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Ii a fttt 1LJq J l J I r 1 J 7 Ic ii t irIt T fli r 4J 1 WkYtd = r c 1ITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSi 11 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II I VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1904 8 Pages NO 10 1MASS MEETING Of Countys A Sof E Unions and Farmers Generally Called i for Firstof Octobere I it Mattlngly Union No 1 ot the American Society of Equity has call t ftmaS meeting of the A S of E 1di unions and farmers generally i over the county to meet at the court i house at Hardmslmrgon Saturday V October 1 for the purpose of transacting general business of in important nature Thu general business to be 4 passed upon will come up at the hour of the convention which will be 1 oclodk in the afternoon nnd will be of interest to all classes who believe in the controlling of the prices of farm products by the farmers Many topics of interest along these lines will no doubt be discussed Some specific business arranged for the meeting is given in the following paragraph A minimum price will be set on the 1004 crop of tot aoco tor which price allfarmers will be urged to hold and steps will be taken to elect a represen t for thR county to the conven s 41veofLthe tobacco growers of the which will be held at Lynch burg VaV in October nnder the auspices of the American Society of Equity and this representative will be instructed to vote in the national- convention for the price set by the county convention On December thy national officers and directors of i the A So of E will be elected for the ensuing year There are seven direc tors and the farmers of this county 4teagxioas that one of them shall be akentnckian For this reason the lo aliuniorls of the county will get to gather and decide on the best man in the State for the poajtion and will put him in nomination The convention fat Hardtasburg next mooith will be the drat mass meeting ever held of the A B of E anions of vthe county Every union is urgently ireqnestad to send a large delegation to the codnty convention and farmers wiio are not members of the A a of Uarainvited to attend as the meeting is expected to have very beneficial results j Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years of i Suffering a 11 had been troubled with lame back for fifteen years and found a complete recovery in the use of Cham berlains Pain Balm says John U Wisher Gillam Ind This liniment Is also without an equal for sprains and bruises It la for sage by ShortI JSs HaynesLEWIS DAY AT FAIR Irvington Ky Sapt 20Spe- clalThe Rev J T Lewis and sister Mrs Kate Lewis Bennett leave today for St Louis to attend the igrand reunion of the Loyal Lewis t histort1 ihe name of JLewis The Worlds Fair ttodesurnlte ept 23 as Lewis Day pn of the eminent public 4 fitin WrffMeriwether Lewis the first w+ df Missouri The executive KJbmmittee has secured thenames and addressee of nearly ten thousand Lew JiS0sand twenty five thousand dol hara has been expended to make this Lewis Day the greatest family re union that has ever taken place and I every person oy the name of Lewis i should feel pride in the name which R was described by Washington as an K s ncient and honorable family of Lewis BUSINESS NOTICE I have gone odt of business and am compelled to settle up Yny ac ounts as I don as possible All persons owing me are requested to call and see me and come prepared to pay r Tv W Anderson I B wleyville Ky- FARMER BANKRUPT Robert B Stewart of Webster Biecljenridge county tiled a petition- n bankruptcy federal court yester Say He is a farmer and his liabili I ties amount tcont 3500 and his assets to 1000 Ho claims exemp tions Saturdays Owensboro Messenger DUNLAP TO SPEAK W G Dnnlap will speak at Hardins t burg October 4 at Hawesville October S and at Hartford October C In Interest of the Republican party oJL mreoaa iA w tl ailiaKW You Haw Always Bontfl Fe r W LOCAL BRANCH t Of Y M C A May be Orga nizedCommittee At Work The Church News At a meeting at the Baptist church Sunday evening conducted by representatives of the State Executive Committee of tne Young Mona Christ ian Association a committee com posed of Meters C W Hainmun 0 W Moorman Jr nnd W B Oelze was appointed to organize a local Association The committee is now at worn It will first solicit subscriptions from the business men of the city to further the movement and will then arouse the interest of the young men Several months ago sixtyeight young men of the city expressed their desire to organize a local Y M U A association by signing papers to that effect With snfiTient cooperation on the prt of the men of the city and the Slate organizers it is very probable that the association will be organized The meeting at the Baptist church was a union service and was conduct ed by Messrs B W Godfrey W O Paige and R E Woods of Louisville who delivered interesting addresses on the purposes and work ot the Young Men Christian Association Besides these speakers Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenville Rev D F ahacklett of ilroveland and Rev- S 0 Christian pastor of the church occupied chairs in the pulpit Sunday afternoon Mh Godfrey lec tured to men only at the M E phurch South Mr Paige conducting the service He delivered an ex cellent address on Enlistment drawing a fine picture of the two great leaders of men God and the Devil and pleading with his hearers to live up on the side ot the one who leads all that is good to enlist on the side where he will have the best ot comrades 11 pyefereuce to the leader of all that is evil in the world Rev Kerr of Hodgeuville prea ch ed at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and Rev Christian at the Baptist churcn At the Methodist church Mr Paige made a talk as Rev King hat gone to the conference at Vranklm JPather Edwin Drury of Knotts vllle began a series ot lectures on religions topics at the Catholic church Sunday morning to continue nntUnext Sunday night He delivers daily lectures at 0 oclock in the mornngat 2 in tne afternoon and 7 irMhe evening tne first two being in the form of instructive sermons What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do snow that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular hying means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly re adjust this Its gentle yetthorou h OnlyI 25c at Short Us Haynes Drug Store BRUTALLY ASSAULTED- A y oung wan named Huffhines of Breckenndge county was brutally assaulted with a club by a negro at the 1 C depot Thursday nignt of the Fair week He was struck across the forehead and face and knonKed senselees The assailant escaped Dr OConnor dressed the wounls of the injured man and pronounced them of an ugly natureElizabethtown News CONVENTION CALL convention of the local unions of I the American Sqciety of Eq ulty in Hancock county will be held at the cqurthonse in Hawesville on October 1 for the purpose of Retting the per cent of the 1004 crop of tobacco in the county All local unions in Hancock and adjoining counties are invited to send delegates to the convention and all farmers and friends of farmers are requested to atten- dMGEHEEPUSEY Announcements have been received here of the approaching marriage of Miss Maydee Pusey to Mr William Warren McGehee of Brandenburg The ceremony I will be performed on September 28 at 4 oclock in the after noon at the home of the brines moth er Mrs DO Pusey at Brandenburg OLD FASHIONED DANCE Irvington KytSept 20Spec- ial An old fashioned dance will be given here in Atkinsons hall on Friday evening Bept80 Music will be furnished by the Uannelton string land Everyone cordially Invited z NEWS BUDGET Jesse Stith Shot in LegCan nerys OutputOther News of City and Vicinity I At Tobinsport hid Sunday Fran Miller shot Jesse Stith in the leg be low the knee with a iiobert rifle The ball went through the flesh and pene trated the bone to a depth of two and a half inches causing an ugly wound DrF M Smith of this city and Dr White of Tobinsport extracted the bnilStith and Miller live at the home of Webb Taylor of whom the former was a soninlaw They wore testing their markmanship by shooting at n target when the accident occurred BIG OUTPUT- Up until last Saturday 150000 cans of tomatoes nnd 24000 cans of peaches had been packed by the local brancn cannery of the J T Polk company of Greenwood Ind About 145 bar rels of tomato pulp which is refined and mace into catsup have bee n made The cannery ran full hours and full force all last week and it is expected that the run this week will be as large qwing to the great quanti ties of tomatoes which are being delivered at the cannery OFF TO GRETNA GREEN Gnstou Nicholson and Miss Clara M Dowell of near Hardinsburg went to Cannelton Monday night to- get married They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Hiram Driskell of near Hardinsburg TO LEARN TRADE Allan Pierce who has had a nosi tion with the Monon railroad in Louisville for several months return ed home Saturday Yesterday he n tered the L H R St L shops to learn the machinists trade DATE CHANGED- The date of the Sundayschool con vention to be held at the Christian church at Mattingly has been chang ed from September 25 to October 2 DEATH COMES To J A Coomes a Prominentt FarmerDunlap to Speak Other Hardinsburg News Hardinsbnrg Ky Sept 20Sp- evialJ A Cooines a prosperous young farmer residing about l ur miles south of this place died last Saturday after nn illness of about ten days The funeral services were held Sunday at St Romanias cnuroh where he held hm membership The Rev Father Wm L Babe condaete- the funeral services He leaves many relatives and friends to mourn his untimely loss He was about forty years of age and unmarried Hon Wood G Dunlnp of Lexing ton will1 address the voters in the interest of Hoosevelt and Fairbanks nt theconrthouse on Tuesday Octo ber 4 at 1 oclock p m Mr Dnnlap is a good speaker and a good crowd should hear his address Several young men of the town have organized a band The conseque nces to sensitive ears may rather be imagined than described MJ Thomas is the instructor He hopes to hear a first class band in six months Jno P Haswell Jr has been appointed a delegate from the Fourth congressional district to the meeting of the National Republican League wnich convenes at Indianapolis Ind Oct Ii and 0 Mr and Mrs Charles Scott and Miss Beulah Hook left Tuesday for Gull Port Miss where they will make their future home DR M DINKELSPEEL Tlfe optician of Owensboro will bent my place of business Friday and Saturday Sept 23 and 24 If you need glasses it will pay you to consult him Work guaranteed and prices reasonable Those who can not callI can leave word and I will have the doctor call and see themA R Fisher I Worlds Fair andr Return 18a50- J C CRUTCHER- R ReAgent at Webster will pay your railroad fare hotel bills gate fees in fair ground and give you four full days at the fair for 150 His next party will leave Tuesday Sept 27 If you are going write him His hotel is The Christian Endeavor t II t ROYAL Baking Powder Makes Clee r Bread IooWith Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful foodYFull instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cookbook for making all kinds of bread biscuits andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL CAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK FIRE ON TRUCE FLAGS Soldiers of Both Armies at Port Arthur Absolutely Merciless CIVILIANS ARE URGED TO LEAVE Massacre Feared in Event of Japanese Success Six Hundred of the Mikados Men Slaugh a tered by their Comrades Chefoo Sept 19 According to Lieutenant Prince Radzlvil of the Rus sian army who reached here from Port Arthur bearing dispatches from Lieutenant General Stoessel the com mandorInchlef of the forces of the Russian stronghold to General Kuro patkln th temper of the belligerents at Port Arthur has reached an abso lutely merciless stage Prince Hadzlvll served with the British In the Boer war and he says that until he became aware of the state of affairs at Port Arthur he had no idea that war could be so horrible- It was set forth in these dispatches some weeks ago that serious suspi dons were entertained by both bel ligerents that the other was misusing the Red Cross flag Th suspicions have been Increased by the commis sion of various acts by the soldiers of both armies until now even flags of truce or surrender are not respected by either side Prince Radzlvil declares that the men of both armies are absolutely venomous in their antagonism Lieu tenant General Stoessol has his garrison saying that aldressedII mood of the Japanese indicates 1ly the necessity of resisting them to the last drop of Russian blood because if the Japanese soldiers entered the fortress it undoubtedly would be impossible for their officers to control them and prevent a massacre For this reason Lieutenant General Stoes sel is matting no objection to civilians leaving Port Arthur When the 300 women who are In Port Arthur en gaged in hospital work were advised to leave they replied that they would rather face the possibility of massacre than desert their posts In consequence of tho factthat flags of truce are ignored numbers of JaI anese dead who have been lying on the slopes of the hills of the northeast defenses for weeks past aro still un buried and the stench in Port Arthur from decomposing bodies when the wind Is in the right direction is al most unendurable The Russian sol diers who are in some cases posted only 50 paces from heaps of decaylrife dead have constantly to wear over their noses handkerchiefs soaked in camphor as otherwise they would be unable to remain at their posts TWO COUPLES MARRY Webster Ky Sept 20tSpecfal Ed Gaddie and Miss Mvrtle Tomer and Willie Hatfield and Miss Emma Tomer two popular young couples went to Irvingtop last Wednesday and were quietly married Rev W A Hyne3 officiating I e e 0 In the course or the assaults wmcn took place in the last four days of August two companies of Japanese soldiers according to Prince Radzlvil found themselves at the mercy of the Russians and hoisted a white flag To this however the Russians paid no attention and continued to volley rapidly Into the helpless ranks of the enemy In the meantime Japanese troops in the rear of the companies that had raised the white flag saw what their comrades had done and expressed their disapproval of the surrender by firing Into their rear As a result of this fire from friend and foe GOO men were annihilated The dead fell among the decomposing bodies of previous assaults For days afterward the wounded men In this area raised fluttering handkerchiefs in their hands In pleas for help but tho t Russians were afraid to venture to give succor outII Slip of the Pen St Petersburg Sept 1C able amusement has been caused by I a slip of Czar Nicholas pen in accepting tho offers of several companies of Siberian militia for service at theII front The petition road Wo humbly lay at your majestys feet our sire to bo permitted to fight and for tho fatherland The czar In dejj 1 cepting wrote on the margin of r petition In his own hand I thank you sincerely and hope that your wish es may be fully realized Russian Losses at Llao Yang Paris Sept 17 Exact figures of the Russian losses in killed wounded and missing In the operations before Liao Yang from Aug 13 to Aug 25 havo been received by tho general staff according to the Journals St i Ji Petersburg correspondent These amount to two generals 25C officers and 21800 soldiers In addition 133 guns were lost The material losses include fortlflcatlonis costing 30 000000 Submarines For Japanil I Boston Sept 14 It is reported that the Japanese government Isimwf ing rushed to completion at the Ford River iron works QuincyWassVa i fleet of five submarine totpAddboatst Tho boats are Identical in design1 arid each 1j mtI- t cost J175000 111 alit 11 I I f I TO FAIR JN LAUNCH t Tn c j Mr and Mr i iHinton lra Nannie I B Phillips Mrs Sum Duvalb Land Shelby Burner of Mndisoji indJ I were iii tlie tfity Saturday nlghtjfcn af route to the St LhnisfairTheyi weremaking ilthe trip Jin n U1dj1 Btppppdi erev tiphUe leayiigj their ViIJi 9IlJJaD pgliJlfJll n II I n The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 211 1001 A Scientific I ExperimentBy Copyright 1001 by Hubert C V Moyern VAN STYLEUT beard hor foot on the stairs MrsI must keep it up she said It Is a duty I owo her I went to school with her mother JLhnt tiny she was specially bard with tho young litdy who for nearly thre Months now hurl boon coining an hour tiih afternoon to write little notes and east up troublesome accounts mi olllce wltkhshe also undertook for several1 tif Mrs Van Stylerts most Intimnto- Ivicllils It MS on that same day that Mrs Viiti siylert noticing the neatness of tlu girls prim collar and cuffs accused Lor of being cut out for an old maid The setrotary smiled as cheerfully ad liiittina the Impruliinont Also that nltiMnoon Tom Ilarroway stopped for 5 oclock tea as had boon tho on ge muny days of late As he sipped tho tap that cheers but not inebriates his Lnstess pxpnudod upon the charms of IharlcUe Temploton- Uarroway put his cup down laugh 11 slyI You know enthusiasm has gone out he Bttld AlongI with n good ninny other honest things she grumbled glrllshnoss and nil that sort of thing Everybody Is too sophisticated nowndnys protU ness Is swamped by so called artistic Ideas and so on Look at this room Everything Is pink that can bo made pink mid furbelowed anti llouncy not n bit artistic The low tones In th furnishings of some of my friends give ruo the blues for a week after I have tneountored