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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r fii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSl n iiALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT t l I VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1904 8 Pages NQJ8r 1 BABY MURDERED And Buried In Garden Near AddiiN son Found ByChildren Ra king Straw Iir Pile There has been no little excitement at Addison the past week over the drsi I l covery of the body of an infant bar t ifed in the garden at the h3me of Cy Merritt who is a tenant on the John Burke farm near Addison The skull i i of the Intant was Crushed a pparentlj r bluntrA physician of this city who exami teed the remains of the infant btatesI that it was undoubtedly born alive I and that it had been buried about figiI j or six days foundIIr by sumo children When discovered a strip of cloth was wrapped aroun lIt- r The infant was found in a small excavation about a foot in depth i ro ronod near a pile of straw Tne childI I j ren who found it were raking up Uror J tattered straw in the garden for the purpose of burning it Some straw rbad been thrown into the excavation 1 j Jwiththe loose earth and the loosening fj rofthe straw by the children led to the JJe u discovery It is evident that the Iin r 1Ksnt was buried at night and in the f dark the straw was mixed with the loose earth through mistake Up until yesterday no arrests bad J t underta I ff a quiet manner to find the guilty I parties I I PRIMARY NOV 21JUnder ules 27 28 and 20 adopted 1 ttbythe Democratic State Convention r held in the city of Louisville on Jun e 8 1014 it is made the duty of all Democrats in all the counties of theIIIn1 Commonwealth to assemble at their respective voting precinnts except l salclasses on the third Monday in Nov emoer 10U4 at the hour of 1 oclock standard time and proceed then andI there to the election qf a precinct f committeeman BUYS COAL BUSINESS qrF D Ferry bas bought out the coal timbusinesst of teams coal sheds office and scales skandermy the firm name of the laity Coal Co Heawill still hold his position as local agent for the Henderson Route andi I will DO assisted in conducting the coal business by his sister Miss irate Ferry Mr Ferry toot charge of the bus1 i ness Monday Mr Gregory retains I his planing mill and lumber yard PICTURES IN TIMESanrSaturdays Lonisvile Times underntbp b adIIWere Recently In Happy Family Reunion at Cloverport ccn talus the pictures of Mrs Frances t Hau Sawyer of this city and her following children Mrs S D Lloyd Columbus Mrs AN Hes a ton Hardmsbntg Mrs Emmt More dock Louisville Charles SawyerSun by 1 Francisco and Mrs B W White lhouse Mrs J H Wills T F Saw i yer and J J Sawyer of this city a MUSCLES RUPTUR- EDii Jaokton was painfully hurt last Meek by the rupture of the muscles ed l lofhis lett leg The rupture was cans J ed by him severely straining the muse a ales whlje standing on his toes and1 on pushing a crosstie up a skid he 1 This muses the second time Mr 4 4laokeon has been hurt in the lust low 1 1weeks r mashrt Haweavillett foFORMERLYIi iMrsArnold Limo died at her home 1 11nSt Lonh adlitlun last Monday i anir t rtuna juried on Tuesday afternoon iin Cliff cemetery Mrs Lime is t wife of Arnold Lime pilot on tl I Steamer Gazelle and before her mar i p Tiage was Miss Alma Grovepof Rome She was 23 years old and leaves her y husband with no children to mourndl 1 1 jar death Cannelton Inquirer tic JA STAUNCH DEMOCRAT Irvingtou Ky Nov 16Specinli r isrf I ha eightythird year and heIj Ijwniked to Webster Nov 8 to cast his I Ivotefor Parker Mr St Clair is and I tlIxand says be would vote that good oldI t hist 9earteaTht Kind YOU Have Alwys BoiijM wgl1tun a Of I PRICES ARE SET On Tobaccos By Growers Allow inJr For The Cost Of Produc tion And Fair Profit 4 J Baker of Patesville returned Monday from the national convention of tobacco growers which met at Lynchburgon last Thursday and Friday Mr Baker was the delegate from the Hancock county looil unions of the American Society of lEquity under the anspicies of which the con vention was held Mr Baker returnedl with a very Iinteresting report of ti Lynchburg meeting An Aasoelat Press account of the convention ven on another page but it omits the matter ot prices The prices set on tobacco by the con venton are those for which all tobacco growers are urged to hold their eroI The prices are For dark tobacco in dark district west ot Virginia 8 round for burley in dark district 12 und for dark tobacco in Virgin and east of that HI ate at 9 for brig tobacco 12 In setting the above prices the following items were conI ordered Cost of burning plant bedI canvas and iertiliz r rent of land at 0 per acre six per cent for later on investment tine dollar per day for label five months for cultiva rice and harvest and CO per cent f profit Mr Shrewsbury Breckenrldge cop n tys delegate Mr Sharpe delegn from Ohio county and Mr Baker visited Old Pont Pleasant and Richmond while in Virginia Lvnchburg where the convention was held is a popnlatieon Nearl all the dark tobacco districts Kentecfcy were represented at the Invention and the tobacco groae will stand by what they have don ys Mr Batter Cured Of Eczema Mr Dan A Briggs Glasgow KyII says shoat two years ago Ihaa Eczema so bad that I could scarcely sleep at all I purchased a bottle of Paracamph and made not over one dozen applications when I was en ely well I highly recommend I4 Paracamph for all irrltationsof i in and would not be without home Paracamph soothes corI J heals Try a 25o bottle DEATH OF INFANT Alma tne elglit montns old dough of Mr and MrA J T Danielfl dl early 1 Friday morning ot bronchial pneumonia superinduced by whoop ing cough She had been ill about three weeks The luneral was con froth the family residence tint jay by Rov Christina the inter being at the city cemetery I 4 GASOLINE CAUSES FIRE The destruction of the home ofMrs AE English in the East End by fire Thursday was narrowly averted While servant was cleaning a mg wUbjj gasoline it ignited from n light near and the room was tilled suddenly I with flames which fortunately were extinguished I ODD ACCIDENT- A o doubleheader frelgnt train go lag East last Friday night is su to have jarrtd a large rock looa weigoing 0 or 7 hundred tons from big cave two miles East of this place Ed Klndera farm kJIing seven ed of hogs Skillman correspondent Hancock Clario- nDECLINE TO ACCEPT Five members of the Goebel Monument Commission inspected the model r the bronze statue of William Gee aV Lexington Thursday and do contrctorswered were given nine months time in which to complete the furtheriit1eWHY IT WAS The harp drop in companied by high winds Sunda which mace it the most disagreeable of the season was dos to a severe storn which swpt the entire Atlan constonly the edge of it reaching this state i ACCEPTS CALL Rev J F Morton has accepted a call of the Baptist church at Grand view Ind H e will preach thereof e second and fourth Sundnyf eHoh month but will continua6 side here He delivered his flrjt ser mon last Sunday MEETING AT HOLT Rev E M Gibbons will begin SundayHoits aat Haltt VOTE OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY + + OFFICIAL COUNT JoJ J oJz Precnctsto to q r 9 = 0 0 t 2 w J z = n 0 0 Q w = vp Iii 0 0 0 ieieaIiardlnsburg No l 117ISO t 41Jj 131 133 104 isII No 2 i3J fS 5 s 1 133 63 110 100 No3 J57 Sl 5 160 S- lOt 8S 117 I No 1 105 110 I 108 85 61 Olovcrport No 1 3 70 I I i Qt 3n F t 1moI N63 13a X11 12 1 J3t1 1tlI I 10 tip 46 I t 113 lID 51 IOS HulltOWDStcplicnsport Ii iAUnion 100 103 lIBS I 1eO U3 I rHtMoolgyvllle GO 113 g 111 tlJ 12 B3 IWebster iirl 100 1 116 III JIf 41- I IrvltiRton1 TO Ui 5 af 4 TS Ii liO l Bowluyvlilo of 72 ha 71 13 is PetItlgr9pring 30 IJ 1 n III G 2 42 Ouster 1 101 I 1123 8 l9 lliO hf I TO froTNook 103 40 2 1 102 48ilO 35 JIcDanlels J 70seOlentleuno 50IItockVao 160 102 G IGD OS 200 M Totals 2353 2000 59 01 0 1 2350 2052 2435 1870 Majority against stock law 759 ticketss2SreBruners majority over Smith 293 Majority for Jno P Haswell Jr Republican candidate for elector from Fourth congressional district over J It Zimmerman Democratic elector insecurity is 317 U r WORLDS FAIR analeaRETURN 1600 YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE FAIRe J Tuesday Morning Nov 22f I will personally conduct a party to St Louis I have already conducted a large number of parties to the fair and know it I in all its details Your round trip railroad daysy1600 four days 1850 I want every schoolteacher in Breck en ridge county to join the party Write me if you are going Crutcherre iffj R R Agen- tWebster KyOfOf f1w = nwNttltttJ1A1AIC It I R ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food Ycast ferments the food Alum baking powders arc injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health IROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TilE BEST HARDINSBURG NEWS Hardinsonrg Kj Nov 15 Spe DialThe stnr marl route running om Stephensport to Luhant hns been extended to Chenault Formerly the people in that vicinity received thou wail by boat which rendered it very uncertain the mail being sometime delayed as much as three weeks on s o count ol low water Now the patrons of the office will receive their wu daily The attorney who represented petition heroes the postoffice theI ment was John P HnuwellJr Mrs Henry Green well died Monda night Nov 7 of consumption after an illness ot about a year The funeral LIGabei following duo The interment WAS iin the cemetery adjioning the cLurcn She leaves her husband one oUnd t mourn her loss W V Bowmer who recently went to California in now holding a responi HARDINSBURG John Alexander of Burns was iinI town Wednesday Thomas J Moore spent Sunday at Glendeane the guest of friends Hon Chas Blanford and Chas Drury were in the city Wednesday Mrs James Smith and Mrs D McGill were in Louisville last weeK Mrs SA Pate was a visitor in Louisville several days of last week Louis Jarboe has rented the house vacated by the Rev W H Robt Mattingly went to McQuidy Tnefda to plaster Frank Lyons reo sidence Burrel Beard of Owensboro was hero last week visiting Mr and Mr I Taylor Board The Rev W H Calvert filled his regular appointment at the M church Sunday Jno D Shaw and Allen R Kinch eloo spent Sunday at Chenanlt the guests cf friends Godfrey Ball of Louisville w here to visit his mother Miss Judith Ball lust week Mrs Hillary Mattingly of Terre Haute is visiting her parents DI and Mrs Henry Lewis Oliver Sbellman of Stephenspor- was the guest of his brother Uus last Wednesday Robert P Heston of Paducah was the guest of his mother Mrs Mary C Heston several days of last week Mrs Wm Hampton of New Albany who his been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J H Lewis returned horn Saturday The walls of the Masonic Temple TboImended by scary one who has noticed the building Mrs Mary G Ford was callled to Glasgow last week by the serious ill ness of her father Mr Edmunds of Glasgow He is now improving andI Mrs Ford will return this week t The Board of Election commission ers met hero last Friday to count tHer vote The board is composed of Sae P P Payne Allen H Kinoheloe and James VSt Clair I The Rev Father Wm L Gal o will1 conduct a bazar at too old Brick on Thanksgiving day Re will be served The proceeds will be for the benefit ofStRomualds church Bible position with a publishing honse of Los Angeles He is much pleased wlh 1IMP work find likes the climate and jpeople- r Leo TMeyer who formerly traveled for J M Robinson Norton fe Co is now with a St Lotus dry goods firm who pay him fSUOO per year The sutteesitsupper in the New Masonic building on Chrntmas Eve next the proceeds iwill go into the building fund The jpublic generally is invited The Rev W H Foreman will move Ito Butler county this week to take charge of the work assigned him by I the annual confenence of the M E church Everybodv nearly went to Louisville 3on the excursion Saturday There were six coaches and all of them were comfortably filled NEGRO MURDERED Noble Poole a negro miser was 1 found dead at his home in Foidsville Sunaay vith his skull crushed A traveling negro doctor who came to Fordsville several weeks ago and couldHnot be round alter the warder is willSj appealed to tooffer n reward for the arr ut of the murderer the reward iif offered to be supplemented by citizens of Fordsville YEARSnOh1l1TonicIron and quinine In u tasteless form No euro no pay 50c S S CONVENTION Frvtnlre Ky Nov 1iSpecialT- he district unnn Sundayschool convention met with tho Raymond church Saturday Delegates from A pesoE ent Quite A congregation assembled and a bountiful dinner was spread for the pleasure and gratification of all present itsThe meeting was opened with prayer by Rev I C Argnbrlght followed by song service Several speeches were wade in the interest of Sun generalrsnperintendant and secretary also by weretj instructiveDCUSTER Dr W A Walker will be at Custer Nov 20 to Deo 2 prepared to do all dental work TO BE SWELL AFFAIR A swell affair in colored social tier 0clew will bo the marriage on next Thursday night of Mary B DeHaven daughter of Anderson TeHaven to Toe Bradford porter at the St George Hotel the ceremony to be performed at the brides hom- ePERKINS WRIGHT Layton B Perkins popularly known tto his many friends as IIPolly and Mrs May Wright went to Louisville on the early morning train Monday for the purpose of Doing married in a Louisville church the ceremony announced to be performed last night Mr and Mrs Perkins will go to St Louis this morning to spend a week at the fair when they will return to this city to receive the congratula bona of a host of friends SELLS DWELLING A A LaHeist of New Albany hoe sold his dwelling on Elm street to A 0 Sheldon Consideration 100 y M yr t r rrThe Breckenridge News 0 nuonWEDZESDAY November 161004 GREATEST TRIBUTE TO ANY CANDIDATE Sentiment For Roosevelt Greater Than For Parker By About 2000000 Votes VOTE OF STATE AND DISTRICT New York Nov 10 