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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lrv L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ m Ifi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 111 I VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1904 8 Pages NO17 PRAISES DOES THIS MR SHEPARDII J D Babbage Cloverport Ky My i dear slrYou will probably remem ber me as the chairman of the relief committee whosecured and brought to your city the donation of 5000 to your citizens after your great fire But its not of that disaster that I v wish to talk My health is brown my money nearly all gone and I wish tot get out of the city aud into the country where I can do small farming and raise jhickens and turkoys I like very much the locality ofClov j erport Your people appear to be an er getio clever honest hardworking Christian class a com mnnity that tis desirable to get into For that reason I wish to ask you if It WOuld be poss ible for me to buy a small farm of from 20 to 40 acres near Cloverport and if so the probable cost I da not want a costly olace RS I have not the capitalKindly remember me to Mayor Barry Mr Hudson and the rest of my friends and if it be not too much to ask answer as soon as possible With kind wishes for the success of yourself and your pretty little city repectfullyi42220 Stratton avenue Louisville Ky I TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY c LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab qle All oruBBlsts rotund the money If IIt falls to cure E W Grovus signature is on mciPROMINENT MEN A number of prominent men passed over the Henderson Route last week Among them were Dr Silas 0 Swal low of Pennsylvania Prohibition candidate for President who was enI route to Evansville Wednesday to speak Senator A J Bevendge ofl Indiana en route Thursday morning 1 to Tell City to speak Senator Ben Tillman the Pitchfork Statesman of South Carolinaen route Wednesda to Tell City to speak and Governor J 0 W Beckham en route to Louis f villa Friday morning from Owens bor where he spoke Thursday night Tb ijnost prominent of the distin- guishedI gentleman who passed r through the city last weeK was Sena- tort Cbas K Fairbanks Republican candidate for icet resident who pissed through the city early Satqr day morning on a train e I route from Evanuville to Louisville Many Babies Die From Group livery winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by keep lug 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 cat I the phlegm draws out the fever and inflammation almost instantly It C is safe and sur- eBRING FANCY PRICE Two car loads of the finest cattle i brought to the Louisville market iin ten years were sold at th Bourbon 1 Stock yards Saturday the sate pric being 010 per 100 ponnds live weight Tney iveraged 1888 pounds 4These cattle were bought in Louis i cube two years ago last March by W 1 IX Galloway of Henry county and have been cornfed ever since Whe theytr poundsrf 1 1002 he was offered fU 50 per 100 ponnds for them cattle were bought last week by i ttThe Knight and shipped to Louts j Couuriet Journal A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and rem edies for four years Then Bncklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burn Scalds Skin Eruptions l and PlleA 25c at Short Hayne Drug Store 1 1STIRS UP REPUBLICANS F L Hodgen ville Ky Nov 4 John P r Haswell of Breokeoridge county Re publican elector for the Fourth die tact spoke in the interest of the Re publican ticket at the Courtbonse here this afternoon tp a good sized andi I once His speech was filled with r splendid argument and was delivered in a pleasing and most excellent man k tier Mr Haswell mado n good im i pression on the people and leaves the Republicans of LaRne tull of confidence that a victory will be won next Tuesday 3 CITIZENSHIP RESTORED Mike Bark who recently returned from Eddyville has been restored to citizenship by executive clemency andra in now entitled to vote and exercise Jail civil rights t SECOND EDITION ROOSEVELT AHEAD Election Conceded by New York Pa pers Parker Sends Congratula tions Roosevelts Statement RESULTS OF OTHER ELECTIONS Indications arc that the p esidential election yesterday resultedl in a landslide to Roosevelt ana Fairbanks Thororld and the Journal of New York and the Brooklyn Eagle lost night coned that Roosevelt carries the notion The New York Journal says Parker has soot a message of congratulation to Roosevelt An Associated Press dispatch rcccivcdihoro about 130 this morn ing from Washington says President Roosevelt tonight after the election returns clearly indicated his election issued the following statement 1am deeply sensible of the honor done mo by the American people in thus expressing their confidence in what I have done and loco tried to do I appreciate to the fullest the solemn responsibilities this confidenceI imposes on me and I shall do all that in my power lies not to forfei- it On the fourth of March next I shall have served three and a halft years and this three and a half years constitute my first term The wiseI custom which limits the president to two terms regards to substancej and not to form Under no circumstances will I be a candidate nor accept another nomination STATE DEMOCRATIC Dispatches received hero late chairmanyof the Democratic State committee claims tilt State by 15000 to 20 000 majority and 10 out of 11 congressmen Returns from many precincts indicate the same results SMITH WILL WIN Four counties complete and five in complete in the Fpurth congressional Smithn3767 votes and B L Bruner 2739 It is conceded that Smith wilt win as the district is largely Democratic TIRE ON SHERIFFS Brandenburg Ky Nov 2Two rinfcrtown white men who are said to have stolon a skiff from near New willtasm Baskett and W H Hagar of this place while resisting arrest on the river this afternoon When Sheriff Baikettcoinrnanded the men to halt both drew their revolvers and fired The Sheriff and his com panion being unarmed were torte I to retreat and by the time they secur tegive chase the robners had disappear down stream Their skiff was later found near Manckport five miles be low Brandenburg tied to a clump of bushes It is supposed that the strang tbuns making their escape No one was injured by the shots fired by the two desperate men al though the bullets whistled dangerous ly near the Sheriff and his companion I IMPORTANT RULING Frankfort Ky Noy9In revers ing a judgment of the Boyd circuit court in a caso of Boydcountv against JacK Arthur and others the appellateI court today ruled that the fiscal court is without authority to authorize itsI members to serve a supervisors of roads for the county and cannot be paid for such worK It furtner holds that the statue contemplates the ap- pOintment of but one supervisor of roads by the fiscal court and not one for each magisterial district and that the fiscal court has no authority to allow the members ally other com pensation than that fixed by law I also hold that where they county at torney refuses to prosecute an appeal the county judge may do so STAY IN KENTUCKY G M Bradley of Marshal Texas who is well known in this county where he formerly resided writes the News an interesting letter for which we hove not space this week Mr Bradley In his postscript says I forgot to tell the bays and girls who have homes in Kentucky to stuy with them and fie satisfied Yon have heard a great deal about Texas So have I aDdI had a few yearsI experience Again I say By all means stay in KentucKy II STOCK LAW LOSES Returns from the twenty onei precincts of the county indicatei that the stock law was defeated b a small majority t ICOUNTY REPUBLICAN Roosevelt and Bcuner carry Breckcn ridge county by about 250 majority TIE IN TilE CITY The three local precincts polled a vote of 296 each for Parker and Rooscvcltjj TOBINSPORT WINS Tobinsport defeated Gannelton by a soave of 10 to 4 in a game of base ball on the formers grounds Sunday afternoon But Tobinsport didnt de feat Cannelton proper and in this J respect the game was a disappoint ment Only one or two of Canneltous Ponies were in the team that played Tobinuport If all the Ponies had ibeen J on hands mere would have been s let ter game and the score might not have been in Tobinsports favor A town with tho baseball talent that Cannel ton has at her command should not 1 have permitted such a team as played Toblnnport to go away from home and up against players like the Pnmpkin I Rollers It wasnt treating the Pumpkin Hollers right Cured Of Eczema Mr Dan A Briggs Glasgow Ky says 1 About two years ago I haa 1 Eczema so bad that I could scarcely sleep at all I purchased a bottle of Paracamph and made not over oneJ dozen applications when I was en tirely well I highly recommend Paracamph for all irritations of thett skin and would not be without it in my home Paracamph soothes cools and heals Try a 23o bottle TO LAST THREE MONTHS- S nrce1r will the tootfalls of miltj lions of sightseers cease to echo tbroughlthe worlds fAir baijdingfaud the merry shouting and laughter ofII the Pike be hushed when tnere willt arise another sound a mighty crash and roarand the relentless nand oft destruction wilt begin the giant task ot demolishing the material of the Louisiana Purchase exposition sass the St Louis Post DIlpatcb Tie work will be sudden svift and thorough for within three months time after tne closing dRY the 200 worlds fair buildings are to be razed to the gro un L- MOST SOBER CROWD BranrtenbnrgtKy Nov8HpeoialE There was a largq crowd in town Wednesday to attend the rally and hear Gov BeoKham and Judge Ca ruth speak It was said by many that it was the soberest crowd ever seen at J n rally In Brandenburg So much for a dry town b TWO ODD PETITIONS- TO TOWNS FATHERS- The principal topic ofJ conversation on the streets Tuesday aside from the election was the two odd petitions submitted to the city council at its regular meeting Monday night Dr J T Owen submitted a petition with a large number of signers praying that pigeons re prohibited from flying over the cltyns a sanitary measure ij W Moorman Sr as a burlesque on the former petition submitted a petition praying that English sparrows be prohibited from flying over the city Both petitions were referred to the ordinance com mittee and they are virtually killed Many amusing comments on the two petitions were heard on the streets Tuesday morning Besides the reading of the above petitions little of importance occupied the attention of the council at tie meeting Monday night The Youths Companion Of 1905 It is impossible even to summarize in a single paragraph the man and varied attractons whichTHEYOUTHS COMPANION announces for the com ing year A series of articles planned to inter est especially the fortytive millions of Americans who look directly to the soil for their snhstence will treat of New Fields for Young Farmers liThe Sanitaton on the Farm The Future of American Cotton thetFarm etc Seven serial stories and 250 short stories by the most talented and pob ular American writers of fiction will form part of the contents of the new volume tor 1105 Full Illustrated Announcement des cribing the principal features of THE COMPANIONS new volume for 1005 will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address free 175ynow for a years subscription to THE COMPANION receives free all the is sues of THE COMPANION for the remaining weeks of 1004 also THE COMPANION Carnations Calen dar for 1005 lithographed in twelve colors ibdgold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkley Street Boston Mass KENTUCKYS RECORD- St Louis Mo Nov4 Kentucky famous for the quality and quantity of whisky it produces has made a re cord on the water wagon as will be evidenced by the statement that at the close of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition nearly 800000 gallons of water will have been consumed in the KentucKV building at the Worlds FairNo whisky has neon bought by the Kentucky Commission and all that has been used is the girt of distillers of that State No Kentuckians have been arrested either by the Jefferson Guards cr the Worlds Fair police upon any charges whatever since the opening of the exposition SAveral citizens of that State are on the Jefferson Guard and thev have proved to bo of the very best service to the office- rsMARRIED AT SIGHT Mr Margaret stay of near this city and Noah Randall of Wnite Sul phur Wells Ark who were married recently in Hawesville will leave soon for Malvern Ark to reside It is reported that Mrs Ray and Mr Ran dall were married on the first day they ever saw each other though they had excnang d photographs Mrs Ray was the widow of the late Henry Ray L R C REORGANIZES- The Ladies Reading club held Ita hrst meeting for the year of 10045 at- hehomo of Mrs RE Moorman last Thursday afternoon The club was reorganized but officers for the ensuing your were not sleeted because of small attendance New officers will be chosen next Thursday afternoon when the slab meets with Mrs W H Bowmer AT BRANDENBURG- West Point Kr Nov 5 Senator Fairbanks special train was delayed for more thau three hours today by a freight wreck near Brandenburg Asa consequence the schedule which called for upward ol a dozen speeches through Indiana ending with a night meeting 111 Indianapolis waR consid erably ou- tMEADE RURAL ROUTE- A rural free delivery route has been ordered established December 1 at Brandenburg with one carrier The area covered is nine square miles with a population of 203 s v A Matter ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TURKEY 3 PER Thanksgiving without a turkey does not sound pleasant but there will be many a housewife wno will think twice this year betcre she adds turkey to the menu for the nations holiday Already the commission men are watching the signs of the times and it is prophesied that turkey will this year bring a higher price than for two years past Why turkey should soar in price is easily explained Even now with the limited demand the sup ply of turkeys is fur from plentiful and by Thanksgiving dealers say the shortage will amount to a scarcity The cold wet spring played havoc with the turkey crop and there was hut a small per cent of the large broods that lived through the rigors of the cold rains In other words the tur Key for the Thanksgiving dinner will cost in the neighborhood of 3 of hard earned wageREx Thonsands Cured DeWHts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of prIes I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve oo the recommendation of our druggist so writes C H L Croix of Zavalla Tex and used it for a stub born case of the Piles It cured me permanently Sold bv All Druggists DRYEST MONTH The month of October which closes today is the dryest in the history of the local Weather Bureau the total rainfall tor thirtyone days amounting to only 27 of an inch This is the smalltst amount of precipitation re corded at the Louisville forecast sta tiousince its establishment thirtyfour years ago The month which nearest approaches the present one for scanty rainfall was October 1801 when U5 of an inch of rain fell Showers occurred on only two days tnis montn Louisville