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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y- 4i t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT JJ VOL XXIX 0 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1904 8 PagestP NO i2 i II fI I I I E 1 i- T i t i f 1 1ti ti 11- i T jjI I I i f 4r 4i k f rif 1 i J 1 t ITi1 i y I 1 t 1- t Ii t II t FINE YOUNGSTERS Entered At Colt Shows Of C II 1 Drury At Bewleyville and li- Al Beard At The Burg Chns H Drurys colt show held at Bewleyville Saturday for the best sucK rJ colt sired by his SHddle and 1 harness fltnlllon Denmark Dare brought out sixteen handsome sons and daughters of his get The first 1 premium of 10 was wou by the roan Wwe colt belonging to Thos Moor a man ofBig Spring For this colt Mr Moorman was offered 100 before he left the show grounds f- In awarding the second premium t ot 8lt was hard for MrJno Geoghe J gan the judge to decidu between Raymond Moormans colt and Ernest Hendersons After a hard fight Mr Henderson won by a narrow margin In the twoyearold ring there were four entries The owners were Hon Chas Blanford E P Hardaway George Drury and Ernest Henderson I While they were alt good ones and a credit to the sire Mr Henderson captured the prize of 8 It will be I remembered that this youngster won the second premium in the show ring two years ago Interest in this show is growing and the crowd increasing annually there b4between four and bve hundred people present Among the number from R distance were Robt EII Woods of Louisville Charlie Moor man and Owen Kerfoot of St John Ky and J T Lewis of Rineyville From Hardinstmrg were Will Beaucbamp Charlie Beard Vic ROb rtaon and T J Moore I BEARD COLT SHOW jk A number oJ fine colts were entered la B M Beards colt show at Har dinsburg Saturday Three premiums were offered for colts of John II Mr Beards celebrated jack Mr L LII Milnere entry took the first premium of 10 Alvin akillman the second I of t8 and Frank Jolly the third of f5 There were also three premiums offer ed for the colts of Aberdeen Star Jr The first premium of 10 went to Percy Beardand John Mattingly and Frank McUary received f8 and 5 theOfluo Judges in Mr Beards colt elbow were Joe Glasscock of Mo jJaniels and Taylor Dowell of Irving ton BASEBALL NEWS Tobinsport Defeats Cloverport Hardinsbur Kirk Team And Cannelton The Ryans Breckenrldgo countys best baseball players went up against the mighty Pumpkin Rollers of Tobinsport Ind and lost The Ryaiig of Jeffer sonville considered one of tile very best amateur teams in Southern Indiana battled for bind with the Canuelton nine but they lost too It All happened Sunday afternoon which goes to fchow that Perry connty Ind has Rttythe real goodswhen it ftnea to jfinowing how to twirl the 7 sp ei aftch it and tilt it too A team composed ot the best players of Cloverport Hardinsburg and Kirk was defeated by a score of 7 to 4 by the Pumpkin Rullers Our home boys say they have just as good players asI Tobinsport but somenow thA scoreI in this game and several other re 1 centonet Tobinsnort vs Irvfngton Tobinsport vs Kirk star dont point that way Trne the gAb6 wasI G on Tobinsports own grounds but sev 1 oral years ago they say Cloverport used to win from Tobinsport by a score or 40 to 0 How times do change t The Ryans were defeated Sat day by the Ponies of Cannelton by a scoreI of 8 to 0 Everybody thought theI l Ryans would win hut the PoniesI oldnt It makes eight or nineI t straight games they bav Nwoh thisI season TO PUBLISH BOOK Dr F M Smith is making ppara tlons to place in the handset a publjy- BIilW a number of poems he has wri I for publication in book form TheI book is tto be illustrated with penI sketches by his son Lilbon Smith GOES TOMATJCHPORT R T Laslie hasflpTfee from Uermnn town Ky to Mjjuckport Ind tp reside w t t WaUBr Marlow went to Lou Jii l o Wed esday I CARRIE NATION Wanted By Ladies Aid Society To Cone To Hardinsburg News Of County Seat Hardinsburg Ky Oct 4 Special The Ladies Aid Society of the- M E church South hope to secure I Carrie Nation for a lecture sometime during circuit court week Mrs Nation is now in jail at Wichita Kansvfor smashing the windows of saloon but it is thought she will be j out in time to reach here Mrs Nation will undoubtedly draw I large crowd as everybody will want to see and hear this celebrated tem perance lecturer j LOCATES IN WEST Hardinsburg Ky Oct 4Spe- cialMrs J Walter Campbell and children who have ben visiting her mother Mrs R B Bownjer for J several weeks returned to her home in Redlands Cal Monday She was accompanied by her brother W V Bowmer of Louisville who will locate in San Francisco I THE COURTS Hardinsburg Ky Oct 4Spdc- ial Fiscal Court has convened with Judge Miller presiding Circuit court convenes next Monday There is a large docKet about seventy new cases having been filed and court will probably last two week MINSTREL SHOW Hardinsburg Ky Oct 4Spec- ial Sandford Robinsons minstrel show was at the opera house atnrdaf night A large crowd was in attendance BUY MUCH TIMBER Hardinsburg Ky Oct 4Spec- ialMessrs Chas Robbins and JacK Roberts have bought large tracts of timber from J P Mllner and FM Bennett of Moak TO RESIDE HERE Ed Litsey of Whitesvtlle who has been firing on the L N railroad has come to this city to fire on theHen derson Route making his first run this week However Mr Litsey will not move here just at present lie is a irotherinlaw of J L Gennane the popular engineer on the branch BEST IN YEARS Was District Teachers Associa tion That Was Held at Kites Run Last Saturday ll The district teachers association held at Hites Run last Saturday was conceded by all who attended to be the best in many years Out of sever al excellent papers read it was voted that two of them be published These were a paper on Nature Study by Prof J P King and one on The Ideal Trustee by S H McCracken The association convened at 1- oolock in the afternoon Miss Mary M Jarboe was elected secretary fit J Roberts spoke on the dutIes ofllthe teacher Edmund Wrjje on the opportunities of the teacher and Roscoe Laslie on beautifying the school grounds all handling their subjects very well Prof King then read his paper on Nature Study Mimes MaggfbWroe and AllieWitt had the nlOsubject Making ana Enforo fag Rules which wits largely discuss edINext Mr McCracken read his paper on an Ideal Trustee after which Miss Bury Ballman talked on School pattersonlreaching arboe Prinary Number Work After a speech by Supt Pile Smith Waggoner and Wm Hawkins made talks on the Ideal Patron which were well received A Mr Gardner of Ill- InoIs spoKe nn general school topics The attendance was excellent and iI- beg to be excused expressions from teachers were not heard on every hand as is usually the case at associ Ions when they are called on to speak SPEAKS OCTOBER 10 The Hon Jas Edwards will speak at Hardinsburg on October 10 the first day of circuit court in interest cf Parker and Davis Messrs Vic and Will Bowmer of oqlsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Sunday THE FIRST EVER Automobile Here Sunday Only One To Pass Through This Part Of The State Tne automobile which came down the pike from Hurdlnsbnrg Sunday afternoon and stopped here that night was the first to make a trip through this section of the State The machine was driven by G L Motteler ana son O S Motteler of Louisville They left Louisville at 0 oclock Sunday morning and arrived here about 6 oclock in the afternoon Their first stop was at West PoInt where they lost an hour while being ferried over Salt river From West Point they went to Vine Grove thence to Big Spring and then to Hardinsburg The roads they said were in very bad condition Consid eying the length of their route and the hilly country over which they came their speed was very good The machine driven by Messrs Uotteler was an Overland automo bile which IP an 800 pound gasoine affair They lett here Monday morn ing at 030 oclock for Cannelton and jventnolly Rockport and Owensooro being ferried over here to the Indiana side by the Katy They are spending their vacation taking an automobile tripMr O L Motteler said that every there they stopped this side of West Point the people told them that Jtwas the first automobile to come throuh their section of the State A number of antomobilists of Louisville want to make trips to Evansville he said in their machines and will probably come over the route he and his son did now that they have demonstrated that it is a pretty good one SHIP FINE CATTLE Irvington Ky Oct 4Special- J J R Wimp Son have shipped twelve head of fine cattle averaging- In weight about lSOOlbs to Hardaway fe Co of Louisville and received the top of the market in prior W J COOK DEAD WellKnown Farmer Of Hancock County Died Near Town Sat urday At An Old Age William 1 Cook for years a well known and prosperous farmer of Han cock county died suddenly Saturday morning at the home of his niece Mrs Loudy Thompson about two miles south of this city on the Bow ling Green road Early in the morn- Ing he had three attacks of convul sions and died shurtly attar undergoing much suffering For twenty five years he had nad vertigo Mr Cook had been making his home with Mrs Thompson tor about a year He formerly reside about sev en miles west of this city in Hancock county For fifty years he farmed near Skillman And was wellknown in that section He had sold h is farm on Indian creek and also one on Blackford but left several thousands dollars in a Hawesville bank Mr Cook was born in Grayson county in 1821 Years ago he mar ried Miss Pirthenia Richie of Hancock county eleven children being born to the union but only one Mrs Elmina Sherer surviving A sister Mrs Sarah Lloyd of Curdsville also survives Mr Cook Many friends were numbered among Mr Cooks acquaintances in this and Hancock counties He was a good citizen and a man liked by everyone who knew him He was a member of the M E church and was an Odd FellowThe funeral was held Sunday after noon and the interment was on the deceaseds old farm near Skillman BRUNER TO SPEAK 1 Dr Ben L Bruner of Hardyvilh Hart county will address the voters of Hardinaburg on next Monday after noon at 1 oclock In the evening at 8 oclock he will speak in this city Dr Bracer is Republican candidate for congressman from the Fourth die trict WORLDS FAIR AND RETURN 1850 On Tuesday morning Oct II J C CRUTCHER of Webster Ky will take his third and last party to the fair at the above extremely low rate This rate includes your railroad fare hotel bills and gate fees in fair grounds and four full days at the fair Write him for particulars if you are going TUESDAY OCT 11 r If you are going write him for par ticulars His hotel is the Christian Endeavor i ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food Yeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK LOCAL UNIONS A S E OF COUNTY HAVE A MEETING Delegates from the lo cal unions of the American Soci ety of Equity In Breokenridge county met in the court house at Hardinsburg Saturday after noon for the purpose of electing a rep resentative to the national convention of tobacco growers to be held at Lynchburg Va on October 1011 and to set a mimimnm price on tobaccoThe meeting was called to order by W B Taul who was elected chair man J D Babbage was chosen sec rotaryE Ogleaby sold he regretted to see so few farmers in attendance as he had expected a large crowd presentJoseph Taul said that all farmers shonld get in line with the movement Hw said ha was in favor of sending- a man to the Lynchburg convention and paying his expenses Mr Tauls motion to send a delegate to the convention carried and M Shrewsbury Chas Durham Granville Wilson Fe1IA Carter and E B Oglesoy were put in nomination When a vote was taken Wilson receiv ed 0 votes Shrewsbury 0 Oglesby 7 Durham 2 and Carter 2 On the wee ond ballot the names of Carter and Durham were dropped Wilson reo ceived 11 votes Shrewsbury 10 and Oglesby 0 Mr Wilson declined nom ination us MrShrewpbury had already HERALD ERRORS Button Factory Not To Be Erect ed Here As Stated By Louis ville Paper A news item appeared in Mondays Louisville Herald to the effect that n number of Cloverports business men have organized a stock company and will build a button factory This is an error The gentlemen referred to in the Herald have been making an effort to organize a stock company- to build a button factory for this city but have not succeeded and have giv en up the project tor this year at least Under big headlines appeared the following in Mondays Herald several paragraphs being omitted Capitalists Cloverport are arrang ing to add a button factory to the mnsselshell industry that during the past two years has developed among the towns on both the Indiana and the Kentucky side Of the Ohio river A joint stock company iIs being organized to establish n plant to be known as the Cloverport Pearl Button factory The capital stock of the concern is 0000 and the pro moters are Marlon Weatherholt R L Oelze Dr A A Simons and H A Oelze A factory building is to be erected and the plant will have a daily capacity of 200 gross of buttons The buttons are to be made of mussel shells which are dragged from the bottom of the Ohio river It TERM SHORTENED- Mike Burk who was sentenced to two years at Eddy vilie for complicity- In the killing of J P McCarver near Victoria will be released Oct 17- His term has been shortened by excell ent behavior determined to go to the convention so on motion Mr Shrewsbury wee made the unanimous choice ot the meeting as a delegateand Mr Oglesby was elected as an alternate- It was moved that the delegate go instructed the meeting favoring 9 cents per pound tor red tobacco front the ground up and 15 cents for Bur ley The motion also carried to request each local union In Breckenridgt county to send 100 to Ed Goodman at Hardinsbnrg to pay expenses of the delegate to the convention at Lynchburg On Mr Oglesbys suggestion to or ganize a county union to meet four times a year at the county neat the same was formed The meeting then adjourned to meet the first Saturday in January Hancock meeting Hawesville Ky Oct IThocounty convention of the American Society of Equity was held here today and there was a large representatlod present from every Dart of the county There was much entnnsiasm and several speeches were heard with marked attention The chief purpose of the gathering was to elect delegates to attend the great convention that Iii to be held in Virginia in the near future KILLED HIMSELF Asbury Searles Bleeds To Death From Wound Accidentally In Flicted By Own land While out hunting in the Glendeaue section last Thursday Asbury Searles a sixteeuyear old boy accidentally shot and killed himself He was standing with his left arm resting icrosa the muzzle of the gun The gun was accidentally discharged and the load of shot tooK effect in hie arm just above the elbow severing tile numoral artery As considerable time passed Before help came to him and a longer time before a physician could arrive to dress his wound he soon bled to deaththe shookof course hastening the end Death came while the boy was under the Influence- of chloroform Young Searles was a eon of Philip T Searles of Owensboro Friday morning the remains were taken to weusboro over the Illinois Central railroad and interred at Elmwood that afternoon BUSINESS NOTICE I have gone out of business and am compelled to settle up my accounts as 00 n as possible All persons owing me are requested to call and see me and come prepared to pay T W Anderson Jewleyvllle Ky- LEAVE FOR CANADA Louis Young and Chas Ricketts of German Ridge Ind were In the city Saturday en route to British olumbln to work In a smelter About a dozen of their relatives in Ferry and Brenkenridge counties were at the depot to see them off 1 I f r r = =E I Il w- 1j1j 1jt t tt- i t- x ti i i yt llJ tJ 1J i f I i t i t j tr t 1 h t r rr Liir f Y f i r r tJ 1 ftf 1 t r a 4a 4 St G GENERAL BARON OKU AND HIS REMARKABLE ACHIEVE MENTS IN THE FIELD General Baron Oku commanding one of the three armies which in such a masterly manner cornered Kuropatkins army near Llaoyang und sent that oommander flying back in practical rout toward Harbin Is a smasher rather than a strategist He was In the ChinoJapaneee war from which he emerged a popular hero being dubbed by his admirers the Grant of tho east I m BIG SPRING John II Meador was in Louis ville lust week Fred Richardson is home from Indiana where he has been work ing this year Henry Poniek will have a sale