President Roosevelts clean sweep has broken all records for large pluralities His popular vote is the largest ever given a presidential candidate His plural ity is estimated today to be 2090000 which is more than double that received by McKinley in 1000 and more than three times the McKinley plur ality of 1 bUG In ISlG SIcKinleys popular plurality was G01834 and in 1000 was S40700 Pennsylvanias plurality of 485000 is almost sufficient in itselt to wipe out the combined pluralities winch the South give to Parker and Davis Electoral Votes New York Nov 0 The figures to night show but twelve states with 18U votes for Parker Roosevelt car ried all the Northern states Tonight he has 343 electoral votes In general the situation is chiefly interesting tonight because of the fact the tickets in many states were out Roosevelt ran ahead of the tick et in many localities notably luM ass achusetts where he secured a plural ity of 80000 while the Republican candidate for governor was defeated by 35OOOIu that state the legislature is Republican and the entire Republicn II DR BY REMEDY 1011111 tine to Mao the Bill r v I the Thousands 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helped me almost from the first dose When I had taken one and onehalf bottles I lett like a different man and I knew that It Will due entirely to your medicine I used In all three bottles and consIder myself perfectly cured At thIs time my appetite Is good I sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T L SPEED If you need a tnrdlclne write today for a Free tatnple bottle nnil II Dr Thneherf Health Hook G advice Me tlmnly aik you to try it our exjtfnte We know u hit all druggliti SO cents and 1OO THacHer Medicine Co Tenn ticket with the of governor is elected In Missouri the circumstances are similar in Nebraska definite an nouncement says tne legislature is Re publican Tnla will dispose of tne statement that Bryan had aspirations for the United States senatorship in that state too Tne is in doubt in Minnesota Roosevelt secured 125000 plurality but there is a governor and lieutenant governor elected Solid South Broken- St Louis Nov 10With seven counties still to be heard troth at night fall the returns showed that Roose velts plurality in Missouri stood 15705 Roosevelt has bioken the Solid South by carrying Missouri for the Republican party for the first timn in thirty years With the returns from nine counties C We can Lluf US S We MJnlDo you think we cannot make bug gies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We t TRAWlERS Liver and Blood Syrup REMOVING THE CAUSE A THREEFOLD flood troubles Acts on UrtrtndKUoer aid Purifies Blood Sarsaparilla according 17 at elI1tnlOIO Chattanooga exception governorship Democratic Republican II CURES I dale but we wont The Geo Delker Cos name stands for good missing at the same time Folks plurality for Governor Democratic ticket stood 34883 Majority In louse New York Nov 10The sentlmes which swept the Republican candiaa tes into office will be reflected in the next House of Represen tatives From figures obtained by the Associated Press the Republicans have elected 283 Representatives and the Demo crats 141 the twelve remaining districts yet to be heard from being now equeally divided between the two parties The Repuiiilctin majority in the next House will therefore be at lease 02 Results In State All the Democratic nomuiees for con gress in the state with the exception of two J B Bennett in the Ninth and DO Edwards In the Eleventh I were elected Edwards plurality was about 17000 and Bonnetts only Iwork and good material in every part where you can see it and where you cant There is less profit in this kind of work but more satisfaction to both maker and user If its new and uptodate we make it Remember theynameThe COtoJ20 to 12 Elm Street Henderson Kentucky Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the George Delker Work write direct to the factory t Evciy new cash to TILE NEWS will be a to Farm and one year free Every old subscriber who pays his to the TIm NEWS to January 1 1905 and one year in will be a years to this valuable paper this offer today before you neglect it Miss Agnes Westley 816 Wells Street- MarlnetteWis 816 Wend WIll Sept 25 1903 I was all run down from nervous ness andoverwork and had tp resign my position and take a rest I found that I was not gaining my strength and health as fast as- could I wishand as your Wine of Cardui was recommended as such a good medicine for the ills of our sex I bought a bottle and began using it 1 was satisfied with the results from the usa of the first bottlo and took three more andthen found I was restored to good health and strength and able to take up my work with renewed vigor I consider it a fine tonic and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY Seo r North Wisconsin Holland Society Secure n 8100 bottle of Wino of Cardui and a 2oc package of Thedfords today OF CARDUI D utytwoFridxys Courier Journal says The Courier Journal has received returns from 1001 out ol 20J4 precincts in the Stato The miss in precincts are as tollows Nine teen in the Eleventh district eleven in the Tenth district and three in the First district In the 1 JOt precincts reported Parkers iH 12773 Estimates or the vote in the thirty three missing precincts based solely on the vote ot 1000 would reduce Park ers plurality to about 11 500 It is not probable that the final result will varj many Hundreds from these figures The Fourth District D H Smith Democratic candidate for congress from the Fourth district received a plurality of 2778 votes over Dr Ben L Bruner the Kepub lIcan nominee Parkers majority in the district was 37 votes ahead of tne ticket The pluralities in the district for imtth were Ias follows Bnllitt 707 1025 Larue 472 Marion 071 Imde 400 Nelson 010 Taylor 58 Washington 07 Bruner received the following plur kilties Breckenridge 208 Grayson 100 Green 128 Hart 128 Ohio 520 Hancock County Hancock county in the tilth con re88lonal district gave Roosevelt a lajority of 154 and the Republican nominee for congress a plurality of 40 CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Bears the Signature of TOBACCO PLANTERS OF THE SOUTHLAND I J Meet At And Form As I sociation To Prices On Loose Tobacco NEXT AT Lynchburg Va Nov 1lWlthI torty delegates in attendance from many of the Southern tobacco beltsthe planters organized the American To bacco Growers today This is for the purpose of endeavoring to control the price of loose tobacco Toe officers are E L Davenport of Cisney Ky secretary- C H Taylor of Bedford county Va The executive is composed- of H BSherman of W D Price of county Vaand L N Robertson of Oweusboro Ky The next annual meeting will be held at Owensboro First Days Lynchburg Va Nov 10To dm cuss the general situation in rega fto the tobacco industry and to djehle if possible on a minimum price for the various varieties and grades representatives of the several Tobacco trowels Associations of America assemble in Lynchburg today and began A two days conference The purposes of the movement are set forth in the call for the conference which says in partIt has been demon strated that farmers can be factors in shaping the prices of their products Proofs ot this statement are found In the whert market of the past year In corn oats cattle hogs cotton etc prices of all these have been or for periods in fluenced by the qnnntity thrown on the market or withheld from it The same can be done with the tobacco market By unity of action the growers will be irresistible The conference is attended by prom inent growers of Kentucky Virginia Dhio North Carolina Wisconsin and other tobacco growing States When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not inly give quick relief out effect a permanent cure Yon want a remedy that will relieve tbe lungs and keep easy You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency pneumon ia You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to Cough Remedy meets All of these and for the peedy and permanent sure of bAd olds stands without a peer For sale by Short x Haynes ODD PROCLAMATIONISSUED By authority vested in me as mayor of an little city I- do thus publicly proclaim Whereas in accordance with Christian custom Thursday November 24 004 hath been set apart as a day of and prayer I do bese SHntd and sinners to go to chnrcb ll be good Whether chanting hym shooting or sipping delioio tl poison from the eyes of Beauty k innocenoy and take heed unto t thing that is right for that MIl brij I a man peace at the last Let ns thanktnl that out Colonels are not full of corn as our corn Id full kernelsThough the surrounding soil ticke with a hoe is laughing with a ha vest ooortolks are still with u From thin soup and cold potatoei good Lord deliver them Oh Christian men and women at tonish the stomach of the starvin sufferer with oysters turkey an mince pie Adorn the ragged wit comfortable clothing An onuce o is worth a pound of preach lagI Dearly beloved let us play npoi a harp of a thousand strngs a nev song of praise Give thanKs unto th Lord for the most charming orop o beautiful babes ever born in the of town since creation dawned and th morning stara sang together Sweett dainty darlings smile on like sun beams in shady places kicK up you Jlttle heels and make earth a heaven With charity unto all and malic toward none I do hereunto subscrlbi my official signature to the words tha have been written this 3rd of Novem ber 1004 J H PC well Mayor of Henderson Ky- fieglect To have a good remedy in th house for Burns Cuts and Bruise often causes serious results Para campn is the best thing you can have It relieves pain instantly and cure quicKly without leaving ugly scar It dots this because it heals from th bottom of the wound and is therefor butter than the oldfashioned Salve and Ointments It absolutely preven so keep a bottle Ili your home 1 GETTHEHABI AND READ THE Complete Report OF THE MARKETS WAR POLITICAL I NEWS RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACIN a LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATIO IN THE The Breckenridge News and Farm and 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the t wealth of tho nation Ho said tha when that time comes tho peoplt- lI will turn to tho Democratic party V for relief In this letter Parke says ho shall never seek again iia nomination or hold public office Ho discusses tho difficulty encountered by the Democrats in making tho campaign this year He makes suggestions regarding harmony in the party In conclu sion Judge Parker says in tht presence of defeat ho does not hesi tate to say in his opinion tho great moral question that confront the the Democrats is Shall the trust andcorporations bo prevented from contributingmonoy to con iJ trol or aid in controlling tho elections 1 Parker said his plans forw I the future were not definitely made 11 i ARREST IT50 REWARD berA bottle of Eczine will be sent fret i etao every reader of this paper who is a qJ uttering with any kind of skin disease par eruptions Rnv form of Eczema Blind Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet t er Barber Itch Ringworm Boils by lood Poison Fevei Sores or any other helGcrm disease or sores of any name oz 1 8nature Del 550 reward will be paid for any case Coof Eczema that is not promptly cured ree with Eczine Eczine will heal any I in sore or cure the worst skin and make cli it look like velvet Heretofore there- e has been no specific discovered thats would cure Eczema and kindred dis tn eases until Eczine was discovered and C now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the fo i failures made by other remedies and 77 U send for free sample of Eczine which o always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to a tbBOYD CHEMICAL 0 w 1 931 Rand McNaBy Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows 01 a the reliability of Eczine and of the w Boyd Chemical C- oDOUBLE 0 0 WEDDING Mr Berne De Jernette and Miss Mary D1 Lyons and Mr Berne McGary and Miss ai Lora Wilson all from Jolly Station Brecl enridge cou nty drove into town last Sunday evening and stopped at the I Hawesville House over night and on i ji Monday went to Cannelton endwere ttmarried j There seemed to have been no object j ions to their marrying as they all had certificates from their parents which was nec essary as they were under age Theyare from the best and most prosperous families of Breckenridgi county u They Were accompanied by Mr Forrest Lyons merchant at McQuady Ben DeJerneite Jr and Miss Montra i Percel one of Breckeuridge countys brightest young teachers Hawesville Plaindealer Mothers Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Mm ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the liven of their little one it has saved A certain cure for cough cronp and whooping cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during f a sudden and terrible attack of oroup i One Minute Cough Cure quickly re lieved and cured her and I cannot t praise it too highy One Minute Cough Cnre relieves coughs makes breathing easy oats out phlegmdraws hkout inflammatitnand removes every 4cause of a cough aud strain on loangs Sold by All Druggists r r HAS HIS OWN PLANS I Lincoln Neb Nov 0 William J Bryan denied that he would meet Will iam Randolph Hearst and Thomas E I r Watson in New York a weekfrom now f for the purpose of taking steps toward the organization of a new party The statement that he would go to New York for such a purpose was made by Melvin 1 GPalllser manager of the Watson cam paign Mr Bryan has some reorganiza tion plans but he intends to stand sponsor for them himself ti OATORXA- I You Ha1e Always BOHgW earsce 1If 1erveFagIf Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You can waste nerVe force by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment In addition to good phosphatic food such as whole meal bread prepared cereals etc Is Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is as truly