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IITIlE BRECKENRIDG NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT j jVO XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1904 8 Pages NO 14 l 11- t 1i 1DECISIONSi OF CIRCUIT COURT t k i IN MOST IMPORTANT CASES I Hardinsburg Ky Oct 18tipe 1ciahThe following persons are the petit jurors for this term Wm Can l onHubert DeJernette JF Meador k VW Brown George Lewis A M Hardin Sam Parsons J W Frymie Robt Norton John Comer Eli Pile Jonas Lyons Jonn RSpencer George Gilbert Wm Hall Frans Claycorab Lon Rhodes George Compton W E Board Cal Hendrick Bone Pate H L Stader Hawkins Smith and Joe Lyons Tae defendants in the prosecution 3ornlth of Ky vs L E Pkt Co I for violating the local option law filed I a demurrer which was overruled t1and1 i the Comlth not being ready for trial the sime was continued Sam Whitworth was convicted of assault with intent to roo and given I ninety days in jail and a 100 tine chargeIi weapI on and was sentenced to a term of J ten days in jail hnd to pay a fine oft l 25 The jail sentence was suspended 1n order that the Governor might be petitioned fcr a pardonl Comlth of Ky vs Deck Smallwood 1 1continuedi Eugene Lee was fined ISO for violating the local option law and he being unable to pay the same he was committed to jail On Saturday Joe Lyons and H L 1 Stader was excused from further ser vice at this term as petit jurors The jury in the prosecution against Lafe Hartley for petit larceny returned a verdict of not goil ty The grand jury returned 47 indict c ment a larger number than is usu ally found Among the visiting attorneys who attended court this term are Col Bennett H Young Maj Lane and Robt E Woods of Louisville R N Miller Geo W Jolly and Jas R Skillman of Owensboro J H L TUrnham of Leitchfield and V G Babbage of Cloverport- R B Tnttle vs R M Jolly etc The dtfendants tiled a demurrer to i the petition which was overruled Lucia A Beard etc vs John C Miller On motion of defendant this action was continued and at his r cost j J W Craig was granted a divorce from Hester Craig Sarah E Bates etc vs James DeJarnette This action was contin ued and an tlias summons ordered Nichols Shepherd fe Co vs George HARDINSBURG Mis Lillie Scott is visiting Miss Tida Mercer William Beard in building an ad dition to his residence Abe Meador Is able to be out again tter a severe attack of Ilinens Mr and Mrs U V Robertson were s ln Louisville a few days of last week j Miss Louise Moorman of Glendeane vislttng Tn and MrsD R Mur L Lis1 rayMiss Jennie Green of Falls of iiRougt is the guest of Mr and Mrs 8t Morris H Beard Misses Lena and Virginia Hensley have returned home from a visit to the Worlds Fair I Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile and Miss Eliza Pile are attending the Worlds i F air at St Louis this week Will bout Hnrdinsburg Oct 17 for four days and at Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent it Attorneys James Lewis and Morgan Richardson of Brandenburg were here attending court the first of the 1 weekW S Ball the Master of Brecken ridge Lodge No 07 is in Louisville attending the Grand Lodge of Ken Rev J H Lonnin is in Louis tUCleYf this week as the representative Council to the Grand Council of Kentucky The Rev G Sr King the new pastor or the M T2 church South preached his first sermons Sunday 1 to large dud appreciative congrega tions You on the new Masonic building is progressing the end of the weeK nlcelYfBeforewill be ut work and expect to put up the walls by the end ot this 3 month b Subscribe for the NEWSe Butler This action was setled by the parties and on motion of the plain tiff was dismissed Mattie Still vs Blanford Still On motion of the plaintiff this action was dismissed without prejudice Mariah Goodmans Admr vs Thomas Duncan etc On motion of the plaintiff this cause was continu ed and alias summons was awarded and the defendants giveu 80 days within which to answer Thomas Sweeney eto vs James Mason etc This action was con tinued and alais summons aworaed Charles Miller vs Frank Hook On motion of the plaintiff this action was dismissed without prejudice- E A Soaper vs James Holder The defendant filed a demurrer to the pe tition which was overruled to which the defendant excepted and prayed an appeal to the court of appeals which was grouted O F Kasey was granted an abso lute divorce from Annie Kasey Joseph Ray was granted an abso lute divorce from Susan Emma Ray Henry Overton vs Rosa Overton A judgment was odered cancelling the deed made by Henry Overton to Rosa Overton and quieting the title to the land in Henry Overton In the case of Lafe Green vs Chas Fentress the county surveyor Henry Jolly was ordered to go upon the lands in controversy and make a survey of the same and report at the next term of this court Claude Mercer was appointed an examiner for Breckenridge county W N Burch was granted an abso lute divorce from Tabitha Burch Judgment was granted in the case of M Eskridge etc vs Forrest Light foot etc to sell the building and lot of the BrecKonridge Normal College situated in Hardinsbnrc ou Alain streetIn the case of H M Fonatine vs Julie Hanks the jury returned a ver ak t in favor of the plaintiff for the sum of 125 The controversy vas concerning the amount duo an rental for the plaintiffs farm The case of Walter L McGeheeH Admr VB The L H St L Ry Co was dismissed settled This was a snit for damages for the killing of a small negro boy at JrvSntgn by the defendants train Junius A Fote was granted an ab solute divoro e from L na Foote The defendant was given the custody of their child which is about four years of age I IPICKED UP Chas A Tinins has bought up to this time about 10000 barrels of ap ples at 65 cents to 80 cents for the till of the barrel All these apples go South It is the only market now for Kentucky apples Mr Tinius says is- is a tine crop especially where orchards wero well sprayed He says there are ia the neighborhood of 5000 barrels on the Rhodelia fiats yet unsold The farmers refuse to take the price and want 1 It developed in the court last week Col Murray springing the question that older is an intoxicating beverage and that the Court of Appeals has so ruled So cider dealers in local option districts had better be clrefnl All the indictments found at the last term of court were thrown out at this term for the reason that the clerk failed to enter them on record Mr John P Haswell Sr will be seventy years old next Monday Oct 24 Mr Haswell is another old land mark of Hardincburg full ot years and full of Honors He has been a citizeni of that town for fiftytour years actively engaged in business and is still a hard worker and stIll in the same business house in which he opened up over fifty years ago A splendid record IS his a life worK which any of ns should be proud of Mr Haswells first vote for president was for Fillmore and Johnson in 1850 J B Dutaohke J W Claycomb Finley and Harry Norton ot Webster wore inI Louisville last weeK eellilng hogs They struck a 550 market The business interests of Stephens port we are glad to say are look ing up Tne old town Is coming ont of her kinks and getting out of her sluggishness Since the new bank tins start d thore and the old mill put on a new dress of machinery business Subscribefor tho NEWS EARLY MORNING Marriage Of Mr I B Richardson And Miss Lottie Compton Two Other Weddings A pretty but quiet church wedding was that of Mr I B RIchardson to Miss Lottie Compton at Garfield Monday morning The ceremony was performed at the Baptist church by Rev K B English at 7 oclock Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Richardson left for this city At 10 83 oclock they took the Expo sition Limited train for at Louis fur a trip to the fair They wll re turn by the way of Chicago and Cincinnati to Uarfleld where they will reside The bride and groom are well Known young people and of prominent families in their section of the county The groom is engaged in the mer cantile business at Garfield with his father Mr A A Richardson while the bride is the daughter of M P Compton a prosperous farmer of that section PAYNEMOORMAN The wedding of Mr PR Payne and Miss Irene Moorman is announced to take place in the Baptist cnnrcn at Harned ou Tuesday October 25 at 11 oclooK in the morning The many friends of the contracting parties are cordiallainvited to witness the cere mony Miss Moorman and Mr Payne are of two of the countys most promi nent families MARRIED SUNDAY Mr Lonnie Tanl and Miss Rena Duncan wellknown young people of Tarfork neighborhood were married Sunday The groom is a son of W B Taul while the bride is a daughter of Mrs Mira Duncan has increased wonderfully And now she is to have a firstclass sawmill and barrel factory to be run by that veteran saw millman R M Smith who will remove his entire plant to that town and run it to Its full ca pacity This will be quite an addition to the business interests of Stephens portRod Foote tells us that he hay a flock of 75 yellow bronze turkeys and that he has to Keep them guarded tiny and night to Keep thieves trom stoahug them He started out with 125 and they disappeared so fast that he put a man in the field with them Bellview Farm is the name of John Frakes place near Irvingtoii Mr Frakes is making a handsome place of Iit doing lots of hard work which shows for Itself Mighty few getter farmers in this country than John FrakesBob McGlothlan is building H new addition to his home in lrvington It is a beautiful place well kept and nicely located Charlie Claycomb has just built a new home on his place near Webster It shows up nicely from the railroad Uncle Billy Withers one of the old landmarks of Hardinsburg will be seventysix years old next month He came to this count In 1854 and has been a very active hard worKing far mer all his life In his palmy days no man in the county could beat him raising corn and tobacco He pitched his crop early was the first man to plant corn and to set tobacco and he always had good crops of both A splendid good citizen honest and upright kindnearted and hospitable and at his home the latchstring is al ways on the outside to his friends He is not as strong and active as he used to be but ho is still hale and hearty tor a man of his years He comes to court enjors the proceedings and meets his friends and loves to talk about the old times He has been a lifelong Democratcastlng his vote for Buchanan for President in 1850 His name has been on our list for twentyseven years and he renewed his subscription last week for the twentyeignth year With all our faults and short comings he has stood oy us like the good man that he is May he live to round out his century and its more than probable that he will as his uncle lived to be nearly a hundred CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend thanks to the many friends and neighbors who assisted ns in the illness of our wife and mother Jno T Patterson C W Patterson Subscribe for the NEWS CHRISTIAN LIFE Of Mrs J T Patterson Ended On Last Thursday By Death Af ter A Long Illness Mrs Margaret Ann Patterson wits of John T Patterson died last Thursday evening at 710 oclock of heart trouble after a lung illness She was serlouslj ill only a few days be fore death came Mrs Patterson was born in Harrison county Ind about 1830 She was formerly a Miss Williar and is surviv ed by several brothers who reside In Harrison county On December 21 1857 she was married to John T Patterson who lived at Rome Ind but came from Butler Pnn Mr and Mrs Patteson resided at Rome until 1883 when they came to this city to make their home Two children were born to the union one Chas Patteson survivingMrs was a consistent andI devoted member of the Baptist church for nearlv fifty years having united with the church while on a visit to Baltimore While her health permitted she was a church worker and a very charitable woman The funeral was conducted from the family residence at 4 uclock Fri day afternoon Rev P L King officiating The interment was at the city cemetery M F BROWN WAS HERE Captain Millard F Brown re turned Friday to Cairo III after a weeks business trip hero and at Tob insport Ind Mr Brown was born ana reared near Tobinsport but has spent most of his time at Cairo where he is now employed as a carpenter by the Paducah Towboat company He ia worth several thousand dollars and could live comfortably for the rest ot his life as he is advanced in years but prefers to remain at his trade of ship carpenter Mr Brown lived here last year on a shantyboat until December when he went to Cairo An account of his eccentric life and his pet spider lfrnnkwas given in the News about that tIme Frank has since died and the old gentleman seems very much grieved over his loss He used to pet and play with Frank as you or I would a pet cat or dog A TEXAS READER- E W Jared writing from Calvert Texas says You will find enclosed one dollar to renew my subscription to the News The News is quite a welcome visitor at mv home I was born near Har dlnsburg Ky and came to Texas in 1888 I was married in 18U1 and have four chllJre n For the past four years 1 have been employed as head engineer at the Calvert Water Ice and Electric Light plant Texas is a fine State Land is cheap as a rule and you can get mos t any kind of land you may want FAMILY REUNION- All the children of Mrs Frances Sawyer are in the city to have a fam ily reunion Mrs A M Heston arriv ed from Hardinsburg last Wednesday Mrs S D Lloyd from Columbus 0 Thursday and Mrs E J Moredock from Louisville Friday All the other children of Mrs Sawyer reside here except Chas Sawyer who arrived here October 0- DESERVEDLY PRAISED- Dr Ben L Bruner of Hart county candidate for congress in this the Fourth district spoke at several points in the county last week Dr Bruner is a charming speakera splendid mix er and a high class gentleman He IB making a winning campaign and has a fighting chance to winHarttord Republican GO TO CALIFORNIA- Mrs Barbara Riedel Miss Rosa Riedel and Fred Riedel of Holt left Saturday for Los Angeles Cal where they will reside They spend a week with Ed Riedel at St Louis while en route The Riedel farm at Holt will remain under tne management of Chas Riedel STORE CLOSED The store ol F Frnizo was closed part of the afternoon Friday out of respect to Chas Patterson head clerk in the grocery department whbfiB mother Mrs Jno Patterson died Thursday the funeral being held Fri day afternoonEMBRY TO SPEAK- W Reid Embry will speak at Har dinsburg on November 7 in tho inter est ot Parker and Davis Subscribe for the NEWS CASH FOR DEAD Patients At Asylum Drawn By Supt Board Charges Lackey Dr Lackey Is Sued t Thbre have been a few developments in the Hopkinsvllle asylum affair since the account of the wholesale dictments returned by the grand inII was printed on another page Dr Lackey in a public statement made Friday charged Superintendent Milton Board with keeping a pa tient at the asylum on the roll for two months and drawing cash from the State Auditor for patients who are not the re He also charged that favoritism is shown to relatives and friends of officials Dr Lackey when askd as to the charges brought against him by Dr Board denied A- Very charge and said he would bring a suit for damages against thelatter On Saturday Dr Lackey was made defendant in a 10000 suit filed by Mrs Mary CBourlandof Madisonville for her son Spiegal Bonrland Mrs Eonrland charges that Dr Lackey cruelly beat her so- nNARROW ESCAPE Joe Morrison had a narrow escape from a terrible death Saturdaymorn ing while working over a scalding vat at the canning factory While ad justing a hock to a crate or tomatoes to lower them into the vathis hold lipped and part of hisbody was precipitated over the sides of the vat He put one of his hands into the water and placed it on the crate in order to regain his balance The member was badly scalded but he succeeded in saeing his body from liall ing into the va- tEXCELLENT WORK Dr R P Keene representing Taylor Keene Taylor the Owensboro dentists returned Saturday to Owens boro attar spending a week here Dr Keene did some excellent dental work while in the city His work is all tint class and has given general sat isfaction It was ins first trip and all persons who want dental work done will be looking forward to his next trip He can be found at Dr Lignt foots oilice one week ont of each month FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs A B Skillman celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding on Tuesday October 11 Mr Skillman is seventytwo years of age and Mrs Skillman sixtynine Mrs Skillman is cashier of the Brecken ridge Bank and has been cince 1872 when it was organized GO TO WORLDS FAIR Mr and Mrs L T Reid anl Misses Fanny Ella and Jane Smith of Cloverport RSOwen Mrs J D Owen and Misses Georgia and Sallie Robertson ot Glendeane Lon GlasscocK and wife and To Glasscock wife and two children of McDaniels Miss Emma Kroush and Ernest Stabluian of Union Star N Hicks and daughter Miss Nannie John Shumate and sister Miss Ola MissI Ina McCoy Phelps Walker Fred Edelen Lum Craycroft Jr J D Cn ycroft and J E Jordon of Meade county left Tuesday for the St Louis fair TOWN IMPROVEMENTS Work was tegun on the new Mason ic building Monday- A dwelling house is being erectea by Gregory Cn at their lumber yards for their teamster John Fisher colored BRYAN TO SPEAK William Jennings Bryan will speak at Phoenix Hill Park Louisville on next Thursday nightin the interest of Parker and Davi- sYOUNG CHILD DIES A young child cf Mr and Mrs Chas Norton who reside on th e schoolhouse bill died and was buried last week 7 t BIRTHSito 7 Mr and Mrs Garfield Allen Big Spring boy Mr and Mrs Nathan Board Big Spring boy Mr and Mrs Fred May Jr city Oct 