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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = TE T TII VV 1TTT i t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI I VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1904 8 Pages NO 18 GOOD LIFE ENDS It 1ZDeath Came To Mrs Smith Of l Hardinsburg Saturday At I Age Of EightyTwo I HatdinabargKy0et11SpecialMrs late J T Smith died at her home here KtLiaturday morning aged eightytwo- s years When death came several of b r children wore at the bedside For about two years she was bedridden and suffered much but through it all she was patient and resigned j The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church the Rev Everett T English officiating The interment was in the city cemetery For sixtyeight I yearn she had been a devoted and con oistent member of the Baptist church f and was an active churo h workers long as her health permitted Seven I 1Clhlldren survive to mourn her lose and to strive to emulate her noble Christian lif- eWILL HAVE SUCCESS Clarksvllle Tenn Oct 10That the movement recently started at Guthrie Ky wh n the farmers of the Clarksville dark tobacco growing r ffdietriut organized a protective associ ation for the purpose of lighting the tobacco trust and holding their tobao co fur better prices will meet with success in the end was indicated by 1 the character of the meeting held here Saturday which was attended by the largest and most representative number cf farmers ever seen hAre Addresses were made on the import ance of an organization of farmers and the good that may be accomplished if the tarmers will stand together JNO HERON HERE Jno Heron was in the city Monday and Tuesday from Terre Haute Ind en route to Mattingly tu visit his sister Mrs W H Lnych He will so from here to Jefferson City Mo to take a position Mr Heron joined Wallaces circus when it showed here on July 8 1000 He was in the fatal wreck of the 1 1ahows trains ia Michigan several weeps later when twentyseven em plo es of the circus were killed He v was in a car that WHS telescoped and narrowly escaped being killed For tome time he was reported dead He left the circus after the ucodeut BANKERS AT FAIR Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman an- Ij little daughter Elizabeth and Mrs A B Skillmau returned Saturday after noon from StLouis where they attended r the Kentucky Bankers Association and the Worlds Fair Mr Skillman 1 represented the Breckenridge Bank of af- 1 this city at the convention Breckenridge lounty hRda much i larger representation at the convention than any of its neighboring countiesBe I fides those mentioned above the follow t ing were at the convention fromKrecken tidge Morris Beard Bank of Hardins 1 burg Jno D Shaw Farmers Bank at Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs W J I 4IggotandHH Kemper First State l 1 4 RUNAWAY MONDAY A team belonging to HawkinsSmith of Garfield and pulling an empty road wqgon ran away Monday wore olugtabont 11 oclock in Eaatland 4 The team ran from the Patton brick yard to the colored Baptist church The horses were frightened by a wheel coming off and running pat them Mr Smith and his sons either jumped or were thrown from theI wagon when the accident happened One of nia pons n young boy hudl the wheels ot the agon to pass over his breast say s ne of the eye wit I nesses to tha affair but the boy was not seriously hur NO WATERWORKS At an adjourned taeu ing of thetoity council Monday night It was decided 6 not to call an election for the regular election day in November for the pur pose of voting on the propositionI toI issue bonds to build a waterworks I system for the city A report frosty m Attorney JaR R Skillman lowed that bonds could not issued 1In an amount to exceed 9000 and theI s council decided that thin amouu would not be sufficient to provide for ttlf an adequate waterworks system rrBUSINESS NOTICE 4 have gone out of business and am compelled to settle up my accounts as- A oon as possible All persons owin me are requested to call and see m a and come prepared to pay T W Anderson Bewleyville Ky 1 BRUNER AND YONTS IN JOINT DEBATE AT COUNTY SEAT Hardinsbnrg Ky Oct 11Spa- oialThe first day of circuit court brought a large crowd to town Judge Chelf didnt arrive until noon haying been delayed by a late tram The grand jury was empaneled in the afternoon and the trial of an idiot was then had and Jndge Chelf ad journed court forthe purpose of letting the crowd hear the speaking Dr Ben L Brnnor the Republican candidate for congress addressed the people in a speech of fifty minutes in length He devoted most of hie time to a discussion of the tariff and the trust question and presented strong and convincing arguments in support of his positions He made many telling points which elicited much applause Ho made a goof impression Hon Morton K Yonts then spoke for an hour and ten minutes His principal subject was the personality of President Roosevelt and he stated indirectly that he was either a bully or a coward He attacked pension HARDINSBURG Col David R Murray spent several days in Louisville last week Thomas J Moore spent Sunday at Glendeane the guest of friends- A X Klnchel09 is at home for a few days after a trlpthrough the south Overton Blanford and George Drury of Bewleyville were in town Monday MissAllieneMurray has returnedhome tram a visit to relatives at Clover portPercy M Beard who has been sick the past week is able to be at his store againThe Rev W H Foreman preached at the M E church last Sunday eveningMiss Scott has returned home from a visit to Ithe Misses Mnnford at Irvington Col Lafe Green of Falls of Rough was in town Monday attending circuit court Mr Und Mrs W G Has well returned home Saturday from a visit to LouisvilleMorris H Beard and John D Shaw have returned home from a visit to the Worlds Fair severalddays of last week in Owensboru at tending the fair Willl bent HardinsbuVg Oct 17 for four days and at Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent istSuperintendent Joel H Pile and Prof Haley attendee the teachers association held at Stephenspoit Sat urdayMrs Morris H Beard and Miss Minnie Murray were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Wolf in Louis ville last week C M McGlothlan formerly of Union Star and nuw of West Point where he is cashier of the KentucKY and Indiana Bank was in town Mon day Senator Gus Richadson of Gust in was in the city Monday to hear the speaKers and shake hands with the boys in the hope of futhering his candidacy for reelection He is conS dent of winning out Selby McCracken of Cloverport candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Representative was In town Monday getting acquainted with the voters Mr McCraoken is a clean young man with a pleasing address and the Democrats could hardly picK a better man for the nomination WORLDS FAIR VISITORS- The following party of Worlds Fair visitors chaperoned by Mr Andrew Crawford came down Monday from Stephensport und caught the fast train here for the fair Misses Etta English Mattie Miller Katie Crawford hula Lena and VirginiaHeuslj Bettie Ilelim and Master AR Crawford THE GRAND JURY The Grand Jury for the present term of circuit court is composed of the ChancellortJas H Miller Moses Payne James Lucas Henry Davis J W Brown James W Brown S R Bandy GeoW Snyder William Miller Milt Davis Huse Frvmire William Miller foreman clipato New York to spend a month with Mrs Augustus LUlkett Mrs Holts daughter v order No78 which gives a pension to I any old verteran at sixtytwo years of age The trust question came in for a large share of attention and his re marks were frequently pnnctnatedwith applauseMr did not consume all of his time When he had concluded many Democrats left the room and Mr Yonts requested all Democrats to remain and hear Dr Bruners rejoinder During the next twenty minutes Dr Bruner carriwl his audience by storm the cheering being frequent and enthusiastic He quoted from the Conn or Journal of Sept 10 last and showed that the American Tobacco company the trust that keeps the price uf tobacco low was H strong supporter of Judge Parker and had made a liberal contribution to the Democratic campaign fund General apathy nos at last awakened and from now on in this county politics will be generally discussed by the people BOSTON WINS New YorK Oct 10ln the pres ence of 22000 enthusiastic spectators Collins champions trom Boston won the first gam of the doubleheader here ibisI afternoon from Griffiths Highlanders thus capturing the pennant of the American League for the second time The score was three to two and the game was in doubt until the last man was out MRS SMITH ROBBED- Mrs F M Smith was robbed Sat urday evening in Louisville of her pocketbook which contained some change and a railroad ticket to this city Mrs Smith was on rourth avenue with a relative when a man ran UP matched her pocketbook trom her hand and escaped GEO W RICE DEAD Geo W Rice a young farmer died Sunday at Pisgah several miles back of this city Cancer it is report ed was the cause of his death The funeral was held Monday A wife survives him one child having died about a year ag- oDIDNT SPEAK Dr R H McMullin of Falls of Rough who was advertifed to speak here last Friday night In interest of his Candidacy for Congressman front the Fourth district did not make his appoinment He is the canidate for the office WILL MARRY OCT 20 Orville Frank a welltodo young farmer living near Hardiusbnrg will be married on Sunday October 20 to Miss Effie Pate of Mattingly The ceremony will be performed at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W N Pate at Mattingly ANOTHER EXCHANGE- The new directory for the Cloverport exchange of the Cumberland Tele phone Telegraph company contains the directory for the exchange at Stephensport as well as those of Clov erport and Hardinsburg The new ex change has thirteen subscribers HOME FROM FAR EAST Ed English arrived In the city Mon day from the Philippines where he has served out his term of enlistment In the regular army He was accompanied from Franklin Tenn by his sister Mrs Ella LaNeave Smith English is expect ed home from Georgia next Sunday FELL DOWN STAIRS Mrs Francis Sawyer fell sown a flight of stairs at her home Saturday morning receiving a painful flesh wound In the head as a result It iu considered remarkable that she was not more seriously hur- tINFANT DIES Irvington Ky Oct 11Speial The infant child of George Thompson died after a lingering illness Sun day and the remains were interred in the cemetery at Old Sandy Hill church the Rev J T Lewis officia ting GUEST OF FRIENDS Philip Risslberger of Louisville came down Snuaay evening to be the guest of friends at the Fisher Home stead several days Mr Rissiberger Is the principal stockholder of the German National bank of Lomsvile Mrs Price Graham returned Wednesday from a visit to her daughter Mrs Wm Minnett at Owensboro i J l OPENS CAMPAIG- Ns s Ben L Bruner Republican Nominee for Congress Made Strong Speech Here Dr Ben L Brnner of Fart county candidate for congress from the Fourth district oponed the Republican cam paign in this city Monday night with a speech teeming with fair strong arguments in defense of his party and its principles Dr Bruner spoke at Oelzes Hall tp an audience largely Republican Dr Bmoerin the outset of his talk contrasted the prosperous condition of the country under the last seven yeArs of Republican administration as compared to its nnprosiierons condition under Cleveland and predicted that such would belthe case again if Park er should be elected In speaking of the lack of harmony in the Democratic ranks he said if they should get the majority in congress they couldnt agree on anything except that they wanted to draw their salaries and their mileage The trusts he said are a curse to the country when they overstep their limits and should then be curbed and he showed that only Republican leaders and Republican laws have been I instrumental in lighting the unlawful trusts and that the Democrats do not promise to do as much if elected In peaking of the Democrats harp lug on the way in which Roosevelt got the Panama canal he said they areI willing to Keep the stolen goods any how In referring to Roosevelts big stick policy he said that every time he used that big stick it was for the good of the American people and cited Roosevelts decision In the great coal strike his command to Russia and Japan to preserve neutrality In China etc to defend his point SERIOUS CONDITION- Fred MayyJr was in aserious con dition Saturday afternoon as the result of alsudden attack at colic which affected his heart Dr Owen was hastily summoned and attended him Hejjs npw much improve- dREPORTED ROBBED It is reported that Geo Lynch of Patesville was robbed of 50 at the Owensboro fair Thursday The report could not be verified by the News FORTY BAPTISED Bewleyville Ky Octl1 Special The revival at Hill Grove resulted in the bahtism of 40 persons with severa to join by letter This was a great time tith the people ther- eHOME BURNED Steve Hiynes of Garti ld has re ceived news from Texas that his brothers home was destroyed by fire All the contents including 05 in money were burned Conrlnhlp In New Guinea Courtship iu New Guinea Is begun en very different lines from tliwe of the Caucasian It Is the girl who takes the Initiative instead of tho youth When a young matt falls in love with a Papuan belle he does not look at her and whenever possible shuns her company If she appears grieved at such slights the suitor per forms various acrobatic feats when ever he thinks she is watching He will leap Into the air stand on his head or knock down some smaller youth Should the girl be fascinated by these performances she employs a little girl to carry a nut to her lover anti on the nut she will paint certain emblems indicative of her passion The nut will also tell where she will meet him that night At this trysting place the two will eat the nut together and make such arrangements as are nec essary for the marriage All the dllll cutties of proposing on the European or American plan are done away with In Now Guinea Knockout Drop In n Iling A knocliout ring said the detective Look at it well It belonged to Jimmy the Kill lIe was notorious Tho ring was of gold and it contain ed a huge dark blue stone Now watch tbofrstone continued the detective And he pressed with his thumb a spring smnjler than a pinhead on the gold loop opposite the settingInstantly tho middle of the stone slip ped back like a sliding door and out of tho opening three or four drops of fluid fell When tho detective ceased to press the spring tho stone closed up again See how It works he said I sit with you and there arc two glasses of liquor before us Talking away 1 draw the hand with the ring on It across your glass and with my thumb I press the spring Then into your glass there falls enough chloral to put you 9tof business New York Press 3 i I t t- i1 C Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea big cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and economically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps IROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TAKE DEPOSITIONS I Col Rowan Hnrnin and Major Ken nedy Helm lawyers from Louisville were here last Saturday taking de Iicstlons in the case of Mrs Teresa Wurtsbaugh against the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Com I pang Mrs Wurtsbaugh was in this city two years ago and attempted to board the 5 oclock train for Louis 1 vllle Before getting on the train t the conductor demanded her ticket I and it appeared that she had none i The conductor refused to allow her to j board his tram and Mrs Wurtsbaugu 11 brought suit against the company in Louisville for damages The law yers were here last Saturday hefure I Judge Babbage taking proof in the case which will como up for trial ia tomorrow i The names of six men of this city whose depositions were taken Saturday 1 will not have to go to Louisville I Thursday to testify in the case as stated on another page TWO YEARS OF WARtt Tokio Oct 0In addressing the members of the United Clearing Houses of Tokio today Count OkumaI the leader of the Progressive partyI warned the people to prepare for a 1 long war the date of the termnation of which it WfS now Impossible to toretell He predicted that the costf to Japan for a two years war Inolud lug the loans which had been already I placed and the expenses consequent I upon the war at its termination would total 1000000000 which would make the per capital share a mount to 2- 0CANNELTON WINS The Ponies of Cannelton detected the Ryans of Jeffersonvllle last funII day afternoon onthe formers groundstt iu an exciting game of baseball A week ago Sunday the Ryuns lost to Caunelton by a score of 3 to 0 TheJJ game last Sunday was the tenth straight game the Ponies have won The Ryans lost by a score of 5 to 4 I They made three errors and eight hits while Cannelton made six errors and nine hits Philip McGary of this city umpired the game and a I number of Cloveport people saw itcc How Often Has Mother Arose from her bed at night in alarmII at the raspy cough of baby SheC knows at once the dread destroyer Croup has arrived Dont hesitateJJ Use Parucamph at once It wlUII prevent and cure croup TO DO MISSION WORKII Irvington Kv Oct 11Special Miss Lillie Scott one of the many J Christian workers of Breckenridge I county and a consecrated Christian woman will leave shortly for Colum bia South Carolina to engage in mission work She will be associated wllh Misses Baker and Jones in the cotton mill districts of that large city where there is a great field for mis elba work hTj BIRTHSmto J7 Mr and MrsGId Roberts Tarfork boy Mr and Mrs Mace Hawkins Ball town boy ft t i JJ1 f it4JiJJfijiU i MULHATTON IN JAIL San Francisco OctO Joe Mulhntton the accomplished liar is now In the city prison here charged with stealing a coat Mulhattou teu years ago was a travel ing man fot n big Louisville hardware concern at a salary of 15000 a year He war an accomplished prumuier and line many of his class a first rate storyteller lIe finally devised the idea of inventing fakes and telling them to newspaper reporters In this way he gained national uotorieh and helped his haul ware business Fiuilly he lost his position through drinking and since has been in a circus the Salvation Army and became a fake phrenologist It Was while delivering phrenological lecture that he put on