a brain and nerve food as any food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tone of Its own which goes to the weakened nervo system and sets It to rights Dr Miles Restorative Nervlne Is a refreshing revitalizing tonic foodmedicine for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and tills your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick the doctors thought they were incurable that It Is today the standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat close confinement and Intense mental strain Incident to the banking business has caused me to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia It gives me pleasure to say that I have used Dr Miles Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treat ment of these affections I am now on my fifth bottle and eat and sleep well In fact have almost forgotten that I possess nervesIt L DALBY Asst Cashier State Bank Texarcana Ark FREEWrite to us for Free TrIal of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pllli the New Scientific RemedY for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your ca8ebtellyou what Is wrong and how to Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND AMERICANS ALL Partisans yesterday Filled with partisan zeal Nursing Mich bias as they That hurry to battle may feel Turning from brother and friend Deeming them foolish or worse Ready with fists to defend Ready to rail or to curse Sure of the right of our cause Sure they were wrong who opposed Today reunited we pause For a while the arguments closed Partisans yesterday Republican Democrats Harboring hope or dismay Sulking or waving our hats Looking with scorn upon those Who pitied or scorned us to turn Deeming them libertys foes Too willful or stupid to learn Today we clasp hands as we let The banners that parted us fall One flag flutters over us yet And we are Americans all S E Kiser in Chicago Record Herald If babys health is dear to you Then let me tell you what to do Ere pain has racked its tender frame Just let TEETHINA ease the sameTEETHINA Allays Irritation AIds Digestion Overcomes and Conn eraots the Effects of Summers Heat Regulates the Bowels and makes teething easy and costs only 25 cents PERMANENT WORLDS FAIR IS PROPOSED Washington Nov 9A recent meeting of the citizens of Washington pass resolutions calling upon the residents- of the district and citizens generally throughout the country to start in mo Lion a movement to establish at the capital city a permanent worlds fair The sentiment of speakers at the meet- Ing was that the exposition should be on an elaborate scale containing gov erment and state buildings for the dis play of costly exhibits from all over the worldIn the motion before the as sociation the chairman of the meeting made a strong speech advocating its adoption He pointed out that such an establishment would abolish forever the practice ofthe government spending immense sums of money for temporary buildings and exhibits that he claimed lid no good a few months after their erection null installation It would also prevent the outlay of pillions of dollars in various cities of he United States whenever they took it into their heads to have expositions The resolution was passed unanimously and its scheme is taken serious Jy It is the expressed purpose of in lueutial member of the several citizens associations to take it up vigorously Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrek and the same ansep ire making human wrecks tit suffer ers from Throat and Lung troubles lat since the advent of Dr Kings few Discovery for Consumption oagns and Colds even the worst cases tan be nnred and hopeless resignations no longer necessary Mrs Lois Jragg of Dorchester Mass is one of ohny whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great emedy Is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short Haynes rngglsts Price 50o and 100 Trial bottles free MINERAL ACTIVITY- A Hawesville dispatch to a Louisville gaper saysI r Never since the beginning of the Civil War has the mineral development been so active iu this county as at the present time The great coal nines at the edge of this town for many years floodednre being emptied and put iu order for im mediate operation and will work sev eral hundred men Oil drilling machinery is being sent to the city for immediate use and anII Eastern company is taking leases on thousands of acres of mineral land in various parts of the county and will build a railroad from Hawesville to the interior PRESIDENT IS GLAD HE MADE STATEMENT Washington Nov 9 resident Roosevelt was overwhelmed with con gratulations today They were presented by many people in person and were received by mail and by telegraph from every city in the country Thousands of telegrams already have been received and theyare coming yet in undiminished flood Four operators were kept bu sy today receiving the messages over the wires at the White House telegraph bureauThe president said today that ho felt that his announcement that he would not accept another nomination would prevent during the next four years any misinterpretation of his actions personal or offical He expressed himself as be ing in entire sympathy with the evident belief of theAtnerican people in the un desirability of a third term for a pre sident and he therefore made up his statement as unequivocal as possible THE BEST EVER HELD It is expected that the farmers insti tute of Perry county Ind which meets at Derby this morning at 030 oclock will be the best ever held in the county A very attractive and interesting pro gram is to be rendered- E B Oglesby of this city is on the program to deliver a talk tomorrow on Improving Our Worn Out Lands G I B Cunningham of Chenault Ky is on the program to talk on Big Red Apples Every Year Thursday afternoon A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with nn ugly out 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 Bnoklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burn Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Short cC Hayne Drug Store WANTS MORE SHIPS Washington Nov 9Threo battleships five scout cruisers six torpedo boat destroyers six torpedo boats told two squadron colliers at an aggregate maximum cost of 41300000 is tho build ing programme which the Gen eral Board of the navy has recom mended the Secretary of the Navy to urge Congress to authorixo at its next session A GUARANTEED CURE FUR CillLLS- Ucliln nilml nicedlug or Protruding Pills Drticplsts refund money If IAZO OINTMKNT falls to euro any case no mutter of how longstanding tail to 14 days First application gives ease and rest SOc It your druggist hasnt It send 50c In stamps maid It will ho forwarded postpaid by furls Mudl aims Co St Louis d- oKENTUCKIANS WISE We saw the other day in the office of the National Union a map of Western Kentucky with a bright brassheaded tack driven at every postof fice where there is a local union says UpToDate Farmiugofficial organ of the American Society of Equity I tell you it was a sight These are the enterprising to bacco people who are bright enough to know that conditions were not right and wise enough to embrace an opportunity to make them right GAME LAW EXPIRES The game law expired yesterday and now birds rabbits and squirrels willI have to see after their own welfareI as the government does not protect themI from the hunters for severa 1 weeks READ TillS Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear- SIr I have sufferea three years from kidney and bladder trouble and one half bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and can heerfnlly recommend it Yours very respectfully J N Roberts 1810 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kIdney and bladder troubles removes ravel cures diubetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the cidneys and bladder in both men mud women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your Irnggist it will be eant by mail on ectipt of gh One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Ask For 1847 ROGERS IBROSIf you want Sliver Plate I That Wears t- J OlakeII UillROGERS BROS and you will 4 1 receive the Pd F Genuine and- orlgiuat r Rogers Knives Forks Spoons etc They can be purchased of leading dealers For new cata logue CL address the maker INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO Meriden Conn Place Names In EnRlnntl- Tlifmetlc luztoess In the matter of place tunics Is notorious In the north of England writes a correspondent of the London Chronicle Lancashire hits a curt way of dealing with trouble some names After nil writes a cor respondent there Is an excuse for sayhig Oostn Instead of Ulverstoue In them days of stress and hustle nnd life is too short to say Little Urswlck when you cnn snake yourself under stood more easily by Llloslk In Cumberland I once asked the way to Aspatrla The native didnt under stand for some time when It suddenly dawned upon him that I meant Sputhry Dllllcultles of pronunclu tion however present themselves to the Londoner much nearer home than Cumberland In Essex for Instance I once flaked n laborer If he could give me some rough Idea us to how far St Osyth was from tiny known outpost of civilization lie was a most intelli gent fellow for he had scratched his head only four minutes when he ex claimed Oh you mean lousy I supposed I did- Tribal to The Tliumlorcr In 1811 the London Tlmis was In strumental In detecting and bringing to the light of day a fur reaching scheme to defraud by forgery not only English bankers but many prominent bankers of Europe In an action at luw brought ngalnst the Times the Jury found the charge technically true tad u verdict of 1 farthing damages was given but the judges refused costsAs there had been enormous sub scriptions to reimburse the Times Its costs were set on foot at the Mansion House and throughout Europe A good ly sum wns raised but the Times firm ly refused to handle any portion of It and It was devoted to scholarships bearing the name of the piper to held nt Oxford Cambridge and beII hospital while marble tablets memorating the event were set up In the Uoynl Exchange and the Times of lice n notable tribute to stralghtfor wtird English journalism Henry Clays Father John Clay the father of Henry Clay the distinguished statesman was not only n Baptist but n Baptist preacher He resided most of his life In what Is known ns the slashes of Hnnovcr nnd his farms on which he lived for Runny years Is two or three tulles from Ashland Here his son I Henry was born and probablyl Porter Clay who removed to Kentucky and became a distinguished Baptist min ister Robert B Semple In his Ills tory of Virginia Baptists says that the Black Creek Baptist church In Hnnovcr county was originated by John Clay and that he was pastor of the Chlcknhomluy church and did much missionary work In the region around No IN Unique It seems odd that time English al phabet out of which cnn be construct ed severalI thousands of words con talus Just one word formed by the let ters In their present order remarked the observant young mans Thnt word Is Xo You can look the alphabet over and you wont find any other combination of vowel and consonant characters that will form n word Time nearest approach Is Ab which by straining n point might be considered nn abbreviation of Abraham or 111 which might answer ns short for Iiiran But No one of the shortest words in the language Is the only bona tide word formed In the arrange ment of the alphabets twentysix characters Phllndelphla Record The First SteiininUtpn The first steamship appeared on the Hudson In 1807 when Robert Fulton proved the possibility of steam naviga tion with the famous little Clermont Ten years later the first steamboat appeared on the Ohio and Mississippi and In 1827 the Chancellor Living stone made her first run through Long Island sound from New York to Provi dence In those days the ordinary steamboat was about as large as a good sized modern tugboat nnd among them the Chancellor Livingstone 157 feet long and 33 wide was u veritable giant All these vessels were propelled by paddle wheel- sChamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Taolets are becoming n favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by Short R Havnes Troubled with musm why notr do as othors have dose tako Dr Thachcr y Liver and Blood Syrup and bo cured t i ryI NNN 0 N+ N + 4 + N Bank of Hardinsburg zOFFICERSB F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard 0DrA N Kincheloe D S iiInsured against paid on loss time by Richardsonii + + m uH f The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized lni1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F UGHTFOOT vpres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits sNsNiQi NpNN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits NSU IIN NNSN SSINNNSNN oi + oi THE W Fifth Avenue ij y g HOTELLouisville 1 i I PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1 H R R All for in by Ex II Co Ind I oi oi oi located and only liotol In the city atNOO rato Only one block from the district and two blocks from the jm- Street cars pass the door to all parts ft of the cltViN iIii i COMMISSION MERCHANTS i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 0 + +4 IFRISCO SYSTEfl Chicago Eastern Illinois Double Daily TrainsII BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING EVENING From LaSalle Street Station Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants Sf Louis 930 a m946 p m Morning or evening connection both with lines diverging Equipment entirely new and throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY with practical and approved appliances Substantially constructed StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes tho latest patterns suits und trousers high grade fabrics Clothes made modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices pert tailors employed- J HUNSCHB Casper May L Caunelton Themost centrally firstclass making principal