then I like brightness I never will believe in hiding light un der a bushel of dingy rugs and draIn perks which began their wretched oriental huts half dwellings and half camel stables Yes he laughed I have n rug that was n prayer carpet covered all over with Syrian remarks In worsted that I am positive are wriggling expostula tions agalnat the dull reds and blues It Is delicious And look how young woman dross she went on ignoring him That Is young women with Ideas For in stance Miss Sefton Pardon the personality Amy hut you are such nn oxamplu You come hero day after day looking like u masculine nun in your severe tailor made black frock I like ilulllnoss in the street in dny tlmo HS well us under the awful elec tries of ballrooms At night Electric light No complexion will stand It t and yet girls today brave it as though they Intend some tlmo to become un christian martyrs The ormolu clock on the lace draped mantelpiece struck 5 Tie secretary closed her dusk Theros another thing Mrs Van Stylort continued You engage a per son for an hours work On the strokei of that hour the person vanishes no Interest In the work no appreciative i gratitude The secretarys face flushed Good evening she said movin toward the door- Tomorrow afternoon her employer said crisply at 4 sharp Tho girl left the room Dont you think Ilarroway re marked you are a trllle ah severo with tho lady Mrs Van S F I nm sick of the status of employed people retorted Mrs Van Stylert Everything nowadays is respect for labor node for those who employ It No Miss Sefton Is alone In tho world Sho has imbibed too ninny lofty no tions I am treating her ns my mother might have treated ft secretary if secretaries had been n part of my mother s miseries lIe shrugged hit shoulders MI know she said you do not ad mire her Hither say he Interposed I have scarcely noticed her till the last month or so When my severity as you call It attracted your attention to hor sho responded And she admitted only yesterday that she had riot noticed you either Ho gave tier a quick look Oh yes she pursued I have told her that It has been a year since you loft college and that now you are a I full fledged Idle man of fashion She curled her lip they used to curl their lips in the stories I read when I was young and said the world Is no place for idlers that a turn should do his host to achieve a position not already IHtnbllehiHl for him by his father Still 1 like her I went to school with her mother and I feel n sort of responsibility for her That Is why I am tying to make her realize lice true posi tlon She cant afford to give me up I have had her employed by my friends nnd could easily take that employment from her She was quite helpless when herFcome a secretary Hand me that tan please this heat Is unbearable though tileroom was certainly not warm She continued to fan herself after Unrroway hud betaken 1 himself to other scenes No wonder I am hot she told herself I am an advanced woman too though I never discovered that till recently However I Intend to Investigate the tendencies of today iii find out ir young mun uua young women are the sumo as they Used to be in spite of all their superiority to the little things of life But how vul gar scientific experiments make you feel AH the same Tom Harroway rather was one of my earliest bonus and I went to school with Amy Sef tons mother Next day when the secretary came Mrs Van Stylert was more dlfllcult to please than ever Pardon me Amy she said at one moment when shQ had severely condemned the present mode of culls raphy which as she Insisted was too bold and energetic for any lady to employ It Is all Tom Ilarrownys fault Chailotte Templcton Is the most beau tiful girl in town and no end of u catch and yet he Is letting Count Do stnlng have tho Innings 1 am doing what I can though I am interested in Tom he Is my heir his father was whatea match It will bo Charlotte Temple ton has a million in hor own right and Toni will not have more than two thousand n year till I die The secretary arranged her papers Horo are three Invitations to dinners She said Accept them all gloomily replied her employer I might as well kill myself that way as any other Tho secretary accepted for Mrs Van Stylert the three ellorts toward self Immolation Here thou she said Is a letter front the Society For Assisting Indi gent Widows and Singlo Women Not a dollar responded Mrs Van Stylert I will assist no indigentl sin gnu woman And 1 am a widow my self Just thou Ilnrrowny came In Wont you spare me a cup of tea he asked By the way said Mrs Van Stylert Isnt this the day of the Tumplctou reception 1 dont go to afternoon re ceptions They are so unearthly But you do After my ten he replied I dont begrudge you the tea re thinkeyou would want to be with Charlotte as much as possible now that the count Is so terribly In evidence lIe caressed the flower in his button holeCharlotte and I understand each other he informed her Whereupon she managed to overturn a teacup Thou I am to congratulate you she cried No no ho hastened to say I meant nothing like that Uln my young days she said when a young man confessed that there was an understanding between him suit n young lady the inference was that there was something between them So there Is he rejoined We are good friends comrades chums Impossible and she shook he head No chumming among young people of opposite sexes As for you you dont know what you are missing Charlotte Is just the wife for you and Really Amy you are In a great hurry It is ten minutes of v The secretary lead risen- I will mike up the ten minutes to morrow the yqung lady said a1 left the room- Ilarroway looked after her No wonder you are critical said Mrs Van Stylert She dresses so stlllly And she went away because she thought she had no right to bear our private talk It seems to me be returned ob livious to the latter part of her words that her coutuuie Is very well chosen shegi hash She looks like her mother was this reply I went to school with her mother There stow rut to the Tern pletons and Charlotte Thus dismissed Ilarroway left thei house Outside he saw the secretary going down die street Now time secretary was annoyed Mrs Van Stylerts manner was becom lug atrocious Before these last two weeks the lady had beet kind an- friendly d l Put for Mrs Van Stylerfa kindness and friendly interest she would not have got along so well But all that was changed now And1 what had she done to merit the slights to which she had recently been sub jected True Tom Ilarroway had been ire quently at the house of lute developing a craving for afternoon tea that verged closely on dissipation and all tho time he was there his hostess was full of encomiums for Charlotte Tcmpleton and as full of miserable fault finding for the girl who acted In the capacity of secretary Ilarroway saw her going along In front of him Lie made up his mind that he must join her She may have seen him but she suddenly shot round a corner and whet iie reached the cor tier sho had disappeared from view How unkind women can bo to wo men he mused Mrs Van Is letting herself out Maybe though she has been nil along like this In private and now I go there so frequently she is getting not to mind me And I am to blame And he went on to the Tcmpleton reception In her rosy room Mrs Van Stylert felt more comfortable than had been the case for days After all she said vaguely scientific experiments are wonderful things She rested her chin on her hands and looked into the flare of tho grate with a reminiscent expression In her eyes The secretary made up the ten minutes the following day and although Mr Uarroway did not put in an appearance Mrs Van Stylert was quite difficult said that the plain manner In which the secretary wore her hair was disgraceful and felt that she could tell her so because she had gone to school with her mother quite agreed with her secretary who she insisted had Co i 3J so expressed nerseir that Tom Harro way was no use In the world and that if ho had n grain of tnonllncss In his composition he would attempt n bust ness career Slip said she felt she could AO criticise the young man In his absence because his father bad been one of her earliest beaus A few days later and when this sort of medicine had been given in heroic doses Harroway carte for his cup of tea Ho was very cheerful Mrs Van Stylert was puzzled but wisely waited for him to explain himself Well ho said at length I have two confessions to maKe One of them Is that I am going Into business John Temploton will have mo for a partner You know we were graduated togeth er and have always been pals The other confession is that his sister Char lotte and I Oh fairly shrieked Mrs Van Sty lert so It Is arranged at lust It took a long time I must say And now you must tell me all the particulars Miss UurrovMv saw her aolng along in front of rains Softon if you dont mind we will do for our notos till tomorrow I shall not need you today Tho girl jumped up Stop Mrs Van Stylert called after her Why ndt conic this evening I shall not go out till 10 Come at 0 But demurred the secretary I fool At 0 oclock loudly repeated her employer We can then finish todays pleaserThe secretary took herself away trembling in every limb She hind no intention of going at 0 oclock III the evening to do the work which she had contracted to perform from 4 to 5 III the afternoon And to be spoken to like tliitf before Tom Ilarroway As for Iarroway he was furious Stylertdyou e needlessly ated a lady and went hastily from the house If he expected to see the secretary outside he was doomed to disappoint anent for when he reached the street she was nowhere in sight Mrs Van Stylert hind her maid fetch her a cup of strong beef tea she felt so used up Amy thinks I want him to marry Charlotte And she said hereafter I shall sympathize with every scion tide experiment I hear of And human gntnrc is the same as it ever was Hold though What shall I do when May comes tomorrow for of course she will not come this evening I sup pose I must chance it I am growing reckless And Charlotte mOuns to marry the cot nt Didnt her mother hint as much last night As for the secretary she hind some thing to thlnkabout And In the warp and weft of her thought was n thread of satisfaction that a young mann hail seen the fplly of being an idler and was about to become a useful member of society It is always a satisfaction to know that our theories receive sup port And apropos of that young man what sort of spirit did he think she possessed when she would put up with such treatment as he hind witnessed Mrs Van Stylert mulct upon her And suppose he was flirting with Miss Temploton She tossed her head She had promised the lady with whom she boarded to go to the opera tint night the lady having had two tickets presented to her by a friend who was hastily called from the city and could not use them Tire thought of Harroways possible flirtation with Miss Tcmpleton made her feel that she should like to look her best that evening Her hair was her first care and she arranged Iit so ns to set off Its abundance and color As though it would be to good taste to wear it this way when l nm attend- Ing to business she said loftily Next she donned a white gown full of fleeciness and rippling with ribbons She looked In the glass and was not dissatisfied with the reflection It was then 8 oclock and she sat down and waited for the lady who was to escort her to the opera In stead the lady had to go and tumble down the back stairs and received such contusions and abrasions as made it impossible for her to stir from the house that night Of course the secre tary could not go alone so she started to take off her finery All at once the enormity of Mrs Van Stylerts treat ment of her struck her more cruelly than ever Should she keep on accept ing that ladys favors Not If I had a dozen mothers she said and she had beep to school with ftvcry one of them i Site would inform Mrs Van StYlert tomorrow that she must decline to net as her secretary any longer Tomorrow It was not yet 0 oclock Mrs Van Stylort had commanded her to come to her at 0 Why not rjo to night and tell her not to expect hrnext day and Just as she was let that arrogant schoolmate of her mother see her possibilities as a well dressed woman It was oil very foolish very gIrlish but she did not care to be considj red a dowdy any more than she would accept gratuitous contumely A maidservant wits coerced and coy ered with a long cloak the secretary Vent forth on an errand prompted by righteous indignation At about tho same time Mrs Van Stylert was Issuing from her maids ministrations also in opera array She seldom courted music until late in the evening when as sho said she reached Wagners agony and soon hail It over She looked up as her secretary entered the rosy room whose shaded candles cast a most becoming light Perhaps she had cover been so scared In all her life before She had not expected Amy timid the brilliancy of tho girls eyes and the bloom on her face told her that a battle was Imminent Time secretary cased the clasp of her cloak there was n pulse in her throat that hurt her For when sho stood in the presence of her mothers old friend who hud been of such signal service to her and noted that Mrs Van Stylerts face now showed kindness and even admiration her courage spotted to ebb from her Mrs Van Stylert was the first to speakI so sorry Amy child she said to bring you out at night I wasnt In earnest Not in earnest At that the secre tarys courage flowed back again Was she tp be made sport of all around I canter she said to tell you to look out for another secretary I am no longer In your employ Mrs Yuri Stylert regarded her In silence knowing not what to say ad miring the girls well arranged hair her face that was beautiful In its ex citement but more than all her spirit and vigor Now Ilnrrowny hind felt uncomfortable all the early part of the evening By the time he had dined at the club he was quite of opinion that he should visit at Mrs Van Styicrts no more He refused to be a further witness of the humiliation of a poor girl at the hands of the lady who presumed on the fact of his being her heir and so matting marriage arrangements for him Confound the money First be must set Mrs Van right with regard to Charlotte Templcton She hind cut him off when he had begun to tell her about Charlottes engagement to the count taking It for grunted that he himself was the happy moan A women like that must not remain un corrected In such a mistake And if the secretary thought he was flirting Ho wiped time perspiration from his brow But why shouldnt he go to Mrs Vans this evening not waiting till to morrow afternoon By tomorrow some one or other might be already told of his presumed engagement to Charlotte Tcmpleton It Irritated him mightily to think of such a report be lug attributed to him even though tho mistake might be corrected later on lIe went On the threshold of tho pink room he paused Inside the two women confronted each other Another thing the secretary was saying You tell me that you have informed Mr Ilnrrowny that I despise him for laving no desire to make his wry in the world I never said so I told you that every man in my opin- Ion should uo his best to carve out a niche for himself In the world Just then the speaker saw Tom liar roway Her hand that had clutched the cloak lit her throbbing throat faltered and the long loose garment slid down to the floor and she stood revealed Inn fleecy white gown a fair vision of girlish charm Ilarroway took n step toward her she looked so sweet and lovable I should like he said tothat 1s I wish to correct something Nonsense interrupted Mrs Van Stylort in a loud voice and refusing to let the girl use her as a shield I know you are not engaged to Charlotte Tcmpleton While you may not know It I nm n bit of a scientist which accounts for my recent behavior toward you mid Amy Ah I must see my maid She fairly tottered from the room closing the door after her noting us she went away that the secretary let Ilarroway take her humid tho young woman mid the young noun looking preposterously happy if somewhat consciousIn sleeping room she sank on tho side of the bed us her maid run to her Beef tea she managed to say I experimented scientifically to see if they couldnt be made to fall In love with each other and something about going to school with somebodys moth er and having somebody elses father for one of her earliest beaus At that time in the rose colored room Ilarroway talked with the secretary I came tonight to have it out with her he said Oh did you she cried blithely I was waiting to see when you should do so I should never have done it myself if I waited till doomsday after After you thought I was flirting with Charlotte Templeton he asked admiringly She shrugged her shoulders So much of the Jest Is gone sIlo said Mrs Van has been playing with us all the time the mean old dear Just then the mean old dear rushed into the room Slip had found it im possible to keep away Oh she said Amy Tomnll this 1t rJ has been n scientific experiment 1 designed to bring you two together And you succeeded responded Hnrroway taking Amy by the hand for wo have been married over a monthI v ARREST ITS50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader of this paper who is ssuffering with any kind of skin disease- or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Itb Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fever Sores or any other Gerai disease or sores of any name or nature JsO reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Ecziue will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Ecziue