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Tr r icr TIDE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSw yV- u ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I+ 1 I VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1904 8 Pages NO 11rIJASBMcCREARY OPENS CAMPAIGN For Parker and Davis in Cuunty Makes Fair Strong Argu cment For Ills Party SOME OTHER POLITICAL NEWS Hardmsbnrg Sept 27Speclal Senator James B McCreary of Rich mond spoke for Parker and DavIs at the courthouse Saturday to an audi ence ot about aJO persons He was presented in an appropriate Introductory speech by Judge N McC Mer cerThe Senator spoke about an hour and a half making a fair and strong argument free for abuse and vituper ation He first reviewed the national conventions saying that the Republi can convention was cut and dried run bvone man but that the Democratic 4wKventY6a was the most enthusiastic convention he ever saw audjthat the delegates themselves settled every question that came up for conslderne tion He praised highly Judge Parkers gold telegram and said it evinced his courage and principles He discuss ed the claim of the Republicans that they bad brought about prosperity and stated that the praise for the prosperous condition of the country was attributable to Uod In speaking of reciprocity treaty was negotiated 1850 under Prsei dent Pierce with Canada That the Republicans had only made one such treaty that with Cuba and Ithat they had been forced to do that On the question ofthe trusts he said it had been the policy of the Republicans to foster them and argued that the only remedy was tariff revision which he heartily favored A A portion of his speech was devoted presidentrQi 1 p said is an egotist overbear ing and dictitorial contrasting these characteristics with the judicial tem perament of Judge Parker He discuSS- Ed the negro question in this connec tion quite at length saying that the presidents policy had gain raised sectional animosity and hatred which was being rapidly alloyed by the policy of the southern states Toward the close cf his speech the Senator discussed what he claimed to be a new question in American poili tics that of retaliatory tariffs Fe stated that France Germany and Russia had enacted retaliatory laws against the United States in particu tar and that it would have the effect of lessening the export of our surplus products to these countries He also referred to the attempt of Joseph Chamberlain to revise the free trade policy of England and enact a tariff law ther- In reUnrring to State politics he- 1ald tbatthe Democrats ought to rule- rI jffentucky since they cast two + ttTtrds of the white vote and own I twothirds of all the property He said that on the indictment against Taylor for complicity in the murder of Goebel was already written the verdict Guilty and that there was a hangmans noose prepared Ipr him at Franktort The Senators reference to William Jennings Bryan evoked the most vig orous applause occnring during the whole course of his speech showing that the Nebraskan still holds the affections of the voters Not more than 800 people heard the apeech which seems to clearly in dicta that generally speaking the voters are not taKing much interest in politics tnU year ARE AFTER MOORMAN Hardinsburg Ky Sept 27Spe cialSenator Gus Richardson of Gnston was here Saturday to hear 1e speech of Senator McCreary and Jtd nijjwlth the politicians of the county He says he is in the race to succeed himself as State Senator and that be will win It is stated that lie favors a rimary as the method to select the nominee So tar as the entries now stand there are only two candidates Rich ardOwenof Lewispoit being the other It is reported that pressure IS toeing brought to be on the Hon D U Moorman to become a candidate and some of his friends thins he will finally yeild to their solicitations It is also said that a prominent man from Hancock will also enter the field If all these respective candidates ehonl0unce it would make u atren roar race and no one could pre dict the outcome I MAP SHOWING HOW THE JAPANESE ENCOMPASSED THE ARMY OF KUROPATKIN AND CAUSED IT TO RETREAT TOWARD HARBIN The map will show at a glance the positions occupied by the Japanese and the Russians near Llnoyang at what was generally regarded as the crucial moment of the Manchurlan campaign Had Kuropatkln been able to hold Llaoyung sufficiently long to get reenforcements from Ilnrblu he could have cut Kurokls army in two Oku being later defeated Nodzu would also have fallen an easy victim But the Japanese lied provided against such a contingency While their three generals were menacing the city from the semicircle formed about It Kuro kl detaching a considerable force crossed the Tnltse river nnd throwing Kuropntking Hank almost Into Llao yang forced that commander in order to avoid being entirely surrounded to make a hurried retreat to tho railroad whence he proceeded to the northeast towurd liarbln via Mukden AS VIEWED BY PARKER Public Policy the Burden of the Judges Letter of Acceptance REVIEWS MANY STATE PROBLEMS Panama Canal the Filipinos Tariff Reform Pensions and Governmental Expenditures Among the Themes Discussed Esopus N Y Sept 2GTarltY ro form Imperialism economical admin istration and honesty in the public service are hold by Judge Parker to be the leading Issues of tne campalgn These and other problems of state are discussed at length in the judges let ter accepting the Democratic nomina tion for the presidency The commun Icatlon is addressed to Hon Champ Clark chairman of the notification committeeIAt the outset Judge Parker discusses what ho terms imperialism saying If we would retain out liberties and constitutional rights unimpaired we can not permit or tolerate at any thno or for any purpose tho arrogation of unconstitutional powers by the execu tive branch of our government Al ready the national government has be come centralized beyond any point contemplated or Imagined by the founders of the constitution How trw mendously all this has added to tho powor of the president Tho Issue of Impprlalism which has been thrust upon the country involves a decision whether the law of the land or rule of individual caprice shall govern There is urgent need at tho present time holds the judge for tariff reform He says the DIngley tariff is excessive In many of its rates and unjustly and oppressively burdens the people and continues It secures to domestic manufacturers singly or in combina tion the privilege of exacting excessive prices at homo and prices far above the level of sales mado regular ly by them abroad with profit thus giving a bounty to foreigners at the expense of our own people Its unjust taxation burdens the people generally forcing them to pay excosslro prices for food fuel cjothlng and other nec essaries of life Such duties havo been and will continue to be a direct incentive TO the formation of huge industrial combinations which secureI from foreign competition are enabled to stiflo domestic competition and practically monopolize home market Of the trust question Judge Parker says I pointed out In my earlier response the remedy which In my judgment can effectually be applied against monopolies and the assurance was then given that If existing laws Including both statute and common law proved Inadequate contrary to my expectations I favor such further legislation within constitutional lim stations as will best promote and safeguard tho Interests of all the people Reciprocal trade treaties between the United States and the worlds great nations are urged the judge stating these would inure to the ben efit of both the manufacturer and con sums The method by which the ad ministration acquired the Panama canal route Is held to be a source of regret but the construction of the wa terway he remarks should be promptly performed Against Entangling Alliances Under tho caption foreign relations theo Judge observes The recent American invasion of foreign markets In all parts of the world has excited tho serious apprehension of all the great Industrial peoples It is essential therefore more than over to ad here strictly to the traditional policy of the country as formulated by its first president and never In my judgment t wisely departed fromto invite friendly relations with all nations while avoiding entanglingalliances wltlnany Such a policy means the cultivation of peaco Instead of the glorification of war and tho minding of our own business in lieu of the spectacular Intermeddling with the affairs of other nations o Judge Parker favors doing for the Filipinos what we have already done for the Cubans adding I favor mak Ing the promise of independence to them now that we shall take such ac tlon us soon as they are reasonably prepared for It It will tend to stimu late rather than hinder development Liberal pensions are favored for surviving soldiers and sailors of tho civil war but the writer avers that the na tional Democratic platform denies tho right of tho executive to usurp the power of congress to legislate on the subject If elected president Mr Par her says he will revoke pension order No is and adds But I go further nnd say that that being done I will contribute my effort toward the en actment of a law to bo passed by both houses of congress and approved by the executive that will give an age pension without reference to disabil ity to surviving heroes of civil war governmentalfiscal year amounted to 582000000 a thorough Investigation of tho public service and the Immediate abandonment of extravagant expenditures are necessary He concludes Shall economy of administration be demanded or shall extravagance be encouraged Shall the wrongdoer be brought to bay by the people or must juste walt upon political oligarchy Sha jgaur government stand for equal opportunity or for special privilege Shall It remain a government of law or become one of Individual caprice Shall we cling to tho rule of the people or shall wo embrace beneficent despotism Indianapolis Gets It Boston Sept 23 Indianapolis Ind was selected as the meeting place of next years convention of the supreme council Ancient and Accepted Scot tish Rite Freemasons at the closing session of the annual meeting here The report of the trustees presented by General S 0 Lawrence showed In vested funds of 292000 Prince Alerts Fast Mlle Allentown Pa Sept 24Beforo a crowd of 10000 perllns Prince Alert established n new halfmile track rec ord by pacing a mile In 2033 without a wind shield at the Allentown fair races He made the same time at Bethlehem Pa on Sept 19 last year but a wind shield was then used to achieve It Lv+ N d h A Matter ofHealthThere is a quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity t of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom f mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TO HAVE FAIR One For Hardinsburgf Next Year Fine Silk Quilt Other News of the County Seat Hardtnslurg Ky Sept 27Spe cia C V Robertson hds purchased of S A Pate the old fair grounds lying near town on the pike It is his intention to organize and incorpor ate a fair cotnpany and hold an annual fair here in the fall of the year Many of the best business men of the county have heartily approved of the project and agreed to subscribe stock in the enterprize Mr Robertson is very enthusiastic about the matter and says the project will be put through and a fair held next year QUILT BRINGS 100 Hnrdmsburg Ky Sept nSpeo- inJ Tn j congregation of the Fairview church have presented their pas tor tne Rev W H JLalvert with ia silk quilt valued at 440 About Uli was realized from it us all the persons whose names appear on it paid the cnnrch 100 Miss Nettie Tucker wrote to the President for a contribution and he sent her one dollar and the name Theodore Roosevelt is the most prominent one that Appears on the quilt The Rev and Mrs Culvert prixe their possession very highly ACCEPTS CALL Hardinsburg Kjr Sept 27Speo- iuJ The Rev Everett English of Stepheusjiort has accepted the cull from the Baptist church at this place to become Its pastor He preached two excellent sermons to large congregations from that pulpit Sunday WILL PROBATED Hardinsburg Ky Sept 27Spec- ial The will of A R Morris was probated in the county court Monday His two sons Charles and John were appointed and qualified as executors GAME WARDEN Hardinsburg Ky Sept 27Spec- iul J H Lennon of this place has been appointed game warden of the county BREAKS ARM AT 87 Jno K Johnson aged 87 who lives on Pattersons hill about two miles from town fell out of a chair on to tne floor at his home last Wednes day and broke his left arm at the shoulaer The member was set by Dr Llghttoot and Mr Johns on is now getting along nicely despite his age Mr Johnson is one ot the oldest settlers of the county For a man of his age he possesses a remarkably strong constitution SHED FELL ON THEM Patesville Ky Sept 27Special- Late Saturday afternoon while conversing under a barn shed at their home B F Arbra and Port Marlowe barely escaped being killed The shed under which they were standing sud deulv gave way without any warn- Ing and came tumbling down upon them By the aid of friends they were helped out and neither received any injuries DEATH AT LAHANT Lahant Ky Sept 27Special Mrs Peter Styles died Friday at the age of seventyeight The interment was in the Union Star cemetery Saturday A son and a daughter survive i a MADE PUBLIC Will of the Late Frederick Water who Died Angf 25 Pro bated Monday The will of Frederick Walter of this citywho died August 25was probated in county court at Hardinsburg Mon day The will is dated April 2 1883 To the Methodist church of this city is lett 1000 only the interest on this amount to be used beginning two years after death of the deceased To Mrs Eliza Holt the house and lot where she lived is bequeathed with exception of piano also 0000only in terest to be paid her The above goes to her children at death if without children to Mrs Chas Mary Sr As Mrs Holt is dead and died childless this part of the estate reverts to Mrs MayElizabeth Saurs is given 4000 by the will which is held in trust tne interest only to be paid her At the death the whole amount goes to hex child Mattie Sinus is provided for by 500 Chins Snurs is given 2000 Interest on same to bo paid him until he ia thirty years of age For John Saurs 2500 is Held in trust the interest to be tumid him an nually and at his death it is to go to Mattio Snurs To Louis Snurs is be queathed 2000 with the same provi sions The balance of tbb estate goes to Mrs Chits May Sr sister of the de ceased At her death it is to be divld ed among her three sons Chas Water and David If all have attained the age of twenty five If her two daughters Eva and Eliza marry they are to receive equal portions of the estate I W G Smart nnd AB Skillman are appointed as executors The latter qualified as executor Monday DR R PKEENE The dentist representing Taylor Keene Taylor of Owensboro will be nt Dr F L Lightfoots office October 10 to remain one week for the practice of dentistry Begin ning in November Dr Keene will be at Dr Lightfoots office on the first Monday in each month to remain one week TROUBLE OVER TRIFLE Henry May and John F rber were involved in n difficulty over some trilling matter nt Paces tobacco factory Sunday Farber it is said cursed slay who knocked Hint down The trial will probably come up in police court some time this week No arrests were made BRILLIANT RECORD aunelton is making the most brilli ant record in baseball circles of any town its size in this section of the country This season it has defeated the teams of Owensboro Evansville and smaller towns and last Sunday defeated the Fetters considered the second best amateur team in Louis ville by a score of 12 to U BUSINESS NOTICE- I have gone out of business and am compelled tosettle up my accounts as 00 n ns possible All persons owing me are requested tocall and see me nnd come prepared to pay T W Anderson Bewleyville Ky +a01 iWt J n 1 ri I I Headquarters of Gen Stoessel atPortArtnur J I N General Stoessell uaf GENERAL STOESSEL HIS AT PORT ARTHUR AND HIS NEMESIS GEN ERAL NOGI fiver since General Oku shortly after the landing of his army on the Llautong peninsula was ordered north to cooperate with Kurokl and Kodzu General Nosl has been in command of the forces Investing Port Arthur He wns selected for this task bemuse he Is probably the roost patiently persistent commander In the Japanese army General