October 7 after which he will leave for Californa Miss Meyer has returned from Louisville where she attended tho funeral of her father Mr Wolf Mr and Mrs Jack Collins and children attended the association at Bradonburg last week Miss Lillie Scott who was visiting her aunt Mrs Morris has re turned to llardinsburg Miss Laura Baker who has been visiting Miss Ola Clarkson has returned to her homo in Charleston S C Miss Elizabeth Kennedy of Hod envillo and Miss Sudio Ilolbert of llinoyville arc visiting Miss Zolnia Strothor Mrs Will Ilungorland who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson has returned to her homo at Louisville Dr Sfcrothor and John Morris worn nt Hardinsbtirg Monday to J J I CASIORIA For Infants and Children 11- a The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theii Signature of 1 1 0 111I fUsej For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO i RIA THK OINTAUR eOMMNT NEW Yoa CITY to attend county court when tho will or of the late A K Morris was probated or Mrs Sallie Clarkson who hasG been visiting Mrs Amanda CIILrkn son went to Brandenburg last Wednesday to visit her sisters Mrs of Casperke androodsonwC C Stiths family has moved to jit Ekron and D Meador has moved into the hotel Mr Stith will re main here until October 3 when he will have his licenso transfcrcd tttoKENTUCKY BANKS A report compiled in tho office of tho Secretary of State shows 341 State banks in Kentucky that have cash on hand to tho amount of 22S2313 and have assets amounting to 04977515 These = banks paid in July 415000 in dividends I During the past year 37 now State banks have been or ganized with a capital stock of 810000 The report also shows that there are cloven trusts com panies in the State that have 232 000 cash on hand und their assets amount to 10211274 Troubled with rheumatism Then why not I DrThacheteLiver NOT THE PLACE Mr Richard Western Farmer Says Young Men Should Not Settle In Illinois Mr and Mrs Peter Richard of Mendota Lali lIe county Ill and Mrs Chas Hafele of Cannelton Ind were in the city several days last weeK the guests of Mr and Mrs M Hamman Mr Richard and Mr Hammau were schoolmates and friends in Germany their native country and baa not seen each other for the past fortyfour years Years ago Mr Richard resided at Cannelton About fortyfour years ago was the last time he was in Cloverport and of course he sees great changes in the townWhen Mr Richard settled iti Illinois he bought a prairie farm of 200 acres for 4075 an acre Recently he sold his farm for f100 an acre or for 20000 A brother of his who settled in Illinois with very little means is now worth 100000 Mr Richard says that Illinois is not the country for a young man to settle in now as it once was because land there is too high Ttie Dakotas and southern Canada where there are millions of acres of lund bS fertile as Illinois soil and much cheaper is the place for the young man of the East to settla if he wants to go West says Mr Richard A Sliver Quarter Will buy a good many things The best way to spend it Is for arucamph First Aid to the Injured You not only get your moneys worth but you get an instant relief for Cold in the Head or Chest and Nasal Catarrh Paracamph takes away that stopped up feeling soothes the inflamed membranes and removes the conges tion MR FINCHS FUNERAL Concerning the funeral of Thos E Finch who was born in Tobins port Ind and who was formerly citizen of Cloverport last Wednesdays Owensboro Inquirer had the following I The funeral of the late Thos E Finchoccurred at St Stephens Catholic church at 930 this morn ing and was conducted by the Knights of Columbus of which he was a consistent member The ceremony was beautiful and im pressive Rev Father McConnell paying high tribute to his char acter F A Ames Cos carriage factory closed down for the occasion and his late companions attended in a body Tom Finch had been in the employ of Awes Co a number of years and had justly earned his promotion lIe was honored and respected by all who knew him and will bo greatly missed by his family and friends Mr Finch died Tuesday morning September 21 as was reported in the XKWS last week Mr and Mrs Wood Weathorholt Mrs Hugh Weatherholt und Filimorc Polk of Tobinsport Ind were among the people from this section who attended the funcrulI ARREST IT50 REWARD- A bottle of Eczine will be sent free every reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease eruptions any form of Eczema Blind Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith retI ter Barber Itch Ringworm Bolls Blood Poison Fevei Sores cr any other erm disease or sores of any name or fcO reward will be paid for any caseI Eczema that is not promptly cured Eczine Eczitie will heal anyII sore or cure the worst skin and make 4 look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred diseases until Ecziue was discovered find now thousands are cured daily Never ind what you have tried forget theI failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BtfYD CHEMICAL 0 l 931 Rand bfcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co I DR PeC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices 1 Rapid 8pran of Plant It is marvelous how rapidly some plants will spread themselves over wide stretches of land The writer was struck with the way In which the yellow charlock took possession of the lino when the Meon Valley railway was being made The very next spring after the embankments were thrown up their sides were clothed with this rampant and conspicuous cruclfier A line of yellow across the country mark ed In many places the course of the railway Topples too for sonic un known reason will occasionally appear In strange and wonderful profusion The striking Instance related by Lord Macauluy may be quoted by way of Illustration After the battle of Lan den the ground he tells us during ninny mouths was strewn with skulls and bones of men and horses and with fragments of hats and shoes saddles and holsters The next summer the soil fertilized by 20000 corpses broke forth into millions of poppies The traveler who on the road from St Tron to Tlrlemont saw that vast sheet of rich scarlet spreading from Landen to Neerwlnder could hardly help fancy Ing that the figurative prediction of the Hebrew prophet was literally accom plishedthat the earth was disclosing her blood and refusing to cover the stain Longmans Magazine A Zuni Baby The Zuni child spends his early days In a cradle But a cradle In Zunlland does not mean down pillows silken coverlets and fluffy laces it is only a flat board just the length of the baby with a hood like a dolls buggy top over the head Upon this hard bed the baby is bound like a mummy tho coverings wound round and round him until the little fellow cannot move except to open his mouth and eyes Sometimes he Is unrolled and looks out into the bare whitewashed room blinks at the fire burning on the hearth and fixes his eyes earnestly on the wolf and cou gar skins that serve as chairs and beds and carpets in tho Zuni home By the time he Is two or three years old he has grown into a plump little bronze crea ture with the straightest of coarse black hair and tho biggest and round est of black eyes He Is now out of the cradle and trots about the house and the village When the weather Is bad he wears a small coarse shirt andI always a necklace of beads or tur quolseSt Nicholas A Thousand Way of Lying There are u thousand ways of lying but all lead to the same end It doesI not matter whether you wear lies tellI lies act lies or live lies your character is ruined all the same There is no more demoralizing In fluence in modern life than the unnatural straining to seem other than we are Nothing else so quickly lowers self respect takes the tine edge off honor und blunts the conscience as the sense of being a sham n glided fraudI or an unreality It cheapens stand ards lowers ideals saps ambition and takes the spring and joy out of living No man can make the mot and the best of himself until he is ab solutely honest with his own soul and unfalteringly true to his highest ideals and this is Impossible while he is living a He Success The Jloorlnh Woman nt Home When not tlxed up for visitors the Moorish woman is always ou disha bille lounging about all day In a loose cotton or muslin nightgown rose or yellow being her favorite shade hop bare feet thrust Into slippers very much down at tho heel and a flower stuck In her wisp of uncombed hair which from a continual use of llenn3I dye Is npt to break out in patches of yellow green or gray Hairbrushes nvo unknown a very coarse comb alone being used which may account for the fact that the hair Is neyelI glossy or well kept She has a devouring passion for paints powders and perfumes attar of roses and snn dalnood being in special demand Pilgrim A Tree DUtlllerjr On the Canary Islands grows a foun tain tree a tree most needed In some parts of the islands It Is said that the leaves constantly distill a quantity of water that Is sufficient to furnish drink to every living creature in Hlero nature having provided this remedy for the drought of the island Every morning near this part of the Island a cloud of mist arises from the sea which the winds force against the steep cliff on which this treo grows and it is from tho mist that the tree distills the water Proved It My wife will bear witness said the prisoner at tho bar that at the very time I am accused of burglarizing Mr Smiths premises I was engaged In walking tho floor with my infant child In my arms endeavoring to soothe It by singing Rock n by Baby The prisoner Is discharged remarked his honor He can prove a lullaby Waiting Instead of GolneSThe art In life Is to sit still and to let things come toward you not to go artJer them or even to think that they are in flight How often I have chased some divine shadow through a whole day till evening when going home tired I have found the visitor just turning away from my closed door Arthur Symous In Saturday Review Your Advertising See that your clerks know all about your advertising plpns Some clerks would never know that you were ad vertising It you waited for them to read tho advertisements voluntarily AmericanI dvertiaersa There is no great genius without B tincture of madness Seneca AN ESSAY READ By Mrs Henry B Head At Dis trict SSConvention Publish ed By Unanimous Vote The following essay was read SundayschoolAlsoolatJon trier which convenes at Rosetta Sept 24 bv Mrs Henry 13 Head and by Ia nnammouu vote of the association was submitted fur publication for the benefit of Sundayschool workers The hrst qualification of a Sunday school teacher is to possess a Christian spirit together with u practical knowledge of the Bible Vu learn Gods will by reading his word And men get to know God by doing his will And Sundayschool teachers mustI qualify themselves to teach His wora and reflect His spirit It must always be rememoered tha heart power and spiritual preparation are important qualifications in the teacherHe qualify himself to build religious characters Character building should be an object of the Sundayschool teacher and worker He should be so thoroughly imbued himself with the spirit of Christ that he is able to make lasting impressions for good on the minds of his pupils Like the ripple caused by the peb ble thrown into the ocean end I only on the other shore so these im pressions may end only in Eternity- To build perteot characters requires patient industry and perseverance Sundayschool teacners meet with discouragements and patience l- an e essential in overcoming them Industry I Success has never been attained in any line of lite industryPerserverance I The merchant the physician the lawyer the farmer as well as men gin other avocations where success has been attained have reached it by persistent effort and the Sun dayschool teacher to attain success must persevere Briefly summing up and rehearsin some of the qualifications at least of the Sundayschool teacher we find A Christian spirit- A knowledge of the Bible Patience Industry and Perseverance build the characters who are to make the homes control the affairs of the land and to obey the great command Preach the Gospel to every creat ure This in my opinion answers the questionThe Value of n Xninc Nelson 11 thriving little English town lis a living instance of the value ofa name Not long after the battle of Trafalgar some tinker tailor or other person established a tiny wayside inn and called It after the naval hero There was nobody on the spot from whom to expect custom but the road led to and frpni populous districts Travelers stopped at the place and presently a cottage or two began to rise then more of them and the name of the public house answered for the whole That was the nucleus of the present town Now 40000 people IhcI around the site which the old Inn keeper chose ami called after the name of his hero Murder Charged Urbana 0 Sept 19Bert Lefol charged with the murder of his friend Oliver West In a drunken fight in Ad dyston this county was bound over to the grand jury without ball This was his birthday He was 31 years of age PiercesGoldenlargely than any other blood purifier or stomachtonic Digger sales to day than ever be fore Is that not the true feel F Cures oth ers why not you 1 Makes i rich red bloodAn lion oCna- tures methII od of restoringwaste tissue and impoverishment of the blood ana nervous force is used when you take an alterative extract of herbs and roots without the use of alcohol like Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery This vegetable medicine coaxes the digestive functions and helps in the assimilation of food or takes from the food just the nutriment the blood requires Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery urifies the blood and entirely eradicates the poisons that breed and feed disease erysipelasbollsmar and scar the skin Pure blood is essential to good health The weak down debilitated condition which so manyrunii people experience is commonly the effect of impure blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery not only cleanses the blood of impurities but it increases the activity of the bloodmaking glands and it enriches the body with an abundant supply of pure rich blood No matter how powerful the intellect or the resources of intellectual power it must Everydaypuretimulatingbuild the tissues that were destroyed in yesterdays work Dr Pierres Pellets cure bUloustioM tCl = l= JOHN S CULLEY 9 BRICK CONTRACTOR m Louisville Ky X e 3r rh3t sr flJ Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J Le MOORMAN tDENTISTOffice over Oolzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Pests Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND GOWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaraaieid H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession in all of the Courts of BreckenrldKe and adjoining conn ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts r BankufHardlnabutge- t SourStomach No appetite Iloss of strength nervou ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh ef the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodtl reprogtents natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined wltk the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does set only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thla troublbystrengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr 55 Ball of Riyenswood W Vs MTU uraKodoJI alIIlorKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only thebUltePrepared by E O DeWITT II 00 OHIOAA ISold by all Druggists PARKERS BALSAMOleum lairIromoteegrowthNever rJIalrColorCureManyc FINED LEAVES TOWN Last Wednesday morning about 10 30 oclock Bert Bofivin was tried in police court on the charge of being drunk and shooting within the city limits The misdemeanor was committed on Saturday night September ii4 when Beavin was engaged in shooting up Cowheel and cutting up generally Judge Wills found him guilty and taxed him to the ex tent of 1740 the total tines and costs on both charges Beavin after the trial was given his lioerty and left the jail either to go to his home and get money to pay his fines or get n bondsman At least he told the 1thatddingthismake the proper connections he left town on westbound freight train No OS maKing connections of anotnr nature Broke Into Ills House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by ConstlprtlonWhen into his house his trouble was ar rested and now hes entirely