was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 31 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co PROGRAM Tbju following is the program for a Sundayschool convention to be held at Rosetta on Saturday September 24 1000 Devotional exercises ReV W A Hynes Welcome address Hiram Carrolton Respuuxe C C Smith 1080 Some Reasons Why the Hnn- dayschool is a Power for Good- S C Dowell 10 45 My Duty to the Sunday school ag a PnphlP R Clay comb 1100 Christ and theCuildren Rev F ft Roberts 1130 Teachers and Teaching W H Cain Jr DiscussionAppointment of Committees 1200 Noon 115 Devotional Exercises iBO Is It Ever Nedessary To Go Into Winter QuartersT J Jolly Discussion 15U Importance of Maintaining Order and Teaching Reverence Rev JT Lewis Song 015 Qualifications of Sundayschool Teacners Airs HenryHead 280 Sundayschopl WeekJ B Herndon =250 Short Talks by Superintendents As To the Work of their Schools 8lO Report of Committees Song and Benediction T B Henderson 1res Nan E Lyddan Secy 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 tnm Overcomes and Counteracts the Effects of the summers Heat Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels and costs 25 cents at Druggists FOOTECONOVER- Miss Grace Foote a niece of Mrs V G BabbJge of this city and a social favorite here was married lust Wednesday morning at 780 oclock at her parents home in Owensboro to Mr Harry EConover of Cincinnati throughItrain en route to the East Tney will reside in Cincinnati where Mr Jonovtr is in business dA mothers love starts a man or woman on the right path The right remedy at the right time fits a mother for the ordeal Motherhood is often looked forward to with feelings of great dread by most wom en At such a time when she is nervous dyspeptic irritable and in need of a uterine tonicsomething which will calm the nerv ous system through the special organs and astrength builder she will find Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription just what is needed Here is a medicine that has stood the test of a third of a century with approval in that time it has sold more largely than any other remedy put up speciallY for womans weaknesses It is guaranteed by the pro prietors not to contain a particle of alcohol which could only do harm to a sensitive systemThe AssoclatlonPierccs Favorite Prescription offer a 500 reward for women who cannot be cured of Leucorrhca Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb Alt they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Dr Purees Pleasant Pellets cure con stipatio biliousness and headache S4- I s 4fi7t I Coal Price- sRedhuced m jj 100 bu 950 25 bu 250 r 8 20 bu 200 p8 9 bu 100 m W We handle the Auburn Ask H Coa which is the best coal eVer f put on our market Our coal is r V loaded by hand and we guarantee ilij it tobe clear of slack or Bulphurt ft Will fill coal houses on ruonttly payments q If Gregory Co J r r3E r3rt3tr I JOHN S CULLEY 1t- y BRICK CONTRACTOR fl i 4- X Louisville Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop j LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH i SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLES J LATHS j LIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oeltes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Deata Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guarantied H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- I1ARDlNS8URO KY Will practice his profession In all of th Courts of JireckonrldRo and adjoining cpun ties Special attention given to collectlc wad cases and criminal practice License practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank of llardlnsburg J Sour StomachNo appetite low of strength neryti ness headache constipation bad Mea catarrl1thecures Indigestion This new discovery rep tents the natural Juices of digestion as th exist in a healthy stomach combined w the greatest known tonne and reconstruc properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does i butfamoustroubya strengthening the mucous membranes II nl the stomach j I sayItnfor1 Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottle only holdlnI2Utlmutlatlie fPrepared by E O DWITT Opt OHIOAJ Sold by all Druggists i Educate FOR A- Situation tIIIII r t BNkKeipfBltoslM PHONOGRAPHY TypeWrttliii Teletraiilr Addrtu WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of hli famous end retponilbla COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSIT Awarded Hcdnl at World Exposition fashionCoat WritingandTelegraphySpecrosltiesarirThe awarded Rradnatw Literary Uoume free It deolred I mention Enter now OSaduateueceeful In ordrf ta hartJIlur Irttert reach ui adrfrmonlji WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky STRAIGHT FRONT IS i RUINOUS TO BEAUTY Paris Sent l4llr Degrave t French specialist has made a fleolara tion which has caused considerable commotion among tne fair sex in thi gay capital He says that the fashionabl straight front corset is ruinous ti beauty because it if unhealthy and women wearing this style of stays sooner or later Ml victims to dyspep sia sleeplessness anaemia and other troubles ana nobody sulfuring from these ills can long keep a pretty face As for cosmetics Dr Degrave think that it IB as absurd for a woman ti i paint her face as It would be for t florist to bedaub his blneeoma ai the result is or would be identical ieeither casetne freshness oft bloom soon fades under the coat artificial pigment r Urt3 A y rr H J II f 47 T 4J The Breckenrldge NeWf+ WEDNESDAY September 21 Ftt 190It ftr rA NICKEL FOR TILE LORD r Published by request 111 1 o S Yesterday before a rose on the la pel of hiscoat11sand when the plate was passed he gave n nicKel to the Lord Eta had several hills In his pock et andsundry change perhaps a dollars worth but he hunted about and finding this ooor little nickel he laid it on the plate tQ aidi tne Church mtlltqnt in its 4 fight against the world the eshaildtbe devil His silk hat was beneath the seat bind his gloves and cane were beside It Hjtfd the niokel was von the plate a fiiOle nickel On Saturday afternoon he had had a gin rlckey at the Queens and bin friend had had a fancy drink while the cash register stamped thirtyfive septa on the slip the boy presented him Peeling off a bill he handed it to the lad and gave him a nickel tip when he brought back the change- A nickel for the Lord and a nickel for the waiter And the man had his shoes polished on Saturday afternoon and handed outa dime without a murmur He hada shave and paid fifteen dents with equal alacrity Hetooka box of candies home to his wife and paid forty cents for them and the box was tied with a dainty bit of ribbon Yes and he also gave a nicttel to the Lord I WhQ is this LordT Who 111 heT Why tne man worsh ips nim as Creator of the universe the One who put the stars in order and by whose immutable decree the heavens stand Yes he does and he dropped a nicKel in to support the Church militant I And what is the Church militant The Church militant is the Church which represents upon earth the Church triumphant of the great Hod the man gave the nickel to I And the man knew that he was but an atom in space and he knew that the Almighty was without limitations and knowing this he put his hand in bin poet and picked out a nickel and gave it to the Lord I And the Lord being gracious and sloW to anger and knowing our frame did not slav the man for the meaness of his offering but gives him this day his dully bread But the nickel was ashamed if the bum wasnt The nickel hid beneath a qnarter which was given by a poor r woman who washes for a living Toronto Star 4- OA BX OHI A Bern You Haw lMtt out ofthoa J GOOD LUCK TO YOU Wilkesbarro Penn Sept 15 Good luck to you from Theodore Roosevelt is the autograph of the chief executive on a photograph which the proud father of twentyfive children received today He is S P Smartwood a railroader of Mountain Top near here A few days ago having read some of the racesuicide utterances he sent to President Roosevelt a Pat of his children and their birthdays I am the father of twentvfive Vhililien and I have eleven grand children he wrote If Providence permits my sons and myself will all cast our votes for Roosevelt and Fair banks Nov 8 There are five sons ablfl to vote Smartwood was mar tied in 1871 when he was 18 and his wife 14 Until the las seven years they have haa a baby almost every year There were two sets of twins in the twentyfive children The Stomach Is the Man A weaK stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Heatlh and strength cannot be restqred to any sick mon or weak woman with out first restoring heatlh and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glanda and membranes of the Indigestiondyspepsla Sold by All Druggists MR CERF IN THE CITY H 0 Cerf of Louisville was in the city Wednesday and Thursday on a visit to old friends He was man ager for the Fair the mercantile firm wnlch wai in business here several years ago and ot watch A J Katz of Louisville was the proprietor In February 1903 Mr Cerf returned to Louisville He is now bookkeeper for Lorsch S Levy the Fourth street dealers in ladies ready made cloth ing Mr Cerf made the trip down on the Morning Star last Wednesday morning as the guest of Capt Ryan returning on the boat Thursday It was his first visit back to Cloverport since ho severed his connection with the Fair 9 When troubled with constipation try Ghamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets Thev are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect For sale by Short cC Haynes TWO LAND DEALS Messrs George Carry and Samuel J Baker of the Patesville section were in town on Tuesday at which time a lana deal was consummated between them Mr Curry sold to the Baker ooys CharlesJohn Marvin anti Tnrvin his farm of 02J acres for 1500 The same day he bought from D G Hat field a farm Of lOa acres for 1500 The Baker brothers are sons of Mr S J BakerHancock Clarion of I For the nearest correct estimate or guess f 1000000 For the second nearest correct estimate or guess For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For the fltthaearcst correct estlmatoor guess 20000 For tho ntu nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 r For tlii6 next nearest correct estimates or guesses I JfcOeoch 50000 r i JjUrtlio sn next nearest correct estimates or guesses fr KS each 60000 g For tho 42 next nearest correct estimates or guesses each 63000 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 110 each 100000 For tho314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses E5each t 157000 492 prizes amounting to f2l00000 Ttfald In forming yonr estimates wo furnish the following figures k I 1868 was5 m6S6Incrense ttJ223 per cent Ib72 wns64661M Increase of JZW per cent 1876 of 3010 per cent 1880 of 941 percent 1884 wasF 100UDSS1ncrcase of 907 per cent 1888 was 113bO860 Increase of 1330 per cent 4 1892 was Ilncrease of 5B6 per cent 1806 wns133 re1ncreaso of 1545 per cent 1900 wast 139596531ncrease of 26 per cent 1904 WhAt will It be Figure It out or guess at It and send In your subscription 1 It may mean a fortune to you BO careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage of the x PRIZES CG READ DEAD Married Miss Blanche Beard Of Ilardinsburff and WasWell Known In County Charles Gana way Read who mar ried Miss Blanche Beard daughter of Mr and Mrs Green B Beard of Har dinsbnrg and who is well Known in Breckenndge county died last Thursday at noon at Norton Infirmary in Louisville of inflan matiou of the lungs MrReads lungs were solidified which was caused bv a hard sub stance which he swallowed several years ago He had been coughing for about a vear Several months previous to his death he moved frow Louisville to West Point with his wife His hough growing worse he was compelled to return to Louisville two weeks ago yesterday and to go to Norton Infirmary He was con scions to the last Mr Rend was one of Louisvilles best known young business men For the last twentytwo years of his life he was in the employe of J M Robinson Norton X Co both as traveling and house salesman About eleven years ago Mr Read married Miss Blanche Beard of Har dinsbnrg by whom he IB survived He was forty one years of age a Mason and a member of the Meth odiet church The funeral was held Friday from the residence of his parents Mr and Mrs John W Read 1222 First street the interment being in Cave Hill cemeteryKindly Take Notice that Ely s Liquid Cream Balm is of great bene fit to those suffering from nasal ca tarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at tae head ot remedies for catarrh It maybe used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is 70 cts Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New GETS GOOD OFFER Dr Chas Lightfoot a Hawettville boy who is practicing medicine iin Paducah has been offered the assist ant superintendents position at the Hopkinsville Asylum but he may no accept UNCONSTITUTIONALSpecial Ky has decided that the new regis trati on law in Kentucky is unconstitutional OFFERING 50 CENTS The Hawesville Plaindealer says that buyers am going through Han cock county offering farmers 50 a bushel for corn at gathering time j OUR GREAT PROFIT SNARING CONTEST Here is The List Prizes 500000 iIV5 Valuable Information yeariwns8U213Ilncreosewas92094001ncreaso SPECIAL York In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For the nearest correct guess received before July 50000For50000torJuly15th60000For50000ForafterAugust50000For50000For50000ForafterOctober Mmnr Total 500 prizes amounting to 25 00000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find to apply on subscription account Name Postofeco I 1 State My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November 8 1901 for tbe office of President are f i p a i 1 Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE r BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Kyr 4 t l k f- i 1 yI A AHEAD OF ALL Breckenridge Surpasses Neighboring Counties In Mineral Exhibits att Fair Although lists of the mineral ex hibitfl of Breimenridge and neighbor ing counties to be made at the Louis lana Purchase Exposition were pub lished before the exposition opened a condensed statement of the exhibits which were really collected by the Kentucky commission and are now on exhibit will perhaps he of interest to many interested in the geological aevelopment of this section of the State The list shows that out of ten prominent exhibits from Breckenridge and neighboring counties five are made by firms or individuals in Breck enridge county The list is as follows From Auburn Ash Con Co at Fen ley offices at Cloverpprt Broken coaL Fordsville Block Coal Co Fords ville Blocks of coal Murray Roofing Tile Corn lflux Cloy erport clays and roofing tile Central Ciay Product Co Clover port Clays and building bricks Mary J1 Miller Co Cloverport Red and yellow plastic and cleaning claysProf W J McConathy Louis vide One dark and one gray clay from Grayson county- J S Moreman Brandenburg One dark clay H C Powers Narrows Three clays and burned and unburned clay TnoS Adair Stephensport Hawes ville sandstone for ouilding two blOOKS G W Smith GuHton Asphalt rock Kentuckys mineral display at the fair is one ot the finest made It occupies 3400 square feet of floor space and its location is an ideal one in the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy Mother Dont Suffer With Neuralgia Rheumatism Pains in the Back etc Paracamph relieves and cures such ailments because it opens the pores induces sweating and draws out all fever and infla oration It soothes it cools it cures Keep a bottle in your home You need it every day THE LENA AFFAIR The first of the month the Russian warship Lena entered the port at San Francisco The boat was detained by the authorities pending an investiga tion Thursday Acting Secretary ot State Adee gave out the following from Washington in regard to the ship ort der through the acting secretay of state directing the Lena to be taken into custody by the naval authorities of the United States and disarmed The features and conditions pre scribed Are that the Lena will be taken to the Mare Island navy yards and there will be disarmed by the removal of the small guns breech blocks large guns ammunition or ordnance stores and such other dis bysthe commandant of the navy yards and that the captain give a written guarantee that the Lena will not leave San Francisco until peace has been I concludedThat officers and crew shall be paroled but not leave San Francisco until some understanding as to th e disposition which may be reacted between the government of the United States and both belligerents That after the disarmament the vessel may be repaired This action was taken on a written request from the commander ot tne Lena A Close Shave Often causes a burning stinging sensation makes the face red and sore Puracamph will relieve such troubles instantly Keeps the face smooth and healthy anti prevents inflammationMoral Paracampn after shav ing MAY WORK ALL FALL Messrs Alonzo Fallon Eugene- K ngsbury and Chas Hall of this city who are doing carpenter work at River View the new town near Louisville on the Henderson Route will provably remain there until De cember They have regular work at 00 per month and are satisfied with their positions HopKinsville Ky Jane 7 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir tI have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three years and from ex penance I can say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior merits Most respectfullyThomas Armistead A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cares diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both 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letter nearest local representative of 1 isco System district representative as follows m K M WISIIART T St Louis J STUART TAYLOR TII A vans ille 3 N N N N NN NN Stylisho Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high nladoiyanteed Moderato prices Ex pert tailors employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May S Coji Cannelton A 9 1 shopping city- Everything and return One Rates Southwest I N I Returning as lJeldflOO or P A V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw J PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections r008IonableCloverport Kentucky 1 r One MinuteCough Cure 4 for Coughs Colds and Croup IJJ n J a 4 t 4 NEWStEditor and Proprietor = Issued Every Wednesdays = Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year OARDS OF THANKS over ave lines charg I or at the rate of 10 cents per line k OBITUARIES charged for at the rate o rats per line Money In advance Ezamlnn the label on your paper If It not correct please notify us =r When ordering a change In the add Ubscrlbers should glvo their old as well the new address = EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY September 21 1001Ilt = ANNOUNCEMENTS I IOR COUNTY JUDGE VirK nro authorized to announce Ilon- b W DoIIuvon Moorman as a candidate for County Judge of Hrockcnrtdgo county subject to tho action of the Democratic party = FOR STATE SENATOR TTE aro authorized to announce R W Owen of Hancock county a candidatel for State Senator from this the 10th district composed of tho counties of Bancoc Breckenrldge and Meade subject to the action of tho Democratic party = FOR REPRESENTATIVE I o are authorized to announce Selby i- V I McCracken as a candidate for Represent tivo from Breckenrldgo county subJect o the action of tho Democratic party A fish that reads between the i never gets caught There is no appearance of look jaw In Mr Roosevelts letter of ac ceptance Vermont and Maine are sufficientj proof that there is no water for a Democratic tidal waveNew York Sun The people in Hardin countyare the best people in the world Elizabeth town News You never lived 1 in Breckenridge county Harry I A negro was hung down in Georgia j the other day by a sheriff And he thanked de Lawd that he wa Allowed to die a natural death Real estate is active and booming When a man makes 500 casn in on deal it means something It speaks tor the prosperity and future growth of the town The rick played in the great war in the east so far was by the Lena the other day when she ran into San Francisco for protection andJ safe winter quarters Every editor who met him fell in love with him and went away t with the feeling that Judge Parke- was his personal friend Spark- from the Democratic editorial jann- to Esopus When these boltocruts piecrats and lobbycrats talk about reading me out of the party by gatlins 1 will1 I be there to kick a lot of them out I Gov Hogg of Teas to Senator Bailey and others rtecYou want to rear every item in this paper It is the only way to get g your money beck It is alt good read Injr information that you want And the more you read a paper the better vou will like it If It is worth reading at all Mr Roosevelt in his letter of ac ceptance dont talk much like n man who wanted to be an emperor or who had any other ambition than the best welfare of the country Dont criticise him or say hard things about him until you have read his letter There is some talk of Carlisle and Lindsay speaking in this State during the campaign What Kentucky needs more than anything else is sov eral speeches from W J Biyan It istathe Bryan Democrats who need to bestirred upHarry Sommers In Eliza beth town News i i statesigoing for Parker and Davis Alabama f Arkansas Florida Georgia Kenh C Old fashioned display of farm products with rood premiums + Old fashioned greeting ol friends tuokY Lourslana uiesissippi Mts sonri North Carolina Tennessee Texas and Virginia and then bet on all the rest going for Roosevelt and Fairbanks Over in the boys are sing ing this song For Judge and Constitution goedBut have you Rot dough Tom doughtPreserve the Constitution but whores Our contribution- Is Oh pickel the Constitution TomI but have yon got thedough asThe Presidential election la pnly six weeks off and there is absolutely no enthusiasm The matter la rarely dis cussed except among the politicians The people seew to be indifferent about the matter as if the election were two years off Such a condition of affairs bodes no good for Democrai oyHarry Souimera In I Ehzabethtow- ry News Have yon attended to the little matter of your subscription You ca see just how you stand just how mac you owe us by reading the label o your paper Do this now I Its tq now that tells Dont pat If o until tomorrow We need tne dollar now that you owe us And all we need it for ig to pay what we owe We dont want to hoard it Dont want to spend it foolishly simply just want it to keep the business of makes ing this newspaper going We are glad to see Harry Sommers taking such an active part for local option in his paper It is the right policy and the best policy The entire state press is taking hold of this ques tion more freely than they did in years past Tne Breckenridge News was among the first county papers to take a bold stand against the saloon It cost something to do it but we have never regretted it and still standI fontWhat this country wants more thanl anything else is to keep the Ameri can factory busy all the year rounds For instance in our owu town we have a canning factory This factory employs from 75 to 1 CO people for sa IUPPOBtIenow it run the whole year round what an Income it would produce notJJ only for those who are emploredil there but for the farmer the mer chant the butcher the blacksmith the wagon maker and all classes of the community who would feel the beneJJ fit The life of any town is not in itsI idlers but in its workersCc What expansion is doing for thisjj country t 11200ri fitl0000Us0 overUHJMl and we bought 11700000- t aa increase of 3000000 From Ha wall we bought 2ii000000 an in i I pJewelan increase of 8300000 To the Phil increaseIa increase 1andcrease of 5000000 In other words we practically paid the Philippines in goods instead of money for our in- reased purchases With Alaska theCJ record is Including the gOld1GOOO 000 purchased by us an increase of i 13000000 and sales by us of 10165Ij 000 an increase of 1505000 A Brooklyn Democrat writing to the New York Say says i IItI shall condense for you the Demo cratic national platform into six words and an explanation Were Hungry Give us a Show Explanation We admit that the Repub lioans were right We think we have become sane We wouldnt change a thing so that you could see itewouldnt Jf we could couldnt if we would though wed rather like to tear down the Hag in the Philippines nothingdistinctivesafe to let us come in and warm ourd toes We dont think Its square to pthatglee the country as good an imi tion as we can of the same kind of gettingA me no pleasure to write this I wish I conld niodilfy it but I cant Brooklyn Sept 12 W Matches If farmers want to do anything and on to their organization they Old time methods for making everybody enjoy themselves and have their friends from every where enjoy it with them c 1 mart attend their regular There Is no otner way of One man cant do anything a dozen can All must work together to one end Let all keep this in ana attend the mass meeting bf far ers to be held at Hardinsburg Octo ber 1- Fred Walter who died in this town recentlv was probably the richest man who ever died hero excepting one his old partner Mr Wm Vest Both of these men came here poor without a dollar They built up quite an estate for a placelike Cloverport They did it by honesty fair dealing economy and hard worK They were tine business men They knew how to handle mon ey handle goods hogs hooppoles stocks and bonds tnrn them over and make them count on the right side of their ledger They were good coI- n leotors and good payers They remem bered the nickels as well an the dol lars If either one of them owed you a nickel they never rested until Iit youhup pay I t1you owed them they looked after i TheyIevery ness even as old colonel Murray did not even a nail or a string on th tloor was too insignificant for them to pick up People used t3 call them stingy and close fisted too exacting but it is just such traits of character as these that tell in the wind up The writer has sold them many a nicKels worth on credit astiav back wasta newsboy but they always hunted him up to pay it People in those times didnt pay so much attention to the little things but these men did and most of us see what the outcome has been rrnthisTnere is more C see tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until th 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 incurableyScience has proven catarrh to ba a constitutional disease and therAfore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohiol is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful mucI ous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address FJCHENEY COToledo OhioSold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pilla for consti ation REBUILDING BEGUN The work of rebuilding Engine No wDich fell into Green river with a freight train on August 8 was begun at the L H St L shops the first the week The engine will practi cally have to be rebuilt but many parts of it can be used again Mach mists and officials of the road were never able to decide by its condition whether Engineer JRledel was trying to stop his train when it fell through Spottsville drawbridge W H BOWMER ILL W H Bowmer was taken ill MonI day morning and his condition was sucn vesterday morning that it was thought be has appendicitis How ver his pbysitlan is not certain on this point Yesterday morning Mr Bowmer left for Louisville wherein case it developes he has appen I icitis he will be ready to have an operation performed He was accom anied by Mrs Bowmer C B Skill man and Dr A A Simons ELECTS OFFICERS The Cloverport Machine Foundry company met Saturday reorganized and smeared officers as follows J A Barry president J W Pate vice president M Weatherholt secretary and treasurer broughtback Old time jollification for ev erybody Nasalgti In all lie tagcs Balmmtieaneeeeootheaandhealsthe It cares catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Crenm Dalm Ill placed lInto tha noetnls spreads over the membrane and li absorbed tyllefltlnv mediate and k cure follows It Ila not drying docs not prodder sneezing Large 6iz 60 ccnta atDrug gliti or by mail Trial Size 10 ante ELY BROTHERS 60 Warren Street Now York WILL GO TO FUNERAL Mr and Mrs L T Held will leave today for Bncyrns Ohio to attend the funeral of Mr Jas Gormly Jr who was best man at their wedding Mr Gormly died in New Mexico of consumption and his body will be taken to his home at Bnoyrus for interment MANY ADDITIONS Baptistu withtSCIIOQL REPORT Monthly report of Utopia College endingeFriday September 10 The following is the honor roll of all pupils receiv lIng an average of 00 per cent or better Seventh grade Meda Maxwell 07 Robert Fisher 05 Ada Mattingly U4 Advanced sixth gradeLillie lIa t- Ingly 07 Ruby Jones 90 Ella Whit tinehill 90 Maude Mattingly 90 Nell Fisher 05 Mallie Moorman U3 Sylva Mattingly 02 Nora Hoskins 02I Sixth gradeEdna Mattingly 93 Mildred Moorman 02 Mande Ltmer 02 Lizzie Mattingly 92 Fannie Moor man 01 Coleman Mattingly 91 Fifth gradeMabel Hoskins 04 Nel lie Josephine Dempster 05 Robert Moore man 93 Henry Burnett 93 Jakie Powell 03 Mabel Howard 03 Annie j Seaton 92 Paul Mattingly 02 Marcus Whitler 91 Viola Powell 90 Betsey Moorman 90 4 Fourth gradeLeRoy Whittinghill 91 Sarah D Moorman 91 Clara Mat tingly 02 Karen C Moorman 110 Third gradeMay Phillipps 01 Robert William Tuttle 90 Second gradeEva Philliops 93 Ethel Carwile 02 Cardwell Mattingly 91 Vic Seaton 01 4 First gradeFannie Smith 113 Everett Maxwell 93 DC Moorman 4 92 Vinnie Farmer 01 Sam Robertson 4 01 Annie Bowman 90 Primary gradePaul Smith 91 Tune Bnrnette 90 Sallie Moorman 00 Our motto is DO RIGHT AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE LUYEDjj Enrollment 03 general average 75 Highest honors 07 Meda Maxwell and Lillie Mattingly Perfect department 100 Maude Limer Robert B Tuttle Principal Ella G Robertson Assistant Vesta Davidson Musts Teacher GOES TO BEECHMONT J D Babbage Jr left Monday morning for Beeohmont near Louisville He will attend Prof H K Taylors training school for boys at Beeohmont the ensuing year MOVE TO THIS CITY Mr and Mrs Lee Sipes of UarfHd moved to this city last week Mr Si pee is a carpenter and at present has a position at Mortons saw and planing mil- lWILL MEET MONTHLY Toe local union of the American Society of Equity at Irvlngton will nod monthly meetings on the fourth Saturday in eaoh month at 2 oclocn in the afternoon Bnlltown To The Front Balltown Ky Sept 20Speolal On September 15 twin daughters were born to Mr and Mrs Alf Hawkins of this place Kodol Dyspepsia CuroIIDigosts what you With all the old features to please YOU and friends to meet once more on the old time play round f Cook WantedGood Apply itt News officee by PISOb CURE FOR r W ERE ALL ELSE FAILS uLo Deal Cough Syrup Tastes Good UsoJn time Sold by evil CONSUMPTION School and school supplies J D Babbages I fIWItu va aV 0 nA w AUCTION SALE Of Jewelryand Musical Instrumentst Thursday September 15 r i Begins at 8 oclock in the evening Seats for the Ladies W Bo OELZE CLOVE RPORT KENT- UCKYC7ARTSET A Magazine of Cleverness t urposeGenuine recreation are the motives of The Smart Set the MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES brilliant hemispheresIts interestItshumortcndernessls dayItsmirthprovoking 160 Pages DelightfulReading- No pages are Wasted on cheap illustrations editorial vaporings or wearying essays and idle discussions youSubscribe Express or registered letter to The Smart Set 452 Fiftji Avenue x N New York- N BSample copies sent free on ap- plicationFCE i t r to taxpayers 1 I will be at Stephettsport Sept 17 Union Star Sept 20 Mooleyville Sept 22 Lpdiburg Sept24 Irvington Sept 26 x forthe purpose of collecting taxes Please meet me promptly and settle f F P Payne S B C By S W Basset D S f The Daviess County Fairm r Under The Auspices of Elks Lodge See and be seen friends from all over the country Good races with big purses every day CURES druggists books The Grandest Opportunity Ever Offered for Pleasure and Profit Reduced Rates on all railroads and RiveraThe Time of Your Life Everybody Come Owensboro Ky Oct 4and 8 1904S For Privileges Address the Secretary or HAYDEN RATICAN Owensboro Ky itt I t- y I f v ta r Wt iu W Ip J r AN OLD ADAGE SAYS A light purse Is a heavy curse t Sickness makes a light purse d The LIVER is the seat of nine V tenths of all dis- easeTutts Pills go to the root of the whole mat iJterthoroughly quickly safely i and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to thesystem and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute- S The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 21 1001 Package coffee 15 cents at Pophams Fresh new pickles at the English Kitchen ilrsJ A Ross visited in Louisville last week 4 Fresh breed always at the English Kitchen fSnow Flake flour two sacks or145 at Pophams W B Oelze went to Lonlsville Monday arutidatPophams Dick Beavln of Henderspij was here last Wednesday jV f atfVgam Laslie was in Rome Ind i Monday on business David May was the guest of relatives in Owensboro Sunday i Horace Jennings was in Tell City Sunday the guest of friends Fresh oysters and celery next Saturday at the English Kitchen Miss Grace Plank went to Louisville Monday to spend sevetal days Clyde Morrison visited in Owens boro and Evansville last week Gold Dust flour 78 cents a sack or two sacks for 155 at Pophams MilS Margaret Skillman returned Friday from a visit to Owensboro J H Phelon went to Owensboro Sunday fora short visit to relatives- J W Mattingly Jr went to Tell City Sunday to be gone several days R R Williams of Evansvllle was in the city and at Tar Springs Sun dayChris and ConGleine wire in Can neTton and Tell City Friday on busi ness Mrs Fannie Lisben was tne guest of Mrs F M Eadee at owensboro last week Fresh crackers lignt rind crisp melt In your mouth at the English KitchenThe mule at the English Kitchen Is tricky bnt not dangerous Call and see him Miss Ethel Oelze will go to Eliza bethtown today to visit Mr and Mrs L E Keith Tilden Jones of Owensboro was in the city and at Tar Springs several days last week Miss Elizabeth Skillman returned Friday from a visit to Mrs R H Bowmer at Hardinsbnrg Shelby Garfield was the guest of hisJIaughter Mrl3JnQ F Morton F l Mrs A I Gouty Jr and babv e airHarrisi of Owensboro spent Sunday with Miss Carrie Tucker Willie OConnell returned yesterday t to Louisville after a visit of several weeks to his aunt Mrs Wm Riley i SOFTCOREI Like the running brook the f red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of the Bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthyspleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new = pblood by feeding the bone arrow and the spleeh with he richest of all fats the pure Jrcod1 i liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose = Cblood is thin and pale Scotts J jnulsion is a pleasant and rich- t blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do feirtproper works Send for free sample O L SCOTT BOWN8 Chemists A 49415 Pearl Street New York I Soc and zoo all