Times THE COST OF WAR Russias weekly expendit are in the war with JApan is 5 80250 Britains war in South Africa which cost all told the quite respectable sum of tl0iO170 000 worked out at 7500000 a week France footed the heaviest war bill on record the cost of her terrible conflict with Germany being 1580 000000 or over 35 000000 a week The total cost of the Crimean war was 1505000000 of which Russia paid 700000000 France 46r 000000 and England 390 000000 The weekly expense of the three countries were Russia 7000000 France f1500000 England 1500000 I BOYS LEG AMPUTATED Dr A A Simons and Dr J T Owen amputated the right leg of a nine year old son of Hiram Holmes who lives near Patesville last Saturday Dr Simons performed the oper ation assisted by Dr Owen They were called in consultation by Dr Frymire of Patesviile About tvo weeks ago young Holmes broke his leg in two places while riding on the rear of a buggy the member being entangled inthe under part of the buggy The member was set by Dr Frymire and the patient was getting along very nicely unll last weeK when gangrene set up from IbeI OASTORXABcwi theiliaKM You Have Always Bougfe denature Y 1fll F q A S E NOMINATIONS Officers of the National Union of the Amerian Society of Equity will be electea athendqnarters at Indianap olis on December 8 1004 A ballot will be printed in the Nov 15 and Dec 1 issues of ASE organ which can be voted by an Individual or a local union if by a local union the number ot members being indicated The following officer have been put in nomination For president A Everltt of Indi anapolis Ind present officer For secretary M W Tubbs Indu anapolis J H Harpster Millers burg 0 For treasurer Andrew Smith vice president of the Capital National bank of Indianapolis For national organizer Hon H B Sherman Greeusbnrg Ind Geo G Winanu Lakeland Mich For general counsel Murk P Tur ner Indianapolis For vicepresident from Kentucky Hon D T Hamill Guthrie F B McCann Kirktnansville Jas W Lee Morgantield WHERE IS NOAKE The Rev William Miller and Mist Angelina Carby were married Tuesday evening at the home ot the bride at NoaKe Breckenridge county Mr Miller is a minister ot the Christian denomination and has been located in Owensboro for some time Mr and Mrs Miller will reside on East Third street Saturdays Owensboro Messenger Noake is neither in the postal guide nor on any map of Breckenridge countyGOOD TOMATO CROP A large amount of tomatoes were raised at Skillinan this year for the T T Polk compnnyn local branch can tug factory the tomatoes being tow ed to this city by CaptT F Sawyers gasoline bout Some of the crops were verv good one or two averaging 350 bushels per acre meaning 50 or 00 to the grower BUILDING NOTES A parsonage is being limit in East land for Rev W H Pope pastor of the colored Methodist church At the colored Baptist church Sun day night 8160 in cash was raised to make improvements on the church building The annex to the Masonic Temple will be completed in about two weeks a OUR WHEAT CROP Six hundred and thirtywoven mill ion bushels of wheat is our average wheat crop Onefifth the whole worlds output enough wheat made me bread to provide one and onethird loaf for every inhabitant of the UnIt ed States daily fora year eflough wheat made Info loaves a foot llong to girdle the earth TneWorldaWork FINGERS BROKEN- R A Board of this city who is employed by the Henderson Route as a bridge carpenter received two broken fingersof the left hand Saturday morning by catching his hand under a falling timber Ho was at work on the Lead creek bridge near Hawes ville whan the accident occurred and came On to this city on the 9ri4 morn ing train for medical attention WARDEN BANDY DEAD StepliensportKy Nov8SpecialW- ardell Bandy died last Friday after a very brief illness He recently moved here from Union Star where he was buried Sunday morning 1 n t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 01004 TWO ACCIDENTS t To Capt T S Baldwins Airship At St Louis Fair Marred Success Last Week St Louis Nov 2The Baldwin air ship navigated by A Roy Knaben hue started on its fourth ill ght Iron the Worlds Fair aeronautic concourse at 207 oclock scarcely anv wine was blowing When the ship reached a height of 850 feet a valve blew off the gasoline motor and after trying in vain to th it while the ship ascended Knnbenahuc descended alightemng in a cornfield a mile northwest of the Exposition fit Louis Nov 8The airship of E Captain T S Baldwin Which suddenly sli p d away last night as it was being towed in from the country to the aeronauts concontrse was found t today sixteen miles west of St Louts It was unharmed by its wild night flight save lor two small rents in the gas bag which Captain Baldwin 1 stated could be repaired in half an hourCaptain Baldwin said tonight that he expected to have the airship in reaainess for a flight by Saturday afternoon 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 Piracatuph freely nnd snuff up tha nose you will get instant relief be cause it opens the pores stimulates the circulation and removes all congestion fever and inflammation Paracamph prevents Pneumonia SoI dont Jut your cold hang on Try a bottle today Sunken In the Water All reptiles swim Almost nil snakes move throuli the water with as ankh ease and rapidity as on land tattle snakes fo oxnmple are much given to swimming In placid water if It Is not tot cold In the everglade lakes of Florida tI v may be often seer It Iis well to know that to attack from a boat a poisonous snake III the water is a much mre dangerous proceeding than to att ick the snake on land The reason Is that the reptile will Immedi ately make for the boat since It must have a solid base from which to strike It half leaps and half climbs Into the craft anti there IIt a tight at uncom fortably close quarters Success A Wedding Wnrnlnir The Breton peasant dues not believe In allY such new tangled doctrine as that of the equality of the sexes and he makes that clear when he takes tar to himself a wife Then according to ancient custom directly the fatal knot is tied the bridegroom gives the bride a smart box on the ear saying This is how it feels when you displease me After this ungallant proceeding he draws her tenderly toward him and kisses her sayingI And this Is how it feels when you treat me well CAST ElXABears the TI8 Kind You Have Always BOBgM iguture I1of SMOKING A CIGAR One Way of Doing It That J Snld to lie an ImpoHMlblllty I have n customer who thinks ho smokes twenty cigars a day said a downtown denier As a mutter of fact he gives away many of them and throws away some that are only partly I consumed However ho is firm in the belief that he smokes more actual tobacco than nay man In New York mill u boast on the subject In my store yesterday led to a curious bet Ho declared to begin with that he could smoke three ordinary cigars in half an hour A bystander remarked that no man alive could smoke even one cigar continuously until it was consumed without taking it from his lips Bosh said my man I do that right along and think nothing of It- Sill bet you a box of perfectos you cant do it right now said the other and In half a minute the wager was made By Its terms the cigar was to be consumed in steady consecutive puffs and not removed from the lips until burned to a mark one nnd a half inches from the tip A clear Havana Colorado Madura was selected for the test and the smoker took a seat and began He puffed like nn engine for about two minutes and accumulated something under halt nn Inch of ash and then he oegan to wabble He shifted the cigar from side to side pulled slow and fast and seemed to have dlfllculty getting his breath between the draws At any rate he kept turn ing his head to avoid the smoke and finally got to laughing I could see he was In torture but he stuck to It until he got within half an inch of the mark Then he jumped up suddenly threw the cigar away and walked out of the shop I paid the bet and charged it to his account and he told me lust evening that the very Idea of tobacco made him sick I doubt whether It would be possible for anybody to stroke even n moderately strong cigar through In the manner I have described New York Press Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of 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 sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Uheutuatism Nen ralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Duly COc at Short Haynes Druggists Effectual Wny I thought Smeargle was a friend of yours He was until lately I hind to drop him He was always wanting to bor row money Refused him sharply did you No I lent him some Chicago Tribune Just n Little Favor Mrs Nodd The cook refuses to getup earlier than 7 Todd Ask her if she wont do It for a couple of days until I can rearrange my business Brooklyn lifeWhat Worried Him She But pa lie says he cant live without me PaBut the question Is whether he can live without meXew York Press Many a girl makes a blunder In not taking a man at his word when he Fays I mil not worthy of your love WORST KIND OF POVERTY A Man Slay hare Plenty of SI one and Yet De Very Poor Much of what is called success Is bll1 the most vulgar kind of nrosiierity It is the success of the brute faculties ta1 the expense of the divine fo develo u few of ones brain cells and the the lowest by everlasting digging nlld grinding for money to cultivate onu lingo gland which secretes nothing but dollars and the exclusive cultlvatlo of which crushes out of life nil thl firmer sentiments all that Is sweet nllll beautiful and worth while makes II man as dry and barren as the IIlat Sahara desert lie who follows Uis course cannot be rich no matter how much money he may have A tan 1IIs rich when every faculty within hi1 u has followed his highest Ideals when he has pushed his horizon to Its fill thermost limit A man is poor when he tins lost con fldence of his friends when people who are nearest to him do not believe III him when Ids character Is honeycomb ed by deceit punctured by dishonesty He Is poor when he makes money lit the expense of his character whet principle does not stand clear cut supreme in his Idea When this Is clouded he is in danger of the worst kiwi of poverty To be In the poorhoust is not necessarily to be poor If you have maintained your Integrity if you character stands foursquare to the world if you have never bent the kne of principle to avarice you are not poor though you may be compelled to beg bread Orison Swctt Marden In Success Struggling Vlth the lnllJlInJe A story is told of a German tcachci at an American girls college who wat not thoroughly acquainted with the English language and the college slang bad not helpeel her In solving the puz zle She hail heard the girls talk about going off on lurks Returning one day from a picnic she said to sortie of the girls Oh I have been on such n cairn ry She startled her class one tiny by complaining against some of the cold days of September saying Why It was so cold 0110 day I had to stay In my room all the morning and sit with my feet over the transom trying to keep warm Snlrntlon With Food Fourteenyear old Emma who hind come home from her first days school lug In elementary physiology was questioned by her parents as to what she hind tenured Papa she complained I dont think I like physiology Why not my dear Well teacher was explaining digestion to us today and she said we had to mix salvation with every mouthful of food Harpers Weekly not He Mennt Well The good man was comforting the stricken widow Do not grieve sister said he Think how much better off he Is And the good man wondered why she refused to be longer comforted by him Brownings Magazine IIU Negative Bunsby They speak of Multbys negative virtues What are they Daw son Theyre something I dont like He always says no when you want to borrow anything of hurtBoston Transcript Had to have It You married me for my money she exclaimed angrily Oh well he replied soothingly dont blame me I couldnt get It any other way you know TO MEET BEVERIDGE Mayor Kiefer Wm H Schroeder city chairman of the Republican par Evciy new cash subscriber to TILE NEWS will bo a to Farm anil Fireside one year free Every old subscriber who pays his to the THE NEWS to January 1 1905 and one year in will be a years to this fitful paper Accept this offer today before you it I I n plcyy This great stock medicine is a money saver for stoclc raisers It is a medicine not a cheap food or condition powder Though put up in coarser form than Thedfcrds BlackDraught renowned for tho cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up tho torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for all stock and poultry It is carefully pro pared and its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It lures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do I more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a trialIt costs 25c a can and saves ten times its price in profit PmsBuno KAS March 25 1904 I havo been using your UlarlcDraugbt Stock and Poultry Medicine oa my stock for some time I have used all kinds of stock food but I have found that yours It the best for my purpose J S HASSON I ty John Scull and Chas f Herr man of Tell City and Chins Miller editor of the Cannslton Enquirer and the Hon W C Moore of Kansas were in the city Thursday morning to meet Senator A J Beveridge ot Indi ana who spoke at Tell City Thursday afternoon They came up on the 0 45 train from Hawesville and returned on the Exposition Limited train due here at 10H3 oclockon which they met the gifted young Senator of Indiana Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines r wa got a fall on an iiny walk lat winter spraining his wrist and bruls i ing his kneeliThe next day he says they were so sore mud stiff I was afraid 1 would have to stay in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness lied dis appeared For sale by Short Hay nes RECEIPTS AND ATTEND ANCE OF WORLDS FAIR According to a financial statement issued last week by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition company cover ing a period from the opening April BO to October 1 there was a balance in the treasury at the latter date of 184135350 The total receipts were 13207372110 and the total disbursements 2183340700 The attendance at the Exposition for the first seven months in as fol lowsApril 1 day 1877U3 May 26 ddys2001J91Ju- ne 26 days2124SH6J-uly 27 days 2348557 August 27 days8088743Sep- tember 20 days81151573O- ctober 25 dave3165878T- otal 15033295 SlndlcrI tire trol bell to let ort n passenger who had only rid den for a square Youd bf astonished continued the knight of the bell strap to know how many people try to bent the trolley for a free rile when they want to make It call a situie or two away from Ifome They hop on the ear wait till It hat started and thou want to know If the car doesnt go to some place which they know It doesnt come within n tulle ot In this way they get their ride for nothing and go on their wny In tho be lief that they have fooled the couduc tor PhlIaflelphla Press Discretion n Failure I was at the husking bee one day Great fun- IllIIlu red ear YesKiss the prettiest girl Nope Didnt dare All