another ulnas coot and walked oft with the coin in it His old friends here will pay his fine if it can be shown that he had no intent to steal the coat CORN YIELDS WELL Dr J T Owen is the first person to report the yield of some hue seed corn from the State agricultural department which was distributed at the News office early last spring Six teen gallons of the seed corn agallon to each farmer were distributed Dr Owen planted his gallon on about an acre and a quarter ef ground and says that it willyield about fifty bushtels This yield he says will be much larger than that of other seed corn he planted in the same ground A ear of the corn rase by Dr Owen wagon exhibit at the News otlice and in an excellent specimen LOSES USE OF HAND G B Farwell the machinist at the L H St L shops has lost thrr use of one of his hands owing to some peculiar cause His physicianais of the opinion that a bone was tram tured in the member recently and Mr Farwell did not notice it For several days his hand has been use less However hit physician believes it will recover its usefulness A NEGRO CHURCH FAIR A church Parr was given last Wednesday Thursday Friday and Satur day nights by the members of the Af rican Methodist church Premiums on quilts fancy work canned fruits etc were awarded Saturday night- A live pigeou pie was oue of the features advertised for Saturday night MR SAWYER IN CITY thus Sawver of San Francisco arrived in the city Sunday morning to spend a wek or ten days as the guest of his mother Mrs Francis Sawyer Mr Sawyer is condncting a restaurant in Frisco and is doing well He went to the West from Clov erport about twelve years ago His last visit home was about four vears ago TAULDUNCAN Lonnie Tanl and Miss Rena Duncan of the Tarlork and Beechlork neigh borhoods Will be married next Sun day afternoon The ceremony will be performed by Rev Shacklett at the home of the brides mother Mrs Mira Duncan Mr Tanl is a son of W B Taul the assessor in this dis trict DEATH OF INFANT- A twomonthsold child of WmAhl ot Addison led Saturday The funeral was held Sunday h i4 Twentysix Years L LAgoireCloverport From The Breckenridge News of October 16 I rrr 1878 a LL MarriedOn the 7th inst at the residence of the brides father Qrundy Parr near Mooleyvilie Miss Miranda Parr and Mr W S Cart Mr M Hamniau while returning from the funeral of Mr Greenwalls child was thrown from the hearse and had his right shoulder badly dislocated and his hond fearfully gah ed Rev I B Self of Princeton Ky had hit fine horse stolen on the mght of the 5th instant A gentleman at the hotel WAS relieved of S5 on the same night Rev J L Ednngton has been re Riigned to the Cloverport station by thE Louisville conference and will stay with us another year The yellow fever still rages In Memphis Viokeburg yew Orle us and other places in tn j South FrauK Imlit is still ready to receive and f irwurd any contributions for their r htf Nut Holmes col on Friday last WM held in t30 nail by Esquire John W Butt to appar at the next crim inal court and answer the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon Judge Stuart passed through town Monday en route from Hardiniburg where iiis term of circuit court con vened on Monday Thursday the Hardinebnrg Fair TOmisea to be A very exciting tiny The hoses race four to start It engaging the attention ot race men and is expected to be a lively tussle Clorerport is selling wore goods and pt lower prices than any town in Kentucky of Iits size KEMPER HONORED The twelfth annual convention of the Kentucky Bankers association opened at St Louis lest Wednesday the Louisville delegates and those from surrounding sections of Kentucky arriving there In special sleepers over the Henderson Route at 780 oclock that morning- At the first session the President t named committees on Auditing andI Nominations H H Kemper cashier of the Two States Bank at Irvington whose picture was pnlilinhed In last weeks News was named as one of the three members of the Committee onAuditingThe of the secretary showedI a total of 215 members and the re port of the treasurer a balance ofIf 19848 in cash on hands At Thursdays session the following officers were elected H C Bodes Louisville President If ham Bridges Louisville Secretary K W Hays Louisville Treasurer Vice presidents I for each of the congressional districts were also elected S B Bottom ofII Lebanon being chosen for the Fourth district Breokenridg countys banks were well repreantad at the convention I Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chrlesuian Tex says I couU not eat because ot a weak stomach Iclost nil strength and ran down in l weight All that money could do was done but all hope ot recovery vanish ed Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of K Klol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle benetttted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and i health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di goats what you eat and cures bold by i All Druggists s IAI of thus city diedI lust Wednesday morning at his home in Leitchfield of heart trouble and senility Mr Win was eightylive years ofMage He was the youngest and last scbllddied several years ago at the age of ninnrytoiir and all ot his other IIbrutherathe ages of eighty and ninety tlIrthobLeitchfield Baptist onurch for fifty four years and chairman of the board 1of+ is survived by the following J children of iIHenryr Hill and Mrs J M Berry of Leitcbt I field and R O Willis of this city The funeral was held Thursday atII Tel tchfielcl R 0 Willis ands Mrs HrL Uelze and little daughter Mary DOwenWILL MAKE SHOES Con Sippel will move into his newcahou shop on Wall street in abouthk fworkfI I tention to make shoes and keep them on n in 3tockep Y r The happiest event of our little city occurred on last Monday evening at 8j oclock at the residence of Mr Isaac Miller Mr A A LaBel st one of u intelligent and enterprising yonng men led to the hymenlal altar the beautiful and accomplished Miss Alice Miller where the Rev J L Edring ton pronounced the twain one flesh Rev J L Edrliigtone everybody know and remembers with n big smile and a great deal of pleasureI brother Edrington as everybody called aimis now editing the Brecir enridge News together with David R Murray Senator from Hancock We lift our old straw hat to them both NOBILE PAR FRATRUM Prince ton Banner IIARDINSBURG Samuel Ovowtreet has move to Leitahtield G W Beard and wife are visiting m Bardstown Ky There will be a bit crowd at th fairThe bh race comes off on Fnday35 Joseph R Pullman Magistrate elect has moved to Uorwantown Ky Laiinie Smith left lust week for Louisville to connect himself with one of the leading tinware houses of that city Races to be run Friday of the Fair Haltmile dash for horses any age tnat have not been trained purse 20 entrance 20 per cent James T Miller enters Bay colt Jim Hughes J T Wheatley enters Bettie Jinx ton Vessels flosson enter Good Night Ring cpun for entries OWE LOCAL BANK A receiver line taken charge of the Bluegrass Canning companys plant at Uwensboro and the concern will bo operated for tile benefit of the stock holders wan creditors It is believed that the business will pay out with proper management of the property and assets Tbe totul indebtedness of the company is about 71000 while the assets amount to about 76000 The company is indebted to the Breckenridge Bank of this city to the amount of 4000 Bunlo1sFIrst in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice duilyl rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn a few dave to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by Short S Haynes THOMAS HITS SNAG The steamer John W Thomas plying1 in the Evansville and Louis ville trade had her bow run high and dry and her nft hold tilled with about a foot and a half of water last Wednesday morning as the result striking a snag at Blue River is land near Leavenworth Ind A large hole was torn in her hull by the snag but the crew managed to beach h r before she settled Broke Into Ills louse S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by invasion of Chronic Constitution When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely oared re guaranteed to curs 25o at = Haynes Drug Store INSURANCE FRAUDS Hawesville Ky Oct liA letter- to a policy holder from the Michigan utual company of Detroit has been here in which it is claimed inHancockued and insisting that they be returned to the company which agrees return what money that may have eu sent to It For some months there nas been or less queer talk of the method the men representing companies business in this countrand now it teems that there is going to be for somebody The representatives of the company in the territory are said to be Messrs C Boling and E C Vance with r W R Jones as medical examiner MONT PELEE AGAIN Kingston St Vincent Oct OTbe of the steamer Si burn arrived today reports that when the passed too island of Martinique Sept 30 ML Peleo was in full t l r WHY CHANGE Statistics to Prove That RepublicanI Policy Brings Progress and Prosperity To the Editor of the Sun Sir Dem ocratic newspapers and speakers are trying to convince the American vot er that our business interests are not in Hood shape by reason of continued Itepulican national policies and con trol That assertion is false in gen oral and untrue in particular If things were as they say under what policy otter than Republican have the following results been obtained Y The Construction News has corny pilled figures of the amount of building done in our twentysix principal cities in July 1U04 compared with July 1103 Tho total are July 1004 35009251 July 100320b2220Incr-ease 524402C The table shows gains in nineteen of the twentysix cities and losses in only seven The gains run from p r cent Seattle to 178 per cent Brooklyn The losses range from 10 percent Minneapolis to Olper cent Pittsburg Next to Brooklyn the largest increase was San Francisco 107 per cent This shows that 1001dstretched clear across our country As marks along the road front East to West we note the following increases Buffalo 04 per cent Milwaukee 80 Itsestrikes 18 per cent St Paul 32 iper cent Omahu 24 per cent Also from South to North we note increases N iw Orleans 44 per cent Memphis CD per cent Cincinat 52 p cent Atlanta Gl per suet The losses shown are in Pittsburg Detroit St Louis Indianapolis Denver Minneapolis and Loimville On June 80 the deposits held by the savings banks of the Empire btate amounted to 1112418052 On June 301004 only one year later the totnl was 1100001444 Should not the Republican party and its policies get the credit of that 54000000 increase The Wilbon low taritffree trade law was repealed in July 1807 In that fiscal year our import of agricultural products amounted to 400871 808 In the nett fiscal year the agricultur al products imported dropped to 814 201700 Does not that 80000000 decrease and stand to the credit of the Republican party Certainly IIt went to the benefit of the American farI werIIf as the Democrats Ray business is in bad shape how is it that a return issued a few days ago shows that our national banks have 3458000000 on deposit and 400000000 surplus If Renpbltcan national control is not good for the farming interest of ourjj country why is it that our exports of agricultural products amount to nearly 000000000 a year equal to 3 000000 each working day 125000 each nonr 2000 each minute and 33 each second 1 In other wordsJJ each time the clock ticks tbree f10 gold pieces and fiJ over or their eqmva lent strt on their way back to UndeJJ Sam If Republican national control is not best for our inanniactnring InterII ests how do you account for the fact that our export of manufactures wase 22000000 more in Qurtields lustI year than in the first and 17000 000 less in the lat year of Clevelands first term than In his flrct Also why those exports were 40000000 mor- In McKineleys first year than in i Clevelands last year Also why they were 10 000000 more In Roose velts fourth fiscal year than even in yioKinleys last year Also why the total gain in exported manufactures tin MoKmleys first term was 587 000000 over Clovelands second Uorm I Walter J Ballard Schenectady Oct 3 X OUR MOTHER We have just received one of the most beautiful home songs that has of late come to this office It is called j YOUR MOTHER written by JT Rider This is a song that everybody It ougnt to buy and everybody ought to sing Chorus Whyyour mother your own motner t Such affection could cone from no other In sunshine or rain in pleasure or pain The ono you loved best was your j mother Price SOCents Per Copy- Readers J of our papery by sending 25 cents in postage stamps to the Theatrical MusIc Supply Co 44 West 28th Street New York will receive a copy mailed to them post paid CHIEF CLERK WAS HERE Chief Cleric AJTBnrt of the railway mail service who succeeded the late Capt Jenkswas down from Louisville last Wednesday and spent the day in the city Mr Burt was here to see about establishing a Sunday mail service for Tobimport Jnd He makes his repot to Washington the result of which will be known later 1 i r Meade County Messenger The Lumbermans Oil and Gas Co are taking several leasees every day and have now something liks 6000 acres leased They are givign the farmers the best proposition yet offered for their oil and gas rights and when asufficient number of acres are acquired they will start to drilling They are not asking anybody to put up any money for stork All they want is your lease and they will put up for the drilling They should hue the encouragement of every citizen in tho county for if they are successful in securing oil it will mean thousands of dollars to the citizens of this place as well to the farmers Messrs Lynn and Lee are experienced oil men and they soy there is every indication that there is oil here C L Stith left Monday for Cincinnati to take charge of the Ray Cos store in that city This company is the largest dealers in phonographs typewriters and music in the United States having six teen stores the Cincinnati store being Itthe largest P C Richardson of Gustonhas sold his farm containing 254 acres to Rev Dan shackleCt Consideration 1800 If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach anti Liver tablets They will do you good For sale by Short Haynes CALIFORNIA HAS ITS DRAWBACKS Orange County Plaindealer Since the cyclone in the upper part of the State that knocked thnigs galley west the fierce heat and tidal wave in the southern part last week we should hear for a time at least less hoist ing on the part of the Golden Sans- of the Golden West about the enter nal equability of the climate here California like the purer t states has hers ups and downs her sunshine and shad ows It is a good state to settle down in however if you have vigorous health ambition to work and money enough to tide you over for a year in case you need it Hut without money and with out friends it is better to stay in the old home where the friends are The climate is here the soil is here the opportunity is here but it takes money to make money DEATH OF PAYNE Washington Oct 5Henry CPiyne Postmaster General of the United States a member of the National Republican Committee died at the Arlington Hotel at 610 oclock last night aged sixty Cause of death disease of mitral valve and dilation of the heart Funeral sirvices will beheld at St Johns Episcopal church this citynext Friday morning In succession to Mr Piyne George Bruce Cortelyoufoiiuer Secretary of the Department of Commerce and Labor and now chairman of the Republican National Committee will become Post master General Pill Pleasure- If yon ever tOOK DeWitts Little Early Risers for bllioupness or constipation- you know what pill Measure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tong and strength- to the tissues and organs of the liver and bowels Sold by All Druggists GO TO HOT SPRINGS- Mrs J E Couty formerly of this city in writing to the Newssays Please change my paper from Sterl dug Kan to 513 Park Avenue Hot Springs Ark where we have moved for the benefit of the health of our clear boy who is very ill with rheumatism We cordially invite all Kentucky friends stop with us when visiting the Springs This is a very pretty place and a fine health resort Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaQrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouole It draws out the Inflamma ion heals and soothes and oures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by AU Druggists WELL TO BE SUNK The iron casing engine boiler etc used in drilling the well on the Keiser place near Cannelton has been hauled to the river and shipped to Moolfyville this county where a well will be sunk for oil COMES TO THIS CITY Owen Keys formerly section foreman at Webster has moved to this city and has a position at the L H1k St L shops John Allen is now section foie matt at Webster CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ISnaturoof I 1 PARKER ON RED HAIR Judge Alton Brooks Parkerthe Dem ocratic candidate for president was re cently chatting with an auburuhaired visitor on his veranda at Rosemont New York Naturally the conversation turned to the subject of red hair which is a characteristic of the Parker family When I was your ngeO said the judge to his guest my hair was redder than yours it vas fiery red in fact and in consequence my fighting in stincts were overdeveloped while I was in school In the country district here I llearned my three Rs it happened that I was the only red Itaired youth When I first attended school the boys had a great deal of fun shout lug sorrel arid red top It never failed to rouse my fighting blood and I lived a strenuous life But you wouldnt have changed the color of your hair woulud you asked the visitor blandly No indeed said the judge led hair is all right Mv daughter hiss it and nay little grandson there is as red as he cnn be They say it is a sign of high temper but it also is n sign of numerous ext llent qualities Weve had two redhaired presi dents said the visitor Jefferson and Jacksonand they were both Demo crate Thats true Said the judge and dont you think its about time we hn a third ARREST 1TS50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader of this paper who Iis suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith ret ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fever Sores or any othe- Germ disease or sores of any name or nature 