cured 1 hey re guaranteed to cura 2So at Short Haynes Drug Store SAND BARGE SINKS- A barge heavily loaded with sand sunk in the Ohio river In ten feet of water about cunnerylaststlffbreeze thebargeThe barge was the property of Ed Whitehead It had been loaded with sand at the bar several wiles below town on the Indiana onitaUDgtheA Lure Letter Would not Interest you if voure looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo wrItes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a boy of BucKlens Arnica Salve cured me Its tho best Salve on earth 25o at Short Herpes Drug S ore S J 1 J J1L A k 1 11 w J it iM ttd iKt 1lli yf VMW V t i q4M t f l L r dI 1 I f 4 I i t r M rl- c s i iit irJ W j r s i1 i i rj ii J h rj r 1i- r III a J tY r i t 141 r t 5- frv c 0 r j r iI- II 1 L it I ii t iwI- L01 r j 4tt b ttr r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 5 1004 MYSTIC Roy Beanohamp was homo list Sun dayNelson Ueauchamp went to Davies county last week Rev Harrell preached at Walnut Grove ounroh Sunday Z B F Harrison went to Irvington on business last Friday j Miss Maggie Canhman who was very skid with typhoid fever is better 13urrel Maoy and Horace Roberts visited at Yellow BAnks Saturday and Sunday MiS Lillian Adkins of Simple will visit her sister Mrs Lee Beau champ this week J Malcolm Robertson and Miss Jessio Cary of Webster attended church at Walnut Grove SundRY Mr and Mrs Edd Robertson of Evnnsvllle Ind are visiting at Mrs Harriet Pninos this week Mrs Lee Shaw of Lodiburg an sister Miss Myrtle Beancbamp ofr this place went to Stephensport shop ping Saturday Dir and Mrs Owen KeyjS Mr andI I Mrs Uid French Andy Keys Sr and Mr Dan Miller visited at Mr J W Keys Sunday Mr and Mrs Old French of Lodi burg will go to West Point Ky this week to view that vicinity for th purpose of locating there School will be closed at Poplar Grovo this week The teacher Miss Nora Harrison will make one of Crntchera party to visIt the Worlds told Testimony of a Minister Roy Jon S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num ber of pnysicians and triM all sorts ot medicines but got no relief Thor I oegan the Use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that bad me in its grasp for twelve years ItIf you want a reliable j medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or generalI debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Only 50c LAHANT Ernest Pike was in town Sunday Mrs James Warlen of near hereiis recovering from an I illness Eugene Beavin and family spent Sunday at RL Redmans of Mooley ville airs L T Roberts is at homeafter a visit to her brother Dr Moreman at Csvenflboro Mies Jessie Pike hIs returned homo after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs r F Basinger Mrs Emma Lacy has returned home after a visit of some weeks to her par ents Mr and Mrs H S English PATESVILLE Hra RVPrymirei8ill- ChasKylerof Hawesvilewas in town last week Miss Nina Wilkersonof Cloverportis visiting relatives here F K Gordon of Ovvensboro was in town last week on business Mrand MrsEddie GordonJrweut to Tell City this week to reside Mraiid Mrs JBaker visited in Hard iusburg several days last week SuptJFDeJernette and Prof TH Smith of Hawesville were in town Saturday Deaufield defeated Dukes in a game of baseball here Sunday afternoon Ity a score of 5 to 0 Mrmul Mrs Walter Jarboe aud little sonatid Miss Hattie Latlaceof Horse Branchspent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Irs Dell Frytnire The teachers association which was held here Saturday though not very largely attended by teachers was well represented by the oatrotis and trustees AdrlcedIt may be a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at this season of the year to lay in a suppy of Cham berlains Cough Remedy It is almost sure to be needed before winter is over And much more prompt and satisfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is con treated and before it has become set onlyebe done by keeping the remedy at widelyrkdbwn and so good that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any other It is for sale by Short Hane- sFRYMIRE JWBarr is on the sick list MrsStrock Barger who has been sick for so long is not much improved MrsCampbell and son Claude have just returned from a visit to Louisville SJ Brashear attended the Baptist Association held at Brandenburg vlast week MrsTJBruner is teaching a stlect school in the neighborhood of Julius Dutschkes MraHE Fryinire and Mrs Blanche Bruner spent Thursday evening with Nrsj WBarr Miss Gertruee Allen is at home from Ekron for a short stay on account of sickness in her teachers family tLon Griggs of Missouri and his cousin Carlisle Griggpof Little B end Kyvisited at JWBarrs last week SCAlleu and wife and baby Charles Ernest of Wyatt Mo who have been visiting his mother and other relatives of this placeleft Monday for domed AST CJn X ABewi theTto Kiod You Nara Alwafs Bout Signature YI11or OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST Here The List Prizes For the nearest correct estimate or guess 81000000 For tho second nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For tho fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For tho mth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the 10 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 50 each a 50000 tthe 2n nsxt nearest correct estimates or guesses 825 each iOOOO For tho 42 noiti nearest correct estimates or guesses 1 15 eachr 63000 For tho 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses flO each x 100000 For tho 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses f5 each 157000 492 prizes amounting to S2100000 Valuable Information To aid In forming yonr estimates wo furnish the following figuresThe TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President In tho year 1664 was4re41921668 was 572468 Increase of 4223 per cont Ib72 wns6466165lncreaso of 1294 per cent 1876 was8412 133Jncreuse of 3010 per cent 1880 wns92OJ400lncrease of 947 per cent 1884 was 10OU9S51ncrenso of 907 per cent 1888 wns113s0900 Increase of 1330 per cent 1692 w S12ro9S511ncronse of 596 per cent 1896 wnsJSI2302lncrease of 1545 per cent 1900 wns1S9S9653lncreuseof 26 per cent 1904 Whet will It bo Figure It outor guess at It and send in your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Be careful to write your name figures and PO plainly Dont fall to tako advantage of the SPECIAL PRIZES I IIPrecnutloDllrr Treatment The Dutch peasant lives wtli cunnla all about him aud roaches his cottage by way of a drawbridge Ptrliups it Is In the blood of tho Dutch child says a writer in M A P nut to fall Into a canal At nil events the Dut li mother never appears to anticipate such a possibility One can Imngiuo the average Eng lish or Amurlnin mother trying to bring up a family Inn house surround ed by canals Sho wpuld never have a moments peace until the children were in bed But thou the mere sight of a canal to tho English child sag gests the delights of a sudden uud un expected bath An Englishman inquired of a Dutch woman Does n Dutch child ever by any chance foil Into a canal YOB sho replied cases have been knownDont you do anything for It con tinned tho questioner Oh yes she nuswgrcd Wo haul them out again But what I moan Is explained the Englishman dont you do anything- to prevent their falling Into save thorn from falling In again 1 Yes she answered we spankl them CnlcnlntliiK the Distance of n Storm Although lightning and thunder oc cur always simultaneously an Interval of shorter or longer duration is usually I observed between those two pho nomcna winch Is due to the fact that sound travels only at the rate of 1100 feet per second while the passage of light Is almost Instantaneous Based upon this fact it is an easy matter to toll at least approximately how many miles a thunderstorm is away A normal pulse will butt one stroke to the second and by counting the pulse buts during the Interval of the light ning and time thunder the lapse of seconds is arrived at and consequently the number of foot which can be reduced to miles For example If thirty seconds elapse between thu flash of the lightning and the crash of thunder the storm center is at a distance of 33000 feet or about six and onehalf miles An almost ac curate calculation can be made by us ing a watch with a minute dial The Parisian Cnle CarlcntnrlM Among other Parisian types describ ed by a recent observer Is the cafe curl caturist lie Is a youth with a pale face and very long hair lIe looks the type of the bohemian and he Is He offers to draw caricatures for 50 cen times 10 cents His luncheon is fre quently a myth nor Is he always sure of his dinner But no matter what the state of his finances he will Have his absinth to which he adds but little water The cafe caricaturist is invariably an artist who has not succeeded Ho has either been at the Beaux Arts 01 has studied under some fatuous painter Somehow or other he has como to grief and has swelled the ranks of those whom fortune has disinherited slow Often Has Mother Arose from her bed at night in alarm at the raspy cough of baby She knows at once the dread destroyer Croup has arrived Dont hesitate Use Parucamph at once It will prevent and cure croup is of In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For the nearest correct guess received before July 50000ForJuly 1st and before July 15th 50000 For July15th50000ForAugust 1st and before August 15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 50000ForSeptember 1st and before September I15 50000 For the nearest correct guess receivedoil or after 50000ForOctober 1st and before October 15th 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 2500000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find 6to apply on subscription account Name Postomcep State t My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November 8 1904 fortheomco of President are Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky IIIlllll Ask For 1847 ROGERS BROSJIf you wont Sliver Plate I That Wean IakeII IR41 ROGERS BROS and you will I receive the Genuine nnd- Origlual Rogers Knives Forks Spoons etc IIThey can bo purchased of leading deniers For new cata logue CL address the tankers INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO Merlden Conn RUSSIAS SPLENDOR Under tne title of The Splendor of the Wealthy Russians Thorndiko Colton in The Twentieth Century Home for October gives a most interesting account of the court of Russia whose magnificence is the wonder of the century No people on earth are eo extravagant so lavish so imperially magnificent as the high class Russians Their palaces are the most superb in the world their jewels the most costly their dress the most lavish and ornate A court function in Russia surpasses in pomp and grandeur anything of its kind lu the world No Western imagina tion can picture the splendor of the jewels the colossal superfluity of dis play which the wealth of generations of European nobles the servility of numberless sultans Asiatic kings and potentates have heaped at the feet of the Czai am7 Russia All tnis of course does not apply to the common people large numbers of whom are sunk in poverty and ignorance The article is well illustrated trom photographs Better Than Pills The question has been aSkedIn what way are Chamberlains stomach and Liver tablets superior to the ordinary cathartic and liver pills Our Answer isThey are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agreeable that one hardly real izes that it is produced by a medicine Then they not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and aid the digestion For sale at 25 cents per bottle by Short Haynes FARMERS ELATED Clarksville TennIt is predicted that great things for the farmers will result from the organization foriad at the Unthne Ky mass meeting lust Saturday The leaders in this move ment and the rants and tile of the farmer are enthusiastic over the re suits of the gathering and confidently predict good prices for the weed this I yewrIt is believed that a majority of the farmers throughout the dark tobacco belt will cooperate in this movement and it they do these can be no doubt as to the results accomplished and the trusts will be forced to come off their perch and pay the produces better prices for their tobacco than have prevailed during the last season Do You Suffer With Rheumatism Sore Joints Neuralgia Pains in the Back and Side If so go to your druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph use it as direct ed If it fails to give you relief and do what we claim for it your money will be cheerfully refunded Para camph opens the pores induces sweat ing and relIeves pain almost instantly SENATOR HOAR DEAD Senator Hoar of Massachusetts died at 185 oclock Friday morning after an illness of weeks He was a congressman and United States sena tor for many years and one of greatest types of New theI statesmen In his death the lican party loses one of its ablest exponents A Judicious Inquiry- A well known traveling man who visits the drag trade says he has often heard dznggisti inquire of onstomrea who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or an for adult and if for a child they al most invariably recommend Chamber Hans Cough Hemedy The reason for this is that they know there IB no dan ger from it and that it always cures There is not the least danger in giving itand for coughs colds and cioap it is unsurpassed For sale by Short Haynes BECKHAM TAKES PART- St Louis Sept 2U Governor Beckham and the chief executives ot three other states participated in the celebraticn of the Jamestown exposition day at Virginia at the worlds fair building tvday The exposition will be in 1007 000 NNNO ON 1 Bank of HardinsburgJ I a OFFICERS i iBF BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS T Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard + Dr A N Kincheloe D S Insured against loss by RichardsonIIiInterest paid on time N01N NNO ON000NO N00 000000 NONO 00N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILWIAN Atst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnisheiTour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on tithe deposits OsNNS NSNs ssseseesssssssss sssssesNNNSN IIi iFirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIInterestPaid on Time Deposits NsssNssNSssssNSSNtIINsNNSSSSN N I + THE I Fifth Avenue i HOTEL Louisville Ky ifIIIIPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr h J+ H am p m pm p m u m Thejnost centrally located only In the a 1200 one block from the principal district from principal theatres pass the to all of neat clean L r r S 000000 ON OONO 0 00000NONONN i COZ0LIVE STOCK t Y COMMISSION MERCHANTS I CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY NON000000 OOON 0+NNO NNO ONOOON 00 00- sassessassescoltsSSS4i + NSessseosscsessesessoessssessss- The growing popularity of the Great southwest the continual Inc ease In vel to that especially on third Tuesdays of II Hoineseekcrs1 and Colonist Vay reduced rates dates I j I System to to Its already complete train equipment encourogesII i CARSiIn DocemberII 1m SOUTH 835 pm 431 m 600 410 pin 420 907 1010 Oslo hotel blocks section BERTH RATE Lv St Louis Frisco Ar SirlngUeld 0100 Ar Ar Monott 100 Ar Ar Purls Lv Lv Paris MIdAr-Ar Ennis Lv Lv Ennis 26011 TAr-Ar Houston Dv i Returning Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First Third Saturdays m reservation address tin person or by letter nearest local of I System or district as follows iK Al WISIIART L P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR A StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Cannelton Ind and firstclass cltyimaklng rate Only shopping and two Street door parts cltv- Everything and J r3 firar 00 00 OOOOOON and the first and Itoundtrfp One Frisco add SystomAr 200 200 Tox 260 300 NORTH730am 1206 1040 1150 1220 p n a p a a u mIIII and p representative Isco representative I Evans- tillesesesNssseNSsssNSNssN Co the cars the tho 650 545 010 910 For TI V G BABBAGE Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure l For Coughs Colds and Croup Sarifords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot V JNO D BABBAGE School books etc HALLS AttorneyatLawPUBLIC VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewer1 glossyStopscolor to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsUlftlffireoJflteiL1 A I J o n L T U yy T It vi JJr k i i a i i fj fI I j I tii- i ii it IiY i i iI t tI I t I 1r 