the pretty girls were engaged to husky farmers What did you do Kissed the homeliest girl Did that give satisfaction Not n bit of It Each of the husky farmers felt that I had personally snubbed his best girlCleveland Plain Denier Moro Likely to Get It Nocnsh Wonder where I can bor row soup money Ilnrdupp What do you want It for Oh Ive got a sure thing In the fifth race tomorrow You dont want money you wart to borrow trouble Cincinnati Trlb uue Mnnlcal TaeSay pa Well what Why does that man In the band run the trombone down his throat- I suppose It is because he hus a taste for music Town Topics Interpreted She told me said the young man who hud consulted n fortune teller that I was born to command Well well exclaimed Ilcnpeck she means then 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And A Widely Known Man J N Paxton fotmerly of Pnlesville and a man widely known in this county 1and the Green river section of the State died last Wednesday morning at Beaver Dam Ohio county The interment was I n the Paxton burying ground near White Sulphur Springs between Beaver Dam and Rochester Mr Paxton lead been in poor health t for years but his condition was not so i jserioult until several months ago About a month ago on account of bad health he dissolved partnership with Wm Lynch at Patesville and two weeks later went to Beaver Dam His death was due to consumption- For about six years Mr Paxton was in the general merchandise business at Patesville with Mr Lynch the style of I tbe firm being Paxton launch He i r was the most successful merchant 1 Patesville ever had Previous to his goi- ngto Patesville he was in business with Montague Bros at Delaware and Cromwell Mr Paxton was thtrtythree years of age Only two years ago he married Miss Alma Browning of Beech Grove t His wife and one brother A H Paxton of Louisville southern representative of the Kentucky Jeans Clothing companyI survive him About a year and abalf ago Mr Paxton transfered his membership in they Masonic lodge in Delaware to the lodge liiistnis city where he was well known l His church membership was held in the+ M IS church South at Cromwell 4 4Thenews of Mr Paxtons death was i received with expressions of regret by many friends sad acquaintances in Louisville Owensboro and throughout i the Green river country where he war a man who was known and liked for his worth and sterling qualities DIES IN OWENSBORO Mrs Lucietiu Mattinnly relict of Jill Mnttinfily who once lived four milts south of IlHrdiusburg died 1 list Thurs dray morning at Owensboro of feuilily The funeral was held Friday Mrs Mattiuylys maiden name was McKinney nj d she was horn in Mercer county She wn + H member of the Cntli olic church and about eightyseven years of rage The following children survive O B Mnttingly of this city Manning Mat tinglyIIardiusburgChasRiid RobtMat tingly Owensboro Mrs Mary Hogan Hancock count Mrs Susan Campbell MrsT A Drown and Miss Bell Mat tingly Owensboro A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS itching Blind Bleeding or IrotrudliiK Pllrs DrucpUts refund money It IAO OIXTMENT1 falls to sure any erase no mutter of how longstanding In 0 to 14 rings Fuss iipplloiitlon elves ease and rest SOe If your druggist hasnt It send SOc In stumps mid It will he forwarded postpaid by Jurls Medi cine Co St Louis Jl- nSUCCESSFUL I MEETING Rev J SJ Brear of limned closed a successful protracted meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Dukes last Thursday night The meeting began on Saturday October 22 Rev Brear was assisted in the services after October 29 by Rev S J Richey oi Gatewood Hancock county The meet ing resulted in twentythree profess ions two renewals and fourteen additions and a general revival in the church Neglect To have a good remedy in the house for Burns Cuts and BrUIses often CRuses serious remits Para camps is the best thing you can have It relieves pain instantly and cures qUicKly without leaving ugly scars It does this because it heals from the bottom of tbe wound and is therefore better than the old fltshioned Salves and Ointments It absolutely prevents blood poisoning so keep a bottle your NEW home POSTMASTERS InII Postmasters appointed for Brecken ridge county tot Wajhington Thursday were as follows Ella Mattingly Gar field James C McKaughan Sample 1 1t For the nearest correct estimate or guess 21000000 1orthe second nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the 10 oust nearest correct estimates or guesses 50 each ooOO t For the SOI next nearest correct estimates or guesses 125 each boooo For the 42 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 115 each 69000 For tho 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 9 10 each 100000 For the 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses fi each 157000 493 prizes amounting to C2100000 I bald In forming yonr estimates wo furnish the following figures The TOTAL POPULAR VOTE tor President In the year I IBM was4reI1921868 was6 m686Increase of 4223 cent Ib72 wM6 466I651ncrease of 1204 per cent 4 1876 was 8412 733lncre8ge of 3010 per cent 1880 of 947 percent 1884 was 100 985lncre88e of 907 per cent p4 I 1888 WIL8l1SbO860 Increase of 1130 per cent f 1892 was 12069BSllncrease of 596 per cent 1896 waa3923 02lncrease of 1545 per cent 1900 of 28 per cent 1904 WhAt will It be V 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 Dont fall to take advantage of the PRIZES RUNNING A PAPER People think it is easy to run n uevvfpiper One Weeks experitnce would change the opiuion of moot pe Iplc on this subject Did you ever com t the words in a column of ordinary news piper print There are about tw r thous rand wo ds iu u column Sin pose you sit down and write a thousand words on some subject and thou soother thous and on a lother until you have writtpn eight or ten thousand Try it and see If- lit is right rosy Keep that gRit up fob a eOfYIsort after you have gotten the forts all right condense throe into n few lines an hourswotk thut run be lead ill atew seconds Do this for a dozen items that ream iinsignificant after they rare print ed but winch you know are important Ithen have Ithe item ciiticimlI and in accuracies pointed out to you when it i too late to correct them Oh yes it t espy to run a newspaper Ex HERE ON A VISIT Father Geo Neihaus arrived iin the city last Wednesday evening on a visit to Father C lee Father Neihaus was pastor of the Catholic church of tIlls city about ten years ago Ilia last visit here was before the fire of 1001 He will be here sometime on the present visit and is spending part of the time afire t KainTuckEe Tar Springs for the benefit of Us mineral waters Dosnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when yonth fails t tshow proper rospect for old rage ba just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe nn irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to his perfect Fill 25c at Shor- S Haynes Drug Stor- ePANAMA GREETED Washington NOT 3 President Roosevelt today transmitted through the state department the following ca blegram to President Amador of Panama His Excellency President Amador Panama Accept the felicitations of this government on firs anniversary of Panama independence Theodore Roosevelt METEOR SEEN HERE A number ot persons claim to have seen a meteor here one night last week Those who saw it say that it took a course from east to wet AT TAILORING TRADE Ed Morrison took a position last week under J R Elliott the tailor iin the Oelze building as an apprentice TO FEED FIFTY HEAD Lilian Bros bought fifty head of beef cattle last week to feed on their farm west of the city Part of them were bought here and part in Louisville Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Taolets are becoming n favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by Short Haynes OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST I i Here is The List of Prizes Valuable Information per was9209406lncrcase wasJ8959653lncrelsse SPECIAL In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For July1stS 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 50000ForJuly15thooOOForooOOFor60000oor I t 50000For64000ForOctober 1st and before October 15th 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 2500000 I c Subscription Blank Inclosed find t to apply on subscription account Nam e Postofflce State My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November 811161 for the office of President ore r Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 J each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THEI1I I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i 3 1 Cloverport Ky tr- M ti Stamped BROSsaalwa s combine the desirable features or sliver plateartistic designs with highest grade of plate Remember the stamp of the genuine Rogers Sold by leading dealers Send for Catalogue Ct to the makers International Silver Co Merlden Conn INTERESTING THINGS I ABOUT LITTLE JAPAN j From New York Sun Bishop M C Harris of Japan and Bishop F W Wurne of Scuth Asia were quests or honor at the Methodist Preachers Meeting yesterdey and aft er a sermon hthe Rev Dr G C Peck canditt1 his purpose in New York to be a search for new missionaries Then he went on betdtrial To my mind Japan had won the war even before swords were drawn and eont flict tar away as I am front it Japan has done even better than I thought she wquld And when she has won the victory she seems destined to win she will have laid the foundation for the peace of japanChitraCorenforapeacewlriclrGod years The Japanese have done no boasting they have been too busy fighting And it is a scientific warat least as far as Japan is concerned The Japanese are to carryon a winter campaign understand From a friend a young Japanese i learned the other day that some years ago the Japanese offered a bount of two and a half cents for each rat captured and killed it being believed that rodents carry the bubonic plague Over a million skins were brought in and after being disinfected are now made into winter caps for the army Thus you see even the Japanese rots are aiding in the fight Japan is strong because she has America with her because too Great Britain has taken up her cause It iis well that the American people made the dcision in regard to Japan that they did Had theynot there would have been little use for her to have tried hereafter to put Christian missionaries at work there Had America looked askance at Japan in trey fight Japan would have felt that the Christian relig Ion stands for little It Bishop Harris closed by declaring that as Japan is to be the schoolmaster of the East American Christianity has a duty in sending intelligent missionaries there end naked fora fund from American Methodists to relieve suffer ing in Japan brought on by war The I families of the 750003 Japanese soldiers in the field must be supported by the people he said as the soldiers received but a mere pittance This is not charityhe remarked Ie Japan will not beg ARREST IT50 REWARD i A bottle of Eczinc will be sent free to every reader if tbis 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 troy other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature IsO 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 hoe been no specific discovered that would 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the principal and two from the cars pass the door to all of the neat and clean i DAN 3ROOiSCi LIVE STOCK i COMMISSION MERCHANTS t CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE ONONOON01000000001NN0 NNONOONNNONONNO I FRISCO SYSTEM Chicago Eastern Illinois R R city- Everything Double Daily TrainsIBETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING LaSalle Station Chicago a m910 p m Station Merchants Bridge Sf a m946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini lines diverging Equipment entirely new and modern throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped practical and approved safety appliances Substantially constructed StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes the latest patterns suits and trousors high grade fabrics Clothes made modern methods guaranteed Moderate prices pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Cannelton Ind rich black Use 44 Tiiemost located In malting Only from district blocks theatres Street parts i KY I From Street 950 From Union Louis 930 with with All by Fit V G G years in set All reas One Cure For Coughs and Croup Sanfords ZC Mucilage In full of handy size Library and to boot JNO D books etc lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown firstclass shopping principal ABBA AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many experience fling estates collections onable Cloverport Kentucky MinuteCough Colds Fine Inks assortments Mottles photo pastes BABBAGE School The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated I mild certain They cure c constipation LowetiMus BUCKINGHAMS DYE rare CD or mcooira oa L r HILL ca tWa04l4 a nr rn rff THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I JNO D and V G BABBAGE t ProprietorsIIssued Every Wednesday ffSuboription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year 1 1CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at tho rate of 10 coats per lino- OBITUARIESI charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance l plenscll When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGIIT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1904 TILE MdJC WHO C1UUTS HIS WORK An employer of thousands of men pensation required They object to was asked what thing in all his large what they believe would be extra vII operations gave him the must concern ues The old man shannt get moreI The man who does a little lees than than hes paving for is the vorna is expected of him was the reply cular He is thA dangerous factor in all Possibly it never strikes these trim business The absolute failures we mers that in cheating their work they readily discover and discharge but are doing double damage they are in the almosts escape detection tor j juring their employers much but months and otten for years and they they are robbing tnemselves they mane our losses as well as our fears are in fact losing everything in lif anti with a very serious smile he add that is worth while They fare worsted The drip in business is wcise than if they did nothing at all for than the leak time with all its precious values slips Thousands of men Iwncy they are entirely from them and leaves no sub fulfilling their duty to their employ stance or satisfaction Half doing soon ers and to their task by keeping brings undoing It is the ninetenths hours and performing just enough to doing or the ninetynine onehundred hold on to their positions They have ths doing that bleeds business and an idea that to do more would oe to saps character Saturday Evening give larger service than their cow Post DID you lose your vote I n n WHBKB is the Democratic pod of Ps Peace Prosperity Pro gross Prudence and Parker l The poor man wits overloaded SQUIUB C C MARTIN Big Spring was in Louisville last week soiling his purchase of tobacco lie says he is well satisfied with his salos and came out a little