Stoeaselfl stubborn defense of Port Arthur bus been highly praised ELECTION OFFICERS- The election officers for Brecke- ridge county were not published la week because they could not be tea tin in the mAil to reach the Ne office in time The list of ofl1ce for the twentyone precincts is follows Hardinsbnrg No lTice Miller and t Gid Ball judges T H olerk Chas Heston sheriff Hardinsburg No2Ed Gordman and Taylor Beaid judges Robt Weatherford olerk Hawkins Smith sheriff Hardinabnrg No3Richard Miller and John P Haswell Jr Hubert DeJarnette clerK Abe Me dor sheriff Hardinsburg No 9T J Hoo and Chas Oelze judges Geori Gray clerk G S Wilson sheriff Oloverport No lR S Carter and JO Mattingly judges LV Chapin 1 olerk Henry Solbrig sheriff Cloverport No 2Jobn Jennings I and W B Allen judges JJ A Barry clerl1 C Black sheri ff Cloverport No 3S H McCraclcen and Joe Fitch judges W G Smar- clerk C W Moorman sheriff Biltown Alf Hawxins and Cbas WSmith judges Joe Mullen cler- ff H A Walker sceriff- Stephensport V E Minor and L L Mitchell judges Lee Walls clerk fl c Shelluian sheriff Napto leon Brnner judges Alf Caohm- aolerkLeou Caahmon sheriff Mooleyvllle Frank Speak and J C Brodle judges Garrett Vessels cler G B Cunningham sheriff i Websterit D St Clair and A f clerkfIrvington 13at Washington andin CJhag Still judges RM Jolly clerk W G Bandy sheriff Bewleyville Pnelps Walker and Chas BUnfonl judges DC Hero olerk C H Drury sheriff Big SpringCC Martin and W F Norris judges Jon Morris clerk JaM O Lucas sheriff OusterJohn Cook and Tom Benne- judges John M Butle r lfini RaS mond M ador sheriff Hudsonvllle Minor Gregory and Geo Royalty judges Fletcher Mercer e clerk Sherman Tuttle sheriff MOOK John Alexander and J N Butler judges Jack Dyer clerk ILa Milner shtriff- MoDanlelsLon Glasscock and J P Garner judges Joe Glasscock olerk F K Rhodes sheriff GlendeaneJ M Howard and B Whittinghill judges E L Robe son clerk Green West sherff h Rockvale Chas Fisher and Crit Burton judges DN Howard clerk Luther Clemmons sheriff The Board adjourned to meet ITondav Oct 31 1001 Mothers Dont Suffer With Neuralgia Rheumatism Pains in the Back etc Parucauiph 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 it f General Nooi II HEADQUARTERS A CHARMED LIFE WmstHe has been pronounced fatally in timeRs inrst ashis arms and legs His scalp has been torn from his head dislocatedsHis face bas been battered out of resemblance to a human being His ribs have been fractured His lungs have been ruptured He has fallen into a well 33 feet deep handcarstrapezeadislocating bis neck etorey He has been gored by a vicious bull Having a great deal ahead of mm to do in the accident life the buy started early THREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle Of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and RemedytMr G W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience be had fnka mutest case at Edwards vi lie county seat of Clebourne count Alabama He says While there I ate some fresh meat and it gave me cholera morbus in a very severe Corm I was seant to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture but the druggist sent me a Cholerakand Diarrhoea Remedy instead say butSl that this medicine was so much bet tel he would rather send it to me the fix I was in I took one dose of it and was better in live minutes The second dose cured me entirely Two tellow jurors were afflicted i hotu tle cured the three of us For sale by Short S Haynes AN UNUSUAL RECORD isSrecord of the Galespie family who nave been inmates of the Harrison county asylum at Corydon Martha Galespie who has been confined iin the institution tor several years was removed yesterday to the Home for Feebleminded at Logansport She and her child her mother and her mothers father have been eating at the same table in the Harrison county orbsrtr family in the State For the past forty years some member of the family has been an inmate of the asylum Louis rule Post ASUCCEEDS DUDLEY Louisville Ky September 2lTheRev Arthur S Lloyd of New York secretary of the Episcopal board of missions was today elected bishop the Protestant Episcopal diocese ofII Kentucky by the diocessan cou An election was made on the sixteenth ballot The 1vacancy was made by the death of Bishop Thomas U Dudley SKY SCRAPERS DOOMED St Louis Sept 22SkY scraping buildings are doomed according to tbeI prophecy of Professor Lewis Wuarin of the University of Geneva who de livered an address on The Future City in the Urban Community Sec tional Meeting at todays session of I the Internatioal Congress of Arts and t Scienceprofessor Wuarin maintained tha I the individual should be subservient I to the community and declared that from a sanitary consideration high buildings were detrimental to public health and would therefore ultimately disappear from the topography of the future cities He asserted that aIC though property value would be cnrc tailed the increase in the value property on the outskirts of the cities 1 would compensate for other restrlc I time I II HUNTER IS BEATEN I Somerset Ky Sept 22Tho Elev enth district congressional committee I by an almost unanimous vote thi I afternoon awarded the Republican 1 nomination for congress to Edwards 1 over Hunter When the count was finally proceed ed with the committee by a vote fifteen to one decided to throw out the vote of Bell county which according to the Hunter men gave Hunter 1700 and Edwards 006 The I Edwards men claim Bell county cast 1 005 votes for Edwards and 085 fo HuntertWith Bell county eliminated the vote of the committee was 15 to 1 to a ward the certificate to Edwards the I returns showing a vote ct 13215 for Edwaras end 1239 for Hunter a majority of 810 for Edwards Cured of Lame After 15 Years of Suffering lamne back for fifteen years and found acoos complete r in the use of Cham yberlatnsBisher Gillam Ind This liniment is also without an equal for sprains and bruises It is for sale by Sho fc Haynes JHartfordJ countv fair bugan here today and will continue the balance of the week promises to be the most succeasC ulmac meeting in the history of the associa a thou Our country friends should never failtTo buy or order through the mail I TEETHINA for it surely fills The bill for teething childrens ills 1 TEETHINA Aids DigestlonReg slates the bowels of children of an age and makes teething easy an costs only 25 cents at Druggists WAS HERE FRIDAY The Henaerson Route pay train always a welcome visitor in the county was here Friday afternoon IIt brings more money into the county 1 any other one things0 4L rl O 035LX Q Bears throTha Kind You Have Always BougM of EmIJI1 MUST WAKE UP Chairman Hager Says Democrat- 0f State Are Taking Things Entirely Too EasytLouisville Ky Sept 22TheDemocrats in Kentucky are taking things entirely too easy said Chair man S W Hager here tonight He went on to declare that a hard csm paign was before them and that they should awaken to the fact and cease to be over confident Ho says he has neen quoted as predicting a majority of 40000 for the Democrats but he never made any snub prophecy H says 15000 will be more like it Iif the present air of inactivity contin ues He declared that the Republi cans are well organized and have plenty of money They are preparedI to make a sirens tight in the Third the Eighth the Ninth and the Fifth districts He thinks theonly danger is in the inactivity of the Democrats Dont Lie Awake At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracainph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It willlI cost you only 25 cents and ever bottle is guaranteed to give you satisfaction or money refunded SoI why suffer Get a bottle today The Inrndlac or Umlircllnn- Snraknrta is the paradise of umbrellas They arc carried proudly over the heads of every ofllcinl nml every noble innn but invariablyl are shut at the approach of a person of higher rank and Inside the kraton no umbrella urn be carried open except that of the em peror himself The umbrella Is the crown the wand of olllce the outward sign of rank and distinction There are umbrellas of gold inside and out for the emperor ofgohl outside only for the empress with a stripe of eel low satin for the emperors brothers with a wider stripe of the same mate rial for his Illegitimate brothers of white sill with a narrow gold stripe for the Illegitimate sums of the legiti mate brothers and so on ad inflnltum Every official every military ollker exhibits his rank In his umbrella witch Is Invariably held from behint- by nn attendant whenever he leaves his house in sunshine or cloudy weath er There Is an official guide book to the umbrella labyrinth of Surakarta which contains not less than 300 various designs In all imaginable colors and ornamentation Century Cnlvnry Clover strangetsymbolic of the principles of Christianity flourishes In Palestine Calvary clover leaves like those of other clovers are trefoil embodying the doc trine of the Trinity the central truth of Christianity Soon after the plant begins to appear above the ground deep spot of rcdllke blood appears up on each division of the leaf but this disappears after n few weeks J ofDurlug the day the tiny leaflets form themselves Into the shape of a cross and as the sun sinks to rest the lenn i again fold together It has been sagagested as If in prayer In due time the blossom becomes a small yellow fiowII er and then a spiral pod covered with thorns In ripening the lowers inter positionss J many persons they can the outline of a crown Tradition says j that it is good fortune to plant the seed of the Calvary clover on Goo Friday ofOdd AuMtrnllan Animal Australia produces those lowest of the quadrupeds the duck billed water mole and the echidna or Australian I porcupine ant eater They along J the kangaroos may be described am waunnallair j family for In respect of their struc they are of a much lower gradeI than say n dog or a cat This inferl orlty is sent not only in the brain but in many other details of their bodily anatomy III zoological circles the prevalent opinion is that this mole Is a link between birds on the one hand and mam mats on the other These lowest quadrupeds lay eggs like birds the young being subsequently hatched from the eggs whereas in the kanga and all higher mammals the oung are born alive and nourished by of milk Spencer Love Aflnlr rtHerbert Spencer never married Wheu he was twenty years old he had something like a tender affair and he about it in his autobiography hu young Indys affections had nl ready been placed elsewhere anti she buddingItphilosopher day young called and they all went out for walk Spencer says She taking his arm looked over her shoulder C smilingly and rather mischievously to see what effect was produced on me being ah evident suspicion thntJ should not be pleased The revela rich was not agreeable to me but still it did not give mo a shock of a serious kind Robindarc persons present day and not all old women eitherwho belles that killing a robin will bring bad luck According to ancient belief the slormcloud was a huge bird The Arabians represented his wings as measuring 10000 fathoms This birdC lived on worms the latter being rho- treaks of Jlghtnlng accompanying storms The Germans remodeled the JbirdJ kill a robin first meant death by light ulng then bad luck A TALKING TREE IN MCCRACKEN COUNTY nearSHeath this county the people of that section are yet wrought up over talking tree that has been tyr some time says the Paducah flows Democrat Enormous crowds continue to congregate tnere almost every Sunday to hear the strange noisss that emanate from the tree The voice can be distinctly heard and says there are treasures burled at my roots For a time many of the curious thinking people mentioned such a thing with disgust but as the strange titsenow convinced that it is true A party consisting of the most relia ble citizens of the country visited the tree not long since to make a thorough iinvestigation for themselves as to the noises being heard They listened patiently for several hours and were preparing to leave for homo when n sudden crash which has been given many times before the marvelous pro duction of a human voice came The mystery yet remains unsolved and so great has the number of people pantynow dead tensed bv the continuous tram plug on the earth surrounding the treeThe only theory that has been sug gested is that a man was killed under the tree in 1802 and while many do not believe in spirits the facts are PO plai n and the voice can be ebo cannotydispute the tact A family of people who tired there many years ago be o ame EO frightened from the voice they sold their larms at a sacrifice and went West and are now living in Texas Fearful Odds Against Him iiedriddan alone and destitute 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 1gate him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testi ties Im OU the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only 50o Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists MUST REGISTER OCT4 It your voting precinct is in Clover port Hardintbnrg Irvington Steph ensport or Glendeane you had better look up the registration law passed thatayou register on TaesdnyOctober 4 If you do not you can help either Parker nor Roosevelt A list of election officers is published precinctsain Cloverport four in Hardinsburg nd one at Irvington Stephensport and Glendeane each the same officers named for the electron will conduct the registration of voters under the new certificate registration law The intto Op m and all voters except the registerdwill lose their votes m November NEW CHURCH The new Catholic church at Long Lick this county will be 23xbG felt Contractor Dunn will erect the build completedosometime next year including plaster ing and inside finshings Father Henry is the pastor of the enured PiercesGoldenlargely thou any other blood purifier or stomachtonic Bigger sales to day than ever be fore Is that not the true lest P Cures oth ers why not you 1 Makesrich bloodAn tion of nat ures meth od of restoringwaste tissue and a impoverishment the oft ana nervous force is used when you take an alterative extract of herbs and roots without the use of alcohol like Dr Plerces vegetablemedicineand helps in the assimilation of foodorrather takes from the food just the nutri ment the blood requiresf1Dlseoveryurifies eradicatesthe hItbolls pimples and other eruptions that mar and scar the skin Pure blood is essential to good health The weak run down debilitated manypeopleGoldenMedical p thebloodtivity of the bloodmaling glands and it enriches the body with an abundant supply pure rich blood Nomatter how orthemusty Everyday fI pInt of rich arterial blood that is pure reobuUdyesterdays Work j Dr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness e jt Coal Pricesm educedh1l 100 bu m fbuf 200 250 1 p 9 bu 100 m AshmM M ft put on our market 1V loaded by hand and we guarantee W it tobe clear of slack or sulphur ftI f Will fill coal houses on monthy Iij fr payments VII Gregory Go Tk JlV 1 7 JOHN S CULLEY BRICK CONTRACTOR ii Louisville KyII Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS I DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME I BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOOlce over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denfa Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guarantied H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of tbe Courts of lrreckenridgo and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collect road cases and criminal practice License t1o iOfficeSour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath ethef cures Indigestion This new discovery repre thlTexIstthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thlt troubluby finlDthoMr S S Ball ot Rarentwood W YsiS I ins troubled l r7 yearsodobcuredKodol Digests What You EatBottle only I ttmesthekislsiteeotProparedOHIOAIiti Sold by all Druggists 1 ttrerJOK PARKERS BALSAMCltinMi haltIromoteagrowthNeverGrayHairColorCureiaiiluabOcandiQ BUFFALO BILLS SUIT Denver Col Sept 22Convinced brIngIngfalseagainst his wife Col William F Cody will withdraw his suit for di vorce which was due to come up in Sheridan Wyo this weAk He has already written to MM Louisa Cody at North Platte Neb admitting to the womanto whom he has not spoken word in eighteen years that be was misled and that he is desirous of obtaining her forgiveness their relations- to continue as n the past T J MOORE REPORTS- T J Moore chairman