druggists Mr and Mrs L C Varble haveII gone to Lodiburg to retiMe J A Barry was iii Ekron several days last weeK on business- M J Behen was in Hawesville Thursday uti a business trip- J VVi Bates was up from Hawesville part of last week on business MISS Maggie Baker came aown from Hardinsbnrg Monday to visit Mrs F P Payne Miss Otito Smith returned Monday to Louisville aher ai visit to Mrs F T Heyser Mrs J A Barry went to Greenville Monday to spend several weeks with relatives Mr and Mrs Chas May were in Owensboro Sunday and Monday the guests cf telatives Mid Foster Lightfoot returned Sat urday to Hawesville after a visit to Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot Mrs J M FAllon came up from Hawesllle Friday to spend several days with Mrs Alonzo Fallon Edward W Nolte returned Friday to Louisville after a visit to his brothers J 0 and E F Nolte Mrs Frank Basham was in the city Tuesday with a view to moving herewith herhusband from Owensboro Mr and Mrs Chas Wendelken and children returned Friday arum a visit to his relatives at Earlingtonand Mayfield Mr and Mrs R E Woods of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs H A Oelze while m the city Sunday Mrs Chas Warfield returned Wed nesdayfrom a visit df several weeks to her sister Mrs David Stancliffe inChicagoHerbert of OIVensboro was In the city Thursday in interest of the Fenley coal mines of which he is one of the new owners Messrs Jas Gregory Sr Jas Greg ory Jr and Arthur Gregory of Moweoua were in the city Friday and batnrday visiting relatives Willis Green of Falls of Rough was toteguest of O T Skillman Wed nesday and Thursday while en route home from a business trip to Owens boroMies Mary Long of Henderson an d Mrs Robt Parker of SpencervlUe Ohio came up from Henderson Fri day to visit Mr and Mrs B M Mc Carty Mr J W Jarxett and Mrs S J McKee of Dallas Texas were in the city Monday en route Irom the St Louis fair to Stephensport to visit relativesRev C Kerr of Hodgenville who preached at I the Presbyterian church Sunday was the guest of Mr and Mrst T McClananan while in the city Miss Roberta Bush of Hawesville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jas S Younger Saturday while en route from the St Louis fair to Louisville where she has a position Mr and Mrs S P Conrad and Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad went to Leav enworth Ind Saturday to attend the fiftieth anniversary of the married life sof M r S P Conrads parents Mr and Mrs S H McCracken and two children returned Sunday from Atlantic City where Mr McCracken attended the Master Car Painters convention as the Henderson Routes representativeRev P LKing and child ren went to Smith Grove Warren county Friday to visit Rev Kings father Rev King will also attend the Lonisvillft conference of the M E church South which meets at Frank lin on September 28 CJASTOnXAHears theThe Kind You Have Always sought Signature Y4fhZor I PICKED UP 0 M McGlothlah whiln he is in West Point handling great wads of money ie doing well Iud is pleased with his new home surroundings and people but he still has a hankering after things and what is going on in the old home county He was ask ing about things political and how Dick Uwen was making in his race He thinks DIoK should have the nom ination and says be would like to be home to help him Dick he says made two unsuccessful races Iin the county done a lot of hard work spent time and money and he thinks now the Democrats should conic to his rescue and give him the nomination The leading Democrats of Union Star are unanimous for Dick Owen for sena tor They say he is a horn man they all know him and like him and have no reason for not supporting him fo the office Last Wednesday was the regular rule day at Union Star and not a case on the docket Squire Vessells says his people are all good living in peace and harmony with their neighbors and have no difficulties that they cant settle without the intervention of44the court Th Squire says it is a little hard on his buss l fit I- IIInessI but he is gladto report that way One of the most beautiful views in Breckenridge county is from the home of Henry Flock on the road to Union Star just nbove Stephensport ThisI point must be fully 200 feet above theI Ohio river Sonie time when you are riding along this road just step up to Henrys house and view the landscape oer It isgrand- Splendid crop of apples corn and tobacco in the Union Star district C M McGlothan has sold out his store in UnlonStar lo A M McCIuroof Vin Grove He has not yet taken possession but will in a short time They still play marbles in UI1io Star A lot of those old stagers up there will miss a good dinner any time rather than miss a chance of knocking middler from long taw And there is no prouder time in a mans or boys lite thau when he can stand back and knoc middler two or three or five times from taw There are lots of fellows up there who can do it tool Squire Drury had a lively court at hi rule day last Friday The Squire seems to be catching cases from other districts than his own something that he doesnt altogether enjoy Says he has troubles enough of his own to set tle The place of a magistrate is not as lovelyas it might be at times Squire Charles generally gets through all right and we hear very little criticism on his rulingsMrs Bennett has moved back into her old home the Bennett House at Steph ensport after an absence ot twelve years She has fixed up the old place remodeled painted and papered so the old home doesnt look like itself Says she is mighty glad to get back to it and feels very much at home She will keep a few boarders just enough to keep her busy Mrs Bennett is a splendid woman and we are glad to see her back at the old stand Elisha Gardner is home from the Soldiers Home at Marion Ind where he has been staying for several months He says it is the finest home in the country for the old soldiers They are all treated nicely well cared for and made comfortable in their old days He expects to return in a few weeks or just as soonas he can get through visiting his family and old friends Elisha is in very feeble health not the strong vigorous man that he once was The Wellington brothers have a fine cropof apples this year about five hundred barrels They also have a fine crop of tobacco equal to what itwaslast year They got the banner price last year for red tobacco and say they are after it again On the road between Irvington and Bewleyville there is a new twostory dwelling nearing completion This is the new home of Thos J Tripllett and he is very proud ot it Thos TrIplett is an old resident of th at community born and reared there and has lived in the old home where ne was born for nearly 00 years and has raised a larg3 family of children in the old log house built by his father away back yonder in the twenties So now the old log house of many pleasant memories and hardships will soon be a thing of the past succeeded by a modern twostory plain sub stantial solid homelike house where Mr Triplett and his good wife expect to pats the remainder of their days in peace quiet and comfort And what a blessing Is a new home We wish every man in this county could build him anew home It means much for the community good homes mean good citizens brad women and betterer men and more churches better schools and higher dmbltions So we congratulate Mr Triplett and his good wife a noble self sacrificing woman the mother ot 18 children 0 of whom are living three married and nil doing well and making good citizens Mr Triplets family including children and grand children number 29 in all Mrs Triplett Is a fine specimen ot woman hood stout hale and hearty a good i housekeeper and a good cook and riChly deserves a now home Claranco Penlck the builder and architect of this new home has done his work well too Not a flaw in it His work is first class in every respect Nothing fancy about it just plain neat and substantial M D Drake the painter deserves praise for his good work plain and neat good material and good worKmanshIp Mr Triplett had u successful year in tobacco latt year and made enough Money on his purchase to guild and pay for his home A very commend able way to invest ones surplus The News Is glad to see this spirit of home building growing all over the county There IS not a community in the whole county but what there is more or less building going on It shows that our people are prosperous progressive enterprising and npto date that they are not falling DBCK but growing expanding and keeping up with the times Brown Helm o f Stephensport bought last week JG Brodles and Eugene Gillllands crops of apples for 000 The two crops are estimated fndiffe Crest I + I 1MfI 1 fl hAAdvertisements inserted under this lend at one cent a word per week ton BALL PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines muchlnesAlsoStreetLouisvilleFARM FOR SALE My farm Ilrockenrldcu county swfivemills south of IrvIiiRton four toadecontaining ill array 450 acres In high state of cultivation Kino running water Good willdivideI Uewleyvllle jnueebiisur POItniUDKN I turbid nnyono hiring or permitting my son Ell JncKspn to stay It their home or plucc of business J II Jackson lOn SALEIlOAIt FUR SALE Ono Duore Jersey Iloar seven onoraddressEItliardk1 WANTED yANTEDTo si11 20 head hogs also 10 0002 year old apple tres attper 100 less than 100 tj each 2000 peach trees at 10c NursesIIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES 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 Louis Seas on ticket n30 60 day ticket fO55 15 day ticket 935 Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be soldany day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 31 TriCounty Fair Henderson Sept 27Oct II Rate of 235 round trio Cloverport to Henderson and return Sept 27th to Oct 1st inclusive good to return Oct 2nd Special Homeseekers Excursions To the Southwest Sept 20 Oct 4 and 18 Arkansas nearly all points 2435 Indian Territory all points Si135 Oklahoma all points 2i5i 2435TexasReturn limit 21 days from date of sale 125 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn on morning trains Sept 25 good returning same date Davless County Elks Fair Owens boro Ky Oct 4 to 8 1904 On tbis account rate of 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will bs made Oct 4 to Sin clusive good to return Oct 0 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Sat urday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven duys Including date of sale 56 SO L II h 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 A M No 42 Dully Mall und Express leaves Clo verport 954 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1 35 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dnll v are rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 050 p m Stops at West Point only Train No 4 9 Express dally ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 045 JJm Stops ut all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesvllle 1250 PMI arrives St Louis 616 PM stops at all stations Train No 4L Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 nm Evansville 100 p m St Louis 616 p m stops at Hawes vllle Owonsboro und Henderson only Train No 43 Stall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport p m Evunsvlllo 1030 p m Stops ut all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 00 PM arrives EVIIDsvllle 130 A M St Louis 045 A M stops Kit Huwesvlllo Owcnsboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST ROUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvlllo 420 a m arrives Irvington 81a a mTrain No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves luldsvJl1e 340 p m arrives Irvington 000 pm Train No 0 Sunday only- Fordsvillo600 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsvlllo 305 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Kordsvlfie 11 00 p m LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO Fast Mail nnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville daily except Sunday 4 p m Lenve Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday lO a mThrough freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GEOH WILSON Supt l tW 1 MEET ME AT NOLTES WALKING SKIRTS These are days that call for something firmer snugger and fitter than the light wash skirts that have been doing duty during June and July To meet the call here are a lot of new Walk ing Skirts just received from the manu facturerSightly well made heavy enough for FALL WEAR and not too weighty for the coolish weather thatslips in these September days and nights We are offering better values in this line than ever before Fall Goods Arriving Daily Kr COME SEE US J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TE IPL- ECLOVERPORT z KY wnfw CdickaMillingVIEW tND NOlOOOONI NONNNINN- s Give Us Y A Try Otit Ttheganized into departments of hied iclne Law Education Special Information Advertising JBooks You can satisfy iities desire quicker and cheaper using the worlds skill antI Z What is Your Desire iHaeDo YOU want a better position Are you In business JDo you want your business in + JIsAre you going to attend some 4college Have you n special desire Send us your name and address told we will see if we can please you free of charge After you haw given i us n Tryout a proposition run lie agreed upon If you tlien wish to place the Worlds Desire Bureau on your payroll Address S Worlds Desire Bureau tChllllcothe M- oi000001000000100NON e Oo WIIN a w A BIG- Guessing Contest AND Barbecue I Will be given on the Ida B Starks farm between Pates ville and Dukes on Saturday IIt A small article will be sold to each person paying one dollar nnd they will be entitled to a guess The person receiving the lucky number will get the Ida B Starks farm which consists of for tythree acres J D and IDA B STARKS Proprietors IIA F IIJ Cliff Pile and son John of Bnras were here Monday en route to the St Louis fair 4 I t 1 Of Any Flour Is the baking it produces You have tried the results of other flours now tr- yCADICKS GOLDrDUST FLOUR And the True Test will result in your using no other kind When you use CADICKS GOLD 1 DUST FLOUR bread rolls and pastry contain allythats best in Long berry Red Winter Wheat milled to a nicetyYour grocer will supplyit CoGRAND October n u Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public- I I can survey your Lands write your Deeds und take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky p1 PLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for the trade High Quality Work MaIl Orders Specialized 1II ItwB oe ze1IKy I If i 11 iit t ++++++++r +++ ++++1 ++++ AS THE t- JJ Holiday Season i Is nearing we wish to remind you of the presents that you can buy at our store for the happy occasionpresents that 4 will be n M f LifeTime PleasureA t To both giver and receiver We r have a fine lot of well selected W mI jewelry Our experience is M your gain for we know our J goods and if we are honestyou Itake no risk Come and see us I t C Watches Repaired All Kinds of Jewelry and Mu r aloal Inatrumenta Sold 1t TIC LEWIS SON oh Hardinsburg Ky joLoLLoLLIIILIToLLLLLLIIITLTTLoL TTTTCurt Ryan of Tobinsport spent Wednesday and Thursday in Owens boro 1 It ys f fThe Breckenridge Nuys WEDNESDAY September 21 1004 i MEADE NEWS J Will Develop Oil FieldMeeting s Of A S of E At Guston Salem Association i ti i Col H T Leo and Oeo Lynn of JFinley Ohio are in the city repre j Renting the Lumbermans 011 and lilt Gas Co of that place They have opened an office in Dr Lon Nevitt I J office where they wilt be pleased t J give information regarding oil and tl gas to those who are luterested Tb eI 1 Lumbermans 011 Gas Co has iaI capital of 150000 and expects to develop the oil field of this county if theI KV citizens will give them proper sup portThere was an enthusiastic meeting l of farmers at Guston Saturday to organize a Ilocal union ol the Ameri can Society ot Equity H B Sher man the National Organizer t present and able explained ver feature of the society A union was organized with the following charter members Hon AJ Thompson Hon t Gus W Richardson J I Thompson W L Bandy J S Board Press j Richardson Hugh Hardaway B A i Haidaway Dr Baxter and Alonz- Dowell Hon A J Thompson was elected president and Hon Gus Rich ardson secretary The annual session of the Salem Association will be held with th Brandenburg Baptist church begin ning Wednesady September 21 and continuing three days The local option election held in Ashcraft precinct last Wednesday resulted in a sweeping victorr for the drys The vote was U5 against and 47 for a majority of 48 against granting license p The Guston Camp of M W ot A are going to erect a new hall The camp is flourishing having thirty eight members Press Richardson is Venerable Counsel and J T Cundiff secretaryWm has sold his farm con taining sitxyfive acres tok Will Roberts of Ekron Consideration 850 Meade County Messenger Skin Diseases Eczmea Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved ann quickly cured by the free use of Parapamph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the skin healthy and smooth DEADLY MOSQUITOES Big gallinipper mosquitoes that seem to have canopeners in place of stingers are attacking chicKens in the East End and they are said already to have killed twentytwo fowls owned by Mrs Bridget Owens of Fulton street All of the chickens were attacked while roosting The mosquitoes seem to descend toward the earth from high in the air early in the evening or alter darkness and attack animals ot all kinds It is thought that they breed in low marshy places but fly high most of the time The usual point of attack