shopping principal theatres i i AND Bridge termini modern Equipped safety V GB ABBAGE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photol pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc ill His AttorneyatLaw Kentucky flair VEGETABLE nSICILIANU A splendid tonic for the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy rAlways restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color of youth Stops falling hair also Sold for fifty years towSl SKiftERlujBI e t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance t Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1904 THK silent voter is no longer silent You cant down prosperity as a campaign argument TOM TAGOAUT gave out one true statement when he said there wasnt enough Democrats MK CORTELYOU is an uptodate campaign manager Ho adver tised in the newspapers and magazines MR ROOSEVELT should do the handsome thing and take Mr Parker along with him to the Worlds Fair No Democracy is not dead yet Too many city state and county offices to be filled Democracy will never die as long as there is an office in sight MARSE HENRY ought to be good now and quit saying mean things about the President It isnt nice for one great man to say mean things about another great man COL HARRY SOMMERS is telling the boys in a column and a half how it all happened Col Harry is not shedding any tears over tho result but takes consolation in the fact that his county returnedan increased Democratic majority TILE Mon D H Severs we understand had his petition already to put in for the Clovorport poein case of Parkers election If Mr Parker should have stopped in no man in this town would have pleased the people more as postmaster than Mug GLKXDKANE seems to have had some independent Democrats who voted for Roosevelt as well as other places in these United States All honor to independent voters no matter whether they be Democrats or Republicans The independent voter is the safeguard of the nation THERE was an amusing incident happened in front of our post office about 4 oclock in the afternoon election day when a big Shanghai rooster stepped up in front of the office and gave three big crows It rattled Capt Kowland so bad that he immediately took the train for Louisville to hear what had happened WE dont know nuthin bout pearilism or tariffs Wo dont know nuthin bout trusts ceptin that we cant get no trust for licker outside this bum town and we cant get no licker on trust inside this bum town because it is dry but if we couldnt have carried every State carried by Parker we will cut out hot and go barchcad as well u- sbarefootIlardemati Free Press JUDGE PARKER it is said actually smiled when he heard that ho was defeated lIe didnt shed a tearfor publication and that when he went out to look at the stock the next morning not a bloodedcow in tin herd could tell that there was anything wrong with the master The Judge no doubt will get more genuino pleasure out of his cows than he got out of his association with the politicians THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE MdV Of gentle birth and breeding yet a man of the people in the bht1Oensot with the training of the scholar and the breezy accessibility of the ranchman a man of the library and a man of the world an athlete and a thinker a soldier and a statesman a reader a writer and a maker of history with the sensibility ofa poet and the steel nerve of a roughrider one who never did or never could turn his back on a friend or an enemy A man whose merits are so great that he could win on his merits alone whose personality is so engaging that you lose sight of his merits Speech of John Hay Jackson July 0 1004 And in contrast to the above is Col Wattcrsons view of the man Hoar him From Theodore Roosevelt wo ask no quarter lord expect none He is infinitely a worse enemy of the white man and woman in the South then any of the radical leaders of the past Because not only that he entertains certain crude experimental ideas about the negro the testing of which will prove equally hurtful both to the blacks and the whites but also because perverted by the sense of being rene gad e to the Southern blood that courses in his veins there burns within him the blind intolerance of tho bigot keeping alive and warm ing the hatred of the man in the wrong Infinite harm he has done already More of the satire sort we expect r TIlE AFTE1MMT11 1JD TILE MORAL The following from the Memphis Appeal strikes us as being the right thing and tho proper way to look at the result The South ought to get away from its fool prejudices and get down to business Mr Roosevelt is going to do the right thing for the South as well as all the people The Appeal says The victory of President Roosevelt is of such a character as to stagger the country There is no trying to account for it In every election one side wins and the other side loses The Democracy has I lost and that is all there is to it The people of tho United States havo declared that they are in favor of militarism that they are ad dicted to protection that they dont care a continental about the Con stitution and that with them it is to hell with economy and civil service reformSo far as we arc concerned we can stand all of this With the ex ception of eight years the South has been living under a Republican administration over since 1800 Wo do not derive all the comforts of home and the pleasures of life from tho man who happens to be in the White House Ho is not tho Lord Bountiful from whom all blessings flow Ho does not control wind and tide Ho does not fix the price of cotton and wheat and corn He does not dispense tho sunshine or make the ram Of course tho Presidents office is the most powerful in the land and an unsafe man in that high place can cause no end of trouble If ho is a fanatic ho may bring on a race or industrial war If he is an anarchist ho may disturb society If ho has a glare in his eye that reaches his brain he may upset the financial system of the country If ho is an iconoclast he may jar the institutions of the Re public If ho is overambitious ho may usurp tho functions of other branches of the Government and be a menace to the liberties of the peopleBut under the ordinary President we are all safe in our lives and properly Wo can enjoy our usual privileges wear about the same clothes that we customarily wear eat our three meals a day havo the same protection from winters cold and summers heat read such books as we desire enjoy tho theater and meet our friends just in the old sweet way We do not imagine that because Roosevelt is elected there will be any diminution in marriage or giving in marriage Tho world is not going to como to an end There has been in the South a forceful and passionate opposition- to Mr Roosevelt This has been partially because ho has revived tactlessly or intentionallywe do not pretend to decidethe race issue But the Souths opposition has been based mainly on his surrender to the protected interests and tho trusts to his disregard of the Constitu tion and to his promotion of extravagance in administration But he is elected and it seems to us proper to say a few words to the people of tho South with regard to their attitude toward him Our own interests arc indcntifisd with the Southand wo can speak as one having a certain measure of authority Tho menace to the pros perity and welfare of this section lies in the negro question Let us bo the last to revive it The Commercial Appeal of yesterday contained a declaration of Mr Roosevelt that under no circumstances would ho accept a third term as President It is to our interest to accept that declaration as sincere The same issue of this paper brought to the people of the South the declaration from a personal friend of the President that he has seen a light as it were and that he would not make an issue of tho negro question Let us accept that declaration also as sincere and do nothing to resurrect the negro question The whites constitute twothirds of the population of the South They can easily rule this section legitimately by right of their majority- If the negro question is to be revived it must be by the Republican majority in Congress Wo all know how the sectional issue and the Bloody Shirt have affected our politics They have resulted disastrously to tho Republicans Let the onus be upon Republican Congressmen of giving new life to sectional hate If our representa tives remain quiescent Mr Roosevelt can prevent the renlis ance of that issue Why not give him a chance to prove that he is not our foe The Commercial Appeal has fought Mr Roosevelt as vigorously as it knew how Ho has been marvelously victorous Let us accept the facts and conform with the situation The transisthmian canal question has been settled Rightly or wrongly the Government is committed to the building of the Panama canal The Commercial Appeal favored the other route not from sen timental reasons but because to it all the arguments seemed to favor that route If any wrong has been done the South is not responsible and at any rate an overwhelming majority of the people have indorsed the Presidents action The Panama canal will be built The South will be tho greatest beneficiary of that big enterprise Let us drop the negro question go in for industrial development and only when war has been declared against this section meet the enemy with the best fight we can put up In tho meantime let us have peace A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re stored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of lTacogdoches Tex A certain cure for blltous less constipation etc Small pilleasy to takAeBSY to act Sold by all Druggists NEW TROUBLE MAN Poindexter Galloway formerly operator at Hirdmbnrg has the position of trouble man with the local ex change of the Cumberland Telephone- S Telegraph company The position was formerly held by EJ Berry ATTEND REUNION Misses Ruth Haynes and Margareb Skillinnn attended the annual reunion of the Kentucky chapter of the Alumnael Association of Oxford College Ohio which was held at the Gait House Louis vnie1on last Frida- yANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE henryDellaveutorCountysubJectFOR STATE SENATOR WOwencllndldatotorllancockareckonrldgoaction of tho Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE txo aro authorized to announce Selby H resenttivo totheoJ fIJ DR R P KEENE Representing MI f TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR I IIDENTISTS r OF OWENSBORO Y J J Li oneLi1 ill r walt on aU wishing High Class Don tlstry Will be Here November 21 to 27 7 6 I Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of tho kidneys or liver and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect eo important is a healthy action of these organs They are c nmonly attended by loss ji energy lad of courage and some tunes by gloomy foreboding and de spondcpcy I had rams In my back could not sleep and when I got up in the morning felt worse than the night before I began tak ing Hoods Sarsaparilla and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Snrsaparllla Alas J N PERRY care H S Copeland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system BAKER DISMISSED Claience Baker of Etawesville and a son in law of Mr Robt McGavock of near this city was promptly ac quitted in the Evansville police court last Thursday for shooting a maniac roaster on Sunday Nov 0 on board the Greeu river packet Park City on which Mr Baker was an engineer John Cluster the negro rouster suddenly became insane while the boat was nearing vansvilleand murderously assaulted several of the crow with a club Mr Baker was among those attacked and he found it nece sary to tire several shots at the negro to save his life At the second shot the negro with a shriek leaped from the lower deck into the river The Evannville Courier says it is believed that Engineer Bakers bnllett is wnat put an end to the negros wild rampage and prevented him from killing oneor more of the crew The Hancock Clarion says that the body has not been recovered and that I Bank Of Cloverport Incorporated 19O3 Capital Stock 20000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1600 FRANK P PAYNE President MARION WEATIIER1IOLT CashierIIJ C MATT1NGLY VicePres A A SIMONS Assistant Insured against loss by fire and Burglary Interest Paid Time L Deposits We cater to the wapts of till entrusting us with their banking business Wo most respectfully ask you to open an account with us if you have not already done so and let us prove to you what we say r Land Sate I Breckenridge Circuit Court Ben C Dieckmansadmr and others 11Plaintiffs Against Fred J Dieckman and others JJDefendants BY virtue of an order of the Breck enridge Circuit Court to me di rected in the above styled ac tion I will on Monday the 28th day of November 1904 it being the first day of a regular term of the Breckenridge County Court offer for sale at public auction at the Court house door in Hardinsburg Brecken ridge county Kentucky two tracts of land lying on the waters of Sinking Creek in Breckenridge county Ky One tract containing 155 acres the other 347 acres The sale will be on a credit of 6 12 and t18 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 Ju llI LEE WALLS MASTER COMMISSIONER j BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT Baker thinks he hn the negro three times HANCOCKS NOTED SON Most Rev George Montgomery of San Francisco Cal will administer theI sacrament of confirmation to a large class at the Hawesville Catholic chur oh next Tuesday Nov 15th at 180 a m The services will begin at 10 a m and will consist of high mass during which those to be confimed will1 receive communion a sermon by th nohbishop followed by confirmationt and benediction Archbishop Montgomery is a native of Haucoo county and lived at Hawesville during a fe years of his boyhood He Is a son of whom our county may well be proud of international reputation not only for his gifts oruatory but a so for greater gifts of soul and