14 boy Mr ana Mrs D C Benton Louis ville girl Subscribe for the NEWS HEALTH theMost Important RoyalBaking experienceEvery cake raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect prod uct in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two important t things to all housekeepers l First that Royal Baking Powder Is healthful and makes wholesome food Second that Royal Bak Ing Powder makes food good to ta- steROYAL POWDER ABSOLUTELYPURE KELP OF BANKS Will Be Extended To Tobacco Growers Who Are Striving For Better Prices Lonisvillle Oct 15 The movement of the dark tobacco growers to hold their tobacco for better prices and to combine for the purpose of forcing the market upward has received an impetus which will go very far to ward bringing about 11 realization of this hope A meeting of the bankers of the section embraced in the Clarks ville district has been held at which it was agreed to advance money to the farmers on tobacco stored In wares houses at current rates of interest- A committee of the farmers has accepted the otter of the bankers and the plan that has been so laboriously wrought out will prove a success aft er all For some time the farmers have been rattier hopeless on account of various things one of which was the apparent closer combination of the dealers to prevent the planter from maKing their combination successful The tobacco will be prized and ware housed as soon as it can be done with safety and the growers will then be in v position to await the coming of he tobacco men to them The com mittee will see that there is no rush of sales and no more tobacco will be pat on the market than Is demanded by the trade 10 TO 3 ON ROOSEVELT Prom Now York Sun Oct 15 The odds in Wall Street changed to 10 to 3 on Roosevelt yesterday Several large sums were put up at odds of 10 to 3Vj2 Bunnell Buchanan bet 25 000 to 8750 on Roosevelt Of thIs 231100 was bet with Williamson Squire Bnnnell Buchanan also placed 600 to 2000 on Parker with Sam Wood They made one small bet of 210 to t300 on Higgins Last night they were offering 10000 to 4000 on Roosevelt and J350 to SI 000 on Parker James Breen bet 1000 to 800 on Roosevelt Another bet of 325 to 1000 on Parker was placed with Foster te Lounsbery T A McIntyre Co bet 1000 to 300 on Roosevelt IS TRAVELING AGENT Miss Carrie Tucker has the position of traveling agent for the Extract Supply Co of Louisville perfumes toilet requisites and proprietary prepIIarations being included in her line Her territory embraces all Kentucky towns between Louisville and Evansville She is canvassing the city this week but will go out on the road next week Subscribe for tho NEWS 1 J r4 i w i r rw Hm I Twentysix Years AgoinCloverport From The Breckenridge News of October 23 1878 I A most disastrous fire visited our town on the morning of the 20th inst The wagon factory aud blacksmith I shop of MrJ L Miller the ehlugle spoke and stave factory and cooper shop ot Archie Granam Co the wagon woodwork shop of Woods Meyers and the coopering establish ment of J W Steele were all destroyed entailing a loss upon the parties respectively viz J L Miller 1600 Archie Graham Co 14000 Wood I Meyers 700 and J W Steele 300 None of the property was insured A big white frost Saturday night Give us some public wells and cis terns to put out fire The Republicans carry Ohio by aI majority of a little over 3000 A young man in Hardmsburg is on the verge of crying because a girl1I in Cloverport has gone and got marriedThe of Cloverport did valuable service Sunday morning at the tire They disputed every inch of the flames by handing water blankets etcDr Lnke P Blackburn Is becoming stronger every day for the race for Governor The man who beats ht I will grace the gubernatorial chair There have been 301U deaths ot yellow fever in New Orleans andt 11720 cases to Oct lo Vicksburg Memphis and Qreueda have suffered and are still suffering heavy death rates IIARDINSBURG There will be a strong pull for local option here at the November deotiun Judge Stuart lectured to a crowded house here on last Tuesday night on the subject of temperance Clinton McClarty manager of the clearing house Louisville was in town lust week The town paps will please remember the duck povd in front of Beard Boelers store James E Stone dr V G Babbage and Ernest Haswell werb appointed Examiners for Brenkenndge county during circuit court SAY MARRIAGE LASTS UNTIL DEATH PARTS Chicago Oct 12Aftor prolonged discussions lasting nearly a week th report of the Committee on Marriage and Divorce was presented at the last moment at the closing sessions o the Sixtyfiftn Rock River Coference of the Methodist Epiacopa Church at the Evanston aveue church last night Tne report recommends a long court ship long enough to test the qualit- of love The importance of the permanence of the marriage tie was em phasized as having direct bearing on human development The committe- was unanimous in maintaining marriage was contracted until death doth part The bond was decread t be indissoluble und never to be entered into irreverently or unadvisedly The proper conception of matrimony was declared to be the basis of a puret and anticipatory life as well as the best determent from evil The confer ence voted to join with other churches in an attempt to secure the enactio- of uniform divorce laws in every State Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all cases of Cough Uroup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the tronole It draws out the intiamuia thou heals and soothes anJ cures per manently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving aud life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by All Druggists MR ROOSEVELT ON SOUTHERN COURAGE r New York Sun j To the editor of the Sun Sir If my old time friend hnd fellow Mississ i ppian Jonh S Williams is quoted correctly he said in effect in his recent speech at Louisville Ky that Mr Roosevelt bad cast slurs on South 4 anynsuch but if Williams or any of your readers will j eruse Mr Roose velts Life of Thomas H Benton it will be found therein that he gives the very highest praise to the great and nuble R E Lee once my beloved commander as a Contederate soldi er and gives the very highest testimonial to the courage of the Confed erate Army rr ttia 2 1St AlcDANIELS IWear your old overcoat times are too hard to buy a new one Tobacco is very nearly all cut iin this part of the countyabout half crop Wheat was rather short here and corn will be very scarce by spring Bacon is onskerspielt Our sides ofsa little of that same extract It has not been so scarce for years Many persons have been without for som timeCannon Rhodes Mitchell are winding up their tobacco prizing and are shipping It to New York They say it beats the Louisville market one third Financial matters says tne corres pondent are exceedingly dull and tho outlook is bad and witn short crops the prospect is that a hard year iis before as- Bowmer Hambleton were in their fourth year of the Original Cash System and the result of this system had doubled their sales runningmthe warble shop JF Sulzer Bro were advertising great bargains tor the people G H Kurtz was advertising short horned cattle and nad his herd at the Hardinsburg fair Sawyer Wallac Co of New York were making hberl advances on consignments ot tobacco through their agents P V and H V Duncan dour was quoted on the Louisville marKet at 825 to 050 per btl wheat 85 cents and corn 44 cents per bushel Beef cattle common 150 and 1 choice butcher stock 3 and 8 75 Hogs 250 to 840 Scott Allen was married to Miss Mattle Preston and W W Lewis to Miss Lulie Millett of Owensboro Oelze av Reidel were proprietors ot the Star Holler Mills F L Roff pro prietor of the Cloverport Hotel and Miller Hovlou the livery stable Dr J H W FranK comes back at the editor on concusses and couveu tions nnd makes it lively for him I Again Mr Roosevelt has placed as foremost of the Philippine officials the Hcn LuKe Wright of Memphis theeend of the war between the States was absolutely the most gallant young TennesseefI have seen him in battle at Murfrees boro and elsewhere and I state with out fear of successful contradiction that Luke Wright even as a mere bearsySurely no higher testimonial has ever been given than this of Mr Roosevelt of his opinion of Southern courage 1sewifeais the daughter of Admiral Raphael Confederateosailor was ever braver or more belovea by his comrades- I am grieved if John Sharp Will atfoughtIand died lor his cause did say this of Mr Roosevelt FootenTiehomingo IT Oct 7 HERE IS A PRESCRIPTION FOR DIVORCES Chicago III Oct 13 Here is a prescription guaranteed to cure di vorceIt is presented by one who knows by Mrs Ashley Smith who only Tuesday was divorced from her hus band the promionent West Side club uian and president of the Marvin Smith company This cure is prescribed solely for husbands The formula follows If Never neglect n parting kiss when starting for business This means you and not your wjfe Take your wife to the theater at least once a week When you buy theater tickets tele phone her and give your wife ample time to dressITell your wife at least onco a day that you love her Never compel her to force this confession from you Say I love you of your own free willThats all there is to It follow this I formula and all will be happiness LEAVES DECATUR Horace Scott writes to have his paper changed from Decatur to Centralia III He says he is still traveling for the Standard Oil Co and is making his Headquarters at the latter place GREAT INCREASE In Crime in Louisville Will LeadI To Greatest Revival In His tory Of City The startling increase in crime iin Louisville during the past year iis a topic of conversation and comment throughout the State as WH as in the metropolis The best citizens of that city realize tnat somethin must be done at once to check the lawlessness that exists there and plans for one of the greatest religious mviv als the city has ever known will be perfected at a meeting of tne Louis ville Ministerial Association on No vember 7 The Rev William Wistar Hamilton the brillint young Kentucky preacher in a recent sermon at the McFerran Memorial church Louisvillecompared Louisville to Sodomand said in part IUnchecked saloons Sabbath dese oration dance halls gambling roomy brothels unavenged murders and open defiance of the law have been thrown untilethey are becoming aroused Our citizens are murdered some political party or secret order hushes np the investigation and in forty eight hours we forget the name of the vIctim Our people are beginning to real ize the abounding wickedness They are seeing the awful and certain re tribution upon unjust gain agains wicked rule and the drink curse Woe to him that bull tth a town with blood and establish a city by iniquityHe himself be the victlim o his own wicked rdle and by making it unsafe for others lose his own life by lawlessness How To Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood 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bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sont by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrE W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists e CHANCES FOR DEM IOCRATIC SUCCESS With Combinations Of Bryans 1900 Vote And Doubtful Sta tes Claim Theyll Win LOUISVILLEg The following review of the politi cal situation is sent out from Demo cratic headquarters at Louisvillo It says There are 470 electoral votes and 230 are necessary to a choice It seems certain that Parker and Davis will carry all the states that went for Brian in 1000 and we start with that premise Here is one combination1 that is possible if not probable Bryans vote 1n1000165N-ew York 80 Maryland 8 Indiana15VestNew Jersey 10 Connectlcut6Delaware Total 231 Here is another that will bring vic ittmay appear Bryans vote in 1000155Ne- w York80lIarl-and 8 California 0 8fNew Jersey 10 Indiana 15 Total 241 The next compilation includes a number of Western States that went for Bryan in 1800 and may be won over to the support of Parker and Davis Bryans vote In 1000155N-ew York 80 Maryland 8 South Dakota4Wash-ington 4 Wyoming 3 Nebraska 8 West Virginia5 Indiana15Total theeDemocratic ticket has a royal chance to win if only three of the doubtful States in tne West follow the exam ple of New Jersey and rally to the Democratic standard Bryans vote in 1000 155 New York 30 New Jersey 10 Maryland8Total Necessary to an election 230 The thirty needful votes are to come from the following States in every one of which the Democrats have more than a fighting banco Indiana 15 West Virginia 0 Wisconsin12Nebraska8 Nebraska8SouthWashington 4 Wyoming 3 Total 52 Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attacK of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies tailed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discov ery Our niece who had 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druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph use it as direct ed If it fails to give you relief and do what we claim for it your money will be cheerfully refunded Para camph opens the pores indnjes sweat ing and relieves pain almost instantlyI r I The Dlitafct Stars Speaking roughly we have reason trom the data so far available to believe that the stars of the Milky Way are situated at a distance between 100000000 and 200000000 times the distance from the sun At distances less than this it seems likely that the stars are distributed through space with some approach to uniformity We may state as a general conclusion Indi cated by several methods of making the estimate that nearly all the stars which we can seo with our telescopes are contained within a sphere not like ly to be much moro than 200000000 times the distance of the sun Granting that all tine stars we can see are contained within this limit may there not be any number of stars without the limit which are invisible only because they are too far away to be seen Simon Nowcoinb in Harpers Magazine Too Knur Success Success In literature early In a writ ers career Is often a serious misfor tune writes Julius Chambers in the Plttsburg Dispatch I distinctly recall a conversation with Frank R Stock ton regarding Tile Lady or the Tiger that Illustrates this point Never was I so near starvation since I began to write as after the publication of The Lady or the Tiger said Mr Stockton For nearly two years everything I offered for sale was sent back with the curt explanation that it did not compare with that story The Lady or the Tiger was made a standard by which everything was judged Prior to Its publication I had trouble In sell ing my matter and that very story had been offered to every publisher in New York before It was accepted Women Speaker Women speak best when they retain their seats at table tho very fact that they are standing and facing their au diences having a tendency to give the bravest of women stage fright Wow en orators have the advantage over men In knowing that their attire will have teach to do with keeping the at tention of their audience A pretty wo man In a pretty gown a tan a stuff a Jewel will hold the eyes of the women listeners eves If they do not care much for the speech What to Eat An Alit Retort In the biography of Dr Hawtrey a famous English schoolmaster there Is a description of his unkempt appear ance with a comment which has been greatly quoted It Is said that he was scolding for being late at morning les sons a boy who replied that he had no time to dress But I can dress In time said the doctor Yes replied tho boy but I wash Eaiy IolltlcH When you first entered politics said the young Ulan who Is looking for knowledge did you set out with the determination to win at any cost No answered Senator Sorghum I set out witI the determination to win at as little expense as possible Washington Star- ulstnkes Men Make If It be true that a man who never makes mistakes never makes anything at all It Is equally true that an ora tor who never says an Indiscreet thing may be Confidently reckoned on never to say anything at all worth hearing Loudon World Cnndlil She after accepting him Have you ever loved any other girl He Cer tainly I can bring you half a dozen written testimonials if necessary One of the hardest things to find in this world Is a friend who Isnt hard up at the same time you are Chicago NewsWILL MARRY TODAY Robt M Triplett and Miss Maude Anderson of Bewleyville will be married toda- yACROSS COUNTRYT- he signs of the times point to an enor mous increase of intelligent public interest in health to a new generation with purer stronger blood and therefore more active braver brains ana physically healthy person ever succumbed consumptlon germdisease a weakened system we all have to fight the germs of disease Our blood is often in a fer tile condition fo theJ- rowUt of bacteriathe ofdIseasebecause our stom ach is disordered or our liver is tor pldin either case our blood does not get the proper nourishment A torpid liver means a stagnation of the blood and an accumulation of poisons which furnishes a weak spot for bacteria to enter To enrich the blood and increase the altofoundcalled Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery that would quickly cure the bad symp toms by increasing the red blood corpus richbloodupon thedigestlon and assimilation of food elementsfromlungs stomach and heart on rich red blood and you have surely a healthy body which will throw off the germs of disease which lurk everywhere Get as near natures entirelyfromcontain alcohol is the safest Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery contains neither alcohol nor narcotics C m mCULLEYmONTRACTORiTiiX Louisville Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC j MOORMAN DENTISTOrifice over Oolzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attentloirto FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDlNSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of and adjoining coup ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License t practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank of llardlnsburg Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of- the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery reprt lents the natural juices of digestion AS 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 thy famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening ant strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of Riyenrwood W Vi MTU1 was troubled with tour stomach for twenty rears iforKodol Digests What You Bat Bottleionly trWIePrepared by I O DaWITT CO QHIOAM Sold by all Druggists gNNINNINi NNN NN II I FarmForSale My farm of 120 acres one mile north of Hardinsburg 25 acres in timber rest un der cultivation well watered Good 7 room house tenant house and allnecessary outbuildings Will sell reason able and on easy terms FRED MOORMAN HARDINSBURG KYrroNNN ItINNl1 Ni OH GUS GUS Superintendent Board of the Hop kinsvllle Asylum admits that the commissioners with his approval did give two cows to Senator Richardson 1 for carrying a bill through the General Assembly Oh Gus Gnsll to think that you were worth only two cows both young heifers IlAnd what did the oommtason mean Couldnt they afford to give more of other peoples property than that Fridays Louts j ville Herald ATTENDANCE GROWS Ridgely Cayce Snperintendeijt of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad returned yesterday from St Louis where he spent sever al days attending the Worlds Fair and looking after the Worlds Fair business ot tho road Mr Cayce says that the attendance at the Fair is + rapidly Increasing as the end nears t St1Louill l HAND MASHED- W C Jackson received a badly mash tts ed hand Thursday na the result of ascross tie falling on it Mr Jackson re cently moved to this city from Hawes ville and ltas been employed by Joe Cooper tie timber iqaa of that place MEMBER PETIT JURY Federal cort began its October term the middle of last waek at Louisville Judge Walter Evans presiding Noak Greenwell of Rhodesia this COUltt vas selected as a member of the petit jury i tijh r The Breckenridge News 1 WEDNESDAY October JO 1004 I i1 BREAKS OWN RECORD i t Memphis TennOct12Lou Dil lon worlds champion trotting marehoa broken all workout records for trotting horses by circling the course here i 201 Milliard Saunders her trainer drove the mare She was paced by a run nero Fractional time First grader 30 i p phalf 100 threequarters 129i mile 201J The former workout record 202 was held by Iiou Dillon established t Cleveland September 29 of this vear a No wind shields were used A Judicious Inquiry- A well known traveling man who visits the drug trad says he has often heard dtnggists inquire of oastomrea who asked for a cough medicine J orffor adult and for a they most invariably recommend Chamber Hans 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 leust danger in giving itand for coughs colds and cionp it is unsurpassed For sale by Short HaynesTHEYOUNGOLD MAN Fairmont W Va Oct 12 The second day of the Davis campaign through Maryland and West Virginia has been more intense and satisfactory in this campaign than the first It has alsoa dded to the reputation of MrDavis as a young old man He repeated his record of yesterday with a dozen speeches and added one more for good measure Can You Eat 1 1JB Taylor a prominent merchant f Chriesman Tex says I coup not eat because ot a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope or recovery vanish ed Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kndol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle beneiitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure die gests what you eat and cures Sold by All Druggists THE SQUIRREL LAW The new squirrel law forbidding the killing of squirrels from September 15th to November 15th is giving universal dissatifaction Complaints are coming in from every quarterof the countyand the people as a whole are bitterly oppos ed to it The sportsmen enmasse are loud in their denunciation of the law Wad the farmer who suffers from the depredations of the squirrels upon their corn crops strongly and emphatically denounce the measureHartford Herale MEETS THIS WEEK The Educational Association of the Fourth congressional district meets Fri day and Saturday of this week at Hodgenville La Rue county IOWA TOUR ENDS ft Davenport Ia Oct 12Witba speech at the Turner Operahouse iin this city tonight Senator Fairbanks concluded his tour of the StateHe cam into the city on the Rock Island road during the afternoon and after crossin the river and speaking at Rock Island nighttt meeting If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets They will dq you good For sale by Short Haynes INDIAN CURIOS Mr T W Brown has received lot of specimens of Indian curios from hi son in law Will May The curio- were made by a tribe of Iiulidns who live on the Ilela river in Arizona The curios are of very durable and interesting workmanship and include such things as watch charms made of hair glass baskets and clay match cases WORLDS FAIR PARTY Mr and Mrs G H Casperke Mr and Mrs W C McGehee Mr and Mrs H C Woodson MrsRobert Smith Mrs B J Carrico and Misses Myrtle Moor man Zelma Strother Mattie Hamble ton Nellie Clnrkson and Ruby Yates of Brandenburg were in the city last week en route to the St Louis fair CUMMINGSFRYMIREMr and Miss Pearl Frymire of Chenault Ky both well mown young people were married last Wednesday afternoon TO SPEAK AT ETOWN- Gov J C W Beckham will speak at Elizabethtown on October 24 and the Democrats there are making great pre parations for a big meeting OA STORX ua Bear thethe Kind You Hale Always Bought Sgoature Y41of- f tNEGRO WOMAN DIES Dicey DeHaven wife of Harrison De Haven flied Thrusday morning of con sumption at her home in the East End Paducahewhile his wile remained here Severa womangThe funeral was held Friday morning AMEND ORDINANCE- The city council has amended Ordinance No 10 Sec 19 which prohibits shooting within the city limits except under the river bank when not towards the city The amendment makes it a misdemeanor to discharge fire arms anywhere within the city limits RESIDEs twoschildren trod Miss Leona Hawkins left Thursday morning for Seattle Washington where Mr Hawkins will engage in agricultural pursuits Mr Hawkins is a son of Caleb Hawkins and lived near town KEITHMARTINM- Iss Lula Martin and Alvin M Keith were married yesterday at Custer Breckenridge county by Rev Hoskin son The bride resides near Vertrees and the groom is a resident of Brecken ridge county and is well known here Elizabethtown News Pill Pleasure- If yon ever tool DeWitts Little Earl users for biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleasure is 4 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 stomach liver and bowels Sold by All Druggists NEW RESIDENCE- Wm Perkins is building a residence on the schoolhouse hill for L A Pate Mr Pate formerly resided in the coun try but has moved to town UiesNNNiON11NANNr NN NN NM Very Cheap Rates via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Louisville to 1520 Orleans Jackson Miss 1300 Tickets sold 1520 11New La Vicksburg Miss 1430 October 11 and Round trip 1 ndlnJi low rates to Intermediate points November 15 Good 21 days with stop overs 1400 points In Indian and Oklahoma Territories Tickets sold One 11An points Intermediate Corresponding low undIWay toMlssIsslppI and Louisiana I 1650 l Houston Galveston SanAntonla Ft Worth i Tickets sold One Wnv I Toxns and Intermediate points f Oct 4 and 13 33800 1 Los Angeles San Francisco Cal and Intermed I Tlekets sold One Way i late points f daily to Oct 15 iiOnly ap15 ttLine running through J1 Special Low One Way and Personally Conducted Ex Round trip Rates In effect ticurslon Sleepers Louisville NEWtothe Southwest on Firstto CALIFORNIA MEXICO ARIZONA and and Third Tuesdays in each TEXASmonthBEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK For Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New Orleans Circulars descriptive of Lands in the South und through tickets apply address F W HARLOW D P A iQi pIISSSeSSSSlmQSSSsSSeja OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST Here is The List of Prizes For tbo nearest correct 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was5m686lncreaso of 423 per centNa meolbT2 was 6466165 IIncrease of 1294 percent 1878 W888412133tncreaso of 3010 per centPostofitce1880 wns9209406lncreaso of 947 percent 1884 was 101 49S5Increaso of 907 per cent 1888 wasUSbO860lncrease of 1330 per cent State t 1892 was12 059 S511ncreaseof 596 per cent 1800wasJ99302lncrease of 1545 per cent My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November 1900 wns19959653Increase of 26 per cent 81004 for tho office of Iresldent area 1904 WJVxtwlllltbe- Tlgurei It out or guess at It and send In your subscription t yout figures and P O plainly Dont tall to take advantage of the SPECIALI PRIZES I IIiiiiRemember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 y each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE s BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4sYIi 1 naw- c n I J ItSllrer Plate that Wears THIS TRIPLE PLATED KNIFE U stamped f And has a 1 Round Bolster doing away with all sharp corners on that part hav ingthehardestwear This 1847 ROGERS BROS patented improvement insures much longer wear on plain or fancy knives than the other makes should they be plated equally as heavy Bold by leading dealers everywhere For Illustrated catalogue CLIO address International Sliver Co Meriden Conn FLIRTING IN CHURCH A press dispatch from Chicago says Flirting can be carried on in church to a good advantage according to a statement issued by the Rev M B Williams chairman of the ofyRock River Conference of the Methodist the Episcopal church There is no reason why young per sons should not cultivate each others acquaintance from behind hymn books declared Mr Williams We are glad to have theme ometochurch ou any pretex Flirting is as good an excuse as any Frivolity during religious service he said was to be expected of Americans But that some good was accomplished even under these conditions he declared was indisputable The expectation of seeing a young woman home has brought many a boy to church for the first time he said Amid the lovemaking there is a chan ce for religious influence to steal in A Sister Quarter Will boy a oood many things The best way to spend it is for Paracninph Firet Aid to the Injured You not only get your moneys worth but you get an instant relief for Cold in the Head or Chest and Nasal Catarrh Paracamph takes away that stopped up feeling soothes the inflamed membranes and removes the conges tion MUST GUARD THEM Im going to have my registration certificate frauien and hung in a vanltsaid a voter yesterday lie Just heard of the decision of bjj General N B Hayes who holds the certificate of registration must presented but not surrendered to the election officers on election day Voters must keep the certificates until the next registration is held If they do not tnke this precaution they would not be allowed to vote in the event of a special election Therefore it is necessary that voters guard their certificates before on and after election day on November 8 Wednesdays Louisville Times A Love Letter Would not interest you if voure looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Buc lens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 250 at Short Haynes Drug Store J W THOMAS RAISED The Louisville and Evansville packet J W Thomas which sank near Blue river Oct 5 was raised last Wednesday and taken to Evansville where she will be repiared The Thomas struck part of an old raft which had been sunken for fifteen or twenty years tearing out a section six feet wide and filly feet long near the sheer The water flooded the hold and engine room but Engineer John Thicker with water up to his knees remained at his post and started the pumps Only his presence of tnind in keeping the boilers full prevented an explosion One Of Many H A Tisdale of Summerton S C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been effected by this wonderfnl 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 DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve cures all Kinds of piles cuts burns brumes eczema tetter ringworm skin dis eases etc Sold bv All Druggists MAY SPEAK ONCE- W J Bryan will probably deliver one speech in Kentucky during the cam paign The Democratic campaign com mittee is striving to enlist his services for one or more speeches to be delivered in this state Mr Bryan began his great tour of Indiana last Wednesday From October 26 to 31 he will speak in Illinois I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Insured against loss by RichardsoniiInterest paid on time 11 fi The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized lti1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits fFtStij kH IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on TimeDeposits NN sis Nme Nsi NNsNN N + THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL II Louisville Ky 1II PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr if = = L 77 for Co Ind b The most centrally located only firstclass hotel In the cltylmablng a IrOO raterOnly one block from tbe principal district and two blocks from the theatres ears pass the door to all parts of tho cltvfEverything neat clean1 tI un H n 6 DAN BROOKS CO N I LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 1NN + + + + FRISCO SYSTEM jChicago Eastern Illinois R R 4 SYSTEM Double Daily Trains BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From Street Sialiin Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants Bridge St Louis 930 a m946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini lines diverging Equipment entirely new and modern throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped with practical and approved safety appliances Substantially constructed Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns suits and trousers in high madebyanteed Moderato prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Cannelton and shopping principal Street and LaSalle with V G ABBAG AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks S MucilageI- n full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc 1Isr then use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color of early life restored to your hairIf ffiJTrtsnllRtt 1 ri TI 1 t I N il THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n year or 125 if paid at tho end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the trite of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1904 r REVIEW AXD OUTLOOK Speaking with broad generalizations there arc the following de velopments on the bull side of the business situation The forced liquidation of 1903 is now completed Tho speculative strain on the credit resources of the country is removedThe confidence and courage of the business community are restored The political uncertainties are nearly at an end with the election of President Roosevelt practically assured Crops of money value probably 200000000 in excess of last year have been raised The production of gold the world over continues on an unequal scale with a total of 350000000 probable The labor situation while still one of antagonism between organ ized capital and labpr is in a much less acute state and less a menace to business interests resembling an armed truce between nations But there is one feature of the outlook which continues distinctly unfavorable Prices commodities keep on a high level While Duns index number for Oct 1 is 98304 against 103615 on March 1 this reduction is by no means radical enough and moreover prices now manifest a rising tendency largely owing to the higher cost of meats and garden products Duns index number advanced from 97 842 on Sept 1 to 98394 on Oct 1 and is one full point higher than it was a year ago This is not as it should be Nevertheless it is easily accounted for In part it is attributable to the reduced value of gold owing to its decreased cost and larger production But there are other causes There can be no doubt that the consumptive demand is increasing somewhat more rapidly than the supplies This is a consequence of prosperity which has cultivated more expensive habits of living con verted luxuries into necessities and by concentrating the population- in tho big cities has produced higher rents Wall Street Journal FOOL TALK 10 THE PEOPLE- In a speech in Alabama Congressman Hollin made a bitter attack on Booker T Washington and remarked that if somebody had thrown a bomb under tho table when the educator was seated with President Roosevelt no harm would have been done tho country What a fool remark Mr Ilellin should know this Not all the men in the country have sufficient reasoning power Many of them are foreigners who are not use to liberty and know intelligencatiWhatposition and power an office holder a person presumably of so much importance and wisdom that his words must have weight adv cate VIOLENCE the use of deadly explosive to rid the world of one whO has done the world no wrong but has labored unceasingly to elevate his race 1 If a Congressman can safely advocate assassination even in the heat of anger when words How ia t1 from heedless lips is it fair tc pnt the blame on the thick skulled one vho follows his lead and comi mits a crime i There is no