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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rIHr T r 1 f t rI iIrLL I lJ 4 i It THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1904 8 Pages NO 16 i s 99- I 9y I y I I I I r A p CIt Iti4 i4 I t ar Ift t n DEATH COMES TO M HAMMAN TRIBUTES PAID BY THE CITY Cloverport suffered the loss of one pf its oldest and most hlghlv respected cUizeus last Thursday in the death of M Hamman He entered the furni ture and undertaKing business in this pity in 18GO and hal been active ly engaged in business at the tIne of his death for a longer period than any other otizen On October 18 Mr Hamman received a stroke of paralysis the entire right side being affected This resulted in his dead at 015 oclock last Thurs day morning Previous to October 18 he was ill two weeds with bronchial pneumonia His condition was critical during the latter part of his illness and death was expected at any time Michael Hamman was born in Al sate Germany un November 111 18U5 In 1833 he came to America and set l ed at Cnnnelton Ind where he work ed at his trade of cabinet maker Seven years later he came to thh city where he went into the furniture and pnddrtaking business and continued at his trade Tne Him was styled M Hamman until January 1 1800 when Chas W Hamman associated himself with his lather and the name was changed to M Hamman ds Son Mr O W Hmman will continue to con duct the business under the old tirms name at the present Before the fire of March 13 1001 the firm of M Hamman Son occupied a threestory brick building and had an extensive stock They sustained a heavy loss hy the tire with no in surance but lebnilded and soon re established their trade The firm has been one of the most successful in the city Mr Hamman was married on De cember 0 18GO to Miss Christina Dhonau at Rome Ind Mrs Ham man ana the following children who were at his bedside when the end came are those who survive Mrs Ed JVhltebead Mrs J 1 May Miss Len- akulman C W Hum man and Harry Hamman ol this city Mrs Chas Bonffierof GallatinTenn aid Wilbur Hamman of Little Rock Ark Reared in the teachings of the Luth eran church Mr Hamman was a man of strong faith and convictions In- 1861he left this ohuroband with Mrs Hamman he united with the Presby terian uhnroh of this city as a mew her of which he was one of its strong est members and will be missed as eachMr Hamman was not a member ot any fraternal organization nor was he ever a public officer but if he had been he could not have had more friends Men liked him for his exem plary traits of character for fair dealing in his business transactions his devotion to his daily duties THE STOCK LAW t Probability That It Will Carry In The County What The Law Is And How To Vote Hardinsburg Ky Nov 1Spe- oralThe election is just a week off and by a general consensus of opin ion it is the quietest tnat wan ever known The voters simply refuse to enthuse notwithstanding the efforts of the leaders on both sides The He publicans claim the county by more than 200 majority and the Democrats concede 150 The stock law is creating more talk than the presidential election From what your correspondent has learned froze talking to men from all Darts of the county it seems that a majority of the votes will be cast for the Jaw However all pre election estimates should be taireq with many grains ot salt The petitions filed in the county court and the notices required to he published or posted shall state wheth er it is desired to prohibit the run ning at large of cattle generally or only certain species thereof and if only certain species they shall be designated by name When an election is ordered as h + ra in provided the county clerk shall have printed on ballots for each pre uinct in which a vote is to be ttkon the question for or against the mn ning at large ofor the species thereof designated in the petition in county naming itor in district or dirtrlotainaming it or them and a majority ot those voting upon this question shall vote in favor of per qualities that appealed to Rllwho knew him He had not only friends among the older citizens of the town but also among the younger men from whom manv expressions ot regret at his death were heard The death of Mr Hamman came as a shock to many old friends at Cannelton nnd Tell City where as the Tell Oity News says he was well Known principally to the older gen eration aa a man of high character But if nothing should be said here commending his character the tri bute paid his memory by this city by old friends of other towns and niB bus iness associates would be sufficient On Friday the day of the funeral of the deceased the business houses or the city the postolHce the public school and the railroad shops were closed part of the afternoon and a large concourse of citizen attended the funeral A large number of outoftown people were in attendance among whom were the following William Schergens H D Stnehrk Gustave Meyer A 1 Fenn Jacob Zoercher Mike Bettinger Tell City Mesdames G W Pohl Andrew Hatel Henrv Rotte and Messrs Charels Hafele and Peter Baoner Cannelton Jacob and William Dhonau Mr and Mrs Wal ton KroushMr and Mrs Daniel Sohank Rome Ind Peter Diuk German RIage Ind C J Fella Addison Mr and Mrs Fred UicK Julius Dutschke Chas Riedel Holt Chas Fuuhs Tell City Wm Dhonau Rome Albert Dohnau Jivansville Mr Fuchs is a brotherinlaw of Mrs M Hammnn and Messrs Dhonau are her brothers The funeral was conducted from the Presbyterian church at 280 oclock Friday afternoon Rev T C Kerr the pastor preached the fnneral sermon jssistod bv Rev P L King and Rev S 0 Christian The pallbearers were G W Short H A Oelzo F P Paner G BabbagA J C Nolto and Fral Fralz The interment was at the city cemetery There were many beautiful floral offerings Besides the local ones there were offerings from thA National Casket company of Louin villa B A Evans a travollug sales man for the company nnd the Chair makers Union of Tell City And thus was paid a last and most fitting tribute to a man by men at home and ata distance who knew that he had lived a good life among them CARD OF THANKS- We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for the sympathy and many kind acts shown us during the illness and at the death of our beloved husband and fatherMrs M Hamman and children mitting cattle or the species thereof named in the petition to run at large then this law shall not be in effect in the district di ticts or county as the case may be where the vote is taken but if a majority of those vot ing upon this question shall vote against the running at large of cattle or the species thereof named in the petition then it shall be unlawful after thirty days from said election for any person tc j brmit any cattle or the species thereof named in the peti tion owned by or under his control cr in his custody to run at large In said district districts or county as the case may be and any person so offending shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars for each offense and if any damages shall be committed by cattle in any such district districts or county the owner of such cattle shall be liable for all such damages whether the place where the damages occurred be mobs ed by a lawful fence or not and the person damaged shall have a lien on the cattle commuting the damage for the amount thereof and cost of suit and it shall futhermore be the duty of of any constable sheriff or town mar shal to Impound any cattle found run ning at large in such district dis tricts or county and the owner or bailed thereof shall pay to the officer im pounding for each bead so impounded one dollar and the cost of feeding and taking care of such cattle Provided The cost of impounding any number of cattle at any one time shall not exceed three dollars and the cost of feeding and such officer shall have a lien on the cattle so impounded for his fees and expenses which he may enforci in the manner mcrtgage liens are en forcedThe poll of elections held under this law shall be compared and the result announced in the manner at the time made by the persons authorized to compare the polls and declare the result in elections held for county ont uers and the result shall be spread up in the records of the connty court at its next regular term held after the result is declared and the result of the election may be contested in the manner provided for the contest of elections held for county officers ex cept that notice of the contest shall be signed by at least five persons who voted at the election and shall be ser ved upon at least five persons who voted on the opposite sides at tho elec tion and costs shall be recovered by the prevailing party as in other cases if contested election for connty officers In any district districts or county in which a vote is taken under this law another vote Shall uot he taken until after the expiration of four years from toe time the last vote was taken How To Vote On another page will be found a sample ballot of the sort that will be used lu voting in this county next Tnesaay The ballot is the same as the original ballot with a few exceptions one being that the words Yes and No under the head Stock Law should be For and Against The first two terms are mis leading Those who are in favor of the stock law will stamp in the square which says Against Those who are in favor of stccs con tinning to run at large will stamp in the square which says For He Feels Bad Who is stopped up with a Cold in the Head or Chest Quinine may make you sicK but if you will apply Paracamph freely and snuff up tha nose you will get instant relief be cause It opens the pores stimulates the circulation and removes all congestion fever nnd inflammation Paracamph prevents Pneumonia So dont lot your cold hang on Try a hottle today Clarence Mattijgly went to Owens horo Saturday to visit friends J 8mm Mr and Mrs M Weatherholt Octo ber 20 boy Dr and Mrs W A Walker Hardins bnrg October 25 girl Virginia Darve Mr and Mrs Jesse Whitworth Hardinsbarg October 25 a boy Alfred FIX S7 AS PRICE The local unions of the American Society of Equity In Davess county were organized into a county union at Owensboro Friday A committee of five members was appoints f to fix a price on tobacco in tne aark tonic o belt the same tobe submiuitted by the delegates from the Dnviess county anion to the national convention at Lynchburg the comittee reported that a uniform price of S7 a hundred for leaf lugs and trasn should be the minituum The report was adopted READ TillS Louisville Ky June 18 1001 Dr E W HallStLonis MoDear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder trouble and one half bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has oared me and can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully T N Roberts 1810 Maple at A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kiduey and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions wean end lame hacks then matism and nil 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 mail on receipt of 6ll One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 029 StI Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggists u rtJtt fMIIfJl1liJIJWfJIIM Worlds nd- I Fair HH- e HH I Return I YOU ARE GOING TO Tfifi IFWORLDS FAIR WHY NOT GOO- NTuesday Morning Nov 8r The weather is pleasant and now is your time You can join my party any place from Louisville to Owensboro including t the branch at the above rate WriteI me j J C CRUTCHER Railroad Agent at WFBSTERKENTUCKY L W u u ROYAL Baking Powder Makes Cler Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK PARKER SPEAKS IIt To Farmers With Object To Show Them That A Vigil Tariff Is Not Good For Themd The following paragraphs are from a speech made last Friday by Judge Alton Porker at his home to a dele gallon of farmers from Orleans county New YorkfI shall detain yon but a little lon ger I understand that the majority of you are farmers As I was born and a brought up on a farm and have lived on one for a number of years as a 1 mutter of choice I think I underaaml something about the burden they have to carry I know some f the difficulties that stand in the WII y of a fair price for some of their products The farmer has suffered oven more possibly than the wage earner by excessive tariff duties Hundreds ofI thousands of farmers in thus country I hav voted for high tariff Every times I they did it they voted to add o their nurdena to add to the cost of nturlyII all they buy tome were stimulated to do it oy the suggestion that it wnsII necessary to build up our infant industries As I said the other day however many of these industries I have at list become giant industries The largest of these la the United States Steel Corporation with stocks and bonds outstanding amounting toll 400000001 Suppose a collector ot that corpora tion should come to each of you ItndII ask you to contribute 1 or 5 or 25 a year toward the support ot the corII poratidn Woula yon do it I Is therett any argument that could possibly be adduced that would persuade you that Iit is for the good of the country that you should with hundreds of thousands 1 of othereiuake a small contribu tion each year towards the greater profit which would result to that institution I Certainly not Is it not I just as absurd for yon to contribute to that corporation indirectly Everv time you buy a shovel a plough a I sewing machine a mowing machine or other article containing steel you I are contributing a very substantial part of the purchase price toward setting the profits nf the steel inter j eats A FAMILIAR ILLUSTRATIONII Let me take a very familiar illustration I The duty on steel rails is 784II a ton The purpose of it is to ahutI out other steel tram