1I ttf f i f 1a t I I Ij j 4 il l I t 4f 4S i Vie r t BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D and V Q BABBAQE a Bdlton and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OK THANKS over five lines chargedI or at the rate ot 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5i Banta per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If 1tI IsI sot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the add Ubscrlbers should give their old as wellsa the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY October 5 10- 01ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE WE are authorized to announce Hoiiry Moorman as a candidate for County Judge of Ureckenrldge county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized to announce II W of Hancock county a candidate for State Senator from this the 10th district eomtxwed of the counties tot Hancock BreekenrldRe and Meade subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE 11WMcCrackentlre from Hreckenrldge county subject to the action of the Democratic party n OUR INDUSTRIES Machine Shops of L H St L RR Machine Shops and Foundry Canning Factoryii Tile Roofing Factory Two Planing Mills Saw Hill- Flouring Mill Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposit 22355098 Real Estate Improvement Co American Tobacco Factory Qallaher Tobacco Co Limited Monument Works the best country print shop In Ken tucky Equipped with natural gas electric lights typesetting mil ciiinJ Nast peand all modern Improvements u = T The Worlds Fair bnsihesi iib grow= ing Mr Ferry says he has sold near ly as many tickets up to the pretent time this mouth as he did the whole of last month The editor of the News will be at Hardinsburg next Monday If you i owe him anything therenever was a better time thus now to pay It j Look at the label on vnur paper and see how you stand if you are behind put the money in your oooKet and give it to him Monday Dont torget this please Mr Wattorson is throwing some double leaded broadsides into Mr Roosevelt and his imperialistic ideap S If Mr Watterson Knew how little effect they were having on the average voter he would pick up his grip now and leave for Other climes and not wait until after the election a Political enthusiasm is all on paper It is not in the people Judge Parker is reported to have said this 1 do not realty care whether Itint elected prosi dent or not I did not sock the office and do not particularly want it 1 will not do one singgrl thing to help forward my election If the people want me 1 shall be glade to serve but I am not going to ask anybody to vote for mo If a man dont want a thing told is not interested enough in it to make an effort to got it he doesnt generally get it And this indifference on the part of Judge Park er account for the indifference on the part of his friends Xo wonder Ton Taggart cant get up any enthusiasm in tIns campaign 1 100 Re SI00 The readers of this paper T ill be pleased to learn tnat there is at least one dreaded disease that science nas been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known Jo She medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease reqUIr- es a a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is tanen internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any CURe that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress FJ CHENEY Co Tole do O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation LOW WATER The upper Ohio river is lower thanJJ it nan beenAaince 1000 and only theII sma tcn run z to 1 IDRRPKEENE I g IIDENTISTS 4 mOF1 1Will OWENSBORO m- I 1 be In Dr Lllthttoots office out of endl prepared toirmmweek on all wishing High Class Don vI tlstryFirst Trip October 10 to 16 JPICKED UP G W Dodson of Frymire went to Toll City Saturday Win S Payne of Harned has moved to Long Grove Hardin coun ky Ho has bought a house and lot and blacksmith shop there and will slake it his future home Mr Payno is one of our best citizens and we hope ho will live long and prosper in his new homo Hawkins Smithof Garfield says he has tho finest crop of corn he over raised Some of it ho says will mako from 50 to 05 bushels to tho acre rH Gough of Brandenburg Meado county will celebrate his seventyeighth birthday next month Mr Gough was the first shcritT of Meade county elected in 1S51 He succeeded his father Thomas Jefferson Goughwho was sheriff under the old constitution when the oldest magistrate on the board took tho office of sheriff Mr Gough held too office of sheriff for two years was then elected county clerk and held that office for sixteen years Mr Gough was one of the most popu lar men in Meade county and could have been in office yet if he had so fjwirsd Ho retired from public life seveml years ago and is yet a pretty active man for his years David M Duncan the popular editor and publisher of the Mcado County Messenger is now enjoy ing anew home of his own building It is a twostory frame plain comfortable and convenient Ho has a wife and two handsome children a boy and a girl to enjoy- it with him David went to Brandenburg several years ago with just enough money to land hUll in the town He tookcharge of the Messenger at a salary of 750 a week He got right down to business and hard works ved his ihoiiuy married bought the Messenger paid for it and now has beautiful home is still running the Messenger successfully and making 1a good citizen All of which is a credit to his pluok eno ergy told hard work Henry W Herndon the popular host of tho Hotel Henderson was I passing up the road the othpr day and at every station he would lookout and say howdy to some of his old acquaintances Henry is always glad to get bath to his old county see his old friends and say howdy And everybody seems glad to see Henry too Just above Lodiburg lives Mr A J Keys Ho says That man can make the hest sorghum any man over put on a biscuit I remem bor I went down to Ills house forty yeltrs ago with my father to get I him to make our sorghum Ho was the first man in the county to make it His reputation extended far and wide as the best sorghum maker in the country Taylor Beard of Hardinnhnrg is making some good improvements to his property near the depot He is grading the entire front and building new fence This will add very much to the attractiveness of his howe This is a commendable public soirit and its catching All over our county this improvement and homebuilding I is going on to an extent never before seen Mrs Nora Board formerly of this city has moved into her handsome new home at Irvington It is a beautiful place MANY CONVERTS Elizabethtown Ky Sept 2JThe revival conducted by the Rev M Ham which had been in progress for a fortnight closed last night with 125 conversions NOT IMPROVED The condition of Mrs Naomi Chap c criticallyillhour of the News APPOINTMENTS Of Ministers of The ME Church r South In Elizabethtown And Owensboro Districts FranKlin Ky Oct 8The fiftyi ninth annual session of the Louiaville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South came to an end to night when Bishop Smith read the appointments of the ministers for the ensuing year The appointments for the Elizabetbtown and Ow nsboro districts are as follows- Elizabethtown District Presiding Elder P C Duvall hliziibethtowu A P Lvon Elizabethtown Circuit A C Gentle Hardmsburg G S King Hodgenville T C Peters Vine GroveG F Cundiff Brandon ourg T L Crandell Big SpringL M Enssell- Irvlngton W A Hynes Falls of RoughG W Pnngburn Sonora D Y Walton Hardin Springs W R Godby MoDaniels R H Hartford Louisville CircuitB A Brandon Wolf CreekTo be supplied by J A SavageLeltchfieldE R Bennett South Leitchfield B A Hunte r West PointB F Wilso- nMillerstownB M DeWitt Steohensport E AI Gibso- nRosettaTo be supplied by F R Roberts Owensboro District Presiding ElderJ T Hushing Owensboro Settle ChapelF M ThomasMain StreetB M Currie Lewisport J H WalKer HawesVIlleC T Williams Owensboro Circuit T JRandolph Fordsvllle J B Galloway Hartford W T Miller Beaver DamE D Boggess Pleasant Rtdgo W 0 Moorm an Calhoon J H Roe Beech GroveJ H Massey South CarrolltonC P Hartford LivermoreJ L Reid Rome B F Lawhorn CloverportP L King YelvingtonA J Bennett BreoKenndge and Woodlawn W P GardlefSttplhUr Springs C F Baker At Barbourvllle The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church In session ttt Barbonrville made the following appointments for this county Hard insburg W H CalveVt Sample supplied bv J E L ioore BEWLEYVILLET- hos t J Drury of Louisville spent Sunday at home YoC Jolly was made school trustee Saturday evening Mrs Alma Weatherfordrecently visited Miss Mary Payne Will Paul was herd Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs G P Paul Miss Nell Moorman is the guest f hoi grandparents and is visiting other relatives The visitors of tho neighborhood dined with Mr and Mrs Z T Stith Sunday Misses Ida Davis and Blanche Jolly were visiting friends in Irv ington Monday Thos J Moore of llardinsburg was hero Saturday and Sunday visiting old friends Mrs II 11 Jolly of Irvington and her guest Miss Clara Steele spent Friday at Dowey Heights llnv Morris preached Sunday morning from the textVhllt is man that thou art mindful of him 1 Tho excossivo heat of last week is followed by cool weather and so it goes Hadnt wo bettor sell out and go to Oregon- Fletcher BJaurord has finished a fine barn for Hugh Hardaway Ho had Arvin Stith as partner in the work These two are carpen ters who know their business well The meeting at Hill Grove has been largely attended Our people have been well represented quite a number have joined the church The assisting preacher Rev Boles is a very earnest revivalist GOLDEN ROD PUBLIC SPEAKINGS- Dr R H MoMnllen of tins county Peoples party nominee tor congress in the Fourth congressional district will speak at Irvington Thursday evening at 730 oclock at Stephens port Friday afternoon at 1180 and in this city Friday evening at 780 An equitable division of time will be given the nominee or either of tne old parties Dr McMnlliu stands by Jeffersonian principles and ia opposed to Wall street r81e wkrfJMr it ig shed- ItarabiDam erRepttt etijr 4 1i I MARRY OCTOBER 17 Mr I B Richardson and MIst Lot tie Compton will be married in thA Baptist church at Garfield at 7 oclock Monday morning October 17 After the ceremony the contracting parties will come to this city to take the fast train to St Louis for a trip to the Worlds Fair Mr Richardson and Miss Compton are members of wellknown families in the county The groom is engage sin the mercantile business with hi father A A Richardson wnlle the ondeeleot is the daughter of a pros perous farmer Pill Pleasure If you ever toot DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill rleasnre iIsI These famous little pills cleanse th liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tong and strengt- to the tissues and organs of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by All1 Druggists NEW DEPOT- Mr T A Pedley has received a personal letter from Mr A M Mo Craoken general manager of the Lou isville Henderson and St Louis ran way company to the effect that the ofiioials contemplate erecting a ne w station just south of the present depot this fall Ever effort is bean made to have a union station built on the site It is under stood that the L and N road is the only road not willing to enter the union depot pro position At any rate the Henderson Route officials have promised a new station bur Owenstoro this faUTues aays Owensboro Messenger A chance to make money Read about our guessing contes- tCAMPAIGN OPENS Louisville Ky Oct 3 The Demo cratic campaign opened up today all over the state in earnest The speakers found large crowds of eager and en thusiastic listeners at all their appoint ments A chance to mate money Read about our guessing conte- stLOUIBUR I I Miss Nord Harrison spent tad week at the StLouis fair ALincoln of Leitchfield visited at C CGrants last week Wm Hardin visited his family at Owensboro last week CCGrant went to Louisville yester with a carload of tobacco WMHallof Websterwas the guest of Miss ABGrnut Sunday- A chance to make money ReadI about our guessing contest Miss Lizzie Bnudy was the guest of the Misses Argabright Saturday Mtand MrsH L Bruuerof Union Starwere at Gid Frenchs Saturday Sash Avitt and Andy Keys went to Louisville yesterday with tobacco Gola Grant and Hstcll McKaughan visited relatives at Sample Sunday ABaud Ruth Grant visited Miss Mc XaUghanof Stephensportlnst week Gus Barger returned Saturday from California where he hap been for several months Mrs Joe Fitch and son James spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr and MrsGid French Alaska K Hardin and Miss Myrtle Deacon were the guests of Mrand Mrs C L Avitt Sunday TARFORK OWand Sam Rice wen to Owensboro last week BHnnd JBBatesof Jolly were at L CTauls Sunday MrsTH Bates was n guest of lireJ Byacksou last week Lafe Taul and family visited relatives in Owensboro recently thesThe writer and her gude old mon spent Sunday with LCTaul and wife Mrs Jane Jackson and MrsObe Mc Quady visited Mrs O WRice one day recently Jesse Matlow of Patesville is at his brothers here in the interest of the timber business- e Mrs Thurnian Hook and children of Cloverportare spending a few days with Iraoc11IrsEd Hook Monroehchildwiio has malarial fever James Burdett and wife visited rela tives Sunday in Piucheco His father RevLouUs Burdett returned Lome with them iKNOCKED MAN DOWN Tom Ryan knocked down Joe Mat tingly Saturday afternoon in front cf the Bank of Cloverport by striking him with his fist Ryan was provoke trifleRbut when they saw Marshal DeHaven coming they shook hands and made up Marshal DeHaven took charge of both and a hasty session cf police court was held Mattingly was given 12 and costs by Judge Wills soil Ryan got off free Mattiugly was drunk and disturbing the peace and was fined on general principles explained an officer of the court tothe News Personally Conducted cursion ARIZONA I A COMMITTEEMAN The of the State hold their twelfth convention in Louis today and tomorrow A Breckenridge county bankers and their families in attendance H H Kemper cashier of tne Two States bank at whose pic ture appears above haSbeen a member of the committee on ore dentials LARGE PEARL FOUND David Phelps a local mussel shell uinn found a beautiful pearl in the Ohio river several days ago weighs sixty grniuslt isby farthe largest and most valuable pearl fonnd in the river at this Cbas Wendelken came downfr2 AI Louisville Sunday to see his wife who has been for the past two weeks but whose condition is now much improved J THE HOME OF TINO- LJo Weak People If you are thin pale lack energy suffer with indigestion nervousness and Irritability cannot sleep and have no t appetite we guarantee that Vinol will make for you rich red and restore 1 your health and strength If you will 1f7 try Vinol and it does help you we i agree to return your This showsl1 Our faith and fairness Will you try itii Respectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists Si rVery Cheap Rates via i ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD M Louisville to 1520 I New Orleans Jackson hiss 1360 I Tickets sold SU20 Hammond Ln Vicksburp Miss H30 October 1 1 and Round trIp Corresponhng low rates to lntertnedlnte points November Ir Good 21 days with stop oven 1400 I points in Indian nnd Oklahoma Territories I Tickets sold One 11AU points Intermediate Corresponding low October 4 and IVs y I loMUslsilppI and Louisiana I 16 1650 J Houston Galveston San AntonIa Ft Worth t Tickets sold One VAV I Texas and Intermediate points i Oct 4 and 13 J3800 j Los Angeles San Francisco Caland i Tlcketssold One Way I late points f daily to Oct 15 I Only Line running through Ex I Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO and I TEXAS cankers annual St number will be Irvington appointed that point ill blood not money Intermed ISpecial Low One Way and Round trip Rates In to the Southwest on effectiimonth and Third Tuesdays In iBESTiFor Folders and 01address Ralph ParletteThe Great Humorist Oelzes Hall Oct 19 8 P M 1f L We have gone to a large expense to get this great Humorist before theCloverport people and the patronage of everyone is especially and cordially solicited for this big event Mr Parlette stands without a peer in his line and everyone is assured a good time I Cloverport LyceumP- rices 15c 25c 35ca j r Reserved Seats on sale at WB OELZES STORE CALL EARLY r 1 1cA J1 1j W Vt 1 JJtHdL r 1 l l i