place in America forassassins There is no place iinj the hearts of loyal peopleNorthor Southfor men who advocate bullet or bomb to solve tho problems that confront this country Nor have we reached such a plane of wisdom that it is safe to even suggest how wrongs may be committed There are unwise things done in every campaign There are fools on the stump as well as in the audiences None of them show less evidences of intelligence than this man of bitter thoughts andwords who advocates WRONG because of his hatred for a race Cincinnati Post DAVE HENKY speaks softly and carries a bigstick and is keep ing the peace of Irvington very nicely too TUAT man is unfortunate and ill advised who devotes more time to fighting supposed opposition than he does to the accomplishment of all that is necessary to make him a goodcitizenClarion EVEKYUODY in Denver carried an ax for three days last week The occasion was tho three days festivities of the Woodmen of tho World They were there seven thousand strong and it was the most jubilant of all jubilees MILLIONS of feet of timber are now being shipped from Alabama forfthe construction of the Panama canal Her coal iron cement andother articles are also being drawn on for its construction Mill ions of dollars will be poured into the south from this great enterprise TilE talents of gold silver and brass used in the building of Solo mons temple amounted according to tho best estimates to about 35 000000000 The jewels used are estimated at about the same enor mous figure The vessels of gold are worth about 2500000000 and the vessels of silver 2000000000 The purple vestments of the singers cost nearly 10000000 the trumpets about 1000000 and oth er musical instruments 200000 There wore 10000 men engagedat Lebanon hewing timber there were 70000 bearers of burdens 20 000 hewers of stone and 3300 overseers The cost of the temple with its entire equipment is estimated at 77500000000 As they say on the Pike Hurry hurry hurry if you want to get into our presidential contest There is 10000 in it to the man or woman who guesses thq right number Only three more weeks now to get in BEST hogs on the Louisville market this week are bringing 520 and 525 choice to prime cattle 440 to f75 best sheep 275 to 325 best lambs 5 to 525 There is practically little change com pared to last week DONT forget that there is a very important question to be sub mitted to the voters in this county at tho coming election It is a proposition whether or not stock shall run at largo in this county Stock laws are good things in other counties where they have tried them and wo dont see why it should not be good for Breckenridgo county Down in Hancock county they have the law and it is proving very satisfactory Farmers who opposed the law bitterly at the start now say they would not bo without it It is the progress of civiliza tion tho survival of the fittest Cities and towns have laws against stock running at largo and why not the country districts It is a good law and ought to carry by a largo majoiity A MISSOUUI paper gives to iits readers tho following good advice which will be found as applicable hero as in other towns If you want a larger and better business town go to work to make it so Dont stop to find fault with others Induce them to join tho ranks of the progressive ones When they get busy doing good they will forget to grumble A town will be just what tho people make it and not one whit more All tho kicking we can do wont add a single enter prise but it might driVo some away Pave the streets use more fresh paint Houses will be built as they are needed but quit knock ing and kicking every enterprise in which business men engage Re member tho life of your town is in the keeping of your business men Knockers as a general thing dont labor themselves or give work to laborers If wo will aid each other and push straight aheadall will come that is duo us TIlE Hopkinsvillo Asylum affair bad enough It matters not who is to blame It is the outcome of politics partisan politics of the worstsort The man who is put at the head of a state institution like that should leave his politics at homo and know no man when it comes to the administration of its affairs Dr Board is a strong par tisan He believes to the victor belongs the spoils and ho runs things that way He did it hero at his homo and you couldnt expect any thing bettor of him down at Hopkinsville Ho was as much of a political boss as ever Boss Croker was The man that didnt do his way he cut his head out politically and did it quick too If Dr Lackey had dropped into his Boards way and recognized him as boss which he was there would have been no trouble But Dr Lackey it seems was somewhat of a boss himself and refused to recognize Boss Milt hence the trouble It is very unfortunate for the state for the great Democratic party of Kentucky and more unfortunate for the poor inmates Can we never get above party Turf supply of preachers in the East and Middle West is becom ing serious says the Denver News All over tho world the number of young men who are being educated for the ministry is growing smaller Sonic startling figures nro given In tho eleven Baptist colleges cast of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio there were pre cisely twentysix men studying for the ministry who graduated in the lust senior classes Out of 1200 students in Harvard Yale Columbia and Princeton graduating this year who have indicated their life work only twentyeight of all denominations are reported to en ter the ministry The News goes on to say that while the number of persons entering tho ministry who are graduates is falling off there is no dearth of ministers because tho profession is amply supplied by young men who take short cuts into the pulpit This method it says while receiving the endorsement of somois deplored by the more thoughtful The latter assert that the general intelligence and mental vigor of the age demands the fullest possible eqiipmeht on the part of those who enter the sacred calling The big city churches are encountering serious difficulty in securing suitable men to fill their puipits when they become vacant The demands made upon a pastor of a largo city church in this ago are greater than ever before The work of the church has broadened The number of tho churches has greatly increased while the members are so absorbed in theaffairs of this strenuous ago as to leave little time or energy in which to do church work So tho pastor mnst bo a man of action and possessf a good deal of executive ability in order to conduct the affairs of his churchsuccessfully And at the same time tho demand upon him as a preacher has increased rather than diminished especially in the scope of the subjects discussed So tho finding of a suitable minister for the vacant pulpit is a very difficult task So wo see from this that there is plenty of room at tho top for the good preacher For the man of intellectual and spiritual force with ideas and energy to carry them out and make himself heard and felt ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR JUDGEIHenryDollaven subject FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized to announce R W of Hancock county a candidate for state Senator tram this the 10th district composed ot tb6 count es ot Hancock Breckenrldite and Meade subject to the Action of the Democratic party r FOR REPRESENTATIVE f Hfgenttivefrom totheI 11 OUR INDUSTRIESt flachlne Shops of L H St L RR Machine Shops and Foundry Canning Factory Tile Roofing Factory Two Planing Mills Saw 111- 11Flouring Mill Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposits 22355098 Real Estate Improvement Co American Tobacco Factory Qallaher Tobacco Co Limited Monument Works The best country print shop In Kentucky Equipped with natural gas electric lights typesetting ma chine fast presses and all modern Improvement HANCOCK COUNTY Clarion Victor Hagman was in town on Monday after several wagon loads of brick for chimney work about his now house which he will begin building near Skillman soon W S Adair a Hawesyjlle boy who has been engaged in the Tex as newspaper field more out less for twenty years will mbVo to1 Chicago and entor jmjjtropolitan journal ism vl 5 A traders oar an I I will likely be consummated today wherein Ab and Dee Adkins are to take over the Henryi Mason farm near town DRRPKEENERepresenting Ij TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m II I DENTISTSOF Will be in Dr Llghtfoots office ODettl I week out of each month prepared tom I walt on all wishing Ulgb Crass Dentistry I Will be Here Noienber 21 to 27 4 c for 2000 Mr Mason contem plates moving to Owensboro where he has a son who is doing well Mr A C White bookkeeper for the Kentucky Chair Manufacturing Co and leader of the Low isport bandand Miss Helen Wright a popular young lady of tho Lewisport section went to Tell City Thursday and were mar ried The big now pump for the local Waterworks Company was put to work Thursday evening and we now have water to let The pump while now works smoothly enough and has the power to put 900 gal lons per minute bn top of the high hill Miss lone Bakcr one of the countys most popular young wo men is very low at her homo at Floral with typhoid fever Her condition is cause for much grief among her many rriends and all are hoping for her speedy recov eryMr Joe G Adkins of Utility has bought for 350 cash from Henry Black 43t acres of landoff the old James A Mitchell place at Utility Mr Adkins is one of the most progressive farmers in tho county and never looses an oppor tunity to gobble more land when it is what he wants and it lies in reachof him BEWLEYVILLE Will be at Hardinsburg Oct 17 for four days and at Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent ist I have just returned from the city with a handsome line ot millinery goods You will do well to call and see my hats betore purchasing elsewhereMrs 0 H Beauohnmp WARM DEBATE Congressman South Trimble and Dr Ben L Bruner Republican canidate for Congress from the Fourth district engaged in a hot political debate at Brandenburg Saturday afternoon DIES OF DIPTHERIA A young child of Arad Morris of Holt died Monday ntfrnoon Death was due to diptherm SPEAKS AT TELL CITY The Hon A J BeveridgeIIndiana gifted Junior Senator will speak at Tell City on Saturday afternoon October 20 Senator Beveridge is reo ognized the country over as one of Americas greatest speakers and iIt will be an excellent opportunity foi the people of this section to hear him Thos Caley and family have moved back here from Glenwood la They arrived here yesterday How the Famous Surgeon Velpean Treated A Free Patient The famous surgeon Velpeau was visited one day at his house during the consultation hour by a marquis renowned for his closeness Velpeau In formed the marquis that an operation was urgent and that the fee would amount to 4000 francs At this the marquis made a wry face and left A fortnight later Dr Velpeau while mak ing his rounds in the Hospitall de la Charlie had his attention attracted by a face that seemed famlllar to him In answer to his Inquiry It was stated that the patient was a footman of a nobleman In the Faubourg St Ger main The surgeon found that his case resembled In every particular the somewhat unusual one for which the marquis had consulted him a fortnight previously He refrained however from making any comments Three weeks after the operation when the patient was about to be discharged Dr Velpeau called him aside and exclaimed Monsieur I am ex tremely flattered and pleased to have been able to cure you There is how ever a small formality with which you will have to comply before I can sign your exeat that Is you will have to sign a check for 1000 francs in behalf of the public charity bureau of your metropolitan dlstript The pa tients face became livid You can do what you like about ltfcdntlnued the Jdoctpr but If you rcfjise all Paris wilt knot tomorrow that the Marquis de D adppted the disguise ota foot man In order to secure free treatment at this 1 and to usurpt 4htt place which belongs by tight to a pauper Of course ibo marquis paid i Cobweb Pill V Andrew Wilson the well known nat uralist and jvriter in commenting on Culpeppers Complete Method published In 1052 shows how this enabled a man to cure himself being sick for threepence charge with such things only as grow In England they being most fit for English bodies John Wesley practiced music Wilson con tinues His system was not strictly limited to vegetable simples Wesley prescribed boiled carrots as an exclu sive diet for a fortnight for the cure of asthma and recommended baldheaded people to wash their vacant spots with a decoction of boxwood For bleeding from the lungs or stomach the Juice of nettles is or4ered and fpr an ague six pills of middling size of cobwebs 7 PRESSED TO DEATH Fearful FatUliraent That Obtained Under Old KnglUU Law Under the old English law If a pris oner stood mute and failed to plead to the indictment a Jury was to determine whether his conduct came it I from obstinacy or from a natural im pediment According to Blackstone If the prisoner was found to be obsti nately mute and the Indictment was for high treason it was settled that his silence was equivalent to a convic tion and that Judgment and execution should follow This same rule applied Y t to petit larceny and misdemeanors upon appeal or indictments for felonies or petit treason according butff the ancient law the prisoner was deemed convicted but because of obstinacy he received the terrible j sentence of penance or peine and was pressed to death- Blackstone thus describes this pun Ishment That the prisoner be reFmanded to the prison from whence he 1came and put In a low dark chamber and there be laid on his back on the bare floor naked unless decency for bids that there be placed upon hisIbody as great a weight of Iron as he I could bear and more that he shouldll l have no sustenance save only first day three morsels of the worst bread and on the second day three i drafts of standing water that should be nearest the prison door and In 1lla situation this should be alternately life dally diet till he died or as an ciently the Judgment ran till he an swered During the trials for witchcraft In New England a respectable citizen being so accused knowing that by rea son of the excitement of the times a plea of not guilty and trial would re i 1 suIt In a conviction with confiscationII i tt- of property and the same Judgment I would follow a plea of guilty refused to plead thereby preventing a convic l tion and enabling his family to retain his property The court ordered that iJr J he be pressed because of his obstinacy f The order was carried out and the i victim died Chicago News t WISDOM OF ANIMALS ji The Ape of einA Doff Actor Wine Dogi and btt that In the tRomanttii with a straw hat and a Phrygian tunic But monkeys do not seem to have been popular in Rome The cleverest of all the animal performers were of g course the dogs and one showman had the ingenious idea of making a t dog act a part In a comedy The ef fects of a drug were tried on him the plot turning on the suspicion that thejj drug was poisonous while In fact It was only a narcotic The dog took the piece of bread dipped in the liquid swallowed it and began to reel and stagger till he flually fell on the groundAt 1 right moment he began to ftmove very slightly as If waking of tof a deep sleep Then he raised his jhead looked around Jumped up and p ran Joyously to the proper person The remark that animals do not growtfwiser with age is contradicted by the habit of elephants noticed even in ancient times of making the young ones cross a ford first The officer who superintended the embarkation of the elephants sent from India to Abys sinia for use In Lord Kaplers campaign I tells how one old elephant vol unteered to drive all the others on- board His services were Invaluable but when they had all embarked and he was Invited to follow them he firm ly declined and bad to be left on shore I myself have noticed the acquired caution of the older dogs of Constant nople which left untouched the crusts I threw them while the young ones ate them ravenously A Greek native j told me that this wag because Euro peans were in the cruel habit of throw ing poisoned bread to the street dogs hence the old ones having seen then bad effects on their companions refused to eat bread thrown by Europe Jans though they took It readily from any Turkish beggar who shared his scanty furor with themContemporary Review Licking the Pencil One of the foremost lawyers In New York city licks the point of his pencil r whenever about to write with It The other day It was Indelible and his tongue was a sight to behold His friends were alarmed thinking he had met with an accident My boy does it he said I did It when I was a boy and my father and grandfather did it And nearly every man of any consequence of my acquaintance does It and did it Licking the point of the pencil Is one of the choicest of human weaknesses Jfcw York Press r It Pallet When a woman comes down to breakfast late remarked the observer of events and things and her hus band says Youve forgotten some putsherStatesman An Event What makes you look so Jolly old tfellowI Just bought something for my wife that I didnt have to take back and exchange Chicago Journal ni Dulne Housewife sarcastically What Is youhavedellghtJrryesi teddy Im a corporal of i Industry Plttsburg Post t Prejudices 1fspiritual rebels and s raise seam4s a aftlee nderStarid Ing Ben Jonson A HAPPY HOME 1tIsone where health abounds With Impure bloodthere cannot be good health f i With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood f Tults Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restor