competing with our manufactures at home The real object therefore is to mane those who use steel rtile contribute to theI manufacturer over and above the market price to the world 784 plus whatever it would cost to bring the rails from another country here Now that is what it was intended to do Let us see what it has done in its practical working ontoWe have sold steel rails in foreign countries afte paying tne cost of transportation at 10 a tonAt the same time we demanded and received from out home con sumers 28 a ton That is a difference of 0 a ton Our people are compelled to pay that difference to the home manufacturer though they know the homo manufacturer is paying theI freight to other countries and selling the same article there for 0 less i ton In other words of every 100 we pay for steel rails nearly CO cents i- an sI assessment made by the tariff law upon the buyer for the benoiit of the manufacturerNow think the law ought to compel yon to continue to pay an axsesmcent every time yon or the members of your family buy an article of clothing or buy anything to use That is precisely what we have been until we have concentrated the wealth and power in this country in comparatively tew hands All this was not foreseen by the original advo enteR of tariff taxation Some of the advocates of the protective duties re asoned that our people would not snff unduly because if the price were kept too nigh it would stimulate pro duction nt home And so it did for long time It stimulated porduntion so rapidly that our present ability to produce is twice as great us our home demand Then what happened Y Schemes for combining the properties engaged in a given business were undertaken Plants in California and Maine and perbans many of the States between wer placed under one man igement The object was to make the farmer laborer and busi ness man continue to pay the high prices which the tariff law made pos ible in this country without competi flop What IQ the result There are said to be 403 combinations or trusts in this country I do not voucn tor the accuracy of these figures but they have been otten given nod so far as know without contradiction In order to mane many of these combina tions pay good dividends on the watered stOCK the tariff taxes must be kept up and so these combinations- are trying to give success to the Re publican party Because that party and its President have notified the country that they stand pat aa they call it on the tariff which means that they will not interfere with it Now the building up of these great combinations usually culled trusts was prompted by excess ve tariff du ties but it has been extended far be yond the plans of the originators That in their operatiou most of them have proved hurtful to the general public cannot be questioned Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elyu Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleans es and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses Itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to tne diseased membrane should not bo used Cream Burn is recognized as a specific Price GO cents at druggists or by wail A cold in the head immediately disapperas when Cream Balm Is used Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York SMITH AT HARTFORD IA special to the Courier Journal from Hartford under date of October 20 says Congressman D H Smith spoke to day to the largest and most enthusi astic Democratic gathering thus far this year assembled in Ohio county Hla reference to the race question in Rer publican party was sexoeptionally at tractive and pleasing to his audience and hIs exposition of it together with his many other telling points will make many votes for him and the party in this county MEETING AT GARFIELD Irviogton Ky Nov lSpeclal- i The Rev J T Lewis leaves November tho 7 to engage in a meeting with the Rev Everett English at Garfield Subscribe for tho NEWS i i i di r dr i I di dr i r Mait i u r t 1of ttr s ru iii 6 t i The Breckenridge News c ==WEDNESDAY November 2 1004 INTERESTING NEWS IN TOBACCO FIELD Great Merger Is Carried Out Big gest Shipment To Ireland Is From This State AS TO SELLING LEAF TOBACCO Vice Chancellor Pitney at Trent on N JL after hearing tho argument on tho rule to show cause why tho Consolidated Continental und American Tobacco Companies should not be restrained from currying out the proposed merger dismissed the bill of complaint- On October 11th Alan II Strong of counsel for tho com plainant raised a question as to whether the Morton Trust Com pany as a trustee really had tho bonds which the promoters of the merger claimed it had Tho court appointed Halsey M Barrett a mastor to examine the bonds and ho handed up his report but it was not filed This question being settled the three companies were incorporated under tho designation of the American Tobacco Company The Company has Un authorized cap italization of 180000000 of which 80000000 is preferred stock with G per cent cumulative dividends and 100000000 common stock Tummies B Duke is president of the new company which hay its offices at 101 First street lersoy City N1J Gallahers Big Gain Belfast Oct 699e largest shipment of tobacco that has ever come into Ireland has just been discharged from the steamship Torr Head It consists of 3000 hogsheads from Kentucky which came via New Orleans TIll value anldutyoa this tobicco amounts to 500000 and several other similar shipments mire expected to rllll1CI 10 consignmenti of this tobacco is to Gullaher Ltd Belfast Manager J W Bell of this firm says that wiiMi Mr Crillaherl wis in the United Stator last year he foresaw u shortage in tho 100 1 crop and in order to protect his customers from the conse iliiriUMM of this he made heavy purchases Ills anticipation had been more than realized as the I raw material had sinco advanced 30 per cent Some Requirements A party other than a farmer or grower of tobacco desires to bo informed what revenue tax would be required to bo paid by him to sell leaf tobacco in tho hand and whoro to obtain the license Ho was advised that in order to carry out his wishes and sell leaf tobacco in tho hand to consumers he would be required to qualify as n man ufacturer of to bacco and put tho tobacco up in statutory packages ranging from one to sixteen ounces the same as required for Smoking Tobacco and that each such pack age must be properly labeled and stamped and the stamp properly canceled or tho tobacco might be put up in wooden packages con taining 10 2040 or 60 pounds the same as provided by law nod regulations for Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco the tax in each case being ut the rate of G cents per pound That no special tax is required to be paid to engage in such business but that the applicant must give bond and register with tho collect or for his district English Tobacco Revenues The revenue tho English Govern ment derived from tobacco in tho twelve months which closed March 1st amounted to 62500000 This is an increase of 875000 or 14 per cent over the preceding year The Commissioners of Customs state in their reportI The revenue from tobacco probably moves with greater regularity than from any other dutiable roods Tho London Tobacco comments on this sentence in this wise This probably affords the clue to the devoted attraction which tobacco has for those who preside over tho nations finances when in search of more money Light Receipts The receipts of leaf tobacco at the tobacco warehouse in Louisville have been the smallest this week of any week in tho history of the leaf ti CO biino in this city During tne past two days but thirtyfive hogsheads have been received and tho receipts for the entire week will not exceed 300 hogsheads The present time is just between seasons whon the receipts are al ways light but for the past few weeks they have been exceptionally light This is accounted for by tobacco men by the fact that the iigh price for burley has had the affect of rushing all that grade of tobacco to the market early in the IThlI crop aro about all in and too few offerings in that grade are chiefly of a poor quality Fridays Louisville Ileraldv RespectOldAgo Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age bat just the contrary in tho case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to his perfect Pill 2Sev at Short Haynes Drug Store SUIT OVER CHILD Hawesville Ky Oct 2flThe legal battle that has been delayed and lookedl forward to for It week over tho possession of a child came off here today The child was an orphan named Clarence Clarkand it was raised by Iko Roberts of Pinchecoc Two years ago his wife died und the boy Wits let go to the home of a neighbor S D Lain to live for a time Recently Robert got in condition to get tho child backand sought to do so This resulted iu a fight in which pistols were drawn and in which the sheriff of tho county was a participant inhisoflicialca pacity In the trial hero today tho child was awarded to Roberts Theres Dysentery Colic too And Cramps but this remember dO Though enemies all babes must meet TEETHINA wilt them all defeat DEETHINA Overcomes and Counteracts the Effeota of the Summers Heat Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels and makes teething easy Cbstonly 25 cents TO LOCATE IN SOUTHJJ Mr and Mrs Lightfoot Miller of Hawesvillo were the guests of Mr and Mrs C E Lightfoot Wednesday evening before leaving for Mississippi where they will locate Mr Miller will go into tho merchandise business in Mississippi Ho formerly resided herei but forseveral years he has been in time milling business in Hawseville Mrs Go Bentley of Ilawesville iI was also the guest of Mr and lrsII Lightfoot Wednesday evening Thonsands Cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of oases of piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the recommendation of cur druggist so writes C H LnCroix o ZH valla Tex and used it for a stubborn case of the files It cured me permanently Sold bv All Druggists SPEAKS AT TELL CITY Senator lieu F Tillman of South Carolina who is known us tho Pitchfork Statesman and who is famous as an orator will speak tonight in tho interest of Parker and Davis at Tell City Evciy new cash subscriber to Tii NEws will bo given to Farm and one year free old subscriber who pays his subscription to tho THE NEWS to Januaiy 1005 and year in advance will be years subscription to this valuable this olFer before you neglect it VVVVI TAKBWINK 1 CAKDilJ ATHOME Arc you a sufferer Has your doctor been muuc- ccssful Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourself AT HOME Nearly 1500000 omen hare bought Vine of Cirnlui from t their druggists and have cured themselves at home of such troubles as periodical bearing down and ovarian pains Icucor rhcca barrenness nervousness dizziness nausea and despond ency caused by female weakness These are not easy cases Wino of Cardui cures when the doctor ca t- Wine of Carduv docs not im tate UIO organs There is no pain in the treatment Itisa soothing tonic of healing herbs free from strong and drastic drugs It ia successful because it cures in a wayWinoCardui cm be bought from your druggist at 8100 a bottle and you can begin this treatment today Will you trynt In cases requiring special direction address giving symptoms Tho Iddlta Admorr Dept The Chattanooga Mtilelne Co Cbattanoojn Tcnn COOK WILL PROBATED The will of tho late William Cool WitS probated Monday nxorn ing with Mr E E Kelly as ad ministrator of tho estate which t is something less than 1500 I There is about 650 in money the rest in land notes Mr Cooks grandsons Willie and Herman Scherer will receive the amount when of ago Willie Fclicrcr re ceiving about l000IIawesville Plaindcalor A Good Completion lI Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of ITacogdoches Tex A certain cure for blliouHnefis constipation etc Small pilleasy to takn eusy to act Sold by all Druggists WITH AMERICAN R 0 Willis is bark with the local receiving warehouse of the I American Tobacco company usJJ bookkeeper in which capacity I ho was employed last winter and spring lie was Postmaster Row lands assistant the past summer and fn llICASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought i Bears the Signaturoof GGLGkI1 iI FLY T C Benbowof Montana and T S Baldwin California Have Successful Airships St Louis Oat 27 Floating gr oe fully in the air at an average heigh of thirty feet un airship designed anf built hyl T U Bmbow of Col umhuB Montana made what the in rentor declares a successful trial High at the worlds fair today The big car is a cigar shaped balloon bearing a ear and motor The machinery and operator rose fron the ground after navigating in the air Bttetn ininntfs during whiol time Benhow directed the vessel to ward all directions of the compass The vessel1 slowly descended Benbow said he prevented it from rising higher by the rapid condensation of the gas which reduced the lifting powder Baldwins Airship- St Louis Oct 2tiThe dirvgibli balloon of T S Baldwin the San Francisco aeronaut was sent upat the Worlds fair grounds Thursday afternoon with AK Knabenshue or Toledo 0 ou frame controlling it Tlv 3 ascension was made as a trial effort and the airship did remarkably well until the seven horsepower motor stopped while the balloon was over the Plaza tit Louis After that It drifted off toward the Illinois side of the rrver Knit benshue prior to the break ing of tbe engine made two complete circuits over the Administration building at the lair and clearly de monstrated tu Capt Baldwin the inventor of the ship that it was capable of beiiij steered and sent in any direo tioa When the ascent was made during the afternoon the wind was blowing in gnats at intervals Not withntading the