of the Breokenridge County Committee lled State yesterday tlllhimta report oountytellingenridge county is In good condition well organized and arrangements com fightFridays WILL GET LATE START The uncertainty of the corn crop is causing aelay in the distilling makIng dlstf11erles ember 1 l f IT r m =The Breckenridge News = 0 =WEDNESDAY September 28 1004 I ARE AT AN EN- Di I No More Panics When Wheat Is li Corn 60 Cents etc Says UpToDate Farming 1 UpToDate Farming official or gan of the American Society of Equity says If it had not been for the A S of E anti UpToDate Farming the 1003 crops would have sold as follows Wheat 75o to 80o corn 85o to 40o oats 25o to 80c This society and its official paper have done more for merican tanning than any other ctors that have been present for many years Some of our admiring friends even give them credit for warding off a panic which was sched uled for 1003 Who Knows True it is that they brought better prices for farm crops ana panics cannpt breed in soil that grows 100 wheat GOo corn 40o oats 12c cotton etc Following are several paragraphs containing news and comment of Interestto farmers which are clipped from the current number of UpTo Date Farming H is probable that the money real ized by the producers for the farm crops this year will aggregate a greater sum than for any other sea sons crops tanners is this not what UpToDate Farming has been contending forl Is there any other paper in the country that has made 1njjarticnlar effort to improve your ricer Are there not many that hooted at the idea Or dont you believe farmers have had any in fluence on prices Do you think they just happened like Topsy l If so what does it mean that farmers are stacking their grain building granaries and holding their crops off the market What does it mean that the elevators and warehouses are groaning not from fullness but trom emptiness Why dont the farmers dump their grain now like they did only two years ago and before and let the other fellows hold it We ask you these questions and will let you answer them because there can be only one answer and we know you will answer correctly 1Many millions of onshels of wheat were marketed this year on the basis of 100 per bushel by farmers wbo were not members of tJto A S of E before they heard of 7the union farmers price 120 It rrsa penny wise and pound foolish policy to stand aloof from the only movement that ever taught a practical way to get equitable prices and has never failed to benefit its members- It does seem that every farmer in the country would embrace the very first i opportunity to belong to sucn an organization They will as soon as GENERAL KUROPATKIN RUSSIAS MILITARY COMMANDER General Kuropatkln who commands Russias land forces In Manchuria is a man who has risen to his present high position without the aid of anything aside from his real or imagined ability and it Is therefore u surprint to his country that ho has made such a poor showing against the Japanese Indeed Kuropatkln has not won a victory In any engagement which could be dignified by the word battle Aside from Viceroy Alexeluff he Is today the most discredited man taking an active part In the war In the east He tins done little else than fall back and his masterly retreats us they are designated In the official dispatches from St Petersburg have Invariably turn ed out to be either routs or something very closely akin a they understand it and the quickest way to get wise is to read the official paperKentucky and North Dakota are manifesting the greatest activity just now with Michigan and Minnesota i tollowing vigorously Sleep ticism as to the ability of farmers to do things is at a discount and grow ing beautifully less Farmers are holding wheat for higher prIceRWe see this in nearly every paper we read There can be only one result They will gAt the highest price and no power on earth can prevent it Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E 0 DeWitt Co of Chicgao discovered a some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding Itch j ing and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns braises and all skin i diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal j This has given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitta the genuine Sold by All Druggists THE CENTURYS INDEX i The Century Magazine has been 1 trying the experiment of omitting the index from the last number of the 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POPULAR VOTE for President In the year 1664 1869 was5 m656lncrease of 4223 per cent lbT2 was6466I65lncreasc of 1294 per cent 1876 was812733Increase of 3010 per cent I860 wasI209400Increase of 947 percent 1884 was 10 OU of 907 per cent 1888 increase of 1330 per cent 1S92 wal12059S51Increase of 596 per cent 1890 was1S93102tncrease of 155 per ce- nt1JOOas1S959 increase of 28 percent 1904 WhVxtwmitbe Figure it Out or guess at IV and send in your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Be careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage of the J SPECIAL PRIZES fonnd that it Is not necesary to print an index for the entire edition but a small edition only has been printed and copies have been sent to persons who desire to preserve their numbers in bound form The publishers of The Century have found out that so many readers of that magazine bind the numbers that it has become necessary to include the index as heretofore in the entire editio- nTELLING TOO MUCH Washington Sept 21 Because it is believed that foreign governments are learning entirely too much re- gardIng the inside workings of the American navy and are picking from the annual reports of the bureau chiefs too much information which should be of a confidential character change will be made this year in the preparation of the annual reports and much that hitherto has been included in these papers will be omitted It also has been decided to limit the unrevised estimates of the bureau offic- eGREAT CYCLING FEAT Albert Hunter a trick cyclist of England is able to accomplish great feats riding his wheel backward Not long ago he made a rnn of fonr miles in twentytwo minutes riding hind wheel foremost Although there were several steep hills on the way Hunter never once iismonnted oar was he assisted in any way He passed three carriages a motor car and several wheelmen 1 i is of was402J 9S5Increase wasllO660 In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY 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perfect There is no such thing as a readymade hat these days All hats are slightly altered until they suit the particular requirements of those who are going to wear them The round hats with high square crowns are to be the hats or winter if onA can judge by the Paris advices yet somehow these hits are not quite as popular this side of the water as in Paris and London The American fanoy runs towards the softer effects Yet it cannot be denied that the tall square crowns are smart The Stomach Is the Man A wean stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Heatlh and strength cannot be restored to any sick man 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 flown limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the Indigestiondyspepsia Sold by All Druggists CAT AND PIG FIGHT Paris France Wild cat and pig fights are the latest things in the way of sport at Lille and these encounters are usually witnessed bv hundreds ot spectators of both sexes At an inn in which a cat and pig fight was going on the flooring fell through carrying almost 100 people Those who were not wounded by the broken timbers were badly cut by the glass of the broken bottles in the cellar into which they were precipitated The cage containing the animals was overturned and the cat spring ing upon several of the ran icstrick en spectators scratched and bit them unmercifullySeveral the injured have since died From US to 92 Pounds One oftfie most remarkable cases of a cold deeoseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that ot Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says Th coughing and straining so wakened me that I ran down i n weight from 148 to 52 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One minute Cough Cure Four bottles of thIs wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by All Druggists JEWISH POPULATION A jewish yearbook has Just been issued for the period from September 10 1004 to September 20 1005 the Jew isn year 0005 containing statistics showing that the Hebrew population of the world is now 10033777 Of this number Russia has 5180401 Aus tria Hungary2070878and the United States 1253218 Germany comes next with 580148 and then Turkey with 400351 Of the 000000 Jews credited to the State of New YorK about 500000 are residents of New York City A Close Shave Often causes a burning stinging sensation makes the face red and sore Paracamph will relieve such troubles instantly Keeps the face smooth surf healthy and prevents inflammation Moral Use Paracampn after shav ing RECORDS BROKEN Worlds Fair St Louis Sept 21 Today broke all records for a single days registration of Kentuckians at the Kentucky building Nine hundred and twenty citizen of the State plac ed their names during the dap on the registers This exceeds oy four persons the next heaviest registration which was two weeks ago today The arrival of the First Regiment of Kentucky State Guard tomorrow is expected to have a tendency toward even increasing the big Kentucky crowds DRYS WIN ELECTION the local option election in Court house precinct Thursday resulted in a great victory tor the drys The vote was 08 for and las against the licens ed saloon Meade County Messenger CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho7JSignature of 1 rfl l j ti 0 NNN N f Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS v ZB F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier i DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S iiInsured against paid on loss time by Richardsonii NNNNN 1 N NN NN NNN NN NN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 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running through Personally Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA MEXICO AKIZONA principal shopping district principal theatres Portland TEXAS 4fROPO i Special Low One Way and Round trip In effect to the Southwest on First and In month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS For Foldersand Descriptive Matterof California New Orleans I of address Lands In the and through tickets apply to neare ARKii F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky eQIss sm1- NN NN N NN N11NN1 N NN IN I I iIi I COMMISSION flERCHANTS i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY S N NN N NN N N N growing popularityof tho Great southwest and the continual Incjcase to that section j especially on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Roundtrip und Colonist OneWay reduced rules datlbeIlCOUra IITho System TOURIST to add to Its already SLEEPING complete train equipment CARS InII of latest pattern In Train No 5 leaving St Louis 835 p m commencing December 15 1i03 and each first and third Tuesday following further notice Returning Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No 6 scheduled to Union Station 720a m all lines Diverging Schedule and rates per double berth as below SOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH 835 pm Lv St LouisFrisco lIy temAr 720 am 433 urn Ar SlrlnltlleldllOO Ar i05 u m 600 am Ar Arm 1040 p m 410pm Ar ParIs 200 Lv 1320 n n 420pm Lv Paris 200Tex MidAr 1160 u m 907 pm Ar Ennis 250 Lv B0 a m 1010 p in Lv Ennis 25O nC TAr 545 u m 610 am Ar Houston 300 Dv 010 pm Returning Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First and Third SaturdaysOMO p m For reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative of Isco System or district representative as follows 1L WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR TII A Svansvllle 11 N N es ss ss Stylisho Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madegyanteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed j HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind Jow J a 0 l Only from city- Everything f Rates Third Tuesdays each South until arrive V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup e 7fq M1 r l 1V t t t- I e Ip i TBRECKENRIDGE NEWS ti JNO D and V Q BABBAQE i Editors and Proprietor ItsIssuedEvery Wednesday 1 Subscription Price 100 a year of- tt 125 if paid at the end of year I OARDS OFTDANKB over flvellnes charged Drat the rate of 10 cents per lineJJ OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5I Coots per line Money In advance rkfizaminethe label on your paper It It Is 1 r U cnotcorrect please notify us When ordering a change In the add tit nbscrlbers should give their old as wellasJJ he new address EIGHT PAGES J 1 WEDNESDAY September 28 1001 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDLIE WE are authorized to announce HenryJJ candidaMoorman as a County Judge of IIreckllIrldjto county subject I to the action of the Dtmocratlc party FOR STATE SENATOR VlE are authorized to announce en W i Owen of Hancock county a candidate I for State Senator from this the 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock Breckenrldge und Monde subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE are authorized to announce Selby nII McCrackcn as a candidate for subject tlve from lireckenrldge county to the action of the Democratic partyII If you have heart disease get mar rigid It is a sure cure Parker ought to send another gold telegram Maybe it would revive em some moreIIt is mighty hard to make a rousing Democratic speech with one foot on the Republican platform Dr Milton Board lootsjust as bigI as any of em around Democratic head quarters at Seelbachs TherA is noth tug that succeeds like success = Carrie Nation IIs going over to yew York to make a raid on Bishop Pot ters subway tavern Carrie is noI respecter of persons in the saloon business i You had better loon up the law on the subject of registration if you live in an incorporated town or you may not be able Ito help either Par ker or Roosevelt in November The twostory residence being erect ed on the lot at the cornor of Main and Second streets for J C Nolte by the Cloverport Real Estate S Improvement g Company is one of the hand somest built in Cloverport in recent years The residence is very artistic from tne architects viewpoint JM Lewis is the contractor Men coming from the South say that section is on the verge of the biggest boom it has ever known and it had a pretty good boom from 1803 41to1002 Tencent cotton is working wonders in the South The Southern steel mills are expecting that the next few years will set them far ahead of their previous highwater mark in that industry I A company IB building a plant at River Side Park near Louisville for the manufacture of a cement to be used for building material The idea I is anything but new and houses thus constructed are not satisfactory says the Hawesville Plaindealer The Spaniards used a like material in the p building of their forts just after tthe discovery ot America Two of them are now standing near St Augustine Florida i The Democratic Campaign com mittee will have 1200 speakers on the stump in Kentucky during the pros I dential campaign this fall Many of the speakers will deliver a large num- beri of speeches The list includes Uov I J C WBeokham Senators J C S r iBlackllUrn and James B McCreary t IOJUe M James Swagur Sherley 1 I BennettIYoung McQuown David H Smith Southr Trimble John R Allen Charles Jr Old fashioned display of farm with rood Old fashioned greeting of friends Broneton W P Kimball H V Mo Chesney U U Gilbert James N Kehoe R Peak A O Stanley J S Morris Morgan Chinn John L Urayot John K HendricK F A Hopkins George E Stone and W T Ellis There id a striking resemblance between Senator McCreary and Judge Milton Board The Senator is not near the speaker that Judge Board was in his palmy days He hasnt the fire nor the enthusiasm of Judge Board We remember the time when the Judge used to fire the Democrats with such enthusiasm that they would ahake that old court house from foundation to rout with their Democratic yells Senator Mc Creary as big a man politically as he isdidnt do it last Monday Wnats the cause of alt this coolness and in UfferenceT Has Democracy changed Is there no life in the old party Has it lost its