ahead SALT river is mightylow and no boats running but there is a good Supply of skiffs says Comillus McGlothlan who stands at the mouth ready and willing to do tho handsome thing by the defeated candidates A little sunshine to the other fellow will make you money nnd make you feel good You musnt wait for the other fellow to smile I but smile yourself find maybe it will be returned Smiling like the whooping cough is catching and it wont hurt you to catch a right I good case of it and keep it on tap I WK call attention to a letter published in another column from Mr C E Shepard of Louisville who wants to buy a small farm near this town If any of our readers have what Mr Shepard wants please write him Mr Shepard likes Cloverport and we like Mr Shepard and should be glad to have him come and locate with us AND now that the election is over let us turn our attention to Thanksgiving and to Santa Claus J C Nolte says his ship is being loaded now and will make port in a few days with many handsome things for old Santa Hes no respecter of persons you dont have to register and show your certificate to get into his sanctum TUB man in all this country who got fun out of this campaign was Col Harvey editor of Harpers Weekly The many bright and wit ty things he got oft on all sides will live in history While his crit icisms were sharp and keen they were not offensivenot malignant nor did they appeal to the prejudiced or ignorant They were along high broad linos Mr Harvey will not have a word to regret or take back no matter what tho result questions are thore that sound like hall and what are their meanings Hall where you open the door and go in hull bawling along a boy that wont go to skool aul what the shoemaker charges you 25 cents for to aul your shoe nllall everybody in the world Success MH J C WATLIXOTOV of Stephensport returned from the Worlds Fair Tuesday He visited relatives at Alexis 111 while on his He anythinglively and prosperous but it is not like old Kentucky where the air is purer and the hills grander than any other state He says farmers do not know how well off they are at home until they get out and see how it is in the big cities 4 i Miss LULL OWES returned last week from a visit to relatives and f staying tofett they havo intho country and in such bountiful supply She took t an overland trip of 60 miles to Sacremento in a buggy Made it in the night to avoid the dust Says this was a delightful trip and she enjoyed it Her cousinMrs Stum lives at Sacremento Miss Lulus health was very much improved by her trip STKniENSionT is certainly enjoying a good trade and her mer yearsMIIcounty vn8 see stores all full of happy joyous men and women buying things tto eat and to wear and spending thoir I money freely A sight of this kind is what we call good times and it if was certainly good times in Stephensport Saturday k COST OF CAMPAIGNS 1 Mr Elihu Root is expendedj ljl J i A 1 j not aggregated more than onohaTf that expended in the McKinley campaign four years ago This is a most gratifying announcement and coupled with tho fact that tho Republican campaign has been con ducted with absolutely clean hands it is an occasion for national con gratulation Thorn can bo no question whatever that the employment of vast sums of money in political campaigning has become a very serious evil in this country It is true that the cost of campaigns necessarily increases with the growth of the country and when it is remembered that a presidential campaign extends over a territory continental in its scope and involves the presentation of issues to 15 000000 voters tho mere cost of printing traveling oxp9uscs getting up meetings raisin banners and other legitimate methods of campaigning must take a great deal of money But thh fact does not justify the collection and distribution of a cent more than is necessary to cover theso necessary expenses of campaigning Some time or other the American peoplel may decide to take up this question in some practical way so as to limit tho use of money in elections It might bo practicable for the government itself to assume the cost conducting campaigns It now asuuios the expense of holding these elections and in some states iit has adopted the policy of providing the money for the primary elections It will bo bu t a step further for it to defray in a largo measure the cost of the campaigns Surely the presentation of issues to people is as an important a parr of the election as tho casting of the ballots If at the close of every campaign there was a clear definite cold detailed statement of how all the money collected by politics committees was expended that would bo a powerful check on the cor rapt use of money in elections Wall Street Journal HERE FROM COLORADO Jno Gleaeon came in last week from Teller Col where he is worKing in a silver mine Mr Olensnn bad a posi Vicetoria when they were in operation and he is well known here EXCELLENT RESULT A barn of many thousand of clay shingles at the Murray Roofing Tile Gos factory in a kiln last month was about eighty per cent perfect It was the first time the kiln was lured and the result is considered an excellent one for the first burning I I ALSO AT ROME The Hon George W Jolly of Owensboro spoke at Stephensport Saturday afternoon in the interest of the Republican party and at Rome Inn Saturday evening He wasI greeted by good crowds at both places WITH MR HUDSONII C W Moorman Jr has the position J with R N Hudson which was recently held by B M McCarty who went to Lewisport to take charge of the L H St L depot as stated in the News last week Mr Moorman was formerly bookkeeper for the firm of F Fraize REMEDY THIS CATARRH I Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm- G UL Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the dls n d n b It fEVERdrles J In the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size Me nt drulCJlsr or hv mall Trial Size lOc by mall- ELY 1 RitOTIIkUs NtGrren Street x YOUR INDUSTRIES flachlne Shops of L H St L RR Machine Shops and FoundrycCanning Factory Tile Roofing FactoryII Two Planing Mills Saw nlllJI Flouring Mill Two Banks combined capital 65100 Combined Deposits 22355098 I Real Estate Improvement Co I American Tobacco Factoryjj GAllaher 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 HenryDellavenCounty Judge of lireckenrldge county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorIzed to announce R W candidateforcomposed of the wfuntlw of Hancock Breckenridge and Meade subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE nlIJcCracken tothem m mDRRI P KEENEI Representing I TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR I DENTISTS i iOF OWENSBORO 4- W Yi I ti Will iw In Dr Llltbttoots office ono rweek out ot each month prepared to 1 wait on aU wishIng high Class DenlIItlstryt l TI Will be Here November 21 to 21- t r tr HARDINSBURG Miss Alliene Murray was at the World If Fair last week Bethel Tucker of Hndsouville was in town last Monday Henty DeH Moorman wAnt to Glen deane Monday Jesse R Eskridge of Owensboro came home to vote Frank Deqn of RocKvale was in town last Monday The Rev G L King and family have moved into the parsonage BF Beard is visiting his daughter Mrs A S Edelen at Burgin Ky DrL Milton Board and Charles Miller returned to Hopkinsville Tuesday 3 Claude Mercer spent Sunday ana Monday at Hut the guest of friends Paul Compton and family have moved into his residence on Third streetMrs John PHaswell who has been seriously ill for the past ten days JH improvingMies Murray has returned home from a visit to relatives it Clo verportJoseph Bull of Birmingham Ate is here visiting his mother Mrs R F McUary T J Moore went to his home at MuDaniels to cast his vote tor Parker and Davis Henry DeHaven Moorman returned home Sunday from a visit to the Fair at St Louis Miss Nell Moorman oi Glendeane was the guest ot Gen and Mrs David R Murray last week Miss Bettie Haswell of St Louis ia visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Lloyd Cox and family who have been living near Shepherdsvllle for sometime have returned hers Mr Cox says Bnllitt can not compare with Breckenridge WORLDS FAIR VISITORS The following people left yesterday morning with J 0 Crntcher lor the St Louis fair Misses Maud Polk Ethel Oelze Ree and Mattie Willis Lula Owen Hallie Moorman Ruey Ballman Lizzie Fish er Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia Mrs J D Gregory Mrs Mary Oelze Cloverport 5 J J Tilford and family Fordsville J J Gannane gild wife John Mnsselinan Overton BlanfordIrvmtgon Charles and Willie French Mystic The Idesrread JT11 lor STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS and SHOTGUNS emphisln the de reeol- pufccUonembodied In ouf iterUnz make You will find annl branded STEVENS stall RIFLB RANGES and hunt there Is lIuntlllJ ITS A STEVENSiTequlnlent to urine GUARANTEED FOR QUAI 1TY and famous or ill essential reum properties Our Line Rifles from i 300 to 150 Pistols from 250 to 50 Shotguns from 750 to 35 Au your dealer arid tnsllt DORrFAutosta8tor 1t II- nctobwtithenlletusk1l IfyoucanutllustratatatatogDI our ioodl W and appeals to fe loren Inandilltho grand sport or shootJnr Mailed prcpnlmpatopayprice poItaiCo lilT Tlln MARK with our RIFLn rUZZLIU ThIs clever novelty will be mailed FR1JE upon request J STEVENS ARMS J TOOL CO PO BOX 4001 OHIOOPEE IIIFALLS MASs U 8 Ao Bank Of Cloverport Incorporated I9O3 t Capital Stock 20000I f Surplus and Undivided Cashierff FRANK P PAYNE President MARION WEATIIERIIOLT gJC MATTINGLY VicePres AA SIMONS Assistant Insured and against BurglaryDeposits lossyfirelolerasl Paid on CashierII l Wo enter to the wants of till entrusting us with their f banking business We most respectfully ask you to open an account with us if you have not already done so and4tlet us prove to you what wo say r U uIJWY LAW MtI4 U W J i Land Sale i Breckenridge Circuit Courtii 1 1Ben C Dieckmansadmr and others 11 Plaintiffs Against Fred J Dieckman and others IIDefendants I 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 anti 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 MASTER LEE 1i tIII COMMISSIONERII I I BRECKRNRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT IAv4 HUP 1 A LIVE AND PAYING BUSINESS I want to sell my team and rent coal sheds office and scale to some reliable party Tho business pays Veil I am selling on account of bad health Will give twelve months time Ja D GREGORY CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Hardins SchoolHouse Nelson Miller will move in the nea- future to his farm at Hites Run Clyde Allen of Cannelton1 Ind visited Nath Shafer xnd family Friday Norbln Miller has purchased Louis Millers farm near here The purchase price was 000 Nobe Pate passed here with two fine sheep which he says be would offer at Burnt offering if Parker should be elected president schoolrwe have had for several years past with about forty scholars in attend ance The teacher is Heber RobertsiOld Coon Mrs S D Llloyd and little son Fay Douglas left Monday fqr their j home at Columbus O after a to her mother Mrs Frances visitII To Cure a ColdI in One Day er f Laxative Bromo nine t ySeven r jjI a r u Tutts Pills After eating persons of a bilious will derive great benefit by taking pn I 1 of these pills If you have been j DRINKING TOO MUCH1 f 1 they will promptly relieve the nausea iI SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows restore th e appetite and remove gloomy feel coatedTake The JBreckenriclge News-Y WEDNESDAY November 01004 a Proctor Keith was atJolly Thursday Milt Miller of Sample was het i Saturday Allen Black cnme up from Owens bora Saturday r 11 Chris Gleln came np from Tell1 City Sunday Geo WendelKen spent Saturday and Sondnj in Evansvilley Richard Owen of Lewisport was in the city Thursday SaturdayOI Philip Wittmei of Cannelton was here Frday the guest of relatives f Mrs F L LIghtfoot was in Hawes ville last week visiting relatives Mrs J W Pate has De n visiting Sri her sister Mrs JT Bryant at Jolly Owensborottf Stephen Mrs Owen Ksys and little son came down Irom Webster Friday to be with Mr Keys tMesdames Eugene Kingsbury and i f+ Mattie Collins were in Tell City last Wednesday j Chan Hall has returned from River i I View where he has been doing car 1 penter work c Smith English has returned to Pres toria Ga after a visit to his mother Mrs Annie English Mrs G W Short was the guest of Miss Jennie Green at Falls of Rough Thursday and Firday r Mesrss A A and Howard Bullitt ot Louisville were in the city last f week on a business trip Mrs Ike Meyer came down from r Louisville Thursday to visit her mother Mrs Jacob May Eugene Kingsbury and Alonzo Fal Ion were at home from River View peyeral days the past week it Mr and Mrs EM Bartles returned r Thursday from a visit to Mr and a Mrs Jno Sterett at Skiltman t Mrs J M Fltub and little son f James were the guests of relatives nt Webster several days last weeK i S W Casey returned Friday to V Vine Urove after a business trip of oltyfy Satur day to Big Spring after a visit to he cousin Mrp Jas T Skillman t f Consumption r Salttpork is a famous old J fashioned remedy for con I I sumptionU Eat plenty o pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and IOQ I years ago Salt pork is god if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is th food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs t Scotts Emulsion is the most tespeciallytI jf Feeding him fat in this vay which is often the onl way IS half the battle but 1 JfScpi s Emulsion does more ii than that There is something about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion iy that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special r action on the diseased lungs I A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture iIn the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle off Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y soc and i all druggists tocl Mr R P Keene deutiit Gasoline Bubbage Sou Dr R HMorrison dentist Oweusboro S W Squires was at H tt Saturday Try our premium ware Babbage tSon Win Gnau went to Louisville Fri day E J Barker went to St Louis SundayMr Mrs Chas Wagner went to Evinsville yesterday- A big cut on shoes Friday and Sntu day liabbage Son A beautiful line of veiling just receiv edMiss Judith Miller MM J D Brashear was down front Louisville SundHy Mrs A 0 Sheldon who has been convalescingeStilish readytowear and pattern hats always in stock Miss Judith Miller A line of beautiful and stylish caps for children just received Miss Judith Miller A young child of Mr and Mrs J T Daniel is seriously ill of whooping cough Selling out 4500 rolls of n all papjr at rest for the next 30 daysT F SawyerMiss Annie Dowell of Fayettsville W Va has been visiting her uncle Leo Dowell Bev DowJen of Brandenbnrg was the guest of his brother Darnel D3wden Sunday Mrs Cornelia Wroe has returned to Vanzant after a visit to her sister Mrs Thcs Wroe Dr R P Keene dentist of Owens boro will he in Dr Lightfoots office front Nov 21 to 27 Preston Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Short Sunday Ed English recently returned from the Philippines has a position with the Henderson Ronte Wall paper at cost 4500 rolls in quantity to