wind the balloon answered its rudder quickly Percy Hudson chine of aeronautic at the fair declared that the balloon was eligible for the I10WOU prize conte- stCANNERYS OUTPUT Tho past week at the local branch canning factory of tho H T Polk company of Greenwood Ind has been dovotedto labeling casing and shipping the goods tanned here this your About 275000 cans of and 24 000 gals of peaches was the total output of the local factory this Ylur Cured Of Eczema Mr Dan A Brings Glasgow Kyt says About two year ago I hair Eczema so bas that I could scarcely sleep at all I purchased a bottle of Paracatuph and made not over one dozen applications when I was en tirely well I highly recommend Paracnuiph for all irritations of the skin and would not be without it in my home Faracampb soothes cools and heals Try a 2a bottle SPEAKS TODAY Governor T C W IJeckham speaks this afternoon at Branden burg in the interest uf Parker and Davis instead of yesterday as was announced in last weeks I Yourileart May Be Weak One to Person in FourHas- a WeaK Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart Is shortness df breath after exercise Tour heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Palna In the Side Dack And Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow x weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc It therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Mlles Now Heart Cure The Heart Curo will do you good as It Is A splendid tonlo for the blood and nerves and wilt revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee I that the first bottle will do you good- Ie It doesnt your money back HI was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently nIl right and without n moments warning would fall as though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible drend possessed i me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions Iwould be attacked and whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of tho most eminent of tho state Not finding re Rhyslclans this source I began taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure and begun to Improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I have not hnd an attack for five bearsMRSJOHN DUES13ACK Xelpslc 0 FREEWrite to us for Free Trlat of Dr Miles Anti Yarn PIUs the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right ItFree DR MILES MEDICAL CO IkAOJQBATOIUES ELKHART IND PARDON FOR MORRISON ALMOST A CERTAINTY Jas Morrison of Rono Perry county Ind was in the city last Wednesday uvenuij en route home from Cannelton His two brothers Dr Lindsey Morrison ofr Vest Point and Andy Morrison of Louisville passed through that even ing en route from Cannelton to their respective homes Messrs Morrison were at Cannelton to be present ab the argument for a new trial for their aged father T W Morrison who shot and killed Milton S Conkeyof Bono om April 85 of this year After the argu ment was heard Circuit Judge Cook by agreement with Judge W Ai Land attorney for the defense changed the verdict of the first trial which was a life sentence to to 21 years in prison and the charge from murder to man slaughter The case was first tried last AugustIt claimed that Morrison shot Conkey in selfdefense Conkey hnd killed two men himself Morrison was eti deputy United States marshal and bores I good reputation u Those iinterested in Morrisons release are to begin work ut once securing uame on n petition for his pardon It is claimed that every ntau in the Rono neighborhood except one will sign the petition MOVES TO ILLINOIS This week look will lose one of its citizens Kirby Tucker who moves to Bondvillo III Mrs Ef fie Tucker his sistorialnw will make her homo with his family in Illinois Subscribe for tho NEWS C uArX A AjfcOAAj J fvv V fJtJ JcAA t J 1 wF HV V F I HjB rI The Breckenridge News and Farm and Fireside II- II Both One Year for 100 crt 1o AND FIRESIDE is issued twice a month twentyfour numbers a year and has from 20 to 32 large pages FARMI each issue it is profusely illustrated with halftones It is the best farm and home journal in America Thousands of dollars are expended annually for expert advice for the farmer dairyman stockraiser poultryman and gardener It has departments for the good housewife fashion pages patterns good stories puzII IIfruitgrower a lawyer and doctor wit arid humor columns and a young peoples department Examine the sample copy that has been sent to you M I OUR PROPOSITION K BnEOKKXiiiDOK a subscription Fireside Every BKECKENIUDGE 1 one given a farm paper Accept today BACK SHIPS THAT the tomatoes News diagnose 2 This is an opportunity to secure Farm and Fireside one year free by merely paying yourI subscription in advance You can learn tho date on which your subscription expires by examin ing tho figures following your name on th9 address label of THE BUEOKEXKIDGE NEWS If you are already paid ahead send 100 and your time will bo advanced anothei year ADDRESS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY II N BBy the terms of our contract with the publisher we can only make this offer until Jan 1 1905so subscribe before that dateJ k0 tAjW WL u fin J u r u u uu iflJlIJ AIAn Jlu uu ItJIl u uu 11 Jill JlJI MIII JJ wW I t zb- l I L I II I II J 3 rt I 4 I 1 Ir r 4 11- I 1L j llI 1i 1ji 1 t i 1 1 tl 1 f I III p rI 5 = r f + Ilr r- v e The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 2 1004 25000 PASSENGERS TO ST LOUIS IN A MONTH- A prominent railroad periodical makes the statement that of all the railroads in the country the roads out of Louisville have shown the greatest increase in passenger tradio on account of the St Louis Worlds Fair Regardless of what other rail roods may bQ doing in this line thelines outof Louisville to St Louis the Southern the Louis ville Henderson and St Louis and the Baltimore and Ohio South western have all since the Worlds Fair began enjoyed tremendous passenger business which for the past two months has rapidly in creasedThe three railroads out of Lou isville carried in September no less than 25000 passengers to St Louis against 3500 during the corresponding period of last year an increase of something like 800 per cent The passenger travel to St Louis is rapidly increasing and the business for October pro mises to be largely in excess of that of SeptemberLouisville Herald famIlYDr I 1 I WHITTINGHILL SUES Burl A Whittinghill who form erly lived near Waitman in this county but who now resides in Breokenridgo county has filed a suitiin the Hancock cricuit court against the Aetna Insurance com panyThis an effort to collect from this company about 500 on a mortgage note that he hold against tho Peoples drug store which burnedabout three years ago at Lowisport The stock was insur ed for i000and shortly after the lire Gr Schafor the owner made a compromise settlement with tho company for about 50 per cent of the amount which left tho Whittinghill notes unpaid and ho now seeks to compel the company to pay the balance of the insurance on his note Han cock Clarion Disasterous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrek and the same fansep are making human wrecks ot suffer ers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Coldsev3n the worst oases nan be cured and hopeless resignation la no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short A Haynes Druggists Price GOo and 100 Trial bottles free i We can lll I L We1frbiziI Do you think we cannot make buggies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We call I to For tho nearest correct estimate or guess 1000000 for the second nearest correct or guess 500000 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estlmato or guess 50000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 200CO For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For tho 10 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 150 each 50000 For the 31 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 25 each 50000 For tho 42 noxt nearest correct estimates or guesses f15 each 03000 For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 810 each 100000 For the 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 5 each 151000 493 prizes amounting to To aid In forming yonr estimates wo furnish tho following figures Tho TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President In the year 1864 1868 of 4233 per cent Ib72 of 1394 per cent 1876 was8U213Llncreuso of 3010 per cent 1880 was92OI400Increaso of 947 percent 1884 was 100H0S5lncrease ot 907 per cent 16S8 was 11380800lncrease of per cent 1892 was 12 X of 500 per cent 1800 was 13923109increase of 1545 per cent 1900 was13 959 6531ncreuseof 36 per cent 1904 What will It be Figure It out or guess at It and send In your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Bo careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Donttall to take of the PRIZES FIRST TIME EVER DRY For the first in her history Brandenburg is a dry The last saloon license expired day C M Smith and Juno Brown have applied for license since the decision rendered in the Circuit Court that tho recent el I ection was void The City Council will meet tonight Tuesday to act on the question Wo have been infornnd that a majority of the trustees will refuse to grant license If they do this another election will bo called to settle the question Mcade County McsI stingerWON THE BANNER Meade county teachers capturjd the banner at the Hpdgenville meeting hut countyinwon last Saturday by 11 per cent Larue the next closest county hnd an average of 3s per cent while Meades per cent was 49 This is twice Meade has won the banner during Mr Arnolds ad ministration Meade County Messen- geENTERTAINED Mr and Mrs S P Conrad entertained Tuesday evening of last week in honor of Misses Annie II unbletonof Sorgho and Zillah Bates of Hawesville who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs C ELightfootMr Shelby Conrad entertain ed informally last Wcdnetday evening in honor of Misses Bates and Hanibleton I II goodwork fI youThere this kindof work but satisfaction to both maker and user If its new and uptodate we make it Remember InameI I 1 The Geo Delker CofA CORPORATION 120 to 123 Elm Street Henderson Kentucky Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct the factory OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST I Here is The List of Prizes estimate S2100000 Valuable Information was4re419Z was5724086 Increase waI6466165Iucrease 1330 9S51lncrense advantage SPECIAL time town Mon more In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For July1st50000For50000ForJuly15th50000For50000For50000For50000Iortho50000ForOctober 1st and before October 15th 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 25 00000I Subscription BlankIInclosed find to apply on subscription account I Namoj j i Postofflce State iibwna My Estimates of tho total vote tobe cast on November J 8 1004 for the offlco of President are 1 j Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i Cloverport Ky I IWhen You Buy Spoons knives forks etc buy reliable brands even If they do cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROS is the stamp it insures genuine Rogers quality famous for wear everywhereFormakers International Sliver Co Merlden Conn THIS IS NEWS Frankfort Ky Oct GThe- r Kentucky Journal prints a story in which it says that it has it straight that there will be no ex tin session of the legislature That when the Capitol Commission meets November 10 there will be a several flays session told that advertisements for contracts of various kinds of work will be made work to begin inthe early spring the building to be comple ted on present site A Heavy Load To lift that load oil of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia flare It digests what you eat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are curable are in stantly relieved and permanently cur ed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Main streetNew Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal satisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive relief and sub sequent cure for this distressing ail ment I feel that I am ahvnys sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spok en of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure way discovered after years of scientific experiment and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by All Druq g std WERE BADLY HURTS W Bassott of Union Stir deputy sheriff of Breckenridge county was in the city Thursday en route home from Appleton City Mo where ho went to see his mother Mrs Maria A Bassett and daughter MrsMnry Bottoms who were badly hurt by being thrown out of a buggy Mrs Bas sett is eighty years old Mothers Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little one it has saved A certain cure for cough croup and whooping cough A L Spatford Postmaster of Chester Mich sarslOur little girl was unconsolOUS from s rangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quicKly relieved and cured her and I cannot praise it too highy One Minute Cough Urge relieves coughs makes breathing euRy cuts out phlegrndraws out inflammation and removes every cause of a cough and strain on lojngs Sold by All Druggists HER INSTRUCTIONS- A Kansas woman wanted a set of false teeth and wrote to Tope ka dentist thusHly mouth is three inches acrost liveeighths thru the jowl Some hummecky on the aigc shaped somcthin liko a hoss shoe toe forard If you want mo to be more particular Ill have to come up thanTopeka Cap ital1 Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Taolets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by Short Haynes COURT OF APPEALS Gross vs Breckenridgo Bank Breckenridgo agreement filed rindappellant