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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4i 5 r a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1904 8 Pages NO 15 AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF E IINEWS FROM HARDINSBURG County court last Monday Circuit Court adjourned Thu rsday a l Lee Bisnop is painting the city hall1I y Judge N MCcMercer spent Sunday at Irvington Wash Buck of Webster was 1 in town Monday Clande Mercer was in Louisvillel the first of the week Gus Brown and Hal Murray were fin Cloverport last Friday Col D R Murray is attending court at Owensboro this week Preston Ford Is visiting his mother Mrs Mary C Ford Thomas J Moore spout Sunday Ulendeano the guest of friends tins Shellman was in Louisville last week buying goods for his store Judge Matthias Miller and Cy Mlle left Tuesday for the Wolrds Fair I Maroin J Thomas has moved ht barber shop around on Court square J afx Bewleyville the guest ot his parents Mrs S A Pate was the guest of Mrs Mary Oelze at Cloverport last week I The parsonage of the Southern Methodist church has peen fully re paired Miss Margaret Baser way the goes of relatives in HanoDck county last weekJames Miller and family have re turned home from a visit to the Worlds Fair The Rev Everett English tilled I his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday John D Shaw and Franklin Kinch eloe spent Sunday at Union Star the guest of friends Clayton Beard and John Tenninger lett Tuesday to spend a week at th t Worlds Fair Mr Edmunds of Louisiana is visit sister Mrs Mary C Ford and 1inlIhisrelatives f W S Ball returned home Saturday from Louisville where he had been Attending Grand Lodge Fred Moorman has sold his farm lying near town to John Osborne The consideration wits 1100 Paul Compton has bought of Char- leBEWLEYVILLE I William J Stith Jr is married Moorman Hardaway is at home for a weeks vacation Jss Payne was home Sunday looking wnusueally well Ovel ton Blauford left Saturday for Yellow Springs Ohio W H Caiujr has finished gathering apples He had a fine crop Mr and Mrs John Bandy and son ofr Iowa are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Z T Stith spent lastl weekvisiting relatives in Louisville Y lfFrank Stith came down Snturday n ghIto spend Sunday seeing friends Wade Rigsby and WillPaul of Louis yilleipjnt Sty sty with Mr and MJ G P Paul 1 Robert and Genie Triplett Messetia Anderson and David Hardaway are allI ill of typhoid fever The ladles of the W F M S have decided to hold tbeir meetings at their homes during the wiuter John Cox who has been ill so long i well enough to be going among friends i1andattended church Sunday itMr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman ofr Brandenburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs Cbas Drury Sunday Hon Chas Hlanford shipped eleven fat cattle to the city Tuesday andspentl the week attending Grand Lodge Phelps Walker and Ina McCoy hove returned from the Worlds Fair They were gone a desk and the school had a1 holidayDr Miss Zelma Slrother andI their company Mrs Larue and Miss aP Smock at Had envl11e attended church were Sunday and took dinner with Mr sand Mrs Chas Blanfo- rdTRIPLETTANDERSON Jlewlevvllle hyOc2JSpeciaLR- obert 1 Triplett and Miss Maude Anderson were married last Wednesday in the afternoon Mrs Anderson and Mrs Triplettgave them a supper gave the unfair dinner Thursday +Miss Maria Watkins who has been visiting relatives here went to Owne- n boro Saturday morning i Scott his dwelling on Third Street The consideration was 1000 Wm Beanchamp has purchased of Paul Compton nis residence on Mats street The consideration was Boo Abe Meadpr representated Western Star Chapter No 20 at the meeting of the Grand Chapter in Louisville last week Misses Thin Mercer and Lillie Scott were the guests of Mr and Mrs WR Miorman at Glendeane a few days last week Dennie Sherran has bought the Winchel farm lying near town on the Hartford road It is said he will use it atas a stock farm Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven and Misses Alice and Margaret Baker are spending this week at St Louis vis sting thb Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs James Shellman and Starsspent Sunday here the guests of Mr IShellmantMr Morris Eskridge accompanied by his daughters Misses Clara andI Addle K and Miss Lelia McGary left Tnedsar for St Louis to visit the Worlds Fair The Rev Dan Shacklett assisted tby Rev J T Lewis cf Irvington is conducting a protracted meeting at Clover Creek church Much interest is being manifested I I J H Liennin who represented the J local council at the meeting of the Grand Council in Louisville last week says it was the largest meeting of masons ever bald in the state i Lnmmie it McGill is the champion hunter of the year so far He killed fifteen blue winged ducks down at the Lakethe other day with only j thate J Richard Beard prized the priming leaves of his tobacco shipped it to Louisville and received 7 per hun dred It seems certain that tobacco t will command a higher price than it did labt year 1Taylor Beard agent for the New York Life Insurance Company was 3 in dtephensport last week and paid to J Mrs B C Deiokman the amount of I htjr decel sed husbands life pohcyJJ s with that company MISS WALLER MARRIED Miss Adeline Rebecca Waller of Morgaufield and Mr Thomas Conlin Hntohmson of Evansville were marred Wednesday of last week at the Methodist church in Morganfield Tne welding was a most brilliant one The color scheme was of white and gold and was carried out in detail in the decorations Miss Waller is wellI romembejed here having visited Mr tt- r ana Mrs Charles Skillman of this place Mr and Mrs Hntchiuson left t Morganfield for New York from whence they will sail for Bermuda where they will remain several weekss returning to Evansville to reside A Sliver Quarter Will buy a good want things The best way to spend it is for Parucampb First Aid to the Injured You not Lonly get your moneys worth but you get an instant relief for Cold in the Head or Chest and Nssal Catarrh Paracamph takes away that stopped up feeling soothes the inflamed membranes and removes the conges stion DIED NEAR FORDSVILLE William Bellamy one of the best farmers in Onio county died at his 1 home near Fordsville Oct 11 He had typhoid flux He was in his forty 1 fifth year and leaves a wife and two children 1 Pill Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or iconstipaiion you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the I liver and rid the system of all bile I without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken j but pleasantly give tong and strength- to 1 the tissues and organs of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by All I Druggists 100 BUSHELS TO ACRE Mr J A Gillison writes from Prince ton Ind that be is gathering corn and that the yield is 100 bushels to the acre Little Miss Jessie Kathrine Plank wisp haa been the guest of the homesin Oweusboro Friday night t SUDDEN DEATHS Mrs Jack Harris Near Tarfork Hillary Smith Near Town Mrs Wm Tate Dead Mrs Jack Harris died very suddenly Saturday night at her home in the Tarfork neighborhood She had been an Invahd for years but was in her usual health when death came The interment was at Stephensport where Mrs Harris was born and rear ed Mrs Harris was formerly a Miss Ralley She was twice married Her first husband was Elijah Board A large number ot children by both husbands survive Mrs William Tate died Sunday night at her home in the McUavoc neighborhood Death is beleived to have been due to a complication of diseases The fnneral and interment took place Mondav morning at Toblns port Ind Mrs Tate was formerly a Miss Payne and her home was near Canneiton Ind She is survived by her husbana six children and a number of other relatives Hillary Smith the elevenyearold son of Tas Smith who lives near town on the Hardinsbnrg turnpike died Monday atternoon at 3 oclock of appendicitis after an illness of only a few days He was taken ill Thursday night Appendicitis devel oped Sunday night nod Dr r E Kincheloe of Hardinsbnrg was call ed in consultation with the attending physician It was decided not to per form an operation as the young boywas too weak to stand it The funeral was held yesterday and the interment was at the Hawkins graveyard ff ENTERTAINED = Mr and Mrs S P Conrad gave a fish fry Tuesday night in honor of Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorgho Ky and Miss Zillah Bates of Haw esvllle The fry was given on the river bank near Breckenridge Ad dition and the party had a fine time Those invited were Misses Kato Oglesby irate Plank Ethel Oelze JOPIO Bait Gecrgla White Annie Hambleton Zillah Bates Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad Walter Oleze Ed English Mr Hilts and Mr Ed Oglesby Miss Ethel Oelze entertained Informally in honor of Mmses Bates and Hambleton one evening last week Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all cases of Cough Croup 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 inflamma ion heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure 1te giving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by All Druggists 1 WORLDS FAIR VISITORS 1 Misses Lilly Mabel and Eva Mc Glothlan Edith Marshall Mr and Mrs G T Marshall Mrs Ernest H nierson Mrs Leah Pate Miss Anna Payne and Roy Wimp Irvington Ada I Kendall Webster Clayton Beard Morris ESkridge and daughters Clara and Ada Misses Alice and Maggie Baker Lelia McGary Nqnnte Board Mrs Jeff HOOK Mrs Sam Pate Frank DoHaven and tvifeHnrdinsbnrgjRoht Wentherford wife nail baby darned 1 Robt Ohambliefl Mrs Frank Wilson Mrs Stall Ventrpss Miss Mollfe i Smith Warren and Eddie Smith 1 Falls of Rough L U Tnul Rnine and Leo Hnrdette J N Chancellor Tar ForK John Henninger West View i Broke Into Ills liouseIS Le Qninn of Cavendish VtI was robbed of his customary health byI invasion ot Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life P11U broke into his house his trouble was ar rested and now he s entirely ouredI Theyre guaranteed to ears 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store DEATH OF INFANT Irvington Ky Oct 6Special Bulah the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Manly Roach died Sunday The remains were entered at the fam ily burying grouna near Falls of Rough D unerM exercise were conduct ed bv Rev Hutson at tne home of Mr and Mrs Roach THE CANDIDATES ForCongress From Fourth District Engage In Two Joint Deba tes in Meade County Brandenburg Ky Oct 95Spe- cialDr Ben Bruner of Hart county Republican candidate for Congress from the Fourth district and D H Smith his opponent engaged in joint debates at Andyville on October 20 and at Unston on October 21 Both lore brilliant orators and the debates were very stirring Dr Bruner riddled the argument made by MrSmith as easily and com pletely as he did that of the Hon South Trimble at Brandenburg on October 15 It seemed to be Mr Trim bles aim to discuss negro domination and negro equalitythose old Democratic standbys ana to viciously abuse President Roosevelt Doubtless thatrAirTrimblesces in the way of vote getting for he preterred to discus the tariff at great length and carefully avoided the negro question Mr Smith came to Brandenonrg Friday night to speak as per appoint ment but failed to do so as the weather prevented his having an audience Smith At McDaniels Hardlnsburg Ky Oct 211Spe- cialHon D H Stnithof Hodgenville candidate fcr reelection as congressman from this district was in town Monday He was on his way to Me Daniels where he speaKS today BRYAN AND SHAW Wm Jennings Bryan after eight days continuous speaking in Indiana spoke Thursday night in Louisville in the interets of Parker and Davis to one of the largest public meetings ever held in that city Secretary Shaw will speak in Lou isville ou November 1 in interets of the Republican patry Mr Shaw ana Senator Fairbanks will spend one hour in Louisville tonorro- wMINISTERS MEETING The discussions each aay will be both interesting and instructive at the BrecKenridge Baptist Ministers meeting which convenes at Walnut Grove church on next Friday and everybody is invited to come and bear them LOUISVILLE MARKET Choice to prime castle are bringing from 4 40 to 4 75 on the Louisville market this week best hogs200 pounds and up 5 40 best fat sheep 2 75 to 3 25 best shipping lambs 5 to 5 50 CORRECTION Through an unintentiona error it WitS stated in last weeks News tnat Mrs J T Patterosn was a member ot the Baptist church for nearly fifty years It should have been the Meth odist church EXCITING GAME An exciting game of baseball was one olayed between Troy Ind and Toblnsport Ind Sunday afternoon the score being 5 to 4 in favor of the team from the latter place BEAT NEGRO WOMAN Henry Vale ntine colored was fined 10 and costs in police court Monday morning for beating Mary Richard sun a negro woman ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL The great onslaught of the Japs against the Russians with shot and shell and hot cannon balls is not more fierce and destrnotivo than the powerful volley of hot words burning witn truth of history hurled into the teeth of the HonRD H Smith by his opponent Dr Brnner in their joint debates last week in Meade county We really felt for Dave who squirmed like an eel made wry faces and felt that he was getting the bot end of the debates Davo bas been having his own way in this district for the past ten years but in Dr Brnn er he has more than a match The debates were along high lines respectful and courteous and instructive to the voters Breckenridge county and Brecken ridge county tobaccos have received worldwide advertisement in tbe bronze medals just awarded to the B F Beard Tobacco Co of Hardinsburg and P Sheeran Bros Ss Co of Kirk All honor to these enterprising firms o au s T oxt a JSL Bears YOU Ha e Always Bought illgu or thU Good Health to the i ehildren Children especially arefond of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a powderRoyal in the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc andwhat is more important renders the foodwholesome and agreeable Co youngIandold ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK PICKED UP I We overheard a man make this re mark on the train the other night just after he left Irvington I have travelled over nearly all tne roads in the country from Muine to California and 1 never run up on a better lunch counter than that man had in there It in such glean and nice home cooking Chicken cooked just like my mother used to conk it No other people in the country put up so nice a lunch as do Mr and Mrs Jonas LyonsHenry C Lake has put tip a black smith shop at Rockvale Reuben Wright of Fordsville is the smith Dr Rodgers of Askins says Everything for Roosevelt down hereGrand Lodge delegates W M Powers Pellville Charlie Moorman Cloverport J G BlacKford Lew s port Jake Meserve and son Ernest Hawesville J b Baker Floral Ben Hardin Ensor A C Heron Bewley villeJohn G Truman ot Colorado is visiting his old home in Fordsville Mr Truman went to Colorado 22 years ago aud this Is hi hrst visit home M 11 Jarboe and Mrs Robt Spen cer of McDaniels were en route to Louisville Thursday Rev S Bramlette of Mineral Kan is visltnig his brother Mr J K Bramlette at Irvington Mr Bram lette is seventyfive years old but he dont look to be over fifty He is hale and hearty and as lively us a cricket He moved away form here twentyfive dears ago and when a boy He used to go to Hardins mill with his turn of corn and to old man Phil Llghtfoots tannery ne sr Harding burg to get leather to make his shoes He says hn went to school with Judge Milton Board He attributes his long years and good health to steady habits and hard work I have never been an idle man and am a hard worker when at home Joe Green Anderson is a prosperous farmer ot Monde county Hes got no kick coming Tunes are good with him he saysand he dont want any change He says Seventy pigs came to my house in five days first day of June to 5th They will weigh now 50 to 100 pounds I am feeding 00 hogs have five Hereford heifers a Hereford bull that will weigh 3100 pounds and the prettiest animal you ever saw I also have eight acres of winter oats and 15 acres ot rye a foot high and live at home with the best wife you ever saw Mr Anderson is a gold bug