suit purchaser lor the next thirty days at T F Sawyers There is a slight improvement in the condition of Isadore Popham who is ill of typhoid fev r Mr and Mrs C E Springer and little son Charles of Sample left Wednesday for the Sr Louis fair Mrs Foster Lightfool of Hawes villa was the guest of her son Dr F LI Lightfoot partof last week C A Crary came down from Hunt in tonW Va Friday to oe the guest of nis father inlaw A H Murray Mrs Hugh Atkinson returned Fri day to Chicago after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bow merMr ana Mrs Hurry Morrison and little son Wiokliife were the guests of relatives at Canneiton Saturday and Sunday Mrs JH Rowland and Mrs H V Duncan were the guests of Mr and OwensbororSunday Mrs Sapp and aanghter Virginia returned Friday to Hawesville lifter n visit of Several davs Itft her cousin T S Nichols Mrs DW Fairlelgh and daughters Misses Addle and Florence Fairleigh of Louisville were the gnests of Mr J D Babbuge Sunday Bernard Carter who formerly was thefL H to St L shops in now with the bridge creW I IMrs S U ChrlsHaa iii Visiting her daughters Mrs Geo F Davison at Ashland Ky and Mrs Geo Iidd Mon at Edinburgh Ind theeJ T Polk companys local canning factory thisyear returned last WedneS- day to Greenwood Ind Miss Mary Gilmour of Oweniboro and Miss Virginia Detwiler of Lan caster Penn were tho guests ot Misses Elizabeth and Margaret SKillman a part of last week Owen Keys has been disabled the past week oy n badly braised limb received by a blow from a hammer while at the L 1 H St L shops where he has a position Mr and Mrs n B Mattingly Dav andyoral of Mrs Lucretla Mattingly at Owensboro Friday morning ADDITIONAL SrEPIIE SORT A handsome line of ladies and childrens fors at popular prices 1 to- G a set at G W Paynes Ladles cloaks skirts underwear ties and shawls Beautiful new goods fromlbuying at G W Paynes Mrs G W Payne has just returned from tile market with a beautiful line of the latest things in tall milllney Yonll miss it if you fail to see her stockBASHAM GA BRIGHT Raymond Icy Nov 8 Special Mr Everett Basham and Miss Bessie Argabright were married Sunday after noon at 3 oclock at the home of the bride Rev E B English officiating Ir DR PIC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices IErnest Stallman of ChtnnuH returned Sunday from a two weeks visit lit the Worlds Fair Mrs Pearl Young of Chicago is visiting her sister Nrs Win Gimu at the Tar Springs FIRST OF SERIES Hnrdinsburg Ky Nov SSpecial- Gen D R Murray delivered an excell eat lecture on education at the oren house last Friday evening This is the first of a series of lectures which have been arranged by Miss Reid for the benefit of her school WITH THE SPEAKERS Irvington Ky Nov 8 Special Gen D R Murray of Hardinsburg spoke here Saturday afternoon to many Democratic voters R C Woods of Louisville was here Saturday morning en route to Glen deane and McDaniels to speak for Roosevelt and Fairbanks GOES TO LYNCHBURG Ilardinsburg Ky Nov 8Special Matt Shrewsberry left Today for Lynchburg Va where he will attend the meeting of tine National Organiza tion of Tobacco Growers Mr Shrews berry represents the local unions of the American Society of Equity of this county He will be gone about three weeks visiting relatives fir Baker Leaves S J Baker of Patesville who re prevents the A S of E local unions of Hnacosk county left yesterday for Lyn chburg Va to attend the national con vention of tobacco growers A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re stored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nncogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation etc Small pill easy to take easy to act Sold by all Druggists ANNOUNCEMENT Rev T C Kerr will preach atGuston morning and evening on November 13 communion at the morning service Rev Shultz will preach in the evening at 7 oclock on November 20 The Strength of Jefferson Jefferson was that one nearest to genius who has lived in the White House lIe was a philosopher a statesman a scholar a linguist an artist and a scientist He drew plans as an architect Invented the first fur row turning plow and lust though not best played on the fiddle He sent rice from ItalyI sneaking it out of Milan in his coat pockets contra for mam statutl and made the savannas of Carolina and Georgia a source of food supply He did many notable things Among others he lifted 1000 pounds with his bare hands and gained the title of the strong man of Albe made In a region where men were strongA II Lewis in Metropolitan Magazine the Cbllil That iVnimt Very Pretty Two Germuntown women were recently calling on a new neighbor and while awaiting her appearance a little girl came into the room evidently bent upon the rescue Qt a doll recently aban doned there Naturally she was viewed with some curiosity and one of the callers secure In the childs obviously tender age spelled a low voiced com mentNot very pretty To her horror the small maiden paused on the threshold and fixing a contemptuous eye upon the culprit re marked with lofty composure No not very pretty but rather smartl Philadelphia Ledger Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important 0 fall Cherry w PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs Asjc any good doctor I ant used Ayers Cherry Pectoral 53 peen ago I have teen terrible carer of lung IU ease cured by It I nm never wltliout It ALUKIIT U HAMILTON Marietta Ohio 2SeSOc J100 J C A YEn 00 All ilruraUt fortAlwlI Mere Consumption Health demands dally action of the bowels Aid nature with Ayers Pills V r r r T + i WantS c1 1 Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent Iu word per week FUR SALE- PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines ono lot of good Laundry machines UasollneEnginesJIAItTiNi Louisville Ky WAXTEDTO TRADE VyAXTKnTo truth a lot of horses und mules for cattle H MI Heard Hardlnsburg Ky FOIl SALEPLYMOUTH ROCKS poll SALECockrells of the celebrated Ilymouthl pairMrsWANTED yAXTEIlTo soil 10000 2 year old apple 2 CUIhOOOI of trees Highland Nursery Cloy rport Ky IIENDERSON 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 0f T 15 day ticket 9S5 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each lay except Friday and Saturday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 6 SO Homcseekers Excursions to nil points to which homeseekers rates apply 5 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return Sunday Nov 20 on morning trains good returning same day l II ST l TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 46 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A at West Ioil only arriv es at Louisville 715 AM No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport054AAl stops lit all wuy stations arrives Louisville 1233 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 050 p m Stops at West Point only Train No 49 Express hilly ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 045 p m Stops at all stations WEST ROUND ExpressteavesCloverrort vlllo 1260 PM arrives St Louis 010 PM stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dully arrives Clovorport 1033 am Evnnsviho I100 p m St Louis 010 p m stops at Hawcs vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport725 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves CIa verport 1100 IPM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 045 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville EAST BranchII Train No 2 Dally except Sunday Fordsvlllo 420 a m arrives Irvington 8lf am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Foidsvlllo340 p m arrives Irvington 600 pm Train No 6 Sunday only kliFqrUsvlllo00 a m Irvington 833 p m WESTBOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves IrvlngtonlliDTa m arrives Fordsvlllo 305 p mTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fordsville 11 0o p ni PISOS CURE FOR CURESWHEREAIIELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use in time Sold by druggi- stsLOUISVILLE I CM CONSUMPTION MARKET Reported by tho Central Live Stock Exchange Central Stock Yards Louisville Nov 7 CuttleReceipts 341 head There was a good attendance of buyers on the yards The market had more life than for some time and everything changed hands readily at steady to strong priced Choice lightweight butcher cattle and good heifers sold readily at 10 to 15o higher prices with not enough to supply the de mand Some few heavy shipping steers on sale market was steady on that class the common haif fat stuff iu more sought after than last week but is still selling very mean Good choice heavy dehorned feeders weigh ing around UOO to 1000 Ibs are sell ing at steady to strong prices thin rough light stockers and feeders are slow sellers Choicb bologna bulls are about steady canners a shade higher Choice heavy milch cowe and heavy springers are in demand at a shade higher price than east week while the thin small cows are selling at very mean prices The pens are well cleared of all desirable stuff and the prospects look fairly good for the bal ance of the week- CalvearReceipts light Market strontr on choice light veals best 550 to G fair to good 450 to 5 coarse heavy calves slow sale HogReceipts 1237 head Market openea up with a decline of 5o on light and an advance of 5o on heavy pigs best 200 lband up 510 160 to 200 lb 5 120 to 100 lb 1400 heavy pigs 14 70 slight pigs 425 to 450 roughs 4 to 450 Market closed strong Sheep and Lambs Receipts liberal Market steady on all classes Best fat sheep 375 to 325 fair to good 2 to IIii 50 common 1 to 2 bucks 150 to 2 50 choice shipping lambs 5 to 525 good butcher lambs 425 to 475 fair to good 4 to 42tallendfl 360 to 4 Born November bto Mr and Mrs 0 E Keil a daughter Mary Raitt MEET ME AT NOLTES I If Youre t SatisfiedNow that the election is over because your favorite candidates were elected l Youll be More Satisfied If you will come to our store and take advan tage of the excellent bargains we are offering in winter clothing The Quality and Price I Will please you and that is what you are see- kingJCNOLTEBRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY IVAA4 tt M M 1 more made CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR bread Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW Hs w tel S IIII Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co I 88 Incorporated IiJOIIN A BARRY Pres J W PATE VicePres f e MARION WEATIIERIIOLT SectyTreas a I Our Foundry Department is prepared to make any I II sere shape or kind of the smallest I ini j have the best skilled labor is prepared to make any o 4 part repair any or remedy any to ma ssehinery is liable also a competent maker i 2 aro prepared to do any of repair work Wo carry in stock a general of pipe pipe fittings JI Bourdon Stenm Guares and Pemberthy injectors in van I ous and the Celebrated Meyers Pumps I Z orders will receive our prompt and best ut iitention Correspondence invited i OOCCCXDCOOCOCXXXXXDOCCCCC OOO I a ss a r sesstit BRANDENBURG j Chas Casperke was In town Tues dayRhea Armstrong was in town Miss Alice Reid is assisting lone D W Lewis Iwas at home several days last week Miss Mary is visiting es in Irvington Mrs Lon Nevitt is suffering from prostration W T of Metropolis III came home to vote Sunday Miss Jen Hardin Is visiting Mrs E C MeGehee at Lung Branch Mrs W H Oongh has been confin ed to her bed for several days Mrs W Ii and daughter Manrine have retnrnd to St Louis Jess Singleton was in New Albany Fridayito hear Senator AJBevendge Mrs W 1 Garey of Shawneetown Ill will be the guest of Mrs E R Bondurant this week Mrs D C Posy and Miss Sue Carter leave Thursday for St Louis to attend the fair and visit relatives Judge R O Kinkead of Louisville addressed in the interest of Republicanism a crowd of eager attentive voters at the courthouse Saturday Senator Fairbanks spent several hours at Brandenburg station Saturday The Senator was en route Item ville Ind his train been de layed by a freight wreak on the HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 Thoold original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You now what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In tasteless form Nocure pay We r Have Better richer sweeter wholesome and healthful bread if it is with Your will be tender and toothsome with a sweet rich nutty natural wheat berry flavor antIas pure and white as Angel hoed IND s- I f3 casting from j j which break misfit which We have boiler and kind boiler line and sizes Mail very Friday Miss Dowden Lewis relativ still nervous Carver Howara t Evans having road YEARS a o lys s ss s staaR m IISWELCOMED The return of Thos Touey to Clov erport was welcomed last weeK by his many friends here A number of years ago Mr Touney was the popular bookkeeper for the firm ol F Fraize but of late years has been with B F Beard Co MrTousey now has a position with F Fraize as stated in the News last week BE A MAN You can make yourself taller straighter and broader if you will practice tha exercises in this book NVorOXS ATHLETIC UBRARV XARMY x EXERCISESBy M or 111E TENTH flEID BATTERY UN1TCD STATES ART1LLEW I PRICE 10 CENTS RICHARD FOXJUlisWNEW YORK DO YOU WANT TO CULTIVATE A MILITARY BEARING 1 THIS SHOWS YOU HOW PRICE 10 CENTS POSTAGE 2 CENTS EXTRA RICHARD K FOX FRANKLIN SQHYC SEND FOR LIST OF SPORTING BOOKS Al q m r IT The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 0 1001 fryi l NATION IS CALLED ON TO GIVE THANKS i President Roosevelt Issues Proc Inlamation Appointing A Day For Thanksgiving REVIEWS PAST YEAR OF PEACE The proclamation of Prcsidont Roosevelt setting aside Thursday November 24 as a day of Thanksgiving is us follows By the President of the United States of America A proclama tion It has pleased Almighty God to bring the American people in safety through another year and in accordance with the long unbroken custom handed down to us by our forefathers the time has come when a special day shall bo sot in which to thank Him who holds all nations in theI hollow of His hand for the mercies thus vouchsafed to us During the century and a quarter of our national life we as a I people have been blessed beyond nil other und for this we oweI humble and heartfelt thanks to the authors of all blessings The year that has closed has been one ofI peace within our own borders as well as between us and all other nations The harvests have beenI abundant and those who workI either with band or brain are prosperous greatly Reward has wated upon honest efforts YII have been enabled to do our duty to ourselves and to others Never has there been a time when religious and charitable effort has been more evident Much has beenI given to us and much will bo ex pected from useT speak of what has been done by this nation in no spirit of boastfulness or vain glorybut with full and rover 1ontrealization that our strength is nothing unless we are helped from above Hitherto we have been given the heartiest strength to do the tasks allotted to us as they severally arise 11e are for all that has been done PEthankful the past and we pray that in the future we may be strengthened in the unending struggle to do our duty fearlessly and honestly with charity and goodwill with respect for ourselves and with