wind which have endeared him to nil who now him Hawesville Clario- nPROTRACTED MEETING lSpecialTheprotraotedchurch on Sunday November 20 Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This signature a on G W TAYLOR DEAD- G Walsh Taylor aged 71 one of Hanock countys oldest and best known citizens died Nov 7 at Lewis port the funeral being held the fOllow- Ing day Mr Taylor was the father of seven children who are wellknown Amongthemin business with R S Owen at Lew isport Curedecuredtthousands of oases of piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazer Salve drugw gist so writes C H LaCroir of Zavalla Tex and used it for a stub born case of the PlIes It cured me permanently Sold bv All Druggists NO REVISION NOW Washington DO Nov llPresident Roosevelt will not recommend any tariff revision in his message to In December correspondentment and to emphasize it Subscribe for the JSEWS r DayTake In Cores Two Grip Days 1JJ i Iiil II I IonI i ttII So Tiredt It may be from overwork but the chances are Its from an In1 active LIVERs With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountalnr of labor without fatigue aiIt adds a hundred per cent toI ones earning capacity It can be keptIn healthful actionI r by and only b- yTutts Pills r TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE I ttitns Burk was in Owenuboro S nn dap F A A LaHelst spent Sunday nt Fenley LouisvIlleIWednesday fw T Tilford was in Owensboro Wednesday Summa Thomas or Hnwesvllle was here Sunday LL A Meyer of Louisville wa lier3 Thursday j Edward Harris came down from 4 Louisville Friday LonlsvllleFliday t H Phelon was in Owensboro jrhursaay and Friday V FranK Bartles was here from Bar i ties part of last week r Capt J H Rowland was in Louis lvilje part of last weK Father Moss of Cannel ton was the guest of Father Brey Thursday Miss Sue Newton is visiting rela Jjtlves at Buford Ohio county e It Mrs ZaCR Hardin came down from JHblt Saturday to visit relative tjjpBishop Rice of Greenville has been visiting Mr ana Mrs J A Barry fvMrs L T Reid and Miss Ella Smtth were in Louisville Saturday daughterMissHay Rev J F Morton preached at the Baptist church at Urandview Ind Sunday iJ Haynes and D S Richardson of Union Star left Monday for the St Louis fair fV T L Curtis and son Robert nf Glendeane left Monday for the St Louis fair I tit ind Mrs Wallace Litsey and llaSrBeiJF Litsey left Monday for the 1st Louis fair iI t Mr and Mrs Allen Kingshury were tthe guests of relatives at Union Star Sunday and Monday Messrs Edwin C Jas F and Chas Crosier of Liconia Ind left Monday for the St Louis fair l Mrs W J Thomas has returned to iLoitchfield after a visit to Mr and Mrs Lee Dowell Proverbs cc When the butter wont come put a penny in the f churn is an old time dairy i h proverb It often seems to r work though no one has ever I t9ldlwhy r J When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe f say give them Scotts Emulsion iIt is like the penny in the milk because it works andi because there is something f astonishing about it i Scotts Emulsion is simply ta milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites k especially prepared for delicate t stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturallyto the children be- causei it is so perfectly adapted wantsLJII and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat r merit We will send you the penny J e a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label lion the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and fioo alldruggfetg Gasoline Babbage SonII J W Bates came up from Hawes villo Monday Malcomb OBrien of Kirk was here Saturday Miss Jennie Allen came np from Owen boro Thursday Proctor Keith is in Eastern Ken tacky on a business trip J D Brashear went to Louisville Friday to spend several days Rev P L King is conducting a protracted meeting at Big Spring The Baptist church was the only one in which there were services Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen May came down from Louisville Monday to visit rela tI ves Su Jno Weisenberg anti little son Walter went to Stephensport Monday to visit relatives Fred Whitehouse was up Irom Ow ensboro Monday to attend the fuseral of Lora Whitehouse- J U Porter was the guest of his daughter Mrs Jas Williams at Whitman Snudaj Miss Amanda Dean came over from Glendeaue Friday to visit Mr and Mrs 0 W Moorman Mrs A H Murray has returned atsHnntington W Va Mrs J TDantels went to Chambers Sunday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Emrich Mrs Robt Brown returned Friday to Skillman after a visit to her sister Mrs Lon McGavocs Mrs Ob Mayhall of Louisville formerly of this city ha 1 been here part of the past weeK Mrs R T McClanahan came up from Henderson Saturday to visit her son C T McClanahan Judge W D Holt of Holt left yes terdayfor Tucson Ariz where he will spend the winter Mr and Mrs E JBerry and child ren left Friday for Simpson county to spend a week with relatives I John Duke of Dukes is building a residence on the Yeager property in the West End which he will occupy- J W Wells manager for the Gull aher Limited Tobacco company a Oweusboro was in tne city Sunday Mrs H H Thomas and children returned Thursday to Lei tchtield after a visit to her parents Mr and MrsLee DowellMrs Wm Gnnn of the KainTack Ee Tar springs and Mrs Pearl Young of Chicago left Sunday for the St Louis fair Rev E R Bennett pastor of the Hawesville M E church South went to Patesville yesterday to assist Rev Galloway in a meeting Marshal DeFaven his moved from the Mullen property in the West End to the cottage in the East Lad recently vacated by B M McCarty Mr and Mrs John Flood oi Steph ensport left Sunday tor the St Louis fair and a trip of several weeks through Oklahoma and Texas Lafe and Sidney Crosier and K S Cooper of Laconia Ind and Pleas ant Jenkins of Corydon Ind left Monday for the St LoUIs fair Mrs Chas Wendelken and two children of Louisville attended the tuneral of the young child of Mr and Mrs J T Daniels Saturday V B Hardin was here Sunday en route to tits home at St Louis from Big Spring where he visited his parents Mr and Mrs J W Hardin Mr and Mrs Henry Emrich Mrs Rice and two sons Oscar Rice and Miss Brnner of Chambers and Mrs Mary Dawson of Owensboro attended the funeral of the infant daughter ofI Mr and Mis J T Daniels Satnrd ay PICKED UP The Hotel World of Chicago the largest hotel paper in the country pays a very nice compliment to our old Breckenridge county boy H V Hern donas to his success and growing popularity as a hotel manager and cater nr Mr Herndon recently served a banquet to over 400 Masons on the occa slon of the onehnndreth anniversary ofI that lodge The mann and service were both very highly complimented byI that paper as well as by the Masons Mr Herndon is making his mark as a hotel manager Ollie Tousey is making his marKI and building up ft tine reputation as a railroad agent He has charge of tbeI freight office of the minds Central at Henderson and is very popular with the shippers and with the com pany The frieght business of the I 0 is very large at Henderson and Mr Tousey takes care of it in a way that is both satisfactory to the railroad and all shippers Ono of tho largest patrons of the road said to the writer that he was one of the best and most accommodating agents the road ever had in Henderson Rev P U Duvall presiding elder ot the Elizabetbtown conference came down to Stephensport last Friday to hold his regular quarterly meeting at that place He goes to Ouster next Saturday and Sunday Nov 1920 and Kpnesus Deo 12 and Hardlns burg Dec 84 Rev Duvall is a Ayers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work IIt stops VigorIfallingofthehairalsoTheresgreat you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so faded until It wes about white ItlITIlnlr bottle of Avers llnlr Vigor to restore It to Us former dark rich color Your fair Vigor certainly dOPI what you claim fo- rItA dL lloou AH llocklngbum N C f100 a bottle J C ATKIl CO All oIrIlIlIIoIfor fare ice Fading Hair DR PIC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVERt THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices I I FarmsFor We have farms for sale in nearly every county in Kentucky Write us for list of farms It costs you nothing to buy through us Now is the time to list your farm for sale Write us for our plan of selling through local agents over Kentucky and adjoining states Wo also sell stores hotels mills etc Columbia Finance Trust Co Farm and Business Opportunity Dept LOUISVILLE KY OFFICERS ELECTED- The Ladles Reading Club held its second meeting this fall with Mrs W H Bowmer Thursday afternoon At this meeting oilicials of the club for the ensuing year were elected as foil ows Mrs Eugene Haynes President Mrs J D Babbage VicePresident Mrs A B Skillman1 Secretary Mrs C W Moorman treasurer very charming man a plain concien tiousChristian gentlemen a man that you can get close to and a man that make you feel better for having met himDr E C Harned wife and three beautiful and bright little girls ages G 8 and 10 years returned from the Worlds Fair last Satnrday They had a charming trip and cane home de lighted Ruth the eldest played Old Kentucky Home in the Ken tucky building and in the Canadian building and charmed large audi ences in both buildings The doctor says ne made the trip stayed four days and it cost him only X40 Says the trip was worth 500 to him + I t WantSJ7 J7Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent u word per week H FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines muchlnesAlsoI UUllollnoEnjtlnesl1AHTIN Louisville Ky WANTEDTO THADE WANTEDTo tratlo a lot of horses nnd lIurdlnsbUrlFOR BALKPLYMOUTH HOCKS Fan SALECofkrolls of tho celebrated IlymouthI pairMrsWANTED fANTEDTo sell 10000 2 year old apple eachooooftrees II 1111 lu 1111 Nursery Clovtrport Iy WANTEDOIHL WANTEDA girl or to workCall onAHENDERSON 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 i daily sale Cloverport to St Touis Seas on ticket n30 60 day ticket fOW 15 day ticket 035 Coach Excursions to St Louis Worlds Fair On each day except Friday and Saturday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven days including date of sale 6 80 Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which hotneseekers rates apply 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return Sunday Nov 20 on morning trains good returning same day Thanksgiving Rates One ami Onethird fare for round trip between Cloverport and local points on save Nov 23 and 24 good to return Nov 2S Special round trip homeseekers rates to the southwest Nov 22 U PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Totes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION SCHOOL REPORT Monthly report ot Utopia College Glendenne for month ending Nov 11 1001 The following is the honor roll Grade SLoUlse Moorman 00 Grade 7Ada Mattingly 07 Moor man Robertson 07 Robert Fisher 05 Emmy LonMonnnnn 04 Grade 0 AdvRuby Jones OH Llllie Mattingly 08 Nell Fisher 97 Ella Whlttinghill 08 Sylva Mattingly 07 Mnllse Moorman 07 Herbert Hall 07 Ernest Eskridge 07 Nell Robertson 05 Johnnie Hoskins 03 Grade 0Fannie Moormnn 08 Hel len Whittinghill 07 Johnnie Moorman 00 Lizzie taUingly 00 Edna Matt ingly 00 Mildred Moorman W John Hazelwood 00 Louise Rnston 05 Fisher Moorman 03 Luke Clark 01 Grade GJoe Moorman 97 Nellie Dempster 07 Betsy Moorman 07 Robert Curtis 07 Ohio Bishop 00 Annie Seaton 05 Jakie Powell 05 Mabel Hoskins 05 Viola Powell 01 Onie Burnett 04 Paul Mattingly lIa Mabel Howard 911 Marcus Whittler 02 Franklin West 02- Gride 4Leroy Whittinghill 08 Knrnn Moorman 08 Clara Moorman OSSarnh Moorman 07 JH Whittler 01 Grade 3 Mny Phillips 08 Hunts Mercer 07 May lark 07 May Bowman 07- Grade 2Vio Seaton 08 Walter Carwile 07Ethel Carwile 00 Cardwell Mattingly CO Herman Smith 54 Eva Phillips 02 Jack owman 00 Grade 1and Primary Faunie Smith 05 Sara Robertson 05 Homer Powell 05 Overton Ashley 05 D C BABBAGE SON tstt tAWAWAWWA o4 MEET ME AT NOLTES The Sorosis H Is the you want to buy if you are looking for Style He rvg e ixd Fit The Sorosis is by far the neatest cleanest and best made It Is There Is If your is a Sorosis We sell them and can show you some tempting bar gains in this line J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TElIPL- ECLOVERPORT KY richer sweeter made CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR Your bread be tender tooth sweet nutty berry andas Angel Foot Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW aeu soesseaaseeeaeeaaaaeseseaas- secaaseseeeaeXOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOOOO eeseeeseaaeesse ijjli Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co i Incorporated a i = JOHN A BARRY Pres J W PATE VicePres a MARION WEATIIERIIOLT SectyTreas iii iUIFoundry is prepared to make any Jsize or kind of casting from the smallest III washer to ton in In our woightII m have the best 8kill anyQQg g part repair tiny break or remedy any misfit to which ma Aa t thinory is liable We also have competent boiler maker jHj told are prepared to do any kind of boiler repair work gS We carry in Stuck general line of pipe and pipe fittings jX go Bourdon Steam Ganges told Pembcrthy injectors in IlriZ XI gx ous sizes and tho Celebrated Meyers Pumps Mail orders will our prompt and very at SoS Mention Correspondence invit- elsaeaaaaaaaaeaeaeawc ip leaetaeaaaeet- wsassesaaeeseeaaerneuaeaseeseeeaeetracaao fXXXXXXXXXXXXXJCOCOOOCXDCOOOOC MoariuHn Ufl Robert Carwile OH John Bowman 02 Argus Carwile 02 LIllie Pnllhps 02 Everett Maxwell 03 Joe Powell 03 Lillie Harrison 02 Annie Bowman 02 Paul Smith 01 June Burnett 00 Lulu Powell Oo Howard Powell 00 Bessie Mattingly 00 Greatest improvement tor the month Ernest Eckridge 10 and John Henry Hazelwood 14- Enrollment 1125 Gen Avp 102 Rohert B Tnttle Principal Ella G Robertson let Assistant Robert Fisher2nd Assistant J F Jarboe and sons Gerald and Ardrey or Chenault left last Wed nesday for the St Louts fair r4 n n o