Democrat and will vote for Roos evelt simply for the reason hesays that he dont want any change in the administration Its good enough for him Pierce Hardaway sold to Taylor Dow lllast week a pair of Gyear old mutes 10 hands high for 300 He raised them on his farm near Bewley ville Pierce is a breeder of fine Duroc Jersey hogs and says he has demand for all he can raise at good prices IThe Hon Gus Richardson says he heifer cows and they are fine ones too The railroad killed one of them and she was worth 100 of any mans money You just say that that man Lackey was the first and only man th at ever said a word to me about those heifers He mentioned the fact that they were due me and that the commissioners ought to make me n present of them It is due you he said for the good work you have done in helping to secure that appropriation I paid no attention to the mutter he said and thought no more about it until I got nome and found that the heifers had been sent Rut it was a mistake about the freight being prepaid I paid that myself 19 was the amount Gus dont think as much of Lackey as he once did REMAINS SHIPPED The remains of an infant child of Rev and Mrs J F Vines formerly of this city were removed from the city cemetery yesterday and shipped to Jefferson City Tenn Rev and Mrs Vines resides at Knoxville Tenn where Rev Vines Is pastor of a flap tlst churchWEDDINGS Mr P R Payne and Miss Irene Moorman prominent young people were married Tuesday at the Baptist church at Harned Mr Orville Frank of near Hardins burg and Mis Effie Pate of Matting ly were marrid at the brides home Thursday CONDITION UNCHANGED The condition of M Hamman who has been seriously ill for several weeks as the result of a stroke of paralysis is practically unchanged AT BRANDENBURG Governor J C W Beckham will speak at Brandenburg on November 1 in the interest of Parker and Davis Xo 1lncc Vow the Cow A yomg woman of great perhaps too great sensibility begged to be ex cused from visiting an aunt who lived hi an old fashioned house where pic tures of u certain period were in evidence There Is nn engraving of a blacksmiths shop In the dining room sold sub hysterically You cant ex pect me to out my dinner there I smell the hoofs A similar criticism camo from one who suffered not from overreflnoment but from something quite different She was a woman of recently acquired wealth who says the New York Trib une went Into nn art gallery and ask ed for u painting of a certain size- I here Just what you want said the denier lIe showed her a beautiful animal painting but she looked at It for a few minutes nnd then shook her head It wont do she said I want this picture for my drawing room But its n beautiful thing ventured thedealerNot n drawing room announc ed the woninn conclusively You couldnt have n cow In a drawing room I g r T FY MMI 7 News and Farm and Firesidet 1 Both One Year for 100 AND FIRESIDE is issued twice a month twentyfour numbers a year and has from 20 to 32 large pages FARMi issue it is profusely illustrated with halftones It is the best farm and home journal in America IIIeachThousands of dollars are expended annually for expert advice for the farmer dairyman stockraiser poultryman i I fruitgrower and gardener It has departments for the good housewife fashion pages patterns good stories puz I zles it furnishes a lawyer and doctor wit and humor columns and a young peoples department Examine thetsample copy that has been sent to y- ouOUR PROPOSITIONEvery now cash subscriber to THE BRECKENIUDOE NEWS will bo given a subscription to Farm and Firesido one year free Every old subscriber who pays his subscription to the TilE BHECKENIUDGE NEWS to Januaiy 1 1905 and one year in advance will be given a years subscription to this valuable farm paper Accept this offer today before you neglect it I INIMI 9 ail idlI I u rnr1J1rlfn 11 STUDY THE BEEF There is a possibility of farmers suc ceeding with beef production without the neoceasity of sacrificing their milk and butter breeds At present the calves on dairy farms are sold at HH early age and the majority of the farmers go on the market and buy their dairy cows in so doing also failing to have good stock at any tune The temptation offered by better prices will induce them to retain their calves and endeavor to improve with the beef breeds 1Vell bred calves of the beet breeds whenLyears is considered ample time to turn out a good animal in the market for beef Som cattle have been known to average a gain of two more pounds per day from birth to that is steers 080 trays marketI weighed 1200 pound Threeyearod steers have made gain of 100 per day during late and when poundII ed would average two third of their live weight Farmeis who use grades may not accomplish such result but they how the difference between breeding for a purpose and that of I u ing all torts of Tanimnls and look u As to how and why commercial fertilizers affect plant life and there fore pay there appears to be a wide difference of opinion between the scientists The Uoverument Bureau ot Soils emphatically discredits theory that the analysis of a lar soil will reveal deficiencies in cer tain chemical constituents which can then be profitably supplied by the UFe ot commercial fertilizers containing the lacking elements and presents some cogent reasons for its skeptic ism on this toiut Prominent among these is t he fact that in no instance does the analytical chemist advise the of as munch fertilizers an is indioAtfed tobe lacking by their coiotnmial fertilizers jnoicote plant grovvtii under certain conditions tile Dnretiii admits Mud it la conduct ing experiments with a view to ascer taining the tfsccn why It is still too early to say precisely what this influence is but some startling sug gestions are advanced by the soil exert For instance they say that it appears thus fur that the chemical fertilizers usually nut on the plants rather than on the soil enabling it to absorb and digest a greater amount of plant food than would otherwise be possible piecisely as a dose of pep sin acts on the human stomach or again as a stimulant just as whiskey or nitroRlvcerine will act on the human circulation The belief is generally entertained in the bureau that the amoint of fertilizer wlinin the most lavish ex ponent of this class of farmers advo cates is too small to act on the soil or even to he distinguished in any sub sequent analysis of the soil even though the deficiency as shown by ing to the future for developments Some dairy farmers who except to depend solely upon milk and butter already have cows That are more prone to produce beef than milK It the farmer can produce animals that grow more rapdlv than those he his been keeping and also save a whole years time in reaching the market he will not neglect the opportunity and will combine beef production with that of marketing milk and butter the result being that the manure heap will be larger every year his crops greater and th moreistockges for converting hIs crops into articles that are more salaqle and which will bring higher prices and enlargedI farm ers begin breeding for wnat they want ceasing to buy their own cows and raising for themselves all animals kept on the farm they will then make a step in advance which will add largely to their productions and give thorn opportunities in the future which they have neglected in the past Ky Farmer Breeder I DO FERTILIZERS WORK HARM i i tbeI application anMlselcThat the prior chemical analysis was most marked and the application most generous Mr Harvey W Wiley chief chemist of the department of Agriculture aqrees with the analytical chemists that the proper analysis will show in what directions the soil is deficient in plant food yet at the meeting of the Association of Agriculturist Experi ment Stations last fall Dr Wiley said When a man sends me a specimen of a given soil and writes Please analyze this soil and tell me what crops I can grow on it I send him word Ask your soil itself what you can grow on it in that way asking your question direct to tho soil you can get your answer and in no other way Ky farmer Breeders One Of Many H A Tisdale of Surnrnerton a C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used Jjnt 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 wonderful remedy In bny ing Witch Hazel Salve it Is only nec essary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E 0 DeWitt Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures all rinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold bv All Druggists The Only AVny Why is Mrs Scnipploy always sitting down on her husband IJecause bats the only way she can get him to support her Cleveland Plain Dealer TWEED RING GRAFT Two Hundred Mlllioim Its Direct and Indirect Cost to New York The now courthouse was still far from complete and miserably furnished yet it had already resulted In the neat outlay of 11000000 when the most liberal estimate placed Its value finished lulu luxuriously fur nished at less than a000000 A few Items will lie suUlclent to show the scale upon which the rim had conducted Its financial pulley Forty oild chairs mid three tables had a record value off 17072900 A charge for repairing fixtures through J II Kuyser Co was 1 149S74nO Thermometers 7500 Another charge for furniture through A single Item of stationery was set down lit 1S04U011 What in heavens name could the 01 cents have paid for with stationery bought at ring ratesThen there were carpets shades and curtains also supplied by that marvelous firm IiiKersoll Co at the fairly comfortable figure of 07553444 Nor must we overlook ore U S Miller a carpenter who was set down as hav ing received 0074701 for one months work But Garvey Andrew J Garvey the plasterer Generations of plasterers yet unborn will take oft their huts to his memory Two million eight hun dred and seventy thousand four hun dred humbleitrade In the brief period of nine mouthsIt unnecnssary to go further into the details of this monster and monstrous fraud 500324083 had been paid through the single firm of In gersoll Co- Matthew J OHourke who since that time made a careful study of the citys finances states that counting trio vast issues of fraudulent bonds the swin dung of the city by wealthy tax dodg ers by franchises and favors granted by blackmail and extortion the total amount of the citys loss through the Tweed ring stands at not less than 200000000 Pearsons Weekly PROVERBS ABOUT CZARS A czar In the desert Is only a man The czar himself can get muddy if he stops In the mud Even the crown of the czar cannot cure headache Time czars crows cannot have wore than two horns A drop of water In tho eye of the czar costs tho country a great many handkerchiefs When the czar makes you a present of an egg he expects of you a lieu The czar can disturb the earth but he cannot move it from its axis The czar knows not misery because he does not live in a cabin The arm of tho czar is long but It cannot reach to the sky Tie voice of the czar has an echo even when there are no mountains The ukases of the czar arc worth nothing if God says not Amen The horse which has once been mounted by the czar neighs continually Willing in DemonHtriite Do you really believe that the proof of the pudding Is In the eating SureI Give me tho pudding and Ill prove ItSlln Antonio Express Her Intended Ada Why does Clara speakI of George na Imr intended Arc they en gaged Alice No but she Ihtends they shall be c IThis is an opportunity to secure Farm and Fireside one year free by merely paying your subscription in advance You can learn the date on which your subscription expires by examin ing the figures following your name on the address label of TIlE BRECKENIUDGE NEWS If you are already paid ahead send 100 and your time will be advanced another year I f- A dIIrYMINMWNM1Athf BREEDS 140511103e OOOOOCOOOOOOCOOOOCXXXDOC i 1 iLadyVoteri iiThe woman voter will play quite a part in the coining The campaigners are actively bidding for her a support in Colorado Utah Wyoming and Idaho Wo are looking after the women of these four States says a member of the Republican National Executive Committee as carefully as we arc the men in some of the doubtful States That indeed is a fact significant of tho future Amid national and municipal corruption tho advent of the woman e voter should be full of healthful promise It is a long step forward The condition of woman influences the morals i manners and chat acter of tho peoples of all countries So this great gift to her only in tho beginning its beneficence will bring a mutual benefit If woman shapes tho character ofIt nation she should be trusted to lend her rectifying influence to that which needs character most Some persons there are that deplore tho fact that wo men should bo connected with politics however remotely A womans sense of right and wrong is more acuto than that of a mans despite what sophists may say She is safe to decide any question wherein integrity and moral worth are concernedThe woman voter is apt to bo treated with levity in quarters where she does not possess tho franchise As a vot er she is a serious fact which will bo demonstrated during November The period of debate over this question has passed Sho is an actuality and it is not diflicult to foresee the day when this privilege of citizenship will be tho right of every American woman Tho suffrage idea has been slow of success It has been either savagely assailed bitterly travestied or grossly mis represented But the man and woman who believed it right persistedAnd being sure sho is right she will still go ahead New York Telegram OOCOCOOOOCOCX3OOCXXOOOCXXD THE NEW SERVANT Can you cook Yes mum everything IIAnd wash Yes mum II How many nights out do you wantNone Sunday afternoon No mum IlHow often do yuo soruo the kitchenTwice a week And wash tne windows II Every Friday Build a fresh fire every morning II Yes mum Do you dislike children No mum II How long were you lu your last placeFour years Why did you leave The people went to Europe How much wages do you want Eight dollars a month When can you come Tomorrow Just then a keeper from the insane asylum rushed in shouting Oh there you are I bound her hand ang foot and carried her off bodily A Word With You D3 you suffer from itching or bleed- Ing piles If so use Paracamph It is guaranteed to relieve instantly and cure Try U today If you are not satisfied your muney will be re funded BOSTON PEOPLE- Rev Robert Collycr whose long and successful ministerial career has been passed chiefly In Chicago and New York finds the complete satisfaction of Bostouiausin their city a source of amusement He says he once dreamed that he was in the vicinity of the pearly gates and saw two ladies ap proach seeking entrance Where are you from1I asked St PeterWere Moth from Boston replied one of the ladles IIWI1l1 you can come in said St Peterlbut you wont like it A variation of the same anecdote is the story of a Hostou woman who had pass ed within the gates and was taking her first look around- It is very nice 11she exclaimed very nice indeed butllthis with a sigh It isnt BostonSucces- sDIFFERENT TIMES They tell us of the kuights of old Whose deeds were chivalrous and bold Yet would not some of them have run Before a modern Gatling gun- Washlnglon Star FORTIETHWEDDIEGANNIVERSARY Thursday evening of last week a sur prise party vasgiven by a number of J friends to Mrs and Mr W H Bowinor iu honor of the fortieth anniversary of i their wedding 1 Lr II t PARKERS 1 HAIR BALSAM ClctnKi end tetutfflei the hair gmttiNever ColorCurs I OcuidUJOit DruntiU I I JOHN S CULLEY I It 1 BRICK CONTRACTOR jj Louisville Ky m i Cloverport Planing Mill OREOORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oolros Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Deata Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed I H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law HARDIN5BURQ KYitheCourtscollectingroadpractice In United States District Courts t Office over Bank jl llardlnsburg Sour StomachII No appetite loss of strength nervoUlness headache constipation bad breath 01the i cures Indigestion This new discovery repre therexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublesby linintho j Mr S S Ball of Riraniwood W Va IttI WM troubled with sour stomach for twenty i for Kodol baby cured mo and wo are now using It