Its natural action J A blood healthy LIVER means pure Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists i u The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October lO 100 Q I Fresh bread every day at the Eng- lIsh r Kitchen Miller of Owensboro was SfBerllert Friday I Fresh boiled ham always at the Eng lish Kitchen Reuben Miller of Owensboro wit w In the city Thursday Miss Eva Isome left Saturday for a j Vvisit at New Albany Fresh oysters served in any style al the English Kitchen Robt E Woods of Louisville was in the city Saturday Proctor Keith was in Hardinsbn rg Ipart of last week on business f A great big bowl of delicious soup foi t 5 cents at the English Kitchen Three pounds of bologna sausage for 25 cents at the English Kitchen H L Stader was In Fnrdinsbnrg tjnryiiit hereNew oatmeal and Mothers Oats 1C cents a package on sale at the English Kifchen S GeoH Lampkin of Louisville was 5 the guest of R N Hudson part of last week L Mrs Jas Rollins of Pmeville was If the guest of Mrs Chas SatterHeld jd part ot last week ffr Commonwealths Attorney J R f Layman of Ellzabethtown was in t the city Saturday Arthur Claycomb of Owennboro was here and at Stephbnsport the past I week visiting relatives f4 Richard Owen of Lexvisport Dem ooratio candidate for State Senator t was in the city Saturday t H M Mason of Herbert Ind was t here Friday to attend the funeral of 1his aunt Mrs Tao Patterson C Mrs RJ Tindle and son Homer 4 of Dukes went to Lexington Friday to visit his brother Ed Tindle Father C Brev was nt St John part ot last week assisting in mission ser vices at the Catholic church there Mrs Margaret Herkes and son Frank returned last Wednesday to Warsaw 111 after a visit to relative a Masters Claude and Everett Frank I of Mattingly have gone to Rockport IntT to visit their sister Miss Ada Frank Philip Wittmer and Mrs Lizzie Moore of Cannelton were here Monday at the bedside of their brotherinlaw Darnel f Djpwden 1 jflllrs T W Brown went to Lewis l port last Wednesday to spend several 1days the guest of her sister Mrs Martin Dyer Dr L M Moreman and E L Bern tt of Irvingtonand J S Moorman of Brandenburg were here Thursday en route to the St Lonid fair BONE FOOD Soft and croaked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and soon through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses every day r give the stiffness and shape haveLloose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven tQjbe the right food for soft bones in childhood f I Send for ffienp1 Il SCOTT lOWNkph0mlt 4084IS IICo Pear = trU W Y fir Dr R A Pike of Owensboro was I in the city last Wednesday Miss Judith Miller is rtceivini new millinery goods daily Call and Inspect them Fine ling of the very latest styles in pattern hilts just received Miss Judith Miller Mrs 0 DeHaven and Mrs J T Skillman went to Holt Thursday to visit relatives Mrs J L Moorman and brother John Sterett left last Wednesday foi the St Louis fair If you want to buy a hat that wil look well and that will please you see Miss Judith Miller Fred Spencer and Chas Mogan of Dexter Ind were here Sunday ei route to the St Louis fair Mlsa Mary Long returned to Hender son last Wednesday after a Visit to her cousin Mrs B M McCarty- A M Heston and sister Miss Clare Heston of Hardinsbnrg were the guests of relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Evans and little dangnter Anita and Mrs WA Gary left last Wednesday for a trip to tne Ut Louis fair We are still in the fight for trade Come in and see us The best lunch you ever sat down to for fifteen cents English Kitchen- If it is something stylish in readyto wear or pattern hats for children and ladles that yon are looking tor Mist Judith Miller has it Dr J T Owen Misses Lnla Owen Ray Heyser and Lnla Severs and Mrs Joseph Harpole left Sunday for St Louis to attend the fair J E Willlor of Laconia Ind and C H Williar of Herbert Ind were here Friday to attend the funeral of their sister Mrs Jno Patterson Mr and Mrs Jesse Isome went to Cannelton Thursday to visit her par outs Mr and Mrs Enlow Smith before leaving Saturday for New Al bany to reside Rev Talley of the Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday in place of Rev Christian who is assisting in a meeting near Stephensport Mr and Mrs Patrick Keenan Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch Jas J Keenan and Fred Frank of Mattingly and Mr and Mrs Joe Smart and Messrs Leo Hinlon and Allen Jennings of near town composed a party that left Sunday for the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs Sam Morgan and son Mr and Mrs Henry Bnrch Mr and Mrs Remus Burch Mrs Frank Peyton und daughter Margaret and Willie Davis of Falls of Rough were here Snndayen route to St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs Alfred Adams of Se ward Kan and Mrs Nanniu Old dings of Wichita Kan all formerly of this city arrived Saturday morning to spend a month visiting Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and other relatives of this city and Tobipeport Ind The following people composing J c Crutohers party returned Sunday from the St Louis fair Robert Mall ory Misses Bettie Fannie and Edith Mallory of Lolu6vllle Mrs Robert Smith of Wolf Creek Fletcher Blan ford of Bewlewlllo Dan Miller W E Beauohamp and J W Hunter of Mystic Jonn McUavock of Webster and Mr and Mrs W J Pate Marion MoUavock and Mrs Ella Jordan of this city A STORY OF GEROME The limiter slater the New Student and a Practical Joke A number of years ago a poverty stricken painter since famous and prosperous went to Paris from a coun try village and entered the studio of Gerome at the Ecole des Beaux Arts The new students first day chanced to be criticism day and the older stu dents finding themselves cheated out of their customary boisterous hazing by this circumstance resolved to have their fun in an indirect fashion Accordingly they took the novice aside und Impressed upon him in the most friendly and confidential way Itn iglnable that he was under the obliga tlon of giving a tip to the professor when he crltkfeedhisr work IncreiW Ions at first ihtr tallow youth Jet him self be cons lacedalid profnlsetl to dif i the proper thing ills means Svere Small that he awaited his turn with flUI Jl1 conc aect anxiety whkh those the plot reUshed keeillVlien InI turn came be convulsed thci room lapping a half franc piece Into the pro essors hand Gcromc was too familiar with the practical Jokes of the Beriufc Arts not to comprehend the situation and had ouch ado to keep his couutcnande He succeeded however and blurted out with the gruffness which he assumed so admirably What ddes this mean Youll do well to come to see me some fine morn- Ing und straighten this thing out The bewildered pupil Interpreted the idmonltbn literally and presented him self at Gcromes private studio two lays later Gerome received him liken father led him on to confess his destitution and to unburden himself of his hopes and tears gave him good coun eland restored to him his half franc piece In the form of a twenty franc cold pieceh rrteDR C MITCHEl- lDENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices The Seven Ret In DUeaie Mention is made by Professor Hilton In his lectures on Ucstllnd Pain of thi seven varieties of the former obtiilnubli in the treatment of diseasenamely- memttl rest bodily rest a coinbinatlon ot those two as In that most perfect stati of rest called sleep organic test as evI- denced In the avoidance of exertion In cardiac disease of talking In affection of the respiratory tract wad In limiting so far as possible the net of degluti- tion In affections of the allmentarj tract by the substitution of eueumtu local rest as secured by change in tit position of body or limb the use ol pillows cushions etc dietetic rest bj avoiding the too frequent use of foot and drink lastly medicinal rest In the relief of spasm by inhalations ant the not too frequent administration ot medicine to the prejudice of nutrient or stimulants Professor Hilton lays it down us a rule that by a consIdera tion of the manner in which these prln clples of rest may be best applied In each special case of disease are relict and comfort to be brought to the suffer er and diseased action arrestedLou- don Lancet Discomfort In Venice Venice Is not a desirable place ot residence in summer for the ordinary mortal The moisture In the air cans ed by the steady prevalence of the sirocco takes the starch so to speak out of mens minds as much as out 01 their collars and it is only the artistic the lazy and the unemployed who cat rightly enjoy the summer In Venice The colors in air In sky and sea an of a nature to provide perpetual de light and occupation to the eye and hand of the painter while the abun dance and variety of the fruits to be had will equally content his meaner ap petite for fruit In Venice Is bcautlfu and almost oriental in its quality aUll quantity But there are drawback to be set against the lotus eating kind of existence and not the least of these is that of hot nights when sleep is al most an unknown quantity and Is driven away by one subtle foe after another the mosquito being the Here est and most aggressive Walter Couldnt Help Them Out A well known Baltimore society mall was once spending a few days with his wife nt Atlantic City and In con nectlon with his visit he told the following story When he seated hlmsel in the dining room on the evening ot his arrival he discovered that he could not read the menu as he had left his glasses in his room and his eyes were useless without them When he pass ed it to his wife she exclaimed that she was in the same predicament A a loss to know what to do the gentle man called the waiter to him and pointing to the menu said Head that to me and 1 will give you A dollar Quick OB a hash the waiter replied Scuse me boas but I aint had much ejlcntlon maself Phlludelphli Ledger Webster on Debt Once when Daniel Webster was rid ing along a New England road in i11 stagecoach so thq story runs he was annoyed by the jolting and poked hit head out of the window to yell at the driver Hey Cant you drive a little slower No responded the coach man the horses are running away sir Run em Into a fence corner advised Daniel Cant sir said the driver reluctantly and despairingly Theyve got the bit between theIr teeth sir Well run them Into debt then thundered Daniel Thatl stop anything A Poacher Ilaae A poacher writing in the Country Gentleman of London says When I left home at night to go poaching I always left an end of a candle burn lag In a saucer of water in my bed room This was arranged so that It would splutter out about 10 oclock Just aB if I had extinguished it and retired tor the night This I did because I discovered that the keepers were given to watching my house for signs of my caving and it was a long time before hey found that a candle could go out ylthbut human agency The Yorkhlremant Coat of Arm Allow me to submit to you the York hlremaus coat of firms us It was given to me many years ago bya York hlrcman It runs thus A floX a fly a lagple and a flitch of bacon n flea lecause he will bite his best friend a 1y because he will drink from any todys cup a magpie because he will hatter with anybody a Hitch of ba con because he is no good until be is lung London Spectator She Knew A certain old lady always knew ev scything before anybody else One lay her niece saw her passing the muse and ran out to meet her Do ome in aunty she begged and help us We are making charades Certainly I will answered the old ady I knew you were making them ecause I smelled them as I came- along SW Bassettof Union star left Sunday for the St Louis fair t I t I Watvts1tAdvertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week u H u FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and Oasollm EnKjncsMAUTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOR SALEMULES FOR SLLE1 paIr black mare mules 0 cheapCWANTEDTOTHAD- EWANTEOTo trado a lot of horses and lIardlnsburlWANTED flpplltres2000 pouch trees at lOcea h Send for list ottrcca Highland Nursery Clovtrport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Seas on ticket n30 60 day ticket 055 li5 day ticket f035- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be soldany day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 31 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Sat urday tickets will be sold Cloverport tt St Louis and return good for seven days including late of sale 6 80 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return on morning trains Sunday Oct 23 1004 Special excursion to Evansville and return Sunday Oct 30 1901 125 for the round trip from Cloverport Train leaves Cloverport 045 am returning leaves Evansville 0 pm Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masors Louisville Oct 18 201004 Cloverport to Louisville and return x293 on Oct 17 and 18 good to return Oct21 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST nOUND No46 DIlly Past Train lonvos Cloverport 507 Al1 stops at West Ioiiqnly arrives at Louisville 715 A IIINo 42 l Hly Mall and vcrportfl5l A 111 stops at all way stations awfvus Louisville 1286 1 M Train No 44Exposition Limited dallyari I rives Cloverport 447 p m Loulsvlllu iliKSO p m Stops itt West Point only Train No 48 Express dully ar rlvos at Clovurport 700 p moo Ioulsvllle l 45 p m Stops at all stations WEST ROUND Expressleavesvllle 1250 PAl arrives St Louis 610 llIIstops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansville 100 p m St Louis B10 p m stops at Hawes vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Train 7 0 43 Mull and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 725 p m Evansvlllo 103f p m Stops at all stations No45 dully St Louis fast train leavesClo verpott 1100 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 645 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 420 a m arrives Irvlngton 815 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves FOIdsvlllo 340 p m arrives Irvlogton 00pm iv- Train No 8 Sunday only Fords vllle 600 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST HOUND TralnNo3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 11OIL a moo arlves Fordsville 301 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fordsvlfie 1100 p m NOIJdlAinSNOO sjflJlrup xq pjos emu al aftpooo svisry tlais Hlnoo ssg- SllVJ3S13ntf3H3HMS3UnO 3drtO Wanted 10000 Barrels distillery apples- L D ADDISON Addison KY Had Them All r A toll Jtnpwn writer of humorous prose rind verse was talking with a ulbMOttMnrnTwfiehJ fire latter said By the way I art Collecting first editions of AmerlcifiT authors I want to add your first book to my collection Have you any copies of the first edition Yes answered the author I have nil of theniCrltlc Thrice Died A fair of deaf and dumb lovers ought to consider themselves fortu nateJ Why sor Why they can sit down in the mid tile of the largest crowd and have n nice quiet tallNew Orleans Timed Democrat When a man goes into the kitchen to help lhis wife she has to drop every Jblng and wait on him Mrs Ohas Wendelken and children went to Louisville Saturday to be with Mr WendelkeJI j who U attending thei tLoBI8Yll1e collegeofmedlcille oJ IMEET ME AT NOL rES MORE ROOM t AND BETTER LIGHT Work has begun on the new building next to us and soon all in all We Can Serve you Best As our grocery department will be in easy 9 re- achQ1ity Speaks As well as prices to buyers at our store Watch the grocery department grow JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY uUr V r lb or 3 20c new 2 is no flour than Its purity and make it as as it is People who arc the who know from poor and want the are the people who are up our milling Dont think these are lire such bargains every day if you us 1cPure leaf lard per Mothers Quaker Oats for25cK- raut per gal Sour Pickles crop dozen for15c There better milled CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR flavor popular wholesome particular about bread they eatpeople good bread bread good building Cndick Co Pophacm IND I CASH businessBulk You get Coffee sure to please 15c Chipped Beef 3 cans 25c Pink Salmon 3 cans 25c Eleven bars soap25c We are paying eighteen cents per doz for eggs Remember the name and place Popham BrothersA- T EAST END OF BRIDGE CLOVERPORT pJsJ KENTUCKY SI Song of The Ohio Written for The herald by Silas Bentl I sing as softly as a mother croons Her drowsy babe to sleep at eventide 2 On quiet nights when warring winds are still I woo the stars down from their azure home To sink their golden footprints in my depthsflb Mirror the silver pathway to the moon v All paved with gems the errant Pleiad lost v r That night she wandered from her sistor pale And by a subtle alchemy distill In my alembic fragrant cool moondewI l To diamond Earths flower woven robe- I offer up my body to the sun t In sacrifice perpetual and glad And furnish recreation in that act To myriads of brief lifeholding things At other times I sing strains from that song Before whose awfulness mankiud doth realize How infinite his insignificance Shaking my tawny mane I gather all My congregated might of swollen strength And wreak torrential wrath upon the land I smite the puny bulwarks with which men Have insolently sought to stem my courses I snatch away Earths flaunted panoply And grave my signature upon her breast j W OCOOOCyOOOOOOOQOOOOOCOQOOOQOOOQlJOOO t I r The Breckenridge News = IWEDNESDAY October 10 1004 ti CONDENSED STORmIES OF THE DAY SA t = Georgia statesman says that which ne was In the shop of an optician in Atlanta he once heard an amusing conversation between the proprietor of the establishment and an aged darkey who was just leaving the place with a