is the comb Chickens which were in good shape when they went to roost at night come limping from their houses in the morning with their oombs perforated and inflamed Death comet in H day or so Your Heart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has- a WeaK Heart One of the Furoat signs of a weak heart IB shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump thoI blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Palm In the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cohl Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to RO without medicine because Weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Mlle New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is p a splendid tonic for the blood tmd nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good If It doesnt your money back I was nflllctcd with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently all warningrwere frequent and n terrible dread pos sessed me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would be attacked and whether I would survive them 1 consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of the state Not finding re lief from this source I began taking Dr Mlles New Heart Cure and began to Improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I havo not had an attnok for five yearsMRS JOHN DrtESHAOIC Lelpslc O Write to us for Free Trial FREE Antirfor Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It COLABORATORIES J IMitMGiWi V- o When You Buy Spoons knives forks etc buy reliable brands even if they do cost n little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROSI is the tamp it insures genuine Rogers quality famous for wear Sold by leading dealers everywhere For Catalogue CL address the makers International Silver Co Merlden Conn NEW TRESTLE SIGNS followingywere posteJ Thursday the trestle above town and the one over Clover creek Footmen Not Allowed On This BridgeWhile II- persons in the habit of walk probablyopay little attention to these signs they will serve as a protection to th railroad company at least as anyone with the exception of the employes walkingea trestle and bring a suit for dama ges would not likely get them A number of persons have had nar row escapes from death oy being run over by trains while crossing these trestles and the erection of the signs is a wise movement on the part of the railway company Sign posts were placed sometime ago at the bridge at Spottsville ever Green river They will probably be placed eventually at every trestle on the Henderson Route A PowerFor Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by All Druggists MUCH HAULING DONE- It is often heard remarked on the streets that the amount of hauling in the city during the past summer especially in August was probably greater than during any previous year One citizen says hA has seen as many as twentyfive to thirty loaded wagons in a line coming into town some mornings The large amount of timber which is being cut into crosaties logs lumber spoke timber staves etc near town and brought here for shipment and local consump tion accounts for the large increase in hauling Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines thnt aid nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short ite Hayn s WHAT SATOLLI SAy S ABOUT PHILIPPINES An Associated Press dispatch from Rome upon the return of Cardinal Satolli from his visit to the United States says he was charmed by his visit and quotes the Cardinal as follows While I feel for America a degree of affection and gratitude which will accompany me throughout my life I must say that today the United States has a delicate and grave task to perform before the civilized world namely to educate the Filipinos to a new social and political life rendering them more advanced in economic prosperity which may grow very fast considering the immense variety and richness of their products while watching that their civilization has religion as an unchangeable base In this way in a few years the Philippines may form a strong and prosperous nation inspire by justice liberty and morality and become a worthy daughter of the great American Commonwealth which will thus prove that in setting foot in the Philippines it did not Intend conquest but to undertake a high civilizing duty GO TO WORLDS FAIR Mr and Mrs Leon McGavook left Thursday night for St Louis where they will spend a week at the Worlds Fair Theft children went to Skill man Thursday morning to remain with their grnndpnrentsMr and Mrs L D Ireland while they are at the fair 4 a 11 6 L L LOVES PEACE Does Bryan and He Says SoCan t non Opeus CampaignOther Political News Denver Col Sept 15W JBryan opened the Democratic campaign in Colorado with a speech at the Col iseum Hall tonight Hundreds were unable to gain entrance to the densely packed ball You ask me if I am a believer in free silver how can 1 bring myself to spport a man who favors the gold standard said the speaker I say that I love peace ann the gospel of peace infinitely more than I love either gold or silver Mr Bryan assured his hearers that if Judge Parker was elected president pence would reign in the United States during the next four years nay Take Platform Chicago Sept 14Judge Parker may go on the platform within the next six weeks and respond person ally to the questions asked by PreE ident Roosevelt in the Intters letter of acceptance according to National Committeeman Johnson of Kansas Mr Johnson who arrived in Chicago today also declared that Senator Gorman will have charge of the campaign superseding Chairman Tag gart and Executive Chairman Shee Clevelandeand William J Bryan will speak for Judge Parker said Johnson Tammany Has Rally New York Sept 14A rally by Tammany Hall was held in the wig wam tonight It marked the opening of the campaign bv that organization and was held to ratify the nomination of Parker and Davis Resolutions pledging support to the nominees were passed The speakers were Congressman W Bourke Cockran Congressman William Snlzer and others CofJcran in his speech said the re turns from Maine Indicate the Demo cratic ticket can be elected Cannon Begins Campaign South Bend Ind Sept 15Joseph- G Cannon Speaker of the National House of Representatives tonight began a campaign which he will wage from this time until election day in the close congressional dis tricts of the country Speaker Cannon came to South Bend in a special car over the Lake Shore and Michigan Scuthern railroad and was escorted to the Auditorium Theater by a special committee headed by Congressman BricK in whose interest he spoke especially Parker In New York New York Sept 15Judge Parker today conferred with more than a score of prominent party leaders wbo called on him at his apartments in Hotel Astor Important matters relating to the campaign which way to reorganize methcds now ip operation letters of acceptance of the candidates ot president and vice president andI the discussion of the state of NewI YorK state were included in the busi ness under consideration Eulogizes Roosevelt Saratoga Sept 15The Republican state convention here today nominated Flank W Higgins by acclamation for governor The remainder of the Odell slate will win with ease The plat form eulogizes Roosevelt and re affirms devout faith in protection GO FOR LEWIS DAY Mr and Mars J T Lewis Mrs Lillian L Maim and Misses Mary Bessie and Lena Lewis Mary L Ditto and Eva Carrigan of Branden burg stopped oil here at 043 Thurs day morning to taKe the fast Exposi tion Limited train over the Hender son Route to St Louis to remain until September 24 and he present on Lewis day at the Worlds Fair Rev J T Lewis and Mrs Kate Bennett of Irvington go to St Louis this week to be present on Lewis day WILL RECEIVE BIDS At the regular meeting of Brecken ridge Lodge No 188 F AM Friday night a committee of five was appointed to receive bids for the ereo tion of the new twostory brick which the lodge proposes to build on the lot between the Masonic Temple and F T Heysers confectionery and restaurant If the lowest bid is satisfactory to the committee the contract will be let and the building will be completed this fall if possible It will be the same length as the Mason ic Temple and about the same width The committee appointed to receive bids is composed of the following Masons 0 W Moorman Sr C W Moorman Jr W H Bowmer E E Haynes and C1 B Skillman HASWELL APPOINTED Hon John P Haswell Jr of Har dlnnburg has been appointed by chairman of the Fourth District Committee Hon M L Heavrin to take the place ot Dr Walton who has resigned as Presidential elector of the district Hartford Republican yy- T I Ct djiit THE SITUATION What A S E Has Done For the Farmers Up To Date Shown By Official Organ The September 15 number of UpToDate Farming the official organ of the American Society of Equity shows what the Society has done for the farmers of the country in the following paragraph Here is the situation of the A S of E in a nutshell Wheat IB won barley and beans are moving victor iously the tobacco people are lining up the cotten hosts are marshalling broom corn is looking out the grea cornfields are pricking up their ears and all other larm interests Are awakening Hencefoth the farmers must be consulted us to price News of interest to farmers in gen eral is contained in the two follow lug clippings from UpTnDate Farm ins Hon H B Sherman Assistant National Organizer is moving things in Kentucky The tobacco growers are not plow in coming to the front They hear the word and understand it they see their opportunity and seize it Wheat prices are likely to go above 120 before the next crop is harvested but the A 8 of E will not issue a revised bulletin 120 is a good price for any grower who has the wheat 150 will not help the man who had a crop failure This society undertakes to name and work for an equitable price but it never contracts to compel farmers to sell at the price This would be a more diffi cult undertaking than to teach them to hold for the price The Society has recommended so far the following prices Wheat No 2 red Chicago 120 per bu Hay No 1 timothy 12 per ton Oats No 2 white 40 cents per bu barley No2 58 cents per hu barley No 8 52 cents cotton New Yorc 12 cents per pound These are minimum prices below which farmers are urged by the Society not to sell They are all based on some central market and the farm price will be enough less to equal freight and legitimate price to the handlers Prices will be set on other crops as they mature Some suggestive prices are as follows Corn No 2 Chicago 6 cents per bu hoes Chicago 60 to OJ cents per pound cattle Chicago 6 to 74 cents per pound Dont Lie Awake At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottle is guaranteed to give you satisfaction or money refunded So why suffer Get a bottle today PICTURE IN TIMES Wednesdays Louisville Times con tained a good picture of S H McIf Crncken of this city Democratic candidate to represent Breckenridge county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly BUILDING GRANARY Work was begun last week on a granary for the local flour mill The building will be a frame structure 22x70 ft and one story in height It is being erected on the lot in the rear of the Masonic Temple Wm Perkins is the contractor Miss Agnes Yfestley 816 Wells 5treet- MarlnetteWit 816 Wells Street- MAEINETTE Wis Sept 25 1903 Iwas all run down from nervousness andoverwork and had to resign my position and take a rest I found that I was not gaining my- atrenath and health as fast as I could wish and as your Wine of Cardui was recommended sucha good medicine for the ills of our sex I bought a bottle and began using it I was satisfied with the results from the use of the first bottle and took three more and then found I was restored to good health and strength and able to take up my work with renewed vigor I consider it a fine tonic and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY Beo rt North WlKontln Holland Society Secure a 100 bottlel1 of Wino of Cardui and a 25c package of Thedfords BlackDraught today WINE OF CARDUI fJI t l DR THAQHEIPS River and Blood Syrup REMOVINI I THREEFOLD REMEDFlerdIiIMfra to Ads as UrtrjnlKUmvfl PurlfsI Billw Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock I Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of potassium Any doctor or druggist will you that this is a scientific nnd reliable combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Ii Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient cxpcrlnlsntDr iThacher so perfected the process of manufacture that ifrnever fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been burden have written grate 171007tI have suffered greatly with Indigestion constipation with loss of appetite not rest wen at night in fact had no energy to worker ejen walk around I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Thachers Liver nod Blood Syrup which helpcd me almost from the fitlltdoae When I had taken one and one half bottles Ilelt like a different man and I knew 1liat It was due entirely to your medicine I used In all treat bottled and consider myself perfectly cured At this time my appetite is goad I sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising In the morning L Srsu- uJf Fee sample bottle and 7 rnerd a medicine write today for oyou Thachtr Health Hook GItevptolllOf adviee We simply auk you to try it atourrxpente Wtknoio trhatit will do M all drtiyglitt ISO tent aml1tie THacHer Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 7IS A THOUGH FOR TilE WEEK t K o Everybody within ten miles of Cloyerport knows me and knows that I sell dry goods etc so what is the use of advertising and fussing to cleanup my store and fix up my windows What benefit will I receive from all this trouble Tnls is an argument every traveling salesman has heard It time and again in fact hardly a day passes but what he runs against this proposition- it may be true enough that every body avows John Smith at Cloverport and knows him to be a square and fair sort of a fellow who when once he gets you into his store will treat yon right and come as near giving you cents worth for every dollar spent as any merchant but the trick is to get you in there A sensible merch ant has said that the foundation to a good trade is an honest reputation and good advertising One serving to let the people know where you are and what you have and the other assuring them fair treatment when they come to your place of business CHANGES IN FORMS DECREED FOR WOMEN Chicago Sept 14 Fashion has decreed a new figure and the straight front must go Waists must be smaller hips larger and busts higher Gowns are to cost more more ma terial will be required Sleeves are to be distended by means of bird cages in the upper part the lower half to be close fitting Plain skirts must go Paniers are in style again Walking skirts are tobe shorter than everthree or four inches from the floor but skirts for reception gowns or dressy frocks of any kind are to be worn long all the way round Note the phrase all the way round No trains are anywhere in sight Styles of 1830 are good These are the edicts sent forth by thope who set the styles and demonstrated oy the two rival conventions now being held HALLS 1 CURES IY TIE CAUSE A fees that trveblet tho Mtf the tell Could my old 100 in the city one in the Fine Arts building and the other in the audi torlamaMrs B A Whitney of Kew York speaks for the International Dressma- Kers association at the auditorium and Mme Baker of Chicago and Aims Linda Wade of St Louis are the fashion authorities of the Nation al Dressmakers association at the Fine Artt building- In spite of business differences these high priestesses of fashion agree on the points of style as mentioned A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting hips to die and a son ridIng for life 18fmiles to got Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesvllle Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night IILike marveloae cures of I Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Colds and its I Coughs Grip prove matchless merit for all Throat andII Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50i and 100 Trial bottles free Short Hayuea drug store atII GREAT DAY AT FAIR St Louis Sept 15Today is St Louis day at the Worlds Fair The crowd is by far the greatest that has been seen on the grounds and the management is confident that it will count up for the day and evening close to 400000 The afternoon news papers stopped running their presses at 1SJ Oclock many wholesale TitMwes closed during the entire day and all of them in the afternoon and all the principal retail stores closed their doors at noon Every avenue of ap proach fothe fair was crowded andw for the first time the street hallway lines were overtaxed daring the rush hoursCASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 6iguatgre of VEGETABLE SICIL- IANilairRenewer 1Igray hair then keep it Perhaps not then rememberHails Hair Renewer always restores color to igray hair Stops falling hair alsoU7a an1A0M r N INCLINED to be CONSTIPATED An inclination to be constipated is a common symptom of the American people There is no question but that this is due in a great measure to indigestion and that indigestion comes from indiscretion of diet Let foods be daily eaten like DR PRICES WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD and there would be no constipationno sour stomachno formation of gasasit5made from the whole whoatborry baked at a high temperatureall indigestible J matter remo- vedPalatableNutritiousEasy 4J of Digestion and Ready to Eat ont 