Matl I Kodol Digests What You Lat Bottletonly 5100 Size holdlBf 2M amesthekW- sire which soils for 50 cents r Prepared by H O PaWITT 1t 00 OHIOAfC Sold by all Druggists PONIES WIN AGAIN The Ponies the oraok Gannelton ball team defeated the Bancrofts of Eransvlllle Sunday afternoon Oct IS on the formers grounds by score of game1c1lunelton twentysix outof thirtytwo for theiwholo season k Breckenridge News VThe NESIAY October 20 1004 BEGINING LIFE RIGHT By ROT Thomas B Gregory UJj The other day a young couple out mindtoj r I lorado Springs jr Itwas a captivating idea and the f more they thought of it the more t cruel it seemed to them not to take t into the plearunt secret the brides l dearest friend The dearest friend was inforrioed of I the lovers scheme and she didnt j enthuse worth a cent The plan was a vary pretty one romantic poetical and all that but it was evident t that the dearest friend did not like it Tne dearest friend told the secret the girls father who immediately f Ito himself into a committee of one whose business it should be to hold a conference with the wouldbe elopersAnd this is what he said to them Now see here I am not opposed to your getting married but I am opposed to the idea of your running away to be marrIed The place for my daughter to be wedded is in her fath ers house What do you think of iU There was no answering an argument like that and instead of running away like theives in the night to be wedded in a strange land the young couple were married at home going afterwards to Colorado Springs for the honeymoon How much better that was than it woud have been to elope And begin their married life with a jokeI As it was the young couple began Y right and a good beginning is half of r the battle Marriage is to serious and sacred a matter to be trifled with It i i no affair fcr jokes and pranKs If there is a time above all others in our lives when we need to be supremely thoughtful earnest and dig nified it is when we stand up to be marriedThe who does not feel the full force and bearing of what I have I said is not fit to stand up at the mar riage alter It may be said Oh thats all right but it does no harm to have a Ittile fun like running away to get marriedBut does do harm to make fun of 6 anything that is sacred and of all J the things in this world there is nothing so sacred as marriage Fun is all right in its place but about ones wedding we should be mightily selfrespecting and serious duly Reeling the fact that on i is deal l l 41iiIng with the most important event in ones life The marriage that begins in farce and foolishness may end in happiness and honor but it is not near so like ly to end thus as is the marriage that starts out with becoming dignity and seriousness We cannot afford to cheapen lifes I sanctities by lowering tnem to the level of the farcical and the jocular as the young people ao when they run away to get married- It is perfectly true that they mean no harm by it but the harm comes all the same whether they mean it or not Begin the married life right then and in crder to do this get married at home if you have one Get married under the rooftree where father and mother dwell if they are still in the land of the living Dont run off like theives or rob bers to oe married in the dark as it were Marriage is the one supreme ly important event in life and tor your hearts sakes young men and women dont turn it to burlesque Denver Colorado News Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attactc 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 Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well II Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovnry as to no other medi cine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds GOo and 100 bottles guaranteed by Short Havnes Trial bottles free TOWN KILLERS Town Killers may be properly class ified as follows First those who go out of town to do their shopping 2nd those who want a quiet town Instead ot one with push and business 3rd those who imagine that they own the town 4th those who deride public sprited men Gth those who oppose everything that does not appear to benfit then Oth those who oppose everthing that does not originate with themselves 7th those who seek to injure the credit or reputation of an individual of guess guess third guess guess 50000 estimate guess 200CO sixth 10000 each 20 l25 each liS each next i 110 each next J each 492 to mf21ooo00 To In yonr following I TOTAL POPULAR for In year of of of perj of was of was 08BO Increaso ofwas of per 20 1904 will guess send In subscription It to Be to write your to take advantage of THE ANGEL 27 1004 The invaded the of Mr and Mrs Tommie and from them remaining Omar Aokley born April 10 1004 It seems sad that dear parents called to llast that had and happy seventeen and an had vonsly four Ittle ones had prayed so earnestly that the chas rod might be and this darning the of the ue spared to Omar bright and to Know him to love him but it seems brightest jewels are loaned to enough us to to love and to that of is tho Kingdom of while hearts are sad and is lonely the assur ance that is well that he is Safe in the arms of from suffering and watching and waiting papa and and the tongue that to lisp in his sweet way the God comfort broken hearts of parents as Mrs Mamie Gregory SAME STORY The report published in Louisville papers last weeK that Louisville 8 Nashville railway company had ab sorbed Henderson Route IB the same which has been rumored before and which as the past is groundless The rail road officials say nothing ot such a deal If troubled digestion try Chamberlains Stomach tablets They will do you For sale HaynesI UNNNNNNNNNNMVery Cheap Rates via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Louisville = 1520 Miss Tickets sold S1520 11Now La Vlcksburjr Miss October ll and Round trip 2Ji low rates to Intermediate I November IS Good 21 days with stop overs 1400 I All points In and Oklahoma Territories I sold 4 Corresponding andIWay I toMls5litlppl and LouisIana I 1650 j Houston Galveston Sun Antonia Ft Worth i Tickets sold Way I Texas and Oct 4 and 13 un j Los San Francisco Cal and Intermed I TIckets sold Way i lute f dully to Oct 15 Only Llno running through SpecIal Low Way and S I Personally Conducted LouisvilleExopl Hound trip Rates In effect 6 Southwest on First theaMEXICO ARIZONA and i Tuesdays In each S TEXAS gftROPQmaned BEST LINE TO SPRINGS ARK For Folders and Descriptive California New Circulars descriptive Lands in the South and through tickets to agent or addressF HARLOW D A Louisville K- yNo N OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST I Here is The List of Prizes For tho nearest correct estimate or 1000000 For the second nearest estimate or 500000 For the nearest cerrect estimate or 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate AT For the fifth nearest correct or For the correct estimate or guess For the 10 next nearest correct estimates or guesses ISO For the next nearest correct estimates or guesses bOOOO the 42 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 83000- VV For tho 100 nearest correct estimates or 100000t For tho 314 nearest correct estimates or guesses I JS 157000 prizes amounting Valuable Information aid forming estimates we furnish tho t figures The VOTE President the v was4024192t 1868 was5724688 Increase 4223 per IbTS wl1l6466165lncrenso 1294 per cent 1876 was8412133Incrcaso 3010 cent 1880 was92OJOOIncreasoJ 947 percent 1684 100UOSSIncreaso 907 per cent 1888 Mll3t of 1330 per cent 1892 12059S51lncreaso 5116 per cent 1896 was13I2302Increaso 1545 cent 1900 was13IIS9653Increaso of per cent It be Figure It out or atIt and your may mean a fortune you careful name and P O 1 1Dontt 1 fall tho 1SPECIALI PRIZES OF DEATH Sept Angel of death again home Dowell removea their only child indeed these are give up their little one blessed made their home only months they pre given up they tening stayed littln light home them was a sweet baby was Gods only earth long learn them know Such Heaven their their home they have all with Omar Jesus II freed his he is for mamma little was just learnug baby is now singing Gods praise around Great white Throne May the the only He can OLD tne the old story many times in they know with a weak and Liver good by Short I to Orleans Jackson 1300 1430 points Indian Tickets One sad points Intermediate low rates One Intermediate points i 53800 Angeles One points Ono torsion Sleepers HOT Matterol Orleans apply nearest railroad W P correct nearest 5000- 0r For guesses 1864 cent r Whist figures plainly 1 for blessed In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For the nearest correct guess received before July 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after July 1st and before July 15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after July 15th and before August 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after August 1st and before August 15th 50000 For tho nearest correct guess received on or after August 15th and before September 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after September 1st and before September 15 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after September 15th and before October 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after October 1st and before October 15th 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 2500000 Subscription Blanki Inclosed find to apply on subscription account Name w Postofflce state My Estimates of tho total vote to be iast on November 81004 fortio once of President are i V Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 t each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i c t U i fe r 4 rClov0rport Ky i AanlLnWaP Correct Silverware Correct in character design and workmanshipis as necessaryas dainty china or fine linen if you would have everything in good taste and harmony 1847 ROGERS BROS piecesforpurchased from leading dealers every where CaUlogueCL tells about the genuine International Silver Co Merlden Conn LOUISVILLE MENDER SON ST LOUIS Will Remain Independent Tempor arily Until the expiration of the voting trust nearly two years away tne pres ent relations of the Louisville Hen derson St Louis with the Louisille He Nashville are not liKely to be chang ed J Although the Louisville Henderson St Louis controls a mileage of less than 200 its value as H feeder is considerable and when the time be comes opportune there is no doubt that it will become openly a unit in the Louisville Nashville system The Louisville Henderson St Louis Kailay Co owns the line from Henderson Ky to West Point Ky and controls mileage from Henderson to Evansville and from West Point to Loin yule As at present managed the road is pratically a branch of the Louisville 8 Nashville and will continue as a subsidiary in effect until its owner ship can be vested in the Louisville Nashville This probably cannot officially take place before 1107 Interests closely identified witn the voting trustees state that the read under the direction of President AtUln Cox who Is a member of the Lonis ville Nashville directorate will this year make more than last and that the present rate of earnings means an increase to the surplus The road in the tiscal year ending June 80 last returned groso earnings of 905070 compares with a gross ot 808547 in 1003 The net were 2 G803 wnile the returnsI9t II for improvements last year was 252 as against only fl2370 the yea previous Wall Street Journal Some Seasonable Advice It may be a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at this season of the year to lay in a sappy of Chamberlains 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 can only be done by keeping the remedy at hand This remedy is so widely known and so good that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any other It IS lor sale by Short Barnes BEWLEYVILLEHeld Miss Ina McCoy has gone to the St Louis fair- flauser and Rob Morris are visiting friends In Louisville Mrs Bennett has returned from a weeks visit in the country Mrs Mose Bennett and daughter Sadie were in town Sunday Mrs Leah Pate was at home Sunday and will remain a few days Battle Lee Jolly is suffering from injury sustained by a fall Thos J Jolly as at Custer Saturday to oragnize a Society of Equity Miss Minnie Walker is in the city raking a special course in music Miss Mary Keith spent several days last week with Miss Mary Payne Moorman Hardaway will be home this wees for a vacation of ten days Please anybody who wants a first class telephone box lot me sell you one cheap Mrs Nellie Lindall left Saturday to spend n fortnight with relatives in New Albany Mrs Evelyn Hardaway David and tattle all of ont family are ill of typhoid fever Rev W A Hyues and W H Cain Jr went to Vine Grove Thursday to attend the District stewards meeting Mr and Mrs Zaok Stith will be in Louisville this weeK visiting relatives Mr Stith is attending Masonic Urand lodge Goldenrod t t NO NONNO 101010 Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 2DIRECTORS+ Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard jjZDr A M Kincheloe D S iiInsured against loss by Richardsoniit Interest paid on time N0001010NN00N100N00N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky 7000IncorporatedW 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 furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNL I THE I Fifth Avenue 1 HOTELm Louisville Ky il 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr r = H Co m The most centrally located and y- m firstclass hotel In the cltylmaklng a 1200 ratolone from tbo the district theatres and two prlnctpalII cars pass the door to all of the cltv- Everything neat and JT ir u =1004 1000110010000000110100000000000110010001104 0 + DAN BROOKS CO 11 11LIVEi STOCK fIERCHANTSrCENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY- 1010N0N00100NNN0NNNNNNN0001NNNNN 1 FRISCO SYSTEH Chicago Eastern Illinois R R Double Daily Trai11sIBETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street Statiin 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 practical and approved safety appliances Substantially constructed 1 StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J HUNSCHE Casper May Cannelton Ind Only block shopping principal Street parts clean i I with with V G ABBAG J PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m sot tling estates All collections reas Kentucky OneMinute Cough Cure I For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Ayer Pills beardI AttorneyatLaw onableCloverport Act directly on the They biliousness cure liverISold for 60 years L BUCKINGHAMS DYE ran en er mcgqim 0Fi rsitta caiu awKB i 1Ji T w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q BABBAOE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or L25 if paid at the end of year i CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cqnts per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering u change in the address subscribers should give j their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES jjWEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1904 NEXT Tuesday a week and then what no ONLY thirty days more of the Worlds Fair CAMPAIGN chestnuts like the real ones are pretty wormy IT is not Judge Parker the people dislike so much but it is the gang he has around him MR BRVANS campaign in Indiana has done one thing Made all the Republicans mad enough to vote WE admire tho man with convictions who stands for them and votes for them rather than for party IT is all over but the shouting and wholl do the shouting no man can tell But therell be shouting dont forget that IF you are an American citizen and interested in the results of the Islsomebody1 HARPERS WEEKLY said in Dec 1903 that New York must be placed in the Democratic column In its issue of Oct 22 it says Wo can see no reason now for reversal or modification pf that judgment ONLY a few days more now in which to make your guess in our Presidential contest Remember if you make the nearest correct guess you will get 10000 Renew now and hurry about it ifyou want to get in DAVE SMITH is having a good deal to say about the tariff Its robbery says he What did ho say about silver and the gold stand ard i Dave is liable to say most anything if there is a 5000 job at the end of it I THE tobacco