pair of new spectacles As the old chap neared the door his eye lighted upon a most extraordi nary looking instrument conspicuously th placed upon a counter The venerable negro paused for several moments to gaze in open mouthed wonder at this I thing the like of which he had never seen before After a long struggle with his curiosty he was vanquishd Turn ing to the optician he said What is It boss That is an optnalmometer re plied the optician in his gravest man ner ISho muttered the old man to himself as he backed out of the door his eyes still fastened upon the curious looking thing on the counter Sho dats what I was afeard it was Youths Companion o The stoical bravery of Russian sold- Iers is well illustrated by the story oi acaptainwho was unsuccessfully shell ing a batters at the siege of Varsovie Field Marshal Pashkievitch galloped np to the captain and sternly asked why his firing did not have some effect The captain replied that the shells did not ignite The marshal scoffed that theory and threatened to degrade the officer The captain picked up one of the shells ignited the fune and holding it in the palm of his hana said to the marshal See for yourself sir The marshal tollding his arms across nls breast stood looking at the smoking shell It was a solemn moment Both men stood motionless awaiting the result Final ly the fuse burned ont and the cap tain threw the shell to the ground Its true remarked the marshal turning away to consider other meas ures to silence the enemys tire In the evening instead of punishment the captain received the cross of the Order of St Vladimir Same Old Circus The three elephants in Gentry Broth era parade this morning looked like three mud holes that had dried up How hard a cimis band plays I The trombone player in the parade tnis morning nearly worked himself to death The real humorist is a monkey We never look at a monkey without smiling However melancholy a monkey feels he always looks funny In every circus band you find one player wno insists on naving music altnough he has played the same piece a thousand times and knows it Usually he is a player who cant read music a player secured in a country sown During the parade today i far ner had his team of two goring mules tied to a pole and sat 1n the wagon holding the lines When the elephants came along four other men were necessary to keep the mules from run ning away Every man whc drives a wagon in a circus parade looks cross he seems to be protesting silently be cause he doesnt get more wages The dirtiest faced young man we ever saw For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear LiKe Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by in creasing tho natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries in medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act Ion on tho nerves almost Instantly relieve such distressing feelings as Dlz zlness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering In their use you do away with r the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills aro guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk- I am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntlIaln Pills havo and are doing me Ever since tho war I have had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused 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Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and cure nil eruptions sayIia good calliope Atchison Kan Globe Lines In Pleasant Places City Clerk G O Lines goes to St Louis this evening to see the exposi tion His brother W 0 Lines will have charge orthe clerks office during Mr LinesB absence His sister Miss Mary Lines wilt laccompany him Neodesha Kan Register Iowa Weather Bulletin Programme for today Fair in the afternoon and circus in the evening Sioux Cityla Journal Testimony of a Minister Rev Jon S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a nuw ber of physicians and tried all sorts ot medicines but got no relief Theni I oegan the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease 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 Shbrt Haynes Only Soc CORRECTION- An announcement in last weeks News stated that Orville Frank of near Hard insburgand Miss Effie Pate of Matt jngly would be married on Sunday October 20 It should have read Thurs day October 20 the error having been made through inadvertance CARRIE N DANCES JIG San Antonio Tex Oct 13Carrie Nation appeared here yesterday after noon in her old role of ealoon smasher At one plate she was forced to dance n jig because of shots fired at her teet Sne was thrown out of another place and roughly handled all around but persisted in her work TEETHINA as its name Implies Is used by every mother wise To stay convulsions that come on When teething time begins to dawn For Nausea Vomiting and the weak irritable Stomach of children nothing equalu Dr Moffetts TEETHINA Teething Powders- It Aids Digestion and Regulates the Bowels Itemed For Barn For a dry burn carron oil Shake the bottle saturate a soft cloth with the mixture and lay over the burn Then cover closely with cotton batting or flannel to keep out every bit of ak and secure the whole with a light bandage Burns may also be treated by n thick application of any bland oil vaseline sweet oil castor oil butter cold cream or any fat not rancid excepting glyc erin which Is too Irritating Soft pow ders may also be dusted on flour laundry or corn starch For a burn by scald or steam apply a dresslngf saturated soda Moon rhn e The phases of the moon may be explained by the fact that the moon is a dark spherical body which shines only by reflected light The new moon popularly so called is seen only when the sky is sufficiently dark to present II complete outllrje of the disk This Illumination is due to the light which comes first from the sun is reflected to the earth and back to the moon and thence to the earth What we really see is the earth light shining on the moon Keeping In Touch With Oneself Its good to have money and the things that money will buy but Its good too to check up once in awhile and make sure you havent lost the things that money wont buy When II fellows got what he set out for in thIs world he should go off into the woods for a few weeks now and then to make sure hes still a man and not a plug hat and a frock coat and a wad of bills Saturday Evening Post Which r A very loquacious lady asked a friend what position he would give her were she a man Id make you superintendent of a- deat and dumb asylum was his re plyWhy Because either the Inmates would learn to talk or you to keep silent New York Times Before and After Taking Dr Quackly Ah um you say the medicine I prescribed hasnt stopped the chills Did you shake well before taking DummagerYes and after ward tocLIte WAS VERY QUIET Wedding Of W A Gnau and Mrs Lily Fagen Who Are Known Here At Owensboro William A Gnan of Louisville and Mrs Lily Fagen proprietress of the KainTuckEe Tar Springs were mar rifca at Owensboro on Tuesday even ing of last week The wedding will be news ola surprising and interest ing nature to people here Tne ceremony was performed by Rev R H CrossHeld pastor of the Christian otmrcu at his study in the church Every precaution possible was taken to keep the wedding from becoming public and it was with difficulty that any thing could be learned concerning the affair The identity of two witnesses to the affair is a mystery and after the ceremony was performed none of the parties concerned couldbe found However it was lea wed here Friday that Mr Gnau was in Louisville During part of the past summer Mr Gnau was a guest at the Tar Springs He went away several weeds ago and Mrs Fageu went tp Owensboro to see the ElKS fair and remained there until the wedding She IR a daughter of Mrs Estelle True Nell of Chicago who bought the Tar Springs last sum mer for the purpose of operating them and gave to them the name of the KainTuckEe Tar Springs Mrs Fagen assisted by Oneola Van Ars dale her brotuer has managed the Springs for her mother Mr Gnans first wife died last year She was many years his senior They spent part of the summer of 1003 in this city boarding at the Duncan House while here and attracted much attention on account of the discrep ancy in their ages and her reputed great wealth which was said to have consisted mostly of fine diamonds Some Seasunable Advice It may be a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at this season of the year to lay in a suppy of Cham berlains Cough Remedy It is almost sure to be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is con tracted and before it has become set tled in the system which nan only be done by Keeping the remedy at hand This remedy feso widely known and so good that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any other It is lor sale by Short Haines Poor Pity Good Tenant It Isnt always the tenant who pays his rent on the first of the month who is most desirable said a householder the other day Your prompt ten ant Is likely to hold you his debtor for that virtue and feel perfectly free to ask for numerous improvements My best paying property is leased to a man who Is always two or three months behind In his rent Of course I lose the Interest on my money for that time but that is all In the three years in which he has rented of me he has not had the nerve to ask me even to paper a room for him I havent done It either In one instance be had some plumbing done at his own ex pense when he should have charged it to me I am constantly afraid that he will get prosperous some day and want to pay me on time Just as sure as he does I will have to spend several hundred dollars on the house New York Tribune Wine of Cardui Cured Her 218 South Prior Street ATLANTA OA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed to relieve and losing my appetite I became weak and lost my vital ity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must findspeedy relief to regain my health Having heard Wine of Cardui praised by several of my friends I sent for a bottle and was certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach troubled me no more I could digest my food without difficulty and the nervousness gradually diminished Nature performed her functions without difficulty and I am once more a happy and well woman OLIVE JOSEPH TKM Atlanta Friday NUht Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today PROGRAMME The following is the program for the minirters meeting of the Breckenridge Association of Baptists which convenes at Walnut Grove church at 10 a m Fri day Oct 21 Gods Plan For Financing His Cause J T Lewis Christian Motive For GivingB B English The Reception of Members iinto the Churches S O Christian The Importance of Obeying Christ in BaptismD B Clapp The Order of the Graces and Blessings of tho Spirit in Conversion W V HarrellMeeting of Mission Board at 1 p m Saturday SUNDAY 10AM Why have Sunday SchoolsC M Payne 11 A M Sermon by S O Christian on Why Should There Be Christian Churches OAST aXABears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Iof n perfect Mandrake Potassium patient constipation appetite Medicine We can fat Iii fA e onIDo you we cannot bug out of paint and varnish low stuff high grade but we wont Delker Cos 1work and good material in every can see where clzlaf Sold by dealers If your dealer does George Work ItnoliN In Serif While It Is certainly n pretty sight to n long row of books In n neat tend uniform binding like soldiers on pa rade there is a distinct loss of huH viduality As you glance over your books upon their shelves it is pleasant to recognize them from their outward dress They themselves better in mind if each one is not exactly like neighbors You even likely to for got what you have If you cannot know them from across the room We often go to the bookcase looking simply for to read and then it is an advantage to know each book at the first glance Of course this does not apply so strongly to the works of a single author These belong in a uniform and you what is among themSt Nicholas Flirting In Japan A Japanese woman flirts as as she knows the meaning of the word with her sleeves and fan and with her eyes and smiles By the different movements of the ends of her sleeves she manages to convey to her admirers all sorts of unspoken mes sages and by the opening and shutting of her fan to the right or to the left she can reject or accept the most weighty offers Her code signaling with her sleeves and fan is quite an item of her social education French Soldier Handkerchief The cotton handkerchiefs provided for French soldiers have printed upon them a number of sanitary precepts to be observed on the march and during a campaign and arc further decorated with medallions containing pictures of officers of all grades the different unl forms being so distinctly portrayed that a French private can tell at n glance to what grade any officer may belongs Wen She Might An old historian of Tubin gen describes an attack by the In 1074 during which eighteen persons were by the exploding of a mine A soldiers wife was thrown the distance of an acre She was not hurt the chronicler adds but she scolded terribly and was in avery bad humor After the She There is just ono little bit of millinery that I desire more He crosslyYou neednt say any more I wont buy it for youSbpDont- be afraid Youll never get the bill for it Its a widows bonnet A Sure Wa- TlIabelI wish I knew some way to make George forget me for I can nev er marry him HenryHave you tried lending him money New Orleans TimeaDemoprat t i A very wise man onCQ said that when began to feel too Important got a mop ofthe universe and total to find himseironlt it01 J J tr DR THAQHERS Liver and Blood =Syrup CURES CAUSE- A THREEFOLD His m tlomtltnalilei Act KUatft M- PuHfles Thousands have used this reliable remedy with confidence and success for 52 years because they know what it contains The formula consists of Kuchu Hydrangea Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and reliable combination of great merit for all diseases having tjieir origin in Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and experiment Dr Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanks SPUED MISSISSIPPI Oct 17 1902 have suffered greatly with indigestion also severe liver trouble with loss of appetite Could not rest well at night in fact had no energy to work or even walk around felt like was packing heavy load and was easily exhausted until took Dr Thachers Liver and Dlood Syrup which helped me almost from the first dose When had taken one and onebait bottles like different man and knew that it was due entirely to medicine used hi all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At this time my Is good sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising In the morning T L SPBUD If you need medicine write today fir Free tatnple bottle and Dr Thacher Health Hook GIteltumpollllor advice ire timply akyou to try it at our rzpee Jim know tehatlt wUl do At all drwgglt SO cent and 100 Thachor Co Chattanooga Tenn I l I I think make gies and grade and call it We II can The Geo nameTihds for good part where you it and you see keep its are know far not ho see killed quaintly he be just your There js profit in this kind of work but satisfaction to both maker and user If its new uptodate we make it Remember the AnameA The G CQjA120 to 2g Elm Strut Henderson Kentucky everywhere not handle the Delker write direct theifactorytt something kimono German French Quarrel less more and Soldiers Sense of Humor A high naval otllclal now dead often cited as un example of ghastly humor an Incident that befell a young woman during the civil war She was good and kind he would say nUll during tile war she visited the hospitals dally distributing fruits and flowers und tracts One morning on her rounds a young soldier immediately after she had passed him set up a loud laugh She turned and looked at him In surprise Ills seemed a pitiful case Nothing of him but his face was visi ble on the little white bed and this young face was sadly thin and pale Nevertheless he laughed like one pos sessed His mirth resounded through the grewsoinc room Tho visitor returned to him Will you tell me what amuses you l site said Why maam said he here you have given me a tract on the sin of dancing when Ive got both legs sho- teffBaltimore Herald Careful of tier None Many interesting stories of courtiers and favorites at the old French court are found in the memoirs of the Marquise de Crequy She says that on cer tain solemn occasions kings of France wore ermine linings to their robes but ermine became scarce and she writes The anointing of Louis XV was retarded I some years for want of this fur for the court mantles and at the coronation of Louis XIV they actually used catsklu Superbly elegant was the Duchesse de la Ferte who generally was carried around under a canopy The marquise goes into ecstasies con cerning this particular duchesse whose eyes had the most disdainful expres sion I over saw though they had a slight cast in them But her supreme elegance can be appreciated when It is known she never blew her nose for fear of spoiling her Greek contour but dabbed It at Intervals with a small square of cambric Benjamin Franklin Wife A very unflattering description of Benjamin Franklins wife is taken from the diary of Daniel Fisher who was Franklins secretary for a short time She sat on the floor at a neigh bors She assumed the airs of extraordinary freedom and great humility lamented heavily the misfortunes of those who are unhappily infected wjth a too tender or benevolent disposition said she believed all the world claimed the privilege of troubling her pappy so she usually