moorings and strayed off to strange climes and strange gods T There is something wrong some where Democracy is not what it used lo b- eDILIf o lYiuIJVThe leading Democrats of Union Star are unanimous for Dick Owen for senator They say he is a home man they all know him and like him and have no reason for not supporting him for the office Breckenridge NewsAnd every place you go in the dis trict the people think well cf Dick Owen They like him and many of them are for him Above all there is beginning to be a realization of justice in the Clarions claim for the next Senator from Hancock county Each of the other counties have had a term and no man can successfully deny the justice of our claim We are exceedingly proud to see that Breck enridge county is inclined to stand solidly for Hancocks rights Hereto fore we have rendered assistance to Brecnenridge and we shall not fail to do so again Hancock Clarion The Breckenridge News says that mosquitoes in Cloverport are using win openers to make incisions in their victims They may have learned this effective means of blood getting from Federal office holders who ate insert ing a sharp request for campaign contributions into the quivering employesLouisville Times This is the biggest one the TimesI ever told The News hasnt mention ed mosquitoes this summer in fact weve had no occasion to do so They havent bothered us We dont liveI in a mosquito latitude The air is too pure our surroundings are clean pure and healthy and theres no at traction for mosquitoes We dont use can openers but can closers If youI uont believe it just step down to our canning factorv And as to Federal1 officeholders we havent but one in town and hes the postmaster and a loyal one tob He pays his assess ments and never kicks This is one of the Times misfit jokes Railroad managersbank presidents andi business men generally are calculating on a continuance of the present prosperous conditions because crops are good and prices for farm crops are good with rising tendencies Keep the farmers prosperous aud this country cannot have hard times It matters not how expert farmers become in producing grain fruit or fat tock some new form ot exploitation will be discovered by the class ott people who live on their wits and produce nothing to relieve them of every thing but a bare living They may get ahead some years only to slip back other years This win be kept up untilI they make their own prices Exhaustion of fertility in our farm land is responsible for more crop failure and short yields than farmers realize We believe this country will never take its former enviable place as exporter ofr grain until the average yields of ou grain crops are increased The increasing consumption of our own country will come pretty near consuming all wan produce Better prices will soon remedy this however We know tnauy Old time methods for making everybody enjoy themselves and have their friends from every where enjoy it with them farmers have only been waiting for the time when the price of grain will war rant them in buying fertilizer UpTo Date Farming tnTnere is more L this flec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the lavt few years was supposed to be incurable ror a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore is requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney x Co Toledo Ohioi is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful it acts directly on the blood and muc ous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars fur any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address FJCHENEY A CO Toledo OhioSold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation PICKED UP I Senator McCreary is a great camIpalgner with the babies He can kiss and fondle them as gracefully as any man who ever offered for office It will do one good to see him take a rJ little one his arms say some sweet things to it kits it enthusiastically and haud it back to its mother with a smile Of course this comes natural with the Senator hes been at it so longThere are a whole lot of Democrats in Meade county who are going to support DICK Owen for the Senate Gus think he has a walkover Ine his own county but he is mistaken The Hon D H Smitn was at Brandenburg last Monday He did not make a speech simply there to shake hands and joke with the boys Dave says this is his last race for Con gress His next step is for the U S Senate If he fails in that he will retire from politics Dave dont get any better looking although Charlie Bryant says he is the handsomest man he ever saw But when Charlie makes la statement you are safe in saying it is just the opposite Dr Milton Board ot Hopkinsville was in Louisville last week He had been to Frankfort on business connected with the Asvlum The Doctor is looking fine and says he is getting along nicely down at Hopkinsville that he likes the place and enjoys it II I am coming home to register und to vote is about nil the part I will take in the campaign this year Said he supposed the county would give a small Republican majority as it always does when there is no fight made bv the Democrats As to the national t campaign he knew very little i he would support Parker of course and from the tone of his remarks we inferred that he had very little hope of his election He saidYon say look t out for a hot campaign in Brecken J ridge next year I will be on the l ground and make Iit hot for the boys We must make a clean sweep next 1 year He had very little to say about the Senatorial race said both candi dates were good friends of his and he would take no active part in the campaign Dick Owen being from t his own county he said he would have to support him L2o = = atl m 1- I Sj DR R P KEENE IiliiliRepresentlnejg i ttj I I DENTISTS y yOFIlWill OWENSBORO IiIi- r be In Dr Lljthttoots OrnCl one mrmrwClk onullivlshlmolllgli ICltssrllep r t First Trip October ID to 7 6jr9 The old time memories brought back to both old and young Old time jollification for ev erybody I BEWLEYVILLE + Mrs Sarah Clarkson was taken to Anchorage Saturday Overton Blanford has returned home from his pleasure trip Mr and Mrs Chan Blanford entertained some friends to dinner Monaay Miss Minnie Stith has been spend- Ing a week with Miss Alberta Drury Mrs Ann Payne was visiting her sister Mrs Thos Payne a few days recentlyMiss Ida Davis of Hunnewell Mo spending it month the gnest of Mies Bancbe Jolly Mike Shumate and sons have pur chased a part of the old Thompson homestead from the heirs Phelps Walker is in charge of theI nice school library purchased with funds from our ice oream supper The Hill Grove protracted meeting began Sunday Rev Jenkins will assist the pastor Hev Kimball Miss Mary Peyton has been the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Thos P Hardaway several days rand MrsC H Drury went with the Lewis crowd to StLouis Tuesday Sept 20 to spend a week seeing the Worlds Fair- Jimmie Albright came down from a few days ago to spend a Duple of weeks helping his father with his farm work TOBACCO GROWERS AT TEND SPECIAL SALE The following Breckenridge county farmers hud tobacco growers went to Louisville Monday to attend the spe oral sale of Breckenridge county dark tobacco held there Tuesday Following are the names and the number of hogsheads of each farmer represented of his own or his neighbors crop M Shrewsberry5 hhds- T L BoU7E L Ball 0 Wm Flood18Wm DownsSM C DeJernette15Gude Hendrlck8Lon Rhodes 6 Frank McGary 9 Will Elder Sons12Willie Adkisson17W M Houston 1 Barry SqIJlres28Thos Shearn 10 Total IfjIJ + ij ijBIRTHS + i To Mr and Mrs 0 M Haraesty Lahant Sept 22 boy Mr and Mrs Warden Below La hant Sept 24 girl Mr and Mrs J O Stevens city Spt 26 boy Mr and MrsCbas Redman Irving ton boy TO WORK IN TELL CITY Chris Glein Jolt Sunday for Tell City where he has secured the posi tion of stationary engineer with E P Fenn Chair Factory No1 Mr Glein was formerly stationary engi neer at the L H St L shops in this city With all the old features to please YOU and friends to meet once more on the old time play groundt Continentals Nominate Chicago Sept 22 The executive committee of the Continental party indorsed the following national ticket President Austin Holcomb Atlanta Ga vice president A King Percy Mo The party some time ago nomi nated for president a brother of Gen eral O O Howard but he declined to run Arrives With Airship St Louis Sept 21 Hyppolyite Francois the French aeronaut has ar rived in St Louis with his airship to take part in the Worlds fair prize contests The work of assembling the ship will be under the supervision of Captain Adrian Moucheraud who will make the initial trip in about eight days rnoyt Wanted i 10000 Barrels I distillery apples- L D ADDISON t Addison KyIFillmore Polk arrived in the city I Thursday from Coffeyville to spend a with his mother Mrs Ann Polkat Tobinsportlnd New Body Builder As delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all the medicinal elements actually taken from genuine fresh cods livers with organic iron and other ingredients but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength flesh creator known to medicine For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking throat and lung troubles Incipient consumptionnothing equals Try ItIf you dont like It we will return money SHORT HAYNES VinolII MNNONNNNNONNONN i0NHNN WOMAN ON THE PEDESTAL iiTHE iiIna recent number of Colliers Weekly Richard Hard of the Yoshiwara of I ing Davis rives a vivid description Z Tokio and pictures for us Tho Ladies of the Golden Screens caged behind bars of iron like wild beasts I He i wonders how anation can advance as Japan is advancing iiwhen its women hold so low and insecure a place 2 Tho American ho says is used to placing his wo men folks on a pedestal Ah yes So he is In many states today women are still standing on the Z i ipropertyinot their own in the oyes of tho law They cannot buy I and sell as single women can Their wages belong to their husbands and they cannot make a will We place our women on pedestals by opposing their Z higher education them from the learned profes sions and relegating them to the kitchen and the nursery There are but nine states in the Union in which a married i mother has any right to the custody care and nurture of her own child In the rest of the states mothers stand on a tpedestal and fathers have the legal right to manage the en life of their hIldren even to them whollyithe custody care and nurture of the mother 11tire In most of the states women ire denied all participation affairs of the government under which they live and stand on a very lofty pedestal along with idiots minors i lunatics and criminals A pedestal is a good place for a statue but a very poor for a live woman Her place is on the common earth by side with man sharing his responsibilities his prix 4 IIplace and his rights This is the sort of pedestal to which are slowly and surely climbing t Lida Calvert Obenchain Q NN NNN + + H COMING 4 Cloverportj i J I Ralph Parterre III be at 11 W n l See and be seen by friends from all over the country Good races with big purses every day Kan month The and coughs The Greatest IOf All Entertainers If CLOVERPORT about OCTOBER ill 1VW 19041 The Da viess County Fair Under The Auspices of Elks Lodge products premiums bodybuilding debarring removing The Grandest Oppor tunity Ever Offered for Pleasure and ProfitI Reduced Rates on all railroads and River The Time of Your Life Everybody Come Owensboro Ky Oct 4 5 67 and 8 1904 qYForPrivileges Address the Secretary or HAYDEN RATICAN Owensboro Ky w1 I 1- I W I n joA = n IT rLr Ms Pills FOR TORPID LIVER A torpid liver deranges the who system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUrT S proveTake IThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 28 1001 October 11Oct11H- ave you guessed yet- TheRreatentertainerOctil tqINew fall goods Bnhbage a Son The greatest entertainer of modern times Oct11 School books and school supplies at J D Babbages The best line of overalls in the city Babbage Son Joseph Coney went to Evansville S j Saturday J ABarry has gone to Ekron to re returned Sunday from jmonthj Octll I Preston Troutman of Owensboro was in the city Thursday A new line of gents shirts and fancy hosiery Babbage a Son t Mrs W J Schopp of Stephenspor r was in the olty Monda- yj MrsFDwhiteneck and baby returned r Sunday to Greenwood Ind Thousands for you if you are a 1 thinker Look on page 3 I School shoes from 50 cents to 175 V at Popham Bros t Fresh oysters served in any style at jV the English Kitchen f Best recleaned red top at 8 cents per r pound at Popham Bros Fresh oysters and celery at the Eng lish Kitchen Miss Mamie DeHaven has returned from Shelby county and Louisville1 Ladles See samples of dress goods of k Mrs JHWillsthe purchasing agent Mr and Mrs Sam Berry nave moved back to this city from Louisville 1 j jAlonzo Fallon and Eugene Kingsbury J tiq 0 were home from River View Sunday th Mrs and MrsLeon McGavock return edThursday from a trip toStLouis fair V Wallace Yates of Louisville wns the ctiguest of friends in the city last Wednes a Kday WK Mrs Jas Beavin and baby came up f from Owensboro Thursday to visit relatives Come in and see our Irish potatoes E The finest on the market English t Kitchen i Mrs Jesse Graham and children re tuerned Saturday to Louisville after P visit tc relatives P Dont forget that we serve the best lunch in town for 15 cenfa English KitchenMr Mrs Henry Davisof Irving 0 ton were the guests of Mr and Mrs E EHaynes Sunday Miss Dee Basham of Raymond was f the guest of relatives here Saturday Yv and Sunday and a halt pounds of 11Ieventeen sugar for g1 at the Eng Bennett of Stephensport l was the guest of friends in the city Monday and Tuesday L D Addison and Hullie Black of Addison left Sunday for the St Louis fair to spend a week TL Men of Oak Timbers of oak keep the oldI 5 homesteadstanding through V the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the soundest t material- st Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con I JfeT stitution that will last for years t s a rightpVScotts Emulsion stimulates r Xthe growing powers of children tf helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti JM tution Send for froe sample Chemistsf1 409415 Pearl Street Now York 60c and 81 OOj all druggists Fresh bread every day at the English Kitchen Best export timothy X175 per bushel at Popham Bros Jas Satterfield was here from Pine vine Friday the guest of reldtives toA nice and complete line of tinware just received at Popham Bros Miss Laura Hale went to Louisville Saturday to visit friends for several1 weeksII Mrs D E Cooms came up from Daviess county Wednesday to visit friendsMiss Ethel Oelze went to Elizabeth town last Wednesday to visit Mr and MrsC E Keith Oceola VauArsdale returned Saturda a buisness trip to Hmvesville Tell Cit and other points Mr and Mrs Walter Marlow arrived in the city Thursday from Gainesvill- Tex to visit relatives Jess Morton is here this week from Pine Bluff Ark the guest of his father H L Morton Mrs Chas DHook and children were the guests of Mrand MrsPJ Hermann at Tell City last week Miss Margaret Moorman went to Owensboto Saturday for a short visit to Miss Sue Roberts Watkins Miss Jennie Green arrived from Falls of Rough Thursday to spend several1 days with Mrs G WShort Mrs Frank Fraize went to Louisville e Thursday to spend several days with her sister Miss Jennie Warfield F D WhiteneckC W Moormanjr E F Nolte Chas Fallon and Henry Gibbs were in Louisville Sunday Edward Morrison of Fordesvillehas been the guest of his sonjoseph Nor rison several days the past week Mr and Mrs Jas Millet and chit d of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Price Graham last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Wood Weatherholt of Toblns ort are in Owensboro today to attend the funeral of Thos Finch Mrs Amelia Cummings arrived in the city Friday from Harrodsburg to visit MrsJ HRowland and other rela tives A years subscription to the Breck enridge News and a guess in our great profit sharing contest for only one dollarMrand Mrs Chas J Narsch nee Miss Bell Bruce Boyde of Net York were the guests of Miss Nell Gregory Monday Mr and Mrs SP Conrad and Nr Mrs Shelby Conrad returned Thursday from a visit to relatives at Leaven worth Ind Mrs J H Rowland entertained informally Monday evening in hono- of Mr and Mrs Chas J Marsoh of New Ycru MrsLD Addison and MrsMaud A Williams and daughter Miss Sallie