trust and its business competitors the independents are on opposite sidos of the presidential campaign Tne price of cigars and manufactured tobacco will be the same no matter who is elected resident IT seems to us that farmers more than troy otherclass of people1 should be for a high tariff Their experience with the Wilson productsa change my good farmer 1 If you do vote fot Mr Parker and you are sure to get it IN 1900 there were 13959633 votes cast for president Tho in crease over the vote of 1896 was 26 per cent What per cent of iin crease will there bo in the good year of 1904 Go to work now and figure a little for yourself and make a guess It may mean a fortune to you Send us a dollar and your guess If you dont hit the big prize maybe you will strike one of the 500 other cash prizes THE lion David Hezekiah Smith is the loudest mouthed gold bug now on the stump How was ho two years ago 1 You well remember Why this changes Is it good for the country the Democratic party howlingforsays he will be on tho Republican platform with both feet the next campaign if it is necessary to hold his job soilinghis mestic customer is one committed by every big merchant in the United States The great department storey do not hesitate to mark down I their goods sales become wrongdoing cheaplyso earlier paid considerably more for tho same article Andabove all the workingman has no kick coming because he knows that tho essence of industrial activity is the moving off of surpluses and undo= sirablo goods I tt tI1893 eggs sold in thistown at 12 cents per dozen hens at 5 cents per pound wheat at 50 cents a bushel corn 50 cents hogs 5 cents cattle 2 to 4 cents and nIlother farm products wore down in proportion Hard times and no money was tho cry If yon want k tinkeringkindustries any change andwe dont believe1 ho wouldvote for a change if elected But hed tinker with it and tinkering with the tariff has al- wayst brought us trouble and it will do it again Mr Roosevelt says I Let the tariff alone and what ho says generally goes FROM the latest government crop report we gather that this year ewill be one of the largest yields to the farmers in tho history of tho country The total value of the corn wheat oats barley rye bUck t wheat cereals cotton and hay crops of 1001 amounted to tho enor mous sum of 2720000000 In 1902 the value of these same crops was 2784000000 and in 1903 the total value was 2755000000 This year wo have a record breaking cotton crop and next to tho largest corn crop over raised Corn and cotton arc selling at hign prices so is wheat While tho latter crop is smaller than last year it is selling for more than la bushel aidwill bring more money to tho farmer than a bumper crop The New York Commercial Advertiser says it would not be surprising if tho total value for the first time in tho history of the country reaches the 3000000000 mark And this means to the farmers und planters the most prosperous year in their history TIlE Hon Elihu Root pays the following high tribute to tho character of Mr Roosevelt Our President has taken tho whole people into his confidence Incapable of deception he has put aside concealment Frankly and without reserve he has told them what their government was doing and the reasons It is no campaign of ap pearances upon which wo enter for tho people know the goodand the bad the success and failure to be credited and charged to our ac count It is no campaign of sounding words and specious pretences for our President has told the people with frankness what be believed and what ho intended HHo has meant every word he said and tho peo pro have believed every word he said ahd with him this convention agrees because every word has been sound Republican doctrine No people can maintain free government who do not in their hearts value the qualities which have made the present President of the United States conspicuous among the men of his time as a typo of noblo manhood Come what may here come what may in November God grant that those qualities of brave true manhood shall havo honor throughout America shall be held for an example in every home and that the youth of generations to come may grow up to feel that it is better than wealth or office or power to have tho honesty the purity and the courage of Theodore Roosevelt A PALMIST was shown a wax impression of President Roosevelts left hand and hero is his impression of it Hero is a hand he says that suggests a great deal of strength of character There are determination force and marked vitijlity but the interest is more in the beginning of an undertaking than in its conclusion The mans nature is extremely kindly and generous to a fault It is obstinate beyond words if opposed and yet easily led if appealed to There is no great amount of extravagance indicated hero except on occasion and then n tendency tp overdo things A continuous failure is unknown to this Mind Knocked down it may be but only to be up ind doing and starting out on sumo fresh endeavor Thy line of success verifies the indication so strongly marked in the fato line This hand averts the con sequences of danger It runs in close relationship with it frequently but it just escapes fatal results This will always be tho case bothso far as personal dangsr is concerned and in business affairs Earlier moro egotism and selfconceit would have been added to this hand whichcould have led to signal and marked results Tho year 1904 is a signal ono for this person but its conclusion will not be as satis factory as could be desired This is interesting but not satisfactory If the palmist had only told us that certain lines lead into tho presi dency then more people would have said tho palmist know his busi noss 110PKIASVILLE ASYLUM ITllB Glenns Graphic Madisonvillc the home of Dr Gardiner is the truth No man ever run that institution on a higher plane He should have been retained and but for politics he would have been there to this day Dr Gardiner wo arc proud to say is a Breckcnridgo county man born and roared in Hardinsburg Tho Graphic says 4 It would have been more to tho credit of the state much better for the interests of the whole people of the commonwealth and many times better for the inmates of that institution if Dr T W Gardiner had been retained as Superintendent the Western Asylum at HppT kinsville Almost from the day he left that place until the present there has been a scandal of soled kind in connection with tho manage mont of that institution It seems that there are very few crimes known from that of petty pilfering or grafting up to that of seduction that has not flourished at the asylum for the past few years l Just now we do not call to mind a singlQ individual who has been connected with tho asylum in arc official capacity from tho time Dr Gardiner left there until the present who has not been chargedwith some offense against morals decency or honesty Ono set after an other has been put in position hold place for awhile only to be dis placed for another set of incompetents It is not because Dr Gardiner is a citizen of our town not that ho is a personal friend not that we are partial to him over hundreds of other good citizens but it is because while ho was Superintendent of the aylum ho looked after tho interests of both the state and of those who were intrusted to his care and management and that no one dared approach that man with a proposition that was not clean Under his administration tho grafter the crapshootor tho card player or the seducer of women noneof those were permitted to ply their nefarious vocations But the superintendent Dr Gardiner know no man politically ho only knew tho interests of the state and the people and these were guarded with jealous care ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY 3UDOE henryWFCounty Judge or Ilrccl nrld e county 8ub Ject to the action of the Democratic parry FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized to announce R Wo of Hancock county a candidate for State Senator from t1l15 tho 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock Dreckenrldgc and Meado subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Solby IT Reprcsenttlvethe action of tho Democratic party TELEPHONE MEETING Webster Ky Oct25SpeolaL A telephone meeting is called for Cut 011 Mills at 2 oclock next Saturday afternoon at which matters of Interest to several different lines will be considered CA T RZASun tb ttif- ruhtIt cGZ DRRPKEENEIIIIj IIDENTISTS OF OWENSBORRO Will be In Dr tfghtfoote office ono weoItout ofeacltimonthpropured to rtl8tryill be Here November 21 to 27 I 7 =TOBACCO SALES Recent sales of Breokenrige tobacco are as follows Eleven hhds burley at 15 75 to 4 8 fourteen hhds dark at 1000 to 3 05 live hhds at 4 40 to 315 Misses Alliene and Minnie Murray arrived here from Hardinsbnrg Satur day to be the guests of Mist Mannie White Mrs Joe Fallon went to Haweaville last Friday to visit relatives i V r Bank Of Cloverport Incorporated 1903 Capital Stock 20000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1600 1 4 C 1J1 1II Insured against loss by fire I and Burglary Wo cater to tho wants of all us with their banking business We most respectfully ask you to open an account with us if have not already done so and L let us prove to you what wo say r c t f- flAMNW t d OUR INDUSTRIES machine Shops of L H St L RR Machine Shops and Foundry Canning Factory Tile Roofing Factory Two Planing Alllls Saw f111- 1Flouring Mill Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposits 22355098 Real Estate Improvement Co American Tobacco Factory Qallaher Tobacco Co Limited rionumcnt Works The best country print shop In Ken tucky Equipped with natural gas electric lights typesetting ma chine fast presses and all modern Improvements CHENAULT Mr and Mrs Win Bevin have a very sick child Ernest Stallman left last week for the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs J 0 Brodie left Sunday for St Louis fair I Mrs Zerllda Brodie and family have moved back on the old home stead Mr and Mrs Abe Bennett went to Stephensport one day last week on businessJim and son Lucien who have been visiting relatives in Union county returned home last Tuesday Puul Gillllaud and Harvey Cunning ham left last Sunday for Louisiana where they have accepted positions on a sugar plantation- Mr and Mrs Joseph Greenwell came in from Texas last Thursday Mrs GreenweJl is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis Warren JG Harris is spending two weeks oiia visit in Canada Read This 1901DrEWiHajlSb I am 68 years of age and have suttef pd 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one WonflerHallsDiscovery gravel I feel that I am almost cured and CAn cheerfully recommen you to the publidjYours truly1fA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheu matism and ull Irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Interest Paid on Time r Deposits If 1 j entrusting you 1 WEBSTERrr Th9 npple crop IIs movIng slowly I Hollis Drane made a visit to JAn iJ vllle Sunday 1 Born to the wife of Charles Hatfield Oct 23 a soniiH 0 Keys day to attend court 0 H Claycomb is moving tohislj t l new home near town j 1ti J 0 Crntcber will take a party to 1ii the Worlds Fair this week Mrs J W Lewis of Brandenburg is visiting at J M Herndons Thos Payne and wife of Bewley VIne visited here last Sunday 1 Mrs Allen Pointer returned last Sunday from b visit to Louisville Ab Bullock of Garfield was here Monday on the hunt of crosstie tine beri4The box party at the schoolhouse last Friday night was a signal tailwfl rtslare L D Addison and family of Ad dison visited John Lyddan last SanJl dayWe I are assurad of the fact that we will have three new telephone lines shortlyThe rock crusher here still runs regularly and gives employment to many laborers Mrs H 0 Keys went to Raymond Monday to see her sister Mrs Hall who is seriously ill win Drane of Louisville visited J his mother Mrs J T Drane at Olif ton Mills last Sunday Mack Payno hall leased the Moii Glothlnn farm of Mrs Jas Skillman and will move soon More houses are needed here Fami I lies are compelled to board because there are no houses to rent I i Jas Witt and wife attended church at Walnut hove last Sunday and were tile guests of J E Payne Mrs Frank Hall of Raymonawho has been seriously ill lora m3nthr is reported to be greatly worse a i J B I Gibson has given his real4 I denee a new coat of paint which haBJ 1 t added greatly to its appearance 1 1i MISS Alma Orendorf and Mrs Gola Weatherford went to Harned Monday to attend the PayneMoorman wedM1 I J1 fling 7 ii Uv 1 Miss Ada B Henderson Boodmpahi ed by Adie Kendall went t6 Bar lns burg Snndayto visit Miss Lala f k McGary Miss Ethel Beard has been compell i iI ed to discontinue her school at Clifton Mills for a few weeks on account of Illness i Among the new arrivals not reporttiheretofore we report the arrival led a son at the homes of H B Parks and J M Herndon Misses Norrls Kurtz and Nan Lyd I dan go to Owensboro this week to I attend the marriage of their friend t Miss Mary Barritit COOCXXXDCIOOOOOCOOCXXOOOOCOOI o ATTENTION TAXPAYERS s 11 THE 1004 City Taxes have been duo since y 1jj- l 1 and as it is only a short while until a penalty of 6 per cent will be added tq all unpaid bills I hereby notify all persons agentsforand save this extra cost Remember that Inm + CityTreasurerlections Very respectfully j MARION w WfiATDEJtffOLT J CITY TAX COLLECTOR Cloverport KyJ Qgfc S 1QA fI r- rr i w YTLI Hiwilldays of misery and enable him to cat Whatever he wishes They prevent 1 SICk HEADACHE- cause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite i DEVELOP FLESH 1andsolid muscle Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute ffThe Breckenridge News I j WEDNESDAY October 21 1001 il Subscribe for the NEWS 4 Boiled ham EnghshKltchen Thread 4 cents stoolPophaul Bros Mince meat English KitchenlJ r New Mothers OatsEnglish Kltoh en t jJ Z Bulk roasted coffee 15 cents IbPopr yj ham Bros pNew pickles sweet and soar English Kitchen Ii A A LaHeist of New Albany is in the city- Sheating paper 00 cents per roll Pohain BroshGeorge Younger spent Sunday inJJ i t Hawesville t Stove pipe any size 10 cents join trPopham Bros BoydJI girlIcents ID Popham- II Bros 1 Fresh Hamburger steak English KitchenS EvansvilleVHorace Jennings was at the St Louis fair last weeK Fisk frys =English kitchen Northern potatoes 70 cents per bu Popham Bros 4L Mts James Skillnan went to S Louisville SundayMAU kinds of canned goodsEnglish Kitchen Cream of Wheat two packages for 25 centsPopham Bros c Jus R Skillman came up from Owensboro last Friday i Mrs R N Hudson was in Louis v ville one day last week 0Castle Rook salmon two cans for 25 ih centsPopham Bros er l fMrs Janny Ferry was in Louis fiville last week visiting relativessr Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs Fraize i JT FisJF frysEnglish Kitchen 1Frtlstl oysters English Kitchena Mrs Joseph Harpole left Saturday morning for her home in Louisville I i Mrs Lizze Gear and mother Mrs Wells went to Loui87ilfe lastweek Chas Fallon was in the East Jast week In the interest of J pNolte Bro J r Miss Grace Plank returned Saturday i from a short visit to relatives in j Owensboro Mrs May Fright and Miss Mande Polk were the guests of fdendsinIJ 1 Haweaville IJstweeksf t EC Byrne Severs and Mr Wood were herec from Louisville SundRY the I guests of Mrs Dr H Savers t William Bowmer of Louisville spent Saturday and Snnday with his of IJtv Hovious Rafferty and John Allen Murray left last Wednesday for a i peeks visit to the Louisiana Purchase TSxpositlon jnMrsi John Burkand daughter S Eleanor and sous Bowmer John and jrt Stevens of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer SHYLOCK ji I rvhoiaI wanted a pound of human fleshThre are m a n y piV Shylocks now the convales i v cent the consumptive the LL flsickli x jj i k womanVall want human flesh- i i and they can get ittake i f Scotts Emulsion i Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle feeds the nerves strengthens I the digestive organs and they 1 1 feed the whole body rF yearsrrI great giver of human flesh I We will send you a couple of f V ounces free T ti SCOTT 1 BOWNB CheraUt Pf41 P raUwY 1 1 I w r a 4 Fresh oysters English Kitcnen I Miss Carne Tucker was in Hawes vale last wfttjk Miss Juaith Miller enlarged her millinery stock last week Mr