given extension of fifty days and appellee an exten sion of sixty days to file brief Commonwealth of Kentucky use etc vs Pato etc Breck enridgeiagreement filed and ap police given an extension of thirty days to file brief 7 I JOHN S CULLEY 1 BRICK CONTRACTOR h I Louisville Ky b r ososetieooooooeeieit t OFFICERS B F BIIARD PRKSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier v DIRECTORS 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as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1904 THE betting in New York is G to 1 on Roosevelt IllinoisTHE Democrats are by a plurality of 35000 JUDGE PARKER has at last got his mouth open and his foot in it TIm leading daily papers of the country are conceding Roosevelts election BKECKENRIDGE county the Republicans say will give Roosevelt 250 majority over Parker BETTER prices for pig in Pittsburg Joe Green Anderson says he would like to ship em a lot THEHE is not a dollar of campaign fund in this county on either side thank the Lord Well have a decent election TIm men who are really suffering in this campaign are the man ufacturers of campaign buttons badges torches etc WATSON says Roosevelt is straddling nothing but the war horse and Parker is straddling everything but the war horse TIm Colorado election law requires that voting booths shall be built so as to expose the voters legs to the knees Women vote in Colorado DONT forget the stock law And dont forget how to cast your ballot so it will count The stock law ought to carry It is a good law for everybody Quit guessing contest closes at midnight Nov 7 Get in your guess and your dollar before that time It doesnt cost you a cent to guess and you might strike a fortune u THKHK is plenty of hot campaign stuff floating around up north where the fight is fierce and the political batteries are all on fire They tell it on Mr Roosevelt that when ha was a boy he threw hot I pennies to monkeys and that when Judge Parker was fourteen years old ho once placed a wad of chewing gum on the button of an electric door bell thereby causing the doorbell to ring incessantly until the gum was removed and for these reasons neither of the gentlemen is fit to be president They tell it on Senator Knox who is cutting a big figure in the campaign that when he was a boy at school he took great umbrage at a studious youth who insisted on wearing long hair and an air of abstraction that Knox with the aid of two accomplices did wilfully seek out the aforesaid youth and cut said hair close to the scalp thereby causing the studious youth much anguish of soul and loss to the world of unuttered truths and this unfits Mr Knox for the position of senator They say again that Mr Parker is not fit to be president because forsooth he rides a dockedtailed horse And that President Roosevelt is more fit because he is a man of war instead of peace Men are taken at their worth by their acts which arc true keys of character and President Roosevelt soldier and true sports man though he is loves animals and would never do an unkind thing to them Mr Fairbanks the candidate for vicepresident on the Re publican ticket who was said to be cold reserved and unapproacha ble by the masses is proving to be one of the greatest and most suc cossful campaigners in the field It is said of him now that he can shake the hands of more people and get closer to them than Tom Tag girt ever did Ilie not only uses one hand but both after his speechat going through the mob shaking right ford left They say that he really enjoys it too That he likes to get close to the people and that he has learned to feel that the crowds are interested in him and that both have a common interest in the subjects discussed It does hunt good therefore to he able to meet und greet various individuals He is making friends for the Republican ticket everywhere They tell on Tom Watson the Populist candidate for president that while ho was in Now York ho didnt sleep in his undershirt but followed the plutocratic practice of wearing pajamas And Debs has killed his chances for he chews nonunion fine cut AN INVITATION Rome I ml Oct 2S Iglu Editor Breckenridfce News Sir Knowing that you are always anxious to lend the fanners a helping hand through your paper I wish to use a little splice to invite Perry countys Breckenridge friends to Derby Iud for the regular annual farmers institute on November 10 and 17 The greeting to them by the farmers of the vicinity of Derby is Come for the opening Stay till the close All is free aud welcome L A Stockwell of Cloveidale Ind and W B Anderson of Velpin Ind have been secured as part of the instruct ors Local home talent on both sides of the Ohio river will make addresses Other State lecturers will be secured The Derby ferryman will be in attend ance at all hours to ferry those who may wish to ride or drive to point opposite Derbp The ferriage will be half price to allwho attend the institute this rate being in effect from November to noon on November IS J J Wheeler Chni No Poison In Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of Now South Wales Australia had an analysis made of nil the cough medi clues that were sold in that marmot Out of the entire list they found only entirelyfroewas Chamberlains Copgh Remedy made by the Chamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U S A The absence of all narcotics makes this remedy the safest and best that can be had and It is with a feeling of security that any mother can give It to her little ones Chamberlains Cough Remedy is especially recommended by Jltn makers for coughs colds croup and whooping byShort Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly CgtAl BAIM Gce o4s 9or5 EL8taa Cream Balm Is placed Into me noetras spreads over the membrane and la absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and w care follows It It not dryingdoes not produce netting Large Size 60 cents at Drug gilts or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York OUR INDUSTRIES flachlne Shops of L H St L RR Machine Shops and Foundry Canning Factory Tile Roofing Factory Two Planing Mills Saw Hill- Flouring Mill Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposits 22355098 Real Estate Improvement Co American Tobacco Factory Qallaher Tobacco Co Limited nonument Works The best country print shop In Ken tucky Equipped with natural gas electric lights typesetting ma chine fast presses and all modern Improvements ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE HenryDeUavenCounty Judge of lireckenrldgo county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized to announce R W of Hancock county a candidate for State Senator from this the 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock Breckenrldge and Meado subject to the actlonof the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE SelbylJllcCrackenRepresenttlvethe action of the Democratic party BIG OAK LOG It required ten horses to haul a big white oak log which was brought to town last week by T W Sanders to be shipped to Evansville The log measured out 1510 feet was 40 inches in diameter at the small end and 54 inches at the large end It belonged to the timber firm of Cooper Williams and was cut on a tract of land near Tar Springs One of the finest lots of oak timber ever cut in the county was hauled to town this year from this tract of land many logs out of several hundred averaging a thousand feet by measure lAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic YouVnow what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 50- cPARKER PREDICTS VIC TORY Esopus N Y Oct 28 Parker today made his first public prediction as to the outcome of+the election In a speech to delegation composed largely of farmers from Orange and Rockland counties New York he interpolated the following III want to assure you that if we work hard enough if we each do our part we can win this fight I did not feel like saying so until lately but we are growing so rapidly that if our people do their best I do believe the victory to be our- sHANCOCK BUYER The Hancock Clarion says that GR RabbitNave of near Owensboro has rented the big Haucook tobacco warehouse in Hawesvilleand will buy all the available tobacco in Hancock county as soon as the season opens The announcement of Mr Naves coming to Hawesville is good news to the farmers of Hancock county as there was not a big buyer in Haw esvillei last year and the larger part uf the countys crop was marketed in Cloverport and Owensboro tnere by incurring for them much trouble and expense Neglect To have a good remedy in the house for Burns Cuts and Bruises often causes serious results Para campb is the best thing yon can have It relieves pain instantly and cares quicKly without leaving ugly scars It does this because it heals from the bottom of the wound and is therefore better than the oldfashioned Salves and Ointments It absolutely prevents bloodpoisoning so keep a bottle in your home- J T Conner was down from Homo Ind Wednesday aud Thursday d4L S5r0RIABears taeReKind You Have Always Bough Signature 1Itor 7 r IDRRPKEENE jjjj- T f8 tisml DENTISTS I II Ik OF OWENSBORO K J 1 lyylwill bo In Dr LlRhtfools omen one V toNI M ftlon J I Will be Here November 21 to 27 ft II tL =ra3r3r THE BIGGEST BET Silver City N M Oct HOV C Place of the Pinos Altos Gold end Silver Mining Company of Grant county N M and Charles M Shan non proprietor of a newspaper in Silver City have made the largest bet thus tar on the result of the Presidential election Mr Place bets his new gold mill and all the companys mines and property including the mercan tile house valufld at 600000 on Roosevelt against the Hughes and Shannon mine property also valued at 600000 on Yorker ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fever Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature 150 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discoveredand now thousands are cured daily Never mind whttt you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co IMPROVEMENT- The Cannelton Telephone is now at sixcolumn quarto sheet and is a grea improvement over the old paper which was printed on n Vaughn Ideal press Brother Early should be complimented for this uptodate change in his paper especially because he is ahead of the majority of his contemporaries in his section of Indiana in this respect MURRAYS DATES Gen David R Murray of Har dinsburg was advertised Saturday to speak at the following places by the Democratic State Commit tse At Adalrvllle Monday October 31 and 1 p m at Raeoellvllle at Bowling Green November 1 at 1 pm at Lebanon Thursday November 2 at 1 p m at Campbells ville Friday November 8 at 1 p m FIFTEEN ADDITIONS Hardmsbnrg KyNnv1Special- The protracted meeting at the Clover oreek Baptist church closed Saturday There were fifteen additions to the church The meeting was condcted by the pastor Rev J T Lewis assisted by Rev Eevrett English MR GORES NEW PAPER Mr J Rodgers Gore of Hodgenville one of the brightest young newspaper men in Kentucky has gone to Spring field Washington county where he will shortly begin the publication of a new paper to be called the Springfield Sun It w ill be a first class publication and straight Democratic Elizabeth town News TO LOCATE NEAR HERE Kentucky Standard Esquire J W Stone last week sold his farm four miles southeast of Bloomfield to Hoke Duncan livery men of the latter place for 43 per acre The place is a portion of the Dr Hughes farm and contains 152 acres Mr Stone has purchased a farm of about 340 acres near Cloverport and will remove to same in tne near future His soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Wilson HInkle will remove with Mr Stone and family to Breckenrldge county GAME WORTH SEEING A game of baseball worth seeing will be that to be played between the Ponies of Cannelton and the Stars of Tobmspurt on the lattera grounds next Sunday Both teams have make brilliant records this sea son for ammateur teams Lint they have not met each other for some tim- eADAMSCLARY Miss Emily Stoddert Clary a niece of Mrs J D Babbage and H daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Clary of Seattle Wash who are well known in Meade connty will be marred on November 10 to Mr George Edward Adams at Seattle WAS A SUCCESS Mystic Ky Nov 1SpecialThe meeting of the Baptist ministers of Breckenridge county at Walnut Grovo church Friday Saturday and Sunday was quite a success The attendance at the HJohuroh Sunday was very large ThosTousey of Hardinsburg has a position with F Fraize tityBank Of Cloverport Incorporated I9O3 Capital Stock 20000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1600 FRANK P PAYNE President 4MARION WEAT1IER1IOLT CashierIIJ C MATTINGLY Vice Pres AA SIMONS Assistant I =Insured Iloss by Iand Burglary L Interest IDepositsI Wo enter to the wants of till entrusting us with their banking business Wo most respectfully ask you to open r an account with us if you have not already done so and let us prove to you what we say i Land Sate Breckenridge Circuit Court Ben C Dieckmans admr and others I PlaintiffsL Against j Fred J Dieckman and others IIDefendants Y virtue of an order of the Breck Benridge Circuit Court to me di rected in the above styled ac tion I will on Monday the 28th day of November 1904 it being the first day of a regular term of the Breckenridge County Court offer for sale at public auction at the Court house door in Hardinsburg Brecken ridge county Kentucky two tracts of land lying on the waters of Sinking Creek in Breckenridge county Ky One tract containing 155 acres the other 347 acres The sale will be on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with suffi cient security for the purchase price bearing interest from date and paya ble to the commissioner