50 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured1 with Eczine Ecziue will heal au sore or cure the worst skin and mak it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered andI now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies andI send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of thus paper knows offI the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co HAVE TO GO BACK Messrs F D Ferry C W Moonan Jr J H Wills Win Smart Proctor Keith and E J Berry who were iin I Louisville part of last week as witnesses I for the Henderson Route in a suit brou ght against the railway company by Mrs T E Wurtsbaugh will have to return to tint city tomorrow as the case was not tried last week on account of te plaintiffs failure to secure an attorney ARE AFTER PEACE Boston Oct 5 Resolutions intend ed to bring about if possible an end to the RussoJapanese war were adopted today at the meeting of the Internationa Pence Congress By the terms of these resolutions the congress will address au appeal to the Emperors of Russia and Japan to terminate the struggle and each of the Powers signatory to The Hngue convention will be formally requested to press upon Russia and Japan the importance of putting an end to the present war Backed up by over cenlurrofform cures a record such as no other remedy for the J diseases and weaknesses pe culiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Palling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure No other medicine than Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription could possibly flwin proposition speakTheycures made by this worldfamed remedy preparation womans peculiar ailments This wonder ful remedy therefore stands absolutely alone as the only one possessed of such unrivaled properties as to fully warrant its makers in publishing the remarkable offer above made in tbe utmost good faith A short time ago I was almost dead with nervous prostration general debility and female 3t7VirginiaDrTierces I ed to me as a sure cure and I found this to be securingfine tothinktothem I and suffering woman to stop spending money prescriptionswhen0 childrenboy 1 Do I yourintelligencepound which he recommends as just as DrPiercesstoodthethousandshave I JOHN S COL EY 6 BRICK CONTRACTOR ft- JJ Louisville Ky r = 7 = t r Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERtDOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN t DENTISTOff- ice over Oclzos Hardware Store DentIWork Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law HARDINSBURd KY rwill practice his profession In all of the Courts of HreckenrlUKe and adjoining coun COllectljroad + y SourStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh el Cthe stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol I I cures Indigestion This new discovery repre cseats the natural Juices of digestion u they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles andfstrengthening mucous membranes lining the stomach I uyuImIMforKodol Digests What You Eat Bottlaionly 100 Slio holdtaf 2K ttm itbtrid ti size which sells for 60 cent Prepared by E O D WITT tCO OHIOAM Sold by all Druggists ADEMAND FOR BETTE HAM AND BACON The Berkshire is coming more and more into popularity with some breed ers and tbe reasons assigned are that theyare better adapted than any of the larger breeds to produce the bacon and ham that the people are demanding mote and more all the time The elm is to get larger and leaner hams and to produce bacon that is even in its thickness with r the streaks of fat and lean divided The i Berkshire enthusiasts insist that their r- strain best fills this bill and are of cpinr ion that the further they advance along ttI these lines tho nearer they come to sat V I defying the damaml of eaters of pork v These results are being obtained byrais ing hogs which have length and depth H of body The ideal Berkshire the one that gives the best product for the table shouldweigh 600 to 700 pounds when si1alld j aiming for Berkshires with straighter strongerlegs than the old stock had and this is being accomplished Though the t Berkshire iia native of England and got his name there the America off j shoot is far superior to the uncestralItype In fact Englisht breeders of this i fine animal are no longer in the same j class with their brethern on this side of the tater whose best herds are nOw ofIalmost matchlefs perfection A Berk shire boar at the head ofa herd from i Lowell Mass at the recent Indiana State Fair weighed 1000 pounds and is valued at 1800 Many of the sows in the herd are valued at and above 560 I apiece and some are held at 800 After i all hogs are bred for utility alone their sole mission being to be eaten and theII public will unanimously vote that the best hog is the one that best fulfills all the requirements of the larder The American Farmer MANY DIE DAILY Utciil II makes this statement and adds that ap plications for pensions are being filed at L hlghlImortallly T resulting in an increase in applications Jby widows and minors and will hoV 1 soon produce any reduction in the num ber of pensions i lif tFrederickt C sulptor died last week in ParisFranejt 4- if t WF r j Na The Breckenridgei News r WEDNESDAY October 12 1004 MRS STONE DEAD f Hawesvillo Ky Oct 5Tho funeral of Mrs C D L Stone who died at tho homo of her son Hon James E Stone in Louis villo was held hero today Drf James Weaver of Louisville preached tho sermon and she was buried from tho Baptist church hero of which sho had b cn an active member for sixtynino years Mrs Stone was born in Hardin county in 1810 but lived1 hero most of her life where her husband James E Stone Sr hold tho office of Circuit and ounty Clerk for over half 1 century Besides her son sho leaves two daughters Mrs Ann Bush of Cannolton and Mrs B T Moredock of Evansville Ind Jas E Stone Jr formerl lived in this city and at Hardins burg and is well known all over the county A Love Letter Would not interest you if voare 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 box of BucKlens Arnica Salve cured i me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at Short Haynes Drug Storey NEW L H ST L CAR v A VERITABLE DREAM Tho Pullman palace car in which the members of the Kentucky Bankers Association were taken over the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad to St Louisa a last Tuesday night was the finest I sleeping coach that has ever been taken out of Louisville The car is a new one and had just been sent by the Pullman Palace Car Company to this sec- tIon of the country It is built of South American mahogany and is thoroughly up to date in every de tail of its equipment Tho coach is seventy feet in length and con tain but twelve apartments It is j foldj ing washstands many con Iwomonccs that are entirely new in jho sleeping cars used in this section of the country Thursdays Louisville Herald CrAt S sORIdnBean theihoKind You Nara Always Bought Vgutura 4rIor PLAIN DEALERS Hawesvillo is probably the only town of its size in the world that is over without sonic sort of church service on Sunday nights rule Brashear of the Hender son Route was in town Tuesday wearing a pair of green goggles Julo always was rather shy but it is not known what it is now that ho is afraid of seeing Hawesvillo Plaindcalcr One Of Atany Upsuffered for twenty years with the 1Piles Specialists were employedand many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the usa of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many effectedtby this wonderful remedy In buy Ing Witch Hazel Salve it is only nec essary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E 0 DeWitt Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures bruisesyeczema tetter ringworm skin dis eases etc Sold bv All Druggists RETURN TO CITY Mr Murray Johnson who was recently married to Miss Myrtu Williamsof Brcckenriclgo county returned to the city on Tuesday with his bride Mrs Johnson was a popular young woman of Breck enridgo county Mr Johnson is employed at tho Owensboro Car riage factory and is an industrious and promising young mechanic Tuesdays Owensboro Messenger oAS IX 0aX ABears thethe Kind You Have Always BoughtI Signature t4of tbdbM Is Is till old his aUO8Very3 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Louisville I 11 soldii Corrusponlhng to I jjAlIllnts In and One low oversiWay I and i One i Oct and 13iI Los San Intermed I nn Woy r Into j to Only running 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MUtukoii 11ent ItII Sir Thomas Hoblnson was a tnll un couth mUll and his npiuMirnnco wna rendered still more striking by his limiting dress which consisted of a tight green jacket buckskin breeches and a postilions cap lie once set oilI In his hunting suit to pay a visit to his sister In Paris lie arrived at the louse while there was n large com pany at dinner The servant announced M Ilobiuson and In walked this remarkable llgure to the amazement of the guests One of them a French nbbe lifted his fork three times to his mouth and each time laid It down without tasting the food Unable atI last to restrain his curiosity lonolI he burst out eagerly Excuse me monsieur are you the famous Hobln son CrtiHoe so remarkable In Wstory7 London Times Some Seasonable Advice It my be a piece of superfluous advice to urge people at this season of the year to lay in a sappy of Cham berlains Cough Remedy It is almost sure to be needed before winter is over anti much more prompt nUll satisfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as n cold is con tracted and before it has become settled in the system which can only be done by keeping the remedy at hand This remedy is so widely known and so good that no one should hesitate about buying it In preference to any other It is for sale by Short Haines Tobacco Growers Organize Guthrle Ky Five thou sand farmers representing 16 dark tobacco growing counties TennesBe and Kentucky assembled at the fair ground here for the purpose of formu hating plans to assist the planters In securing better prices for tobacco and In protecting themselves against the oppressive operations of the tobacco combines Plans of organization were adopted from which much good is pre dieted provided all tobacco planters will cooperate in the movement in augurated Will Drill for OIL Covington Ky The Campbell County Oil and Mineral com pany of which H F Blase of Coving ton is the president is going after oil on a large scale The company was organized about two years ago with a capital stock of 10000 Since that time W O McMullen of Pennsylvania an expert in oil drilling has leased about 5000 acres of land in Kenton Campbell and Pendleton counties for the organization Fatal Frays Parkersburg W Va c Jesse Ferrell cut Tully Dllward fatally near Spencer Roane county They quarrelled over cattle Ferrell was ar rested Doth are prominent farmers At the same place a fight between Worthy Flinner and his father James Flinner resulted in the latter killing his son with a corncutter Operators Proposition Rejected Knoxvllle Tenn At dis trict headquarters of the United Mine Workers the following telegram was prepared and ordered sent to each of the local unions throughout the dis trict Operators proposition rejected practically three to one against aCt cepting This means a strike in sub districts 1 2 and 3 Strong Verdict Frankfort Kyw In the clr cult court the Jury rendered a verdict for 4500 against the Frankfort and Cincinnati railway in favor of the Macklln heirs for the alleged closing up of an alley It is considered a most unusual verdict and the railroad will appeal on the grounds that the verdict Is grossly excessive Four Children Cremated Winchester Ky While George Cooper and wife colored were at church their home in the country was burned Their four children rang ing from 2 to 7 years of age were left alone and all perished Wanted In Cincinnati Lexington Ky r Albert Prather who shot and killed Ed Welsh in Cincinnati April 18 1903 was arrested hero He has been at his homo in Bcurbon county since the tragedy occurred f Death of Major Norman Frankfort Ky a V Major L 0 Norman twice state auditor and one of the best known politicians in Kentucky died here of heart trouble f i t 1 4 I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD CashieriDIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson 13 F Beard J Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson viInsured against loss by fire or t Interest paid on time deposits burglaryII t 0 0 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STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS I i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY I FRISCO SYSTEM Chicago Eastern Illinois Double Daily TrainsBETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street Stalin Chicago m910 Union Station Merchants Bridge Louis m946 Morning evening connection termini divergingeEquipment entirely modern DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped practical approved safety Substantially constructed StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes latest patterns suits and trousers grado fabrics Clothes made modern methods guar anteed Moderate prices pert tailors employed- J HUNSCHE May Oannelton I r boot etc ON HUNTING TRIP Wickliffe Dellnveu left middle of last for Texas Dellaven is on a hunting through Lone Star State and will about days or weeks t i iI n + t r a r The most and only Brstclabs hotel In the a 800 Only one block from and two blocks from the A Street curs pass tbe to all parts m of the city- Everything neat and clean 1 IS 1 o o o e o + i s + 950 p m From Sf 930 p m or lines new and throughout- A and appliances t All by veek trip gone V Ga BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience m set tling estates All collections reas onable t Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to JNO D BABBAGE School books 4 the Mr the be ten two a 4ii M 1a tho door Prnlmlily Xot Is Pklileby a manicure artist I dont know Why I I just saw him and he told me that he had charge of n hundred hands at his place of business Cleveland Plain Dealer ri u i TT1 1- a y BREGKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V Q BAH A6 Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged er at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of e nta per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It IIs- Bot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the add Ubscrlbers should give their old as wells t he new address k EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY October 13 19- 01ANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to announce Henry WE Moorman us a candidate tor County Judge of Ureckenrldjco county sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR are authorized to announce R W WE of Hancock county a candidate i Hancockiaction of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE re are authorized to announce Selby H McCracken as a candidate for Represent tlve from Hreckenrlduo county subject tithe action of the Democratic party i OUR INDUSTRIES nachlne Shops of L11 St L RR Machine Shops and Foundry Canning Factory Tile Roofing Factory Two Planing Mills Saw Hill- Flouring Mill 4Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposits 22355098 Real Estate Improvement Co American Tobacco Factory Oallaher Tobacco Co Limited nonument Works The best country print shop in Ken tucky Equipped with natural gas electric lights typesetting ma chine fast presses and all modern Improvements A woman always wears a broad smile with a narrow necktie If the aptare many more passes the Russians will soon have to walk Two bushels of toevery in Habitant is the size of Missouris ap pie crop this year Not a flagpole to be seen anywhere of any kind The people are not tak ing any stock in this campaign They are too busy- Oldline eRepublicans wondering where they are at Louisville Times How is it with the oldline Democrats Do they know t A herd of steers at Burr Oak Kan Bas pastured for thirtytwo days on alfalfa and made an average gain of seventytwo pounds That beats Kentucky bluegrass a little There is nothing sharp about John Sharp Williams but his name He handles Roosevelts 10 big stick pretty freely for the reason we sus pect that bes used to carrying one himself down at his home in Yazoo Politicians generally do The man out of a job at fifty stan ds a mighty poor show of getting one in this day and time The Carnegie Steel Co has issued a circular letter to superintendents instructing them to employ no man over thirtyfive vears of age in certain departments The big railroads ol the country refuse to employ any man over forty five years at clerical work and the cnurches are calling for young preach ers and schools for young teachers In every line of work the dead line appears to be drawn atthe age of fifty So thu man of fifty is in hard lines Postmaster General Payne who 1 t died last week at the age of sixty spent his boyhood days in a small village Shelburne Mass where he educationIand later an academic education He was an unusually Aright boy studious and a hard worker The first job 9 he had was sweeping out the village poatoffice at 1 a week He was there a morningaerrands as he had time for out side of his school hours from sweeping the ppstofflce he got to be clerk and a bookkeeper in a large retail dry goods store and finally a partner In this business venture he failed and lost everything he had Hut he never gave up After his failure he went into the insurance business and made money While in this business he got into politics and soon became 5 a leader His great success in politics was in his ability to handle and organize men Ht was soon recogni zed by nia party In 1876 President Grant made him postmaster at Mil wankee He held this office for twelve years President McKinley appointed him Postmaster General in 1902 lEm TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m I II IIDENTISTS OF OWEN8BORO m Will be In Dr Lljthttoots office one week out of each month prepared to I 5watt on all wlshlnJ high 1 Class Den 1I tlstFirst Trip October 10 to 16 A good advertisement is a good way to get people interested In a geod stock We are satisfied that the election iis going right If it dont go right and to suit us we will also be satisfledJus have to be So we are like Mr Parker just sawing woos and saying nothing But we intend to vote and vote rlghi just as we please If it dont pleas other