A M McCraoken of Louis ville was here one day last week Mrs John Benham of Stephensport visited Mrs Jake Miller last week Father C Brov was in St Louis last week attending the Worlds Fair Misses Nellie Gregory and Virginia Hudson spent fast Thursday in Tobins portMrs 010 Dowden of Brandenburg is here visiting her son Darnell Dow den Mrs Nat Tucker went to Brandenburg Monday to visit Mrs Dan WilliamsSmith English who has been in the South tor some time is here visiting motherMrs Pate and two sons of Har dmsbnrg were here Saturday to visit veSt Mr Chas K Minaryof SpringHeld Ill ii the guest ot Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mr Jack Young of Morgtinfield was here Snnday the guest of his sister Mrs C B Skillman Mrs Vic Robertson of Hardins spent Monday with Dr and Mrs F M Smith Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons and child will visit relatives in Louisville the latter part of this week Mr and Mrs James Stader of Vine Grove returned home Wednesday after a visit to Mr and Mrs H L btader Mrs Julius Sippel and little daughter Elizabeth were here from Louisville Snnday the guests of M iss Laura Hale Mrs Henry Thomas and two daughters Misses Alliene andLqraine of Leltchfieldnre guests of Mr and Mrs Lee Dowell- Mrs A A LaHeist of New Albany who has been visiting hero went to Fenlev Snnday to visit her daughter rs Emmett Gregory Mrs Walter J Sherman and two daughters Margaret and Elizabeth- of Toledo Ohio are here visiting Mi and Mrs W H Bowmer J D Brashear came down from Louisville Monday to manage the American Tobacco companys local business this fall and winter Mr and Mrs G A Wrignt and moth Mrs Rhoda E WrIght of McQuady went to the Worlds Fair last week They Fill also visit relatives in JacK on 11- 1Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man left Snnday for St Louis to attend the worlds fair They were by their brother Jas Skillman Mr and Mrs Chas May Misses Eva and Eliza May and David May left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair They will go also to New Orleans and Shreveport La to visit their son CbarifMMl8ses LuhV Owen RaV Heyser Lola Severs Mrs Joseph Screole and DJ T Owen returned home Friday fromSt Louie After spending- a delightful time at the expositioo Miss Margaret Moorman left Wed morning fist St Loniie where will visit the StL cads exposition with her uncle Mr Will Watkins and Mrj Morris and her daughter Miss Lo LoaieviheRev of Fordsville and his son Rev Palmer Winfree Bolings Chapel passed through Wednesday en route to Confer once of the United Brethern which convened In Louisville Miss Tula McFarlnndof Owensboro MrsS A Hawley of Hawesvllle Mrs iLmma Moredock of Louisville Mr and Mrs A N Heeton and little sun Charles of Hardinsbnrg returned to ther homes Sunday after a visit to Mrs Francis Sawyer Ship Treninre Chamber The specie room on the ocean steamship is a very Important institution Its located In an out of the way place amidships under the saloon Few of the passengers know of its existence- or of the valuable treasure that Is carried across the ocean withthem The I room varies on different ships but is usually about sixteen feet long by fen wide and eight teit Wgh It is constructed of steel plates onefourth inch thick and 8tronglyTtvete ttogetherTHe oor the celling and the walls are slab made of steel plates There Js n heavy door also rondo of steel It is provid ed with a variety of combination lock that is said to be burglar proof The gold and surer are usually In bars but occasionally a quantity of coin In bags Is shipped The AVhUmnfl TOAd In the Caribbean islands there is a toad that whistles The creature Is common to the mountains Indulges in its musical practice mostly at night and woe to the person who tries to sleep in its vicinity Mme Toad perches on top of a tree fern close to your window and begins her serenade She whistles a couple of hundred stanzas that smite the eardrum like thunde- rTravelervhdfIiave experienced the mull of the whistling toad say that ths LLliV y wayloslbtalnt a wink of sleep R At9 rTod tunes up IB tp dep the ploworstop 1 tit h1r1 licottop i- I wk P i Ir OR P C MITCHEL- LDENTIST j I OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices I c Adrlalnft n Doctor Dr Blank maybe Id better call him l Dr Protcld since to advertise his real name might be to do violence to the ethics of the medical profession well I thou Dr Protold Is himself a sufferer from rheumatism which for a long time tins resisted all his skill The other tiny a big Irishman came hob tiling up his steps and wns admitted by an attendant who ushered him Into = the otllcc and called the doctor from another part of the house Presently the doctor came limping In just its the caller had dune Well my man snld he what Is the mutter with your Begorrn sor the Irishman answer ed Id first like to know phwats the matter wid youc QIadmitted Well then saId the visitor rising from his chnlr with many a grunt and groan and laboring painfully toward the door theys two uv us that ought to go to some docther who has slnse enough to cure the both av ustt Brooklyn Eagle Animal Swimmer The elephant Is a good swimmer and the wild animals of the cat family the tiger the panther the jaguar and oth ers do not hesitate to cross lakes and rivers On the other hand the domes tic cat shrinks from immersion and drowns quickly The nostrils of some small animals are so placed as to rcnt der breathing very difficult when they 1 are in the water Among these are 1 mice and rabbits which will drown without sinking beneath the surface Rats arc excellent swimmerstAlmost all birds except those which are distinctly natatorial are nearly helpless In water Small birds In par tlcular have no power of propulsion and though they do not sink theyII drown quickly Even many species of waterfowl rise from the water with = dUllcult or not at all when their wings arc wet After n sen gull plunges and returns to the surface it stretches its wings so that they may be dried by the wind and sun before It attempts to tly Success The Patient Drain The brain Is ono of the most patient and industrious organs of the body It can be Induced by good treatment to perform prodigies of labor Few real ize Its capabilities and endurance But j it is sensitive It will not long brook abuse It briskly responds to the whip I at first but if the lash is laid on too hard and often it balks It Insists upon having plenty of good red blood when It works laud and good red blood Is made from wheat and roast beef not from pie a la mode lobster salad and jogline or whisky The most essential I thing for the man whoi works with his brain JIs plenty of sleep Only Iq sleep does the brain find the rest and re freshment that are necessary to main 1 taln its vigor and IntegrityChicago- Tribune Monkey and VaterIMonkeys never wash or bathe though they have us a rule every chance to do so Possibly experience has taught them to be afraid of crdc odllcs which are pretty generally this tributed on monkey haunted rivers It i is said that a number of Indian mono keys watched a party of Europeans in a boat who washed their hands and I brushed their teeth Next day the monkeys were seen to come to the riverside and go through the form of washing their hands and of brushing their teeth with bits of stick atureII Plenty of Leg Mrs Barron was one of the new summer folk and not acquainted with the vernacular Consequently she was somewhat surprised upon sending an order for a roast of lamb to the nearest butcher to receive the following note In reply Dear Mam I am sorry I have not killed myself this week but I can get you a leg off my brother the butcher at the farther end of the town lIes full up of what yoii want I seen him last night with flvb legs VoTTrs respectful George IGuntoii Youths Companion 1I f i 2 v yA JPlnnt That Quells hunger 5 Inl Wru Is bind u singular plant ca- rraletolfI queJJIuK hunger or thirst for everarduys ftiil8 narnlfd Erjjtjloxyo Ion coop Adecpctlon o1001grnhts of this plant producestijRj ejfect for for hours the muscular energy being preserved The plant appears to narcotize the nerves of the s6iunch and suspend the digestive functions without affording nutriment Marriage 24 We have been asked If marrlagels a failure We have not found it so We dont know what our better halt thinks of it Our opinion is that only when a man marries a sealskin woman on a coonskin Income does he find mar riage a failure Ilardemann Free Press Why He Kicked Mrs Newlywed How dare you object to my bills Papa pays them all Mr Newlywed Yea hang ItlI But I haven t tbenerve to ask him to pay any of mine while you are touching him up all the time u I WarvtsJt Advertisements Inserted under this head at one coot a word per week C =OiSALEccc pRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines I OasollnoEnglnesMARTIN StreetLouisville 4 4 FOR SALEMULES i FOIL SLLE1 pair brook mure mules 0 I cheapCWANTEDTO TRADE WANTEOTo truth a lot of horses and lIardlnsburI FOR SALE DrittanlcarecurdsWnllucoI WANTED VVANTEDTo sell 10000 2 year old apple tres lit z5per 100 lessthan 100 Co tuih2000 peach trees ut lOecaMi Send fur list oftrees HlKhland Nursery Cluviriiort 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 Touis Seus ticket i 130 60 day ticket J053 15 day ticket J935 Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good returning Oct 31 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Saturday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 680 Special excursion to Evansville and return Sunday Oct 30 1901 fl25 for he round trip from Cloverport Train leaves Cloverport 045 am returning leaves Evansville Opm Homeseekers Excursions to all points which homeseekers rates apply Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masoss Louisville Oct 18 201004 Cloverport to Louisville nd return 290 on Oct 17 and IS good to return Oct21 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND Cloverport5D7es at Loulsvll No 42 Dally 0115AMII arrives verport 051 A dnllyarrlves m Stops at West Point only Train No4S Express dally arrives at Clovorport 700 p m Louisville 045 p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND ExpressClpverportvlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis llll P M stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limped dully arrives Coverport 1033am 6cunsclhe JOO p m St Louis 010 p m stops at Hawes ville Owunsboro und Henderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally arrives Cloverport p m EvansTllle 1030- p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 P M arrives EransvllleltSS A liawesvllloGwensboroand Fordsiille Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords vlllu 420 a m arrives Irvlngton 815 am i Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves FotdsvIIe340 p m arrives Irvington 600 pmlraln No 6 Sunday only Fordsville 000 a m fevlnRton 8330 m WEST HOUNDt leavesIrvingtonllDOpm Train NU5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 gipp m arrives Kordsvlfio 1100 p ru PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good In time Sold by drueelsts I1Use CONSUMPTION uootnH hewn In the days of his management at the Winter garden In New York Edwin Booth received a letter from n clergy man saying that he wished to see Booth In his principal parts but desired If possible to be admitted into the theater by a side door as be did not care to run any risk of being seen by his parishioners entering from the front Edwin Booth made answer In these words Sir there is nof door In my theater through which God cannot see economy In Vile of Arabic Numeral- It talieR threo ahji onethird na long to trrite the ltemnn numerals from one to a hundred as the Arabic and tile chance of error Is twentyone times OA grout Jt takes three times as long to rend the Roman numerals from one to h hundred nu the Arabic and the chance of error is eight times as great Science jltIurrell UPIThey thought he was dead and all the pnpeiH printed obituary noticesI And then Why then lie turned up and since hes read those notices hes too proud to speak to any one Snrcniitlc lIe never speak unless I have something worth saying SheArent you afraid of losing your command of language Detroit Free PressV Bray S nhtst tnnyT tctatten tion but QujeJt Ru1ck ace lDJfLttetht persimmons ConjniQnsirvv I yv Vpfv V i ti MtIJIIIAa l W rtIt MEET ME AT NOLTE- Sn1 DONT YOU H THINK You had better begin buying your supply of winter clothing when you see these cool days coming on We Can Supply You With the very best in winter clothing for men women and children to be found on the local market AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT TOO Let us show you our bargains and youll be convinced that what we say is tr- ueJCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY Dont think these are lire sale get every day trade Pure leaf laid per lb lie Mothers Quaker Oats 3 for 25c Kraut per gal V 20c Sour Pickles new crop 2 dozen for 15c Mon guest to make good if good flour is used There to apolo gized for if your bread cakes are made FLOUR Gold Flour is milled from supervision in our own mill and under direct Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW BrosICASH STORE You such bargains if you with us or be our Bulk sure to Chipped Beef 25c Pink 3 cans 25c bars soap 25c We are paying eighteen per doz for Remember the name and place Popham BrothersA- T EAST END OF BRIDGE J KENTUCKY I ANOTHER Great Reduction Sale SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 f Mens Hippopotamus Skin Water Proof Shoes To this fIl shoe we are a limited at 250 per paIr The reg AIl fj ular price Here Is what die manufacturers say them It Our Skin Shoes will and resist i more than any other shoe made Mens 150 flrtLadiesJ tiWI1 1 Mens 75c Work Shirts fw Extra large Towels 10 Mens Jl50 Shoes 125 Lathes 100 Skirts aOO titiSaturday Bargains For CASH ONLY BABBAGE rSONold r r3 cL GfY r = =T LEAVE FOR THE FAIR Mr and Mrs Roland Smith of Stephensport0 CRichardson of Guston Mr and Mrs J W Tcaff of Harchnsburg and Miss Long Payne of Stophonsport left day for the St Louis fair Mrs Heifried of Tell City was here hnnkiar the ot friends T J r i A Way bread is nothing and fro- mCADICKS GOLD DUST Simply delicious Dust carefully selected wheat IND prices Coffee please rloc Scans Salmon Eleven cents eggs CLOVERPORT 1 introduce offering quantity is300 for Hippopotamus wear longer moisture perfectly Corduroy Bath RETURNS TO CALIFORNIA- Mr Charles Sawyer who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Frances Sawy er left yesterday for San FranciscoCal Before leaving for the west Mr Sawy erviaited his relatives in Louisville and Hawesville a Dr Paul C Mitchell returned from a y shwt atay In Cannelton Ind Sunday i J NewsJtTheWEDNESDAY October 20 1904 1 1FEARFUL SLAUGHTER Japan Feels Horror Of War And No Shouting Heard I Over Victory- TokioGctiO6pmEven the Japan t eseto whom the great victory is of para mount importance seem to be shocked s by the slaugter of their enemies The Japanese people are receiving the news from the field of battle calmly A and there can be heard no shouts in the 4 streets proclaiming the victory of the ir natiouFew flags are displayedProb I Iaely later on theie will be a procession l r with the consequent jollification but t t opt iishou1l1 be held A prominent Japanese 1 1saidto the Associated Press correspond I ent today 1 We have won a sweeping and dec i isive victory which may prove to be the salvation of our countrys existencebut we regret both our own and the terrible slaughter which onr forces have inflict ed on the enemy We regret still more the necessity which forced us to engage t in thiswar r A member of the diplomatic corps in t an interview with the correspondent of the Associated Press said oJ I believe the worldwill recoil from sickening slaughter of this battle r7 r7thet interest of humanity IJ the adjustment of the differences bet r1 1teen the two nations and the proclamation r of peace The situation be tween the two belligerents is a one but what a splendid triumph for diplomancy it would be if peaco could be arranged It seems to me that the question of honor is no llonger involved If Russia feels that such a question iisI involved surely the heroic and successful defence of Port Arthur and the valor shown by Russias sons on the fields of Manchuria