several days here last week with friends and relativesA entertainment will be giv en by Miss Eula Heuslev next Satur day night Proceeds for benefit of school library Masters Nathaniel and Hobart sons of Mr and Mrs Gus Shellman of Hardinsbnrg spent last week here with relatives Mrs F B Lacy and children of Hopkinsville are spending several weeks withher parents Mr and Mrs H S English Mrs S B Schopp after spending several weeks in Louisville and St Louis with friends and relatives re turned home Sunday Miss Pauline Moorman who has been with her aunt Mrs ML Roberts for sometime ins returned to her home in HillsboVo Texas RA Smith our popular hotel man is now occupying Mrs M Elaines house on Main street and Mrs Saute t Bennett tins moved into the house he 3 vacated it being her old home She is having it repaired inside and outside Let me say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend II for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizabeth NJ- I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all appearances am cured of catarrh The terrible headaches from which flung antlered are goneW J Hitch cock late Major U S Vol ind A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at CO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New Yor- kWEBSTER H L Kurtz went to Louisville Sun dayMiss Nan Lyddan began a private school last Monday- M L Lyddan has returned from the Elizabethtowu fair Mrs Geo Woolfolk of Kansas City t is visiting Mrs S P Parks W L Hall of West Point was here last Sunday to visit his parents Misses Hattie B and Llda Stewart of Louisville are visiting relatives hereMrsJ L Malin of Louisville was the guest of Mrs S P Patks last weekIf reports are to be believed wedding t bells will ring in our community this week r Willie Board and Milt Skillman of Owensboro spent lastSunday in our communityMiss Stewart of Louisville has been employed as governess ink the family of Wm Kendal Mrs Jas Witt of Owen boro is visiting her parents Mr and 1IrI Tom Payne of Bewleyville A J Gibson and wife ot Clover port visited friends and relatives here several days of last week Mrs Sam Dugan returns to Oklahoma this week and will be accom panied by her mother Mrs W G Claycomb Mrs Geo Lyddan of Irvington and Mr Wiles and family of ParnesI ville went in the J C Crutcher crowd to the worlds fair JO Crutcher and wife and Mrs George Lyddan and Misses Norris Kurtz Ada B Henderson and NanI Lyddan returned last Sunday from a visit to the Worlds Fair Dont Lie Awake At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracamph relieves instantly I IHchlng and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every I bottle is guaranteed to give you satisfaction or money refunded So why snfferT Get a bottle today r BEWLEYVILLE Rev Morris has been sick for sever al days The meeting here closed Wednesday nightMiss Mary Paynes riding horse died last Sunday Fletcher Blanford is building a barn for B A Hardaway at Gaston The new balcksmith Mr Carter it industrious and pleases the people Miss Bessie Cox has returned from avlslt to friends near Hardlnslmrg Bewleyville was well represented at the spear king at Gaston Sunday- A J Thompson Is having his house painted white with green trimmings- E P Hardaway attended the Har din county Lair a day or two lUst week Bewleyville and Garrett baseball teams played Saturday afternoon with our boys largely in thejshade Mrs Will imdell has moved her household goods to her father s Elisna Smith Mr Tindell is prospecting in Illinois Mrs Parker and son spent several days last weeK with Mr nnd Mrs At Bennett Dr Parker will meet them here and all will attend the St Louis Lair Goldenrod 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 the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly re adjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 23c at Short S Haynes Drug Store IRVINGTON Edwin Jolly left last week for school at Smith Grove Edgar Bennett left last week for school at Lexington Miss Kittle MoGehee will attend school at Hardinsburg Mrs Geo Lyddan has returned from the St Louis fair Mrs Sam Payne is home from a visit to Stephensport Miss Tula Lockard is with Miss Stella Applegate of West Point Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg is with his aunt Mrs F H McGehee Miss Lillie Bashamof Louisville is with the Claycomb girls for a visit Mrs John Bolin and Mrs Mary Bolin spent last week in New Albany Miss Ruth Miller lett last week for Murfreesbaro Tenn to attend school Prof Hays and Dugan of Meade county were here on business last week Miss Myrtle Lyddan ot Websetr will attend the private school here this winter Mrs Kirley Blaine and children of Stephensport left for her home at Stepben spa rt Monday movedDavid Spradlin Mrs Marv Ann Fnllenwider of Little Bend was the guest of Mrs J K Bramlette last week The ice cream supper given