people we cant help it And thats our advice to other voters Vote to please yourselves and no other living creature IV a your vote t You are responsible not to any man but to your God May he keep you steadfast and to your duty That was the finest debate we ever listened tc in the courthouse at Har diusbnrg Monday It was clean It was free from abuse It came from the hearts of two young men who felt and believed what they said It was full of fire and snap and enthusiasm It touched the hearts of their hearers Tears trickled down the cheeks of some of them It stirred the boys not with anger but with emotions that ring out from every true American love of country respect for the old Hag and love of party Two gallant courageous young men both of them They had a cause They had words and they had tne nerve to express what they felt And they had the man liness to do it in a respectful mannei both to themselves and to their hear ers Both of them came ut victorious in that thev pleased their bearers The Republicans were well pleased and so were the Demoorats It was a very pleasing and entertaining poli tical bout and we congratulate the young politicans on the happy and splended impression they made on our people Heres our hand Dr Brnner and same to you Mr fonts May jou both live long and prosper oDd get to congress or any other good postion We had a splendid day at Hurdins burg last Monday collected lots of money on subscription Men came to us paid up their old snoscnptlon and a year in advance We like this It makes us feel good It doubles our ambition to make the News an intQr esting paper and a welcome visitor to every household in this county We thank the men and the women too for one good women eent us 3 on old sUbscription for remembering us su kindly But there are yet others who failed to do likewise They forgot it we presume or in the hurlyburly of political excitement trading and swapping horses selling horses sell ing mules meeting old friends shaKing hands and passing the com pliments of the season in all this good cheer and good times they tor got the editor and the little amount they owed him Probably they thought that he didnt need the money he had plenty is making It hand over fist and some other time will do him just as well This is true in a meas ure The editor is making money making a living paying his way but it takes lots of money to do this Hes got to collect many a dollar to meet expenses before tnert is any thing left for him Acd if he fails on a few you see it throws him just that far behindSo vou see dear sub scriber the editor has to hustle He has to collect what is due him to make both ends meet The editor is not a pauper hes not a begger either hea a worker and a hard worker at that He dont spend a minute of idle time he earns every dollar he gets he gives something in return for it too Hes entitled to it just the same as any other man who works for an honest living We make this heart to heart talk to our subscribers to let them know just how we stand and feel and how important it is to pay attentionto the matter of your subscri ption Get in the habit of paying you subscription promptly Youll feelbet- ter and so will the editor- PICKED UP Courtand Kasey was at Hardins burg Monday and sold Vic Robertson a fine harness horse for 170 cash and went home hap pyIAbe Bruner was another happy man he sold Vie Robertson a pair of black mare mules for 225 There was a lot of stock changed hands at Hardinsburg last Mon day at good prices Mr S G Watts a horse man from Atlanta Ga was there and bought ten headof horses from Vic Robertson r1N h at prices ranging from 100 to 150 Pemberton Bros of Elizabethtown Ky were also there and bought six head of harness horses from Vic at 125 to 150 Buyers from all over the country are coming to this count more freely than they over did be fore and it is all duo to the Robertson Bros They make thr market They attract buyers fton a distance and they are doing good work for the farmers of this county Farmers are beginning to find out that it is good stock tha sells and that it pays to raise gooc stock They know also that iif they have a good horse they know just whore to go to finda buyer This all makes trade It not only makes trade but it brings prosperity It livens up things It keeps people moving It creates competition It inspires men tc bettor things They look up in stead of down and behind II knocks the kicker and the croaker out It keeps money moving and circulating And when money circulates freely times are good And good times aro good for everybody the rich and the poor Squire Geo Harned of Custer was at Hardinsburg Monday shak ing hands with his old friends IIe brought his grandson Earl Harned to see the old burg and ride on the railroad for the first timeMr J B Dutschke tells us ho made another good sale of his ap ples this year Ho sold 1100 barrels at 1 per bbl on the trees and 140 bbls stillhouso apples at 40 cents Mr Dutschke had some choice fruit in his orchard and this accounts for the good prices It pays to raise good desirable things on the farm Horace Snyders colt show was the attraction at Bewleyville last Saturday The ciowd wasnt as large as it was at Drurys show but it was just as interesting Colt shows are always interesting They attract men women and children A good colt is just as dear to the household and as much thought of nearly as a member of the household And there is noth ing prettier than a young frolick some high headed plump slink colt They are a thing of beauty and a joy to the household In the ring were six or eight fine trim slick fellows the get of Jim Guthrie The blue ribbon in the hands of Miss Galla Brown was tied on G O Baileys colt which was considered by the judges the best in the ring for all general purposes The premium was 10 R A Wrather captured the second premium and Miss Vista Lyons with a smile anda graceful air tied on the red ribbon The sire Jim Guthrie was driven into tho ring by Mr Snyders little ten year old son who handled the handsome steed in a way that show d that ho knew what he was here for and that he knew his business That boy will some day make his mark in the horse ring Minor Payne of Bewleyvillo has 15 acres of fine wheat all up the best we have seen Early sowing and good ground tells tho tory W H Winnebriner tells us that ie has just finished up prizing 1 00000 pounds of fine tobacco for the B F Beard Tobacco Co He says it is tho finest purchase ho has ever put up for this firm Its put up in fine order and con lition and Mr WA llaenrsto bo and g very proud of his works I TO DEVELOP OIL LAND Hawesvillo Ky Oct 10 Judge Wampler of Indiana is paving machinery moved into this city for tho purpose of developing the oil territory in this county Tho mineral leases on 7000 acres of land immediately surrounding rlawesvillo belong to the heirs of he late Jeff Sterett and there are two oil wells on the property in the edge of Hawesville Judge Vampler will clean out the wells at once and sink more near town The wells already sunk are known as laying holes each producing with out pumping between six and ten oildaily rl- F 1ami f Took III Meal IB Ill Cabin An Australian millionaire Mr James Tyson left behind him when he died n fortune of 8000000 One of the many stories concerning him tells bow on one occasion he was a passenger on a Queensland coasting steamer As usual when traveling he declined to undress at night and lay In his bunk fully clothed boots and all Ho had taken thither with him moreover three loaves of bread upon which to subsist for fortyeight hours In order to save the Expense of meals The stew ards complained to the purser of the crumbs which the millionaires meth ods caused In the cabin But nothing would Induce Tyson to eat his loaves elsewhere than in his bunk Great was his rage when at the end of the voyage he was charged not only full rate but onefourth extra for mating taken his meals In his cabin Self He pect Self respect is at the bottom of all our love of life Lessen our self respect and man Is willing to throw his life away In debauchery and the worst kind of dissolute living Self respect Is the bond that holds all his powers together that makes him able to act to bear to endure Now nothing but ceaseless striving for conduct for morality for principle can glve you self respect Every man who deliberately does wrong and does not strive to put It beneath his foot as be would an as sassin seeking to take his life loses self respect and his power will pass away little by little Ears of Lobster Most curious ore the ears of lobsters Each is a sack or bag containing fluid and ear tones these last being particles of mineral matter or in some cases particles of sand They increase the vibrations set up by sound waves which In due season impinge on the delicate cells of the ear which contain the ends of the nerve of hearing These last In turn convey the impressions to what serves the lobster by way of a brain and a very respectable nervous mass it is Sleep To sleep is to strain and purify our emotions to deposit the mud of life to calm the fewer of the soul to return into the bosom of maternal nature thence to reissue healed and strong Sleep Is a sort of innocence and puri- ficatIon Blessed is he who gave it to the poor sons of man as a sure and faithful companion of life our daily healer and consolerM Amid The Lot Thing He Did It was said of Lord Pnlinorston that be never grew old and was ns light hearted as a boy to the very end When he was on his deathbed and the doctors told him that his time hud come he brightened up for a final jest Die my dear doctor I Tints the last thing I shall do It was The Critical ARe Dont be too hardon the boy You must remember that he hasnt reached the ago of reason I know that lIes reached the age of excuses Kansas City World He Went Book Agent entering Madam I nave a work of art to show you It Is a book Lady of the House reopening I the door And I have a work of art to show you It Is a landscape Deduction SingletonHow do you know her Age DoubletonBy her pleased ex pression when I told her women were their loveliest at thirtyare Helped Him Out BelleDld you have to help him out when be proposed May No papa did Town Topics Edward Hams came down Friday from Louisville where he is attend- Ing the Louisville School ol Pharm Roy to remain over until Monday PITH AND POINT You are not expected to accept all of your invitations Quit talking when it is plain the other fellow Isnt listening We wish we could have as good a time as young people think they are havingOur punishment used to bang on a nail behind the kitchen door Where did yours used to hang No matter how rich or Influential any man becomes he can never be as in dependent us a hired girl All the old people seem to be look lug for the Impossible young people with no foolishness about them Occasionally a man talks of always wanting to do whats right as If he thought be had a monopoly on the desire Atchlsou Globe PacilnB of the Rube The countryman promises to be come extinct In the United States The rube Is to follow the mastodon the Indian and the buffalo The gen oration that comes after us will find It hard to understand some of the pres eat day jokes of the bgosh I swan nnd gol dern kind Already quite as ninny city folk buy gold bricks In the country as country folk do In the city In fact the biggest and brightest gold bricks find their market In town A city bred man is about as apt to tangle himself up in a street car fender as Uncle SI is and not nIl the people that blow out the gas come from the tall timber Wash ington Star Coal Mnii Chief Worker Coal has become mans chief worker nnd horse labor nnd human manual labor are slowly being pushed aside In the great transformation it has been bi iln power that has triumphed over brute strength Man first sought to shift hIs burden to the backs of the beasts of the field and the horse became his patient friend and assist ant but now he seeks to harness the elemental forces of nature to do his bidding The burden Is thus lightened without cruelty to any living creature Neither man nor beast has had his la bors increased but steadily decreased St Nicholas Mr and MisR H Whitson return ed Thursday to Slaughtersville alter a visit to her sister Mrs 0 M Stephens Gold Flour per sack 78c Potatoes by weight per peck200Meal per bu800B-est Heavy Bacon per lb Breakfast Bacon per GLENDEANE f lien dark has gone to Owensboro on a visit Louts Ashley spent Sunday with B f tD I Louis Ashley Sunday C W Dean nas sold his apples to 1 Mr Whiteside of Louisville Bartley Howard of Fordsville was visiting at Glendeane Sunday Miss Montrel Purcel has returned from a visit at the St Louis fair 0 W Dean and Louis Ashley are feeding 75 line hogs for the market Sam Davis and wife have come to spend the winter with Ambrus Mid O Mrs Ashley will visit Mrs Nancy Ashley at Sadler Ky this weekHenry r Overton returned Saturday night from a visit to his Wife at Lake- land rand said she was improving Link Davis and family of Shrews bury are visiting Ambrna MuddIand Ike Davis and A F Mingus of Locust Hill Hotv He Vnrn lucntlfled- Toslnh Quincy of Boston told with glee of how lie was once identified by a laborer who was enlightening a friend That Is JoslahQuIncy said the first laborer An who Is Josiah Qulncy demanded the other I Dont ye know who Josiah Quincy Is demanded the first map I nlver saw slob Ignorance Why hes the grandson of the statue out there In the yard Superfluous Qualification Whos that unhappy looking fellow over there Thats Scribblers He writes for the r I funny papers He doesnt look as though he bndInny sense of humor Who said he had Cleveland Plain Dealer Unrepentant Visitor But there Is an essential dif ference between right and tv Convict Oh there wouldnt have been so much difference If I had a good law yer Puckff 0 Pophaum Bros CASH STORE 1 We save you front firei to twentyfive cents onnth-edollar That Is quite a saving In your grocery bill In a short time Here are a few of our pricesii t Dust llio lb ItJp Longs wrong Export Timothy Seed L per bu175Choice Timothy Seed per bu150Or- chard Grass per bu 150 Best Export R Top perlb 8c Fancy R Top per Ib JTc You will be pleased if you buy your goods Jjfrom us Give us a trial r Popham BrothersA- T i EAST END OF BRIDGE CLOVERPORT v v KENTUCKYi1 qi Ralph 1P4Par1ette The Great Humorist i OelzesHaU Oct 19 SP M We have gone to a large expense to getthis great Humorist before the CloYerport people and the patronage of everyone is especially and cordially solicited for this bigi event Mr Parlette stands without a pggHn his line and everyone isassured a good time- Cloverport Lyceum y Prices 15c 25c 35c a Reserved Seats on sale at W B OELZES STORE CALL EARLY a H i U y I H l H Ms Pills j stimulate tbe TORPID LIVER t strenffthca tbe digestive organs ttregulate the bowels and are un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE t In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possess I peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October i2 tOO i Fresh boiled ham at the English f KitchenMrs Jacob May is recovering from I irreoent illness Fresh bread every day it the English Kitchen O U Tousey of Henderson was here last week Rev S O Christian went toSteph ensport Monday Mr and Mrs Gus Gibson went to I Webster Monday Walter Marlow flea gone to Paducah It far on a business trip A fine lot of navy beans just reecievd at the English Kitchen David Murray Jr was in Hardms 1t burg part of last week Mrs Jas T Skillman was at Webster Wednesday and Thursday Wnt Russell of Evansvllle was the guest of B M McCarty Sunday New Brothers Crushed Oats onjy 10 a pacageatthe English Kitchen tents f Ste samples of dress goods of MrsJH Wills the purchasing Agent Carl DeHaven nas been at home from Terra Haute Ind the past weekMrs J H Stites of Louisville was the guest of friends here part of the past week trv Vic Robertson of Hardinsbnrg V was here Wednesday en route to the Owensboro fair- Mesdames F P Payne F L Light foot and F M Smith spent Satur today in Louisville Steak Eggs and Coffee all for 15 cents and cooked to the Kings taste at the English Kitchen Capt Kay of Evansville was the- fj guest of his sister Mrs Lizzie Geer d part of the past weear Mrs Thurman Hook and Miss i Josie Berry went to Henderson Sfttnr to visit relatives Sday Thos Bonier aud daughter 1I MIss Essie returned Friday from fi visit to her sister at Terre Haute Ind f Mrs Thus K Minary of Spripg 1rf field Ill arrived Monday to visit her 1 V parents Mr and Mrs WH Bowmer t Jr Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorgho ii Jand Miss Zilla Bates of Hawesvllle- iII arrived Monday to visit Mrand Mrs E Llghtfootj iUv L TvReid returned Saturday from i Scranton Miss where he went to get an engine recently bought by t- heIf Henderson Route Mr and Mrs P J Hermann of j1 Tell Oity were the guests of Mr i and Mrs Chas D Hook 8und- yI while lenronte to French Lick Springs Ind r I Messrs P C Richardson T Cleary and Wm Hilf ot Ekron and W J Montgomery of Cincinnati 0 form erly of Meade county were here Mon Jay en route to the St Louis fair I 1Mrs Margaret Herkes and son Frank Herkes of Warsaw III who l have been visiting relatives here I were in Owensboro several days last week visiting relatives and attending S the fair They will return to Warsaw t rthis week i SCOTTS 1 EMULSION Scdtts Emulsion is thek f means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of j men women and children 4To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the h I cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from vJ any wasting disease J For women Scotts Emu- lt1tsion does this and more It isf a most sustaining food and j Itonic for the special trials that I i women have to bear fcj To children Scotts Emul g tision gives food and strength 1 for growth of flesh and bone girlsIt Emulsion is a great help 4tndtortrm ll- oW J SCOTT II BOWNE Chemists B j PearJI treat Newyork 4 t50o and 11003 fat dniHlet q J H Phelon spent last week InI Owennboro Amiel Pate went to Jolly Sunday to visit relatives Mrs tanme Lishen went to Louis villa Thursday Morris Beard of Hardinsbnrg was in the city Sunday 2 J F Biggs ot lrvlngton was in the oity Saturday Lenox soap seven bars for 25 cents OConnell Co Miss Roberta McQavock visited in Owensboro last weeK We pay 18 cents a dozen for eggs OConnell Co Mrs Emily E Keenan ot Tarfork was in the city Thursay- J C Weatherholt was in Tell City Friday on a business