should forever de termine the quality of Russia courage Russias should remember that the dis tance deriding her strength and the limitations of her railway are historical fuc tors in this war These factors are gen erally known They are appreciated by vervbody and arc not looked upon as faults ROOSEVELT TO THE NEWSBOYS President Tells Them to Be Brave and Honest and Says He Think They Are From The x Y sun In on artical written forthe Amercian Newsboys Magazinethe first number which will be published this fall President Roosevelt has shown his sympathy in the movement to better the condition of the newsies II ThePresident believes that the grit shown by the boys iis characteristic of the true American spirit and in his article he advises them about the path they should follow Th President writers Through the American Newsboys Magazine I geet the American newsboys I have been particularly interested inthe movement which this magazine symbolizes and I earnestly wish for iit all success We ought all of us to sym pathize witn every American man or boy who is brave and selfhelpful and whe tries to do his duty by himself and others but we must sympathize even more with the boy than with the man I feel it speaks well of the future of our countrv that there should be a move youboysbecauser way in the world and at the same time trying to help others and to retain your selfrespect as you only can retain it iif Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick AH we can do Is give advice Of course thats easy But our advice la really worth a little more to you than most peoples for wo otter to give you the first bottle of ourI medicine free if it falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince in the poor house Dr Miles Nervlne however as years of experience have proved is a medi cine that cures the sick Those whom it cannot benefit less tpiP S than one in ten thousand wo prefer to moneyeAll we ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twitchlngs melancholy loss of a memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit t you or refund your money You are tho doctor yearbecameepilepsysoseveralphysIcians TenkandLivers WILSONDeputy1 r j j ofj1Scientlfle Remedy for Pain Also Symn y tom Dlank for our Specialist to diagnose h wronghdd COORATORI rit 1 you show respect for others I think you have those traits which we like to con sider characteristically AmericantheJJ traits of being braveand manly est Keep in wind that you have got to be truthful that you must possess un dauuted courage that you must be able 1 manfully to fight vour own wav in the world but that it Is your duty always to be just and generous to others no less i than to remember your own rights and while able to stand up for yourselves 1 you must always be willing to help the weak when the chauce comes Very truly yours j Theodore Roosevelt I The magazine is the conception of 4 Col O O Stealey Washington corre spondent of the Louisville Courier Journal All the members of the Cabinet I are honorary vicepresldenxs of the magazine company prominent women are represented as vicepresidents by j Mrs Charles W Fairbanks wife of the canidate for VicePresident Mrs Danial Lamont Mrs John G Carlisle Mrs Mary Scott Townsend and Mrs Butterfield The magazine is to sell 10 cents a copy and the newsboys will make seven cents on each sale four cents being given to them in cash aud three cents being placed in the bank to their credit Trustees are being appointed in the large cities of the United States for this purpose How Often Has Mother Arose from her bed at night in alarm at the raspy cough of baby SheI knows at once the dread destroyer Croup has arrived Dont hesitate Use Paracamph at once It will prevent and cure croup MEDALS AWARDED- A large share of medals at the Louis beensawarded to Kentuckians The fact that there are only three Kentuckians on the juries of awards goes to prove that the Cornecrackers Among those to Whom medals were awarded are the following L Green S Son Falls of Rough specimens of lumber bronze medal B F Beard Tobacco Co Hardins burg leaf tobacco Green river type bronze medal- P Sherran X Bro Kirk leaf tobacco Green river type bronze medal Hawesville Hub and Manufacturing Co Hawesvillehubs silver medal ARREST ITS50 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 Rm form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Feel 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 aufy sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered tha would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until czine was discovered nnd now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you state tried forget the aned send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 731 Rand McNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co- SCHOOL REPORT Report of Utopia College Ky for month endintg Oct 14 The following is the honor roll Grade sLonlse Moorman DO Grade 7Robert Fisher U5 Ada Mattingly 93 Grade 0 advLlll1e Mattingly 00 Ruby cones OG Ella Whittinghill 05 Sylva Mattingly 05 Mollie Moorman 05 Herbert Hall 14 Neil Fisher 93 Nell Robertson 90 Grade 0Mildred Moorman 90 Edna Muttingly 90 Fannie Moorman OG Lizzie Mattingly 14 Helen Whit inghill 93 Johnnie Moorman 92 Maude Lymer 92 William Mattingly ill Louise Rutton 90 Fisher Moorman 90 Betsey Moorman U4 Nell Demnster 00 Robert Curtis 94 Ollie Bishop 03 Joe Moorman 93 Paul Mattingly 93 Henry Burnett 93 Annie Seuton 92 Viola Powell 91 Jakie Powell 91 Mabel Howard 90 Mabel Hoskina 00 Marcus Whittler 00 Grade 4LeRoyt Whittinghill 97 Jessie Kiper 97 Clara Mattingly U7 Karen Moorman 00 Sarah Deane Moorman OSJohn Whittler 01 Grade SHunts Mercecr 04 May Phillips 93 May Bowman 93 Grade 2Yio Seaton 05 Cardwell Mattingly 93 Eva Phillips 91 Jack Bowman 01 Walter Carwile 90 Grade IHoward Powell 04 Argus Carwile 03 Everett Maxwell 93 D C Mooramn 03 Sam Robertson 93 Overton Ashley 03 John Bowman 02 Annie Bowman 92 John Ashley 01 Primary Gradb Fannie Smith 04 Joe Powell 03 Paul Smith 03 Lula Powell til Howard Powell 01 Sallie Moorman 00 June Burnett 01 Greatest improvement for the month advanced grades Nell Robertson 0 per cent Fisher Moorman 8 per cent and William Mattingly 7 per cent Erollnient 100 General average 04 Motto Dare To Do Right R B Tnttte Principal Ella G Robertson First Asat FARMERS INSTITUTES Farmers Institutes are now being held in all the States of the Unton The farmers are taking a lively inter est in these meetings and are seeking to be benefited by them The practi l cal and scientific ability cf the nations attending them and honestly en deavoring let us say to contribute to their usefulness hoping to leave information and influences behind them which shall result in great good to the rural interests of the I counterHeretofore in the programs ot all J these institutes there has been an amazing absence of anything relating to the marketing ot rural products Sometimes the farmers are told how J to fatten or how to pack and how to ship but never a word as to how to get prices Let us urge program makers tnd institute speakers lo glveI more attention ta marketing It i little use to raise fine products Iit is little use to have a surplus if there be no remunerative market So long as prices are made months In advance of delivery always depressed prices current prices must likewise be dn pressed without cause and the farmer can have no assurance of the resultsI of his labor and little hope of the fu ture Those who set themselves up as teachers of the farmers owe it t themselves and the farmers they wouldI teach tc deal more with the question of marketing and pricemaking Right here this paper gives notice that farmers will demand that thi Heat and vital question be at the institutes Enough has been1 published already to prove that iit is a live issue and results have been obtained through the efforts of farm ers to prove that peels making by the is not a visionary unattainable desire As trig paper will probably every community in the country where institutes will be held we advise farmers themselves to see to it that one ol tM subjects is How to Control Mar keting to Compel profitable Prices for Farm Crops If none or the profess tonal speakers can handle this subject let it be taken by some reader o UptoDate Farming and member o the A S of E or send to headquar ters for a lorm of aadress Upto Date Farming Do You Suffer With Rheumatism Sore Joints Neuralgia Pains in the Back and Side If so go to your druggist and get a bottle of Pnracamph use it as direct ed If it fails to give you relief and do what we claim for it your woaa will be cheerfully refunded Paru camph opens the pores induces sweat ing and relieves pain almost instantly LIVED ALONE IN OLD LOG CABIN Smiths Grove Ky Oct 18Miss- t tilmira Whitley aged eighty seven years died at her home near HydroI this county ot pneumonia She live alone in a log cabin bUIlt by ner father in 1803 were she spun yarn and wove cloth upon a loom made in Virginia 25 years ago She was never out of the State was never inI town and never saw a steam engine FAIRLEIGHORMSBY Miss Nannie Ormsby Hardin and Mr A Huston FaIrleigh will be married i November at the Beargrass Christia- church at St Matthews Ky daughteer of Mr Mrs Gus W Hardin of BeechwoodThe to be is the son of M David Fairleigh The exact date of the ceremony h not been decidedCourierJournal = p Thedfords BlackDraught comes nearer regulating the entire system and keeping the body in health than any other medicine made It is always ready in any emergency to treat ailments that are frequent in indigestionbiliousnessl stomach aches Thedfords BlackDraught is the standard neverfailing remedy for stomach bowel liver and kidney troubles It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon the doctor It is as good for children as it is for grown persons A dose of this medicine every day will soon cure the most obstinate case of dyspepsia or constipation and when take1 as directed brings quick relief DjUmLU ILL Dee 23 1KB TbodfordB BlackDraught has boon our for fire rear and we want no other When any of us Scot badly we take a dose and are all right In twelve pours Wo have spent lou of money for doctor bills but got along lust at well with BlackDraught jm n JJADKH Ask your dealer for a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and If be does not keep it send 25c to The Chatta nooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package will be mailed to you WORK ON THE FARM A good farmer and a systematic farm er keeps tab on his work just like the big fellows who make the trusts and ran them A card like the following hnng up in the barn will help you in your wont Weak place in west field fence Joe repair it at once Tune cultivator shovels to shop next time buggy goes Repair Jacks harness and Bnbn bridle first wet day- Bed cow will probably be in heat May 15 watch her closely Two sows duo to farrow May 16 keep sharp lookout Bunch of red sorrel in csuth field near shade for sel- fENTERTAINING LECTURE The second entertainment of the Cloverport Lyceum was given Wednes ParsLette gave an excellent lecture on Pockets and Paradise It is hoped that the Cloverport Lyce um will give the people of this place opportunites to attend good entertainments during the entire winter HURRAH FOR FOURTH Bozeman Mont Special The will of J N Tilton leaves his entire estate to forocelebrating the Fourth of July each yearTell City Journal DRwpllessBA physician tells the Washington 1Post It Is a widespread but erroneous notion that the growth of Ivy on the exterior walls of residences creates a damp habitation He is satisfied a lit tie reflection will convince say one of IvymInstead of contributing to dampness has rather an opposite Influence since 1it must extract moisture from the brisk or stone that It overruns The dampness of these Is what gives life to the plant so that the Interior of the house Is rendered drier then it would be otherwise PrankiicNH tellfmattertYes answered the physician But he should use such terms as to prevent the possibility of the patient un derstanding n word of what he says Exchange lToole the 1rofltn I remember Schemer was a great cling for thinking out plans for getting rich I suppose now hes wealthier- Y than any of his friends Oh no His friends used the plans while ho was dreaming over them Detroit Free Press Liberty Is the power of doing what the lute permitsCicero slow TQ Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion in pareddrawing blood and apply Chamber lains Pain Balm twice dailyl rubbing vigorously for five minutes at eachI application A corn plaster should be worn a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheum atism Pain Balm is nneqnaled ForI sale by Short R Haynes- n 11PEARL FISHERIES How the Gent Are Obtained and Dla posed of In Ceylon Since Keats told how the Ceylon allrnaked to the hungry shark many ofatheir Imagination In trying to describe the wonderful pearl fisheries of Coy Ion A few facts about them may be of Interest If only as un antidote to so much poetry The pearl fisheries are the property of the government of Ceylon The divers are paid no wages but receive onethird of the oysters they bring up the remaining twothirds being taken by n government agent and sold at public auction to speculative buyers who gather from nil parts of the ori ent The pearl fishery usually lasts from thirty to forty days but does not take place every year If it did the oyster banks would soon be ruined Sometimes several years are allowed to pass by without a fishery The diving is done after n primitive fashion and the stories told about the marvelous length of time the divers will remain under water are quite unfounded The record Is 1 minute 40 secondsThe auction which lasts for several days is one of the most Interestin sights to be seen in Asia The oysters are sold In lots of 1000 and of course the purchaser Is buying Uu pig in poke There may be no pearls In an of hits oysters or the first one htPopen- may e give him a fortune This risk appeals to the gambling spirit of tl orient and pretty nearly all the races from the Persian gulf to Japan are represented at the sale The prices paid usually start low o the first day Then If the buyers havet found pearls In fair quantities bidding Is keen and the prices jump skyward One year they varied from 15s 4d per 1000 on the first day to 12 17s lOd on the second It lu remarkable that the fisheries are still BO profitable for there are historical records that they were work ed there 300 years before the birth of Christ andH Is liriposslbleto say how manyyedrs before that dat9 1 1fINcHs1mllilil New Rival Black Powder Shells and good shooters shoot themSiare made for good shooting There is no guess work when your gun has au New Rival in the chamber for its the kind of shell that can always be depended upon to shoot where the gun is held New Rival shells are surefire give good pattern and pene tration and cost but little more than cheap inferior makes ORDER THEM AND TAKE NO OTHER A KNOWN REPUTATION t th The Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business iis ci well knownIt for the best the most reliable the most gracefullymand the running vehicles btItbe sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for fit itself The Geo Delker vehicles have made their own reputation en Their buggies made the name not the home the buggies Write for th new catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky W THE GEO DELKER CO tA CORPORATION IIhe Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the T1D factory PHILOSOPHY OF FELIX G PRYME Platitudes are tne paste diamonds of wisdom The professional advice giver rarely advises himself Au augur and a man of many anec dotes are alike perfect bores It is usually safe to be snanicions of the man who is suspIcious of others The possibilities of a fool are naught when compared with his im possibilities To know what is right and not to do it is as tad as to know what is wrong and to do it Do not torget that it isnt necessary to be disagreeable in order to dis agree with the other man When a man admits that he is nev er too old to learn you may be sure that he is getting pretty old Life is like a rifleyour hind sight and your foresight must be in accord if you would hit your target Sue teas RECOVERS JEWELS- The jewels lost