jL L Aili wl111ra w w t- S R I I i i s w I i I r I i i f Ia r Ii 1 i t t 1 14c i1t i Aj J- Y I h Ji fffJ J I 1 i I itlt k4t if I i tt tiI v t ttt 1r J 1 t i q t i p r p r JUST ONEWORD that word Is T11ttIIt refers to Dr Tufts Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTHAre you constipated indigestionSick VIrtleoBilious BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the tmo You Need TuttssPills Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October ff 1001 New fall goode Babbage Son Guess Dont miss a good thing Big prizes See page 3 10000 for you Guess Mack Miller nas a position with Short Haynes- J L Gennane of Irvington was in the city Monday Mrs Jno OConnell IH recovering trom a weeks illness See Miss Judith Millers line of stylish hats for children Rev Father Moss of Cannelton was in the city Monday lt N Hudson was in Paducah par of last week on business Mrs Joe Fallon returned Saturday from a visit to Hawesville I We continue to lead in low prices on groceriesBabbage Son Stylish pattern hats and readyto wear hatsMiss Judith Miller Miss Hallie Moorman same over Jrom Qlendeanel Thursday to vIsit rel J ativesMtSE 1E Haynes went to Sampl- Friday to visit her mother Mrs A 0 HunterT la Huntof Cannelton wa the guest of friends in the city las 9t Wednesday Franklin Kincheloeof Hardinsbnrg was the guest of Miss Jane Smith SundayMisses Margaret Moorman and Jen Mabel Harris were in Louisville Jaturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas May 8r left Friday for Owensboro Tell City another dI points to spend several days Miss Jennie Green of Falls o Rough who has been the guest o Mrs G W Short went to Owensboro Friday to visit Miss Hattie Con way MJBS Jessie Cary of Glendeane was in the city Sunday the guest of friends while en route home from the St Louis fair Ladles If yon havent bought you e fall hats for yourself or children se Miss Judith Miller Her styles and prices will please you Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman and little daughter Elizabeth and MrsA B Skillman left Sunday for a trip to the St Louis fair arefr fj I in a suit brought against ir son Route by MrsT E Wurtsbough Lifjntfoot Miller of Hawesville was in the city Sunday the guest of mla tines He goes to Pine Bluff Ark this week with a view to locating there Mrs E E Haynes entertained party of eight at cards Friday evening in honor of Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Uougn who was tho guest or Mrs G W Short last week = o cents Eight cents a pound iis what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak andI paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gainedI twelve pounds in weight before Tr the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound isi cheap for such valpable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you bu Scotts Emulsion AVe will send you a little free SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Spcandj fiopj all drugfUts rJ L rtl iJi Ralph Parletts October 10 I GeoHarris went to Cannelton Satur day JuoBatt was up from Owensboro Sat urdayproctor Keith went to Louisville yesterday tired Newton was in Owensboro ThursdayHarvey Bush was up from Hawesville WednesdayWe a dozen for eggs OConnell Co Ike Meyerof Louisville was here Saturday and Sunday Lenox Soap seven bars fpr 25 cents OConnell x Co Win Wilson went to Henderson Fri day for a visit of several days The great Humorist Ralph Parlette Oelze Hall Oct ID- Arbrtckles coffee only 15 cents a pound at OConnell S Co The greates of the great Ralph Parlette Oelze Hall Oct 10 Mrsjohn McGavock returned Friday from a visit at Webster and Holt Miss Monnie Bannon of Hawesville is the guest of Mrs Henry Yeager Jflo McGavock returned Thursday from a visit to relatives at Webster Mr and Mrs Samuel Ahl went to Hawesville last Wednesday to reside Burrel Beard of Owensboro want to Hardnfabarg yesterday to register LDAddison and Hullie Black of Addison returned Friday from the St Louis fair Miss Ethel Oelze returned Saturday- t from a visit to Mrand MrsCKKeith at Elizubethtown rMiss Alice Board of Holt has re turned from a months visit to relatives in Henderson Jas F Mason of Victoria went to Owensboro yesterday to attend the Davi ess county fair Chas CottreHof Pensacola Fla was the guest of his sister MrsG WShort Saturday and Sunday proe duce to OConnell Co and receive highest marKet price Mrs Jolhns and SOD Warfield went thte Daviess county fair Miss Nora Harrison of Mystic was here Bondayen route home from a trip to the tit Louis fair Mr and Mrs Chas Mook of Louis ville were the guests of the Misse- May I Saturday and Sunday Misa Judith Miller has returned from Chicago with all the latest styles in np to date millinery Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory and guestfLucy Gregory Mr and Mrs R H Whitson of Slaughtersvllle arrived yesterday toI visit her sister Mrs C M Stephens Gis Satterfield of Hartford formerly of this city was the guest of relativesI several miles westof the city last week daughtere day to visit her aunt Mm WB Hill If you havent you had better taken guess in our big profit sharing con test or you will miss a good thing Harold Lee Sidney Groves and WillI Dhonan of Rome Ind were here Sunday en route to the St Louis fair Orange cider and pepsol always ice It makes n man teel good plum down to his toe nallsW C Leslie Mrs Ridley Berry and daughter May and Chas Berry returned Sat urday from a visit of sevearl dove toI Henderson Chicagoaarrived in the city Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H BowmerThe members of J CCrutcher I party mentioned in last weeks News returned Sunday morning from the St Louis fait Mrs W F Gilhland went to EkronI Friday to attend the bedside of he sister Mrs Frank Kennedy who has typhoid fever Messrs Ed Dillon Amos Board Arthur Beard Fred Bright and Pojn dexter Galloway of Hardlnsbnrg were in the city Sunday Wl Leslie keeps Whitesides bread delivered fresh tw ice ft week l He also keeps a generalline of family groceries Call and see him My fall and winter lines of stylish millinery just received will be open ed today and all ladieajare Invited toI inspectthem Miss Judith Miller Mr and Mrs Clarence faker re turned Sunday to Hawsvllle after a visit of several days to her parents Mr and Mrs Robt McGavock Rev and Mrs R T Laslie andI anyin the city es while en route to Mauckport I11d1 to reside Messrs Vermont Robbins a d Anscho Loyd and Misses Jessie Mat tingly and Lizzie Brown of near Harainsburg were In the oHy San JeraidaysTroy Jn i t 1 IRalph Parlette Uelze Hall Oct 10 Mrs W E Minor of Addison to quite sick again Tickets at W B Oelze store for Ralph Parlette entertainment Mrs Maine Williamsof Add son re turned Monday from Louisville Rev J F Win bell went to Rook port Ind yesterday on Dnsiiness Miss Mary Sippel and Jesse Mortor were the guests of friends at Hardins burg Wednesday Mrs 11 Blaine ol Stephpnsport was in the city Monday en route to the St Louis fair MM J G Stevens of Lousville Is the guest of Mrs Jno Burks at the Highlands near Addison Mr and Mrs J E Weatherhull were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wade Gray at Owensboro Sunday G W Winchell and C E Powell of Tobinsport lad left yesterday for a trip to the St Louis fair Miss Marino Bowmer gave a card party Monday evening in honor of Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Miss Sallie Williams of Addison has gone to Owensboro to attend the Daviess county fair and visit friends Mesdames Jeff Miller and J D SelI ton were the guests of Mr and M rs R J Board at Holt Sunday and Monday Deputy Collector L Thurston of Owensboro WAS in the city Wednesday on business for the revenue ser vice Geo Polkof Tobinsport and James Lynch of Patesville merchants went to Louisville yesterday to buy fall goods H H Johnson and Wm Johnson ot Lodibnrg left yesterday for the St Louis fair and Sulphur Springs TAX whence they go to Knob Cal on a prospecting trip Mr and Mrs Milt Mll1e rand daughter Anna Mrs H E Frymire and daughter Vanda Frymire or Sample and Mrs Mary C Kingsley of Laconia Ind left yesterday for the St Louis fair MR DAVIS LETTER- The letter of acceptance of Henry G Davis the Democratic candidate for the vice presidency was given to the press Sunday It begins with the statement that the times are pro pitions for the relnstatement of the Democratic party in control of the government and proceeds to discuss ofsthe campaign Mi Davis cl3se his letter by saying that ne awaits with confidence the result of the popular judgment at the pollsIn his letter MrDavis pays a glow thesextravagance of the present adminis tration hits the frusta a blow and says that the standing army is too great and that militarism defeats idea of the American government FAILED TO ARRIVE Hnwesville Ky Oct 3 HonDR Murray who was advertised for a speech here today failed to arrive rnd the Democrat were disappointed Later in the afternoon Wood G Dun lap of Lexington spoke to a small crowd of Republicans at the courthouse YOUNG BOY DIES JosephnElderwho lives five miles from this city on the HardinsburK pike died Sun day morning of complication of n dise ases The funeral was held Moudaythe interment being at the Catholic Ceme tery at Hardinsbnrg JNO GARRETT DEAD John Garrett an old Confederate soldier died Monday at his home between this city and Balltown heartatrouble as he die suddenly For years he had bad dropsy He was about seventyfive years old Mr Garrett came to this county from Tennessee and formerly resided rIn this city He leaves several child ren The funeral was held yesterday afternoon the interment being in the city cemetery is ATSPOKANE Spokane Wash Sept 20From Helena to Spikane Ijenator Fairoanks traveled all day crossing the northern point of Idaho enrcute The day was more marked for its devotion to sight seeing than for speech making but addresses were delivered at several places closing with a rally here tonight BUYS INTEREST Carl D Rue ha H bought a half interest in the Hawesville Plaindonler which has moved into a new office Mr Rue will be business manager while W S Sterett will continue to edit the paper Mr Ran was formerly a railroad operator at Hawesvillo CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS 1 Best CoughSyrup Tutee Good Nenen Use Irt Urns Sold by druggists I CONSUMPTION + r I Wants I + 1r r 3r3r r3r3r3rAdvertisement Inserted under tills Lead atone cent a word per week u u FOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines unu one lot of good Laundry machines UasollneEngines5IA1tTIN StreetLouisvilleWANTED W IIppletnslistuftreesIIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third ruesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St fouis Seas on ticket i r80 60 day ticket 055 15 day ticket F085- 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 jr Special Homeseekers Excursions- To the Southwest Sept 20 OcL 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 4 to 8 1904 On this account rate of r15 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will bs made Oct 4 to 8 in clusive good to return Oct 9 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Saturday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 680 Horse Show Rates f245 tr round trip sold Oct 5 and 8 good returning following date of sale Special oneway second class rates to the Southwest Oct 4 and 18 One way second class rates to Pacific and North Pacific coast and intermediate points each dayto aud including Oct 15 1904 Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masons Louisville Oct 18201904 Cloverport to Louisville and return 2g5 on Oct 17 and 18 good to return Oct21 L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND NoW Dally Fust Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West ion only arriv es at LQulsvllle 715 A M No 42 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 95I A M stops at nil way stations arrives Louisville 1235 I1 M IlalllurrlvesClovrllort m Stops at West Point only Train No4S Express dally arrives at Clover port 700 p m Louisville 945 p m Stops at till stations WEST ROUND Expressieavesvllle 1250 PM arrives St Louis 010 PM stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dully arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansville 100 p m Ht Louis at Hawes ville Owensboro andIlunderson only Train No 43 Mull and ar rives Cloverport 5 p mEvansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations 045 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 00 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 015 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvlllu 420 u m arrives Irvlngton 815 Hm Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Foidsvlllo340 p m arrives Irvington 000 pm Train No 0 Sunday only Fordsville 000 a m Irvlnpton 833 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvlnRton 1100 am arrives Fordsville 305 p mTrain No 5 Dully leaves Irvlnjjton 810 p ni arrives FordsvlDu 1100 p tu LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Fast Mail nod Passenger Line between Louisville and Evats vine- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p mJ Monday 10 mThrough freight rates and passenger tickets Ito Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office J54 150i58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G Fran p A GEOH WILSON Supt REGISTER DAY Voters in all incorporated towns in the State registered yesterday the polls remaining open from 6 oclock in the morn ing until 9 at night Votes will also luvfe a chance to register today in the u uU II i iMEET ME AT NOLTES The WoggleBugSaid Its your right and should b- eBUSINESSYOUR I To find out who keeps the best line of shoes and clothing IN CLOVERPORT When we tell you that we have some excel lent bargains to offer in these lines we tell you it IS WHAT WE KNOW And will convince you if you will come see us J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY r1fu IND I s ZZT I f A f isiiI The Worlds Desire Bureau the Worlds skill and brains organized Into departments of Med Iclne Law Education Special Information Advertising Books You can satisfy desire quicker und cheaper I using the worlds skill and is Your Desire i ability jriat enough a position want n better position S business in j iiIs your you health going good to attend some jcollege Have you n special desire o sSend us your name and addross A + and wo will sew If we can please you 4 free of chaw After you hove ulviii 4- A ova Tryout a proposition can IIK 4- o A reed upon If you then wish to 4 4 place till Worlds Desire IlurtMiu on your payroll Address 0 4 Worlds Desire Bureau tChillicothe BIG The Democratic campaign in Kentucky was opened in earnest Monday Wherever speaking lutes had been made large fund enthusiastic crowds were in attend ance All tho Democratic Congressmen out in tho Stale tilled ap pointments Senator McCreary addressed a good crowd at New Castle while Blackburn had a line hearing at Beck ham spoke at Frankfort Con gressman Hopkins and his op ponent Theodore Blakey held a joint debate at Jackson Congressman James also divided time at Benton with J C Speight tho Republican nominee in tho first district TO BACK FARMERS Ky Sept 2JF- C Ewing chairman of tho tobacco growers meeting of tho dark dis trict recently hold at Guthrio was hero today and stated that banks at Ky Clarksville Tonn and had agreed to back tho farmers in the fight they propose to make against tho tobftcco trust for letter pri There is no better flour milled than CADICKS Its purity and flavor make it as popular as it is wholesome People who are particular about the bread they eatpeople who know good bread from poor bread and want the good are the people who are building up our milling business Csxdick Milling Co GRANDVIEW NNNNNNNNNNNGive Tryout Ities iWhat businessS Moe4444444444444444444444444 SPEAKINGS KussollvilleGov Hopkinsvillo Hopkinsvillo othorpoints GOLDDUST FLOUR Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds und take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky1 p PLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for the trade u High Quality Work Mail Orders Specialized t v iC B Oelze I IWI Ky t1 I arsestvvee stl loJH+ 1H ++ +1H+ J- t+ AS THE + fof EIs nearing Holiday we SeasonII j r you of the T can buy at our store for T happy occasionpresents1 will be a- LifeTime theII i Pleasure it rTo both giver and receiver We v have a fine lot of well selected fj- W l jewelry Our experience is JJI J your gain for we know our tgoods