making the sale The land is well watered has considerable valuable timber on it about 250 acres of this land is cleared There are three dwellings on this land For further particulars concerning this land and improvements apply to W J Dieckman Stephensport Ky or the undersigned commissioner at Hardinsburg Ky r LEE WALLS MASTER COMMISSIONER BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURTM Iti4r mm I tAWiW A LIVE PAYING ANDAI want to sell my team and rent coal sheds office and scale to some reliable party The business pays well I am selling on account of bad health Will give twelve months time J D GREGORY CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY w lWMIiANM PM LWlfItlJAM l YIELDS 35 BUSHELS Frank Kennedy is the second person Dr J T Owen being the first to report to the News his success witn a fine seed corn which was distributed at the News office last spring for the state agricultural department Mr Kennedy says he raised thirtysix bushels from a quart of the seed corn Wave Roff was up from Owensboro Saturday and SundRY To Cure Cold One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Million boxes sold In post 12 months This Signature = BIG SUIT- St Louis Oct 27As a result ot the reunion of the Renault family at tbe Worlds Fair litigation will be begun involving the title to St Louis and Peorm lands valued at 1400000000 Most of the heirs are aesldents of NebrasKa Ohio and Kentucky Douglas Rafferty went to New Albany Friday to visit relatives h r a in Seven I Cares Grip la Two Days vtarybox o t- I I v 9I I j Sl l 3i j i I t I It fi t I ttI i rtr- i e i J A ft I uLa f 1 z 1 J I j f l fj i ry 1 yI t d ff- 7rt I jI f I it i tttt r fjj v- I rA r ri4 f+ rs- fIlS ld J r J k tt tJf 1 + I J 1 7 tt xirr kae 1C A FACT BOUT THE BLUES What is known as the Blues f Is seldom occasioned by actual exist e Ing external conditions but In the4 great majority of cases by a disorder ed LIVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of Tolls Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic- Ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE yThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NovAmber 2 100 Gasoline Babbage Son Isadore Popljnm is 111 of typhoid feverHarry Weatherholt was In Tell City last week Lafe Behen left Sunday for the St Lams fair- Wallace Pierce was down from Lou isviile Sunday Vivian and Robert Pierce left Mon day for the St Louts fair Chas Bonnier was here from Wall a tin Term part of the past week Miss Lilho Clarkson ofBlg Spring is the guest of Mrs J T bkillman GasolineBabbage 8 Son Miss Luoile Sterett came up from Hawesville Sunday to visit relative Miss Lula Owen has been visiting relatives at Glendeano and Sacremen to Mrs Ella La Neave and daughter Lucile were at the St Louis fair last week Squire Dowell of Sample was the guest of his son Lee Dowell last weekMr and Mrs Tas S Younger went to llawesvllle Friday to spend several daysHenry Gibba and Joseph Corney I were in Louisville Saturday and Sun dayMisses Allleue Murray and Mannie White left Monday for the St Louis fairMr and Mrs Alvin Simons were tbe guests of relatives in Louisville part lOr the past week L Mrs J L Tucker fr Richmond VB was the guest of Miss Judith Miller part of last weeK Misses Ella and JHUB Smith entertained informally the younger set at their home Friday evening Mrs Henry Emrich and son Otto of Chambers were tbe guests of Ar and Mrs Thos Daniels last week- J D Babbage Jr was at home from Friday until Monday from Prof Taylors training school at Beeobmout Dont forget the oldman with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the worldand is still traveling i bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food fir To thin and pale persons he gives new firm fleshand rich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tbnic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl streetlNewYork t50C and 11001 Gasoline Babbnge Son Chas Fallon is attending the St Louis fair Chris Jones was at the St Louis fair this week- Pickled pig feet 5 cents eachat W C Laslioe E F Nolte Is at St Louis this week attending tbe fair Cucumber pickles Largo size at 10 cents a dozC Laslies Mrs J A Barry returned Saturday from an extended visit to relatives at GreenvilleJ and S S Richardson of Sirocco left yesterday for the St Louis fair Miss Evelyn Young of Morgan Held has been visiting ner sister Mrs U B Skillmon Sam Stltes trainmaster of tbe Henderson Route was down from Louisville Friday- J W Riddle of Derby Ind was here Thursday en route home from the St Louis lair H L Atkinson of Chicago was the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer part of the past week Mrs Lucy Gregory returned Thursday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory at Fenley Chas Dyer left Monday for St Joseph Mo after a vlst to his par ents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer Miss Margaret Moorman returned Sunday from a visit to Miss Marion Hambleton at Henderson Mrs Snelby Conrad went to Petrie Friday for a visit of several aays to her cousin Mrs Will Longest Miss Clara Dyer of Philpot was the guest ot her parents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer from Friday until Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Eigenman came up from Rockport Ind Friday for a short visit to Miss Ruth Haynes Mrs J T Skillman entertained Mon day evening in honor of her cousin Miss Lillie Clarkson 3f Big Spring Miss Ethel Oelze gave the fish fry which was mentioned in last weeks News instead of Mr and Mrs S P ConradMiss Ethel Claycomb returned last Wednesday to her home at Owensboro after a visit to relatives here and at StephensportLeon and sister Miss Mnr el Greogry and Misses Lillian Sippel and Elizabeth Lamb left Sunday night for the St Louis fair Walter Moorman and sister Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glendeane were tne guests of relatives here sever al days the past week Misses Pearl Zellers Jane Wittmer Enla Howard and Emma Wagner of Cannelton were Intbe city Sunday the guests of friends =Mrs M Bernhardt and daughter Miss Mollie Bernhardt returned Fri day to Louisville after an extended vfi t at the Fisher homestead G W Smith and sister Miss Eliza beth Roberts of Gnston were here Monday en route to Mississippi county Mo to visit relatives Jane the bright little daughter of Dr and Mrs F L Ligntfoot had her little friends as her guests to a Hal loween party Monday evening Capt J H Rowland C T Mo Clanahan and 0 E Ken went to Sample Wednesday afternoon for a short Uahing trip on Sinking creek Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorgho and Miss Zillah Bates of Haw esville who nave been the guests of Mr and Mrs CE Lightfoot have returned home x Mr and Mrs J L Bandy and little son Mark of Des Moines la were here Thursday en route home from a visit to his brother R S Bandy at Irvington Mrs Fannie Lishen and Miss Myrnin Tucker went toLa Harpe Ill Thurs tray to spend several weeks the guests of Louis Lishen They will be ac cotupanied home by Carl Lishen Mrs D S Richardson Mrs Wm Milner Jr L P Milner A B Cashman and A Haynes of Union Star were here Wednesday en route home trom the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs Stephen Hurst Mr and Mrs Arthur Ashton Mr and Mrs Thus Crosier Walter G Crosier and Chas Liebert of Lnconia Ind were here MondAv en route to St Louis to see the fair Miss Elizabeth Jarboe phVe an all day dinner party last Wednesday to Misses lAlliene and Minnie Murray of Hardinsburg Miss Annie Ramble tonof Sorgho and Miss Zillah Bates of Hawesville Eldred and Tula celebrated their birthdays Monday afternoon by having a number of their little friends with them The former was nine years old Monday while the lat ter will OB six today They following party left Sunday night for the St Louis fair P D Plant and daughters Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plans Mrs J H Stites of Louisville Miss Mayme DeHaven and Messrs Ira Behen and W B Oelza Jr I DR P C MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices Mr and Mrs D V Wilson Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley Mrs W K Embre Misses Ida WilsonNiba Corley and Minnie Embry and Messro W R Wilson Tom Pauley and Truman Adams attended the funeral of Mrs Cy Merritt near Addi son Friday afternoon Thn following people left here Sun day morning for the Louisiana Purch ase Exposition at St Louis Messri C E Lightfoot J M Fitch F K Kingsbury Miss Judith Miller John Burn and daughters Misses Margaret and Edith Burn Clovorport H DeB Moorman Hardinsbnrg E F and Winnght Lyons McQuady Tom Mason and John PateCloverport Mr and and Mrs A W Cummings Miss Edith Cummings Sid Cummings and Dan Criss Derby Ind Mr and Mrs R L Moorman and daughter Martha Mrs J M Thomas and S fcJ New Leitcbfield A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itching Blind lee tUIf or Protrudlnc Plies IlruKKlsts refund money If PAKO OINTMENT tulle to euro any case no matter of how longstanding In 6 to 11 days First yourdruFlstcine Co St Louis Mo SPEAKINGS- Hon R E Woods will speak at Glendeane Nov 5 at 2 oclock in the afternoon and at McDaniels at night Hon Geo W dolly of Owensboro will speak at Stephensport at 2 oclock Iin the afternoon November 5 Both speak in interest of the Republican party NEW BUTCHER SHOP Wm Worley has gone into the meat business His butcher shop is located in a room of the building occupied by Wm Preston near the de pot FEW SALES There were few sales of BrecKenrIdgo county tobacco in Louisville last week Eleven hOgsheads of dark tobaco were sold by the Pickett house at 4 05 to 300 FIRST COMMUNION Lahant Ky Nov 1Special First communion was administere- to thirty two ahildren at St I Catholic church Sunday GOES TO LEWISPORT- B M MoCarty will go to Lewisport this week to take charge of the L H St L depot Mr McCarty has held a position in R N Hudsons oiliice REPORT A MISTAKE Bewleyville Ky NovlSpedlal The reported marriage of W J Stith Jr in last weeks Newr was a mintage Clenr Description Detective So you did not recognize your assailant professor You do not remember ever having seen him pre viously Lrofessor No but It will be the enslest thing In the world for you to find him Ills resemblance to King Amenhotep III of the eighteenth dynasty Is Btartllug positively star thug Saved First Citizen If you were by yourself Id hit you Second Citizen Well ulnt I by myself First CitizenAInt I with you Glasgow Evening Times Courting lie He that courts and runs nwny will live to court another day She But lie that courts and docs not wed may that himself In court Instead Temper is so good a thing that we ihonUl never lose ItAtchison Globe Ayers What are your friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old And yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied It Ayer Hair Vigor restored the natural color to my gray hair and I am greatly pleated It ls all ou cIa m for It JIus KJ VAHDJMUR Mechanlcsvlllo N YII tlOO a bottle J O AVKR CO All 1rUIIIIfor 1011 Mail Dark Hair +r i Wants r tAdvertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines GasollnoEnKlneslIIAUTIN StreetLoulsv1le WANTEDTO TRADE XANTEITo trado n lot of horses and llardlnsburgFOR SALEPLYMOUTH KOCKS 1 celebratedUlnltlet pairMrsl WANTED WANTEDTo soil 10000 2 year old applo each2ooooftrees Highland Nursery Clovirport 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 Seas on ticket u30 60 day ticket JOW 15 day ticket f035- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 31 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Sat urday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 6 80 Special excursion to Evansville and return Sunday Oct 30 IgOl fl25 for the round trip from Cloverport Train leaves Cloverport 045 am returning leaves Evansville 0 pm Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which hotueseekcrs rates apply Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masons Louisville Oct 18 201004 Cloverport to Louisville and return 295 on Oct 17 and IS good to return Oct21r L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arrIv- es at Louisville 115 A M No 42 Dully Mall and Express IcavesClo verportOM A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1335 P DL Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally ar rivesCloverport443pm Loulbvlllo 050 p m Stops ut West Point only Train No49 Express dully ar rives at Cloverport i 00 p m Loulsvlllo 945 p m Stops ut all stations WEST nOUNDIExpressleavesvlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louts 610 1111 stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limned dally 100dville Owensboro sail Henderson only sTrain No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 25 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No45 dally St LouisI fast train leaves Cln verport 1101 PM arrives Evansville 135 A tOwensboro 045 A M stops at Huwcsvlllo and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No2 Dally except Sunday leaves iordsvlllo 420 u m arrives Irvington 815 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Folds vllle 340 p m arrives Irving ton 000 p mTrain No 0 Sunday only FordsvllleO00 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 11 OTi am urlves Fordsville 305 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 810 p m arrives Fordsvlflo 1100 p m PISOS CURE FOR I I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION A Rand Itntn Exploit There were a lot of rats in the storage room of my stable writes a citizen of Johannesburg South Africa and we bad great dllllculty in getting at them They were slay of all traps and did a tremendous lot of damage at nlhtIlying quiet all day At length I put in the room a square tin lined box shout two feet