calls Mr Franklinwith their calamities and distress giving us a general history of many such wretches and their impertinent applications jeallousy the violence of her invectives Pointing to Franklins son one day she exclaimed There goes the greatest villain upon earth I never wonder to see men wicked but 1 often wonder to see them no- tasbamedswift = t BY REMOVINI THE REMEDY krall ire Mao a tile Urtr4 the Blood 1 the I a I I a I I I lelt a J r I a a I I+ to I I c i r I 9 r1 TO RESUME SERVICE J A Sargent and son Dailey made a trip to Fordsville KentncKy last week to visit the formers lather Capt W H Sargent who has lately y been in poor health but who is im proving now He will resume his s place 1n the railway mall service about the first of next month Book port Journal THE FILIPINOS If our opponents came into power and attempted to carry ont their promises to the Filipinos by giving them independence and withdrawing American controlfrom the Islands the result would be frightful calamity to the Filipinos themselves and in its largeraspect would amount to an In ternational crime Anarchy would I follow and the most violent anarchic forces would be directed partly against the civil government partly against all forms of religious and educational civilization Bloody conflicts would inevitably ensue in the archipelago t and just as inevitably the islandV would hecomethe prey of the first J ipower which In its own selfish interes took up the task we had cravenl- yabandonedRoosevelte Letter of Acceptance A Word With You Do you suffer fromitching or bleed ing piles If so use Paracamph It Iis guaranteed to relieve instantly and cure Try lt today If yon are not satisfied your money will bere r fuqded I SPOTTSVILLE WRECK ONE OF DISASTERS The Commoner gives a list of I twentysix appalling disasters from I Oct 17 1003 to Sept 20 1004 The wreck on the Henderson Route at Hpottaville on August 8 in which four lives were lost IS Included in the list The worst disasters are the two railroad wrecks one at Eden 1- Col on Aug 7 when 04 were killed and three injured and one at Now market Tenn on Sept 10 when B3j were killed and ICOinjnred The seven great wrecks of American J history according to the Commoner is as follows Year Locality Kill- ed1S50Camp Hill Pa8818- 70Ashtabula 0 0- 1887Cbataworth Ill851- 888Mnd Run Pa 00 1003Laurel Run Pa651004 Eden Col 0- 41004Newmarket TenD 61IoA sroxaceBs- xthe 11i8 K AI I NgutW tl 71 y rrvr r I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Ootober 10 1904 J HE LOSES AGAIN Court Of Appeals Affirms De C cision In Case Montgomery i Chelfil- l Frankfort Ky Oct illIn affirm I ing a judgment of the Hardin Circuit Court in the contested election case of James Montgomery against Weed s S Chelf Involving the cilice of Cir raft Judge of the Ninth Judicial dis trict the Court or Appeals today held that Sections 1501 and 1504 of the Kentucky titatntes clearly recognize that the governing committee of ia political party has the authority to prescribe conditions to bo complied with by candidates desiring to be vot ed for Ina primary election of the party the payment of expenses as entrance fee to secure plane on the bal t ot It also ruled that the members of the committee must be present at the meeting calling a primary or con k vention but the proxy of one of four James B Montgomery A members ot a committee would not in Vahdate the action taken and that while the comtuitte required to be sworn before noting the failure to do so would not invalidate a pnmny election shown to have been fairly heldThe action grew out of tae holding of nprlinnrjelectlon in the counties of the Ninth Judicial District on September 20 1002 to select the Dem ocratic nominee for Circuit Judge r The candidates were Weed S Chelf T B MuDeath and the appellant James Montgomery The two first named paid the assessment Used by the party committee of the district and appellant failing to pay did not get his name on the ballot Chelf was nominated elected and inducted into office and the appellant sued to recover it on the ground that the nomination of Chelf was illegal and void The case was heard before a speoial judge and the petition of Montgomery die missed This is upheld How Often Has Mother Arose from her bed at night in alarm at the raspy cough of baby She knows at once the dread destroyer Group has arrived Dont hesitate Use Parucamph at once It will prevent and cure croup JOHN M POPULARI Conductor John Miller had a mishap to the engine pulling his train Saturday and ias in town several hours John is iso popular in and around this place that he will have some time here if it requir es a wreck to get it Hawesville Plain t dealer t OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through Your kidneys once every three minutes kidneys blood purifiers they waste impurities blood- If they order they work Pains from neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick unsteady heart beats though they heart trouble because heart overworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through arteries- It considered only urinary kidneysbutconstitutional diseases begin ning kidney trouble sick make mistake doctoring your kidneys KllmersIis sold on Its merits jlandall druggists 1 and one fiftYI You may have a The are your fil ter out 1hC or In the are sick or out of fall to do their achesandrheu matism come ex cess of uric acid In the or and makes one feel as had the Is In to veins and used to be that all have their in If you are you can no Ir by first The mild I 1 I In sample bottle by mall nom of swunpRoot r free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer If Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swnmp Root and tbo address Blnguamton N Y on ovury bottlo + i 4k- y t ASYLUM INDICTMENTS Supt Milton Board of Hardinsburg And Commissioners up For Mal feasance in Office BOARD INDICTMENT IS DISMISSED Hopkmsvllle Ky Oct lBOn motion of the commonwealths attorn ey the indictments against Superin tendent Boardand Commissioners Bush and Smith ot the Western Kentucky asylum for the insane in connection with the presentation of two heifers to State Senator Richardson tor aiding in getting a 70000 appropriation for the institution were dismissed this afternoon The other cases will be prosecuted The asylum records showed that Bush and Smith were not present at the board meeting when the gift was authorized and according to the statutes the superintendent has no authority in the disposition of asy lum property Tho indicted com missioners claim that the cows were given the senator after the adjourn ment of the legislature and present no bearing on his action in supporting thA measure Publishes Card Louis ville Ky Oct 13A special to the CourierJournal from Hopkins villa saysII Dr Board publishes a formal card today in which he makes public the charges against UrLackey HH accuses him of constant disregard- of asylum rules neglect of official duty untrnthfulness and selfconfess ea grafting It is believed that Dr Stephens former first assistant to DrI racuey will succeed to his position The official minutes of the meeting of the board of directors show that the cows were given to Gus Richardson and they also show that the board also agreed to pay the expressoge on them Heaccepted two of the older cows but the two younger ones were tilled on the train Dr Board declares that the cows and heifers were pre sented to Richardson as the bouquet was presented to the legislature after the oat making the appropriation was passed und not before for thq purpose of influencing his conduct Hopkinsville Ky Oct 12The grand jury tats afternoon returned indictments against Supt Milton Board and nearly all of the Commi sioners and board officials of the West ern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane for malfeasance in office The bills were secured by the efforts of Dr Wal ter A Lackey former first assistant physician who resigned his position last week after the superintendent and Board of Commissioners had filed charges against him with the Govern or and reqested his removal Dr Lackey is himself indicted for assault and battery Dr Lackey mailed to the Governor one day last week a statement containing charges against Supt Board ant a nn mbar of the commissioners He charged the head of the institution with padding requisitions and drawing Day for pn tients vho were paroled and in one instance of Keeping the name of a dead patient on the lists 1for several months He accused commissioners and officers of the board of selling supplies to or having contracts with the institution in violation of the statutes Before The Grand Jury Dr Lackey then carried the matter before the rand jury and after an investigation in which numerous witnesses were examined including Snpt Board and commissioners the indictments were fonnd The superintendent and all of the commission ers except W T Tandy who was not a member of the board are in dicted tor lying two heifers to Sena tor lies W Richardson of Meaae connty Senator Richardson was a member of the joint legislative oomm ittee whioh recommended the y 75000 anpropriation for building the new wings at the asylum The other In dictments were as follows Commissioner U H Bush for accep ting a fee in defending the suit of G YWillingham administrator against the asylum Jommisslonnr John B Chilton for holding a position as farm superin tendent on salary- Commissioner M W Johnson for selling beef cattle- Commissioner F M Quanes for selling hay straw etc Treasurer L H Davis for putting in etone foundations of two wings from which he derived profit Secretary JO Bnckner for furnish ing coal under contract Walter A Lackey for committing assault and battery on the poison of t3p gal Bourlund a lunatic and pail ent at the institution while said Lack ey was acting as superintendent of the asylum Ball was fixed in each case at 500 except Dr Lackeys which iis 100 Supt Board Talks Superintendent Bjara states that the board with his approval did give the cows to Senator Richardson as testimony of its appreciation of his good services in connection with the asylum appropriation for which he labored zealously According to the statement of the Superintendent to the CourierJournal representa five he filed with the Governor attar the tiling of the petition by hint telf and the commissioners requesting Dr LacKeys removal separate charges accusing the first assistant of incoin potency neglect of duty absenting himself from the asylum miechief making grafting cruelty and misrep resentation The Charge of the hoard the Superintendent says were that Dr Lackey was a disturbing element and that he was negligent and oruel topatientsDr and his family have re moved from the asylum to PembroKe Dr Lackey claims he was badly treat ed by Snperintendent Board and the commissioners nod denies their charges against him Judge Bush one of the commission ers indicted says tne custom has al ways obtained at the institution of attorneys on the board being employed in legal business and deneis that his acceptance of a fee was ground for indictment He says he was paid for his services in the Willingham care a 25000 damage suit which the asylum won Judge Bush says he was not present at the board meeting which is said tc have authorized the present to Senator Richardson HInes Has The Papers Frankfort Ky Oct tSoon after Dr Walter Lackey sent in his res ignation to Gov Beckham as first as sistant physician at the Western Asylum for the Insane which was re quested of him he sent a letter filing charges against the Board of Officials of the institution which was received by the Governor last Monday Gov Beckham ut once turned the papers over to State Inspector Hines Says Its Spite Work Fadncuh Ky Oct 13Luolen S Davis treasurer of the Hopidnsville Asylum board who is among those indicted at Hopkinsville yesterday is in the city a member of the Knights of Pythias committee that is inspect ing sites for the K of R Widows and Orphans Home He said today that the indictment was the result of spite work and malice on the part of a physician removed for cruelty He savs he did take the contrast for the stone work but that stone masonry is his business and has been for years and that he was the lowest bidder and has no fear of results ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions env form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fet ei Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature 50 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Ecziue Eczlne will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives rejiet and permanent cure Write today to DOYD CHEMICAL 0 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows oi the reliability of Eczlne and of the Boyd Chemical Ca- FINE PEARS Three fine pears on one stem were brought to the Newt office last week by Chas Smart The pears came from a small tree on the place of Waldo Simons at Tcbinsport Ind and Mr Smart says the tree will yield about five bushels NewtAs delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all the medicinal elements actually taken from genuine fresh cods livers with organic iron and other bodybuilding ingredients but no oil or grease making the greatest strength anti flesh creator known to medicine For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumption nothing equals Vlnol Try ItIf you dont like It wo will return money SHORT HAYNES Druggists J A II lieu nanny At till roiirt of St James in 1773 Lord VllliiTs appeared acrnrdlnK to a writer of flint day In a coot of pole purple velvet turned up with lemon color niul nil over with Ss of pearl ns big ns pens and In all the spaces little medallions in Lenten gold real solidIn various figures of Cupids and the like In that day the daiulloH rouged and powdered and car ried noxeiiiiys ns big ns cabbages Wai pole records an occasion in the house of commons when to hasten the ad journment some of the exquisites trot ed agnhiHt their own opinions because the house was very hot and the young members thought It would melt their rouge and wither their nosegays Orlelu nf Some NIIIIICN Many religious sects are now known by what were originally nicknames These epithets coined In derision have and grown Into honora ble epithets Methodism was n nickname originally an undergraduate nickname applied to Wesley nnd his friends because they lived by rule and method Every one knows what It Is now So people use the word Quaker without any contemptuous connotation and even n word like ranter was on the way toward respectability when ranting seemed to fall out of fashion Safe Prom IlurKlnr Im so glad the boys of your com puny gave you that handsome revolt cr sold the militia captains wife We need have no fear now of the burglars infesting this neighborhood Thats what replied the gallant captain Ive got it locked up In tlie olllce safe where they cant get at It Philadelphia Ledger Three FnmouN Smoker Fabulous things have been said about Grants smoking propensities My word of honor that Grants cigars over which he meditated and about which so notch has been senselessly published were cast aside but never relighted while Sherman and Meade would woke the air blue like voles noes National Magazine Her Two neRrcen It was only two years ago that Mrs Weddln tools her B A at college wasnt it2 Yes Why She has just taken a higher degree MA in the school of liferPhiladel phln Pre 1I1 I All New and Leading Varieties of Strawberry Plants 3 ALSO Peach Apple and Pear Trees SEND FOiL FKKK CATALOGUE G Harrison Sons Berlin rId embroidered appreciated Curious Ways of Crnhft Certain species of crabs cover them selves with seaweed In order to de ceive their foes One crab was seen by the naturnlist Kislg In ISiS to pluck off zoophytes those plantlike animal colonies which grow on shells and stones and to fix theta on the spines anil halts of its shell A still deeper romance of defensive tactics Is to be found in the erase of certain hermit crabs They live In the cnstoff shells of whelks and crawl about Louse on back One claw is bigger than the oth er nnd this is an adaptive feature for when the crab retires Into Its house the bigger claw is tucked across the mouth of the shell to btu the way against a possible intruder More curil ous still is tho habit of ono species which tolls along with a sea anemone used to his shell like Slmlbad currying the Old Man of the Sen Great care is token of this anemone It is fed by the crnb nnd If the hitter liltS to seek n new shell Iiy reason of his growth he tenderly shifts ills tenant off the old abode and places him on the new one Demi HoIfN Wit On one occasion Venn Hole the well known English clergyman with Mrs Hole landed at Dover much exhaust ed otter a rough crossing of the Eng fish channel While waiting for the train the dean pored over the railway regulations Ah he said addressing the station Inspector its one consola tion after such n crossing nnd this tiresome wait that we go back at half price I dont understand sir was the olliclals reply There Is no special reduction Oh yes there is said the dean Ive Just been rending all your notices and you state that you take returned empties at much reduced rate Once when the dean was play Ing whist for threepenny points he ap peered to be very well provided with threepenny Lila Ah his opponent remarked have you the otcrtory with youV What sir the dean answered do you recognize your miserable con tributions CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Glcl1 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky PLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for the trade High Quality Work MoIl Orders Specialized twoB Oelze I Cloverport Ky as9s+ b4 +++++r++++++++++++++++ f Do You Want X Your watch