and if we are honestyou take no risk Com and see us Watches Repaired All Kinds of Jewelry and Mu r alonl ilijatruments Sold iiT C LEWIS SONJJ t Hardinsburg Ky f++ + ++ f++ +++++ Mr and Mrs rd MoAfee lef Saturday to thO St Loali f x t ft I i i1 lI lr tI iitrI t J t t 1011 rV r 1 t i i I i t jr r f t I 4 I4 r 11 SI- r A r Sitf dC 4- f i 1- s V t f t ttsr w j j j r t t- y t IplI pl t 1- i 1- t t t t i I 1T s- F t a v F 4Ar 4 w VFO j f Arf Art k The Breckenridge News WJlDNF nc Y + nhpt r 1M re i1Uf eals I Va d CfJm2 I J titlP 9ll r8I bnfi Jri I3UBCourt1 Assembly providing for the Issuing oc nv1froTttfflTt lJ u=toand thet tensfon of registration nil fact 3o toW 4rfhI qtSbmi l LnjTheJudge Settet c EoBst JTn j here on ana allfOurthl1mm Circuit in a cnse of J QB I agtoy tfrWltfns Wr rj1 YntesII I sl1t1ls ferttCIal Jatfgurfrfr thwi held the act to be unconstitutional and the opinion of today is a reversal Of ntIut groan == = = TbefQnit savi That tit is Iin I severnlf r sclglotirua tfbe conceded but the defects are such asmAy teoorreotecliyrutul6wg181a liontIan l bet PcIfi4PPiPJk1 itll 4 acts neither unreasonable norvloin1 tCTis prbviBlons of tB G iikuCTi tionJt jsour duty to uphpJAiterwU ldiy d1hp ni 8 rltne c rt vtfh drawn after being hatylfrdpvnn order to give Judge Sett opportunity to maKe two adflays tpP J0K5 additions are to meet the queries pu- tgttirerltotheoartatoate 1hfi t J fl otregie tion and the IssuinG lsPffpcat c after re u rlrrglstrn1on fay by U County Lfeeckith stountheJ SlU l1efijcfnUtlflcertificates to parts ij wno couloI nor register on the regulf III It dayfar dpJHBBfVin ilia eIIodw slgo94 gSNi Tit01frIiITi c tllifli- 9tlJ hsIltletfiAhfrI11MrPtflmo moil 11tWaflllikKkih6tiipftlgogfbaghs an edisrSrditikItt1MftsbrMr 1tltlrRavi- guihii I n bfltAia3dk fiNYfl tfttlly Iwhe all other remedies firWtfl ave her life vmt Dr Kinds Ifev tD9f8v sltfPUoninwonderful medicth iIll1 The is td t1Jlfcli Jnfl rtL tiiroat and lung diseases yiei i tGDF Kings Yj4jJU 0ry ftVtJ0 other rnedi f Ltoine oieenth IfiTrtlnDle for Ccughs and FpJtJit Bln ft ml 100 bottles guirani l aeUlliH Shbrt Hnnes Trial bot ll ltiftol6t HAD GOOD SHOWING fFruiJL number of representative citizens uffjI wjifljattiquded hejli insville Day exer j JIIOwsflliipIt iLiuVfTP9dBy returned I t homei yesterday including Mayor I 0 Uraingei Fran CINl1emacber and f Rush C WfttBlns president of the Mernpbief GgininUt i0C the Commer cial Club ouslj9 llBle an ex Uent showing said Mr Watkins s err day afternofiW rfKifaiitffijpQbBh who visited the falJ1ern fnvjfirflhly Smr pressed with TncgaUi pay event I think vas s well worth the effort I lf3ie u that the city will reap advantages 40mt the advertising she received on tblCt dayFrom t 1500 to 2000 Louisville and Kentucky people were present on the Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont GetC Well When SicK All we can do is give advice Of course thats easy But our advice is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for we i offer to give you the first bottle of ourdmedicine free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unlesfour medicine was good Such an otter a on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince in the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as years bf experience have proved la a medi cine that cures tho sick Those whom it cannot benefitless than one In ten thousand we prefer to refund their money All we ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative N rvlne for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache muscular twltchlngs melancholy loss otellmemory weak stomach poor blood I bilious troubles epilepsy Bt Vitus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money 3fou are the doctor My son Dert when In his 17th year lbecame subject to attacks of epilepsy so serious that Wo were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had tailed to relieve him we I gave Dr Miles Nervine a trial Ten i andLIvererfecthealthMRWILSONDeputy t FREE write us and we will mall t you a Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Symptomyour case and tell you what is wrong and how to right ft Absolutely Free COLABPRATORIES ArI l I pmvNnta1 tiif yiirAo4i h sAK r- 6ll0 ImQurerod tJ I ir p Bed IIII + A Pceul 1onlCr scI T trJ hlonoThaBa BIli IG lIImrSJJnili bw 11pI St SfO U11g nUMUwy t tRNs f f v 7MCIlEi E s MEDICINE141iI f IIUIIII fiF6SALE BY ALL DRUGGI TWO SIZES EOC AND 10- ff I vdtfWave never trieu tlifs- t r- Ar for a free sample and states I r fsla you to try it- sc We now what J her Medicine Co 1ATTANOOQA TCNN J ds Fair grounds from Louisville nd many former Kentuckians who re now residents of other States join ed with the Louisville people in cele brating Louisville Day early everybody on the grounds wore Louisville badges Thursdays Louisville Herald Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman Tex says I cool not eat because ol a weak stomach IC lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope or recovery vanishc efl Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kudol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle henefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to L mv usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests what you eat and cures bold by All Druggists BUYS ENGINEtThe Henderson Route has bought engine from a railroad in Miss- Issippi which is owned by Louisville The engine IB an eight wheel engine and shout the size of the pas HgeV locomotives now used by thrt jHBnjfarsjn Route It will have to be thoroughly overhauled Master Me Ji iItbadd-d- ber wonJdbesiYiR XM6 engine Mayor L jjgfl F idayafter i noon for Scranton ulgpt0 bring the engine to Cloverport Q ANNOUNCEMENT RevT C Hoaklnson of Stephens port writing to the News from Franklin where he in attending the Louisville conference of the M E South says I wish you would state in the News next week that there will be preaching on the second Sunday in October at Gethsemane in the morn- Ing and at Stephenaport in the swan ing just as usual If the new preacher not arrive the old preacher will the appointments We are enjoYing very pleasant conference TOBACCO SALES Recent sales of Breokenridge coun ty tobacco in Louisville were as follows Picuett House 1 hhd Burley trash new crop 7 8 hhds old Barley 1175 117 80 hhds dark 2 20 to G50 Farmers House 8 hhds 000 640 to 335 Planters House 5 hhds dark at 020 to 455 FINE MULE Jack Harrington purchased of John Montgomery of Vine Grove a wean ling mule last week that is said to be the finest piece of muleflesh in this part of the State She Is fiftyseven inches high weighs 650 pounds and is a coal bleak Mr Montgomery took all the blue ribbons with it lOt the Elizabethtown Fair amounting to 3050 and afterwards sold it to Mr Harrington for 100 Meade County Hespenger DeWitts fflsarJ r SalvoII For Pilo Burns A REPORTERS STORY ftIIKCTI gRun iio 3jr eltl ItiflttitlNf= eu pWfJrquette ire now running passenger trains be 8Jfijmfiffi blcdtretid Detroi- tbft tii 1 brv9 the Huest cPir lt trains in this R41Ptf lrfBa lU3ttyreporter who firstj1It 4th 100J Ipgoribes itctib follows The trftinrtajaslftta of a combination bggrtKeTcapinraV i8OiDker a ladles diningIntt ndap rtt iJ1K uiof a parlor mIDu ghted with a- qjxa1 l O IMfI4nJ s was rtAplen tbhtanctP In the highest exceptlharbaggagdaSc 3s of FJeuilBhnaIc with rattan high t rck seat JSiftnAfhetl in mahogany Even the combination ear at the head pfJhB traiB Is j pjrojcided with a taro Sort with nickeXlilftted washstand If will seat M p ople The ladies erinchirtats 88 ebpla and has hlgh hack rolledtop plush seats A novelty which excited admiration is the coach and i rCL1ivI iUne there being seats for B0 altllougn a spacious Kitchen is lo cfttpdun the center with four tables in the rear of the kitchen But the triumph titi modern car building to shown in the parlor cur which is said outrihltHdmahoganyfinisholive green revolving chairs j The smoKing room is tne most com entersJng here It is so constructed that tit is absolutely private from the rest of the car and has accommodations for 11 lovers of the weed at one time At the rear of this car is a plate glass oDMervntion platform In honor of the inaugural of the new service every car was decorated with festoons of smilax caught up by clusters of asters and roses The beautiful moving palace has wide vestibules and each car has its own electrical apparatus for lighting in addition to the Pintsch gas system SOUR MOTHER- We have just received one of the most beautiful home songs that has of late come to this office It is called YOUR MOTHER written by JT Rider This Is a song that everybody ougnt to buy and everybody ought to sing Chorus Whyyour mother your own mother Such affection could cone from no other In sunshine or rain in pleasure or painThe you loved best was your motherPrice 50 Cents Per Copy- Readers of our papers by sending 11 cents in postage stamps to theI Theatrical Music Supply Co 44 West 28th Street New York will re- eive a copy wailed to them post paid IS IN BUSINESS Jesse Morton of Pine BluH Ark who has been visiting hrs father H Morton is now in business with one partner in Pine Bluff atter working for several electrical companies of the country The name of his firm is the Union Electric Co and they handle all kinds of electrical supplies They are located at 311 Third avenu- ePRIVATE WATERWORKS A private waterworks system has oeen installed at the planing mill lumber sheds and coal office of Gregory Co on Murray avenue The water is pumped from a deep engineIntoof the tank or reservoir is 1500 gallons and a long reach of hose proteoUon THE MH i MEDICINE FoR WOMEN If you are nervous and tired out continually you could have no clearer warning of the approach of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before you seek treatment You need Wine of Cardul now just as much as if the trouble were more developedand the torturing pains of disordered men painsleueorrhoea ache were driving you to the un failing relief that Wine of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands of bringyouWine out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back symptomsfrom geroUI troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of flourdealerAdvisoryDeptCot GIhattanooga TtJ1n and the medicine will be sent you 1 WINE eRVI BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY CROPS AND STOCKS Corn is an average crop especially early corn Late corn and tobacco has suffered on account of dry weather more than other crops Tobacco cutting has been retardedon account of damp cloudy weather Most that was cut was onscaffolds when rain come But little wheat ground has been broken Some are breaking now while others will sow corn land There were many peaches in the lightIsc me good young mules and but few have been sold Mr H S EngtishJrof Amnions Ky bought five weaning mare mules at an average of 50 They were ah extra lot of mulls There is a good demand for good feeding hogs this class being scarce Horses and mules are not selling readily nUll cattle can be bought at most any price There are sonic nice cattle in this county and they are in good condition Notwithstanding the low prices of stock and dry weather we have many things for which to be thankful and if we are economical with the products nature has given us we may see another spring without suffering any privationsI to mention the potato crop which is generally a goodone We will have better roads this winter than we had last and progress along ninny lines has been madeR S 0 of Gleudeanein Farmers Home Journal One Of Many H A Tlsdnle of Hnmmerton S 0 suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only oneof the many many cures that have been effected by this wonderful remedy In buy ing Witch Hazel Salve it is only uec essary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E O DeWitt 8 Co in Cnicngo and a cure Is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures all Kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin dls eases etc Sold br All Druggists IN COURT OF APPEALS Lezlnsky vs Legrand Smart 8 Co vs Breokenndge Bank Breokenridge appellants in each case given thirty lays additional time to file briefs 5OOXLOOCASH LION COFFEEAddition Regular Free Premiums How Would You i4 Like Check like This ContestIHIPresidential Vote Contest Five Lion Heads cut from LIon Coffee Packages and a 2cent stamp entitle you in addition to A the regular free premiums to I one vote The acent stamp covers I our acknowledgment to you I that your is recorded i You can send as many est mates as desired FIELD MARSHAL MARQUIS OYAMA IN COMMAND OF THE JAPANESE FORCES IN THE FIELD Field Marshal the Marquis Oyama In command of all the Japanese forces In the field has directed the campaigns against Port Arthur Llaoyang and Mukden and now against Hnrbln In such a masterly manner that his name will go down In military history as one of the greatest strategists of modern times Oyama learned his lesson In the ChInoJapanese war In which he cqm manded the army which captured Port Arthur Oyama Is badly pockmarked AT FAIR THREE WEEKS Lieut David Murray Jr returned Friday morning from St Louis where he attended the Worlds Fair for about three weeks He was on de Cached service as quartermasters assistant for about a week while tne Second regiment of State militia was in camp in the Worlds Fair grounds During the remained of his stay he was a guest of officers of the First regiment on whose train he re turned Friday morning OA S TORZABean theThe Klnd You Hate Always Bought Signature Yl4 of r Grand First Prizi off 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Prcsl deaflal Vote Contests- We also offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes tp Clerks Particulars in each cue of Lion Coffee SOLDIERS RETURN- The Louisville Legion or First regiment of State militia returned to Louisville last Friday on a long special train over the Henderson Route after being in camp about a wees on the Worlds Fair grounds at St The train passed through Cloverport about 7 oclock Friday morning The Louisville soldier boys were about 600 strong at the fair and hall a great time They were shown special hon ors and were the envy of many other military bodies on the grounds Their fine showing on dress parade and in practice drills elicitated the admiration and applause of distinguished military men in attendance at the exposition ii- In to the We 4 estimate Grocers Louis What will be the total popular vote cast I for President votes for all can k dldates combined at the election November 81904 votedformates received in Woolson Spice Com beforeNovember rjsecondetc as follows r rrfI 1 First Prise e J2000001 Second Prise 100000 100000s10 Prizes 10000H 10000020 Prises OOOO 10000000 Prises 2000H 10000026O Prises 1000 2000001800 Prises 1500H OOOOOO I I 2130 PRIZES TOTAL 12000000 How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksEverybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it you w111 be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Thenrou will take no otherand thats why we advertise And we are using our advertising money so that both of usyou wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion Jfeada WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES 4 Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package o- fCOFFEE V LION 1 V WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO q r a r 1 I j i i r i Ia I i Fif ii- rkrkrk- r rkr j r jrjj- c jr r 4a TMJ f ti- T o bitno ioo1Ff orlT lIl11awMI I r I I J I f I +t i I I 6 r iz ZCI I Tile Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 5 1004 jJt 4 HANCOCK NEWS jW ShearnJackson Case Compro misedArthur Couty Better Effect Stock Law The case of the Commonwealth a gainst Alvin Shearn was called in M Judge Stephens court Tuesday even iipg Shearn was charged with shoot- ingt George Jackson Both parties I Were before theconrt and each made I affidavit that neither cared to further prosecute the case cr each other andI the charge was dismissed and the Bond of Shearn released This is the iBd or tne matter if the grand jury M e not take it up which it has 1ht to do It is understood that Shearn and Jackson reached an agreement by which the matter was settled out ot agreemenShearn s half of the corn over which the die pate was raised Jackson to vacate as Shearns tenant inside of six weKs Mrs Mllla Shearn and son Jas o r Skillman arrived Tuesday from Hot tinriugs Ark where they went threeI weeKs ago to be at the