by the baseball nine Friday night was en- Joyed by many Proceeds 15 Little Catherine Wimp celebrated her eighth birthday by having several of her little friends with her Mrs G T Marshall spent last week with her sick daughterinlaw near Gaston who is reported as much improvedMrs Hawes Lewis of Brand enburg wishes to announce the open- Ing of her mu ic class early Thursday morning Mis Perry Weaver and son Ben Helm spent last week with her moth er and father Mr and Mrs Bate WashingtonMiss McConnell Cunningham has returned to her home in New York after a pimeant visit to the Gardner family The p ublic school opened Monday with Miss Mary Joe Mattingly of Glendeane principal and Miss Han nah Pile of Mook assistant Rev J T Lewis and Mrs Kate Bennett leave on Tuesday for a re union of the Lewis family in St Louie and to attend the fair Our contractor J K Bramlette has opened a lumber yard here and is ready to supplv the growing demand for building materials Call on him and get reasonable prices on same Mrs Mack Avlttnee Ellen Mo Gehee and two children left Saturday for their new home at Atlanta Ga They will return some time in No vembor en route to the St Louis fair The private school will begin next Monday The services of Miss Edith Marshall of Louisville have been secnred and as she is finely equipped mentally and Of8 charming person ality we are assured of a successful HCllOOl Dr and Mrs Parker of Houston Tex are with MrsD U Heron Mrs Parker who was Miss Cora Meador of Bewleyville has returnea to tne beauty of her girlhood and is now one of the handsomest matrons in the Lone Star State Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridd n alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J T 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 be testi fies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only COc Guaranteed by Short A Haynes Druggists PATESVILLE E F Gabbert was in Cloverport TuesdayMrs Powers was In Hawes ville WednesdayClint of Tell City was in town several days last week James Lamb commenced his school at the Duncan school Monday Lawrence Day of Whitesville is visiting his brother A V Day A V Day and little daughter Marie were in Whitesville one day last week on business Sam Laslie and family of Clover port moved into town Thursday and are occupying the Reid property Lawrence Lawless of Horse Branch is visiting his sister Mrs Bell Fry mire and is attending school Rev Frank Bakerof Floral Z deliv ered a fine sermon at the M E church South Snnday morning to a large audience It is to be remem bered that Mr Baker is young in years and in the ministry also TEETHINA always soothes and thenIt also cures the baoy when All else has failed and tis true It often saves a life for you TEETHINA cures Cholerainfan turn Overtimes and Counteracts the Effects of the summers Heat Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels and costs 25 cents at Druggis- tsLODIBURO Wm Hardin visited his family at Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs AubreyHIckerson visited relatives at Simple Sunday Mrs Ida Nottingham and Miss Ethel Basham were in Louisville last week Mrs F W Hall of Raymond spent several days here with her mother last week Misses Annie and cola Grant were the guests of Miss Lizzie B Head WednesdayMisses and Sallie B Aviitt of Raymond were guests of Miss Mollie Adkisson Sunday Mr and Mrs Pike Conn and daugh ters Misses Belle and Corinne and Miss Lizzie Pettit of Stephensport Grover L Seversot Hardinsburg and Mrs C L Avitt and son Johnnie were the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Grant Sunday 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 HaynAs RAYMOND Several from here are attending the protracted meeting at Walnut prove Mrs FW Hall and children visit ed her mother at Lodiburg last week There will be an icecream supper at G W Cashmans next Saturday nightMiss Blanche Pavne is I visiting at Lodibnrg and attending the meeting at Walnut Grove Misses Mary and Bette Mercer visited the Misses Miller at Sample Saturday and Sundayand attended the picnic MEET AT FRANKLIN- The Louisville conference of the Methodist Episcopal church South will convene at Franklin Kv on Wednesday September 28 and will remain in session until the following Monday It is expected that notso many important changes will be made by the conference as were last y- earWnted 10000 Barrels distillery apples L D ADDISON Addison Ky 4 A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take Dr Thachcrs Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fiftytwo years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend a preparation fcvliich they know contains the best known remedies for correcting all irreg ularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom lilt has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience BLOOMING GROVE TEx Nov 13 1902 Iwas