made new j Your clock made to keep X good time your ring re X paired or sets put in your + ring with broken pints re 3 paired find made to ttitd11- Is I If You Wantt I J any kind of jewelry whatever It repaired and made new tftf- I I I conic to us nnd we will t 4 it for you doii ffYou Will Want tto buy sonic of our fine jew + clry when you see the ox r reliant line we n re carrying + t TtCt LEWIS SON t + 4 Hardinsburg Kyi+3 hdd i+++++ ki Fd ++++ bd ++ kb + LOUISVILLE Bit EVANSVILLE PACKET GO Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evatjs rills- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascont Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday iQ a m Through freight rates and passenget tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GOH WILSON Supt Troubled with rheumatism Then wbr not 1o ns others have dono take lr TUsclmry Liver and Itlood Syrup and bo cured Buy your r SchoolSupplies from Jno D Babbage t i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 19 iooJ IRVINGTON Frank Geenwood of Holt is here- withf Fank Carter t Dan Walla and family lent last t week fur Mitchell Ind i Mrs Hteve Bryants mother Mm Mattingly is very sick f W Green Bandy lost the best horse he had Cause unknown Rev E K Shnltz the Sandy Hill pastor was here Saturday Miss Maggie Carter has gone to Cloverport for an indefinite stay 1 1Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain go to the St Louis fair this week Gus Bryant and family lett last week to mane their home in Oldhain countyAlbert Marshall wife and baby came down from Guston last week to relativesMrs Moorman of Brandenburg came down Sunday to visit her son Dr L Moreman Dr Moreman Earl Bennett and Mrs F H McGehee returned from St Louis Sunday Miss Eula Stith has returned to Lou- Isville after a three weeks visit I to Mrs W E Brown Mrs Edinoma Perrin recently of I Chicago will he the guest of the Mc Glothlaus this week Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver of Louisville supped oil en route home from the St Louis fair Misses Edith Marshall Eva and Ma bel McUlothlan and Lillie McUlothlan go to the St Louis fair this week Rev Hynes our newly appointed Methodist minister very ably titled his regular appointment here Sunda Will bo ut Hnrdinsburg Oct 17 for four Buys and ut Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent ist Master Ben Abe Roach celebrated his second birthday Oct 17 with quite a number of newly formedI friends Rev BdvvHrd Graves leaves Satur day for Pftunoah to attend a meeting of the Synod of the Presbyterian church Worland Carter and family spent several pleasant days in Garrett visiting Mrs Carters brother Walter Thompson Cliff Mattiagly formerly of this vicinity but now of Glendeane ws hero lust week to see old frisiids and relatives Ttte churches of our town or the town council should set aid a charity fund to be used in etsreme oases3 of unfortunates Willie Wimp who had charge of Dr Morentuna practice while he was at the fair has returned to his school duties in Louisville Mrs W E Brown and little Mary Bell Brown one mouth old Monday were among the callers at the Mc Glothlau home Out 10 RB McUlothlan has just Completed an addition to his already prett cottage on the Hill waking it one o the most attractive placer in town J F Biggs representing the Wil hoyt Candy Co of Owensboro and J W Biggs with Schnieder Tailoring Co of Louisville spent several days with their family here The Sundayschool work in this town goes steadily on Two persons from each church have neon appointed to do some special work Saturday in house to house visitation The Rev J T Lewis Is now en gaged in evangelistic work at Clover Creek church The regular fourth Sunday appointment here will be ably filled by a visiting preacner Father Zoeller and James Ring are hom from Vine Urove where they have been under the treatment of Dr Latham They spen in highest terms R 1 Allers of was Do you like your thin rough 1 short hair Of course you fftw1 dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why tie t Hair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads thofstory Sold for 60 yearsII mugtimeraireitorliiKI I tile lamo time proving a inlvndld dreiilnif Ilt J W TATUM Madlll hid T 0AI ed forTyell III I Weak Hair wero t r BABYS DELIGHT And flothersamfo5 utlcUr YSOAPAnd the great Skin Cure Not only are they the purest sweetest and most effective for preserving purifying and beautifying the Skin Scalp Hair and Hands of infants and children but they afford instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tired I torturingy 1 scalphumorswith loss of hair and are sure to succeed I when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cullcuri Soap Me tOIDt I nrnt Vic Hetolvent Ilk In form of Chocolate voalfdIlilt 2te per vial of eq Utpoti London T I bouMSq Part SlluedeUlalii IJorton 1111 COIHrubulIAv Potter Drug k Them Corp Sola Props I OTSwd for AU About baby rhhla Stall and salt f of his course of treatment and are greatly benefited b theft stay at his sanitarium Will be at Hardiiislmrg Oct 17 Iforfour dnys and at Irvington Oct 21 and 22 Dr J C Bush dent it Mr and Mrs Manly Roach extend I many thanks to the good people of Irvingtou for so many kindnesses ands attentions during the illness of Mrs Hoacli and ouby Mrs Roach is some whet itupove l but the aby iin still quite sick Grandmother Agnes celebrated her seventythird milestone Monday at the home of her son Rev Hynes tike leaves shortly for a visit to her datigh tor Mrs Brown near Ekron She hRS Buffeted from a broken arm and fractured hip end IS not yet able to get about without the aid of crutches BIG SPRINU I Miss Sallie Clarkson is here visiting ties Amanda Jlarkson visitf ing Mutt Daisy Meador Miss Lill Clarkson went to Louis j vile Friday to visit friends Miss Georgie Harrell of Cecilia is visiting Miss Hortense Miller James Harned was in the city last week with some loge and cattle Foster Lyons of Custer was here Friday to see Miss Hortnnse Miller Mrs John H Meidor is visiting her sister ifrh Eskridge in Owensborc Miss Lady Clarkson is visiting her sister Mrs Hnngerland in LouIs- ville Raymond Moormau was at Grove land Tuesday the guest otltles Bertie Willett il Joe Burnett ot Owensboro was here last week visiting his uncle T MoormanDr Geo Drury and L M Rusael appraised the persona property A R Morris deseasedluat j FridayII Mrs Mill ward ot i here visiting her daughter Mrp John D Meador returned home Fri dayMr 1104Y ot Oaktown Inu was hero last week and purchased lIbontI hundredlbead of stock hogsjind several head of cattle Miss Zeima Strother and Miss Myr Moorman have returned from St Louis with Mr and Mrs Geo Cas perke of Brandenburg GARFIELD Jess Cashman of Raymond visited j e family of Tom Gregorv lust week Guy Crist and Elmha Simmons of I Long Grove are visiting friuda and ves here Mranl Mrs SJ Gray have return home after a lengthy visit to Bar nnd Gravson counties l June Shacklett and sister of Ekronl here to attend the Compton Richardson wedding Monday tlii Protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist ohnrch the tint Sunda night in November Rev J T Lewis will assist Rev English Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory and daughter Mrs Leigh V W Hmith and wife and Hawkins smith attend ed the burIal of their grandmother Mrs Amanda Smith at Hardinsbnrg last week UNION STAR retnrnedd home from a week at the WorldsFair Mrs P D Hawkins and daughte- attended church at Stephenspnrt Sun dayMrs D H Richardson and daugh ter Miss Sarah were in Louisville several days last week shopping- Mr and Mrs P M Beard and children were the guests of Mrs D S Richardson Sunday and Monday Mrs J Haynes and daughter and Miss Mary Bnsham attended church here Sunday and were guests of Mrs J J Severs Rev Giboons preached nis first ser mon here Sunday morning and even ing He wasjjssisted by Rev Hoskin son our former pAstor A Vegetable With a Pedigree Of all the plants used for food there Is none which hits been so long known or has had so to say so distinguished a lineage as asparagus Its record in fact reaches back to almost the come mencement of authentic history ax it is mentioned by the comic poet Cru Units who died about 425 B C and was n contemporary of though slightly older than Aristophanes Among the Itomaus also the tasty vegetable was held in high esteem Cato the elder not the gentleman who was of opinion Unit Plato reasoned well but his greatgrandfather whoI insisted upon the destruction of Cur thagc fwd who was born 24JJ B C wrote a work which is still extant Do He Kustlca mid in It he truants lit length of the virtues mind proper cultl ration of aspantgus Pliny also In his Natural History about 00 A DI has much to say on the subject Of all the productions of your garden he feelinglyI observes your chief care will be your asparagus and he do votes several chapters and parts of chapters to its ninny beneficent quail ties and the best modes of raising it Chambers Journal Indian Mntlipm mid Doll When nil Indian girlI dies her mother often siibstltutos a doll for her lost lit tie one Sir lills the empty cradle with feathers tirrangeil lu the form of the Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to 1y the regular free premiums to m vote The 2cent stamp cov IIone our to you ljthat your estimate is recorded V You can send as many estU mates as desired child and carries this around with her andycaressing it as she would her loving child If she does not do this she tics in a tlttit bundle the toys clothes and arm lets which belonged to her little one and fastening this to the cradle board carries it as she hind formerly done her child The Ojibways call these unlucky dolls because they represent the dead The reason the Indian mother carries her doll in this pathetic way is be cause she thinks that the little dead child is too small to find its way to paradise By substituting the doll it will help along until the dead baby inns grown large enough to make its way to the spirit lurid alone At least this believesrAnlmnl Arithmetic A certain Mr Tlnlotleft was tine happy possessor of a dog that was able to calculate with precision One day having been fed a large platter of chicken bones he found twentysix left over when his appetite was antis fled These he proceeded to bury care fully in different places as all dogs do The due following he dug up and ate twentylive went to sleep suddenly woke up apparently with something on his mind hesitated a moment dug tiP his twentysixth bone ate it and went to sleep this time soundly Birds count well They usually know the number of eggs they mire hatching Here is something odd A half tamed nightingale was always given three beetles as a sort of dessert II he received but two he waited Impatiently for the third If three were given him he ate them up arid Hew toII without waiting for more Rose singe Ice Cretin An amusing break once occurred in a production of Camllle at the old Walnut Street theater in Philadelphia In those days sea Island cotton was stage leo cream just as molasses mind water was make believe WllleshctII or port according to the proportion of molasses Ariimml mural Camllle were at table where they had been discussing such viands as these and their dialogue was making the finest sort of an impression on the crowded house Kilter a mall lIservant with candelabra of the wab bllest sort Imaginable The scene was so engrossing that the timid was hard ly noticed by the audience but when she had set down the candelabra be tween the unfortunate Camllle and helIlover mil one candle toppled over null set the ice cream in a blaze the nerv ous strain upon the Incase was broken and the entire audience burst into a roar of laughter that brought dowuthtJJ curtain Hi rpers Weekly II Owen Sell ton and Tas Mason return ed Saturday from the St Louis fair n Grand of will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee Drew In Japan Between the sexes in Japan there is very little difference in the male tea tures of dress and little children are only beautiful little miniatures of their parents more gayly sad richly dressed Under his kimono a man of the upper class wears a sort of kilted divided skirt something approaching the na ture of trousers This is called the hnkoma and is always made of stiff silk A woman wears Instead an un der kimono Both sexes wear two little aprons round the loins called koshlmakl and a sort of shirt called the susoyoke Tine narrow sash worn by a noun Is not an item of great Importance for although it is always made of rich silk it is not so much for show as for use to keep the kimono in place Girl and the Oltl School A ruling for n New Haven school made in 108t rends And nil girls be excluded as improper and inconsistent with such a grammar school as ye law Injolns and Is the deslguo of this set tlement One Benjamin Mudge a- New England schoolmaster of mnhy years service Inns left the following Interesting memorandum In all my school days which ended In 1801 I never saw but three females In public schools In my life and they were only in the afternoon to learn to write Mr Mudge neglects to say however that the girls were permitted not only to tine writing lessons but they were also privileged to attend the general annual catechising t or Organ Grimier IIo feel bitterly confided of the great poet to her sis ter tuft I would have been happier Svlth mi organ grinder Then we could at least pass tine hat around unabash ed The pride that goes with great gifts too often walks hand In hand with starvation to satisfy an ordinary woman New Orleans TimesDemo erat HIM Cane Hopple There are at least n thousand good reasons why I should marry her Well what are they First because I want to told she herself Is the other 090 Town Top- Ics Nil Fnlth In the old AilnKc Do you believe that practice al ways makes perfect No It hasnt made anything but n row ever since that idiot upstairs commenced with ink II ute Mrs W H Bowmer and daughters Miss Marian Mrs Hugh Atkinson of Chicago and Mrs Chus K Minary and little son Billie were the guests- of Mrs Jell Sterett at Hawesvillo last Wednesday I GASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of a LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums Have Awarded 20 I be ilWe p p contes1J of acknowledgment First Prize 500000 our What will be the total popular vote castUIfor President votes for all can k dilates combined at the election t 1 rInr for President For nearest correct esti tii Comjjf At i1 w mprizeI second prize to the next nearest etc as follows etolIIII r 1 First Prize J2600OO1 Second Prize 100000 y 2 Prizes5500O0 each 6 Prizes 2OOOO 100000fjr 10 1OOOO lOOOOO 20 Prizes 5OOO 10000050 Prizes 2000 100000250 Prizes 1000 250000 N 1800 Prizes 500 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL J2OOOOOO 1 i I How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks i1 t Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with It you will be suited and tconvinced there is no other such value for the money Thenrou wilt take no otherand thats why wo advertise And we are using our advertising money so that both of usyou wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion heads I WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZESyComplete Detailed Particulars In Every Package oftt ti LION COFFEE I WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO = r JI I BCNFVOLCNT ASSOCIATIONS IOf America Use Peruna For AI Catarrhal Diseases Mrs Henrietta A S Marsh President Womans Benevolent Association of 821 Jackson Park Terrace Voodlawn Chicago Ill says- I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks and nothing helped mo until I tried Poruna 1 felt at once that 1 had at last secured the right medicine and kept steadily improving Within three weeks I was fully restored Henriettas 1ASMaLa Grippe is epidemic catarrh Pern na is of national fame as a sure cure for catarrh in all phases and stages- If you do not dnrivo prompt and satis i factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hrtman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad Tlce gratis Address Dr Ilartman President of The tlnrtmau Sanitarium Columbus O PARABLE ON TOBACCO- my II B Sherman Then shall the Kingdom of Sa tan be like a grain of tobacco seed which is indeed the least of all seeds and when cast into the ground grows to be a largo ugly nasty green weed and becomes the habitation of large ugly ins ty green worms And it camo to pass that the sons of men did rob these worms of their diet by pluck ing the leaves thereof and they did press the leaves into plugs and they did chew the plugs in their mouths and they were seizedwith violent spitting and they did spit on ladies carpets and some did oven defile the house of the most high God with their violent spitting Others cunningly wrought the leaves into rolls and they set one end thereof on fire and they did smoke the rolls in the mouths and the smoke of their torment ascended up forever andever Others ground the leaves into fine powder and they did snuff the powder up their nostrils and they were seized with tits and they did theydidmighty sneeze And it tunic to pass that the Lord God looked on the sons of men and said why this foolishness and waste Put this evil from you and I will bless you and you shall be my people and I willtyour God Then did the sons men with one accord raise up their voices and say Oh Lord do bless us but we can not cease from our chewing piffling and snuffing Satan said Amen CrM I II 1 DrJCBushiJ q I mDENTIST mtftt I mII1ft 1 gHardinsbvrgg 1I YImonth for four days =I W mifIrvington Friday and Saturday of sameIDIDi Vwfek tlf I = fi- 1Vt11 l f i be prepared to do all kinds of uptodateII dentistry IIJ ri I ra t a a r