by Mrs K G Pulliam while attending the St Louis Exposit ion have been returned to her in this city The peculiar manner in which the jewels were lost was related in a pre vious issue of The Herald The jewels were throwu from the fourthstory window of the Southern Hotel through mistake and were picked up in tact by a pedestrain whose name was not learned The loss was dd vertised inthe columns of St Louis papers and the finder learned through this source to whom the jewels belong ed Ira called at the cashiers window of the Southern Hotel where the reward jewelsloverBP 20 in currency contained in the thegjewels Louisville Herald Inquirya whoeheard dznggistj Inquire of cnstomrea who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or- an for adult and if for a child they al ChambernHans Cough Remedy The reason for this is that they know there is no dan ger from it and that it always cures There la not the least danger in giving itand for coughs colda and croup it IB unsurpassed For sale by Short Haynes BUSS CIRCUS Al GField with three other persons hasbqught the Forepaugb Sells circus which is tobe delivered at Columbntf 0 November 23 0 J HETEROGENEOUS m 14 PERSONASnA woman whose skin is a patchwork lot of pieces of epidermis taken rr from persons representing every na de tion on earth is Miss Emma Gallag 00hercorrespondent for the New YorirefjAmerican tells the otory in this wayC1Miss Gallagher Inserted an adverbtisement in the newspapers through a fo which she hopes to obtain euougbmmoney throngh the sale of sewlnght machines to enable her to buy angtother square foot of human epldArmlsA for skin grafting purposes Twenty three skin grafting operations have been undergone by Miss GallagherTsince she was burned from the neck to wnlat in a gasoline explosion eighttt ld years ago Her left arm is still without Ii skin and has grown to her body Skinnin higner priced than oilcloth commented f Miss Gallagher sagely yester day when she was asked to ten about bcostb isquarei one hundred men volunteered to selltotheirs Many of them faltered when th they came to the test The best live skin should be taken off in strips about nine inches Jong and one and T threequarter inches wide Negro j skin the doctors say will turn white when grafted on a white person WhenIj ecItwo years thirtythree nnrses volnn rleered to give me skin but I refused to let them Jisj I JJ I All the nations of the earth are rep 1 I resented in the skin that covers my back You can call me Chinese or Eskimo if you like and the chanoes i are that you will not be far fromf kt rightI in some measure I was origi av iially an American bnt ny skin is a cosmopolitandecidedly so If people o will give me orders for sewing machca cairieaenough money to secure some more bl victims for the skin sacrifice 1Bay11rtieportals for a nickel Ill slip you a re pick In the parlor tonight de What do I want with a picky asked Mr Smartle In astonishment by why I heard sister say you wererr hl going to break the ice tonight m- II co Under Cover tel Stocks He always was a bad egg but nobody seamed to notice Olt while a 8 be was rich Knocks Yes he was roo all right until he was broke New l York Ttmestlsor- I nu sr igt 1 =The Br ckenrldge News WEDNESDAY October 26 1004 MEN OF MILLIONS SEEKING OFFICE Six Men Figuring in West chester Politices Worth 65500000 MEN Of WELTII IN POLITICAL RASE John E Andrus46000000- J Harvey Be1115006000- W L Ward 8500000t R T Wainwright10o0ooo- J4 M Wninwrlght500000- F M Carpenter 500000 Total 05500000 New York October 24Special Westoheeter county presents a group of millionaires in a fight for political honors whloh probably cannot be I matched in any other county in the country The total wealth of the five candidates and one of the party lead ers in this section is 05500000 John E Andrus mayor of Yonkers who is tile repnbloian candidte for congress Is worth 40000000 while his democrtio opponent is J Harvey Bell if Yonkers R former mayor of that city estimates his wealth atI 15000000Francis M Carpenter banker and real estate man who is running on the republican ticket or senator I- nJthe twentysecond district is rated at +500000 He lives at Mount Kisco and was formerly county treasurer The democrats have nominated against nun Richard Tighe Wain wright club man of Rye won shared the Tighe millions to the etAent of 1000000 J Mayhew Wainwright the fifth member of the rich contingent and a brother of Richard Tighe Wainwright has been pnt forward by the republi cans as the nominee for assembly in the second district The second Mr Wainwright counts up his money holdings at 500000 National Committeeman William M Ward of Port Chester who is the republican leader in Westchester IB considered one of the richest men in the county HP is quoted as being worth 13500000 Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman Tex says I conll f5fff 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 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle benetitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests what you eat and cures sold by I All Druggists Divorce In Now Guillen There Is no need of divorce courts In New Guinea When a woman becomes weary of her husband she simply I leaves him and goes back to her moth er When a husband tires of his waft he simply hits her over the head with a puddle and If not killed outright she Is certainly made to realize that she Is no linger wanted When a divorced woman marries again her former hus bond rallies all his friends and con ilucts a war dance In front of her new home This ceremony however is not WTfttoas It looks Its purpose Is not to kill tuylndy but simply to satisfy the grass widows honor The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths J There is a disease prevailing In this jIcountrY most daneerous because so decep I live Many sudden I deaths are caused by Itheart disease I pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital org ansor the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers i SwampRoot the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald g pain in passing it and overcomes thatt J1 necessity of being compelled to to often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and theI extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soonI realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant fo take and soldI by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhave dlsI1 th- ekidneypoisoned remedyIt I tells all about iL both Horn otexrttoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co mentionractrigDont nuke any mistake but remember the 8WIlIIlPRootota every bottto- u DO YOU NEED A I MEDICINEI- T COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTIHT There is 0 who aLiverThe of Liver rewellconstiEationfeeling natureThousands heedingthe diseasefrom DofMany of these could be for some reliable remedy We believe anyfairminded betterSyUpTheofBuchuYellowDockGentianSennaYouknowmany other formulas of a liver medicine are published Ask your druggist about this It is already prepared and can betaken immediatelyrThe strength is extracted in the most skillful manner certainly superior to any powdered preparation known We also I powdereddryLiverpreparationDr I Syrupis I strength as Liver Medicine in dry form I and will keep in any climate Your doctor however skillful could t prescribe nothing better I There is no opportunity for a doctor 1 to make a mistake in writing a prescrip tion or a drug clerk to make a mistake- in compounding the same besides a I doctors bill and the cost of the medicine You can be absolutely sure of the proper proportion being in every dose Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup has been used with the greatest confi dence and success in thousands of homes for 62 years and is prepared byB phar macist of 25 years experience in a labo ratory equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety If you do not understand your elltterlte lOY for II Free earnpto bOurellllaI Dr Ihaeher Health llooK Ollie symptom for advice We limply ak that you try it at ovrtxptnu We knowiehat it will do FOR slLBnr ALL DRUGGISTS SO cents and 100 THACHER MEDICINE COI Chattanooga Tenn Artificial EycM The trade in nrtlfluhil eyes Is ex tensive not only trout the number of people who need theta hut also from the fact that they only last for about n year In consequence of the action of the secretions of the eyes upon the omuiicl The process of manufacture Involves eight distinct operations which call Into play considerable artistic ability and patient skill and for this female workers seem specially adapted The enamel has fIrst to be fused then the globe Is blown and colored after which the shaping tempering and polishing have to be attended to The minutest details even to the coral veins on the sclerotic coat and the broken colored Iris are so faithfully reproduced tint the Imitation can rare ly bo detected save In tines of great emotion London Standard A Lute Letter Would not interest you if vonre 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 BncKlens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at Short 8r Haynes Drug Sore Women Spenkera Women speak best when they retain their seats at table the very fact that they are standing and facing their au diences having a tendency to give the bravest of women stage fright Women orators have the advantage over men In knowing that their attire will have much to do with keeping the at tention of their audience A pretty wo man In a pretty gown a fan a mutt a Jewel will hold the eyes of the women listeners even If they do not care much for the speech What to Eat An Apt 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 the boy but I wash Easy Pounce When you first entered politics said the young man who Is looking for knowledge did you set out with the determination to win at any cost Xo answered Senator Sorghum I set out with the determination to win at as little expense as possible Washington Star- Dlltakcn Men SInUe If It be true that a moan who never males mistakes never makes anything nt11 It is equally true that an ora tor who never says an Indiscreet thin may be confidently reckoned on neve to say anything at all worth hearing London World Cnndld after accepting him Have youI IShe loved nny other girl HeCcr talnly I cnn bring you half a doze written testimonials If necessary One of the things to timid In this world Is n friend who Isnt hardI up at the same time you are Chicago News BIG GATHERINGOF Nearly a Thousand Ate Bur goo And Heard Speeches At Woodland Nearly a thousand tobacco growers assembled at Woodland Park yesterday morning to attend a meeting ot the Burley Tobacco Growers Associ Three hunared gallons of bur goo were served at noon and after ward speeches were made Mr W B Hawkins President of the Association presided and opened the meeting wlh a brief soeeoh of welcome Others speakers were Representative- J W Newman of Woodford county W O McCord and Jndge Hughes of Harrodabnrg The meeting lasted nntil about 2 oclock in the afternoon and was an entnnsiastic gathering tenor of all the speeches was a plea to the tobacco growers to support the Association They declared that it is now a case of sink or swim and that if the tobacco growers do not now support the Association the fight is lost According to the speakers the tobacco trusts will sap the grow ers and all were urged to sign the con trots which were prepared and a great many of which have been signed by the growers of this region The con tracts stipulate that the growers shall sell their tobacco on December 15 to the Association a t a graded scale of prices averaging about 10 cents a poundMany of the contracts were signed after the speaking was over The pffortslof the organization failed last year because the promoters did nothave sufficient capital to finance the enterprise bnt the speakers declar ed that they now have all the money necessary to carr out their parts of the contract Te crowd was representative of the largest tobacco growers and deal era of the Blue Grass Ky Farmer t Breeder Lexington Enny to Ru un Expert 1lntol Shot Any man with ordinary nerve can become n fair shot with a revolver from the saddle with n few weeks practice I believe In n short time n man cnn become sufficiently expert to make Oo out of 100 shots said a regu lar army olllcer You see it is nil In learning when to shoot Tim aiming is a small part of pistol anti revolver shooting The aiming Is just like pointing your lin ger A man cnn naturally point his finger at nn object accurately If he can do that he can aim a gun by aim ply throwing It out In the sumac way Time reason an unprnctlccd marksman Is no marksman at all Is that he stops to alum pad gets ofT the mark or becomes unsteady In pulling the trigger lIe must learn Iris gun so he will know just the exact Instant when it goes ofT Just how much and how long a pull he must make to snap the trig ger When he learns so that It Is sec ond nature to shoot just as he points the gun he will hit any ordinary murk within reasonable rnngeDes Molnes Register and Leader Pamilnir Counterfeit JohnnySay papa passing counter felt money Is unlawful Isnt It 1upa Yes Johnny Well papa If a man was walking along the street anti saw a ten dollar counterfeit bill upon the sidewalk and did not pick It up wouldnt he bo guilty of passing couu terfeit money and couldnt ho be nr rested and put In Jail Papa More likely the lunatic asylum Now you may go to bed toy sonClnclnnatlC- ommercial Tribune The crown of womanhood is motherhood But uneasy lies the head that wears the crown or anticipates this coronation when there is a lack of womanly strength to bear dutyThethe strain of motherhood is because tHey are unpreparedI advise expectant moth PrescriptlonwrltesNorthumberland Co Va The reason for this advice is that Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription is the best preparative for the maternal function No matter how healthy and strong a woman may be she cannot use Favorite Prescription as a prepara healthgarergreatbenefitsPrescription For one thing its use makes the babys advent practically painless It has in many cases reduced days of suffer ing to a few brief hours It has changed the period of anxiety and struggle into a time of case and comfort DoctornPrescription now fully warranted in offering to pay two for any case of Ieucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they DispensaryIale N Y ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure e c 0 TEE HOME OJ VCTOL To the Convalescent We hold out a helping hand to the sick who are slowly creeping back to health Vinol hastens recovery after any severe sickness After typhoid pneu monia or la grippe Vinol quickly restores strength creates an appetite for nour ishing food makes rich red blood and unlike oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions does not upset the stomach It tastes good Try it on our guarantee Respectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists J rId WHY NOT HAVE- A few fresh flowers on the break fast table A becoming toilet when your husband comes home from the cityIPatience with the heat and dust undI tnousand disagreeable things ot sum mArYA smile for the tradesmen who come to your dour and for the salesgirl who waits on you One of the new wire fly screens convex and oval in shape to set over the meat dish at table A shelf in a closet or a drawer in the Kitchen dresser set apart for wrapping paper and twine A little dish alongside or your doormat containing water for the refresh ment ofsuifering and homeless animals Waste basket in a sewing room into which clippings and bits of thread can be thrown instead of upon the floor Half a dozen simple home remedies such as spirits of ultra camphor arnica and witch hazel where you can lay your hands on them nt a min utes notice A small supplv of pheumatio corks which tit any bottle and obviate the scurrying that sometimes ensues when a cork is wanted in a hurry A list of all the household necessaries hung on the kitchen wall so that yon need only check it off instead of racKing your brains when it comes to givingI the weekly nnderExF- RENCH HEEL CAUSES DEATH Tripping on a stair landing by the French heel of her slipper Mrt Emma Latassa fell over a fifthstory balustrade in an apartment house in East Fiftyfourth