deep and In It placed some burned cheese The rats Immedi ately got Interested In the cheese climbed up the outside of the box nod having got Inside could not ascend the slippery tin lining In this way IYJ killed n great many Ono morning my children took a cat which was a very good ratter aiul placed It In the box where there was already a good sized rat The cut In Htutul of tackling the rat appeared to muke friends with it They put their noses ttogether nail frisked atoned but no harm was done and eventually the rat jumped out refusing to tackle the ratThe children then put in n keen dachshund which Immediately snap ped at the rat and missed It The rat ran around the box two or three times dodging cleverly and eventually by climbing on the dogs back adroitly jumped out of the box Mud escaped She Willed 1L Once there was U young bride who becvel hi Will Tower if I will a thing r know It will Come About she lonIher husband very touch told was loath to have bin out of her sight One evening lie had to Meet a Man dawn town and she was left Abiic Whli sitting in the parlor she begun to wish that her husband would Como Rtiote tJW I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I ITS THE FIT YOU ARE AFTER I When you buy a pair of shoes and if you dont get it you are not satisfied WE ARE THE SHOE FITTERS When it comes to quality comfort price and appearance WHAT MORE CAN YOU WANT If you want fits like these and bargains too come and see us JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY + 11- r made tooth Food s Co Ij i i JOHN A J PATE I i = Ib1 I Qi oj In i0 any any misfit to which ma s Igi is liable We also have a boiler maker gi and are to do any kind of boiler Q Wo carry in stock a line of pipe and pipe g Steam and in vari gI ous and the g Mail orders will our and very best nt gI I i ar Suddenly an Idea Struck Her I know what Ill do she said to herself Ill Will that he Come Home That will bring him So she did The young bride Willed and Willed After live minutes of Willing she Heard a Step on tVe Wai Next slit heard It on the Torch I knew It would Nrlng him she said and then she Hew to the Door and kissed the Man In the Mouth Imagine her chagrin upon teleaslng him to hear him say Thats Very Nice maam but la Miss rrldgot lu She had kissed the Illfd Olrls Fiance Moral The mind Is Strong but the eyesight Is More Reliable Kansas City Times Indian IlalilcN Indian mothers have a mettiod of pre venting needless crying of babies which though It does not err on the side of Is clllcaclous In Infancy children are entirely undo the control of their mothers or nurses and therefore the Indian plan of stopple crying and the formation of the habit Is to cover the babys mouth with the hand anti at the Santo time to close Us nostrils till It nearly suffocates Then It is allowed to breathe freely again but should It re cover Its breath only to Indulge in howl It will at once have to en dure This treatment is repeated till the child learns tint is golden and ceases to use its vocal powers to the of Its fond relatives Dry Cigar mid Damp One Some smokers prefer a cigar that Is damp to one that Is dry says a cigar and In this I think they make a mis take A cigar that Is too dry will of course cause a little from dust but a cigar that is as damp as many smokers prefer it will not hoc as good an aroma as the other and will not burn so well A medium respect to these Is best but Have Better richer sweeter more wholesome and healthful bread if it is with CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR Your bread will be tender anti some with a sweet rich nutty natural wheat berry flavor andas pure find white as Angel Ca dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND essssaisCXXXCOCOCXDOCCXDCOOCOOCOCOCO CXXXXOOCICXDOCXDOOOOCXXICOCOCIO seeeiIICloverport Foundry Incorporated and Machine i BARRY Pres W VicePres MARION WEATIIERIIOLT SectyTreas IiQj S I have washer IIsize8pRrt repair breakor remedy sechinory competent prepared repair work general fittings Bourdon Guages Pemberthy injectors sizes Celebrated Meyers Pumps receive prompt Itcntion Correspondence invited sasesaNeaesssssat4ssssmss ApproiwhSng squarely frequently gentleness preventing another scmlsuffocatlon silence annoyance manufacturer showing preference annoyance clgarfcIn conditions n between a damp and a dry cigar i would always take the dry one ami thus setlire the better smokeSt Louis GlobeDemocrat A Crocked Derby lint If you are ever unfortunate enough to smash a new derby lint so that it cracks null hi spite of vigorous rub bing and brushing refuses to resume Its pristine smoothness of surface try the simple expedient of holding a light ed match Inside the hunt close to the broken spot By the time the match has half burned out you will tlnd that the hat has become soft If you then will brush It vigorously with a stiff brush for a moment It will regain its former smoothness ami look as If noth ing hind over marred Its surface Good Housekeeping Nuremberg KKRK Watches first carne Into fashion In the year 1177 nt Nuremberg mid ou that account and because of tholr Ill culiar shape they were known as Nu remberg eggs They were not nil egg shaped however some of theta be- Ing made in mutation of pours gourds acorns birds skulls etc About the year 1GI20 watches begun to assume the shape now generally worn TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TabletsonIpxVfl ItUIIOMHIOlC You siipjild sleep on your right side madam I reallgresnt do it doctor Myhus band talksI in his sleep and L caut hear a thing with my left ear i All Mode Up t i Fred When I proposed site puked for a little time to make up her mind Madge Ob au she makes that up to01 Chipsii r 4 a n E ItAt J4a x r r s 1 Nr 1i 1r i NrI Nr 0r 1 e + n 2 r1 JT 1 T 1 f ti i I i I 1 i f IiI i iI J t I t Yt Yx II I YY I L Sample Ballot 1 1 Democratic Ticket For Presidential Electors CLAUDE M THOMAS 0 D LILLARD H CARTER 0 h E U 0 GRAS HAli DE EVERETT JENNINGS 0 D ROBERT HAUDISON D D J R ZIMMERMAN LI u D HERMANN D NEWCOMB LI Li- B B BARTON LI LI J S MORRIS LILI W REED EMERY DLI a L WILLIAMS D LI F A LYON JR LI LI R 0 FORD LI h LI For Congress A 0 STANLEY LI D For Justice of the Peace P T CAVENAUGH LI LI A PERSIAN TRAGEDY BuMlnio Courage by Which Prince Salome Kxtiiiicil Her MnNtur James linker a well known traveler and writer tells u curious story of 11 war 100 years ago The Persian shah was besieging Tlllls nod the husband of the PrlncuHri Salome had been slain In the siege When the Persians en tered nail sacked the town Salome tried to save her young son but he was torn from her arms anti hacked in pieces uefore her eyes ller own life was spared and she was borne to the camp outside the walls of Tlllls to the shah lIe sold her to Djafar lick who shut her up in a castle a part of which still remains near where now Is the lovely tropical botanical garden of Tlllls Charmed by her beauty he asked her to become his wife She re fused and begged her purchaser to slay ber The Persian gave her a night to reconsider the matter and on tile next day he lay reclining on u great cushion under a tree on that hot sun ny hillside and awaited her answer Presently she appeared before him veiled in a long pure white robe calm and stately her face deathly pale She advanced her armed Jailers following her The Persian waved his followers aside and asked the princess You con sent to be my wife Yes was tbo Republican Ticket For Presidential Electors JAMES B WILHOIT LI = LI GEORGE DENNY LI LI THOMAS B MCGREGOR LI 0 DAVID BROWNING D 0 J McKENZIE MOSS LI h LI JOHN P HASWELL JR LI LI MATTHEW J HOLT LID 0 B WALLAOE LI 0 LOUIS L BRISTOL LIB 0 J BETHURUM LI 0 OSMOND BYRON LI LI HEN RY D FITZ PATRIOK LI 0WILLIAM R RAMSEY LI 0For Congress W H OVERBY LI 0 For Justice of the Peace LI 0I 0Prohibition Ticket For Presidential Electors T B DEMAREE LILI CHAS BREVARD LI D J D KIRKPATRIOK LILI LOUIS HANCOOK LI 0 M L MOORS LI D B W TUCKER LI- f LI 0 S DURBIN LILI W L GARRIOTT LILI JAMES BACHARY LILI WM LOWEN LILI RH AMMERMAN LI LIRE FRISBY LILI TOBIAS HUFFAKER LI LI For Congress 0 0 For Justice of the Peace LI 0 solemn answer I consent to love you for after the death of iny husband and son it is my destiny there is no other fate for me In Georgia said the princess there are certain families that possess strange powers mid dark secrets My mother foretold 1 should be the wife of a Djafar and from my mother I too receive these powers to read the fu ture The Persian was Impressed by her manner and her presence She saw her power Give me your hand she said Let me read there If I shall have long years of happiness with you lIe beld forth his hand She held it until it slightly trembled in tier fingers Then she burst forth with a cry of horror Oh my master know cst thou that death awaits thee per chance this very night Dpjafnr Bek trembled now Thou wilt die by the hand of a roan thou bast this day of fended Is It by Assa Dboulla Bek he asked Wo quarreled today and about you lIe would have bought you Ob my master exclaimed Salome to save thee I must have some object upon which ho fins looked today then I can avert this evil and make his arms useless against thee What You can do this exclaimed Djafar incredulously Most certainly Give me your dagger He drew It and banded It to her She held It UD and 0Peoples Party Ticket For Presidential Electors JO A PARKER LI 0 W P MARSH LI 4 D J WILL GRAHAM DLI JOSEPH S DOSSEY LI n JNO KROUSE LI LI WILLIAM F NICKLES LI LI JOHN G BLAIR LII D WILLIAM A OBRYAN LI 0 CHARLES DURBIN JR LI 0 JAMES HALEY LI 0 EDWARD DRANE D j LI BENJAMIN F DAVIS LI LID E ANDREWS LI D For Congress LIU For Justice of the Peace LI 0 looking up to toe blue heavens above murmured a prayer then handing it back to him said Now It is useless It can slay no one lIe looked at her unbelievingly Try It she exclaim ed Strike here I lIe struck the blow where her finger rested full upon her heart The keen blade went swiftly home and she fell at his feet exclaim ing 0 God receive my soul then she lay dead Iron Making In Early HIMory Iron was used before history was written The stono records of Egypt and the brick books of Nlneveb men tion it Genesis ix 22 refers to Tu bnlcnln as ns instructor of every ar tificer in brass and Iron and In Deuteronomy ill 11 the bedstead of the giant Og was a bedstead of Iron The galloys of Tyre and Salon traded In this metal Chinese records ascrib ed to 2000 B O refer to It Horace speaks of It as superior to bronze The bronze age came before the iron age because copper found as a nearly pure metal easily fuses and with another soft metaltin or zincalloys Into hard bronze while Iron found only as an ore must have the Impurities burn ed and hammered out by great heat and force before It can be made Into a tool Jf i t Socialist Ticket For Presidential Electors LUCIEN V RULE LI 0 W H LANFERSIEK D 0 F L ROBINSON LI D JAMES H ARNOLD 0 LI W W PIERCEY LI D A H LEE 0I LI AUGUST SCHULTZ LI LI WALTER SCHRIVER LI LI J H DOLD LI y LI JAMES H POCOCK LI LI H B ASBURY D 0LIDANIEL C MoMATH LI J L GOINS LI LI For Congress D 0 For Justice of the Peace 0 0 Not a Favorite Breed Lovers of good plain dogs which have beets allowed to grow naturally will appreciate the story of the Eng lish peddler who went to a dealer In dogs anti thus described what ho wantedIII wants n kind of dog about so igh an so long Hits a kind of gry ound an yIt It aint a gryound be cause is tyle Is shorter nor any o these ere gryounds an Is nose is shorter au e aint so slim round the body But still es a kind o gryound Do you keep such dogs No replied the dog man WoI drowns em An Awkward Compliment Jones Is nothing If not gallant Mrs Brown is exactly the same ago as her husband but she will not admit It My husband is forty she said to some friends the other day you wouldnt believe It but theres actu ally ten years difference In our ages Impossible dear madam hastily Interposed Jones anxious to say something agreeable Im sure yop look every day ns young ns he does Not Serloua Mr ShortMy dear Miss Kate I have n very serious question I wish to + t Socialist Labor Ticket For Presidential Electors THOMAS SCOPES LI 0 LORENZ KLEIN ENZ LI 1 D NEWTON FULKS D FRITZ METZGER DD M J CLARKE D D JAKE PICKERMAN D D JAMES DOYLE D D LOUIS FLEISOHER D DH EMIL UUTH LILI THOMAS SWEENEY D D JAMES OHEARN D LI MATHEW MEYER DLI RICHARD DUCKWELL LILI For Congress LI D For Justice of the Peace LI 0 ask you Miss Long What is it pray Mr Short Will you marry me Miss Long scornfullyDo you call that serious Mr Short Why I dont think I ever heard anything so ridiculous Cynical Cynlcus The propagation of the hu man race depends upon early mar riages SIllIcus Hov do you make that out Cynlcus Well It n man waited until he was really old enough to get married ho wouldnt Philadel phia Record Foolish men mistake transitory sem Glances for eternal tact and go astray more and moreCarlyle- When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief out effect n per manent oureIYou want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will coun teract any tendency toward pneumon Is You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take- Cnamberlams Cough Remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent inre of bad olds stands without a peer For sale by Short Haynes Stock Law y Are you for or nguinst stock running at largo in Brecken ridgo county Yes LI No 0u 1 i a I f f 1 t I I j t- tJi i J Al I IAFnnioni WhUt Hand notorious hand of whist ever played is that known as the Duke of Cumberlands hand It has never been definitely settled how this hand came to bo dealt but such a peculiar combination naturally suggests suspicious of foul play The duke playing in the room at Bath held In his hands king knave nine seven or