Williams Addisoureturned week from the St Louis fair Use your thinker and your dollar and get the News for one year and maybe that 10000Your moneys worth in the paper if nothing more MrsMargaret Herkes and son Frank Herkes arrived in the city last Wensda evening from Warsaw Ill to visit her brothersMessrs Chas Fred and Jicob MayMr and Mr W R Cummings and child Frank Wilson and Miss Maud Wilson Falls of Roughwere here Sun day enroute home from the St Louis fairMrsGus Gibson was at Holt several days last week at the bedside of he grandson Edison Gibson who has been seriously ill of intermittent fever but is now improved A free bottle of Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn KIRK LOSES GAME Kirk lost a game of base ball to Toblnsport Ind Sunday afternoon on the latters grounds by a score oi 7 to G There was some rowdyism on tne flela and trouble was feared for a time but fortunately there were no fights SPOKE ACROSS RIVER Felix MoWhirter Prohibition candidate for governor of the state of Indiana spoke at Tobinsport Saturday afternoon in the interest of his race NEW BARBER Arthur Hearn of Louisville is nowI assistant barter fur Chas Farrow Mr Hearn is a union man and a first class barber He began work the first of the week and succeeds Carl Over ton MISS HOWELL WEDS Miss Mary Howell formerly of this city and a cousin of Mrs J H Wills was married to a Mr Davidson of Lou la ville at her home in Jefferson ville last Thursday CROWDED OUT A number of correspondents letters are necessarily crowded out this week to make room for more important matter W diI Jitt i n f I WELL ATTENDED- The mission services at St Roses Catholic church all last week were well attended the size ot the congre gations increasing with every service Besides the members of the church many people of other denominations were in attendance especially at the evening services where all were interested in and benefited by the excellent lectures on religious topics which were dell vered by Father Edwin Drury of Knottsville Three lectures were delivered daily only in the morning at 0 oclock and one in the afternoon at 2 oclock being in the form ol instructive sermons The services at these two hours and at 0 atyietedyinJt y the following visiting Catholio pastors Father Jas L Whelan of ofeHardinsburg and Father Thomas Mo I Guire of Browns Valley W F SPOEHR DEAD Wm F poehr traveling passenger and freight agent of the Hendersont Route died at Henderson Saturday night of heart trouble He was fortytike years old and a popular and we known railroad man He is survive by a wife and four child ren He was a member of the Hend 1ereon Lodge of ElKs The remains were taken to Louisville for inter ment Monday morning under an escort of Henderson Elks composed of the following H W Herndon Harry Peters Dr Silas Graham James Rash Will Weaver Arthur Katerjohn Geo Atkins Gus Starr W E Chambers of the Henderson Route office at Louisville was also a member of the escort MR SULZER IN CITY- J F Sulzerot Albuquerque N W arrived in the city Thursday to be the guest of his nephews J C and E F Nolte for several days He came up Thursday afternoon from Cannelton where he was the guest of relatives He is visiting at a number of cities in the east while on his trip it being the first time he uns been back from the west in several years Mr Sulzer was 11 member of the old mercantile firm ot J F Sulzer x Bro which was in business here several years ago He is well known nere though he resided at Cannelton while in business here MR CRUTCHERS PARTY- A party took the Exposition Limited train here yesterday morning for a weeks trip to the St Louis Lair J C Cratcher of Webster was at the head of the party which was composed of the following Dr Crutcher Miss Robertsrand son Miss Alice McCoy Mrs S Hendry West Point Misses Ellen and Ermine Munford Irvington Dr JL Moorman and son Frank Miss Lellia Henly DrR L Newsom and Harry Newsom CloverportFINE After being overhauled by T F Sawyer tne Josie S a fine gasoline launch owned by E T dtanfield pres ident of the Ohio Valley Cooperage Co left Friday for Louisville Mr cityYand a pilot from Chenault made the trip The boat has a tenhorse power engineis 82 feet long and cost 1525 It was the finest boat of its kind ever seen here THOS FINCH DEAD Thomas Finch formerly of Clover port died yesterday morning at Owensboro Mr Finch was forty years fiverchildren He was foreman of the Ames buggy words at Owensboro Ho leaves a numberof relatives at Tooins port Ind WASNT NECESSARY Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer re turned Saturday from Louisville where Mr Bowmer went to be operat ed on for appendicitis in case the disease should develop from a sudden illness with which he was taken His condition grew no worse and the operation was not necessary ELECTION ORDERED- An election was called by the county court at Hardmsbnrg Monday for the regular election day in November to decide whether Breckenridge county shall have A stock law A petition praying for this election was recently filed in county court by John Wariield CHANGES PASTORATE- Rev S C Bates formerly of this cityhas resigned his charge at Oak land City Indand has accepted a can to a pastorate at Harrison Ohio BOYS ARM BROKEN HAnry Jackson a small boy whose parents live in the West End foil off a horse Saturday and broke his arm Dr Smith RUendeellUDl PJSOS CURE FOR m CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION it k d L I L L 71vO i f fs5 ii- 1I p ITT J 7TTAdvertisements Inserted under this head atono cent a word per week = c= = =Iron SALE HINTING Presses and Cutting machInes machinesAlsoOasollneEIljlne81IIAltTIN Louisville Ky FOUniDDEN I mysonplace of business J H Jackson 1dltSALRnOAlt- COH 5ALEOnoDuorc Jersey Hoar seven1 months old Cull on or address E 1 Hard away Howloyvllle Ky WANTED fANTEITosel 20 head hogs also 10 Ipsstlmneucli Send for list of trees Highland Nurs cry CUmrport Ky- IIENDERSON 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 sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 31 TriCounty Fair Henderson Sept 27Oct I Rate of 233 round trio Cloverport to Henderson and return Sept 27th to Oct 1st inclusive good to return Oct 2nd Special Homescekcrs Excursions To the Southwest Sept 20 Oct 4 and 18 Arkansas nearly all points 2435 2135Oklahoma 2435TexasReturn limit 21 days from date of sale Daviess County Elks Fair Owens boro Ky Oct A to 8 1904 On this account rate of 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will bs made Oct 4 to 3 in clusive good to return Oct 0 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Saturday tickets will besoM Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 6SO Horse Show Rates 245 for round trip sold Oct 5 and 8 good returning following date of sale L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at LoulsvlHoTJSA M No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo 954 A M stops ut nil way stationsarrives Louisville 13351 M Train No 44 Exposition limited dally ar rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 050 p m Stops at West Point only Train No 48 Express dally ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 945 pm Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesville 1250 PSI arrives St Louts 016 PM stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansville 100 p m St Louis 610 p m stops at Hawes vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar rives Cloverport72S p m Evunsvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 PMI arrives Evansville 135 A 3L St Louis 045 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves FordsvHlo 420 a m arrives Irvington 815 u mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fotdvllle340 p m arrives Irvington 000 p m Train No 6 Sunday only IordsvllIoOiOO a m Irvington 833 p m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except SundRY leaves Irvington l1Oft a m arrives Fordsville 305 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington S10 p m arrives Fordsvlue 1100 p m LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascona Leave Louisville daily t except Sun day 4 p hi Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday 10 a tit f Through freiglitr rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stag General Office I i150i53 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A 6EOH WILSON Supt MURRAY TO SPEAK Gen D R Murray of Hardins burg will speak at Hawesville Monday October 3 in interest ot Parker and Davis a r15- LEA i j cflpJtO W II YYWW u wU + MEET ME AT NOLTESj WATCH THE MAN Who knows where to find the best shoes 1 in town follow him and youll see he goes to NOLTESii If You Havent You Had Better Come into our store and see the excellent bargains we are offering in fall goods for men women and children J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY CdickaMilling coIVIEW IND e e N Ne6eN0e NOo Give Us Y t i IIithe Worlds skill and brains or ganized into departments of Iclne Law Education ledIties Information Advertising and Books You can satisfy your desire quicker and by using the worlds brains cheaperi i What is Your Desire iHavej positionAre Is Do 1creased1 Are you going to attend some Havecolleget us your name and address f IIen IJ will sco It we can please you charge After you have given Tryout u proposition run he + ncreed upon If you then wish to 4place the Worlds Desire Bureau on 4your payroll Address i iChillicothei e N eN eseee see o tIrI YYW J ABIG- Guessing Contest AND Barbecue Will be given on the Idn B Starks farm between Pates vine end Dukes on Saturday IIr- A small article w ill be sold to each personi paying one dol lar and they will be entitled toa Rues The person receiving the lucky number will get the Ida U Storks fahu which consists of for tvthree acres J D and IDA B STARKS Proprietors AArwI AA YYW MrsM Bernhardt came down from Louisville Sunday to visit Mrs Amanda Fisher LaL Youve Reachedt- he highest possibilities in tiak ing until youve baked with CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR made from Longberry Red Winter wheat purchased from the farmer di rectThere are many flours not to good as CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR and none as good for your bakiug Your grocer will supply you GRAND October Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky PLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for the trade High Quality Work Mail Orders Specialized iI W B Oelze Lloverrt KyJ I o+ sellASf Holiday Season i i 4 4E jfIs nearing we wish to remind J t iiOU of the presents that you + t tI1 f will be a ItE LifeTime Pleasure f To both giver and receiver WetY I have a fine lot of well selected IfJ Jewelry Our experiefce is tyour gain for we iH goods and if we are houestouiitake no risk Come and see us J V Watches Repaired 2 All Klndp of Jewelry and Mu V T sleet Instruments Sold T ttT CrLEWIS SON t Hardinsburg Ky t t i++++++++++ +++++++++++++ You have as much a chance as anybody to get that 10000 Why dont you think V r The Breckenridge News h WEDNESDAY September 28 1004 BUILDING NOTES M J Behen Gets Masonic Con 7 tractScarcity Of Lots Preventing Ie Much Building The contract for the new brick bnilaing to be erected by Brecke- ridge Lodge F A SI No 1H3 has been let to M J Behen t lowest oidder The contract price is privateThe building will be erected on th lot between the Masonic Temple an F T Heysers confectionery It will1 be two story anti 23x80 ft which are about the dimensions of the Masonic Temple Tne two buildings will be about similar in construction as welll as dimensions Mr Bheu expec to begin work on the new building about October 1 When it is comple ted J 0 Nolte Bro will chance their grocery department from the basement of the Masonic Temple to the first floor of the new bnildlng The second floor will be used for office or lodge roomse There is a slight building boom on hero just now in the way of residen ces and small business houses but the boom is not what it should be IIi View of the long period of inactivit in building circles since the boomi after the big fire of 1J01 A proms nent building contractor stated to a representative of the News Friday that there would be a larger building boom here this fall if It were not for a scarcity of desirable lots He said that there are a number of local1 people who wonld build if they could find lots to snit them- HOLDING ITS OWN Kentucky Building Worlds Fair St Louis Sept aO Kentucky stock in the Worlds Fair cattle show iis certainly holding its own against big odds for the competition is admitted to be the warmest ever seen Interest today centered in the exhibition off herds and Kentucky entries took prizes in Jersey Shorthorn Hereford and Aberdeen Angus classes AWAY MANY YEARS Len Henning who formerly resided at Davidsons Ferry this county ha I Deen visiting relatives in Brecken ridge Mr Henning is general in spector of the Metropolitan Street Railway Co of Kansas City Mo and has been living in the West about twenty years The late Call Rhodes was Mr Hennings brother inlaw STRIKE GOOD STUFF The Four Metals Mining company in which Cloverport and Hawesville men are interested have been striking some good stuff in the way of rich zinc and lead deposits while putting down a shaft at Golconda Ill RETURNED FROM WEST After an absence of nine months inuOklahoma C D Payne and family have returned to flamed where Mr Payne has purchased the farm of 1 Oscar Snyder GO TO FUNERALnMayor and Mrs L T Reid left last Wednesday for Bucyrus Ohio to attend the funeral of Mr Jas Oormly Jr who was best man at their wedIthug and who died in New Mexico of consumption For PainTaKe a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill andathe Pain will dish appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing tho nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by in creasing tho natural secretions This action is obtained as a result of modern discoverIes in medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiFain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual PaIns Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act ion on the nerves almost Instantly ro oflieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they of also absolutely cure because by perse- verIng at in their use you do away with a tho cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk I am thankful for tho good Dr Miles AntlIaln Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war I have had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiPain Pins the only remedy that ever gave a me relief Since then I have not hail ono hard attack because I take a Pill and It overcomes tho difficulty GEO SAUNDERS Grccnsburff Ind TrialFREEPain Pills the New Scientific Remedyt for Pain Also Symptom Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrong and how to right It Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKUARTIND DO YOU NEED A MEDICINE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO IHVESTIHTE There is no one who does not need a Liver Medicine occasionally The symptoms of Liver Complaint a well known to every one such as constii sleeplessnessmany others of a similar nature heedingtheMany acquire some chronic disease recovernMany of these could be spared for yea hoheremedyWe anyfairmindedter remedy for the Liver known than Syrupdof Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian- Senna and iodide of Potassium Yo know just what you are taking How many other formulas of a liver medicine are published Ask your druggist about cansbe- taken immediately The strength is extracted in the mo skillful manner certainly superior to an powdered preparation known Weals powderedisupply you but this like all other dry Liver Medicines requires preparation Srupisstrength as Liver Medicine in dry form and will keep in any climate Your doctor however skillful could prescribe nothing better There is no opportunity for a doctor prescriptionp e in compounding the same besides a doctors bill and the cost of the medicine You can be absolutely sure of the proper proportion being in every dose Syruphasdence and success in thousands of homes for 52 years and is prepared by a phar macist of 25 years experience in a labo 1story equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety If you do not understand your care write today for a Pre sample bottle ana Dr Thachert Health Book Give tymptom for advice We limply ask that you try U at our txptnit Ife know ichat it trill do