G O 1A I Have Better more wholesome and healthful bread if it is with will and some with a rich natural wheat flavor pure and white as IND a z ie shape a 9n a gXg a j JJgS receive best DR TO WED Dr W H Strother a prominent young physician at Big Spring will be married on December 14 to Miss kettle Clarltson Miss Clnrkeon is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Clarkson of Big Spring INSTALL GIST MILL- H L Morton Son are increasl their business by installing a grist mill in an addition to their saw mill C7lSTORI1iSears theliii Kind YOU HaVB AwaS BOOglU SIgnature 41hZ01 OadyCM btrp Y prYetlt AAtStiwfto-r Q lrrrIKVrrrrlan rdrrrtr rrr Q rtrrrtrrrvrr- x i The Store That Keeps The Prices Down 1 r x And the only one in this city that gives TRADING STAMPS with every purchase r Have you seen that beautiful Blue Delft Ware in our show window It is not for sale but given free to all customers who trade with us This week we make a special price g on SHOESand if you need shoes give us a trial Our stock of WINTER HOSIERY iiand UNDERWEAR is complete and the prices are always right II KL ttijx r 1- ttrstkkKkrrr rkkktkK i- b N11NNNaNN i1WA7A t underskirt underskirt The Best underskirt + Department i j STROTHER ng rrrsreCdrrrrrrr 1V CLOYERPORTKENTUCKY ii is 71itAAAASf7itAAI oo1It rltltlVI kMYYM1G Rrtk krk er- N KKttyit ttrMriraS rK KK KK riYiM q 4I ia sk r I yIgstxr r RSYluIk The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 10 10QI NEWS IN MEADS t Events Among Our Neighbors Of j Interest To Acquaintances In Old Breckenridge Messenger E L Dowell of Big Spring and Miss Bessie Ensor of Ekron will he married today at the homo of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs K A Ensor Nick Holston who shot Ben Case at the Grahamton church was arrested at Hardinsburg and brought here and lodged in jail Mr CUBes condition is critical and it is thought he cannot recover WTMcDonough of Flaherty has sold his farm containing 125 acres to Haynes Miller of Louis ville Consideration 3500 Mr McDonough has not yet decided what business he will engage in Ryan Bunger of near Guston swore out a warrant against Em mett Bratcher the teacher of Rock Vale school for cruelly whipping his son Glenn Mr Bratcher gave bond and his trial was set for 10 oclock a m Sat urday at the court house The wets filed a petition in the County Court Monday asking Judge Ilagan to call a local option election in that part of Branden burg in the Ashcraft precinct The Judge decided that there was no Subdivision of the town and that that part of f the town was not a unit of itself The wets tiled exceptions to the decision JEBuren raid Miss Jnc Tyler of Coneordia will be married at St Theresa church on Tuesday November 15 The brideelect is a charming and highly culturad young woman Mr Buren is the son of P E Buren and is a most exaIII pIllry young mUll They have scores of friends who extend congratulations in advance of tho happy event Tho chief interest in the election in Brandenburg seemed to be the nice for town trustee The nice was between George Worland nnd Frank ebhand the issue wilts wot or dry In May local option carried by three majority and the result Tues day was practically the same as in May iw Mr Worland won by two votes He Feels Bad Who is stopped up with a Cold In the Ileac or Chest Quinine may make you sick but if you will apply Parucamph freely and snuff up tha nose you will get instant relief be cause it opens the pores stimulates the circulation and removes all con KMtlon fever find inflammation Pnrnunuiph prevents Pneumonia So dont lut your oold hang on Try a bottle today WELL SATISFIED Chicago Nov 111rolrihiti- onisty are well Iolltisfiedwith the showing made in the election yes tordaywnid Oliver V Stewart national olminimn of the party I i Returns received at natinnil hcndqunrtciM in thin city indicate that DrSwulIow our Presidential candidate polled at least 801111110 votes and the probabilities are that tho firml count will carry the nom hOI considerably boyond thee fig I ores Our reports at hand shows that four of our candidatesI have boon elected to the State Legisla ture in llli noiHunclwe have an et- on chance of electing another mem her from one of the districts whet tho returns are incomplete Indiana Ohio and Illinois are showing up best although there will be u hit increase in tho pro hibition party vote in Kansas lo waPonnHylvania andothcr Stilt cs HEADAHE DAY New Yorlt Nov 10 Yesterday was headache day in Wall street It saw Mic change of hauda on bets of about 2000000 Unlike most occasions of these kinds there was no quibbling over the returns The landslide bad left not the slightest chance for an argument I IA LETTER FROM FAR AWAY TEXAS TOWN Marshall Texas Nov 1 1904 Editor News and all thb old boys and girls scattered to the four winds wher ever the dear old I paper sot Greet ingAs I look back through the mist of years It seems but a few days since I was there in dear old Breckenridge enjoying the associations of the best people that God ever created and not 4 thought ever entered my mind that I would ever be writing from tnis great State more than six and a half times ss large as our own dear oW Kentucky to tne people I so mach love and to eee whose faces I would give worlds it I had them at my com mandHow good and loving and merciful our Father is to conceal trom our won in boyhood the many and varied changes that await us tor the riper years Wife is in Kentucky now visiting Daughter been there many months in school and will be there many more yet Thank God for Ken tucky and her schools And I feel almost alone in tbls city of 14000 souls and as I sat my room tonight thinking of the past it seemed that J time turned bakward in its flight and I was bacK in old Breckenndge with the Parsons Mercers McDaniels Moores Barrels Pnmphreys Comptons Rho des Glasscocks Jarboes Cannot Hunters Gannaways Wilsons Hhcn shells Butlers Morrises Harpers Fraizes Galloways Braces Franks Hits Greens too numerous to men tlonII went clear back to young boyhood went to Pleasant Hill to singing and slipped off with the Parsons boys McDaniel boys Clint Hunter Ned and Dick Cannon Mat Jarboe and others down to the baptising bole I and went in swimming Oh those good old days have you forgotton How is it with yon now Rave you grown oetter with time Have we tried to make thA world bttr and I more pleasant for some one else T I SomA of you are scattered I know not where but wherever you may be if these lines reach yo u I want you to know that there is one of the old number that often thinks of you and whatever may be jour lot or condition in life there is a tender cord in my heart that leaps at the thought or mention of your names I wonder how many of you thus remember me and the rest of the crown Well whatever we do or leave undone lets see to it that we prepare to meet in the Jerusalem Home where there is no seoeration and where the yammer lasts all the time Wfll this city is composed I am told of about three negroes to one white I have been informed alsoI that in this county there are about sev en negros to one white person If you will come to town on Saturday you will see they are more than 10 to 1 The products of this portion of Tex I as are cotton corn cane sweet pota toes peas peanuts and some oats This is not a grain country reaches pears plums and figs grow to a per fection We have fine peaches lhy the I first of May Summer apples dp lairly i wdll winter apples are almost failure on account of hot weather All klnddII of garden vegetables grow well here and come in very early i but burn up almost by the time yours come I in there i The cotton crop is much better hereII than was first thought It started of at about lie per Ib bnt is now go ing at about Oo That however Isc a good price but most people are holding with the hope of doing better i Alll want 10 cts Some refused 10 and 1I1 j eHrly and now are selling ii- at U and many at Mjs Cotton is tho money crop hereIAll business is done on credit One Dainty Designs Catalogue No 6 telling about Silver Plate that Wears illustrated 6aataMERIDEN DniTANNIACO ijDIN CONN IUa ofNo710Comblnntlon Betrkeblro1gn merchant told me this evening he had on his books Sept 1 ftlMNO awl ne is ouly an ordinary retail ia viumt Nearly all this to ntfgww I dont know IS cwrxfeaat Utt cwJit at all that has OCt few + tteua hk00o and most of thset treat fJVuW to 540000 The nigro have slet tfc lr cotton before th1l ptofc It ss4 to ear bat the sateoa eeper yet a jwAt deal- of it the women aunt ciUa J the most of the work Dot the wtn aped the mosey I know one oM pfaici niamEly who is 4 et 97 y I cant now say which wto Jfc3 left owed the plow all the summer and she says ehe is worth half a doaavn young nigg s now and exsys to plow after she is 1WJ years eL This is a saloon town A gnat many murders committed here one cnshot by a drunken fellow this even ing There is at least one t wwk killed and so far as I know liquor is at the bottom in every instance Ill say here the prohibition nation al ticket will get one vote in Texas sure But my letter is too long If it goes in the paper all right If it misses the press and lands in the waste bas net dont tell it Again wishing all a long and happy life and happy eternity I am Very Truly Yours C M Bradley MR HOLMES LETTER Patesville Ky Nov 10 1004 Edior News Dear Sir H desire to make a correction through your val uable paper Some three weekS a- my boy aged seven years while riding on the hind part of a baggy slippedI and his left foot was caaght in the wheel and injureI Two weeks from the injury I called Dr Frymire and as soon as he examined the foot and leg he said gangrene had set in and he could not save the foot He then telephoned Dr Simons and had him come oat and after holding a consultation they decided to ampu tate the limb Accordingly the sficond day after the consultation they met and Drs Simons and Frymire per formed the operation Dr Owen ad ministering the chloroform Yoa stated in your paper that Dr Frymire set the limb when the facts are he did not see the hay for two weeks after the accident occurred and was at Hawesville when it happened and did not come borne until the next day We all know the facts here but want the readers of your paper in your count v to know the sameand I therefore ask von to kindly publish this statement W H Holmes Many Babies Die From Croup every winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by steeping 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 outsI the phlegm draws out the fever aud inflammation almost instantly It is safe and sure CARRIED IN OHIO Although the proposed stock law los t in Breckenridge county it won i fifteen precincts in which it was voted in Ohio count This IP something of which Brecken ridge certainly cannot be proud TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BHOMO OflNlXB Tab let + All drueclsrs refund tliu money If IIt frtlis n ouro E W Grovus signature Is box 15ic PERRY COUNTYS VOTE Cannelton Ind Nov 1lThe offi vote of Perry county is Parker 2142 Roosevelt 2105 Kern 2001 i Hanley 200S Benz Democrat for State Senate wins in the district by 87 Sweeney Democrat is elected Representative Every man on the 10 county ticket irifeafe ma jorities ranging from 150 to 2GO IN SPOONS SUGAR SHELLS BUTTER KNIVES Etc attractively put up in lined cases can be easily selected in 1847 Rogcrs Brosthe brand that made Rogers famous Wears bearing this mark are partic ninny desirable for gifts as the quality is so well known Remember u184 7 Take no substitute Sold by leading dealers everywhere Send to the makers for new Finely II y severely on A SOUTHERN MILL A beautiful Georgia dirt Vice President of the East End Palmetto Club of Savannah and prominent socially there relates the following Iexpericnce IYou certainly have produced the finest medicine for suffering women that there is to be had in the country I want to recommend it es pecially to mothers I was seventeen years old when my darling boy was born Felt very exhausted and weak for a long time and it seemed I could not get my strength back My sisterinlaw bought me a bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription after I had tried several of the other remedies which It is to note that a number of the minimum prices on farm prod ucts to the farmers of the country by theLAmerican Society of Equit through its official oigan Up ToDate Farming have been attained by the farmers through them con troll to r Until f 00 No2 12 to to Some people may say does They either preju diced or There is no factor in growth of trade so erful as Here is few years ago there was on capital of 100 in an interior in West baiting powder company The and company today is worth over 15000000 and pays than in annual it A mineral water in of Eastern states The it and mineral water large sale the North and will pay cent on did it Five years ago cereal food placed on At little money put into it but that little was put into TO Heston has address Hobart O T to O T Henton is brother of A M and son of Heston of NEWS are so much- advertised and found no re lief I had little faith in the at the time andwas so weak that I felt dis but within a week after I had commencedtaking Prescription I was like a wom an New life and to come with each ing day until in a few weeks I was in fine health a hearty woman My boy is now two years old 7and thanks to your splen did I am enjoy ing health If at any time I feel tired or in need of a tonic a few doses of Prescription me at once My address is No 511 Jones Street East Ga Mrs SusiB To Dr R V Pierce There is flo tho of beauty of face and formso much as a healthy body Very much on condition of the organs to women These should their functions and be free from those so often con nected with life in the Dr R V Pierce after a of womans diseases finally found a prescription whose ingre dients were entirely of ori gin which had a effect on ABOUT A S OF E PRICES interesting recommended ing the prices by holding for them