trip Mrs Goo Jordan left yesterday for the St Louis fair Tho J Miller of Louisville is visiting at Hardinsbnrg Mr and Mrs J W Pate left yester day for the St Louis fair Mrs Shelby Conrad was in Louis ville several days last week Jesse Owen was at home from the South several days last week Mr and Mrs T S Nichols spent Friday at the Owensooro fair Mrs Jas Younger was m Louisville at the Horse Show Thursday Fred Whltehouse went to Owensboro Wednesday to take in the fair Mrs David Swarens Sr went to FenleySunday to visit relatives- I JMuckenfuss was at the Owens boro fair several dayo last week Miss Marv Sippel went to Louisville Wednesday to soend several days Mrs JL Moorman went to Hawes ville Saturday to visit relatives Mrs W JMattingly Jr returned Sunday from a visit at Irvington- Mr and Mrs J D Seaton spent Thursday and Friday inLonisville An infant child of Mr and Mrs Edward W Gregory Med lost vree Owen Sanders was up from Evans villa Sunday the guest of relatives Misses Elh Smith and Amy Pate spent last Wednesday in Louisville- Dr R P Keene the dentist of Owensboro is in the city this wees V Or Babbngo was at Owensboro Thursday and Friday to see the Elks fairMrs Marion Ryan of Louisville was here last week the guest of rela tires Mr and Mrs Chas May spent sev eral days at the Owensboro fair last weekMr and Mrs Jesse Keys were at the Owensboro fair Wednesday and ThursdayMrs G Stevens of Louisville was the guest of Mrs W H Bowmer FridayJno Weisenberg JM Gregory and Willis Clark went to the Owensboro fair Thursday Layton Furrow went to Owensboro Wednesday to visit relatives and at tend the Eiksfair Miss Jennie Warfield came down from Louisville Saturday to visit Mrs Frank Fralzej Bring your chickens eggs aqd pro duce to OConnell Co and receive highest market price Chas and Will Waggoner Marion and Jno McQavock left yesterday for the St Louis fair Horace Newton and son John spent several days at the Daviess county fair at Owensboro- Dr Ben L Bruner of Hart county was the guest of Capt J H Rowland while in the city Monday Miss Nettle Gregg came down from Louisville last week to assist Miss Judith Miller the milliner Rev and Mrs PL King and child ren returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Smith Grove Ky Mrs Joseph Harpole came down from Louisville Monday to visit her parents Dr and Mrfc J L Moorman Will bo at Hardinsburg Oct 17 for four days and at Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent ist Mrs Chas Cox citmo down from Muncie nMonday night and will visit relatives here andta Tob Iusport i n f Mrs F M Smith went to Ijonls ville Saturday to meet her cousin Mrs Elmore Moorman of Silver Clty N Mwho is visiting Mr Chas PMoor manP W Sampley of Mnihali OKla who has been visitng his sister Mrs Henry Tate of Tobin sport left Tues day for Bethany Ill to visit his brotherRev Father Aloysius Meyering was in the city Thursday the guest of Father Brey while en route to Browns Valley from Rochester N Y where he visited his parents Beth Plentiful Did you ever have all you wanted of anything asked Meandering Mike Yes answered Plodding Pete Two things advice and water Washing ton Star h i LOUISVILLE MARKET Reported by the Central Live Stock Exchange Central Stock Yards Louisville Oct 10 CattleThen WitS a good attendance of buyers today but the market was a little draggy The nice tidy butcher cattle are thA reediest sellers at about steady prices There are a BRood many common and medium cattle on the market and buyers lire asking u slight concession on this class Bull market steady There is a good demand for choice milch cows at steady prices but small plain cows are dull and sell at low prices Choice ship ping cattle steady one load of choice 1400 pound steers belonging to Mr Dick Reynold brought 5 There is a good demand for choice dehorned feeders the plain and qommon kinds continue to sell lower Very little demand for light trashy stockers and then only at low prices CalvesRoceipts light The market was a shade higher on choice light veals best 5GO0 fair to good 45Icommon coarse calves slow sale Hogs Receipts liberal Both local and foreign packers were fairly well represented but unfavorable reports from other places caused our market to open up at lower prices best 100 pounds and up 5 80120 to 100 pounds J5B5 heavy pigs 5 515 light pigs 4 460 roughs 425 5 Sheep and LambsReceipts light The market was tully steady on all butcher lambs and fat sheep The common Kinds are slow sale Best lambs 5 525 best butcher lambs M 4 50 fair to good 375 4 tail ends 3 300 CARL SOFFER DEAD Carl Soffor died last Tuesday of typhoid Mr Soffer Was teaching school at tho Clark school house when ho took down and died at boarding house not being able toI get homo after taking down home is at Oaks while his parents live at Kirk lIe was buried yesterday in tho Fordsvillo coin etery Fordsvillo Independent AN INSECT MENU Every Item Thereon Lnnrr Known and Eiiteenieil by KplcurcH Here Is n typical Insect menu ot which no one need be afraid to par take since every item tins been known and esteemed by Insect eaters for gen erntlons past It was served not lung ago according to Pearsons Weekly at the table of a rich London epicure who is also an enthusiastic advocate of an lusectarlan dietary Green Caterpillar Soup Fried Lociwt with Wood Louse Sauce Curried Cockchafers Wasp Grubs Baked In the Comb Stag hectic Larvae on Toast Moths Baked in Batter Deviled Wlraworms- Grasshoppers au Qratln The green caterpillars that compose the soup feed entirely upon vegetables and mostly upon particular vegetables most relished by luau such as cab bag and lettuce I In appearance the soup Itself Is not unlike clear turtle while Its flavor is delicious The locusf which constitute the second course have na every one Is aware been esteemed by gormands the world over and from the remotest antiquity Eat ye the locust after his kind is the Biblical Injunction and we know that John the Baptist lsre corded as having lived for some considerable time upon locusts and wild honeyThere are of course many ways ol preparing them They can be fried aft er their legs and wIngs have been plucked off which was as a matter ol fact the process adopted in this par ticular Instance or they may be pow dered and baked into cakes or curried or boiled turning red like lobsters in the process The wood louse sauce if properly made with fresh butter flour milk pepper and salt will be found fully equal to shrimp which It much resem bles in taste Indeed the wood louse although he lives on laud is first cous in to that much relished crustacean Cockchafers curried or otherwise are delicious if selected of a servicea ble size and plumpness So too are their grubs when full grown They should then be at least two inches in length and fat In proportion and maybe eaten uncooked like oysters 01 stewed In milk =Perhaps lovever the most tooth some of all insect delicacies is that which comes forth onj our menu ol the day wasp grubs baked In the comb These grubs Have tfeented by their parents on a gacchfrrlup fluid juicesandfat possessing a flavor as exquisite as it Is unique No one who has once tasted them will ever agalOTbe sur prised at the prefcrenee shown by fish for this particular grub when used as a baitThe stag beetle larva is of course Identical with the cossus which the old Roman epicures used to fatten for their table upon flour and wine The sixth course shobld be served steaming hot since there is no more appetizing odor than that emanating from a plump bakedmoth Deviled wIreworms are eaten in the form of a paste spread upon sippets of toasts and taste not unlike anchovies when treated in similar fashion lire May Bright jras tat tht Owensboro fair Wednesday tL a I WarvtsSr3r r3i3r 3rhr1rAdvertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week U FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot ot good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Os and Gasoline EnKlnesMAUTIN GABLE 5163rd Street Louisville Ky WANTED VV Ilpplctrcs2000 peach trees at 10cea h Send for list ottrccg Highland Nursery Covirport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdnys each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Touis Seas on ticket n30 60 day ticket fOflTi 15 day ticket f035- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good returning Oct 31 Special Homeseekers Excursions To the Southwest Sept 20 Oct 4 and 18 Arkansas nearly all points 2435 2135OklR1loma 2435TexasReturn limit 21 days from date of sale Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Sat urday tickets will be sold Cloverport to- St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 680 Special oneway second class colonists rates Cloveroort to Southwest Oct 18 Special oneway second class rates to the Southwest Oct 4 and 18 One way second class rates to Pacific and North Pacific coast dud ntormadiate points each dayto and including Oct Is 1901 Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masons Louisville Oct 18 201004 Cloverport to Louisville and return 295 on Oct 17 and 18 good to return Oct21 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No46JDally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at Wost loll only arrly sat Louisville 715 A M No 42 Ua1IyMalland Express loaves CIo verport IIM A M stops ut all way stations arrives ouisvlllu 1385 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dully arrives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 050 II- m Stops at West Point only Train No48 Express dully arrives atCloverport 700 p in Louisville 015 pi m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesrlllo 1250 ISt arrives St Louis 610 111- stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evunsvllle 100 p m St Louis 618 p m stops lit Ilawes yille Owensboro and Ifenderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally arrives Cloverport 725 p m Evunsvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 4S dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo erport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 AM St Louis 645 A M stops at Ilawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 420 a m arrives Irvlngton 815 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Folds ville 340 p m arrives Irvlocton 600 p mTrain No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle 600 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST HOUND Train ya 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsvllle 305 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fords vine 1100 p m ciianjp Xq pies amit at esn poop calms doiis i3noO jssg- S1IW3S1311V3H3HMS3Hn3 anno Wanted 10000 Barrels distillery apples L D ADDISON Addison Ky ALONG WAY OFF At tho March term of tho Brfcnthitt county court a petition was filed signed by eighty citizens requesting tho county judge to call an election on the liquor question tho purpose of tho elect ion to repeal the local option law now in force County Judge Har gis took tho matter under advisement until only recently when ho enttpred the order calling tho election for tho second Saturday in Juno 1910 This has incensed tho liqupr mon who have been threat ening to bring an actson for a man damus against Judge Hargis to require him to call tho election Miss Ethel Tate who is attending school at Evansvllle was the guest ef relatives here and at Tobinsport Bunday fl jyD t l 1w1 MEET ME AT NOLTES NOBODY HERE Opt a prize in the great Woggle bug contestIbut we have some bargains to offer you in fall goods especially that Will be Equal To Any Prizes To you if you will take advantage of them We Can Convince You That this is true if you will come and see us J C NOLTE BROII MASONIC TElIPL- ECLOVERPORT KY f1ur B dR- Ml C MONOLITH PROBLEMS MYSTERY OF THESE STRANGE STONE MONUMENTS OF THE PAST A Theory That All of Them TIIONC on the tweriesisiI CniiliiiiMit UN AVvll UN TliiiNe In the l lIt AVerv Unlit by the Ancient IlioeiilcliuiN Among the greatest mysteries in the mystery of the past human history on earth the monoliths that stand In van ous purts of the globe have always been chief These strange stone monuments gen erally rude with hardly any sculpture but wonderfully large In size are scat tered everywhere The most famous of thorn are the cromlechs such as those In Stoneheuge in England Oth ers are found in the western part of France in the northern part of Ger many as far as the Oder river in Den mark and in Sweden Northern Africa Madagascar and Asia from Mount Sinai and the Can casus to India ull have some here and thereLately they have been discovered even In Siberia There are several places In Japan where such stones stand Others have been found in North and South America Among the most won derful and mysterious of them all are the vast almost terrifying stones rudely sculptured that have been found on Easter Island iu the Pacific oceanThe mystery as to what these stones meant was not the only puzzle The greatest puzzle was how primitive peo ple without knowledge of engineering and without known at pllauces could have moved and erected such giant blocks some of which weigh as much as 250 tons In many districts where the great memorials stand there are no stones of such size to be found In the earth Consequently they must have been transported from places long distances away For many generationsever since men have spent any time In thinking over these matters scientists have puzzled their heads over the monoliths in vain Whether they classed them aa all being the same or whether they divided them Into different classes they remained the same riddle In more recent years however there has been a systematic study of nil the monolith memorials of the world and as a result a novel theory has been advancedIt that ono race that of the Fhocniclanscrcctcd all these monuments Of course 1 this is correct it means that history will have to be revised for it would show that the PhoeniciansI once knew all about the whole globe and that they had visited America and Asia long before modern days The first thing that led to the as sumption that the Phoenicians bad raised the monuments was the obser vation of M Levlstre a trench archaeologist that almost all the monoliths were to be found near themouths of great rivers or alone their courses l w U There is no better flour milled than CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Its purity and flavor make it as popular as it is wholesome People who are particular about the bread they ent people who know good bread from poor bread and want the good are the wl11ingbiiS OGRANDVIEW This pointed to a people that usod ships Now the Colts were never strong on the water Their boats were primitive being mostly of wickerwork covorwl with hlilcH aril they were unable t move nay distance from land In thcs clumsy and unsoMworthy contvivuiM Consequently when the question arose as to what race was advanced iin navigation In that early time when these monuments were put up the answer naturally cave that the only race known to be a race of sailors anti merchants then was the race of the Phoenicians And If they were the Phoenicians how did they come to reach America They lied colonies on the Islands of the western Mediterranean and even in the Islands of the Atlantic ocean i ns history proves It Is not hard to imagine that they may have fotlud their way to America Some archae j ologlsts are even willing to believe that they reached America by way of j the lost Atlantis that legendary continent 1 that Is now sunken somewhere eX1IsteelI fistedAtPhoenicians were the erectors of the i monoliths of the world to commemo rate discoveries or for religious j 1 poses still later on gained strengthJjj through the discovery of a great upright j stone near the river Loire which hUH Phoenician words engraved deeply JI on it Translated these words say I On this spot was slain our bravo com nude i In Sun Luis in Bolivia Is one of these stones which has on it the en graving of a foot printed and a snake with its heat raised The footprint is a well known Phoenician symbol of death nod Is fouiul on ninny stones that cover ancient Phoenician burial i sites And the nuake with head raised is another acknowledged Phoenician 1j emblem Exactly the same symbols as those on the South American stone have been found on a stone In central France New York Press- YorkNhlre I Moor There Is no better walking to be had within the four seas than across n Yorkshire moor The air is intoxicat lug The suns heat may be tropical elsewhere Here it Js ever tempered by breeze if not by high wind One la knee deep In honey sweet heather trio grouse rise in numbers at your feet and sweep down the Wind with the speed of an express bullctT m- ploDarhr I The best thing Josh vBllllngs knew of was a first rate wife and the next best thing was a second rate one A Silver Quarter Will buy a good many things The best way to spend it Is tor Paracamph First Aid to the In gJgL Yon not only get your moneys worth but you get an instant relief for Cold in the Head or Chest and Nisal Catarrh Paracamph takes away that stopped upsfeeling soothes the inflamed congestion j4i 44 t x rNiM M r f r Y f + r he J I 4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 12 1004 is UPTODATE ON GENERAL OUTLOOK p I 1 Official Organ Of A S Of E Gives Prices And Condition- Of Principal Crops r OF INTEREST TO FARMERS j The following is taken from the cur I rent number of UpToDate Farming r official organ of the American Society of Equity and is the best and most Valuable information farmers can obtain as to the outlook for the prin t I cipal crops of the country Each crop la summed up in part as follows A revolution is working out in l American agriculture such as justifies i our every prediction and bears grati r fying testimony to the power of the r AS of E and thu work done by Up t ToDate Farming r COTTON may justly come first in our General Outlook at this time and conditions are very hopeful for Ii securing the minimum prate of 2 cents A general convention of cotton growers was held in St Louis September 211 for the purpose of per fecting arrangements to more certainly control the marneting and secure r the price A similar mooting for a similar purpose will be held at Little i Rook Ark Octobers Y WHEAT The harvest in the ooun trv is practically over The summing up ot the crop reveals a startling con dition The quantity Is the smallest for years while to meet the natural demand it should be Tthe largest the t