suffering terribly with indigestion and kidney trouble and sent to my druggist for something to retlne me As he sent me a package of Dr Thaehers Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try It and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist as tins to you- I had been a sufferer from these things an a general rundown condition for ten years and had only received temporary relief from other medicines But alter using not quite two packages of our Liver and Blood Syrup I feel as toutand hearty as I ever did In my life as I am satisfied that I am entirely cured I feet no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is as good as any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose I never had anv remedy give me such quick and permalent relief and I can not put a correct estimate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount or money for It Very yoursJ V v Ifyou nerd a medicine write today for a free sample bottle and Dr Xhacher Jlfitth Hook Olre symptom for adrice Ire tlmnlu ask you to try ft at our er penal We Know what it trill do for tale btu all Druggttt ttco lset S9 cents and 100- TLIACIIEB MEDICISE CO- Chattanooga Tcnn BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES New Theater on She of Old Must Ilallat Louisville Is Opened Ser vant of Judge Cunlrlll Arrested JIullu Outbreak In West VlrlullI Louisville Ky Sopt 12The new Hopkins theater situated on the site of Music hall the scene of the famous Goebel convention opened its doors last night The theater which has the largest seating capacity of any In Louisville was built in strict conformity with the city ordinances regulatin- the construction of theaters A walll of masonry 21 inches thick extending four feet above the roof of the build Ing separates the house proper from the stage which can be instantly cu oft by an asbestos curtain In addi tion to ample fire apparatus there i- an s immense spray over the stage for emergency use There are numerous exits on the th ee floors all operated by on electric button and fire escapes six feet In width extend from theI upper floors entirely to the ground The dynamos which operate the exitilights form a separate plant as the city ordinance requires that theseI lights burn continually The Interior decorations of the house are In white and gold A number of outoftown managers were present at the opening Action on Hunters Case Louisville Ky Sept GThe Republican state central committee met in secret session and declared that theI certificate of nomination issued to DrI W Godfrey Hunter as nominee torjj congress from the Eleventh districtI was not Riven by a quorum of the dlsjj trict committee and that the result of the primary election of Aug 9 has therefore not been determined Reso lotions were unanimously adopted dl recting the 19 county committees to meet at the respective county seats I Sept 15 canvass the returns prepare proper certificates of the votes cast and present these certificates to the district committee which Is directed to meet at Somerset Sept 21 Robbed His Employer Georgetown Ky Sept 12 Robert Shropshire colored employed for tho past 17 years as carriage driver for the family of Judge James E Cantrlll was arrested for theft and when his home was searched the police made atrich haul He had probably been rob bing tho palatial Cantrlll home for many years Among the plunder found by the police was almost every article Imaginable from jewelry to furniture i Traction Road In Trouble Lexington Ky Sept 9Notlce was served on the officials of tho Blue Grass Consolidated Traction company that motion for the appointment of a receiver will be made in court Wed nesday morning Sept 21 George B Davis of Detroit Is president of the company which is incorporated for several million dollars The outstand ing claims amount to only about 50OQO Killed Wife and Self Louisville Ky Sept 8 William E Voni under Indictment for the mur oUSL m roRI14Rears theTha Kind You Have Always BougMj Signature of t 1 t 1 tier or Assistant Commonwealth Attorney James K Shrador shot and killedj his wife Nellie Robinson Neal a then ended his own life The trage dy occurred in a boarding house on West Broadway where Neal and his wife bad been living as Mr and Mrs Johnson of Nashville Tenn Death Due to Accident Columbia Ky Sept GMrs H C Baker wife of Circuit Judge H C Baker of this place died as a result of Injuries received in a runaway accident Mrs Batter received the Injuries which resulted in her death about sown miles from here and was taken to a nearby farmhouse It was believed for a time that she would cover Work of the Mafia rem Huntington W Va Sept 12 Every train pulling Into this city Deepwater contained Italians who rePs fleeing from the railroad cam where a vendetta is in progress Over SO Italians have been injured and many will die An outbreak is expect ed If another attack