bedside ofr Arthur Gouty her grandaon who IB very sick with rheumatism They report him slightly better with fair chance to recover If the right treatment is accorded He Is the son of Mr and Mrs Jas Couty who former ly lived at Skillman and later at Hoverpprt HIs parents will joinI inng Conty at Hot Springs in aI t eek or B- OBrecaenridge county will vote on the jfitockI law prooosition at the regular November election Toe law In Han COOk IB working nicely and now hasI many friends who voted against It The more enlightened communities I everywhere are rapidly coming to a stock law Hancock Clarion Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless OneI Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief In all cases of Cough Uroup an LaGrippe because it does not passI immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the tronole It draws out the inflamma tion heals and soothes and cures per manently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by All Druggists ARE AFTER OIL rMonday morning Mr L S Powers transferred his oil and mineral leases tbb company who had n represeutaive here and the agreement is that the wells above town are to be cleaned out within the next two weeks and othe wells bored 1 These leases embrace all the territory once controlled by the company that bored the wells just above this city and it is highly probable that the company now in charge will sink wells all over it Hawesville Plaindealer A Word With You Di you suffer from itching or bleed lug piles If so use Paracampb It is guaranteed to relieve instantly and cure Try It today If you areI not satisfied your money will be re funded CHELFS OPINION Brandenbur Ky Sent OJudgI Chelf of thy Circuit Court toda handed dopu an opinion that theI fcrcal option election May 20 when 1eAdrY won by three votes wasI toot according to the statutes Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor t by and one by and cheerfulneSSs on disappear when the kid are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a to be afflicted weak kid If the child urin ates too If the I childreachesi control the passage it is yet afflicted I bedwetting depend It the cause of the difficulty Is Fiey trouble and the first should beowards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as tpeople suppose well as men are m de mls troublelY The mild and the Immediate effect of V SwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold druggists In fifty cent dollar sizes You may have a i sample bottle mall neys child born with neys 1 often with upon step i arwpaootting including rrany thousands of testimonial letters received ti from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Jik Co Binghamton N Y be sure and Creation this paper 1Dont make any mistake but remember the namo Swamp Hoot Dr Kllmers Swamp I Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottlo All Stuffed Up Thats the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clear- Ing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stomach and affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment must be constitutional alterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines of different kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and alter taking five bottles I was cured and Lave nut hid any return of tho disease Blnce KOEHE JORDKS Lebanon Kan Floods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrh it soothes and strengthens the mucous membrane and hoods up tho whole cistern COL COLSON DEAD Middlesboro Ky Sept 2S = aCol David G Colson former con gressman from tho Eleventh dis trict and colonel of the Fourth Kentucky regiment during the SpanishAmerican war died last night at 8 oclock Col Colson had been in poor thoughrwas unexpected Iwas taken suddenly ill Monday evening with nervous prostration losing consciousness about mid night and sank rapidly to the end Ho is survived by a wife mother one brother and several sisters He was one of the most prominent Republicans in the state having been twice elected to congress He resigned his seat in the house and organized the Fourth Kentucky regiment It was while stationed at Anniston Ala that trouble arose boteen Col Colson and Lieut Scott of the same regiment in which the colonel was shot This later resulted in the death of Scott at Frankfort in 1900 at Col Col sons hands e UNITEDdIn the October CosmopolitanTP- OConnorMPdiscusses at lengthThe Immediate Future of Ireland Oland after describing the outlook from the points of view of both the optimist and the pessimistreaches the conclusion that the fight is not overour forces cannot be disbanded jOlt the contrary It is the hour of hours for union for resolution and for work in the Irish rauksIt is the opinion of MrOConnor that the Irish people are now very united that faction has done its work and thafno man in Ireland in our time will have the power to create another splitThe dan ger of the moment for Ireland he con thatrthis is only a temporary wood Oar country friends should never fail To buy or order through the mail TEETHINA for it surely tills The bill for teething childrens ills TEE rHINA Aids Digestion Beg ulates the bowels of children ofany age and makes teething easy and costa only U3 ueuta at Druggists West Virginia CampaIgnii New York Sept 15 Senator Fair 1antes and Senator Scott of West Vir Kinia will leave Washington Friday on a private car to make a campaigning senaytors a speeches each through the state the first one to be at Wheeling which will open the Republican campaign in that state hlIlIH ATTACK PORT ARTI4IlRI Japanese Succeed In Capturing Several IlrnlfI11Chefoo IOhlbJ1OlUUjon capturing several important positions blfifortst tt and northwest Bides df tGetown pr sd seriously threatened 9JlJpero lttor mation places the Japan tos9oun der 3000 for the three Hays Jlijhtlng nnd this comparatively salt casualty list Is due to the excessive care used by the Japanese in making their preparations Ifor tho advance Russian sources however claim to have infor mation that the Japanese losses wore unusually severe amounting to fully three times tho number mentioned above Possibly the most important capture during the three days fighting was that of Fort Kuropatkln which while of minor value with jcgard to preventing the entrancS into the town of the Japanese had been constructed for the purpose of protecting the source of the garrisons water supply The control of this water supply is now in tho hands of the Japanese- At 5 oclock of the afternoon of tho 20th tho Japanese captured a supple mentary fort which from the lower ground threatens tho fort on Itz moun tams This ended the heavy fighting for that day although the Japanese later were compelled to resist several sorties During the night the heavy born bardment of the Russian positions continued the Japanese fire being dl rected with particular vigor against another supplementary fort 3000 yards to the west of the fort on Itz mountain and regarded as highly Im portant because of its bearing on the Itz and Anshu mountain forts The next day after having pounded this position unmercifully and until Its fire had slackened visibly the Jap anese delivered their assault Thby met with a stubborn resistance They were exposed to the fire of machine guns and rifles and they made frantic efforts to reach the top of the slope They leaped over trenches and em bankments and toro down the eatan glements In their path until at length they entered the fort The Russian troops there refused to desert their position even in the face of the su porter numbers which confronted them and desperate handtohand fighting occurred inside the fort Eventually almost the entire Russian garrison was either killed or wounded TreatyLondonPosts Shanghai correspondent has been informed that China objects to the AngloTibetan treaty on ground that It Infringes upon the Chinese sovereign rights- Subscribe for the NEWS One dollar a year AyersTo be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see It in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years II I am now over 60 yars old and I have a thick clonjr head or rung hair which Is a wonder to every one who sees It And not a gray haIr In It all due to Ajeri heir Vigor MK8 II II UUMTI8 Ueclda Minn 5100 a bottle J C APES CO Lowell Mass druilithtofor White Hair GENERAL KODAMA OYAMAS CHIEF OF STAFF General Kodnma who for the last ten years has beeR laboring almost incessantly to prepare Japan for the conflict with Russia which ho foresaw was Inevitable Is Marquis Oyanjns chief of staff Ho It Is who has planned most of the maneuvers which Oku Kurokl and Nodzu to tho north and east and Nogi on the Liautong peninsula have executed with such dash and accuracy modifying them only to meet unexpected contingencies I GENERAL STAKELBERG COMMANDER OF RUSSIAS FIRST SIBERIAN ARMY CORPS despitethebyKuroklaged to rejoin Kuropatkln Stakelberg is thoroughly familiar with the dover which he has been fighting and for that reason Russia hoped for much from him but well us he knows the theater of war the Japanese commanders know It better for their spies have been doing little else than study It for the last ten years ATTACKS DIVORCE HenryCPotterin his report today on the annul con Episcopaldiocese unless the church sets itself against the relapseIntohe urged the clergy to set itself against divorce which he characterized as a Godless license which flings aside the most sacred vows because ot vex it ious uncongeniality CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the sSlgnaturooC Method In Her Madneu- Clarissa Why you silly thing What are you putting your damp hands out on the window sill for Youll get them all rough and red Annabel Yes I know But Mr de Million thinks that every woman ought to do all sorts mylBeyond Settlement Molly What makes you so haughty when you meet George Why dont you make up with him 1 Polly Be cause I should have to demand an ex planation and I cant remember what It Iis Im supposed to be offended about Detroit Free Press A Mniilj Stan He You say you like a mnnly man What Is your Idea of a manly man HueWell for instance one who doesnt stay and stay and stay Just because ho knows the girl Isnt strong enough to throw him out lYe can ha- We r MJnlI r I Do you think we cannot make bug gies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We i1 1 ldIVIllEW STH Two professors of feneyusivitzer la drfdsthetic1chr4 tioacfsientiitiyiiihisllurd ruff Iii reporting this to the Slate depIrtH leA101c9upMlllrtefF1l at FriedburJ jejmany stalest hat finding the nervous system was influenced by colored light the professors soon received after exper imentiug with each huetbat blue had an extraordinary soothing effect on the nervesThe consul says a tooth maybe extrac ted with none of the after effects on the system by shutting up the patient iu a dark room and exposing the eyes to blue light of sixteen candle power for three minutes causing him to lose all sense of pnin although at the Same time retaining his senses How To Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn r bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamber lains Pain Balm twice dailyl rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn a few dais to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheum atism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by Short Hayne- sKENTUCKY PROGRESS Much has beeu said in criticism of the State of Kentucky and some of it not without cause There is a tendency to awakening which suggests that the dart and bloody ground may teach a lesson to her sister states KentucKy justice when administered other than by her courtshas been too hasty but there as elsewherethe mills Kentuckyjusticej In Owensboro a murder was committed Aug land on Sept 3 the murderer was sentenced to be hanged Pretty quickaction there for any American court Cincinnati Post TO MOVE TO CLARKSON MrsHBGIinnell and daughter Miss Hattiewill leave Thursday for Clark son Kyto make their home with her son Scott who is in the drug business MrsGriunell has many friends here who regret that she is to leuve her old home and trust that she may be pleasentlv situated in her new home PersonalyMrs Grinnell is widely knowuhaviug beau correspondent for the Breckenridge Messengerfor If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets They will do you good For sale by Short d Haynes can but we wont The Geo Delker Cos namands for good II work caufi iThere is less profit in this kind of work but more satisfaction to both maker and user If its new and uptodate we make it Remember the buggy makes the name not tIe name the buggy 4 The Geo Delker CqJ A CORPORATION V3 120 to J23 Elm Street Henderson Kentucky Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory Buy youriL School fi Suppliesfrom Jno D Babbage1 0 f o i r J r rt 0 ll4- j t J l 1 r iill iqt t 44- i j i 1I I 1 t 44- t jsj t t i 1 1 r rr II f 1 Ir r tlJ Gh f i flit 7s n The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 0 10W IRVINGTON Mrs Chamberlain has returned from Louisville Miss Dolly Claycomb is at home from Cloverport for a visit Mrs Walls is at home after a lengthy visit to Cloverport A chance to make money Read about our guessing contest Mrs Edward Graves is at homr from a visit to Owensboro Prof Tattle and wife of Glendpan spent Sunday here with friends Miss Cecil Spradllu was the guest of Miss Blanch Neafualast wees Miss Mary J Mattingly spent Sui day with relatives near Ulendeane Mrs Charlie Pusey of Chicago spent Thursday with Mrs Munford Miss Lillie Scott is with Miss Ermine Munford for an ludetini visitHolly Neafus of Mississippi iIs here to see his sister Mrs Sam DowellClarence McGlothlan of Louisville cane down to see the old folks at home Sunday Dan bpradlin came home Saturda tram his school at Dranes school house to see the town folks Rev J T Lewis leaves shortly to engage in protracted meeting work He has several engagements T N McUJothlan is agent for the Farmers Home Journal and the weekly Courier Journal All for f150 Mrs Bell Fullenwider of Alton Ind has returned after a pleasai visit to Mrs Bramlett and Mrs wiii Gardner Misses Minnie Alice and Ann Oversley and brother James of Hai din county are with Mr and Mri G T Marshall for a visit Miss Ells Tflaff our mlllinerof last season but now of Hardinsbnrg was here last week calling on friends and visiting her brother near Webster Mrs Lon Moorman and Mrs R B McGlothhan were at the old Moorma homestead in Meade county last week envying the cordiality ot MrandMra Lon Moorman Miss Clara Steel and Miss Ruth Harris two charming young ladle from Texas left for their respective homes last week after a two months visit with Mrs R M Jolly Misses Nallie Dowell and Ada Bel Henderson are receiving special in Btraction in voice culture from Mrc Lewis These young ladies hav especially tine voices and will in doubt be heard with pleasure In church and concert We are glad indeed to welcome Mrs Nora Board and her mother Mts Nannie Henderson to our town They are quite tin acquisition to society and the beautiful little white cottage just finished by Contractor Bramlett isI an Ornl eDt to the place A pleasant visit to the public school lust weak hound a very good enroll ment and everything moving along nicely under the supervision of Missej Mattiuglv and Pile These are wideawake teachers and seem to be in love with the worK which is indeed avery ruble calling UNION STAR Dr Wai Milner Sr who has been very ill is improving Roy Leaf was the guest of Miss Dollie Kroush Sunday- A chance to make monAY Read about our guessing contest Mranu Mrs PD Hawkins attend ed church at ritophensport Sunday Dr E W Frymire was the guest of IMIss Emma Severs Saturday evening Mr mil Mrs Conn of Stephensport visited Dr Milner Sr one day last weekMr and Mrs M Jelly and son spent Sunday in Sample the guests of friends t J M Haynes of Irvine Ky is visiting Ida parents Mr and Mrs Jabut Haynes Dr J T Milner has returned to his home in Pateeville after a visit to his parents here Mr and Mrs Sam Bassett of Irvington visited Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlau last week Miss Mary Bell Basham spent bator day and Sunday in Hurdincburg the guest of her uncle Gus Shellman Mr and Mrs James Younger of Cloverport visited Mr and Mrs C 31 McGIorhlan Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Tetrlok Mr and Mrs J C Chappell of Owensboro Ky have been called to the bedside of their mother Mrs Naomi Chap pell who Is very ill OasX oVia