country over grew We have seen how the world consumed the largest three r crops in accession that the country ever produced besides reducing a f visible supplyof over fifty million bushels on September 1 1UOO to thirteen million bushels on September 1 c 1004 Thus proving the enormous ini crease in consumption To meet this we nave a crop about 180 million bushels short ot last year and of such apoor condition that about 100 mil lion bushels is worthless for flour Now on top of this is a heavy Euro pean shortage in several important I producing countries Figured this I way we must put the crop of this country at about 400 million bushels on a flour making basis and estimate tnat the European requirements will be greatly in excess of normal years The bread proposition for the next year shows a condition unparalleled While there no is danger of a famine in l a country of such diversified food crops yet wheat will sell at almost famine prices before another crop in t grown The high price of wheat will also influence relative high prices for other food crops and draw up the price of other cereals Present Chicago price is f118 for No2 red- CORNI The crop is in a very un even condition The weather condi tions have been just about as untavor able as possible for maturityeven worse than last year True there is a considerable part of the crop safe al ready but the other part is very great YourHeart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has Weak HeartI Ia One of the surest signs of a weak heart la Ehortncsa of breath after exercise Your heart In not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells f Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble t begin taking Dr Mlles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good r If It doesnt your money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years 1 would be apparently all right and without a moments warning would fall as though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible dread pos leased me an I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would be attacked and whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent ar ShyilclnnB of the state Not finding re taldnlDrbottlestwhichhad an attack for five pearsMRS JOirN DKE8BACK Ielpalo 0 FDEEWrIto to us for Freo Trial of Dr Miles Anti HomedYtor tellrFree DR MILS MEDICAL CO t LABORATORIES ELKHART IND ti f 004 PI A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take Dr Thachcrs Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fiftytwo years with perfect confidence nnd themost remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which con sists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Scnna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend preparation kvhich they know contains the best known remedies for correcting all irreg ularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience BLOOMINO GBOVB TEX Nov 13 1902 Ilwas suffering terribly with indigestion and kidney trouble and sent to my druggUt for something to relieve me As he sent me a package of Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try it and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist as youI from these things and learsandother medicines But after using not quite two packages of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel as stout and hearty as I ever did in my life and I am satisfied that I am entirely cured I feel no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is as good as any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose- I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief and I can not put a correct estimate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount of mouey for It Very yoursJ If you nerd a mrtllclne write today for n free sample bottle and Dr T1we ers Jlrnllh nook Give fymptomt for advice Me sinptlit Ilk you to try it at our ex prnxe We know what it wilt do For tale by all JUrugglstt two dartS9 cents and 100- TJIdCJIEIf jrBDJOXJfj CO- Chattaflooga Tens The nrop In the central states is down very badlyI thus Interfering with wheat seeding The cash price at Chicago is 50 cents At Indianapolis GO to 03 cents POTATOES promise a good crop and there In not much complaint of rot Farmers should hold for good prices as there will be a famine for potatoes in Europe on account of the greatest drought tne continent ever expelenc ed TTndontjtedly there will be a heavy demand for our potatoes at good prices for export Thus we will return tne kind offices they bore to us last season when they let us have of their abunaance The tendency of prices is downward to too low a level and f iroiers will be wise if they refuse to market except at a fair and profitable priceChicago price 35 to 44 cents per bushel New Yorir price 45 to 55 cents per bushel APPLES will be fairly plentiful but growers must not believe the stories circulated by buyers about the enor mous crop The object is to frighten them and beat down the price By making the effort a large part of the crop can be held off of the market a while thus compelling better prices at the start and guaranteeing fair prices to producers and consumers all through theseason Prices of apples range at CO cents to 1 a barrel for inferior mixea stocks to 125 to 225 for straight choice stock Dealers are talking of fl to 150 per barrel for winter apples at shipping stations TOBACCO The crop is a good one in practically all the producing sec tlons The Connecticut crop is the best and most perfect in years In Wiscon sin the crop is good but in some dan ger from frost at time ot our report Pennsylvania a good crop generally Kentucky darK tobacco fair to good burley good Tennessee fair to good Virginia good North Carolina fair to good Buyers of tobacco are active and many crops are being contracted in the fields We think with last seasons experience so vivid in every persons mind growers would not be in a hurry to sell to the first buyer that comes Urowers can make their own prices and be masters of the situation if they only will A national convention of tobacco growers is scheduled for Lynchburg Va ir November to consider the entire situation of the tobacco crop including marketing and price and growers should await the action of that convention meanwhile strength ening and perfecting their organiza tion CATTLE are bringing only moderate prices HOKS are selling at Indianap oils stocK yards in excess of 0 cents while at Chicago the same grade sells for 51 Lents The general outlook for the farmers is splendid and we consider the future has more bright spots appearing than could ever be discerned before Qtime TOBACCO SALES Among recent tobaccosales by Lou iaville houses were the following Louisville HouseOne hhd Breok onridge county dark lugs 305 Planters Bouse Twenty hhde Breckenridge Pryor 080 to 300 Ninth Street HouseTwo hhd Han cock county dark leaf and lugs 7l0 000 two hhrts Ohio county darn leaf and lugs 4 300 Pickett HouseTwentyfour hhds Breckenridge dark 3 to 030 six hbds Ohio darK 380 to C05 Home HouseEight hhds Brectcen ridge dark leaf and iugsRLGU t1 3 ilO three hhd Hancook dark leaf and lugs 115 to 305 TEETHINA as its name implies Is used by every mothAr wlee To stay convulsions that come on When teething time begins to dawn For Nausea Vomiting nnd the weak irritable Stomach of children nothing equal Dr Moffetts TEETHINA Teething Powders It Aids Digestion and Regulates the BowelsSUCCEEPS IN IOWA Rev J M Deschainps irmsrly of Hawesville who is well known in this city is meeting with success at Anomosaj Iowa where he is pastor of the First Baptist church which is a very flourishing one He preached the closing and most important sermon at the Association which met in Cedar Rapids in September and has been elected to the Iowa State Board HANCOCK SPEAKINGS- The Hon Frank B Posey conceded to be alfinished orator will speak at Hawesville on next Saturday at 2 oclock in the afternoon in Interest of the Republican party Congressman A U Stanley will speak at Pellville at 2 oclock Friday October 28 and at Hawesville that night The following day he will speak at Lewitport in the afternoon and at Utility at night The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are es pecially trying and probably to non A- more so than to tune scrofulous and consumptive The progress of scrofula during a normal October is commonly great We never think of scrofula its bunches cutaneous eruptions and wasting of the bodily substance with out thiuning of the great good many sufferers from it have derived from Hood s Sarsaparllla whose radical and permanent cures of this one dis ease are enough to make It tne most famous medicine in the world There is probably not a city or town where Hoods Sasfararilla hasnt proved its merit in more homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almost as earl ous and as much to be feared as its near relative consumption MR ASHBY TO BUILD- Mr W S Ashbyof near Cloverport was in town Tuesday raising subscriptions for the new JMetbodist church to be built at Midway Mr Ashby tells as that he will build him self a nice new residence very sown some of the material for which is now being assembled on the groundHan cock Clarion REV WALTON MARRIED- The many friends in this city of Rev T F Walton former pastor ot the Lnoile Memorial Presbyterian church will be surprised to learn of his marriage to Mrs Florence Fox worthy of Mt Carmel Ky Tho wedding took place last Thursday morning at 10 oclocK at the residence of Rev JnoBazbonrat MaysvilleKv CUBES STOMACH RoVB HE body gets its life from l food properly digested Healthy digestion means pure blood for the body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach disorders upset the entire system Improperly masticated food sours on the stomach causing distressing painsbelching and nausea When overeating is persisted in the stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlackDraught cures dyspepsia It frees the stomach and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach new life The stomach is quickly invigorated and the natural stimulation results in a good ap titeawith tho power to thor OUR food You can build up your stomach with this mild and natural remedy Try Thedfords Black- Draught today You can buy a- packawo from your dealer for 25c if ho does not keep it send the money to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term and a package will DO mailed you THEDFORDS BLACKDMUGHT 400 = The Turnpike Ern Between the years 1700 and 1840 IIn numerable plans were made for the creation of turnpikes hi tho United States There hud been one great success the Lancashire turnpike in Penn sylvanla and then came coantless other projects In 1811 New York had 13i chartered roads with n total length ot 4COO miles and the sum required to build them amounted to 7500000 Au era of canal digging and then of nil roatT building followed this period but the canal promoters and railroad men had great difficulty In advancing their schemes They were considered Insane when they Insisted that the mountains and plains could be conquered by these moans of transportation NnttircH Beauties Character Is fed largely through the eye anti em The thousand voices 1 In nature of bird and Insect and brool the soughhig of the wind through the trees the scout of flower and meadow the myriad tints In earth and sky IIn ocean and forest mountain and lull are Just as Important for the development of a real man as the education ho receives In the schools If you take no beauty Into your life through tile eye or the ear your nature will bo hard juiceless unattractlveSucccssT- estimony of a Minister Rev Jon S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a unui ber of physicians and tried all sorts ot medicines but got no relief Thini I oegan the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a dis ease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by Short tC Haynes Only GOo Hard Sentnf It is not well for sedentary workers to sit on cushions In man owing chlclly to his erect carriage there 1Is a strong development of the muscles of the pelvis and tho thighs which almost completely clothe tile strong bones of that region In the seated position to obviate undue pressure nature hits provided n proper cushion over these bones Ilyrtls saying Is well known We sit on the fat of the seat as on a mattress In sitting on a smooth and hard surface the body rests upon three main points but in sitting on a soft cushion pressure Is imparted to the muscles and Interferes with the circulation in all their parts Great attention has been paid to this matter In the construction of bicycle saddles and speaking generally with very beneficial results Nothing can be said against a certain amount of covering If not too yielding but the chic stool properly shaped Is an ex cellent seat Pearsons Weekly Food Aversions Cows milk Is said to be abhorred by the Japanese and rabbits are never eaten by the Abysslnlaus who explain that rabbits are too much like big rats The natives of the Sandwich Islands would not take caviare for a gift Cheese In Mexico is simply curds des iccated and pressed in pancake shape and even then It Is patronized only by the Caucasian colonists The half breeds accept it with hesitation and a two ounce slice of limburger would stampede a tribe of mountain Indians They resent it as a practical Joke In questionable taste But why the Ko reans eschew ice cream as a traveler reports is the case Is less easy to ex plain Perhaps they share the Japa nese prejudice against dairy products or the Chinese predilection for super heated tidbits A Queer Italian Custom On Aug 1 of every year the people of Val dl Rosa in Italy gather In the great square which is also a thrashing floor and proceed to exorcise tho devil for the benefit of their own dreams and for tho well being of their vineyards The most intelligent man in the community is chosen master of ceremonies A small fire balloon is made ready and to this the master of ceremonies solemnly attaches a puppet representing his Satanic majesty Amid the shouts of the peasantry the balloon with the devil attached is liberated Tbo good people believe that for tho rest of the year the evil one will not disturb their dreams or damage tho vintage Fungus Slippers Before the discovery of Inciter matches a large hoot shaped fungus growing on the trunks of trees was used throughout northern Europe for making amadou or tinder The thick brown woody flesh of the same fun gus cut into slices and beaten until i assumes the appearance of felt is used at the present day In Germany for the manufacture of chest protectors caps purses bedroom slippers and various other articles Ono Exception Papa Is the hand that rocks the cradle tho one that rules the world 1 Thats what Ive heard Well I know one that dont Who is it Nurse She wanted to go down town nnd mamma told her shed firo her If sho went and wouldnt give her no recommendation Indianapolis Sentinel A Chronic Habit No said the man who had recently made his fourth pilgrimage to the mat rhnonlal altar I cant say that marriage Is a failure Of course riot rejoined his bach lor friend With you it Is merely a habit PbUqgelphia Jmmirer J f I w1Nc112SXE4 1 J t Rifle and Pistol Cartridges The proof of the pudding is the eating the proof of the cartridge is its shooting The great popularity attained by Winchester rifle and pistol cartridgesBecause during a period of over 30 years is the best proof of Repu their shooting qualities They always give satisfac tion Winchester 22 caliber cartridges loaded with Smokeless powder have the celebrated WinchesI Greaseless Bullets which make them cleaner to NE1YShandleALL SUCCESSFUL SPORTSMEN USE THEM IDEAL TRUSTEE S Ili McCrackens Paper Read Before Dist Teachers Meet ing At Mites Run Oct III believe this to be one of the most important subjects pertaining to our publIc schools as the success of our schools aepends largely on the interest manifested by our trustees While thereis no salary attached to this office yet I consider it one of the most important offices within the gift of the people As the education ol our children depends largely on them hence I believe a man is serving his country nobly when he discharges his duties faithfully as a school trustee First of all a trustee after taking the oath of office should acquaint himself thoroughly with the school laws of his state which 1 daresay a large per cent of them never do They Lhonld exercise their very best judgment in selecting their teacher as this is fthe keynote to the success of our schools You may do your duty in regard to building handsome convenient comfortable schoolhouses which possi bly might stand for generations to come as a monument to your efforts asI a trustee and you may enforce ourI compulsory school laws and fill our schoolhouses with scholars which is a part of your duty in case vour at tendance is not what it should be but if yon dont do your duty when you go to select your teachers youI have made the greatest mistake possible for a school trustee to malts I would rather my children should go to school in a log schoolhouse poor ly furnished and have a good teacher to instruct them than to go to a handsomely furnished college and have a teacher who doesnt understand his professionTrustees should not only require teacher to produce their usual certifi ante but they should see to it that they have the proper discipline in their schools and otter every inducement possible to benefit the morals of their scholars We may send our children to school and give them a good education but if by so doing their morals become corrupted through our teachers allowing them to swear chew tobacco smokeand use bad language eto around the school premises wo have done them an in justice by sending them to school at allI think a teacher should be allowed by law to correct a scholar at any time or any place and our children should be impressed with this fact by their parents Children will soon lose respect tor a teacher who has poor discipline in his school And as soon as a scholar loses rF pecJ for his teacher right then he loses interest in his studies to a great extent Hence tho importance of trustees insisting on their teachers enforcing strict discipline in their schools I consider this a very Important part of a school trustees duty One of the greatest and hest governed organizations In the world is our army and navy and what would they be wilhont