love to our fellow men In this great republic the effort to combine national strength with personal frscdom is being tried on a scale more gigantic than ewer before in the worlds history Our success will mean much not only for ourselves but for the future of all mankind and every man and every woman should feel the grave responsibility resting upon him or her for in the last analysis this success must dependupon the high average of our individual citizenship upon dutyIJ by himself and his neighborI Now therefore I Theodore Roosevelt president of the United States do hereby appoint and set apart Thursday the 24th of this a November to be observed as a day r of festival and thanksgiving by all ttthepeople of the United States I at home or abroad and do recom mend that on that day they cease t from their ordinary occupations r and gather in their several places i of worship or in their homes devoutly I to give thanks unto Ahnigh I ty God for the benefits He has con a ferred upon us as individuals and as a nation and to beseech Him that in the future His divine favor may be continued to us In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand und caused tho t seal rof tho United States to bo affixedDone at the City Washington this 1st day of November in the I year of our Lord 1904 imp of the independence of the UnitedStatesI a S e H SelectSensibleSilverware FOR YOUR Holiday or Anniversary Gifts A set of triple plated knives and forks makes a sensible present and if they bear this trademark W are as serviceable as they are sensible A complete line of spoons forks and fancy pieces are also made in the 184Z ROGERS BROS brand They are handsomely put up in cases for presentation purposes Your deJerctn supply you Send to the makers for catalogue CL explaining all about Silvtrflatt tM ovary It is beautifully illustrated and sent freetTERYAT1OYAL S1LVIR CO 8nMei r to- MKRIDUN HIllTANNIA CO Merlilcn Cnnn H the 129th By the president Theodore Roosevelt John hay Secretary of State No Poison In Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board ol New South Wales Australia had an analysis made of nil the cough medicines that were sold in that marKet Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons This exception was Chamberlains Cough 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 u feeling of security that any mother can give It to her little ones Cham berlains Cough Remedy is especially recommended by iits makers for coughs colds croup and whooping cough This remedy is for sale by Short 3 Haynes BURIAL AT ROME Charles Groves formerly of this county died last week at Rockport of typhoid fever He was 30 years oldI and unmarried His remains were taken to Rome for burial Tell City Journal Putting Him to the Tent A stockbroker was telling the other day how a girl recently married to a colleague of his on the Stock Exchange suspected Unit her husband had been Indulging n little too freely In the cup that cheers She determined to tlnd out beyond doubt whether her snspN dots were well founded To a friend she confided the source of her trouble and from this friend she learned that it had always IleenI said that a man even slightly intoxicated cannot pronounce words of may lllength whereupon the young wife de cided that that would bo u good plan totryWhen next the friend met the young wife she was In a state of great agl tatfon Asked if the suspicions had been verified the girl burst into tears and salt that they hall I handed him this list she said between sobs llshlng from her pocket a paper which she gave to her friend and which contained the following words Phthisis photochromy gnomlomet n sal hypochondrlasls parachronism phlegmasla dolens N I1lllteJoromll tic antlnonilanlsni pseiulaesthesht And she continued while her friend read the list he missed nearly half of thorn Iondon Titlilts TRADEDStones about deaths resulting from eating the cabbage snake or worm have Hied the sale of the vegetable nearly everywhere and the worst part of it is that the stories keep coming though some persons in different sections claim that many of them are faKes READ TillS Louisville Ky June 18 1001 Dr E W HallStLonls MoDear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder trouble and one half bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N Roberts 1810 Maple at A TEXAS WONDER One sfoall bottlo ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removesI gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak nnd lame hacks rheu matism and all irregularities of the Sidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubleI in children If not sold by your druggist it will be cant by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists r iLy lyYSCI wiry Snow Fall In Fluke Snow falls to the earth In hakes be cause It Is water solhlllled In starllk crystals each snowflake being usual made up of several crystals which nr excessively light on account of the largo quantity of air among the froze particles The snow crystals arise fron the slow passage of the water vupa of clouds when the temperature fall below freezing point Into the solid con dltlon the fairylike transformatloi taking pluto by the tiny Indepenclen particles of water grouping thcmsolve with the utmost mathematical regularity around different centers Each crystalI of snow as of anythliij else Is therefore a more or less per feet geometrical solid The most cons pkte snow crystals are formed In II clear atmosphere where there Is noth fug to retard the gradual process of crystallization or molecule construction Italn on till other hand being a liquid falls In drops A Heavy Load To lift that load oil of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are curable are in ptsntly relieved and permanently cur ed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storm a druggist at 207 Main streetNew Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal1 satisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive relief and subsequent cure for this distressing ail ment I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how wellltha remedy is apok en of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiment and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by All Drug glStr EFFECTS OF CLIMATE Health and KnorKj Flourlnh Ilcnt In the Temperate OIICM Grant Dexter in his book on Weath er Inlluenccs says that Inhabitants of hot climates are usuilly listless uu Inventive apathetic and Improvident An equable high temperature especially if moist weakens body and mind No long established lowland tropical people Is a conquering race In the broadest sense of the word For the Inhabitants of the higher altitudes even under the tropical sun this may be true for as we ascend the tempera tare lessons about 1 degree every U70 feet on an average timid oven at the equator we may have u temperate climate The most favorable tempera ture for health which carries with It an aggressive energy which leads and which hits led the world march of civ ilization is about 45 degrees on an average and this is found in the tem perate races From there have crone the brawn and brain of martial con quest nod Intellectual attainment The dominant peoples are shown between the latitudes of 25 degrees and 55 degrees During the London fogs and on days when the weather Is particularly de pressing in the Bunk of England cer tain sets of books an error In which would be cumulative and produce dis astrous results further on are locked up and the clerks set to tasks less in trlciite and important In character Experience has taught those in charge that the percentage of error increases many fold during such climatic condi tions nnd that It is money In pocket to yield to them The same necessity for cessation of certain lines of work recogInlzedtions In New York and the other east ern cities It has been the universal experience of the superintendents of prisons and asylums for the Insano that the per sons In their charge varied so markedly with the meteorological conditions that no man could doubt that the rein tion between the weather nnd emotional states was any other than that of cause and effect When asked how ever what definite conditions of the weather tended to be time most pro ductive of emotional abnormalities no satisfactory answer could bo made 4 IN OLD KENTUCKY One of tha most interesting and intertainlng columns in the Louisville Evening Post it that entitled In Old Kentucky W O Hnllowoll who conducts the column shows the coo toil aids to selections from the State newspapers by placing an appro print or suggestive head ovor each or by adding a few pithy remarks The three following selections are vary good examples Jetting Into Keubellks Class The uiudioal entertainment at Frank Wilsons last Saturday night was well attended John Bnrnettu received sev oral dimes for his music Uretkcn ridge Democrat Pas a Gay Old Qnllavnnter Bgosh Pa Newton went to Owensboro this week Pa Newton went to Fordsvill this w ek Pu Newton went tq Clov erport this week Pa Newton just goes every place He went to Hawesville too Lyon I a Correspondent Hawesville Plaindealer Ever Eat Cotton Pie Mr and Mrs Hell Fryinire gave to the young boles a pie party The pies were all nice and all the ladies received nice compliments on their pitS except the ladies who made the cotton pie When the boys made ia live into the pies there was genera l confusion all around and some even ate the cotton to neap from having it found out on them The pie landed ip in toe yard Patesville Corr capon dent Breckenridge News Easy Teat H For Diamonds There are various effective methods of testing the genuineness of diamonds Cover the stone with a little borax paste heating It In the llnme of a lamp burning spirits of wIno and then throw It In a glass of cold water If time stone Is un imitation It will break Into a thousand pieces while the true diamond will remain Intact On a diamond which tins been well cleaned ami wirefully dried let fall one drop of water Touch this drop of wn tel with the point of a noodle If the stone Is false the water will spread or disperse while with the real stone the drop of water will retain Its spher ical form Throw the stone you wish to detect Into a glass of water A diamond Is perfectly distinct whereas the imitation mingles with the hue of the water In such a way as to be almost Invisi ble Fluorhydric acid tins no action on n real diamond but dissolves Imita tlousJewelers CircularWeeklyI A Forest Storehouse John Mul the naturalist while In a forest of huge redwoods In California nine across a Ulan who was herding n band of horses When Mr Mulr asked If he might have some flour the non snlll Yes of course you may have anything Ive got Just take my track iiiul It will load you to my null In i big hollow log on the side of a meadow twoL or three miles front here Ill be jack before night In the meantime iinUe yourself at home By the mid lie of the aftornon Mr Mulr had dls ttvered his noble den In a fallen Be ijuola hollowed by lire a spacious log house of one log carbon lined con tunes old yet sweet cad fresh weath er proof earthquake proof likely to outlast the most durable stone castle 1 iJIf IIltiJ1I A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fiftytwo years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake ellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do- 110t hesitate to recommend a preparation which they know contains the best known remedies for correcting all irregularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful etters that others might profit by their experience BtooMwo GROVE TEX Nov 18 1902 Ilw aufferlng terribly with Indigestion aDd kidney trouble and tent to my druggist for jnictbtaff to relieve me At he sent me a package of Dr Thachera Llyer and Blood Syrup I concluded to try It t nd now I am deeply grateful to my druggist is well at to you- I had been a sufferer from these things andl a general rundown condition for tn years l aDd had only received temporary rellef from ther medicines But after usinjt not quite twot ackaget of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel aI stout and hearty at I ever did in my life andl I am satisfied that r am entirety cured I feel no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is at good at any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief and I cAn not put a correct estimate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount o toney for It Very gratefully DROW- NIf you need n medicine write today for a iree sample bottle and Dr Xhachtrt Iralth Book Otte lumptontt for advice Ire imply ask you to try l at our eav tenae VreKnoto what it will do Fur tale by alt Jtrvggtitt ttoo rise61 entt and 100- TIIACHER MEDiauiE CO- Chattanooga Tenn 1V- A J i A gctable Preparaiionfbr As similating IltcFood ndRe urI Ung the Stomachs undBowels oiIi IN AN IS H1LDREN Promotes DigcslionChccrfut OniumMorplune nessandltestContains nor neitherI NOT NARC OTICld- rrpraftxdlJrrSdhUIZPI1tJfdR ll7la ALtJPuvar t nerd iPeatewsdirdsieJ Dtrodarkfape IIfnrtfuJ srC Apeecl Remedy forConsUpa non Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oF NEW YORK At b monitor old EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER i j r t t NIWYOIIKOITY A Geo Delker Cos reputation in vehicle business well known stands the best the most reliable the most designedand the lightest running vehicles It stands for the lowest prices which really good vehicles sold stands for newest and latest styles stands itself The Geo Delker vehicles have made their own reputation Their buggies made name not the name the buggies Write for new catalogue call factory Elm blreet Henderson THE GEO CORPORATION by dealers If your does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory DEFENSE AGAINSTI Leslies Magazine disagreeable other people may bo however unjust they may bo however true may bo that the wrong is all their sidd and not at all on ours we may suffer at their hands wo can only remedy the difficulty by looking first solely to ourselves and our conduct and not only until we arc entire ly free from resentment or resis tance of any kind and not until we are quiet in our own minds with regard to those who may be annoying us should we make any effort to set them right The sound and absolutely practicalIt never fails tnny apparent failure will be due to our own in apply ing it and the reader will think of this truth caroully until he feels able to accept he will seer what true freedom there in it although it may bo long time before fully able to carry itout COURT OFAPPEALS In the case of the Louisville Hender St Louis Railway Hall Breckeuridge county the appellee filed brief last Thursday N CASTORiftKFor Infants and Children You Have 4 TheAlways Boughtf f I Bears therSignature ofii 00 ryy- In Use r For Over Thirty Yearsrr CASTORIA I TMOINTAUOANY 1 ti l Jjj KNOWN REPUTATIONcc The the is It for gracefully I at can be It the It forrthe or at on g DELKER CO tA Sold everywhere dealer However it on whatever own oppressing or philosophy is delinquency if it is a he is son Co vs on r- THE STATE LOSES Frankfort Ky Nov 2The court of today decided 1DepositThe suit was to recover the- money23000paid out by former