1d1Mil signature Q Q tiervpactacn 6 tUt YRGCGvDr Price tho creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder end Delicious Flavoring Extrnc i A cook book containing 76 excellent receipts for using the Food mailed free toanyaSdrtist Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago III For Sale by V G BABBAGE SON Cloverport Ky Sanfords Fine Inks S Mucilag In full assortments pf handy size bottles I j Library and photo pastes to boot t t- JNO D B ABBAGE School booksetc f t 1 FYS ff i 0 n r Tnri rifr j1 t II I 1 t 1 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 21 1004 GOES TO JAIL QJohn Butler of lIarned Dealed In Spirits And Is Held Over To Grand Jury t i John Butler colored who was arrested G on the eighth day of this month by Deputy Marshal Ullliland on th charge of selling liqnor without a license was presented in federal court this afternoon for his prelim unary hearing says Tuesdays Owens boro Inquirer WR Whitworth a witness said thnt he lived in Harned AprillastC ky fron Butler nt Boras Brecken ridge county Ky and paid twenty cents tor them Ben Huffine stared that tie lived three miles southeast of GartieldKy and last June he bought n pint of booze from Butler at Earned and a day or so later he bought another pint tram him in Buras paying fifty cents for each pmt John P Tucker who lives in Mp Coy Ky bought on or about the niptu of April a drink of whisky ifrom Butler at Barns and paid hImI top cants for its Butler was held over until the ned meeting cf the grand jury and as heI could not give bond he was locked up TIIREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottles or ChambcrlalnsjCollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while serving on a petit jury in al murder case at Edwnrdsville county seat of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate someI Itreshand it gave me cholera morbus In a very severe form I was ii ti senidrug store a certain cholera mixture but the druggist sent me a + bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead sating that he bad what I sent for but that this medicine was so much better he would rather send it to me I in the fix I was in I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose qured me entirely Two fellow jurors were nflllcted Iin I the same manner and one small bot tle ouredthe three of us Fo sale by Short n Haynes 4THEBLARNEY STONEII j From the GaelCLast ytar while in the south of Ire land tpaid a visit to Blarney Castle and while there had the experience of kissing the Blarney queell stone famous in song and story j One of our party having gone J through the ordeal before volunteered to Kiss the stone first and chow nsII now it is done When it is under stood that you are attempting t kiss a stone set in the outside wall and you on the inside one can guess that ft is no easy task It is best tto take off your coat and wntcn andII chain and empty your pockets There in an opening as it were In theII floor You sit on the edge of this catch hold of two bars in the wallJJ and lower yourself backward downI the opening till you are able to stretch out and reach the stone AsII you do this the rest of the party hang on toyour legs The precaution of taking oft the lwatch and chum and removing money I t from your pockets is a very wise one as you have to hang nead downward to get at the stone I The Cause of anyII Sudden Deaths t There Isa disease prevailing In lhisII country most 1 pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance blood will attack vital organs or z kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell cell Bladder troubles most always result from t a derangement of kidneys and a Is obtained quickest a proper treatment of the kidneys if you are feeling badly can make ho mistake taking Dr Kllmersf1- t SwampRoot great kidney liver and bladder remedy If corrects Inability to hold urine and scaldII Jng pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to 7 go often during day and to get pp many times during the night The mild and extraordinary effect of SwampRoot soon realized It stands highest Its wonderful cures of most distressing cues a SwampRoot Is pleasant to takp and sold by alll druggists in fiftycent andonedollar I mayhave t this wonderful new deceptive byitheartI the th- ekidneypoisoned the the by the cure by by the the the is the for the dls th2tielial Horn swampRoot may sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer do Co A t Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paperbal I Dont make any mistake but remember tho f tame Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swamp the Hoot and the address Binghamton N Y J q on every bottln 1 t- e q Jin Ancient Foe To health and happiness is Scrofula as ugly as ever since time immemorial It causes bunches in the neck dis figures tho skin inflames the mucousi membrane wastes the muscles weak I ens the bones reduces the power of rnsistanc Qtp disease and the capacity for rccpvejry and dovelops into con sumption A bunch appeared on the left sldo a- my t neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sorerI went Into general decline I wns persuaded to try Hoods Sarsapnrllln and when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have sinceeTroy Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thousands rMRS AMMONS RITESI ftI j j 1 FROM TilE FAR WEST m I i r r = Delano Ual Sept C 1004 Editor Breckenridge News Dea Sir As I nave seen so many letters written from here to our nome pa pers I will try and tell you something about California as I see it We came to Treano county first and spen about two months there and I can truthfully say it is the most oeantiful place in the winter anyone ever nee I wish to see Flowers bloom in the yards and grass is pretty and green ripe oranges and lemons hang on tho trees surrounded by green leaves and you could hardly pave the bluesI 11bavAin the summer mouths but I know it Is more beautiful than in the winter for the trees are airtull o ripe fruit ana the grape vines are hanging with melons grapes fu they never hive a lailure in the fruit crops here We letf Tresno February G an spent about seven weeks in the Sierra Nevada mountains in Mari posa county We were in a gold mining district and in the summer the cattle ranchers herd their cattle over the mountain sides I liked mountain life pretty well for i seamed line life back in old Kentuckv where the rooks and hUh are I lov Kentucky as well as anyone but have no desire to go back there to live again for when you have spent one winter where you can sit without fire itrmaKes you shiver to think of piling on wood as high as your head and sitting with one side to it and tbeII other sidefeeling like a cake of Kentucky is all right in the summer time but not in the winter The last of March we came to De lano and have been here five months This is not a very pretty place but it is healthy for it is a rare thing to hear of anyone being sick unless the get hurt some wayII My husband a grocery butoI what we sell things as cheap Here as Iwe did at AinmonsKy our old home Every homo here has water piped I all around the house and many have it in the houses You cant have it I there for Dines freeze and burst As to steeping out of doors I will I say tnat the wealthiest families 1nII the State do that for we do not have any dew and the mosquitoes will not bother in the open air for thero is always a cool breeze stirring The thermometer registered 110 degrees above yesterday but wr did not suffer with tne heat as much as we would m Kentucky at UO degrees and sunstrokes are unknown here I would like to see my old friends in Kentucky and expect to some day if I live long enough but never expect to come bank to live Mens wages rage from 150 to 500 and 11000 according to the kind of work nnd women get 100 per day and a room furnished so you are out nothing but you clothes- I can sit on my front porch of a Sunday and sae French Spanish Portugues Mexican Italian German and American children in ono crowd As a rule though the American children do not associate with the otbrer- natIonaUUesmuch There are three hotels in tills place and they all do a good business Land is cheap in this section of the country but it will not be so longI the rancher are patting in pump rag plants and I think the day is not far off when we will have all the water we need and then this plane will come to the front I was in pretty bad heatlh the first six months we were here but now am feeling a great deal better ands Mr Haddock aid in his letter tOo many people come out here nearly dead and expect to get well in a month or two You will have to stay MX months or more before you get acclimated and after that time you expect to improve some If my letter misses the waste I may write again some time With best wishes for the Ne cs and editor I w111 close Mrs Lorna L Ammona I NOTHIN DOING Everything Quiet Politically at Ilardinsbnr The Boss Need ed to Start Ball There is absolutely nothing dolng in politics at the county seat There isnt a Democrat or a Republican tissith ginpar enough m him tolsay a word about wanting office Henry Moorman seems to be the onlyman around the burg withany backbone at all He wants to be county judge and is not whipping things around the bush walting to be urged to make the race but comes out squarely and above board and says he wants it and I+ asking his friends to support him Now there is Judge MilUr the present enoumbont who wants the Tiilice again just as bad as he ever did but hes not saying anything Most too early he thinks to say any thing waiting to be urged And there is Joel Pile hes just feeling aroundhI muy be if the people want Drlskellran old stager says he willjumke the race either for judge or county super- Intendent of scnoola if sufficiently urges Judge Ahl has his hat cooked histseat in his old stand if things suit him Bill Hook in mellowing up ii notdsaying anything just waiting The candid opinion of the News is that as soon asLlttleAlht comes home and lines up the situation and finds out how the land lays the boys will all drop into line and do whitI Boss Milt says do Hes the power behind the throne in Brnokenridge advicef I county politics Democrats and Re of the News to Boss Milt is to come toirolling NamesdEverything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel salver E C DeWitt Co of Chlcgao discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itch eczematcuts burns bruises and all skin gusheThis has given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe genuine Sold by All Druggists THE LAW REQUIRING SCHOOL ATTENDANCE That every parent guardian or KentcukyI i ages fourteen years skal be required to send such child or children annu ally at least eight weeks of = which attendance shall be consecutive to some public or private day or night school for children Provided how ever Tnat this act shall not apply in any case where the child has been or suchIandIwnoseIimpracticableIortine public school district orboard of education of the city in which the parent guardian or person having control resins upon it being shown to their satisfaction that the parent guardian or person having control was not able by reason cIf poverty to clothe such child properly or that he or she has alreadv acquired the ordinary branches required by law or that there is no Waite school in the case of white children or colored school in case of colored children taught within two miles by the nearest traveled road FINDS 1000 PEARLA pearl valued at 1001 has been found In the Ohio river by John E Babin of Newbnrg Iud It weighs 3D grains and is the largest pearl ever found in the lower Ohio it is said Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years I Returning from the Cuban war I was a perfect wreck DI was tail aid my health was gone lint a few Joltlea of Arara Sanaparllla completely cured me II 0 DOBHLKII Scranton Pad 9100 a bottlea a A TIm oo All 10011 11111 drllflrprlltfor araiawar Impure hood ingthegjewels iTlTlTlYiTi CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums 11ow Would You i I Like a Check LiKe This f I ConteotWePresidential Vote Contest 0 1 JI fj Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2cent stamp entitle you In addition to A qersIthatYou can send as many estl 11 mates as desired Grand First Prize of 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests Wo also offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee of will be the total vote cast for for all can k at the B 8 1904 1 In 1000 for For in office 0 on or W 5 1904 we will give first r for the to the next etc etc as t 1 First Prize Second Prize 2 Prizes each 6 Prizes 10 Prizes 20 Prizes 6000 60 Prizes 2000 260 Prizes 100011300 Prizes 600 2139 TOTAL How Would Your Name Look One These Checks Everybody uses coffee If yoU will use LION long to get acquainted with it you will be suited and there is no other such value for the money Then you will take no otherand thats why we And we are our so that both of well as get a benefit Hence for your Lion GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Package o- fLIONCOFFEESPICE WOOLSON CO CONTEST TOLEDO OHIO lYe thn dui I We Wormyou think we cannot make bug I out paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high We What popular President votes dldates combined election November election 13959653 people voted President nearest correct estimates received Woolson Spice Comm panys Toledo before November prize nearest correct estimate second prize nearest folibws S26OOOO 1 100000SGOOOO 1000002OOOO 100000 10000 100000 100000 100000 260000OOOOOO PRIZES 2000000 on of COFFEE enough convinced advertise using ndverUsing money usyouas wewill hefts WE AND Every DEPT s Do gies grade II can but we wont The Geo Delker Cos sands for good work and good material in every part where you cave see it and where yoU caltt There is less profit in this kind of work but more satisfaction to both maker and user If its new and uptodatewe make it Remember the buggy makes the name not the name the buggy The Geo Delker CoII ojfA120 to 129 Elm Street Henderson Kentucky Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory a Buy your I j I SchoolSupplies t J J i from 1 Jno D Babbage w f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 21 IDol TARFORK Gold Dust is the best Hour l Little Manard Keenan is bedfast with white swelling Mrs Annie Marlow has retnrne from n visit to Patesvllle V Miss Mary Jacson wai a guest of Miss Bulah Rice Wednesday night Miss Jessie Bowman of Jolly1si visiting her cousin Miss Bnlah Rice Mrs Pearl Jackson is at Jolly under treatment of Dr Lynch for malaria feverWill Mason and wife made a visi t last week to her sister Mrs T H ChancellorRev L Goff and family were iIn Ohio and Daviess counties Visiting relatives recently Mrs O W HendricKson and children are visiting her parents Mr and MrsD H Wilson Ivan Bates has returned to Owens boro utter a two veeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs T H Bates Miss Lula Bnckey of Balltown visited Mrs L 0 Taul and MIss Minnie Marlow Saturday and Sunday Eli Jaoksnu and sister Maxie havi returned from a weeks visit to taei aunt Mrs Lida Smith of Graysoi county BEWLEYVILLE Gold DUet is the best flour Dr W L Cain spent Sunday at his old home- Mrs Bettie Jarrett and daughter Miss Susie have gone to Illinois Miss Clam Jordan has been spending a fortnight with Iriehds in Louisville Quite a lot of tine tobacco hung 01 iHcaffold and took the heavy rain Sun dayMisses Annie and Lena Compton recently visited friends at Walnut Grove Misses Zeltna Strother and Oil Shuujate of Big Spring attended the Association Saturday irs R M Hardawny or St Char les Mo who has been visiting he father John Cox has returned home Messrs Charles Blanford and Thos J Jolly and others went to Hardins burg Saturday to assist in organizing a council John A Jarrettof Illinois formerly of Meade county was married recent- lytl to n young lady living where hi now resides W H Cain Sr was badly hurt bj a fall last Tuesday bqt good nursinj and careful treatment of himself brought about quick recovery From 148 to 92 Pounds One ofJhe most remarkable cases of n cold deeu seated 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 The coughing and straining so wakened me that I ran down t n weight from 148 to 12 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One minute Cough Cure Four bottles of tIns wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cougd strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by All Druggis- tsLODIBURU Gold rust is the best flour Miss Maggie Cashintm is very ill Protracted meeting has closed at Walnut Grovp Mr and Mrs Jaunts Bruce visited Mr and Mrs J C Argabright Satur dayGrover L Severs of Hnrdlnsburg vlsltel his parents Saturday anti SunI dayIThe feu cream upper was n freeze out at G W Cachmans Saturday night Warden Bandy of Union Star at tended church at Wanftit Grove last Thursday Elias Lanuians and Mips Sylvia Norton of Raymond attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday Misses Mary Bessie and Pearl Argabright intended childrens day fervlces at Freedom last Sunday John and Charlie Brown of Rho d delia spent Sunday with their cous ins James and Willie Avitt of this place Fearful Odds Against Him ltedriddan alone and destitute 1 Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens Versailles O 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 feetjn short order and now he testifies Im ou the road to complete jrecovor Best on earth for Liver und Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach andJjuwel Complaints Only 5j Guafaateed by