discipline A school is nothing more nor less than a small army with the teachers as its officers and they should exercise the same authority in their schools as do the officers in our army and navy While it is the sworn duty for a school trustee to provide comfortable 1 schoolhouses with suitable seating capacity for all the scholars in the district etc he should not lose sight of the fact that it is also his duty to provide sufficient funds to employ the best teachers possible As a rule onr teachers are the poorest paid class of professional people we have Trusltees should use their influence withthe state officials to get as much money settt aside for school ourposes as would insure tull terms of school and pay l tfanlr teachers living salarys I Though I dont know of a nobler cause for which pnblicmoney could be spent tnan for public school purposes and as I have said before there are very few offices within the girt of the l American people of greater import ance thn that of trustee yet I dont know of an office that has as little attention paid It by the general public p of Colum nings BI and receives a poorer compensation + tHarvey The duties of school trustees are very tats COJ numerous and of great importance urlng i to rising generatiuns hence the im Wlnl portance of them knowing their dut ilnself ies and faithfully performing them e gold S H McUlocken oUonaeslden esldenCHOSEH J Baker of Patesville one of theverDIbest known and most enterprising The I farmers of Hancock county has beenuld rl chosen by the local A S of E unionss the of that county to represent them atyof t the tobacco growers convention toesttonbe held at Lynchburg Va on Nove thl1 vembei 10 and 11 under tae auspices tell t of the American Society of Equity foruhf it the purpose of setting a price on the the tI 1004 tobacco crop Judge Stephens of Whet Hawesville was named as alternaterenuv MUST BE RETUNREDrm al JItFrankfortinion given to county clerks today Atrker c dtorneyregistratation certificate is the properrtant i ty of the voter and should be returnedt the 1 to him by the registration officers thatresiden the may vote at all elections until lIOles he next regular election when an other registration will beheld Indian OFFICIAL FUNERALennings Washington Oct 7The official toberfuneraltook place today from St Johnst In war church The admission was oy cardtotalonlyand filled Presievery pew was ill the dent and Mrs Roosevelt occupied a Ufrontthbranchesatyfiv diplomatic corps the army and navy r him were represented Rev Colgon Smithtateconducted the services of the Episcopala church The remains were taken toogedodnte Wisconsin for itermentesibleHANCOCK TOBACCOcal apt Hawesville Ky Octft =Acrofdinr MesaSpe to to reports from the twelve localjnnlon all the p of the farmers new organization iI to be u this county the average of the tobac re expel co crop in the county this yet is only 445 per cent This estimate cover every precinct in the connty Th Indian best showing is made by the Hawesionvntl nlvlUeat 70 and the worst is by Utility r- Ioague odayI with only 80 per cent hIrtfb tepresenl CARRIE NATION AGAINrig to It I Wichita Kan Oct 7Mrs Carr1 4hie leag Nation who was arrested recently ere org while raiding a joint was fined 15 lubs and given six months in jail Thret 1 There other women who took part in tI raid were fined smaller thEthenstag They gave notice ot appeal G Nation and Mrs McIJenry Immedl Iowa I ately after they were released on ai B faPJknooklngolhe- corted W o NEW HOTEL he local A company is in progress of forma elegate tton at Lewisport for the purpose ofth hull building a new hotel It will be formed by a stOOK company with aThousncapital of 1000 divided in shares of 50 each Hancock Clarion Fill a b WHAT TAFT TINKSwater anc Quinoy Ill Oct 7Secretary of War Taft addressed a large audience at Turner Hall here tonight The Secretary was met at Hannibal Mo this afternoon and escorted to Quino by H committee of thirty prominen citizens atterwards being accompani ed to the place of speaking by iij s I convlnclnSecretarytime to discussing Judge Parser 0 ThornstatementsexpoGovernmentalPhilippine question he sold wish In The Democratic party is dlreotUIQack kid urlresponsw of the Insurrection that was continue litor bad in 1101 and 1002 Their speeches theirB r wlne orb sslboyaged the violent in the Philippine lr i ordinary lands to believe that with each sac realized ceeding electron the Democrats werederful cm You nee to come In and St they only maintainif Sol ed their attitude of disturbance and You m lawlessness they would receive top xonderfu power of governing their fellow citi nd a abo bo- more zoneiAddress A I Word With Yout Co Bing- Do you suffer from itching or bleedtlon read- Ing piles If so nse Paracamph It Dont m- is guaranteed to relieve instantly Itootnnu- and oars Try it today If you areba every relanded t1 l r 1 R i t i t he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 12 1004 RYAN TELLS WHY HES FOR PARKER Because ties On Ticket Only Republican League Has Big Convention NEWS OF POLiTiCAL NATURE Columbus O0ct ljWI11IaUl Jen nings Bryan in a later to Chairman Harvey C Garber of the Democratic ptate Coinuiitttedecllning to visitOhib paring the present campaign eass i While Judge Parker announces plmself as unqualifiealy in favor of the gold standard he is no more ob ftctlonnble upon this question than President Roosevelt and he does fend for many things in which the ver Democrats are interested KThe election of Parker and Davis luld remove from the arena cf polls the questions which stand in the y of the consideration of economic lestions and for this reason I be Ivfl that every Democrat who sup Rted the ticket in 18UG and 1100 paid interest himself in the success the ticKet this year Whtm the election Is over I want renew the fight for economic rel rm and 1 believe we will be in fetter position to do this with Judge prker elected than witn Roosevelt at K head of the nation It is also im rtant to secure Congress for with bt the House of Representatives the resident could not carry out his olicies Bryans Big Task Indianapolis Ind Oct 5WJ111am enmnga Bryan will make the most marKable speaking tour beginning tober 12 and ending October 20 at was ever accomplished in Indl- a In those eight days he will make total of fiftytwo speeches and he ill then go to West Virginia and re rn October 24 and In two days tike thirteen speechei or a total of xtytive in ten days The demana r him has baen overwhelming and- e State Central Committee has ar aged the speeches so an to accow modate the greatest number of people ossible He will be accompanied by cal speakers who will terrain to ado ess the crowds after Mr Bryan hast Special trains are to be run to all the places where set speeches are to be made and enormous crowds re expected All For Roosevelt ll Indianapolis Oct tiThe biennial Convention of the National Republican league of the United States opened rjtoday at the Merman House with thirtyfive States and Territories represented by delegations Accord ing to its president Hampton Moore tthe league represents 2000 000 mem Fibers organized into 7000 Republican clubs f1 There were 150 delegates present when the convention opened On ijthe stage were Murat Halstead of Ohio Gen James S Olarkson of Iowa D D Wooduinnsee of Ohio A B Humphrey of New York Uapt W E English of Indianapolis and other distinguished visitors Escorted oy several hundred members of jthe local Reception Committee the Ijelegatea marched frcm the hotel to the hall Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To hind Out Fill A bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hour a It sediment or set Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid neys If It your linen it Ila evidence of kid ney trouble i too desire to pass It or pain In r = the back Is also Convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order JO What to Do sompftenI Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain In the ItItack kidneys liver bladder and every part S1ef the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingIht rwlne or beer and overcomes that unpleasant 1 a necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times I during the night The mild and the extra t ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon I realized It stands the highest for its won I derful cures of the most distressing cases E If you need a medicine you should have the I best Sold by druggists In50candl sizes I You may have a sample bottle of thisI II jonderful a book that discovery- nd tells more about both sent absolutely free by mall fling stains frequent ectBinghamton tion reading this generous offer in this paper Dont makp any mistake but remember name Swamp Hoot Dr Kllmurs Swamp Uoot and the address lMnKumtou N Yon every bottln t I Jiching JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body are joints that aro inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition is commonly worse in wet weatherIt lfa long time since vro have Myrutllie i iti troubled with rheumatism slihv was a boy end Hoods Snrsapa rlllu ii I IK only medicine he con lake thatIwillicnabte him to take hli place In tho flcl Miss tea Don Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatism no outward application can Take themI Public Reception New York Oct 5The first public reception of Alton B ParKer Hi nee his nomination for the presidency was tendered him tonight by the Man hattan Club The club house was taxed to its utmost capacity to accommodate the invited guests Judge Parker entered the club soon after 8 oclock accompanied by William F Sheehan WILLIAMS TPEAKS Louisville Ky Oct 0 Congress man John Sharp Williams opened the campaign in Louisville for Democrats to night at meeting which drew u large crowd to the Seventhstreet Armory place it being filled to the doors The meeting was preceded by a long parade ot Democratic clubs of the city carrying Parker banners and Japanese lanterns Williams seech was largely pitched in a key of inten se sarcasm dealing mainly with the record of President Roosevelt the administration and the views of the president as set forth in the latters letter of acceptance AppealI For Funds New York Oct 0 Ucorpe Foster Peabody treasurer of the Democratic national committee today issued an appeal for contributions for the cam paign funds The appeal says There are about 14000000 legal voters in this country and to intolh gntly present the issues of the cam paign and the records of the candidates to these electoral numbers it re quires a very large sum of money The Democratic party has no industrial favorites from whom either by promises or by threats it can draw campaign subscriptions but must rely for the necessary funds upon the patriotic citizens who believe in government by law and nuder theI constitution honestly anti economically administered From all such cit izens I request such contributions as they are able and willing to make II A InquiryI A well known traveling man who visits the drag trade says he has often heard druggist inquire of customres 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 lians Cough Remedy The reason for this is that they know there is no dan ger from it and that it always cures There is not the least danger In giving it and for coughscolds and croup it is unsurpassed For sale by Short R Haynes INGRATITUDE Ingratitude the most popular sin of humanity is forgetfulness of the heart It is thA revelation of the emptiness of pretended loyalty The individual who possesses it finds it the shortest cut to all other vices Ingratitude is a crime more de spicable than revenge which is only returning evil for evil while ingrati tude returns evil for good People who am ungrateful rarely forgive you it you do them a good tarn Their microscopic hearts resent the hnuiil station ot having been helped bv a superior and this rankling feeling filtering through their petty natures often ends in hate and treachery William George Jordan NEW BATTLESHIP Atlanta Ga Oct OGov Joseph M Terrell accompanied by a party of prominent Georgians left at mid night tor Iatb Me where they will1 take part in the launching of the new battleship Georgia next Tuesday The Governments party included Congeressman and Mrs Tate and Miss Stella Tatesistsr ol the Congeressman Miss Tate will christen the new shipI AT OWENSBORO FAIR Many people from Breakenridge county helped to swell the thousands who saw the Elks fair at Owensboro list week In the awards made Wednesday C M Smith of For dsvllle took the blue ribbon in the class tor stallions between two and three years old ETOWN GOES WET Elizabethtown Ky Oct 0 local option election In this town to day resulted in a victory for the ad vocates of licensed saloons by a ma- l jority of twentyseven votes The re sult is as follows For saloons 218 against saloons 101 jr PAYS TRIBUTE Proclamation Issued By The President On Death Postmas ter General ayne The national flag was displayed atI half mast on all public buildings in the United States last Friday and I I the poatoilices and other government I buildings of the country were closed several hours during the day as a fitting tribute to the memory of the late Postmaster General Henry C Payne The following proclamation was issued by President Roosevelt on the death ot Mr Payne To the People of the United States Henry Clay Payne Postmaster Gener al of the United States died in this city at ten minutes past 0 oclock yesterday afternoon Ruins to eminence by hits own efforts successful in his enterprises attaining to positions of high trust in private business energetic and conscientious in his relations with his fellow men of singularly gentl loyal and lovable nature inspired by n large sense of the duties of a true citizen and winning the respect and esteem of nil with whom he associated he was called in the fullness of his powers to discharge the duties of a peculiarly onerous and responsible office in the high councils ot the nation His career is an ex ample for good citizens to follow aul his untimely death is mourned by all The President directs that the sev eral executive departments and their dependencies shall show fitting regard for the tnenory of this distinguished public man that the departments in the city of Washington shall be closed between the hours of 0 oclock w wand 1 oclock p m on the day of the funeral Friday the 7th lUSt and that the national flags shall be displayed at half mast upon all the public build ings throughout the United States from now until the funeral shall take place By direction of the President John Hay Department ot State Washington Oct 5 1004 UNHAPPINESS A HABIT Most unhappy people have become so by gradually forming a habit of unhappiness complaining about the weather finding fault with their food with crowded cars and with disagreeable companions or work A habit of complaining or criti cising or faultfinding or grumbling over trifles a habit of looking for shadows is a most unfortuna e hab it to contract especially in rarly life for after a while the victim be comes a stave All of the impulses become perverted until the tendency to pessimism to cynicism is chronic Success RETURNS FROM WEST Allan Cummings who was torn and reared in and near this city came in Thursday from St Louis He has been in the west for the past two years traveling with a circus part of the time Previous to his visit here two years ago he served six months in the Boer war and wade a trip to England He is a stepson of Jacob Miller WANT HEAVIER GUNS Naval constructors believe that the American battleship is the most de structive war engine afloat but tentative plans are being prepared to make it still more formidable It is proposed to entirely do away with four five six seven eight and thir teeninch guns and have the main battery ccnsist of ten or twelve mob guns so placed that seven of them can be fired broadside These would be the only offensive weapons aside from the torpedo tubes It is aleo proposed to hereafter build nothing but battleships fast armored cruisers nnd torpedoboat destroyers The idea is to construct essentially a fighting navy and do away with protected and unarmoured raiser nnd gunboats except for special service where lightdraft boats are needed for patrol purposes The bureau chiefs are wormng out the general schemes along these lines It is said to have the approval of the President who ij n strong believer in fighting sUips MOVE TO EAST END JC Nolte moved into his handsome new residence on High street last week F D Ferry now occupies the residence in the East End which was vacated by Mr Nulte DR P C MITCHELL DENTIST eOFFICE OVER THE FAIR S Satisfaction assured Professional Prices t 4Sa32sk81 l lrlltili S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS I r i In this presidential campaign wo are hearing much of w iIni and cartoons that charge tho Southern States with tho IIalo1 crime of tramming on the constitutional rights of iitlw ilitcratc Soufhcrhji negro The Brooklyn Times had the New York Press are C8Z pecially indignant over this trampling on tho constitution Q Iwhilh prevails in a few Southern states it never seems to occur to those editors that tho white women of their own states have constitutional hh g that have been trampled on ever since tho constitution was framed There are Equal Rights Associations in all the Northern states Every year the Ugislattii os of these states are petit- ionedI to give women their constitutional rights hut no one siems at all disturbed when the petitions arc refused or e- o passed contemptuously by o Until women are enfranchised in all the states northof Allison and Dixons line tho editors of those states would do s 1well to keep silent on the question of constitutional hts LIIU CAIYKKT OIJKNCHAIX Bowling Green Ky o eertsseo eoaoamoeaarass 8 orilaaaom ooterao- Sw u n H THE HOME OF VINOL To People with Weak Lungs You know that for centuries Cod Liver Oil has been considered the best medicine for throat and lung troubles but its nauseating effect upon the stomach made it impossible for many to take it Nowa days Vinol accomplishes greater results for while it is a Cod Liver Oil prepara tion it is entirely free from oil or grease and therefore it is fast taking the place of oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Respectfully SHORT S HAYNES Druggists A KNOWN REPUTATIONT- he Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well known It stands for the best the