t Auditor Sweeney to tne soldiersJJwho were at Frankfort during the ilTaylorGoebel contest The was brought to recover the sUitII mount on Sweeneys bond Mothers Praise ItiMothers everywhere 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 Spafford Postmaster of Chester I Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from arangulatlon during k 1Onelieved and cured her and I reAJi praise it too hlghy One Minute Cough Cnre relieves coughs makes breathing easy cuts out phlegmdrawst ont Inflammation and removes every cause of a cough and strain on lonngs Sold by All Druggists IN HONOR OF GUESTS Miss Marian Bowmer entertained t Thursday afternoon at Punch Jn honor of Miss Evelyn Young of Mor ganfield i the guest of Mrs C B Skillmnn and Miss Lillie Clarksou of Big Spring the guest of Mrs J T Skilltnan 6 TiJ Breckenridge News i VEDNESDAY November 0 1004 r 1 CORN AND POTATO BULLETINS ISSUED I Iir I IBi kPric Of Former Placed At Fifty 11 i vs And Latter At FiftyFive I Cents By A S of E i SUCCESS OF ORGANIZATION r The corn and potato crop bul Ictins for 1901 have been issued i by the American Society of Equity through its official organ UpTo pj Date Farming Thousands of far Ii t mers throughout tho country are ifnow members of this orgrniza 1 tion tho object of which is to se cure bettor pricees for farm pro ducts throughcontrolled market ing The prices for the 1901 crops 4 of wheat cotton oats etc that j have been recommended by the A Sof E have been accepted by itheso farmers and they held for them the reult being that prices on all the crops have advanced greatly in the past few months Hundreds of fanners are joining the Society daily and it is belie T cd that when it has a million or more members tho movement of the farmers controlling the price of farm products instead of the speculator as heretofore will be generalJr croprNational Union of tho American Society of Equity at Indianapolis Ind is as follows TO THE CORN GROWERS OF AMERICA From report re ceived from the members of tha American Society of Equity and nonmember farmers and from information gathered from other sources this society does estimate and proclaim that the totalcorn yield of the United States for the year 1901 is two billion bushels Also this society recommends 1 minimum prices on tho basis of the Chicago market for cash corn as follows Until January 1 1905 50 cents a bushel from Jan uary 1 to April 1 1905 55 cent a bushel from April 1 to next crop 60 cents a bushel- J J A Everitt Pres k M W Tubbs Act Sec f Tho bulletin for the potato crop V of 1901 is as follows l I TO THE POTATO GROWERS sociotyfrommembers and information from every available source estimates the potato crop of the United d States for the year 1901 at two hundredand eighty million bush i els j Also this society recommends minimum prices on tho basis of j tho Chicago market as follows I Until January 1 1905 55 cents a 1 bushel after January 11905 65 cents a bushelJ Evoritt Pros M W Tubbs Act Sec I Women as Well as Men i Are Made Miserable by I IKidney Trouble I S Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In one and cheerfulneSssoon disappear the kid neys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has for a to be afflicted with kid If the urin ates too If the scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a as supposeWomen men are made miserable kidney and bladder trouble it remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold druggists fifty 1bY and You may have aII bottle by mall1 when prevalentthat child born weak neys child often urine with habit with tree also pamphlet tell nome of 81awp toot I ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer I tk Co Binghamton N Y be sure and l t this paper ionIII make any mistake but remember tho name Swamp Hoot Dr Kllmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle SCIIOOL REPORT Report of Holt school for fitsthal term ending Oct 21 1004 Many of the pupils who had been regular In attendance and were doing good work missed the examination on account of the prevalence of dip therin in the neighborhood Sixth grade Ida Dutschke 02 laurie Dunn 80 Fifth grade Lucy Hall U3 Lee Board 00- Fourth grade Vera Tinius 01 Mattie Black 00 Susie BlacK 83 Frank Hell 88 Lafie Hall 87 Minor Pierce 83- Third grade John Hall 88 James Tinius 80- Second gradeJesse Hall 03 Percy Black 01 William Mann 00 First gradeRobert Tinius 05 Andrew Mann 112 Primary grade Allen Dick 00 Hobart Dick 89- Disasterous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrek and the same fausee 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 Coldaevan the worst cases nan be nured and hopeless resignation ia 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 S Haynes Druggists Price COo and 100 Trial bottles free- PROP1R WAY TO WALK A IhMlcnl IiiNtruotor Given Advice on the Subject The way to walk straight Is not to think of the shoulders at nil says a physical instructor lInng your arms loosely nt your sides nntl hold yourself erect by moderate tension of the buck and abdominal muscles and the muscles of the neck Then your shoul ders will have to hang right Dont throw out your chest The chest that Is Inflated properly by deep breathing is bound to be thrown out and thrown out not like that of a stuffed figure but naturally because it cant help it Dont wnlk with n stilt neck Hold your head erect the way an animal does Watch n deer Its neck is always In motion yet it is always held beautifully Your head poised on a stlllly held neck is no good for either balancing or looking around you Poised confidently on strong but pliant neck muscles it becomes what n head should be Many classes of men who do much walking such as Indians guides and trappers walk with their bodies In dined forward n little bit But they dont round their shoulders or stoop their bends They Incline forward from the hips This throws their weight a little ahead and gives the leg muscles the chance to exert all their power in the best directions But the upper body is never bent by these men It simply is held forward from the hips at a very slight barely percepti ble angle Even if correct poise in walking had nothing to do with other forms of athletics it would be Invaluable iti It self The man who walks right Is going to keep his organsheart kidneys liver and lungs In splendid form But besides nil this it helps wonderfully In all outdoor sports- PAPUAN CANNIBALS They Munt Murder and Tnntc Human Illond to Attain Manhood The cannibal instinct of the Papuan of New Guinea Is not hard to explain In all the HIUOOO square miles of Xew Guinea there Is not a tribe which does not regard murder as a knightly ac complishment Until a man hits taken a human life and has sipped human blood he Is an object of ridicule lIe Is not permitted to tattoo himself and with a skin thus unadorned he Is shun tied by Papuan society Immediately after killing some one however the murderer must undergo six days of purification which are marked by various uncanny rites He first washes himself and his weapon and scats himself upon a stage In the sight of the whole town but neverthe less unnoticed by all During this time he must eat nothing except roasted ba nanas the pulp of which he bites out and the rest he throws away On the third day he tins so far purified him self that his friends entertain him at a feast and on the fourths day he decks himself with nil the ornaments of his home and parades tip and down the village After being thoroughly admired he walks down to a river and stand ing with feet wide apart he lets all the boys who ant to become great men swim through his legs On the next day at dawn he jumps from bed and yells out of the window at the top of his lungs Ills shout Is supposed to scare awn the ghost of his victim On tho following day he returns to his wife who has spurned him up to this time and In once more Installed as the respected lord of his household New York Tribune E ESCAPE I New York Nov UA Washington special says Although every effort has been made to keep the mutter se oretlt Ifl said 011 high authority tnat President Roosevelt had an escape from death eo narrow that it WHS almost miraculous by being thrown from his horse while riding through the conntrynear Washington a weeK ago last Sundoy afternoon S- Y POINTED PARAGRAPHS Do the bet you can and you will be surprised how well you dolt IIs one sign that you are all right when you believe that others are The smartest man we ever know and the ono who could use the longest words could not hold a Job So ninny of us net the fool while thinking we are acting smart Look yourself over Do you do It Dont be too confidential dont tell every one the story of your life It will be soon enough to tell that when you string before St Peter They talk about getting into the rut Remaining In the rut Isnt so bad Most successful men arc found in the rut most failures are found outside of It Atchlson Globe The Word Marmalade The word marmalade Is apparently derived from the Portuguese nmrmelo a quince which again Is froth mid Latin malomcllum Greek melluelon honeynpple or sweet apple The word Is at lleast as old as the reign of Henry VIII The following sentence occurs In a letter from that monarch Ile most heartily tlmnketh her good ladyship for her marmarlo which by a comparison of other letters was ap parently made of quinces Anne Basset Lady Llsles daughter gives the name cod Iniac to her mothers dainty Her letters giving the account of the presentation of the said marmalade to the king and relating how he desired a repetition of till sane as soot as might he have been printed more than once Pearsons Anlmain Which Iliirely Drink Naturalists have discovered many animals which seem to need no water or which drink only at rare Intervals Thero Is a certain breed of gazelles which never drink nUll the llamas of Patagonia live for years without tak ling water There Is a particular class of cattle near Loserc In France that rarely touches water but In spite of this tact these cattle give milk of a rich quality from which excellent cheese Is made Many naturalists havo the theory that hares do not drink or that water Is not a necessity for them and that the dew on the grass Is suf ficient for their needs Sir Andrew Clark Al hnrUmn The late Sir Andrew Clark who was Mr Gladstones physician made use of the three following aphorisms during a conversation with Miss Frances Wll lard Labor Is the life of life Ease is the way to disease The highest life of an organ lies In the fullest dis charge of Its functions There is n feast of food for reflection In these three sentences x IIU Idea Wall StreetSo your son Is studying law Do you expect that he will stick to It SpeculatorOh no I just want him to know enough about it so that he will be able to evade It successfully Detroit Free Press quite Ingnging She Is a very sweet girl Why the heartless flirt had prom ised to marry four different men Well thats what I mean her manners are most engaging Knew the Worst Keeper of the Gatos Arent you afraid of what the recording angels book may show Spirit No on earth I had a candid friend Smart Set ARMY EXPENSES Washington Nov 2The estlufUtea ot the War Department for the fiscal year ending Jnne SO 1000 aggregate 103080780 This is 122243012 less than the War Department estimate submitted a year ago and 3832388 less than the total appropriation made for the use of the War Department for the current fiscal year ending Tune 80 1005 The American Girl WHAT MAKES HER POPULAR The American girl is admired and liked at home and abroad because she is the happiest usually the healthiest and friendliest of girls She is fond of life and is alive to everything beautiful and good in existence Mrs Langtry has said that the American woman has little to learn from her English sisters Dr Pierce the specialist in womens die eases of Buffalo N Y advises simple ex ercises for women preferably in the out door air But many women are confined to the house and their household duties or ventIlated abackachetwitching and uncontrollable nervousness something must be wrong with the head or back she naturally says but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the womanly organs In 98 per cent of cases the seat of the difficulty is here and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and system aticallyBacked up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now reel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 for any case of Lencorrhea Female Weakness Pro lapsus orl Palling of Womb which they cannot cti e All they ask is a fair ana- reasonable trial of their moans of cure 1 f 1VtiroIAs The Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all tho medicinal elements actually taken from genuine fresh cult livers with organic iron nod other bodybuilding ingredients but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength and flesh creator known to medicine For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumption nothing equals Viaol Try ItIt you dont like It wo will return money k SHORT HAYNES Druggists Personally Conducted Sleepers Lqulsvllle ARIZONA and Leading Varieties of StrawberryPlants J6e Harrison Sons Berlin titNll itl lNUipftis t1tH fHttNtltttNNattHlle = Very Cheap via =I ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD ==Louisville to I 1520 1 Sew Orleans Jackson Miss 13110 I Tickets sold ovemberl5RoundI i I A rood 21 with stop overs Only Line running through Ex cursion to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS over Store to all of to All New FOIL Nti days I Low trip Rates In effect to the on First Third in each BEST LINE TO MOT SPRINGS ARK I iiofIllddress HARLOW D NM P A Louisville Ky ori J L MOORMAN DENTISTOff- ice Oelzes Hardware Prompt attention kinds Dents WorL Special attention FINE GOLD FjLLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guarantied Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC T New Body Builder ALSO Peach Apple and Pear Trees SEND FREE CATALOGUE fid t1t11MSNtM Rates Special Round Southwest and Tuesdays month W i A free bottle of Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- ttARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all ot the Courts ot Breccenrldgo and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to pratlce In United States District Courts O flee over BankIf llurdlnsburg Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh el the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodel cures indigestion This new discovery repr cents the natural Juices of digestion as the exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsa but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach I WeliI rareKodolfor babyKodol Digests What You Rat Bottle only S 100 Size holding 2H tlmutlae trW size which Belie for 60 care Prepared by I O DWITT 1100 OHIOAM Sold by all Druggists Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky fOYou Want watch made new iiYour clock made to keep I time your ring ro paiied or sets put in your ring with broken parts re I paired and made to fit 1 If You WantIj any kind of jewelry whatever repaired and trade now l come to Us find wo will do + it for you You Will Want to buy sonic of our