street tonight and was instantly killed Mrs Latassa and Mrs Osn Gauvey were walking arm in arm in the hall and when the former fell she carried her companion with her Mrs Gauvey suffered fractured skull shoulder and other inj ries and it is beleived she will die DEATH OF INFANT- The infant of Mr and Mrs Will Deaue col died Thursday aiteruoon of a complication of diseases Interment Friday afternoon I All New andII leading Varieties of Strawberry PlantsALSO Peach Apple and Pear Trees SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE G Harrison Sons Berlin WHEN IS SUCCESSA When you do not overtop your voca tion when you are not greater as a man than as a lawyer a merchant a physician or a scientist When you are not a cleaner finer larger wan on account of your life work When you have lost on youi way up to your fortune your selfrespect your couragn your selfcrontrol or- an other quality of manhood When it has made conscience an accuser and shut the sunlight out ot your life Wnen the attainment ot your ambition has blighted the aspiration and crushed the hopes of others When your highest brain cells have been crowded out of business by greedWhen all sympathy has been crushed out of your nature by ynr selfish devotion to your vocation When your plead that you never had time to cultivate your fnndships politeness or Rood manners When you have lived a double life and have practiced doubledealing When it Drings you no message of culture education travel or of oppor tunities to hell others Whn it dwarf 8 cramps or interferes with anothers rights when it blinds you to the intereit of the man at the other end of the bargain Orison Sweet Marden in Success OLD PITCHES An old handpainted pitcher is on exhibit and for sale at A R Fishers drugstore It was brought to this countiy from Pans by a Mr Hawes who was the grandfathher ot Mrs Jeff Ritchey who lives near Skillman and is a hundred years old CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the GSignature of Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ican 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 Mail Orders Specialized IIIW B Oelze 1 Clovei port Ky Ii Do You Want = X Your watch made new v Your clock made to keep I hood time your ring rev X putted or sets put in your jr f lefp I If You Wantr any kind of jewelry whatever k 1t repaired and made now WW come to us and we will dovi 5 it for you T iiYou Will Want jowE 44cellent line wo nre carrying i i TIP CfLENTS SON I Hardinsborg Ky + ++++++++++++ +++++++++++++ LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville daily I except Sunday 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday G p m Monday 10 am Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments 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 V Then why not do as othurs have dono take lr Tlmcburd Liver and UlooU Syrup and bo cured 1 r 10000 FOR A THOUGHT HATS what you get in THE DRECKENRIDGE NEWS great elec Ttion contest which has 25000 in 500 cash prizes to be given to persons guessing at the total Popular Vote to be cast for President in November 10QOO is the first prize GOllY MAN Why OOnt You Think L r l e k The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY October 20 10W PATESVILLE Aunt Mollie Simon ton is ill e Miss Rena Pulliam of Goeri was in town Saturday lr Mr and Mrs E F Uaboert w- In Cloverpnrt Saturday shopping s J F DeJarnette and C D Hue Eawesville were in town Monday riMisses Anna and Sallie Ba- kerIEmma ClarK were the guests of MIss Mollie Fawver Sunday Mrs Rosa Hatfield and little daughter Cora ot Pinchecoe were in town shopping Saturday Mrs R W Frymire and dnaght Miss Ada ppent Tuesday at the ho of Mr and Mrs S J Bauer meeat Mr and Mrs Wave Peyton ap Saturday and Sunday with her eatot ents Mr and Mrs Carrington t LyoniaTarvin Baker was in Floral Tuesday at the bedside of his cousin Miss i lone Baker who is very low with J typhoid fever Mr and Mrs A V Day and children returned trom Tell City Monday where they have been visiting h parents Mr and MrsW S Reid The Patesville base ball players went to Dnrfes Sunday to playa match game ot ball They plav Dukes 25 to 11 scores Everyone in our town extends congratulations the players here as it is just by a 1 cident that they win once in a great i a while They are coming all right now I Joshua the seven year old son of J By Holmes of near this place caught one of his lower limbs in the spokes I I of a buggy when which was moving I The bone was broken and the muscle was torn from it Dr J T Milner 11 11was summoned and arefsed the l wound The boy is recovering ve slowly Mr and Mrs Bell Frymire gave to t the young folks a pie party The pie were all nice and all the ladle received nice compliments on their = pies except the Indies who mad the cotton pie When the buys mad Jaaeral infusion all around and some n even ate the cotton to keep from hay and ing it found out on them The Illeto landed up in the yard H Theres Dysentery Colic too theAnd Cramps but this remember do Thoughenemies all babes must MrTKETHINA I ITEETHINA Overcomes aud-j Coniiteracta the Effects of the Sum roars Heat Aids Digestion Regulates easyCosts 3 day BRANDENBURG Mrs Miss Della Nealus of Sirocco iisI ers attending the NormaltilEMrsJ R Dink visited her mother in West Point last Monday Mrs E It BonJuiant visited friends in Lou ill IllIe last weeK Mrs J A Fontaine and Mrs Blanche tives Fontaine went to Louisville Sunday Mrs W D Howard and daughters for art visiting her fatherJ K Ditto a Mrs Ben Hook and little son of Ltavenworth HAdilate Mrs speidaughterfair Tuesday Mrand Mrs Ofo Yeakel of Louis hIm Mlle visited their son Ed several pon days last week Mrs t W Lewis visited her daughter Mrs J 11 Herndon last week at IrvingtonhI s meetW A Baskett and W D Asncraft vllle went to Ctjnydon Ind Thursday to Brnhearand Mrs Uco Dowden has yone to Cloverport to see her eon Darnell who has typhoid fever r A era front WHS t hcrII Lungs Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Ky 1 his iisit Pectoralit in t yourdoctorsAyers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens preventscdFor le Tears I have depended on Ayer lusjknowlilts 1 A UUDINSOM Saline MIcU 2SnSOejieo JC ATEn co All dneRalstaforI Ilr1Weak LungsI Ayors Pills Incroaso the activity offr the liver and thus aid or SPOTS Prevented erBy otut1Cur lH SOAP s Assisted by CUTICURA Oint merit the great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of Emollients erFor sunburn heatrash tan freckles pimples blotches black heads red rough and oily skin foredcleansing the hair and scalp of tocrusts scales and dandruff for ebaby rashes itchings and chaf ings for many sanative anti septic purposes that appeal toJmothers as wellas for all purposes JI of the toilet bath andnurs cry CUTICURA Soap assisted by CUTICURA Ointment the great Skin Cure are priceless N B Complete External and Internal treatment for every Humor from Pimples to Scrofula from Infancy to Age consisting ofCUTICURA t Onerymay 1metCharterLouie npthe611x I eHiss Watbeni Hamilton has been Profeckson attended the FuirIJMrs L L Richardson and son Joe Mrs Tom Rhodes left Sunday spend a week at the Fair W F Grinnell W H Hager and C Woodson spent several days at St Louis Fair lust weekMWin Molntire attended meeting ofsasonic Grand Lodge in Louisville R Gray was sent as delegate = Mr and Sire G CasperK Miss Q Mollie Hamilton and Mrs Ribt Smith visited the St Louis fair last week Mrs C Coleiaan anti son Dwight went to Union Star Wednes to attend the funeral of her stint Chappell Supt Arnold and a party ot teach I went to Hodgensville to attend I district teachers association FrI- day I and Saturday- S I E Towler and family formerly I nopeyNebj in the county Benll Grinnell traveling salesman W B Belknap has been assigned territory in Texas He left with his family for Sherman loaf Tuesday D H Smith Democratic can for congress was billed to at Brandenburg Friday night Smith came but the weather prevented a crowd cowing out to hear and the the speaKing was posted Dr B F Brnner Republican candidate for congress in the Fourth district accepted the invitation of opponent Hon D H Smith to him in joint discussion at Andy Oct 20 and Gaston Out 21 Dr is a brilliant political orator answered Mr Smith on ovary I pOIntIIRVINGTONjj Dan Spmdlinistit again Mrs D C Heron luis returned I Loitehfield- Corlnm Kicherdsonof Guston here Saturday Prof Tttttlc attended church Sunday night Mr Mona Vickers of Lyonia is a guest of Mr E E Brown Sim Brnmlett of Kansas is with brother J K Bramletto for a Mr and Mrs A BColeman were tho city last week to see their children Mrs Redman and children visit her parents near Mcado county week Dr B L Brunorof Hardyville the guest of D C Heron Saturday Mrs Bartlett and children of Owensboro are with Mrs Graves a stay of n week a h Mrs Leona Adkisson who haglI been at Vino Grove for treatment I 1S homo for iv visit MrsMudd was called toGlcndalo Friday to attend the funeral of I her sister Mrs Boyd j Samuel KirkFordsvillo return ed to his homo after a pleas cnt stay with the Boldins Rev Hutson of Louisville filled the regular appointment re at the Baptist church Sunday j Mr and Mrs G T MarshalllI entertained to dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs John Bandy of Iowa Mr and Mrs Charlie Marshall1 1rno and Miss Annie Leo Bandy haveI returned from the St Louis fair f Mr andMrs Jessie Herndon are receiving the congratulations of their friendslt is a handsomo boy Messrs rave Heron W J Pig ott and R M Joloy attend ed a meeting of Grand Lodge last i weekMiss Edith Marshall Mrs Nannii jie Wathon and Messrs Harry jKernper and Roy Wimp spent Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson Mr and Mrs Ray Anderson and Miss Cornice Anderson from Guston wore with Mr and Mrs John Henry for a short visit T N McGlothten C C Smith Ed Shelman John Novitt Ernest Henderson T J Adkisson Mr doWiseman John Henry find other Democrats went to Guston Saturday to hear the Hon Dave Smith Testimony ofa Minister Rev Jon S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Jaundice I consulted a nuw ber of physicians and tried all sorts medicines but got no relief Then began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a dIs- ease that had me In its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable edicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general for debility get Electric Bitters Its pcgadranteedOOc Mr and Mrs L D Bishop and rs David Bishop of Irvington Sunday with Mr Sam Bishop IToo Much Tom How about the Hon Thomas Targgart the chairman and offici al head of the national committee 1 Its Tom you are asking about 1 Ho maybe chairman of somethingf but when theres buisness to bo done its in Mr Bolmonts room its done pThofor a moment lIdont do go much on forms or ceremonious titlesho resumed and folks that knows mo can call1 as they choose Ive got a ki q of mo own at homo and half the time he calls mo Billy the same j I as his mother docsnBut Taggarts gooso was cook ed for New York and I know it soa soon as folks came in and began to call him Tom It dont do A taut- in 1ehis job who lets folks get famili ar with him never gets a hold here in New York No one over comes in and asks for or about Alt Parker or Gus Bill SheehanBclmontjOr jby But every whiskercdjgooso necked politician from the west walks in asks for Tom slaps him on the backcalls him Tom and putshis feet on his dcsklt loworsth dignity of the whole outfit It riles Mr Belmont A man came in here andsays to Mr Belmont How you eastern fellows like Tom l Are you referring to Mr Tag garthe answered Wo haveonly the best regards for MrTaggart MrTaggart hasmade many friends prlinmouth open So many Mr Tag with ncrcsIThen you do not like Mr TaggarU Oh yes said the Tommany man I like Tom as a good fel 3 low but ho hasnt dignity enough Ills jobNew York Corres Cleveland Plaindealer was this CASTOElX 1iBeare the The Kind You Have MWSTS Bosom J Blgnaturo YIAo- fso home Ait Burlier Generation A Russian immigrant of tender nge was being registered In a downtown Philadelphia school The questioned What is your name Katlnkn replied the child And your fathers name- I never hat one came the quick responseThen tell me your mothers name again said the teacher kindly I never hat no mudder neither answered the little child seriously I was born oil my granmudder Lip plncottsGrnsplnsr the Situation I want to see the man of the house said the fakir to the red haired lady who opened the door 1Do you want to see the man of the Ind energy I guess its you I want to see teddy responded the fakir with quick Philadelphia Bulletin Dramatic A man applied for an engagement at theater I Inclose you a newspaper cutting wrote to show you that I have aptitude for the stage The cutting was as follows The prisoner who denied the assault conducted his own case and defended himself in a manner somewhat dramatic And Its Ender I understand that there is a method which any short person may become tall May be so There are certainly methods by which tell1 persons may be come short New York Pres- sTARFORK Mrs Owen Rice was in Jloverport ThursdayMrs visited Mrs Anni- Marlow recently- J B Bates Jolly was in this co munity Wednesday Nut Rice is able to be out after indisposition Rev Jew Burdett spent Monday his son James and wife P H Keenan and wife returned from the St Lonif fair Friday Mrs L J TAU 1 and Miss Maggie Keenan went to Cloverport Friday Mrs Mary Dnnn and bars T HI Bates were guests of Mrs C Lone Goff day last week Mr Arrington of Hancock count a guest of Miss Emma Burdett week t Mrs Port Marlow of Patesville accompanied Miss Minnie Marlowet Saturday 411 I o N NN N NNNNO- I NA NS NSAe Ii A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER it e IFOR 90 DAYS ONLY- a N NNNNNNAN NNN Ir The Penis Mightier than the Sword i But there is a choice of Liens and in this progressive age Dire does not want to be tied down to AN OUTWORN STYLE OF PEN The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers a gooseQull1 out fathers a steel or ordinary gold pen but today we wanteA FOUNTAIN PEN that Is always ready for use thus dispensing with the inkstand In order to enable our readers to secure this really indispensable convenience we have made an arrangement The Solden Pen Mfg Co of New York City N Y 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tIle use of rerun write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and hd will be jpleased to give you his valuable ad Jce gratis Acltrcss Dr Hartman President of ho ITirlmdti Sanitarium Columbus O Mrs Mildred Newby and Mrs Ed Hook visited Mrs Lola Morton at Rock Lick this week Mrs Jim Burdett has been sick the past two weeks with a continued fever lint is much better Mr Jessie Marlow of Patesville Is making hit regular rounds and is stopping at Mr Monroe Marlowe Joe Dunn and wife of Pinoheco Mrs Addle Williams of near Fords villa were nt James tiurdettn one day this week- Sabbathschool which was organ ized last month at Tarfork church is changed from morning to afternoon and is being very well attended W W McCArty Mrs Chus Sutton and little daughter Susan Elizabeth of Davless county visited his daugh ter Mrs Thos H Bates last weeK NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY In The District Court of The United States For The Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In tho matter of I ROBERT H InnankrupteyIIANKItUIT QJ this 21st day of October AD1004 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 20th day of October A D 1004 huringbeof November A D 1904 before said curt t Federal Court Hall at ville Ky in sold disliict at 10 oclockt- o the forenoon or as near thereto jJJj practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in The Breckenridge News a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if they have why the prayer of said IangrantedWITNESS t Ev if + Judge of said Court and the seali jsaidi jF jrI A D 1004 THOS SPEED Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY Depty Clerk lm DrJCBushDENTIST m t t trj fjJ HardinsburgS V W MMTheii third Monday in every K iiimonth for four days =r I WILL BEAT- yl l i1i yll frvlngton S fi+ Friday and Saturday of same 1I J week t bA1 1Will be prepared to do all flikinds of uptodate dentistry 1 i I Cr 2r3 r35 l- W i 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