Short Ilip ggists A aJr- L SLEEP For Skin Tortured Babies and Rest for Tired Mothers In Warm Baths wi- thticU4 H SOAP et y And gentle anointings with CUTICURA Ointment the great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of emollients Itmeans instant relief and refreshing sleep for tortured disfigured itching and burning babies and rest for tired fretted mothers when all else fails Fold throughout the world Cullcurt Soap Ye01n1 n l UK ItMolTcnt c tin form uf Chocolate Coitra Hilt SSt per old uf eDl Jtopoti 1omlon ZT Clutter bout Sq Firli S sue dr isI Pair riuNnnip Columbia Are lutter Druf Chem Corp Sole Prop OfSecd lot lluw to Cure lUby num- oteIRVINUTON Gold Dust is the best Hour Miss PansyParis of St Louis is here theguest of her many relatives G O Darkly is home from the fair at St Louis Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville will be homeSatnrday for a visit to home fOlKS Miss Hannah Pile spent Saturday and Sunday at her home near Mook She attended a reunion of her family Dannie Spradlin came home Friday from his school Will Harper left Saturday for a stay in Cincinnati He will return October 1 H B Kemper W J Piggott and wife Mrs Nntinie Wathen leave about the first of October for the bankers convention at St Louis Misses Emily and Ellen Mnnford leave September 27 for the St Louis fairMr and Mra G T Marshall leave next week for StL oafs Mrs Robert Hendrick let September 18 for Walter Okla to visit her children t Miss Edith Marshall of Louisville who will teach the private school here arrived Saturday night and opened school Monday morning Miss Marshall will make her home with the McGlothluns while in Irvington Mrs Chas Fure of Aledo Ill is visiting the Misses Greenwood and other relatives in this vicinity MrsJJ Brown of Paradise Ky is here with Mr and Mrs W E Brown for an indefinite stay Mrs Leora AdkisFon who has been in Louisville under special treatment tor cancer is much improved She is home for a stay of two weeks Hubert Piggott left Monday for school at Beechmont Ky Little Beauchamp of BewleyvJJle is with her grandparents for a visit Mrs Albert Thompson and Miss Florence Wheatley of near Gaston ire attending the mission at th e Jatholic church and are the company of Mrs Worland Carter- P P Roberts has omit a wing to his house which with other improve ments add greatly to its appearance WEBSTER Gold Dust is the best flour Enoch Norton of Garfield was here last Saturday Payne B Compton arthaving their property repainted Quite a number of mule buyers in town last Saturday Mik e Lyddan has gone to Russel rillle to enter school Three car loads of stock were ship ped from here Saturday Miss Myrtle Lyddan will attend ichool at Irvington this session Thomas Basham of Clifton Mills is building a new residence L h j M Fitctand little son of Cloy erport visited H O Keys Sunday Miss Blanche Payne of Mystic 1Is visiting her sister Mrs H O Keys Mrs James Witt returned Monda from a visit to her parents at Bow leyvilleMrs A J Keys ot Lodlburg was the guest ofMrs H 0 Keys lust Sat urday H C Haddock painter and deco rator of Clifton Mills is doing some work in town At May Bros colt and mule than here last Saturday a nice lot of stock was on exhibition George Lyddan Mr Parrott and Dr S P Parks and family go to thtl Worlds Fair this weeK R D St Clair is erecting an addi tion to his house Andrew Hook of West Point has the contract Farmers generally through this section are making an unusual effort to get a wheat crop sown The advance in price of wheat nas infus ed increased interest in this crop Bucklens Arnica Spine Has worldwide fame for marvellou cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fevo Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infalliatle for Piles Curl guaranteed Only 35c at Short A Haynes Druggists HARDINSBURQ Gola Dust is the best Hour Count court next Monday Work has begun upon the nenMa souio building Charies Dean of Glendeane was ii the city Thursday Mrs Green W Beard is visiting relatives in Louisville Col EL Robertson of Glendeane was in town Saturday Frank Peyton of Falls of Rough was in the city Saturday- T J Moore spent Sunday at Glen deans the guest of friends W S Ball returned home from ia trip to Louisville Saturday Mr and Mrs Wm Hensley returned home from Michigan last week The Rev and Mrs W H Calvert are visiting friends at Fairview Mrs J E Wright ol Louisville is visiting her sister Mlsa Tidy Mer cerCol Late Green of Falls of Rough was in town Saturday on a buslnes tripT J Hook and W S Ball returned home from the Worlds Fair last Wed nesdayAllen R Kincheloe left Tuesday foir St Louis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair Gus Brown and Jno P Haswell Jr attended Squire Drurys court at Bewleyville Friday- B F Beard and Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard returned home from the Worlds Fair Saturday Hon Chas Blanford T J Jslly and T D Jordan ot Bewleyville were in the city last Saturday Floyd Lewis of Bedford Ind was here the first of the week VIsit- ing his father Henry Lewis The Rev W V Hmel of the Baptist church preached at the M E jhurch South in the morning last Sunday At the evening service the Rev P C Duvall of Elizabeth town Presiding Elder of this district occu pied the pulpit m BIRTHS To the wife oCWinfield Hendry Webster Sept 18 a girl To tho wife of G B Farwell city Sept 12 a flay To the wife of W E Brown Irving ton Sept 17a girl NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY In the District Court of the United States for the Western Dtstrlct of Kentucky Owensboro Division In tine matter ofIOBT H STEWART I In BANKRUPT I Bankruptcy To the creditors or Robt H Stewart of Webster in the county of Brecken idge and District aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the lath day of September A D 1904 the said Robt H Stewart was duly adjuca ted bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors wil1e held at the law fllce of J A Dean in Oweusboro Ky 011 the 1st day of October A D 1904 at 2 p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims ap Joint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such other business a nay properly come before said electing Sept ifl 1904 J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy Mrs Thos Martin left Sunday forw- afteraher home at Morganfield weeKs visit to her daughter Mrs G B Farwell Ii Jlti f i 1J l1t NEWS BUDGET Happenings In Various Parts of The World Tersely a Told I WEDNESDAY The Uruguayan government announces that General Apnrlcla Sara via chief of the revolutionists dead Mrs Lawrence Phipps wife of the Plttsburg millionaire who has beer suing for a divorce admits tho cse has been settled Tho national convention of the American Veterans of Foreign Service elected as national Commander James Romants of polumbus 0 John J Fitzgerald a nurse at the City hospital In Louisville Ky was found unconscious and died soon after his removal to the hospital where lie was employed There was a wound on the right temple Arrests havebeen made THURSDAY Sixteen battalions will be dispatcher by tho Turkish government to Prlzrei to suppress Albanian Insurgents The body of William Hampton ol Simpson Ky was found upon tho dissecting table of a hospital In St LouisRobert M McWade United States consul general at Canton China was removed from office by President Roosevelt The steamer Frederick from Baltimore for Savannah with a general cargo aboard is ashoro ort Cut Ofl channel about 20 miles below Baltl moreHenry Southern 18 employed as watchman in floral hall of West Cuya hoga Agricultural association at Berca 0 was fatally shot by ah unknown person FRIDAY Several cases of bubonic plague have occurred at Asuncion Paraguay A strike is threatened on tho Fort Wayne system and its branches of the Pennsylvania road Thieves In New York drovo oft with a truck loaded with clothing valued at 15000 and no trace of tho goods has been discovered The Immense Pullman carworks at Pullman ills have been shut down and practically everybne of tho com panys 7000 employes Is Idle The grand Jury investigating the lynching of Horace Maples at Huntsville Ala has returned Indictments against 10 members of the mob Elijah Gore a negro preacher of Hamilton Ga charged with being leader of a Before Day club has boon captured and Ordered to leave that section ATUROAY A mysterious black weevil which bores into the blooms and bolls of cotton has appeared near Deeds Ala An armed band of 80 bandits has appeared In the village of Collmcs Ecuador pillaging and destroying the telegraph lines Near Findlay 0 Mrs Homer Green was instantly killed by being struck by a falling farm bell which had become loosened The steamer San Gottardo flying the American flag recedtly arrived at Yokohama loaded with cannon and dynamite for the Japanese i By a boiler explosion at tho Reran court brewery in Clhclnnatf Joseph Lelnhart was killed and Edward Wund seriously wounded At Woods Holl Mass Seaman Cecil Cloy Young of the battleship Missouri was drowned as the war vessel was putting to sea to avoid a galo At Chester Pa the warehouse of the Fayette Manufacturing company together with 60000 bags of mag neslte was destroyed by fire entail ing a loss of 300000 only partly in sured 31 OX DAY In a class rush between freshmen and sophomores at Purdue university 30 received injuries some of which are serious The Bristol hotel Cincinnati was damaged 20000 by fire causing a panic among Che guests but all es caped unharmed- At Baldwin Mo an automobile CQn tamping four occupants went over an embankment killing one of them and injuring the others A reward of 5000 Is offered for the capture of the bandits who held up the Canadian Pacific train at Mission Junction and robbed the express car The campaign of the Democrats and Populists of Nebraska who have fused on state issues was opened with an ox roast and picnic at Lin coln The White Star lino steamer Celtic from Qtieenstown for Now York car rled 3350 souls believed to be the largest number over taken on a vessel from a British port In superior court at Grand Rapids Mich Judge Nowham sentenced James McCool apd J Clark Slocum who pleaded guilty to bribery in the Lake Michigan water deal fining thorn 500 each TUESDAY Five masked men blew open the lafo at the Toledo and Ohio Central depot at Wapakoneta with nitroglyc erin and got 100 for their trouble The Herreros who wire surrounded in German Southwest Africa by Ger ijan troops have escaped and the cam paign will be Indefinitely prolonged September 12 was observed as a holiday In Maryland in honor of the battle of North Point fought in 1814 In which the state militia defeated the British and saved Baltimore from apture t Lr jJ 1jhW it L JUi- i 11 Market Report TGRAIN AND STOCK PRICES FOR TilE WEEK I CLEVfeti AND Cattle Choice W dry fed steers 1260 Ibs up U 7605 50 good to choice 1000 to lwOO Ibs 4 254 76 fair to good 900 to 1000 lb 13 254 25 choice hetfcrs 3 751 25 choice fat bulls 3 003 25 choice fat cott J3 00 05 25 fair to good S2 2502 75 old thin cows SI 251 60 choice to fancy milkI cons and springers 140 0045 00 Sheep and Lambs Oood to choice lambs J5 75 6 00 fair to good 5 605 65 culls and wether sheep 3 764 25 good to choice mixed sheep 3 253 75 fair to good S3 003 50 culls to common S2 003 00 good to choice yearlings U 004 60 good to choice ewes 3 003 50 Hogs Yorkers G25G 30 medium and heavy 6 306 35 pigs 40 00 stags and roughs 4 0005 25- CHICAGO Cattle Good to prime steers J5 006 23 poor to medium 43 25 515 00 stockers and feeders 2 003 75 cows fl 254 50 heifers 42 004 75 canners 1 2502 00 bulls 42 0004 10 Texas fed steers 44 5005 50 western steers 43 504 75 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice wethers 43 5004 25 fair to cholco mixed 43 0003 50 western sheep 43 004 Obi native lambs 43 000 6 20 western lambs 44 0005 50 Calves 43 0006 75 Hogs Mixed and butchers 45 100C 10 good to choice heavy 45 600 C 00 rough heavy 44 9005 45 light 45 4006 10 WheatNo 2 red SI 17 Corn No 21 62Uo OatNo 21 SVAc EAST BUFPlLOCaltlo urbrochoice export 44 9005 1Gshlpplng steers 44 404 90 butcher cattle 44 400 4 90 fair to good 44 0004 40 hollers 42 7501 25 fat cows 42 6003 75 bulls 435Off3 75 good to choice milkers and springers 430 60 fair to good 420 000 30 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings 44 6005 001 wethers 44 250 4 60 mixed 44 0004 riewes 43 750 410 spring lambs 44 505 60 Calves Best 47 6008 25 Hogs Ueavlee 46 25 06 35 mediums 46 2506 35 Yorkers 43 2506 45 pigs 46 0006 20 roughs 45 2505 50 stttKe 44 0004 76- PITTSBURG Cattle Choice 45 600 6 75 prime 45 2605 50 good 44 800 6 15 tidy butchers 44 404 80 fair 43 OS 04 30 green coarse and rough fat steers 43 2504 25 common 42 8003 60 com mon to fair heifers 42 7503 76 common to good fat cows 42 0003 76 common to good fat bulls 42 0003 76 good fresh cdws and springers 430 0045 00 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 44 S04 50 gOld mixed 44 0004 25 hair mixed 43 60 03 85 yearlings 43 004 SO lambs44 00 06 10 Calves5 1I0G70 Hops Prime heavy 46 3006 36 mediums and heavy Yorkers 45 4Qtf 45 light York ers 46 250G 35 pigs 46 006 20 NEW YOUK Cattle Steers 43 400 6 60 halfbreeds 43 8503 90 bulls 42 25 03 60 cows 41 2503 60 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 426004 00 lambs 45 35 06 37 culls 44 00 Calves Veals 45 0008 76 Hogs State and Pennsylvania 46 6006 65 WheatNo 2 red 41 19U CornNo 2 57c Oats Mixed 3536e- CINCINNATIWheat No2 red 41 17 1 IS Corn No 2 mixed 56066c RyeNo1t47 62 Bacon 48 76 Hogs 44 000 6 15 Cattle 42 lOC 90 Sheep 41 000 3 40 Iambs 43 5036 00 BOSTON Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nla XX and above 34035c X 3031c No 1 33034c fine unwashed 2425c quarter threeeighths and halfbipod unwashed 2S02SC fine washed delaine 36036c TOLEDO Wheat Jl 17 corn 67c cats 32io rye 77o cloverseed 47 15 h OPENS OCTOBER 3 The Democratic campaign will be opened all over the State on October 3 Senators McOreary and Blackburn and probably a number of distinguished speaRers outside of the State will be present ana speak on the first day COMMISSIONERS SALE Brccklnrldge Circuit CourtKentucky At n Skillman Trustee c riulntltr I l Equity No fLuuraDrucocf By virtue of a Judgment ahd Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court ren dered at May Term thereof 1004 In the above cause for the sum of Three Hun dred and Ninety Nine Dollars and Six ty Cents 39960 with interest at the rate of 0 present per 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 Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auc tion on Monday the 20th day of Rept 1104 nt one oclock PMor there about being County Court day upon a credit Six and Twelve months the following described property to wit A certain tract or parole of land situated lying and being in the Coup ty of Brockenndge and State of Ken tucsy on the waters of Bull creek and beginning at two ashes now dead and down Burditts corner in Hestons line thence with Burditfs line N 050 W 100 poles to sassatras on Murrays corner thence with Murrays linn N 80 E 100 poles to a Spanish oak originally marked thence S 80 E 84 poles to a small bush thanes 04 poles to the beginning containing 40jif acres more or less and is the fame land conveyed to Anderson DeHaven by John Daniel and Mar garet Daniel by deed dated April 18th 1874 and recorded in deed book 30 at page 30 in Breckenridge County Clerks ofu e Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bohd bearing legal interest from the say of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Loin retained to secure payment ot purchase money Bidderstwlll be prepared to Comply promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 43730 Lee Walls Cbmmissilmer r DR PI C MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices Superintendent Public OfL xliitonKjrSayi WorksIPerunii ts an Excellent J 11 Hlpplegate Supt of Publlo Works 61 West 6th st Lexington Ky writes I find that Poruna is an excellent medicine especially for catarrhal affec tions and all diseases leadIng to con Biilnptlon bronchial troubles or stomach l troubles It also acts as a provonlatlvo and keeps tine system ln A healthy con dition so that It easily throws off disease It is an cxccllpnt tonic and a great appetizer and as a largo number of those who have been using It speak very highly of its cuiratlvo powers lam eatlsllcd that my opinion of ll is correctrand that It is dcservlngof high praise- J II Illpplcgato- Pcruna is tho remedy for catarrh Al most everybody knows that by hearsay and thousands know it by experience Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse An un doubted remedy has been discovered by Dr Ilnrtinan This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the past forty years Poruna cures catarrh in all phases and stages There Is no remedy that can bo substituted If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Feruna write atonco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caste and ho will be pleased to glvo you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of wry Mormon Knnltarhun Columbus CX Wanted t 10000 Barrels distillery apples L D ADDISON Addison Ky v I DrJCBuslil ID 4 M MDENTIST v g WILL BEA- THardinsburgtf R Jj tIJ t Ir The third Monday in every daysUc r- mm ATi1m Irvington J m Friday and Saturday of same m mweek 1 m =Will be prepared to do all f 1 kinds of uptodate l lryj jdentistryI rif h7 i FOR SALE 11 1 r 1 i e t IS My entire stock ofbgoods consisting of 0- I everything that is dxfatcarrieds- edate store alga tl A good location for a 6 firstclass merchant boa Call on or address iJatito- w61E Morris W Co 1 1rest11 BewleyvillQ Kywf ry