Y nBears ofthertJ nAJWB7S Biiglf WOMEN Especially Mothers TheSanativeAntiseptioCleans ing Purifying and Beauti fying Properties of iCureYSOAP Assisted by CUTICURA Oint ment the great Skin Cure arc of priceless value For preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruffand the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and sooth ing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes and chafings in the form of baths for annoying irritations ulcerations and inflam mations of women and many ian ative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves as well as for all purposes of the toilet bathand nursery CUTICURA Soap and CUTICURA Ointment arc priceless Sold throughout the world Cutkurt Sotp JSevOlD I went Me KeMlTtnt Me LID form of Chocolttr Coifd Nile SSc Jr rial of 60 Pcpolii London 27 Cha rt r hoUN Sq Putd Ru d14 PalxtI Dollool37 Colam Aw Potttr ProprlflortDrnfChenCorpSol orStnd ud Dun HARDINSBURG Mrs Sallle Board is visiting rela tives at Webster Miss Alliene Mnrray is visiting relatives at Cloverpoit John SI Shellman of Union Star was In townMonday- W S Ball returned home from Louisville Saturday Barney squires was in Louisville last week selling tobacco- A chance to make money Read about oar guessing contest Chares L Beard and T J Moore were at Bewleyville Saturday Dr WA Walker visited his parents at Bewleyville last week- J W Gnthrie has erected a new ihed in front of his storehouse Mr and Mrs Wm G Haswell are pending this week in Louisville John P Haswell Jr attended Cir cuit Court at Brandenburg last week Vic Robertson and Henry DeHI tloorrnan spent Sunday at Glendeane Jeff Dillon of Evansville is visiting Lila parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Dil onMr and Mrs Paul Compton spent Sunday at Gartteld the guests ot rlluI ives J W Teaff was In Louisville last week buying a fall and winter stock of goods Robt E Woods of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard last week R M Jolly and W G Bandy of rvington were in town Wednesday on a business trip Snpt Joel H Pile attended the teachers association held at Kites Sun last Saturday Claude Mercer returned nome from Frankfort Sunday where he hud been on legal business Warren May of Anaconda Montana ia visiting his mother Mrs Margaret May and other relatives Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge spent Sunday at Owensboro tile guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Eskridge Mis Nellie Hook left Monday for Jedlands where she will pay her brother Clint I Hook an extended visit Dennie bbearn and family will nove to town this week They will iccupy the residence of B F Beard on Third street Mr and Mrs A Whitworth and Miss Belle Basham of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs Qua D Shellman Saturday and Sunday Charles Scott who recently moved tb Gnltport Miss writes back that It is a tine city that Is growing rapidly and that he is well satisfied Clayton Beard and Marcus L Kin iheloe have returned home trom Bar ourville where they attended the annual conference of the M E church Morris H Beard John D Shaw and Jol Lafe Green of Falls of Rough left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the Kentucky State Bankers nssocia ion and visit the fair lI RELATING TO Ar FAIRS IN THISI AND ADJOINING STATES Negro Walter Under Arrest ChargeI With Attemptlus to Poison Judgi Mulllguu Knmlly Tobueco Growers Organize Oil Leases Made Lexington Ky Sept 2GDespiteI his promise to tell all Louis Mitchell the negro waiter arrested for at tempting to poison the family of JudgeI James H Mulligan Is still reticent A prominent man Is under suspicion by the police and it was believed theI negro would implicate him but whet confronted by the Mulligan family and the detectives Mitchell told an furred ible story about a masked white mat holding him up at the point of a Plato when he reached the Mulligan home According to Mitchell the masked mat marched him to the barn and escaped from tho premises Mitchell says he feared to tell the family of the holdup lest he might be killed Ho does not explain his premonition of warning tho family of the salmon Mitchell will be kept In solitary confinement until he makes a clear statement The narrow escapo of the whole family cre ated a sensation here L T REID FOR REPRESENTATIVE A Buckeye by birth a Cornorackei by education and a Republican bj nature And when I say Republican I mean a thoroughbred Republican A man well equipped for a firstclass I legislator One among the best in formed politicians in BrecKtnridgc countv progressive but economical enterprising but discreet A friend tc the poor man and not an enemy to corporations A genial whole souled conservative citizen He will do the will of nis constituents in a way that will cause them to be proud of him He can win as many votes at any Republican and more than any Democrat in Brekenridge county- I take this privilege andopportuni ty of presenting Mayor L T Reid to tne citizens of Bteckenridge county and hope others will take the same opportunity of expressing themselve in regard to his candidacy for pre sentatlve through the Newe a paper read by more people inthl count than any other paper Citizen HAS GOOD CROWD Hardinsbnrg Ky Oct 4Hpe- clalThe Hon Wood G Dunlapot Lexington spoke this afternoon In the courthouse to a goodsized crowd of voters in interest ot Roosevelt and Fairbanks His speech wasfree from abuse and well delivered andthe audlenoe seemed lfpeAsldwlth It LOUISVILLE MARKET Reported by the Central Live Stock Ex 4 change Central Stock Yards I Louisville Ojca Cattle Receipts 447 headu There was mere life inthe cattle pens today than there has been for some time There waaa good attendance of buyers arid all tstrictly good butcher stuff WAS sold from ioo to 25o higher than last week Not enough goodjstnftkto supply imaud The halffat stuff continues dull but seems to meet wtthmore ready sale today than for= the2stfew weeks A fairly good demand fur choice highgrade stockers dud feeders I at steady to strong prices The common kinds are not much sought after and prices on that class continue very low All the heavy cattle on sale today wjs sold at fully steady prices Bull market about steady There is a good demand for choioet fat heifers but few cotning to this market Choice large springers and milch cows selling readily at steady prices Small cow still very hard to sell Pens well cleared ofJ all good stuff and prospects are for a steady market the balance of the week Calves jjfceipts light Market stea dy best veals 550 575 fair to good 4 to 5 common coarse heavy calves slow flal- eHogsReceipts 1786 held There was a good attendance of buyers both local and foreign andfevery thing was sold early at steady pricee best 200 tbs and up 5l5iGO to 200 lbs x00120 to 160 lbs i70 best heavy pigs 535 light pigs 425i 475 roughs 1255 10 There am not enough hogs coming to this market to supply the demand Market closed steadySheep and LambsReceipts 868 bead Market active on good butcher lambs and fat sheep while the com mon sheep am slow sale at steady prices best fat sheep 1275825 fulri to rood 32GO common kinds gl2 bucks f125225 best snipping lambsI 5525 seconds 1450 best butch er lambs 4425 fair to good 8375 4 tallends 83 50 Wnted 10000 Barrels distillery apples- L D ADDISON Addison Ky y JIWSB1raGET ON WHICH BLUE PENCIL WAS FREELY USED Happening In the Various Quartet of the World Will Be Pound Duly Chronicled In the Fewest Words In This Column MONDAY Fire of unknown origin wcd out half the business portlon of tine town of Menlo la The main building of the Universlt of Minnesota was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 15000 H G Bullock an artist of Little Rock Ark died from wounds receive during an altercation In St Louis Recent floods In Chihuahua Mexico destroyed tho town of Chuslhurlacho a mining town In the interior of the state George M Collier allege embez zllng chief examiner of tho Ohio board of steam engineers Is under arrest at Kansas City St Augustines parochial school In South Boston was destroyed by fire and several firemen were injured by flying slate when tho roof collapsed The elevator In Cohens prlntinf house at Cincinnati dropped killing Harry Geeman and seriously injuring Louis Helnselraan and Charles Schnel der SATURDAY President Roosevelt Is again busy at his desk in tho executive office in WashingtonLee conductor on a Balti more and Ohio train foil from a cai and was Instantly killed British ciulsers have arrived at Las Palmas Canary Islands where the Russian cruiser Torch stopped for coalIn a collision on the New York Philadelphia and Norfolk road Engineer Brown and Fireman Donoway were killed General Harrison Allen deputy auditor for tho postofllco department died suddenly at his residence in Washing ton aged 09 years The navy departent Is urged to hold the next annual target practice of the North Atlantic fleet at Florida bay in stead ogat Pensacola Twelvo inmates of the female do partment of the Ohio penitentiary from Oklahoma and Indian Territory formed a plan to escape but the con splracy was frustrated by the assist ant matron FRIDAY President Roosevelt and family have returned to Washington Heavy frost destroyed the uncut tobacco crop in Lancaster county Pa Tho Russian cruiser Terek has been ordered to leave Las Palmas Canary Islands where she stopped to coaL Judge Parkers presence In New York prevented his receiving the In terparliamentary union at Esopus Officers and men pi the battleship squadron who were taken ill with typhoid fever at Trieste Ballad for home on the cruiser Mayflower Many prominent men have signified their intention ot being present at the peace congress to be held In Boston during the weqk beginning Oct 3 The marine reporter at Port Huron Mich reports that the steamer Louisiana for the safety of which fears wero felt passed down In a fog IIIUItsPAVI I A snowstorm of an hours duration occurred at Saranac lake and other Adirondack points The Rock Island elevator at St Jo seph Mo was destroyed by fire loss fully covered by Insurance ILII1ttnlns exploded an oil tank of the Texas Oil refinery at Port Arthur Tex killing six men and fatally injuring another Fourteen cows and four horses were burned to death In a fire which de stroyed the barn of William Dennun a dairyman near Now Germany O Engineer William Simonton was killed and Fireman Fred William Kyle fatally scalded by escaping steam In a wreck on tho Norfolk and Western road at Lockbourne O Four firemen are In a precarious condition from inhaling fumes of nitric acid a carboy of which was burst by a bolt of lightning In a print Ing office at Denver Co- loFniKA Captain Ira Keithley of the Philippine constabulary at the Worlds fair is reported as being 4000 short in his accounts J E Reeves of Baltimore who wanted to see the president on Important business will bo examined on a lunacy charge The question of changing headquart ers from Cincinnati to some other city Is being considered by the Interna tional Union of Brewery Workers Tho first payment of 2000000 on account of tho purchase of tho friar lands in the Philippines has been au thorized by the war department- rllKSOAY Willie Williamson of Dayton 0 disappeared with several tramps and Is believed to have been mardered Rear Admiral Charles J Train Is en route to assume command of the Phil ippine squadron of the Asiatic fleet The Lewis and Clark exposition at Portland OraTis to have an Inside Inn similar to tho one at the St Louis worlds fair Miss Jessie Davis 8G who recently Inlferlted an estate of 1000000 from her brother Samuel Davis of San Francisco is dead Captain Asklns of the steamer City of Macon from Savannah to Boston reports having sighted on Sept 1C an abandoned threemasted schooner on firs flh1rULUTUPwTMI Are Never Without Peruna in the House for Catarrhal Diseases NRIJiD 0Mns WATSoN 11 ciliI CLOVIS CAl i 9w WATSON lIreenoMRturdn flWANDf 7 County Cal writes uGod bless you for what you havo dono for mo Tho rheumatism has all disappeared and today all exclaim How well you look I I toll thorn yes and I owe it all to Dr Hartman for his good advice to mo Today finds mo as freo from pain as I over was rho rainy season has sot in hero but tho change hasnt affected mo as it used to I am very thankful that I have found out that you can and will help tho suffering ones that will follow your advice Several have asked me what curd mo and I tell them They got tho mcdlolno then We keep Pemna In the house My daughter has two sons and they keep well and go to school and they take the medicine everyday II My wife was troubled with a pain In her sldo for years Now sho is taking your medlcluo and is real smart I will do all I can for you and for those who need your advice Mr Jno O Atkinson Independence fo Box 272 writes Your remedies do aU that you claim Cor thorn and oven more Catarrh can not exist whore Pemna ia token according to directions Pcruna completely jurod my wlfo and Iof catarrhal troubles f twentyfive years standing In my rounds aa a traveling man I am a walk air advertisement of Peruna For SaleAt a reduced price at THE FAIR Cloverport Ky I I 3 lair counter scales 1 pair lurge platform scales 1lbbl coal oil tank l2hbl u 1 washing machine 1 sowing machine new Some show Uses Several molasses guages and pumps 1 deskbSeveral scoops for sugar coffee etc 1 childs cradle 2 heating stoves 1 rope rack 1 spice mill 3 large store lamps complete 1 two horse wagon 1 barber chair ntrcdUCCdII All of the above prices I will also sell at cost Queenswaro Hardware Tinwaro and things of tnt kind for cash or produce Masons t gallon fruit cans at COe per dozen Come early and get the bargains wei TILFORD I Chris GHein was up from Tell City Sunday Mrs Alia Bcliwan t Sanborn MInD writes I have been troubled with rheuma tism andPltarrh for wentyfive years Could not sleep day or night After having used Peruna I can sleep and nothing bothers me now IfI ever am affected with any kind of sickness Peruna will he the medicine I shall use My son was cured of catarrh or the larynx by PerunaeMrs Alta SchwandtWhy People are Especially Liable to Systemic Catarrh When old ago comes on catarrhal diseases come also Systemic catarrh la almost universal in old people This explains why Feruna has become so indispensable to old people reruns is their safeguard Poruna is the only remedy yet devised that meets these cases exactly Such cases cannot be treated locally nothing but an effective systemic rem edy could euro thorn This ia exactly What Forana If yon do not receive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Pornna writs at once to Dr Hartman giving a fall statement of your case and he wilt bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The finr nan 4snltrlnntri1gntbnsQ COUNCIL MEETINGS- At a special caucus meeting of the city council Thursday night a lengthy report on the waterworks pro position from City attorney Jas R Skillman was read and discussed The report was to the effect that bonds to build waterworks for the city can not be Issued to an amount that will exceed 9000 After finishing routine business afe A the regnar council meeting Monday night further consideration of the matter was postponed on account of the absence of Mr Sslliraan who was at the St Louis fair and a special meeting will be held Monday night for the purpose ot deciding whether an election for waterworks shall be called iri November NEW S S SCHOOL V G Babbage r E Keith John Burn and J P King were out at Bui town Sunday and held an allday Sundayschool meeting at the Christian church There was a large crowd present and the people were highly pleased with the programme Mrs Lynch had charge of the music assist ed by a number of young ladles of the vicinity Sundayschool was or ganized with Mr Burn as superintendent and Miss fills Howardsecretary DIDNT LECTURE RcvStephensonof Covingtonslu the city Monday and Tuesday to lecture in the interest of local option but could nt get a church or hall In which to speak Yesterday morning he went to Stepbensport to lecture Proctor ruseinHawesville Thursday on a business trip I II 4= H gDrJCBusti Il I I DENTIST I t Aftif 1 Hardlnsburg mmThe I tttrd Monday in every m I mmonth frdays mM l tifm m Irvington jj tm y Friday and Saturday of same fV rl ij weekff iill ft i Will be prepared to do all K- jh kinds of uptodate W III k I dentistryITIITI rq e- W r r- t9 iitt iN11 4 1 4 dV0 J 1i 1ll t i- IIIIII I E- E d f z t f f 1 E I A trr Iirvi iti 4rrr I A I Il re rTti 5i j z p t f- jf e