JfOJt SALE EY ALL DJtUOQZSTS SO cent and 100 THACHER MEDICINE Co Chattanooga Tenn The French Archived The archives so magnificently housed In the Hotel de Koliau form one of the most interesting sights of Paris Here bound in white calf thousands of folios contain the history of France dating from the Capet and Valois kings all foursheads administrative historic legis lative and Judiciary Among minor objects of interest not shown to visitorsI without special permission is the table on which Robespierre wounded wasI placed In the Hotel de Vllle on the eve of Thermldor and the inventory of Ma rie Antoinettes wardrobe with pat terns of her dresses and also of Mine Elizabeths Insignificant indeed would the collection appear beside that of a fashionable lady of today In these historic premises busy as bees Inde fatigable searchers arc continually at work Westminster Gazette Baltimore Ireland Baltimore in Maryland gets Its name from a small and unostentatious fish Ing village In Ireland The word Balti more signifies the village that grew p about the big house and the der ivation Is plain when one sees the ivy covered ruins of the very remarkabl- big house that wasonce the stronghold of the ODrlscolls It is situated upon an Imposing height a sentinel over the- umerous little dwellings that liter sprung up and Increased in the vicinity of Its wrecked and deserted life From the village of Baltimore enormous catches of mackerel are sent to Amer Exchange Rend Ills Own Datum A distinguished English churchman tells this In M A P The vicar of Swans combe was a very eccentric man I remember indeed who could ever forgot Itthat he once read out his own banns of marriage with a lady who had not only not consented to him but whom ho had never sked to do so Ho did this for two Sundays On the third her father rose and formally objected to such a ridiculous proceeding IVMUnB 11111 Torn Well Jack said his chum after Jack ball proposed to the most popular girl in the town Is it all right Well said Jack ruefully I can hope thats all What did she say She said shed file my proposal with all the others arid consIder it when she got down to 1t nix Lack of Tact Barnes Howes is a pretty good sort fellow SheddYes but he hasnt got any tact At the restaurant the other day he asked me if I was fond cats and I was eating rabbit stew the time The idea of asking such question at such a time as that Boston Transcript Eminently QnnlIQed Practical Aunt Do you think you are qualified to become the wife of a poor man The Confident Girl Oh yes its all settled We are to live In cottage and I know how to make cottage pudding already The Servant Problem What has been the greatest mill culty with which you have had to con end Mrs Kinder In your struggle with the servant girl problem Preventing the good ones getting married tI TL Ilnril Sent It is not well for sedentary works to sit on cushions In man owing chiefly to his erect carriage there a strong development of the muscles of the pelvis and the thighs which almost completely clothe the strong bones of that region In the seated reposition to obviate undue nature has provided a proper cushion over these bones IIyrtls saying l well known We sit on the fat of th seat as on a mattress In sitting on n smooth and hard surface the body rests upon three main points but in sitting on n soft s rspressure In Imparted to the muscle- me and Interferes with the circulation in all their parts Great attention bus been paid to this matter In the construction of bicycle saddles and speaking generally with very beneficial results Nothing can be said against n certain amount of covering if not too yielding but th exucelleut seat Pearsons Weekly Food Aversion Cows milk Is said to be abhorred by the Japanese and rabbits are never ezplaon The natives of the Sandwich Islands would not take caviare for a gift Cheese in Mexico Is simply curds des iccated and pressed in pancake shape and even then it is patronized only by the Caucasian colonists The half breeds accept It with hesitation aunt a two ounce slice of limburger would stampede a tribe of mountain Indians They resent it as n practical Joke 1InI questionable taste But why the Ko reans eschew Ice cream as a traveler reports Is the case is less easy to ex Japnipeas prejudice against dairy products or the Chinese predilection for super heated tidbits A Queer Italian Cnitom On Aug 1 of every year the people of Val dl Rosa In Italy gather in theI great square which is also a thrashing floor and proceed to exorcise the devil1 for the benefit of their own dreams nndI for the well being of their vineyards The most Intelligent man In the com munity is chosen master of ceremonies A small fire balloon is made ready and to this the master of ceremonies sol emnly attaches a puppet representing his Satanic majesty Amid tho shouts of the peasantry the balloon with the devil attached Is liberated The good people believe that for the rest of the year the evil one will not disturb their I dreams or damage the vintage Fanarni Slipper Before the discovery of luclfer h matches a large hoof shaped fungus growing on the trunks of trees was used throughout northern Europe for making amadou or tinder The thick brown woody flesh of the same fun gus cut into slices and beaten until it assumes the appearance of felt Is used at the present day In Germany for the manufacture of chest protectors caps purses bedroom slippers and various other articles One Exception Papa In the hand that rocks the cradle the one that rules the world l Thats what Ive heard Well I know one that dont Who Is it 1 Nurse She wanted to go down town and mamma told her shed tire her if she went and wouldnt give her no recommendation Indianapolis Sentinel HabiteNo said the man who had recently made his fourth pilgrimage to the mat rimonial altar I cant say that mar riage Is a failure eOf course not rejoined his bache lor friend With you it Is merelys habit Philadelphia Inquirer pimplesDr Syrup will do It Tho druggists know istbiliousnessheadaches the lungs and contagious diseases take hold of the system It is safe alwayskeptillness would be almost unknown Thedfords BlackDraught is sO successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator This great family andngdrasticandhealthful bymere a harm The healthful notion on the liver cures biliousness It has an in kidneysBecause not work regularly 1 the poisonous fromtheand virulent contagion results Thedfords constipationliverI ofllrightsease in advanced stages there is no cure Ask your dealer for a DlackDrought y iJ u The Confederate Cent diersprude for the purpose of coining money AmericaisI that for a one cent piece which was made by Lovctt the Philadelphia en graver In 1801 After he hud finished the dies Mr Lovett found that he was personsewho had ordered the work done mil1 otfscarefullyesecreted both coins and dies For twelve long yenta the engraver kept his secret which was finally revealed 1873scoins nod selected one for a pocket piece and within the itunth passed it out unknowingly to Ilnzeltlne the Philadelphia restaurant keeper This man knowing tho piece to be Lovetts work sent It to J C Randall the coin collector After some little trouble Iliebuying the die and from it they struck Ilft the copper pieces twelve In silver and seven In gold This accomplished they mutilated the die and coin dealers now hold Confederate cents at a very high figure England Unaerfed Children In every big town the children the slums habitually go to school n properly fed Many of them are not only Improperly fed stet the food they do get is far too little In quantity I the hard winter season when the building trades are idle runny again go to school either with no food at nil or having only stayed their hunger iin the mprnlng with a crust of dry breadIi In sharp frosty weather it is a com mon experience for teachers in the elementary schools of the poorer jTarts of our great townsI have often seen tto find children suddenly seized with vomiting This Is not so much caused by the fact that the stomach Is upset as that it has revolted against the effect of the cold upon Its empty condition And not only Is this state of things true of the poorer parts of the big towns It Is also true of many of the agricultural villages Let a vis itor to a village elementary school look closely at the children They are in many cases flabby and pale They need more nourishing food A break fast of teakettle broth a bit of bread and treacle and some abominably poor tea these form the three meals dnllyDr T J McNainara M P In Nineteenth Century Athletes and Consumption There must be no exercise ns exer cise for the consumptive patient If you are able and feel like it spins yourself but dont take exercise to build your system up I know I too have heard those stories about men given up to die who began work in a gymnasium and by violent exercise en tirely recovered their health When the lung tissue Is attacked by tuberculosis it heals If It heals at all by fibrous scar material filling In the cav ity No new lung tissue Is formed to replace what has been lost and this scar material is useless for breathing Suppose you had a deep cut In your hand and you kept working that hand violently how long do you think it would take the cut to heal When ex ercise Is taken or you expand the lungs you have to work the lung tissue Just as you work your hand andi It it is wounded there will be a much larger proportion of scar material useless for breathing when it docs get well Everybodys Magazine An Enormous Sundial A curious phenomenon Is reported lu the columns of a geographical publica tion It is a largo promontory in the Aegean sea known as Hayon Horoo which extends 3000 feet above the lore of the whter As the sun swings around the shadow of this mountain one by one a circle of islands by regular intervals which act as hour marks It is the largest sundial iu the world Some Hope For Him Young Sorreltop Then you utterly cast me off Esmeralda Miss Esmer nlda with great gentleness Why no Sylvester Butbut it would be so silly for a girl to say yes the first time ItIt you are of the same mind you might ask me again some day you i know Chicago Tribune j Cut Oft nt Bargain RateSPercy Young Rapldgalt had hard luck lie was disinherited recently Harold Cut off without a dollar ehy PercyNovHis mother did the dlsln hcrltlng Ho was cut oil with OS cents Plttsburg Post All the More AnnoyingSBut his statement you is a tissue of malicious lies is IIt not No Its a very substantial combination of malicious lies with a tissue of malicious truth Philadelphia Ledger An acre of good fishing ground will yield more food In a week than an acre of the best land will In a year LOW WATER BOATS Daring low water the Bottorff Thomas and Dnnbar all small packets have been running in the LouisS vllle Evansville packet line in place of the Tell City Tarascon and Morning Star There has been much low water the past season CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown as daring the sicKnossand death of our husband and fatner 0 A Mattingly CIGarfieldO A tlgi TO TUT AYou Hats Always BoughtI IthoaJlI v r Tr 1 GENERAL KUROKI THE LEE OF JAPAN ofGeneral Kurokis admirers months ago dubbed him the Lee of Japan for while he is u great fighter his forte appears to be strategy The series of maneuvers by which he forced Kuropatktns flunk Inch by inch buck upon iiItself until it was no longer a wing of the army and his strategy in making a feint to the south of Llaoyang while he detached a considerable portion of his army to cross the river stump him as n genuine military genius Tin disastrous effects of these maneuvers upon Kuropatklns elaborately thought out plan of campaign demonstrate that Kurokis premises were sound The Illustration shows him ns he appears In the field during an engorgement WJNCHfSTmFACTORY LOADED SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS Good shells in your gun mean a good bag in the field or a good score at the trap Winchester II Leader andII Repeater Smokeless Powder Shells are good shells Always surefire always giving an even spread of shot and good penetration their great superiority is testified to by sports men who use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in preference to any other make ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM AversPills Want your moustache or beard abeautifalbrown or richblack Use S In full of size and boot i D etc FAD FOR The color brown has come to town they are it up and it down There never was a greater fad for a coler than that for brown this season and fashion makers say that all collars are good style and the is so but if there is one color above another that is it h brown London brown onion brown tobacco brown Havana brown light brown dark brown just any color sits o brown Mens hats and womens hats mens gloves and womens gloves mens suits suits mensIi shoes and womens shoes mens tie and womens ties in article of outer wear for old young men or women any one and every one If there is any doubt about what color to get in i fall suit one may be snre of being in style right up to the minute if hade of brown is chosen Arnica Salve Has fame for cnres It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cats Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fevor ores Hands Skin Erup lions for Piles Car Only 25o at Short Melnse Mass Sept 21An oat ward bound electric car o persons =was blown t I pieces in this oily by striking a fifty pound box of that had fallen off an express wagon ix persons were Killed and three more died of their within an honr others on the were taken to the two hosplt ala from severe A least a score of persons in the immedi ate of the were hart by flying glass and Jas of Cabot has moved to this city with his family He will make hoops for the Tobacco company tor the of their different points in this section of State = Keep them in the house Take one when you feel or They act di on the BUCKINGHAMS run CTI or Dicccnn ca at alit t co lusnui 55 Sanfords Fine Inks Mucilage assortments handy bqttles Library photo pastes to iJNO BABBAGE School books THE BROWN wearing wearing Merchants everybody wearing andwomens factevery som Bucklens worldwide marvellous Chapped infalliatle guaranteed Haynes Druggists AWFUL EXPLOSION containin thirtytwo tonight dynamite outright injuries Nineteen car suffering injuries vicinity explosion splinters LOCATES HERE Logsdon Hancock hogshead American consumption bnyeraat bilious dizzy rectly HverilriS DYE NATURES DEFENSE How are children so often able with out injury to swallow such sharp things as pins needles tacks and bits of glass The secret as disclosed by Dr Albert Exner of Vienna lies in the fact that bodytthe stomach or intestine the part touch ed contracts and puckers so as to thick en itself iu that place At the same time withdraws itself in such a manner as to form a little pocket and gradually twists the object around so as to turn the edge or point stray pushing the thing alongNew York Tribunes WINS AFTER 7 YEARS Springfield Ohio Sept22Becausel his offer of marriage was refused seven years ago by Miss Anna Orr wife had vowed to wed only a minister Robert Wilson sold his grocery went through college and was graduated from McCor mick seminary in Chicago Now he is the pastor of a Presbyterian church in Michigan and today they were married at the brides home in Cedarville near here FREE FOR MINISTERS- St Louts Mo Sept 22The- e Louisiana Purchase Exposition Com providing presentingtheirIt was also decided to admit school notopanied by teachers ut an admission fsIgood any day except Saturday SUIT POSTPONED Winchester KyThe 100000 dam1 age suit against Jadge James Hargis of AlextCallaham and Judge BFFrench which was instituted instigationband was called Friday andon motion of the defense it was postponeduntil the December term of court WANT NEW HOUSE Bewleyvillo is badly in need of a new schoolhouse And will vote on a proposition to tax themselves three years to build a new house rtY yyt iJiljB Breckenridge News r f IjIWEDNESDAY September 28 1004- ift LONG LETTER I Fairbanks Accepting Nomin- alionTaggart SatisfiedOth- er Political Newsj iIndianapolis Ind Sept 218ena-j Fairbanks letter of acceptant made PUblic tonight In it hes the Republcian platform receives heartiest approval but declares it the acts of the party mean moreI f morefi jeent and the preceding Republican thejI J atform which says protection is e robbery of the many to enrich e few He argues against this t tement at length giving the usual publican protection arguments 4 e dwells upon capital and labor and ieks to show that all RepublicanI gi elation has been fo the Hood of bor He discusses the money question t so His letter is very long Taggart Satisfied New York Sept 21 Chairman iggart of the Democratic National ommittee who returned from the est last night said today that heis rfcetly satisfied with the conditions he found them there I have not en Indiaua in better snape since1- 8U2 than I found it last week he r kid Neither the Democrats nor nfhe Republicans have become very enthusiastic j In Indiana up to the present time Both sides have been organizing i and I feel very much gratified at the condition of thaiDemocratic organization there Last Friday in Indiana I inet the prominent Democratic lead jers of the State including every i county chairman Want Primaries Only LouisvIlle Ky Sept 21The neat legislature will probably be called upon to adopt a bill to have all nomina tions for all parties made by primary1 electrons and the expenses paid by the Instate or counties L H Carter of h Lawrenceburg former representative j who was in the city today discussed the proposed bill and said he would probably offer it- Nominate Herrick Saratoga NY Sept 21D Cady Herrick of Albany WIS today nominated for governor of New York by tne Democrats In convention His nom f ination was unanimous and was amid the greatest enthusiasm A ringing platform was adopted by thR cohven Lion Not Too Cold For Plunge Esopus N Y Sept 2LThe day was the coldest of the season Fires were built in the furnaces of Judge Parkers home Despite the drop In the temperature Judge Parker took ll1S daily plunge in the river Skin Diseases Ecztnea Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved ana quickly ured by the free nse of Paracainph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the skin healthy and moo tn TRIAL POSTPONED- The trial of Alvin Shearn charged with shooting and wounding Geo Jackson near Skillman was called 19fTndge Stevenscourt at Hawesville aist week and postponed until Thurs day September 29 Jackson had not sufficiently recovered from his wound to be present DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble brakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sius to know of the wonderful and cures made by DrII Kilmers SwampRoot J l the great kidney e r cat triumph of the nine teenth century dls covered after years ofII I nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is c curinglame j bles and Brights Disease which Is the worstII form of ivuiicy trouble e Dr KIlmer SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many whys In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has paperwhosample bottle sent free by mall also a book w telling more about SwampRoot and how to I findout if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading thist generous otter In this paper 1send KllmerCo8Ingitamton your address toII liver remedyIt byDr regular fifty cent and Home of Bwampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggistse Dont make any mistake but remember the I SwampRootI on every bottlo YJJ f Get the Most Out of Your FoodYou dont and cant if your stomach Is weak A weak stomach does not di gest all that is ordinarily taken into it todigestAmong the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of ner belching atdifferentrun down condlMon of the system and have been greatly benefited by Its use I would not be without It In my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stom Sarsapnr1l1ajlnluable Hoods Sarsaparilla- and Pills anedl system TO BE TELEPHONED The weather forecast for Kentucky will hereafter be transmitted by telephone throughout the State of Ken tutKy and Southern Indiana as soon as it is received each morning insteadI of by telegraph as formerly Major H B Hersey who is in charge of the Louisville office of the Weather Bureau has complete arrangements with the Home Telephone Company whereby the company is to send the forecast to every exchangeI in KentucKy and Southern Indiana The Home Company baa thirtyfiveI exchanges in the territory mentioned and an aggregate of 30411 telephon- subscribers The forecast is to be sent from the Louisville office as soon asI received at every exchange and the operators at the exchanges are to holdl it for transmission on applicatio- of I the subscribers Within less than an hour atter the forecast is receive- by the Weather Bureau it will be in the hands of the telephone operatois and ready for transmission to the sub scribers What Is Life In the last analysts nobody knows but we do Know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of theofI organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly re adjust this Its gentle yetlthorongh Only 25c at Short K Haynes Drug- Store THE RESULTS OF IN OCULATING FIELDS The same bacteria Ithat increase the harvest of beans or clover or airalf- tentold enable the plants to leav many times more nitrogen in the soil than they would have done iff uninoculated in other words they make the soil manv times more ter tile so that the crop of cotton o wheat or corn or potatoes plantedI next year Is many times larger ThusI the rotating crop the year following inoculation derives an equal benefit from the inoculation For instance a crop of crimson clover not inocu lated added to one acre of land 43t pounds of nitrogen a crop of crimson clover inoculated added to one acrej of precisely similar land 1437 pounds of nitrogen an increase of 83 times i a crop of inoculated hairy vetch add ed to one acre fifteen times more nitrogen than a crop of nninoonlated l hairy vetch From Gilbert H Gros venors Inoculating the Ground It in the October Century A Power For Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pUt Sold by All Druggists EN ROUTE TO FAIR The First Kentucky reg iment o infantry which was recently reor aanized at Louisville passed over the Henderson Route last Wednesday night en route to the St Louis tair where they will remain until Thurs day The regiment was clad in the uniform prescribed for h avy marching order with full khaki suits rifles sideams blankets tents haversacks and canteens- A train consisting of fourteen coaches and two engines was necessary to transport the soldiers The train arrived here about 11 oclock Wednesday night DROVE 60000 MILES- T Seymour Smith of Franklin Ky is probably the only man in the world who can boast cf having driven the same team of horses 60000 miles Mr Smith was in business for seven years and was required to drive over the entire United States He bgures that every day he worked he drove the team twenty miles mnkinga total in seven years of 60000 miles He started at Boston and drove through New England the Middle and South ern States and the West When ne completed his seven years trip he got X359 for the team which he says was better than the day he started Nashville American I PROGRAM The following is the program for the teachers association of this dis trict which meets at Rites Run on Saturday October 1 Welcome addressToL Wroe Difficulties and opportunities of the teacherH J Roberts and Ed mund Wroe Beautifying the grounds Roscoe Laslie Montro Purcell BallmaneEthical value of historyPearl Fella Primary number workMary Jar boe Making and enforcing rulesAllie Witt Maggie Wroe Address Joel H Pile Ideal School Ada Brown Ideal Teacher Mamie Seaton Ideal Trustee SH McLracjcen Ideal Patron Smith Waggoner Win Hawkins Method of teaching grammar Jen niu Patterson Josle Ryan J H Pile Pres e T L Wroe V Pres A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and i son riding for life 18 miles to got Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Inde endured deaths agonies from asthma out thlH wonderful medicine gave inII Heewrites I now sleep soundly everyII night Like marvekus cures ofII Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis I Coughs Colds and Grip prove itstt I andnLung troubles Guaranteed bottles attt dsShort Haynes drug store REOPENED Tnc Iroquois Theatre at ChicagoII whore nearly 600 persons were burned I to death last December was reopened last week as a vaudeville playhouse The theatre has been refitted at a Icost of nearly 100000 and constructed I so as to meet every requirement the law A thrilling and dramatic scene oc curred when the first curtain dropoed It stuck at precisely the same snot iit lid when the holocaust occurred less than u year ago The chorus girls be came frightened and ran while two men came out and adjusted the curtain Every number was received 5n silence after that and the audience overaoclockIChamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that std nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plop It raids allays the cough relieves the lungs expectoration opens the secre tions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short Haynes RAILROAD TO HAVE A NOVEL NEWS SERVICE Omaha Neb Sept 21 Beginning next week the Union Pacific railroad will begin issuing a bulletin news ser vice for the benefit of its passengers on the Overland limited trains This newt service which is the first inno vation of the kind ever attempted by a railroad will be sent out at noon and at 430 in the afternoon and post ed in typewritten form in buffet cars Later it is stated the service will be extended to other through passen newsIof Importance will be transmitted by the conpany over its own wires and will be delivered at scheduled points The bulletin service will be under the direction of the advertising de partmentTO MEAT MARKET Samuel G Ahl of this city will open a meat marKet on Main Cross street at Hawesville on October 1 butcherfcity and at Hardinsburg J thisjj Bates of Hawesvllie has been en gaged to buy the live stock for Mr Ahl Ayers For coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I I have used Ayer Oherrr Pectoral In mr famtlr for 40 jean It U the belt medicine In the world I know for all throat and lung troubles UK J It toncnoss Walt1am blur 2 c6OcIOO J 0 ATBK CO All drullKlsufor Lowellt Mail The LungsDally action of the bowels Is nocos nary Aid nature with Ayoris Pills Mr ys 11 4iNdt cIRiti INl lldet Q IISpoons Serving Pieces Etc I Stamped 1847 ROGERS BROS the desirable features of silver plateartistic designs with hlgbest grade ofplate Remember the byleadlDjtCI to the makers International Sliver Co Merlden Conn LOUISVILLE DAY The revival of plans for the celebra tion of Louisville day at the Worlds Fair September 27 was undertaken yesterday afternoon by the Commercial Club and the Indications are that a representative attendance of persons from this city will take part in the program which will be arranged later The Mayor has con sented to ha the head of the celebra tion and it is the purpose to have as large a crowd to go from Louisville as can be interested witnout special rates from the railroads It in probable that hundred persons from Louisville will be in St Louis on September 27 and with the recruits which make the trip with that end in view a fine showing is expected The First Ken tucky regiment will be in St Louis at the time and will contribute much to the festivities A band will be placed in the Kentucky building to remain throughout the day brad a Reception Committee also will be ap- pOinted Wednesdays Louisville Times KENTUCKY DEVELOP MENT CO ORGANIZED Articles of incorporation for the Kentucky Development company have been filed in the office of theI secretary of state The business of th I corporation is stated to be to encour age individual and corporate enter prises and to acquire or to own stock or interest in same or to sell or other wise dispose of same to do a general promoting businessto ootain locations for factories and industrial concerns and to secure locate and promote industries for cities towns or corn mu nitres offering rspecial advantages or inducements to acquire purchase orlease coal gas oil or other mineral 1 lauds of any kind and while the own er or lessee of such land to cultivate or rent or sublet for cultivation such portions tnereof us is suitable there for and to otherwise handle control or dispose of said land as other own ers or lessees may do and to develop and Operate mines or sell lease sob let or otherwise dispose or mineral rights or mines The principal place of business is to be in Owensboro and the capital stock is OOUOU divided into five thousand shares of the per value of 10 each Phe following are the incorporators Edward W Smith James H Parrish B H Poindexter D Stewart Miller A 1 Parrish William F Keates W Q Adams J T Griffith HK Cole and H C Powers When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleas ant effect For sale by Short Haynes TO VISIT IN TEXAS- Mr and Mrs Vm Mullen ana daughter Mrs Eugene Reynolds left the middle of last week for St Louis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair Mr Mullen will return to his home here this week while Mrs Mullen and Mrs Reynolds will go to Marshall Tex the latter to spend two months Mrs Reynolds home is at Marshall but she had been visiting here for several weeks A KNOWN REPUTATIONT- he Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well known gracefullydesignedIt stands for the lowest prices at which really good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for reputationTheir t+ new catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky THE GEO DELKER CO IA CORPORATION I Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory ON THE INCREASE WOrlds Fair Travel Is Getting Heavier While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair expectetions of the Worlds Fair manage ment or the railroads it has been as large as was expected all things con sidered The banner months so far as attendance is concerned will be Septein ber October and November and during these three months tne admissions will undoubtedly equal if nofsurpass- the entire number registered up to August 31st inclusive- It I is certainly a biggrand show ana one that no person with the means v should miss It is the opportunityff of a life time in an educational way and one that will be taken advantage of by the great majority of the people of America before its close It isi e an attraction that all Americans are proud of and justly so On account of its unexcelled train service both us regards equipment and accommodations the Louisville Henderson K St Louis Railway bet ter known as the Henderson Route has carried the majority of Kentuctc fans to St Louis and has beyond a doubt been more instrumental in con tributing to the success of the Fair than any other railroad in this terri tortaThe Henderson Route is justly en tiled to all the praise that is being showered on them as tneir train ser vice ia unquestionably the finest oper ated in or out of Keiitucnv and their schedule of trains is more nearly maintained than on the majority of roadsFor comfort in travel and for the best accommodations and safest train schedules theres but one thing to at all times keep in mindget the Heu derson Route habitand request this routing in purchasing your tickets ARREST 1TS50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to over reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Hh ret ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Feet Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature X50 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never 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 0 931 Rand McNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co POWERS HAS LEASES- Mr L S Powers now has possession of the valuable oil and mineral leases which once belonged to the company that sunk the oil wells just above the city He Wilt wake an effort at an early day to interest capital to examine the field in an intelligent manner and if there is anything under the surface worth delving for he will get It Haweaville Plalndeal er WAS IN LOUISVILLE- Dr mMilton Board Superintendent of the Western Asylum in Hopkinsville is in Louisrille with the steward R E Berry They have been here for several days Dr Board says that one of the new wings of the asylum provided for by the last Legislature will be completed by December 1 but the other wing will not be started before spring Thursday Courier Journal School books and school supplies at J D Babbages Buy your School Supplies s- V X from Jno D Babbage y + s vi i A t SCMK f4 u r4 L7tt IThe Breckenridge News W WEDNESDAY September 