fine jewelry when you see the ex 40 cellent line we are carrying TI CtEWiS SON Hardinsburg Ky +++++++++++++F++++++++++ LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Fast Mail nnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascont Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday lO mThrough freight rates and passengei tipketsto Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GOH WILSON Supt PARKERS HAIR BALSAM rlromotefgrowthNever ColorCureJOcandlUDt nruitfriitj or or i JOHN S CULLEY 1 BRICK CONTRACTOR ft- ff Louisville Ky X Troubled with rheumatism Then why not do as others havo done tako Dr Tbacherd Liver uud lllood Syrup and bo cured If r 10000 FOR A THOUGHT HATS what you get in THE BRECKENRID6E NEWS great elec tion contest which has 25000 in 500 cash prizes to be given to persons guessing at the total Popular Vote to be cast for President in November is the first prize IUUUUII t ICe GOLLY MAN Why Dont You Think I t 4 f- i1 1- II f The Breckenridge News f WEDNESDAY November 0 100 i PATESVILLE Albert Young of Inka Ill is visit ringnis brother Fred of this place Mr and Mrs R J Tindle of Dukes attended charoh here Sunday t Fred Young wife and brother Al bert spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J M Fawver Miss Addle Corley and nephew Sambo Bruner attended church at Betblebaa Sunday- T W Lynch and family have moved into the M V Marlowe property in the west end ot town Mrs Eugene Marlowe of near Rich mond Ky IS visiting her father Davis Young and other relatives Mr and Mrs George Curray and little daughter ot Goeringspent Sunday with Mran1 Mrs W M Towers Messrs J W Lynch K F Gabbert and Dr J T Milner went to Beaver Dam Thursday to attend the burial of J N Paxton Our school organized a literary society last Friday night which will meet on every Friday night of each week The subject for the first debate is The Indian and Negro toas to which has been the most cruelly mistreated Recovered Sqeech and nearing Messrs Ely BroyI commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing was dull My hearing has been fully re stored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our town LI G Brown Banger O Tne Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at GO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 5J Warren St New Vor t STEPHENSPORT See the nice line of goods at G W PaynesJune Bandy of Lodiburg was nere last week Claude Mercer of Hardinsbnrg was in town last Sunday Fresh oranges lemons currents s and raisins at R A Shellmans Mr aLd Mrs Jno Frymire of Chenanlt were in town last week Mrs G W Haswell of Hardina burg is expected to visit here soon J M Crawford went to Vicksburg Miss last wetk to accept a position wnAT An- UTIURA Do for Baby 11 EVERYTHING that is cleans beautifyingforHands of Infants and Children byCUTICURA greatSkin I person need go forth into the world tortured and disfigured by I inherited humors of the Skin J Scalp and Blood if CUTICURA REMEDIES have been used in childhood Fold throughout the world Cutlcura rasp 2ic Oint ment SOc JlMolYf nt tne In form of Chocolatetoated 1 PIIl2c per Till of CO Depot London 21 Charter bouie Sq 1 Part i our de la rabl i Doitnn 137 Columbui Ave Potter Drug t Chem Corp Sole Prop or end for low to Irerrve Purify and neautII thi Skin Scrip Uiir ted Uandi of Infant and Children with a railroad 1 Mrs L B Helm who has been vis iting her daughter in Lexington has I returned home Miss Idell Smith is with her broth er R A Smith and will make her home with him Mr and Mrs A C McKanghn and baby Elsa of Troy Inf are visit- Ing relatives here Mrs G W Payne was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday replenishing her millinery and drygoods- A protracted meeting will begin in the Batplst church here the third Sunday in this month Tom Bandy of Co G 10th Infantry Fort McPherson Ga WRIt here last week to attend hid fttthersfnneral Miss Addle Dowell who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Fayettesville W Va Mrs W B Lennin and children of Hardinsbnrg were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith last week Rev JT Lewis filled his appoint ment last Sunday in the Baptist church Two additions to the church by letter WEBSTER Miss Ada B Henderson is visiting in OwensboroR of Louisville visited James Witt Sunday Mrs S P Parks went to Branden burg last Monday shopping Drs G H and H B Kurtz visited relatives at Cecilia last week H L Knrtz and Malcomb Robert son went to Louisville Sunday James Ricketts of West Point vis- Ited J C Crutcher last Saturday Mra John K McGavock has return ed from a visit to relatives at Kirk C H Clayccmb has sold his timber to Huff Bullock who will begin working it soon H O Keys is disabled from an in jury ofhis leg sustained while at work in the machine shops a Cloverport Will Ahcraft Meide countys pop ular county court clerk visited here last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary 0 Lewis of Brauden burg isbere for a visit to ner sisters Mesdames S P Parks and J M Herndon Quite a number from here contemplate attending the Union Star Magis terial district S S convention at Raymond next SaturdAv RESULTS IN SKY Tne Herald will make all the coun try for fifteen tulles around Louisville a part of Louisville itselfon Tuesday night when by means of 14000 candle power searchlight the most pow erful ever used here signals will be dashed on the sky and 300000 people will know whether or not Roosevelt wins from Parker and Sherley goes down to defeat before Owe nsSrrt urdays Louisville Herald Subscribe forthtrs I Ne +N SO P N s ANV + A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR 90 DAYS NLY r s oo sa 4s f The Pen is Mightier than the Sword But there is a choice of pens and in this progressive age one does not want to be tied down to AN OUTWORN STYLE OF PEN The Egyptians used a 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 Sclden Pen Mfg Co of New York City N Y where by wo can supply a High Grade Guaranteed 1 14kt GOLD FOUNTAIN PENa- nd one years subscription to the BKECKEXKIOOE NEWS for 1 14kt Gold Fountain Pen 200 150II 1 Years Subscripton 13UU1 Both for 150 WITHIN THE NEXT NINETY DAYS- The t pen is of the best construction cannot get out of order or fail fto write and is equal to any 200 PEN ON THE MARKET TODAY The cut shows the exact size livery pen is guaranteed REMEMBER THAT THE OFFER IS FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY 1 This is the most liberal offer we have ever had an opportunity to ID make to our subscribers BRECKENRIDGE NEWSll Z CLOVERPORT KY lOOOM b I I 0IiIc SISTERS OF CHARITYRELY ON PERUNA TO FIGHT CATARRH COUGHS COLDS GRIP SISTERS OF CHARITY All Over United States Use Peruna for Catarrh From a Catholic Institution in Ohio comes the following recommend from the Sister Superior Some years ago a friend of our in stitution recommended to us Dn Hart mans Peruna as an excellent remedy tor the Influenza of which we then had several cases which threatened to be of a serious character We began to use Hand experienced such wonderful results that since then Peruna has become our favorite medi coughandSISTER SUPERIOR I Dr Hartman receives many letters from Catuoilo Sisters all over the United States A recommend recently received from a Catholic Institution in Detroit Mich rends as follows Detroit Mich Oct 8 1901 Dr S D Hartman Columbus Ohio Dear SirThe young girl who used the Peruna was suffering from lar yngitis and loss of voice The result of the treatment was most satisfac tory She found great relief and after further use of the medicine we hope to be able to say she Is entirely cured SISTERS OP CHARITY This yoimp girl was under tho caro of tho Sisters of charity and used Peruna for catarrh of tho throat with good results as tho above letter testifies Another recommend from Catholic in stitution in ono of the Central States written by tho Sister Superior reads as follows A number of years ago our attention was called to Dr Hartmans Peruna and since then wo have used it with wonder ful results for grip coughs colds and ca tarrhal diseases of tho head and stomach For grip and winter catarrh especial InII1l1ateBinstitutionSisf SUPERIOR A prominent Mother Superior says I can testify from experience to the efficiency of Peruna as ono of tho very best medicines and it gives mo pleasure to add my praise to that of thousands who have used it For years I suffered with catarrh of tho stomach all remedies provlngvalue less for relief Last spring I went to Colo rado hoping to bo benefited by a change of climate and while there a friend advised mo to try Peruna After usfnp two IRVINGTON Dick Henderson is at home from the east The Crimp Cluo will reorganize at an early date Sam Henninger of Rosetta spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Chamberlain went to Cloverport Sunday Mr and MM F H McGehee were in Louisville last wtek shopping Miss Doily Claycoin D of Cloverport spent Sunday here with hvr family Preaching at the Baptist church next Sun lay by a visiting minister H H Kemper with a number of friends enjoyed a hay ride Saturday nightThere will be an oyster supper at Adkissons hall on Friday evening November 11 Mr and Mrs Joe Green Anderson of SaudyHill neighborhood were here to church Sunday- A musical club is talked of It is hoped an arrangement of this kind will materialize at an early date Miss Alice Baker of Hardmsburg has accepted a position as governors witn Mra mUle Kendall Rev J T Lewis leaves Tuesday for Garfield where he hap an appoint ment for a several weeks meeting Mrs Jno fL Berry nee Charlotte Herudun and two children of Nash ville Tenn are expected home about Nov 15- Misses Lillie Scott Maude Smith and Rev Rutledge were among the pleasant visitors at Mr Bate Horn dons Friday Roy Edward Graves delivered a fine missionary sermon to a large con gregation Sunday morning at his reg ular appointment Tae many triends ot Mrs Hannah Alexander are grieved to learn of her illness caused by paralysis Shein a very critical condition- D 0 Heron W J Piggott Hon Chas Qlanford and R M Joly atten ded a meeting of prominent Republi cans in Louisville last week Mrs Graves and Mrs Jno Gallo way and Mr Geo Dow 11 did the J bottles I found myself very much Im proved Tim remains of my old disease being now so slight I consider myself cured yet for a while I intend to con tinue the use of Peruna I am now treating another patient with your medicine She has been sick with malaria and troubled with leucor rhoea I have no doubt that a euro will be speedily effected MOTHER SUPERIOR These aro samples of letters received by Dr Hartman from the various orders of Catholic Sisters throughout tho United States The names and addresses to theso letters have been withhold fromin respect to tho Sla tore tut will be furnished Upon request In every country of the olvlllzed world the Sisters of Charity aro known Not only do they minister to tho spiritual and intellectual needs of those with whom thnycomo in contact but they minister to their bodily noedn They nr nsfklllod honsetohouselvlMitation I Miss Anna LeA Bandy entertained a number of friends Saturday evening to a feast of good things among them being oldtime ginger bread and sweet cider Cards are received announcing the marriage of Miss Payton Stith of Louisville to Mr Geo Earnest Rob ertson Miss Stitb was a visitor of her sister Mrs W E Brown during the summer and was greatly admir ed by all who met her Clint Adklsson has accepted a posi tion with an insurance company malting this place his headquarters His many friends rerget to see him leave the store of Jolly Gardiner as he made one of the moat obliging clerks and a natural born storekeeper always holding his customers An English Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no flowers no leaves Novetrber1 Many Americans would add no freedom from catarrh which is so aggravated during this month that it becomes constantly troublesome There is abundxnt proof that catarrh is a con stitutional disease Its related to scrofula and consumption being one of the casting diseases Hoods Sar saparilla has shewn that what is capable of eradicating scrofula nom pletely cures catarrh and taken in time prevents coimiuipton We can not see how any sufferer can put on taking this medicine in view of the widely published record of its radical and permanent cure It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Medicine for Americas Greatest Disease Ca- tarrhr J r1 fisRAYMONDi r Mrsf FV Hull is slowly improv f Rying Miss Daisy Hall is visiting at Mrs Zarada Hwndrys- Uoscoe Hendry is at home from Ginfiinnatl for a visit John Claycomb is moving to this place after being absent some time Miss Mary Cnshmin who is teach ing a successful school at Lookout as trained nurses in t their trcatmcntof die cases and aro looked upon as messengers t of good cheer by i countless patlenteuf fcrcrs 11affiictthat would act Immediately upon the congested mucous membrane restoring It to Its normal state would consequentJJ ly cure all theso diseases Catarrh la I catarrh wherever located whether It bett in the head throat lungs stomach kid neys or pelvic organs A remedy that will euro It in one location will euro U 1 i in all locations The Sisters Find Peruna a NevcrFiHV Ing Safeguard Ponma is such a remedy The Sisters r of Charity know this When catarrhal diseases make their appearance they aroInot disconcerted but know exactly remedy to use Those wise and prudent Sisters havo found Peruna a neverfall ing safeguard They reallzo that when a dlseafo is of a catarrhal nature Poruna I is the remedy Dyspepsia and femalo weakness aro considered by many to be C entirely different diseases That dyspep sia is catarrh of tho stomach and female weakness is duo to catarrh of tho pelvla organs the Sisters aro fully aware con sequently Poruna is their remedy in both these very common and annoying dis i oases If you do not derive prompt and saUstPerunawritefull statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium ColumbusAOhio visited her parents Sunday Misses Norris Knrtz Nannie Lyddan and Messrs John and Tom Lyddar of Webster attended church here bun dayAhmed Cash man writes froiu Brazil Ind that he is the proud father Qf a tenpound boy bon Oofc 1 Leonard Alexander If baby a health is dear t you Then let me tell you what to do Ere pain has racked its tender frame lust let TEETHINA ease the same TEETHINA Allays Irritation Aids Digestion Overcomes and Coun teracts tne Effects of Summers Heat Regulates the Bowels and makes teeth ing easy and costs only 35 cents MEET AT RAYMOND Raymond Ky NovtiSpeoial The Union Star district Sundayschool convention will be held here Saturday November 12 beginning at 10 ooloektiin the morning Dinner will be furnished on the ground All schools are requested to send deleg- atesDr1JC1Bush 1 r H I DENTIST j WILL BE N1fJfr V M W + I Hardinsburg m w ty f The third Monday n every w rrmonth for four dasI m m j i WILf BE AT IIIm t- tt j Irvington ft X Friday and Saturday of sameYI V ek I 1 1 I IwiH7A n if4 11Will be prepared to do all uptodnJI 1 lj + 1 t fk W rd b y IiiCiMillionbottles e Enclosed Ivkh every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of GroveU Black Boob Liver Pills J e a isr e 0