most reliable the most gracefully j designed and the lightest running vehicles- It stands for the lowest prices at which really good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for itself The Geo Delker vehicles have made their own reputation I Their buggies made the name not the name the buggies write for new catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky 4 THE GEO DELKER CO IA CORPORATION Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or richblack Use The great rule of health I Keep the bowels regular And the great medicine JOAyerCoAyCr I BUCKINGHAMS DYE rum eta or Diuocim OR Bol uiu t co nijinu w u Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public rI can survey your Lands write your Deeds nnd take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address mo at I Hardinsburg Ky I IR i PLATES AND FILMS Dovciopod and Finished for the trade High Quality Work Mail Orders Specialized U l j W B Oelze i JllC Cloverport Ky J ptp + tDoYouWant j Your watch made new t t jt IteopisIi paiied or sets put your +j ring with broken parts rc C paired and made to tit t fii iiIf 1 You Want1 tiny kind of jewelry whatever k Ii repaired and made now W 1 1eor1W to us and wo will doll i it for you T M You Will WantM 1 rr to buy some of our tine jew elry when you see the ox 2 client line we are carrying i TiC LEWIS SON Hardinsburg Ky +++++++++++++++++++++++ LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Fast Mall and Passenger Liue between Louisville and Evas vine- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascont Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p in Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday lO a in Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than b- trail Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415015S 4th st Louisville Ky Ic V WILLIAMS G F and p A WILSON Supt IGEOTroubled with rheumatism 7 Then why not Jo as othors have ilone take Dr Tlmuliurti Liver Dud lilood Syrup and bo curud Buy yourW f cn9o1tel Suppliesj from1 Jno D Babbage J 4 xii 1 T i It L= O c k 1 a io TT TTTTTT T JT I IT j The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY October 12 1004 c IRVINGTON typhoidafever MrsLetitlaMcUlothlan is home from trip to Louisville A nice line of ladles skirts just reo ceiyed at Mrs McCoys Mrs Pansy Paris spent the past week with Mrs Nannie McGehee Mr and MraParrott of South Car olina left for their home last week Sam Henning of West View was here Sunday calling on one of our fair bellesMr and Mrs Thos Ditto were the guests of F H MoGenees tauiily last weekk Will Fullenwider of Little Bend was here week to see his sister Mrs J E Bramette Hayden Bramlette came home Thursday after a lengthy visit to his uncle and aunt in Meade county Will bo at Hardinsburg Oct 17 for four days and nt Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent 11 ist z Messrs James Biggs and John Gal i loway were elected school trustees at t the late election These are good men in a good place j Mrs Richard Bandy Sr and Mrs Sim Payne went to Garfield Saturday to see Mrs Paynes father Dan Dow I ell who is not well Mr and Mrs John Bandy and daughter arrived Monday morning on the fast train from Indian Ter i ritory to make her many relatives a visitMrs McCoy receives very week new things in millinery in dress skirts and other interesting wearing apparel for women Drop in and see herMiss Vista Davidson of Hopkins villa has secured a music class hare in connection with the one she has at Jolly She will make her head quartern at Biggs Hotel A letter from Mrs Henry Herndon from Hot Springs Ark gives a glowing account of the healing waters of that place Mis Herndon ia gradually recovering from a very stubborn case of the grip Mr Clint Crutcher of Wehsterleft Tuesday with a party for St Louis He goes again Oct 25 This is a splendId chance for anyone with limited time Round trip 81850 Ap ply to Miss L B McGlothlau for patlculars Mrs McCoy is an uptodate mil linery and dressmaker She studies the want of her trade and gets what it wantL Shes a pleasant enthusiastic womun full of energy not afraid of work has a smile and a good word for every body whether they are eus f tomers or not This is why she suc coeds and this is why she deserves to succeed 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 Paracauiph 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 releves pain almost instantly UNION STAR wis in Louisville last iiAMMcClureJ T Basham was in Owensboro Saturday Mrs Naomi Chappell is still Inn serious condition Roscoe Hendry was the guest of Miss Daisy Hall Sunday- MrsSarahfruner is visiting her son H L Bruner of Frymire- H W Bassett antI family of Irving ton hnve waved to this place AyersIdL L Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They t sherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I hart s very tart cough for thre yean Then I tried Ayer Cherry 1ectoral Mjriore IUIIRI were soon healed and my cough dropped away MR VEAHL nron Onthrlo Centre la 21IeOc1109 J C ATKItCO All IxnTfll Mull drtllltIUforr Old Coughs Ono Ayors Pill at bedtlmo Insures a natural action next morning L DOLLAR HUMOR CURE FromPimplesto From Infancy to Age To those who have suffered long and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood Skin and Scalp and who have lost faith in doctors medicines and all things human CUTJCURA Soap Ointment and Pills appeal with a force hardly to be realized Every hope every expectation awakened by them has been more than fulfilled More great cures are daily made by them than by alj other Skin Remedies combined a single set costing but one dollar being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases of torturing disfiguring humors eczemas rashes itchings and inflammations of tho skin and scalp with loss of hair when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutlcur Sotp 23c Olnt mt roe Iteiolretit Vc In form of Chocolate Lted1 alrSe per vial of Wl prpole London r ClI her hoUK y I Iirii 4 Rue de II 1tls I Iloiton lOfcCoStnii eve Poller IJrug 4 Chem Corp Sole Prop Of Send for AV About the Skin and Scalp S H Dlx and family Mere the guests of P D Hawkins Sunday Several here attended the teachers association at Stephensport Saturday Miss Daisy Hall was the guest ofI Mrs Ulovor Frymire at Frymire TuesdayMr Mrs Chas Payne and son were the guests of relatives in Lodi burg Sundry Mr and Mrs W L Milner J W Hall and M S Jolly attended the Alex Hendry sale at Raymond Thurs dayMrs Leah Pate of Bewleyville and Mrs Wm Jolly of Sample were quests of Mrs C M McUlothlan one day last week PATESVILLE Ed Gabbert is on the sick list A V Day was in Deanfield Sunday Cloys BowJds of Cloverport was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Harmon spent Sunday at HaynesvilleMr Port Marlowe were in Jloverport FridarS Laslie wife and children spent Sunday in Cloverport Miss Chappelof Weber spent Sunday Pith Miss Lucy Corley Messrs Marvin and Tarvin Baker were in Cloverport Saturday Rev Galloway will be pastor of the- ME church South the coming year Clifton Corley was in Cluverport iaturdy the guest of Miss Nina Wilu irson Miss Minnie Marlowe of Mattingly is visiting Mr and Mrs Port MarI oweW S Reid and son Clint of Tell Olty were in town dnnday the guests relativesMr J H Brown of Weber spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs twos Corley Mr and Mrs Wm Gray returned muday from the Da vi ess county fair at Owensboro Mr ind Mrs E O Gordon spent iuuday with Mr nnd Mrs Geo Pow irsof Goering Mrand Mrs J N Paxton wiirleave soon for Beaver Dam where they will reside in the future Miss Hattie Luwlace of Horse Branch who has been visiting rela ives returned home Sunday Mrs Bell Frymire and little son Randolph are at Horse Branch visit ng her parents Dr and Mrs W L bawlace Mr and Mrs DL Olaru and daughters Emma and Virginia spent Sun lay with Mr and Mrs V N Wnit on of near Fordnville Saturday night Mr and Mrs Amos Corleijwere greatly surprised when aparty jot young ladies and gentlemen tvo had made up the party before laud went in on them to have a sandypulling Twentysix Years AgoinCloverportI From The Breckenridge News of October 2 E 1878 1tf lauN nn a UUan n nU UI Rome fair this week No preaching in town next Sunday This will bo hard on the ncwI bonnets hhts etc lIon J Proctor Knott is an nounced for congrass subject to a Democratic convention should one bo called Dr L N Lightfoct is the Greenback candidate for congress in the second district- Brcckenridgo county has corn enough to bread nil her people and fatten all their hogs Messrs Withers and Rhodes shipped last Sunday fifty fine hogs averaging 300 pounds gross Cards arc out for the marriage of Mr Alex W Tones to Miss Mollie Ruth Tucker of Louisville Oct 3- Five down with the chills at Mr Satterfields Mr J B Satterficld of Caldwell county in the number Louisville conference M E church South will meet at Cadiz Oct 3 Bishop Geo F Pierce will prcsidcIThe young people of Clovcrport when they will can make its good church music as can bo found in any town in Kentucky A large crowd of pretty girls and nice boys from Holts Bottom wore at the Methodist church the fourth Sunday Rev A J Miller preached the funeral of the late lamented Lewis Moorman Sunday Sept 22 at 11 oclock to a largo audience The bodies of 0 B Davis and Geo W Keatling wore found hanging on a tree near Deadwood Sept IS They were noted horso thieves It used to be that the small boy wafted on the gentle breezes from S to 10 p 111 the sweet bye Sand bye now its shackshacka roller and all in Two of the happiest young men wo know of are Jim Robards and Jim Withers This willnil be ex plained about the 9th and 10th of October The matrimonial business prom ises to be good this month and wo advise Mr Jolly to lay in a good stock of hlanKso if she would only say yes The apple crop is almost air entire failurcin this county Wo have not seen an orchard or even a tree fullof good npplcs this fall A jreat many trees in the orchards sicems to be hanging full of dry rotten fruit as if some disease in them prevented their maturity This is October and but little if my wheat sown in Breckenridge or surrounding counties There is no preparation being made in consequence of tho dry weather Clovcrport wants a turnpike oad from Main street straight out to the Falls of Rough creek and she wants somebody to build it for nee Such a road would nearly MYSTIC FranK Macy has returned from Fay tteville W Va Frank and Bnrrell Maoy went to loverport Sunday Mr and Mrs Proctor Beaucham p visited at Lodibnrg Sunday Carl Payne and Forrest Beauohamp vent tp Hardinsbnrg Monday Miss Zula McKaughan of Stephens port visited Miss Maggie Cushmun undayq1 P Miss Noa Harrison attended the eaohers association at Stephensport last Saturday- B H Beaucbamp wda in Stephens port Satnrdy and attended the teach ers association Miss Lena Harris of near West Joint is expected to visit Miss Nora Harrison this week Ii 4j double the business of this place and open up a connection between this place and the railroad Then in low water or in times of ice we could get out nnd other people get in to us- Mrs Mary Wilson daughter of Beard and Elizabeth Storrott died uat her fathers residence in Han cock county Sunday Sept 22 at 3 oclock PERSONAL Mrs Lou Duncan is visiting friends in Hardinsburg Mrs Anna Duncan has gone to visit her uncle at Millersburg lad Mrs Mattie Lalleist is visiting friends at lIardinsburg Elijah Boardcircuit clerk Morris Eskridge Esq attorney Virgil Babbago Esq master con missioner Hardinsburg wore in town Friday Misses Amanda and Jennie Dean of Rojk Lick were visiting in town last week A A Lalleist lord Arad Simons have associated themselves together in business and will open a store and tin shop at Lewisport Ky These are two of our most moral nnd worthy young wren and we hope the people of Lewisport and vicinity will give them a good trade A local option election is adver I tised in this issue to be held Nov 5 1878 in Hardinsburg Clover port Hudsonvillc Clifton Mills Union Star and districts J H DoHnvon was Sheriff and G P Jolty was county clerk Dr J II W Frank of Mt Pisgah fame was the only contributor to the NEWS of this issue Ho was writing on caucusses vs conventions Ho says caucusses are the assemblage of the office seekers generally tho people taking little or no part or interest in them I would like toI know when one of your county caucus candidates carried out any principle advocated any reform or corrected any error of the past Aye they will talk of economy but never exercise it Ho cells attention to the abuses now ripe in our statesalaries raised to enor mous prices in war times yet still standing judges and prosecuting attorneys paid for services never rendered our representatives voting themselves all the per quisites they can spending their time at Frankfort in buncomb speeches reforn is not known good men will not trick for the nomination A man totally un worthy tricks and gets the nom ination yet the cry is go for the party stand for the party rogue or no rogue The doctor was pleading for the people as against party and after these twentylive years there is not much improvement along these lines It is still stand by your party right or wrong There was a meeting at J M Bash ams store Saturday evening to con elder a new telephone line Mr and Mrs Ed Robertson went to Raymond last week to Bee Mrs Frank Hall who is quite sick W H Benuohamp of Sample and Dan Miller of Lodiburg are in Grutcherfl party to the worlds fair this week PECULIAR SUITE A Soaper of Breckeuridge county has filed a suit at Hardinsburg against James Holder who lives near Midway in Hancock county for 700 alleged to be due for the care and maintenance of Holders infant child Vera Soaper is the father of Holders former wife and from whom he was divorced C JTORIELYou Hava Always Bough searlthect 111 r PRESIDENT IOFI lTHERE IS NO I I W W JYAsIiiUnN i j I PRESIDENT LOUISIANA COMMERCIAL CLUB lr Jl Suffered With Kidney and Liver Trouble for Twelve Years Peruna Cured Him Feels Better Than for Twenty Years lion William Watson Washburn President of the Louisiana Commercial Club and a very well known man of Now Orleans La writes from 637 Canal streete411 am satisfied that there is not a finer medicine placed before tho public today than Peruna I have been troubled for nearly twelve years with kidney and liver trouble and at times I havo boon a protty sick man unable to attend to my duties I had about made up my mind that no medicine could help me when ono of your booklets was brought to my office which I read in a leisure hour I then decided to give Peruna a trial and found that I had at last secured the BEWLEYVILLE We hear there is to be millinery work done in our town This scribe spent Saturday visiting the new preacher Rev Hynes Mrand Mrs Charles Drury spent Sunday with Mr and MrsWAStith John Cox had all his children and grandchildren etc to eat birth din ner with him Saturday Oct 1 Mrs Thos P Hardaway went to Vine Grove Saturday to consult the homeopathic doctor nt that place Whenever anything enterprizing takes place in our town the News ie on hands and we are all glad to see himWill be at Hardinsburg Oct17 for four days and nt Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent istBrandenburg will not be herself without Mrs Grinnell but we all hope she maybave a happy prosperous life wherever she goes George Drury Fletcher and Over ton Blanford Pierce Hardaway and Z T Stith went to Vine Grove Sat urday to take degrees in Masonry Miss Ida Davis who has been the guest ot Miss Blanche Jolly the past three weeks has returned to her home at Hnnnewell Mo Miss Davis is a tine girl and leaves a host of friends who fully appreciate her lovable disposition Goldenrod H DeH Moorman of Hardinnburg was here Thursday en route to the Owensboro fair Read This Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr BAY Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I am 08 years of age and have suffer ed 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble nnd Since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twentyfive gravel I feel that I am almost cured and eon cheerfully recoinmenf you to the puolicYours very truly H C Thomas 520 Thinjl ave A TEXAT WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the tfldnevs and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr EW Hall sole manufacturer POHox G29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists r right medicine for me For two month I used it faithfully and then felt so wolf J1 was like a young man onco more This was over a year ago and I had any trouble since Although more1 in the seventies I feel bettor and active than I did thirty years ago W W Washburn 11 Iidueis I catarrh remedy This explain I why it is that Poruna cures a groat number of kidney diseases in which the usual remedies fall It you do not receive prompt and satis factory results from the uso of Pornna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving ft full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to glvo you his valuable ad vice gratis i Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus a e TARFORK Mode Baum attended the fair at OwensboroNat has boon very indisposed for some time L C Taul went to the Owensboro LJ1lIssaunt Mrs L C Taul Miss Maxie Jackson was the guest of Miss Minnie Marlow Saturday fNewbyf This scribe will in the near future j make a visit to Owensboro and WbitesviHe tor n few weeks Mr and Mrs Ed Hook accotnpan led his sister mlaw Mrs Thurman Hook to her home at Cloverport Fri dayMrs Nannie Mason and Mrs Oar ret of near PI gab visited Rev C L Guff and family Saturday and Sunday 0 a Mrs P H Keenan accompanied toCloverporttne Owensboro fair lUr Howard was called Wednesday to see little Jennie and Lewis Chancellor fit who have been sick but are onrthe wav to recovery now rr- T t H Chancellor is preparing to erect a storehouse opposite Cave Spring church which is only a short distance from Tauls sture Mr and Airs Port Marlowof Pates yule visited his father last week They returned home Sunday accom panied by Miss Minnie Marlow m m rlt rltrlr JI CI uSnt J WW t l DENTISThaJ X XWILL1 BE AT ii- IJ j SBIJ ij i Hardinsburg mj mmThe third Nonday in every 1 mmonthi for four dos W cliiy WILL BE AT bi I1 99Irvingtonm Friday and Saturday of same I l t kife- I 1 1wleI J I = w- if 17 f 1p Will be prepared to do I 1 1 H IiIikindsi dentistry of upto date allmIJ 1 E WQC 9 l16- v a f t- J