is made on them by the Mafia band fKentucky Town Gutted Wllllanisburg Ky Sept 9on t Kentucky side of Jelllco over houses were burned including ti town hall and jail The fire started in a saloon and swept everything with in reach The town had no fire com pany There was but little Insuranc Dropped Dead Lebanon Ky Sept 8 f With t prediction that he was about to die still uPevhis lips J D Underwood general manager of the Rogers Wheel con pany drnnped dead Mr Under dwood who was 65 years old was ap parently in good health Result of Murder Trials Mt Sterling Ky Sept 12In the circuit court James Freeman was sentenced to serve two years for the murder of John M Willoughby in tho trial of Dave Johnson for the killing of Joe Wilson the Jury returned a ver diet of acquittal Sent to Pasteur Institute Fairmont W Va Sept 12Phlllls the seren yoar old daughter of Constable John W Walker was taken to the Pasteur Institute at Several days ago she was bitten o the arm by a mad dog To Serve Six Years Williamsburg Ky Sept 12JamY- oung was sentenced to serve s years for killing General Hill at the school election at Whetstone last October They were first cousins SHELL THE JAPANESEI I Russians at Port rlhur Destroy Covered Trenches of Mikados Men JAPANESE OOLONEL IS EXEOOTED 3ta Klnntliig Mlnq Dulny Hospitals 11ouudedJupsg 11silooulChefoo Sept 12 According to the latest news received here from Fort tlArthur the Russians on Sept 4 shelled the Japanese covered trenches in front of Pallchuang and clestroyert them lOne small Russian scouting party succeeded in creeping close to the Japanese intrenchments on Corner mountain but the barking of dogs gave the alarm and prevented farther advance Japanese reserves poured Into the intrenchment and opened fire on the Russians but a shell from a Russian battery landed in the trenches and killed many of the Jap aneso soldiers and the remainder retired This enabled the Russians to occupy the trench until dawn The Port Arthur Novlkrai in are cent issue declares that a Japanese colonel has been executed because he failed to occupy a certain position on Corner mountain within a specified timeIn Its issue of Sept 2 the same pa per says that a Japanese torpedo boat struck a mine 14 miles southeast of the harbor and sank and that on the day after this occurrence the Jap aneso cruiser Itsukushlma also was damaged by a floating mine A Chinese who left Port Arthur the night of Sopt G arrived here and re ports that Japanese troops to the number of 6000 control Louisa bay He says the Japanese are making use of a balloon which ho describes as a clgar shaped affair with a car suspended and says that a fat foreigner wearing a mustache Tuns the bal loon The Japanese Intrenchments line he hills In every direction and reinforcements are constantly arriving from Port Dalny The Japanese hos pitals at Port Dalny are filled with wounded and transports are engaged In removing the wounded to Japan as fast as passible 04 h Toblnsportlet visit her sister Mrs David Hughes after which she will go to the St Louis fair Roy Moorman of St wasthepart ol last week went to Qlendeane Thurs day to spend several days before rev turning to St Louis Dr German the Louisville dentist will be at Dr Lightfoota office for two weeks and all wanting dental dote ofthewhile he Is in tne oily j 1 jS0RE F FEET 1 SOREt IIANDSre i One Nights 0b 1eVith 1 zon10po oa h IefaSoak the feet or hands on retiring t in a strong hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP Dry andSanoint freely with CUTICURA OINTMENT the great Skin Cure and purest of emollientsRR 1 Bandage lightly in old soft cotton n or linen For itching burning t 91 and scaling eczema rashes in flammation and chafing fatred iness roughness cracks andbfissures with brittle shapeless a nails this treatment is simplyJrwonderful frequently eating Inb hCeone n1g i L CUTlCURAn trUb27 Chirterhouie 8q Virli S Rue de IIt Ftlii Uoiton ti137 ColumbuitAre Potter Drug ft Chem Corp Sole rrot d C9aSend for u now to Curl Erer floortxWORLDS FAIR PARTY 11 bJ C Crutcher railroad agent at 1WebsterI last week with a party of fourteen attending the fair Mr Crutchertwill take another party Sept 21 P He will give you lour full days at the fair pay your railroad fare hotel 11 iHisWrite him at Webster Ky for par 4i ticulars Chas Furrow was in Owensbord Monday I 4 II I c- ri iDrJCBUShmb1 m y m DENTIST j 11 i s g mgj i I I J mThe third Monday in every fl M month for four days fa oC- M I II- IMMt Y WILL BEAT t T 4TT Friday and Saturday of same1w1w 1wiiI 1 1 m Iweek IioI W i 9m = 1 rrWiII be prepared to do all W j tJ 1ft I Wfi Wfikinds dentistry of uptodatecl iTIJ W ri J t dEWitlrI FOR SALE j ssll 3 My entire stock of h c goods consisting of a everything that is carried in an uptopdate store T I A good location for a 4 1 firstclass merchant hCall on or address ClEa Morris Bewleyvllle Ky COAJt t