trumps clubs ace king of diamonds I7 ace king queen knave of hearts and ace king queen of spades and yet was unable to secure a single trick and uponthoachieved as follows The duke ofcourse led with a trump and found his partner void in that suit His left hand adversary whom we may call Yj having ace queen ten eight and his remainingfivesequence was that Z trumped diamonds twice and Y sitting over the duko with better trumps after taking the sovenremulnlllSZ made the thirteen tricks J c aTOftaBun the s 1I B JUnlYflu Always Bwtfit Signature of Hove 4- r e K i re W Il abbeth ad at D ecaI ecw W IiiC lit 1n 1I 1a 1w 51P Sttl tlI Itlfilt tc v t 1te t I t I i 1 t 1 r l 1i i I I 1 r1rII 1 1 1 r rr J F N f i i i i i i i r i f i r 1 i I I 1 i i i j rj r I Ii r THE WRECKING OF THE GREAT WORLDS FAIR The St Louis Republic rays in part- Sealed proposals for tho wrecking and I removal of exhibit buildings on the ifWorlds Fair grounds have been called for by the Exposition management The advertisements calling for the bids have been prepared and appear today According to the terms of the invita tion for bids they must be sealed an3 addressed to the Commtttee on Salvage and Sale of Uuildingsat the office of the Director ofWorks They will be receiv ed up to 12 oclock noon Thursday November 10- Specifications and instructions for the work of wrecking and drawing and specifications of the buildings to be wrecked will be available for prospective bidders at the office of the Director of iWorksThe work of wrecking the vast build lings of the Worlds Fair will be under tbe Immediate direction of the Com mittee on Salvage and Sale of Buildings TbJs committee will resolve itself into a body which will take the place of the Division of Works retaining for the workthe necessary minor officials of the several departments of the division and perhaps appointing a superintendent to supervise the work of the wreckers for the Exposition As the Salvege and Restoration com mittee will necessarily work together- It is probable that a temporary structure for the accommodation of the employe will be constructed lomewhere on the the site ot the Exposition east of Skink er road LIKE BROKEN REED Undoubtedly the article in the No vember Cosmopolitan which will at tract the most general discussion isGen eral Corbins account of the Third Bat tie of Bull Run as he terms the recent military maneuvers near MA nassas Virginia General Corbin declares that the United States never has been a peaceful nation and intimates that reliance upon the National Gaurd as at present organized is like leaning on a broken reed He advocates a change to United States volunteers under the control of the federal government Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney tronble Itrled all sorts ot medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of yonr Electric Bitters and determined to try that After taking a tew doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a atck day since Neighbors of mine ave been cured of Rheumatism Neu ralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility Tnis is what B T Baas of Fremont N C writes bnlv GOo at Short Haynes Drug gists FLORINDAS DINNERS The cookingreceipt columns of tho womans magazines have never been regarded as tho place to look for graceful and entertaining writing and this is why con siderable attention is being attrac ted to a series of articles Flor indas Dinners now appearing in Tile Twentieth Century Home Tho author Grace Corniche in troduces us to the charming Flor inda in whoso education the cul inary art has not been neglected and her husbandwhose first pleas uro in lifa is to eat the meals pre pared by his talented spouse DRY NIIS PLEASED WITH INDIANA TRIPS- In a statement from William Jennings Bryan of tiii i nprisriotn during his DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You 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paper and send your address to KllmerCoBlnghamton SwampRoot and of nine of eml nent and and wonderfully SwampRoot ney will and of this SwampRoot and regular fifty cent ar1nomen swampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember tho namo Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swamp ROOt and the address Binghamton N You every bottle 6Yov DR1HACHER CU11111 DfOWIy11Ot J U stkannueU111 I II- IIw gYRU 11Bad Blood III PIII ua1p00 I II A Po ll aewll01 IIIIIII IIYoImuIdcIIdbsTkILbIIIII P1III4 lilly jIII I i IIIIIIFIIIREEAMpL rll1 tlP seIIIcwor4t I1111 tcIe11t IILllf FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS TWO SIZES Soc AND 100 ff you have never tried this great remedy SEND TODAY for a free sample and state your symptoms We simply ask you to try tat our expense We know what it will d- oThacher Medicine Co CHATTANOOGA TBNN recent speaking tours in Indiana ai expressed in a lletter received last week al Democratic national headquarters in New York he says that he was pleased ax the reception give n hint everywhere in the state According to his own eati mute he nd l essed 700 OCO people during his two trips through Inditnn or an average of 60000 or 70000 per day He made seventyfive speeches in allIn the statement as given out front the national headquarters Mr Bryan is quoted as savingSo for as I can judge from the size of the crowds anal the interest manifested and the expressions of the people the Democrats of Indian are ready lot election day There will be no considerable defection among the silver Democrats of the sttte If I can judge from what I have seen in those sections I visited I ake it for granted that every gold Demo crat who has not gone over to the Re publican party permanently will support the ticket I leave Indiana with hope and coufi1eiiRf of Democratic victory RECORDS BROKEN Memphis Tenn Oct 20MtvorDel mar beat the record of 203aj to a high wheel sulky non hall heariag sulky held by Mavrt S 2OSV He went a mile in 207 flat- Dan Patch with a pacemaker carry in ga wind shield in fiont paced a mile in 136 flat the fastest mile ever paced bya harness horse The forma recordof ISOy1 tens held by Dill Patch Ed Gier tits vet ran driver and trainer was thrown from the sulky while exercising the horse One leg WAS broken and the other el o injured His condition is ser ious Time Change They were having n gooJ gossip How girls change My Mulinle when she was little never would go even In to the parr at night without a light because us Khe put It there might lJl a man there And now she added significantly she wont have a light In It because there laI n man there four or live uigl ts a week No Choice III the Matter And the charity Is supported by vol uutnry contributions NVhy said the clergyman I cant say that It Is exactly The fact Is that somo of the ladles on our committed are so persuasive and sa persistent that people Just have to contribute Brooklyn Life Foiled Tramp It is needless to ask the question madam You know what I want Lady Yes I know what you want badly but Ive only one bar of soap III the lHouse anil the servant is using It Come iigain some other time Glasgow Times HIs Varied SnitIMeFlub Ho pressed his suit danncil It ciilloil ou lily girl pressed his suit won and married her anti now he Imn ipplleil fir a divorce Slccth And tho lawyers are pressing his suit now eh Plttsburg Post Certain Test He But why do you think your new thotogniphs nro horrid She IJeciusp ill my girl friends ask far one and none 5f my mow friends do WILL AID POWERS Immediately after election exGov Frank S Black is to go to Frankfort Ky to try to free Cabel Powers who is awaiting execution for the assassination of Gov Goebel Mr Black believes that young Powers is innocent and declares that he will clear him even if he has to take the case to the United States Supreme Court New York Sun GOES TO LEXINGTON Franklin Ky Oct 25The second days session of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of Kentucky was a busy one The most important business transacted was the selection of Lexington as the location for the new Widows and Orphans Home to be erected by the body and the election of Grand Lodge officersAn h Ghost Story A reinarKtiblc ghost story Is told In the parish of Burton Agnes England There years ugo lived three sisters of the name of Boynton The youngest of the three exacted the promise from the others that on her death her head should be placed on a table In the halt She met with an accident shortly after which resulted in her death Her sis ters neglected their promise to LIT and she writs burled head and till But on the night after the burial the hull was thrown Into terrible confusion and the dead lady appeared to her sisters with her head under her arm She upbraided them with their neglected promise and placing the tend on the table disappeared In the morning the head was still there and on the cotlln being dug up the body was found to be headless Any attempt to re move the head was followed by dis turbances during the night It was even burled at n distance from the house but wits restored by the ghost Eventually the head disappeared but the disturbances continue nightly lu the hall Strong Hindu and End Health Lots of success has been pulled off by invalids Inrkman the historian was a bankrupt in health before he be gun his lifes work Heine lived In a mattress grave fpr years Was It not Pope who spoke of that long disease my lire K L Stevenson pushed away death with one hand while he wrote and lighted cigarettes with the other There are hundreds of like in stances Mr Tlhlen always was a vale tudinarian and never had any physical energy to spare lint he hud mental energy That is the main thing A sound body makes for sanity of mind but physical energy nnd mental energy dont always go together Harpers Weekly The Ancient Aztec According to a medical writer the ancient Aztec race of Mexico was far advanced In the practice of medicine The native Mexicans practiced nuts sage splints were used in the dressing of fractured bones Inlhuned gums wore lanced with obsidian knives hick hag teeth were extracted salt was used as nn antiseptic Ruth ground obsidian as a dusting powder Stiffness of the muscles and Joints was treated by the sweat bath wounds were sutured with human hair the actual cautery was applied to the edges of the wounds and venoms was drawn out of poisoned wuuuiis by sucking while bleeding was practiced In obstinate headaches The ScJinltor of the Snrnceim The sclmiter of tilt Saracens was the most directive sword for cutting purposes eer devised It will be re membered how according to the story told In Sir Walter Scotts Talisman1 with such n weapon the pagan Saladiu chopped a soft cushion In two at one I blow to tho amazement of Richard CJtur do Lion Vlth a straight sword one can uinko a hack or thrust but to slice an adversary one must saw with IUltlI BLOOD WILL TELL It takes lots of vitality nervous force and strength to win a race Blood must be pure and good Without good red blood a man has a weak heart and poor nerves Thinness of the blood or anemia is common in men and young women and all those who work indoors who do not get enough good ox ygen in their lungs onsequently have too many white blood corpuscles Keep the nerves nourished the heart strong the head cool the stomach vigorous the liver active with a tonic which has stood the test of time and has a wide repu tation such as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Tonics consisting of large portions of alcohol iron or cod liver oil do not bring the desired changes in the blood because they do not enter the system and are not absorbed into the blood with the excep tion of the alcohol which shrivels up the red blood corpuscles when it does come in contact with them Therefore do not allow the dealer to insult your intelligence by telling you he has something better than Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery The corn ofwailing only The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 large pages is sent free on receipt of twentyone onecent stamps for the paper covered book or thirtyone stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y For constipation the true scientific cure is Dr pIerces Pleasant Pellets Mild harmless yet sure No othei pill can com pare with them Ii THE HOME OF VINOL To Rundown People Many people think they have some organic trouble or chronic disease because they feel weak all tired out cannot sleep have no ambition energy or appe tite This condition is probably caused by overwork close confinement or worry To these people we say try Vinol if it does not create strength and build you up we will ourselves pay for all the medi cine you takeRespectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists Only running through MEXICO Leading Varieties StrawberryPlants 5 5 J Harrison Sons Berlin fIde- ceceeseseseeeueeessssseee a ss Very Cheap Rates viaiILLINOIS CENTRAL S 15 20 trip 11New = La Louisville low Vic to III toIJ I Personally Conducted Ex Sleepers Louisville 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TennIH Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- NARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tbt Courts of HrecJfenrldfft und adjoining coun ties Special intention given to colloctlnf ruaJ cases and criminal practice License ti i r ictlco In United States District Courts lJlth e over Jack A llardlnsburs Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh ei the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as thIS exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thli famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes llnlnf the stomach Mr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Va ttjtl yearsKodolI for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Size