28 1004 J UNION STARff Mrs Annio E Hanks of Loni villp is visiting relatives here Mr mud airs Stun Dix spent Sunday with C at McGlothlan Mrs Sallie t1 Brunor and Miss Margarqf Cart are at tho Worlds Fair this week Drs A M and J EKincholoe uf llardinsburg wore drained t- Leo o a Dr Milner Friday II C UichlU son and son Sax ton of Louisville sport Saturday with D S Richardson Mrs C M McGlothlan and Mb Minnie lloyle spent several days 4 last week in Wrest Point You wont have another chant like it until November 1908 Big prizes Look on page 3 Imonths1e 1I outMrs tTtT Severs has returnedl home after spending two week- with her niece Mrs P 11 Beard at llardinsburg Misses Sallie and Mary Richard son spent two days last week inI llardinsburg tho guest of their inter Mrs Beard Miss Martha Hayues has ire turned home after spending sever al weoks with her sister Mrs P J Hermann at Tell City Mr McCluro und family arrived hero last week Mr Mc Clure will engage in the mercan tile business and will occupy the house vacated by C M McGloth Ian STEPHENSPORT It A Smith was in Evansville the first of tho week Goo Jamison loft Tuesday tto visit relatives in Ohio and New Jersey t1 S Adair and Dr L P Casper aro attending the Worlds Fair this week MISS Kate Crawford lies accopt Il position as cashier at WtT Schopps Rovel C Hoskinson left lon fly for Franklin to attend tho an mud MI K Conference You wont have another chance like it until November lf OS Bigjj prizes Look on iliege 8 14B IHelm is buying apples forI I l the Kwkport Cider and Mncgar Co of 1lockl ort Ind C A Tinm hap purchasedl ieJJ eral thousand barrels of apples forJJ Whiti ide Co of Louisville 1 W C Blame returned lust week to Luxoru Ark where he is engaged in tho mercantile business i 1 Andrew Crawford and son An drew G W Payne and ThoJJ Flood are in Louisville this week selling tobacco Y Mrs L B Holm left Sunday for j t Lexington where she will be with her daughter sirs KW Vaughan for snolflweokli Mrs JI W Jurrolt and stirs t Dixie McGhee of Texas formerly of this place are hero visiting friends und relatives 1 Godfrey Haswell wifo and little daughter of llardinsburg visi i itod Mr and Mrs Geo McCub t Y bins tho first of this wee- kIRVINOTON Genie Brown has returned from i a visit to Paradise Ky d Miss Edith Marshall spent Sun 4 4day in Louisville visiting relatives Blaky Head of Lakeland was hero last week calling on friends l Visa Eula Stithof Louisville is with her sister Mrs W E Brown e prose1 VI last week Mr and Mrs Brown Helm of Stephonsport are with Mrs Bate Washington Mrs Sweat of Fordsvillo was I with Mrs W E Brown a part of j FOR OMEN Especially Mothers TheSanativeAntisepticCleans Purif ing and Beauti 4fying Properties of tUtiCUt1L 1jHj SOAP e Assisted by CUTICURA Ointment the great Skin Cure are of preservingspurifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and sooth ing red roughand sore hands for baby rashes and chafings in the form of baths for annoying irritations ulcerations and inflammations of women and many san ative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves as well as for all purposes of the toilet bathand nursery CUTICURA Soap and CUTICURA Ointment are pricelessS- old throughout the world Cutlcur Soap SoIeto Olnt mat We KeiolT nt Me lln form of Chocolate Coitxl nil 25c per viall of 60 t poln London S7 Chafes house t1t Peril 3 Rude la1lb I Dolon 137 Columba are Potter Drug k Chem Corp Sole rnprlctoii OS Send for How to fnitnt PutUr ud Bwutlty the past week Mr and Mrs Piggott enter tained some of their young friends Friday evening Mr and Mrs Albert Ashcraft of near Guston were in town shopping Saturday You wont have another chance liko it until November 1908 Big prizes Look on page 3 Rev llyncs left Monday to at tend the annual conference of the M E church at Franklin Miss May Claycomb left last week to take a position at the Now Yosk store in Louisville McGlothlan and Piggott will take your farm produce eggs chickens ducks turkeys etc Sheriff Bas ett and family have moved to Union Star and will oc cups C lI McGlothlans vacant houseR B McGlothlan J It Wimp Kobt lordon Clint Adkisson David Horndon and Dale Snrith went to Louisville Sunday JamesJ Ditto Herndon Sam Dow ell Rev dynes JohnT Galloway and wife attended the district Sun dayschool convention last Sunday Misses Nell Moorman Emma Lou Moorman May Dempster and Messrs Chin Moorman and Tom Moore all of Glendeane formed jolly house party at Mr Foster Lyons last week Mrs Leah Pate left Monday for Louisville to study the latest things in dressmaking Mrs Pate wishes to announce her readiness and willingness to fill orders in any kind of sewing Shirtwaists suits separate skirts or childrens clothos Mrs Pate is strictly up todate in this line of husinessII Fate of Missing Schooner Boston Sept 23 A dispatch revi ceived here reports the loss of the Harwich Mass schooneK Elvira J French off the Jersey coast in last weeks gale together with seven members of her crow of nine Nelson and Shulz the engineer and one of the crew clung to pieces of wreckage for four days and three nights being picked up by the schooner Margaret Haskoll and landed in Norfolk Only One Dissenting Vote St Louis Sept 22Tho St Louis presbytery by a vote that was unani moue but for one negative vote adopt ed an overture from the general ass sembly which provides for the estab lishment of separate presbyteries for the negro people Rev S W Parr the only negro Presbyterian minister In St Louis oposedhoictlbn I OASTOnX4Bean theilia Kind You Have Always Bough I Blgnatw If DEATH LIST GROWING Number of Killed in Southern Rail road Wreck May Exceed Seventy SIXTY TWO ARE REPORTED DEAD Knoxville Tonn Sept 2GThe death list as a result of tho fearful wreck on the Southern railway near Newmarket Saturday has grown to 62 and it will probably exceed 70 be fore Tuesday as many of tho injured are in a serious condition and more deaths will occur at the hospitals Sunday there were six deaths at that institute tho last one occurring at 8 oclock p m when M P Gant a prominent North Carolinian residing at Shelby N C passed away Others who died at the hospital were tho two colored firemen two little girls and Nep Miller colored of Johnson City To the appended corrected list of dead there must be added an unknown in fant found at the steno of the wreck and two other unidentified bodies The list of dead is as follows W A Galbraith Knoxville Mrs W A Gal bralth Knoxville W T Ellis Greens boro N C Ralph Mountcastlo Knox ville Miss Inez Russell Knoxville Clyde Russell Knoxvlllc W A Stephenson Omaha Neb Cory Knight Dandridge Tenn John Conner Roa noke Va D S Fox Birmingham Ala J M Adkins Jelllco Tenn Mrs J D Gass Knoxville Mrs W O Haddix Knoxville James Bird Jefferson City Tenn Mrs R D West Jefferson City Mrs Albert McMahan Nowport Tenn Ed Degrout Johnson City John Glenn Morristown Tenn I J At J Jno S s and Mrs have iInI last C Gen a few I last and Mrs W F were at the Fair last Mrs P i I Mrs Heston and eloe a Fair Jnc of Ouster a and at last day h Dr A Ky E S Horner George Leo Ky J R Chapel Hill C E G Earnest City Tenn John White Pine Mrs R B ford Mohawk Tenn J Rhea Whltesburg W S Hill Jelllco Mrs Laura Hill S C Hill 7 Mrs Laura Hill Miss Sarah Hill Gaffney S C 15monthsold boy be son of Mrs Laura Hill Mrs McEwen R B Godwin City Tenn Mrs C A Russell William J J Daniel Mill G N Parrott Annie Haylow Birmingham Ala Mrs Green Sylvia No C W of train W R Arcadia FIn Mrs J A Lemons Roy Newport Tenn Mrs Nancy J Rum ley wautauga Tenn Mrs George Kinzel Rev Emery Miss Cupp P Gant Shelby N C C J Mills fireman col ored Telfords Tenn Nop Miller col ored Will Cunningham Ar thur Gass colored two white men unidentified old girl ROUSING M TING GUTHRIEII Guthrie Ky Sept 21Toddcounty never witnessed an outpouring of tho yeomanry as that gathered today und adopted the constitution of the Dark District Tobacco Planters Association Resolutions were unanimously adopted calling upon the Judges of tho courts in every district of Tennessee 5 und Kentucky to charge their respective grand juries to investigate the existence of tobacco trusts in violation of J tint a committee of one i1890ibo appointed to report a suitable O whereby it may protect tho Q The committee reported that the o name of the association shall be the Dark District Tobacco Q Planters Association Its object shall be to assist each mem g bor in grading and selling his tobacco The offices provided g IsecretarytreasurerI g g earhcounty represented g i at an annual meeting to be held Sept 21 of each g year The executive committee shall of one g from each of the respective counties in the dark district g r The duties of tho executive committee are and g cover all the points of marketing the product None of the g provisions of the constitution becomes operative until 70 g of the crop has been secured The instrument was unanimously adopted the afternoon the committee appointed to re port on constitution was instructed to action in tho Federal court against tobacco corporations Col Champion introduced resolutions authorizing the appointment of seven attorneys to draft without pay a charter for tho association election of resulted as follows Chas II Fort president F G Ewing chairman of the Executive FrnnkljHARDINSBURG Mattingly of was in town MoH Davis of West View wan town Mr Philip McUary moved to Cloverport Asia Hardin of Lodibnrg was the city Friday H Murray wasat MoDaniels last Friday on legal D RMurrayspent days of week at Fraukfort Mr Hook Worlds week R Heeton of Padncah is visiting Mary 0 Edward Dillon Franklin Klnch spent inLonisvllle J W Gnthrie has returned home from trip to the Worlds M Butler was in town Thursday on business trip Judge Mercer Gus Brawn at tended court Hudson Wednes Crawford Bardstown Morristown Tenn Plummer N Johnson Black Tenn Craw R Tonn Tenn Gaffney daughter of to Fannie Knoxville Jefferson Knoxville Monroe Ashmore Knoxville Jones Turleys Tenn Knoxville R Kane Knoxville engineer westbound Spencer Knoxville McMahon Knoxville Isaac Knoxville Knoxville Mevel M Heiskoll Memphis Tenn negro Charles Carson Greenville Tenn colored Cltice Tenn Greenville Tenn twoyear unknown unknown negro AT before such which Federal moved O I elected consist person numerous percent session urge The oilicors Balltown Friday- E Monday business Sunday Carrollton thought Knoxville James H Gardner was in Louisville last week purchasing goods for his store Mrs G W Beard returned home Saturday from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleMr Beard and Miss Clara Eskrldge attended services at Fair view Sunday Hon DO Moorman and wife were the guests of lien and Mrs D R Murray Saturday Senator James B McCieary was the guest of Judge Mercer while in the city Saturday Roland A Smitn of Stephensport was here Thursday visiting his mother Mm Amanda Smith Charles Morris ot Louisville was here Monday to probate the will of his father Abe Morris AB Skillman Dr R L Newsom and Courtney Cabbage of Cloverport were in town Monday IJesse Whitworth is at Franklin this week attending the annual conference of the Did E church Month A PASTORS WIFE She Suffered for Years and Felt HopelessCured byPeruna 1 fRS ANNA H FLEIIARTY recen- t1Yl Superintendent of the W O T U headquarters at Gnlcsburg Ill was for ton years one of the lending women there Her husband when living was first President of the Nebraska Wes lean University at Lincoln Nob In a letter written from 401 Sixty seventh street W Chicago Ill Mrs Floharty says the following In regard to Peruna U Having lived ft very active life as wife and working partner of a busy minister my health failed me a few years ago Host my husband about the same time and gradually I seamed to lose health and spirit My daughter is A confirmed invalid and wo both felt great need of an invigorator One of my neighbors advised me to try Peruna A bottle was Immediately secured and a great change tookplace In my daughters as well as In my own health Oar appetites Improved very greatly the digestion seemed muctfhelped and restful sleep soon Improved us so that we seemed like new women I would not be without Peruna for ten times Its cost Airs Anna BFlehartyWhat to bo called female diseases by the medical profession is now called pelvic catarrh It has been found by experience that catarrhul diseases of tho pelvic organs aro the cause of most cases of tomato diseases Dr Hartman was among the first of Americas great physicians to make this discovery For forty years ho has been treating diseases peculiar to women and long ago ho reached tho conclusion that- a woman entirely free from catarrhal affection of thesa organs would not be subject to female disease He therefore began using Peruna for these cases and found it so admirably adapted to their permanent cure that Peruna has now become the most famous remedy for female diseases ever knowh Every where tho women are using it and prais ing It Peruna is not a palliative sim ply it cures by removing the cause of female disease Dr Hartman has probably cured more women of female ailments than any other living physician He makes these MIss Tula C Daniel is attending the conference of the M E church at Franklin this week Miss Maggie Baker has returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs F P Payne at Clorerport Mrs WmG Haswell is visiting ner parents Mr and Mrs George W Me Cubbina at Stephensport Taylor Beard is improving his resi dence property on Third street oy grading the embankment Mr and Mrs S A Pate returned home Tuesday front a visit to the Worlds Fair at St Louis The Rev W H Foreman left the first of the week for Barbourville to attend the nnnnal conference The Rev WH Calvert left Monday for Barbourville to attend the annual conterence of the M E church Mr and Mrs L D Fix of Steph ensport were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm G Haswell Thursday The Rev W F Hogard left Tuesday for Franklin where he will attend the annual conference of his churoh W V and Tnos W Bowiner uf Louisville were the guests of their mother Mrs RH Bowiner Saturday and Sunday Miss Georgia Robertson of Glen deanennd the Rev Mr Clappof Lou isville were guests of Mr and MrsC V Robertson Thursday Mrs Zerl1 a Brodie and family will remove to Chenanlt this week They have lived here several years and will be greatly missed in socfal and church circlesRichard Wratber R S Bandy Alonza Dowell D C Heron Jake Sipes Lee Stith W N Cain Thos J Triplett Wm Keith Geo Drury and Pierce Hardaway of Irvington and Bewleyville were in the city Monday on business before the county court HEAD BRUISED While Wince Basham was driving a team across the railroad tack at Addison Saturday the wheels caught in the rail and threw him out of the vghiolu on his head He was badly bruised in the head and uncousciuus for nbout ten minutes but is now improving U UI DR P1 G MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices CURED Of t JIPELVIC CATARRH J cures simply by using and recommend f fertIng Peruna oatMrsrei writesthtI was a terrible sufferer from femaleJweakness and had tho headache contln tw uously I was not able to do my house work for myself and husband I wroto 1 tht you and described my condition as heark ire- as J possible You recommended Peruna IpelI took four bottles and was completely i fre cured I think Pcrnna a wonderful We medicine Mrs Esther M Milner mr Thad KIChamborsburgf FrleriandI Be T M Mahon 1 11- If you do not receive prompt and satis L tee oJ factory results from the use of Peruna 1D j write at once to Dr Hartman giving a f HI full statement of case and ho will O webe131viceMIAddressi ofOhioJ Th or LITTLE DOING I i iThJno Bates collared was fined 2 J Pe and costs for disorderly conduct in I P1e police court Monday morning There Ji- has been little doing in police oi rcles rfor several weeks r r t sac 11A I II JII Drrl J C BushtttYtY To 4 4DENTISTi MMTI t JftJ ifi 1 f i l If 1 I i I iffrtm I 4j r yVI I piai l M1Ionth for four daysjljl jlInvT n J J Json ty WILL BEAT Ji J bee I I mmIrvington j 7 i jar t jjj jftJjI I whMJj 1 w 1- yM ft lrrsPy 1 J Will be prepared to do all tW W iiiikinds of uptodate if- X I dentistryll i ofScat ti ScaticT3i 7 say Tot in 1 CeQ Tot poi FOR SALE I J OIIeral usesrhr SCOI 1T l by f My entire stock ofocE Ry goods consisting of tldl everything that is rlI9asEI carried in an uptoadate store i D f t tiorofi A good location for a hood sketfirstclassJ Call on or addressii Y Rf t tow i real 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