hodlnc2K time the u1o size which tails for SO cants 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have re turned home from a trip to the St Louis fair- County Clerk W F Hook returned home Friday from a business trip to Owensboro lien DR Murray will make sever al speeches this week in the interest of Parker and Davis M J Thomas had his band on the streets Friday evening They discourses very creditable music Work on the Masonic building id pro gressing rapidly The walls are con siderably past the first story Mr and Mrs C V Robertson spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests oi Mr and Mrs it G Robertson Many Babies Die From Croup every winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by Keep ing in the house a bottle of Para camph When Croup is coming on give a few drops internally apply freely to the throat and chest It cuts the phlegm draws out the fever and inflammation almost instantly It is safe and sure nvsTic Frank Macyhas returned to Fayetts ville W Va MrsJ M Basham who has been quite sick is soma better There will be a speaking at Poplar Grove shool next Saturday night Willie Dutschke and sister Mies Blanche visited J W Keys Sunday Miss Myrtle Beauchamp visited her sister Mrs May Shaw Saturday and Sunday Miss Lena Adkisson entertained quite a number of her friends to dinn er last Sunday Miss Lena Harris of Wlggonton Ky who has been the pleasant visitor of Miss Nora Harrison for the past ten slays returned home last Monday n O STOncoHoar theibe Kind You have AItits 110111 Signature JA4of b u girt eau HAIR GROWTHi Promoted by Shampoos o- flaticura YSOAD + And light dressings of CUTICUrVA the great Skin Cure andsweetest of emollients This treatment at once stops fall ing hair removes crusts scales and dandruff destroys hair parasites soothes irritated itching surfaces stimulates the hair follicles loosens the scalp skin supplies the roots withenergy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutleura Soap Me Oint ment SOc KculTCDt We IIn form of ChocoUi Coted Illlt ZIc per Till of eu Depoti lo don 21 Chuter house Sq rum5 Rue de U Ialx i Uoiton 137 Culumbui Ave Totter Drur tChem Corp Sole hope Of Send for All About the SUII d- eIRVINGTON Henry Murton of Owensboro spent Sunday here Mrs Vicken has returned to her home at Lyonia Banks Drury leaves shortly to engage in busiuibs in Florida Mrs Nannie Watntn was in Louisville on business last week I H H Keuipei has returned Irma a business trip in Missouri and the St Louis fair Rev Hynea will attend Quarter Conference which convenes at Bewley ville today Misses Edith Marshal Mabel Eva and Lillie MnGlothlan are home from the Worlds Fair Hubert Piggott came down from Louisville and spent several days with the folks at home Roy Wimp Mr and Mrs U T Mar shall and Mrs Leab Pate have return ed from St Louis Mrs Edmonla 0 Perrin scent Mon day with her ancle Mr Willlat Cain at Bewleyvlllq Miss B Ada Drury came dowi from Louisville Sunday to spend the day with her sister Mrs Root Mc GlothlanPupils of the private school resume their duties Monday morning very glad indeed to be in school again after a weeKs vacation Clint Crutcher of Webster returne from the Worlds Fair Sunday morn- Ing where he had piloted a crowd of about twentysix people All agreed thi he is full acquainted with the very best way of traveling and knows the very best way to see the fair in thi anortest time A vote of thinks is eater fled by all to Mr Crutcher for spejsia Favors and hope him just such pleas are for his party on thanKsgiving See Mr Crutcher if yon are Thinking if going BRANDENBURG U AColoman was in Louisville Mon layMiss Roberta WilUtt is very ill of ypboid fever Littlle Annie Price Berryman has ippendioitis Tousey Price visited friends in Louisville Sunday Mrs Lon Nevitt has been quite ill of nervous prostration W A Bask tt and W A Rhodes were in Louisville last week Mrs D S Richarasou spent last week at the St Louis fair Mrs Kate Nevitt Stithton is visiting her son Dr C A Nevitt- J R Willett and wife visited rel- itives in Wolf Creek last week A Kago who has been visiting points in the East is at home Lee Ashcraft who is teaching at Jrnhntnton has typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Chas Casperke Sr are visiting friends in New Albany- H T Haynes who has been in ilizab thtown for some time is home u flJ S vooooomoobisooooooo soooooo- A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER I FOR 90 DAYS ONLY vsoe09 mbol oNA0 0 +0o DOA OOM t The Pen is Mightier than the Sword But there is a choice of pens and in this progressive age one dots not want to be tied down to AN OUTWORN STYLE OF PEN The Egyptians useda split reed our grandfathers a goosequill our fathers a steel or ordinary gold pen but today we want A FOUNTAIN PEN that is always ready for use thus dispensing with the inkstand In order to enable our renders to secure this really in dispensable convenience we have made an arrangement with The Selden Pen Mfg Co of New York City N Y where by we can supply a High Grade Guaranteed 14kt GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN und one years subscription to the BUKCKEXHIDOE NEWS for 150 1 14kt Gold Fountain Pen 200 1 Years Subscripton 100 300f Both for 150 WITHIN THE NEXT NINETY DAYS The pen is of the best construction cannot get out of older or fail to write and is equal to any 200 PEN ON THE MARKET TODAY The cut shows the exact size Every pen is guaranteed REMEMBER THAT THE OFFER IS FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY This is the most liberal offer we have ever had an opportunity to make to our subscribers toii I IBRECKENRIDGE NEWS I i e eoeo oeoseooo soooseeosoooe- i I I i FOR THIRTY YEARS Congressman jtteekison Suffered With Catarrh =Read His Endorsement of Pe=ru=na CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON OF OHIO yyyyyyyyx + + + ZxIIIxIITIITSIIZ x xxxxxxxxxxx lion David Meoklson is well known not only In hlsown Stato but throughout America Ho began his political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of tho town in which ho lives during which time ho becamo widely known as the founder of the Meekison flank of Napoleon Ohio Ho was elected to the Fiftyfifth Congress by a very largo majority and is the acknowledged leader ot his party In his section of the State Only ono flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising statesman Catarrh with Its insidious approach and tenacious grasp was his only uncon quered foe For thirty years ho waged unsuccessful warfare against thisporsona enemy At last Peruna came to the rescue and hodictatcd tho following letter to Dr Hartman as tho result- SS i have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that ifI use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standing David Meekison exMember of Congress Over fifty members of Congress endorse Pcruna as a catarrhal tonic Men ot rvoinlnenco the world over nrulso Peruua Richard Moorman and wife of Teas are visiting her brother A More manGto 0 Barnes an aged evangelist preached several sinuous here last weekMrs Chns Cox of Muncie Ind iIs visiting her daughter Mrs D B Will- Iams Mrs F M Polk and children of To binsport Iud visited Mre D B Will faro latst week Judge R L Hngnu visited thA fai last weeK and is now visiting othe points in tne West Mrs J D Hardin Mifs Amlrei Brown and Mrs J L Board spent several days In Louisville shopping lat weekMrs H T Haynes Mrs T P tjruedrj and Mrs T S Roberts spent tllvernl days with Mrs Joe Clark nt Mool y villeMrs T P Guedry and children whc have been visiting relatives here returned to their homo in Fulton Sat urday Mrs Jas Ditto and daughter Mrs Chas Rodman of Ixraisvllle visited Mra A Ditto and Mrs D M Duncan last week A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bnoklene Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burn Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c nt Short Hayne Drug Store PATESyiLLF ChasQabbert has rented the Blaine propertyF Harmon was in Huwesvill Monday Walter Powers of Ooerlntr wits in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Ollie Lynch atten ed church at Dukes Sunday Dr J T Milner and Matt Jarbce wire in Hnwesville Monday Fred Yonng has told his confection ery shop to Joa Jones Jr of near Dukes E 0 Gordon HIU E F Gubbert at tended Democratic speaking at Ptll villu Friday- P M Wnitlowo rf near Fordsvlll preached at the Baptist churcn Sat I urduy night Mr and Mrs Lnfe Jarboe and pon spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jake thaw of Weber Herb W Edwards Injure Herb W Edwards of Des Moil el- I Hvn got a full on an iy walk la t winter pprniuing his wrist and brms ing his knee The next day he says they were FO sore snd stiff I was afraid 1 would have to stay iIn bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and afar a few applications all soreness had disappeared For sale by Short Hay flee MAC BRING SUIT H C Murray of Hardinsburg was here Saturday pn route to St Louis whence he goes to Chicago he eays or business pertaining to the difference which arose this year between W W Conley of Chicago and Mrs Estelle True Nell proprietress of the Kain TuokEa Tar Spring H 0 Mirra y and D R Murray are Conleys attorneys and the former says that a suit will be brought against Mrs True Nell I by Conley if ahe does not settle with him The nature of the matter or matters to be settled were notdls closed oy Mr Murray before he de patted for St Louis It will be remembered that a suit was brought against Conley in county court several mouths ago by Mrs L Fagtn now Mrs Vm Unan on a num ber of ugly charge and abut Murray Mutray won the suit for Jonley who lest soon after for Chicago REFUSEDBrandenburg For the first time in her history Brandenburg is a dry town At ft meet ing held Tuesday the city council rinsed to grant saloon license Brand enburg is indeed tortuneate in that she has four connoilraen who stand for loal option John Jennings and Henry Wapgomr were at the St Louis fair last week TONIO Is a medicine that gives A tono to some part of tho system Thoro are different kinds of tonics but tho tonlo most needed In this country where catarrh Is so prevalent is a tonlo that operates on the mucous membranes Foruna Is a tonic to the mucous mum branes of tho whole body Itgives tone to the capillary circulation which con Btltutes theso dolicato membranes Peruna is a specific in its operation upon tho mucous membrane It is a tonlo that strikes at tho root of all ca tarrhal affections It gives tono to tho minute blood vessels and tho terminal nerve fibres Catarrh cannot exist long 11 whro Peruna is used intelligently Poruna seeks out catarrh in all tho hid den parts of tho body A Mlkord an employo of tho C B A Q II K West Burlington la writes 11 I had catarrh of tho stomach and small Intestines for a number of years 1 went to a number of doctors and got no relief Finally one of my doctors sent mo to Chicago and I met tho same rate They said they could do nothing for me that I had cancer of tho stomach and them was no cure I almost thought the mine foV my breath was something awful I could hardly stand it It was so offensive I could not eat anything without great misery and 1 gradually grow worse ce Finally I got one of your books and concluded I would try Peruna and thank 1001 found a relief and a euro for that dreadful disease I took five bottles of Pcruna and two of Manalln nnd I now feel like a new man There Is nothing 4 better than Peruna and I keep n bottlo 1 In my house all the UmeAlf Ikcrd Catarrh of the stomach is usually called dyspepsia Catarrhal dyspepsia cannot be cured by pepsin powders or any other temporary relief Tho only euro for real dynpopsla is a removal of tho catarrh from the mucous membrane of tho stomach This Peruna will do This Poruna has done thousands and thousands of times- Congressman Botkln of Kansas was cured of catarrh of the stomach of many years standing Hundreds of other cases have been reported to us through unsolicited testimonials Poruna is the only internal systemic remedy for ca tarrh yet devised Every ono aflllcted wIthcatarrh in tho slightest degree ought to take a coursoof Poruna If you do not derive prompt and antis factory results from tho uso of Foruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your casoand ho will be pleased to glvo you his valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tim Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio ML S MEl1RITT DEAD Mn Nnnnie Merritt wife of Silas lItrri tt and daughter of the late leonie Powers died Thursday at noon lof typhoid fever at her home on the tarn near Addison She was Ell about three weeks Mrs Merritt was about 35 years of age and a member cf Ithe Baptist church She in survived by her hUll band one brother Wm Powers of Evatihvllle and a haft plater Mrs D V Wilson ot this city Mr Merritt was ill oi typhoid fever and in a critical condition four weeks before the illness of his wife The funeral was held Friday afternoon the inter mfnt being at the Merritt graveyard about two and a half miles from Adai son MAKES 700 ON DEAL Hardinshurg Ky Nov lSpeo- lal Mr Bnte has sots his farm lYing near town rn the Louisville road to W R Bowman The consider ation was 2800 About four years ago Mr Br ite purchased the farm for 11600 II UDrJCBush k ti tiDENTIST f IJ Arm ArrI f Hardinsburg jj- U 1 The third Mondayy in very i t it1 i r i l lyIrvington 1i y Friday end Saturday of same Il ekI IwI H i =1 Will be prepared to do all K I fly flykinds of upto datyj dentistry f4 t lti o c d Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a HalfMotion bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pry SOc I PJISI riw It t J V ha J ji 1 v I 1 T a f i i i t t i f t i a i r J III Ii I