andL the of crops The prices on some crops have not besn attained the is toward them Some prices recom mended so far by the Society are as follows f 7 7 t1 1Wheat No2 Chicagoper bu 120rf11 Corn 50tl A 55nit jl April next crop S5 it I Hay No1 timothy per ton 1200 1 40uJ per l 52lli I January 1st 1003 55 fAlter 1st IgOj O5 fJBeans No 1 Handpicked Detroit per bu 2 Clover Seed Toledo per bu I 700 m Cotton New York per pound Iil Broom Corn per tou 7509 S500 t j HogstI per cwt 600 6 sO 11 j1Cattle per cwt 600 to 750 = AS BIG FORTUNE MAKERS NEWS PAPERS ARE GREAT SUCCESS advertising not nay are misinformed the pow newspaper advertising a little evidence- A started a town the a proprietor advertised the more fl 000000 dividends Newspaper advertising did was discovered one the proprietors advertised today the has a throughout American continent G per 2 OUO 000 Newspaper advertising a was the market first was newspaper advertising MOVES ROOSEVELT- JA changed his from Roosevelt Mr a Heston a Chas Hardinsbnrg Subscribe for the medicine andsick couraged different vitality seemed succeed and happy medicine perfect yourtc Favorite recuperates Savannah WIUIAMS 0Beauty Like Beauty Health Nothing encourages depends the peculiar perform regularly weakening influences city making specialty vegetable marvelous controlling marketing the recommended but tendency red No2I January Chicago I Today there is scarcely a home in the country upon whose table this cereal ia not served The company is wortn over a million dollars Newspaper advertising did it A few years ago amnII order house began on less than 100 It prospered and now employs over 10000 people find sells its goods throughout the civilized world- Newspaper advertising did It The largest retail dry goods house in the United States began business on a small capital It has become justly famous and favorably known by the people generally Newspaper advertising did it A prominent brand of soap is now being advertised A short time ago it was unknown No one used it Today almost every home in the Uni ted States is using it Newspaper advertising did it Every man has a like opportunity The question is will he nse it RECENT SALES I Among recent tobacco sales in Lou isville was a sale of three hhds of dark trash from Breckenriago county at 425 880 and fa Subscribe for the NWES One dollar por year v the organs peculiar to women He found it also had a good tonic effect on the whole system this he used in his private practice with such favorable results that he finally decided to put it up in patent medicine form some thirtyfive years ago and since that time it has enjoyed the largest sale of any medi cine put lip for women only It is entirely vegetable and Dr Pierce gives his absolute guarantee that it contains no alcohol opium or other harmful narcotics The trouble with many tonics put up for the public is that they depend upon alcohol for their stimulating effect this is some thing Dr Pierce has always felt was t bad practice harmful and a poor busJ iness policy if not absolutely wrong The Sisters of the Good Shepherd at their convent Our Lady of the Woods Carthage 0 use a great deal of Dr Pierces medicines they say in a recent letter to Dr Pierce We beg to assure you of the great benefit these medicines give our ail ing ones We cannot sufficiently recommend their excellence Favorite Prescription cures the womanly diseases which undermine the general health which make the eyes and cheeks hollow and the body thin Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter in strict confidence Address Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y YOU QRN jet a copy of Dt jtor Pierces Gammon Sense Medical Tldvlscr 1008 pages FREE by sending stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send 31 one cent stamps for the cloth bound volume or only 21 stamps for the book In paper covers Hddrcss Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y POINTERS FOR FARMERS lUpToaate FurnnnKl Dont you know that while you own the stuff nobody can put a price on it but yon I Except what has been srclen Co siderable of it has been stolen in tali rname of being boughtyWhats the matter with the farm er4 Hes all right when he stand s for Equity as Gibraltar stands by the sea The next struggle is with the corn growers The corn liar is already loading up but if the farmers dont sell until they get their price they will get it tbitt is all there is to it There are now three great tobacco inanufncturing companies and these it is said are to combine to stop competition Whats the difference so far as the growers market is con cerned He dont have to sell until he gets his price and then it dont make any difference to him whether he sells to one company or a dozen Wheat has already reached 120 cotton has oven within a few points of 12 cents ana all the other crops are pricesThegranlate themselves and the unorgani zed ones should haste to become organ ized Selfinterest not necessarily selfishness is a justifying motive Farmers are in greater need of edu cation in how and when to market than in any other lines Whenever the market takes a downward turn every farmer wants to rash his stuff in What could be more suicidal from a profit standpoint The worst of all markets to sell on Is a filling market V and yet that is the market that gets the stuff The sellers are controlling the mar ket Ho say the leading market re ports Such expressions never came from that sourcebefore A great muny things are happening In the com mercial world that never happened before espeoialy where farm produce is affected The farmers are controll- Ing the market But while that IB true no farmer should get easyH and wait for others to do It Let each one feel that he must do It bim self 4Not A Sick Day Since ithkidneymedicines none of which relieved yourElectrlo totryfelt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been oared of Rheumatism Nen ralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This Is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only COo at Short Haynes Druggists n = 1he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 10 1004 rNO END TO FIGHTI ON COMBINATIONS J r y i frusts Are To Be Regulated B- yRobseveRData For Pur r jfyV4 pose Being Secured tE 1iI 1 PRESIDENTS GREAT AMBITION iii 1 Ilp t Washington Nov 0 Pregnant JtWirh significance is the statement mpete by the President last night that j he wpnld not lie a candidate for an other term especially when considered in connection with his promise ofa I square dealno moreno lessto every body which he made last Friday night yin his rely to Judge Parkers cbarg tI9 By these assurances Mr Roosevelt I Imeans to have it known that he will t shown no favoritism in the execution Ipf the laws and that he proposes to I j bo absolutely just fair and honest in I theIj I 7 fortunate pledges and obligations and will consider always the welfare and 3 glory of his common duty in all his v acts j Within the next thirty days the people of the United States will gain a clear idea of what the Bureau of Corporations has been doing for the lastflwenty months Instead of worm i ing out the secrets pf the trusts for I i the purpose ot levying political black mail as Judge Parker nnfortl1na tlly- Inl1egedl this division of the Depart meat of Commerce has bean gathering data which will show clear jot where the antitrust laws may be applied with profit to the Commonwealth 1 Commissioner of Corporations Gar- fieldI will soon make a report on this subject to the President and Mr i Ii Roosevelt will make such use of the information it contains as will result f t in correcting many palpable evils Trusts To Be Regulated Wherever corporations big or little are disregarding the laws determined j steps will be taken to compel them to Jl correct them in no uncertain manner The trusts will be regulated and no fc pressure from the financial interests liLw1U be tolerated The supremacy of I the Jaw will be emphasized whereve- rit is circumvented and this applies J uTjtoafyto trusts but to other organi z tlons For examlpe the President believes in tbe right ef every man to earn a living for himself and family without regard fir affiliations with organization In other words he believes in the open shop principle Vand so far as the Government words are concerned it will he enforced without fear or favor Theodore Roosevelt is ambitious to make his administration one of the brghttst pages in American history and hb will no direct the ship of state to realize tnat lofty and laudable aim There are no immediate changes in his cabinet in proptect although some may come within a yeir Attor ney General Moudy wishes to retire to practice law in Massachusetts and ho probably will oe the first to step anwn and out Of course Chairman Cor telyon of the Republican National Committee will become Postmaster General in a short time as was arran Pjd when First Assistant Wynne was pmoted to fill the office during the campaign I Thousands Have Kidney Troubk and Dont Know it now To Find Out Filll a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hour a I sediment set tling an tion of the kidneys your linen Iis evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire pass pain In the back also 1 convincing proof that the kidneys and blad f derareoutof order What to Do There lIs comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the hack kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage corrects inability passingItwine beer and overcomes that unpleasant npceseily of being compelled to go often urlng the days and to get up many wring the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures qf the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andh sizes You may have a sample bottle of this UOO wonderful discovery And a book that tell I more mallItlIUCH about It oath sent or Indicates unhealthy condi If It stains It to It or is It or times norottmmflptuar Co Binghamton N Y Vh A writing men- tIon tj reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake byt remember the name Swamp ROot Dr nUmers SwamRoot and the addresa Binghamton en every bottle oil k MUCH IS PROMISED FOR THE FARMERS For Next Year By UpToDate Far sling Which Tells Of Their Great Advancement ABOUT CONTROLLED MARKETING The closing year has been prolific of important lessons says UpToDate Farming Price making and market ing have been studied by the rural population as they never were belore and it bus been proven that the producer of farm products can control the marke and make and maintain prices The remaining lesson to learn is the best way to do it The American Society of Equity is not a stickler for methods It set out to prove that the farmer need not trail nlong after all other classes that no need not look from ills toilworn fields to see every body else putting prices upon the work of his hands while he alone must toil on aimlessly almost hopelessly and accept for his products whatever the buyer chose to offer We have accomplished that purpose We hnve proven that the farmer though a toiler is abreast nf other toilers that lie possesses every right that belongs to others and that from the very nature of his products food and raim ent for the race this is the vocation which mattes all other vocations pos- sIble and witnout which none of the others could be We have demonstrated that by a simple act of ordinary business he can secure these rights whichhe has so long waived in the interest of others and for himself make and secure profitable prices upon whatever he ptodnces that may be needed by his fellows or their domes tic dependents It only remains as we have said to determine the best way to do this Teh methods adopted for other great purposes and the success achieved point to a national convention a convention of wheat growers of corn raisers of cotton plan ters of tobacco raisers of fruit growers of live stocs menof every great agricultural inter est Assembled thus we may pattern after the political conventions and act through committees Not only supply demand market and price may be considered but other questions affecting the industry may be discusssed malting the convention an annual summing up of the lessons and experience of the years and of suggested advunceuien ta for the year to comeWho calculate the benefit that would result from such conventions and who would be better qualified to make equitanle prices upon the var ious products than sued a convention of the proaocers of them acting pri marily through a committee of the most intelligentmost conservative and most judicious of them am ouch ac tion ratified by the convention would go to the country with a force and ba recUved with a confidence thatI no other action could claim were the action of the government I itself and it is questionable whether I even that would carry with it so great a weight cf confidence I But would such action be accepted oilproductlon1 analogy and say emphatically YES j And this is a good year in which to tar so because the proof is so at hand nAarI Give the American people a chance to rally around the stand of their own prosperitf the foundation of tl lrIhomes the welfare of their faiuili the success of their calling and they will do it with an enthusiasm and unanimity that will put every doubter to the blush and every enemy to flight What of a penalty No penalty will be needed tut the penalty of privileges ahused opportunites neglected and wilful loss What incentive rhei incentive of benefit of just reward for toil of an honorable place among men of a home established and a family provided forthe incentive of honest and honorable prosperity The voter that ignores his party action is a bolter the laborer that refuses to recognize the union is aIOsollb the farmer that would not acceptthe work of a convention of this kind would bethe future must coin the word The lessons ana successes of this year point to a full accomplishment of these great purposes next year PRESIDENT TO ATTEND Washington Nov IQ President Roosevelt his promised to attend the Louisiana Purchase exposition on November 20 He made the promise to a committee from btLonls headed by Mayor Wells The president will probably leave Washington on Thanks giving night November 24 Rod return on the 27th Some members of the cabinet are likely to accompany him 3 BRYAN SAYS HES READY FOR 1908 Says Party Must Protect Working Man And Protest Against A Large Standing Army illS REASON FOR PARTYS LOSS Lincoln NebNov DBryan gave out a long statement tonight which was intendea to serve as his comment on yesterdays election and as his answer reports connecting him with a movement looking to the formation of a new party He says in part The Democratic party met with an overwhelming deleat Questions for consideration this time are what will the election teach and what of the future The defeat of Parker should not be considered a personal one He did all well an he could under the circumstances He was a victim of unfavorable conditions and mis taken party politics by socalled con servative Democrats who caused de feat in 1800 and in 1100 to the party because ot the position on the money question but dropped it entirely yet putYIsuffered Wig Democrats Lost The defeat was due to ths fact that the Democratic party attempted to be conservative in the presence of condi hone which demand radical remedies The election has opened the eyes of hundreds of thousands of honest and wellmeaning Democrats who a tew months ago favored the reorganization of the party These men now see they must either go into the Republican party or join the Democrats of the West and South into making the Democratic party positive and aggressive and progressive There must be no middle round Bryan says ne will assist those who desire to Iptit the Democratic army once mote upon a fighting basis He will assist in organizing for the campaign ot IOUs Bryan continues It does not matter so much who the nominee may be during the next three years Circumstances may bring into the arena some man especially fit ted to carry the standard He declares the party must continue to protest against the large army for the independence of the Filipino tar iff revision and must maintain a position in favor of bimetallism It can not surrender he says Its demand fur the use of both gold and silver as a standard money of the country but that the queston must remain in abeyance untii the conditions are so chunked as to bring the public again face to face with the falling prices areI must maintain its qnetion and must protect the workingman from the encroachrnaut of capital and overthrow what is known as government Iby injunction SONGIFair which cost 20000 has been sold to the Chicago wrecking Co for K3ii5 It will be torn down as soon as the exposition closet The Toilers in Our FactoriesN- oworkmen in the world can do so much or use the same intelligence that our own Anprlean eanablenofAmerica is now beating the world in manufac tures i all due to the brain and muscle of our Yankee men and women Unfortunately where there is smoke dirt and dust and little sunlight there also can be found the germs of disease Natures great disinfec tant is sunlight It is In the factory the work shop the office that men and women suffer front diseases which arc in the dust and the bad air Such disease germs enter into the blood in two ways either through the lungs or stomach After years of experi ence in an active prac tice Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y discovered a remedy I that is a bloodmaker and tissuebuilder at the same time alleviates a cough He called it Dr Pierces Golden Medical Die coveryan alterative extract that assists in the digestion and assimilation of the foodso that the blood gets its elements from the products of digestion the liver at the same time is started into activity and there is perfect elimination of waste mat ter The germs of grip malaria catarrh or consumption find a fertile field if the body is not kept in perfect order and pureBecause stomach is diseased there is a diminution of the red corpuscles of the blood This is why one is sleepless languid nervous and irritable Sensitive stomachs groan aloud at the irritating cod liver oils but they will get all the food elements the tissues require by using the Golden Medical Discovery Tie Discovery it absolutely a nonalcoholic and non narcotic medicine There it nothing else just as good Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the best I TheyI IJ 4 THE ROME OF VINOL To ourCustomersWe to have you all know that Vinol is a new form of a very old and valuable remedy It is a Cod Liver Oil preparation because it contains all the medicinal elements actually taken from fresh Cods Livers By a new process we are able to make it without oil or grease and give you a real Cod Liver Oil preparation as delicious to the taste as a fresh orange Respectfully j SHORT HAYNES DruggistsI Varieties J Sons Berlin Hd el eelieu tilt iet itrieeNei eleNelaieliss s4eM i Very Rates via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i e vLouisville51520 i New Orleans Jackson Miss 1701 i TUkets ft SIS 20 Iltiumioiid La VIcksburg Miss 1430 November 15 e Round trip I Corresponding low to Intermediate points s IGood21 with oven i Only running through I Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW I TEXAS MEXICO ARIZONA and ot I Y fA qLROQ BEST LINE MOT SPRINGS ARK Descriptive Mntterof California Orleans Circulars Lands through tickets apply nearest railroad agent pvddress iIF W HARLOW Louisville Ky aeeGe5J L MOORMAN DENTISTOclzes Hardware Prompt attention to all kinds of Dente Won Special attention FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC NEED MORE DEMOCRATS New Yorlc N ov 10 Chairman Tagitarthad long conference with William Steehan Secretary Woodson it announced another meeting would be later in day when August Belmcnt Delnnoey are expected to be presentAfter norning conference Taggart asked accounted Roosevelt landslide of Tuesday there enough Democrats be replied Will party be gnlzedt reorallnlzatloncrnts Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Moines Iowa on an walk winter spraining wrist bruis knee next day IIhe they afraid would have to stay in rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm after applications soreness appeared Short Hay nee 7 J New Leading of StrawberryPlants ALSO sPeach Apple and Pear Trees SIN FllKK CATALOGUE G Harrison Cheap sold rates days stop Line iRoundi to the Southwest Tuesdays in lrstii monthOTO I9 Folders and Now descriptive of lu this South and to or I D P A Is eI OQlce over Store to CO a F and and was that held tbe and Nicol the Mr was how heI for the Oh were not tne nor I Des got a fall Iy last lute and ing his The says were so sore md stiff I was 1 bed but I and a few all had dis For sale by i All and Jon J on l and Third For A free bottle of Dr Thachcrs 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- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts or Hri and lullnlflln coun tics Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License tc pratlce lu United States District Courts Odlceover Hank jf Hurdlnsburg Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh el the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsa but this famous remedy cures all stomach trouble by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach uystII mIlforKodol Digests What You Eat Bottleionly S 100 Size holdlntSH tlmeithetrW size which sells for 50 eentt Prepared by E O OcWITT 6100 OHIOAdi Sold by all Druggists TO USE OLD SITE Frankfort Ky Nov 10Tho State Capitol Commission met at noon in company with Architect Andrews and his plans and drawings for a benuutlful new building were examin ed and approved- A smalll change of interior was orderedWhile no official statement is ob tamable from tbe board it is learned from a member that the building will bs erected on the present site and there will he no session of the Legis latureThe arrangements for the beginning of practical wore which is a tremend one undertaking letting contracts eto are ntder discussion which will be done as soon as possible DEBS BIG VOTE Chicago Nov 10 William Mailley National Secretary of the Socialist Party claims that the Debs total vote will reach 600000 Fo ur years ago Debs as the presidential candidate of the Socia list Party received a little over 87000 votes Averaging his vote over this State including Cook at 10 per cent he has 100000 in Illinois a a w- l r s 1 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Icnn survey your Lands write your Deeds und take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky +4 ++++++++++++++++++++++ i Do You Want V v Your ttateh made newt keepr1 F 10FIj ring with broken parts re IC1 pairedand made to fit1 I If You WantA t SiJt repaired und trade new lfjj conic to us und we will do M youI T j ttYou Will Want tjj to buy some of our lint jew t Ilry when you see the cx 5 eellent line we are carrying N + + t TiCr LEWIS SON J t Hardinsburg Ky + ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Past Mail nnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Eva yule- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarasconr Leave Louisville daily f except Sunday 4 p tn Leave Evansville daily except Sunday and Monday 0 p m Monday 10 a in Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship incuts delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 15ilf x58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and p A GOSH WILSON Supt z7 r rI JOHN S GULLEY II- jmmBRICKj CONTRACTOR ft- K Louisville Ky S z NEW R F D ROUTE Washington Nov 9Additon al rural free delivery service has been ordered established Dee 15 at llawesvillo Hancock county with one ciirrierarcH covered fifteen square mites population 540 PRACTICALLY WON Lexington Ky Nov lOW B Hawkins president of the Hurley Tobacco Growers company stated this afternoon that the fight of the company to control the Hurley supply in the state is practically won Our showing is much better than we ex- pectwlhe saIdIand mobile we have not got tbe requisite quantity of to bacco we will get it The work oC the buyers will be continued and let ters will be sent to the various county chairman explaining the situation so that they am intelligently continue their part of the work BALDWIN LEAVES FAIR tit Louis Nov 10 Following a heated discussion with the aeronautic officials over the question of compen sation past and prospective for air ship flights at the worlds fair Cap tain TS Baldwin inventor of the only aerial craft that has succeeded in accomplishing anything of impor tance at the exposition has packed hi a dirigible California Arrow for bhipment to San Francisco Cal and eft the worlds fair grounds himself l 7 7tt aW w oM H The Breckenridge Newslit WEDNESDAY November 10 1001 IRVINGTON The oyster supper has been indefinite lypostponedMiss Mudd is in Louisville for H weeks stay Will Biggs spent a few days here with relatives last week Clarence McUlothlan spent Sunday with the folks at home Mrs Fidelia Galloway is home from a pleasant visit to Hartford Mr and Mrs Loo Blshoff taKe in the St Louis fair next week Mrs Billy Kendall and Mrs Alice Baker attended church here Sunday Hurrah for the new town trustee Tney will find something to do now Bate Herndon attended a Sunday school convention at Raymond aturi I IanyMiss Etta English of Ammons was the guest of Mrs J T Lewis last weekMr Billy Keith ot Bewleyville has accepted a position with Jolly Gard ner Co Miss Eflie Coleman of Brandenburg was a guest of her uncle A B Cole man Sunday Mrs Manly Roach left Saturday for her old home in Grayson county to be gone indefinitely Misses Mary Mattingly and Ha nnal Pile Spent a few days at their respective homes last week Rev Hynea returned from Jefferson town Saturday where he had been engaged in a meeting- W J Pigqott has been confined to the sick room for several days with symptoms of appendicitis The pupils of the private a ibuol under the direction of Miss Edith Marshall will give a Thanksgiving entertainment Wednesday Nov 28 Mr and Mrs Adkins leave for t Louisville this weeK to make it their future home Mr AdKins is employed by the L H St L as a brakeman Uncle John Musaelman and Mr Jerry Ganane have returned from the Worlds Fair Uncle John says it was the mggest show he ever saw and was much pleased with his trip which was given him by the railroad company and many friends Quite a number of our folks went to Louisville 01 the shopping excur siun Saturday Among them were Mes dames Roht Jolly Will Gardner G F Marshall Mrs Willard Arnold Misses Mabell McGlothlan Veata Dav idson Eva and Eula Payne Mary Henry Maggie Carter Maggie Green wood Menu Rooerts Messrs Charles Marshall Robt JordonPomp McCoy Sim Payne and Lr Glasaiuck and Will bhellman Irvington social club reorganized Tuesday evening Nov 8 with about twenty membersDate of meetings Friday evening of each week Music games and a general good time will be the order of the evening with no restrictions upon the hosts as tach one may entertain their guests accord ing to taste and talents These rec reative meetings will not be cartied into an exc a ot any wind not even lath hour and are looked torward to with much enjoyment during the loug winter months 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 ate instantly relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol DyspepsIa Cure S P Siorrs a druggist at 297 Main street New Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universalI siitisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive relief and sub sequent cure for this distressing ail mont I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spok en of here Kodol Dyspepsia Curo was discovered utter years of scientific experiment and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by All Drug glSld v w BEWLEYVILLE Mi Wilson tins built a now barn Fletcher iiluntord left Pndtiy Timmie Albright spent Sunday at homeMrs W C Jolllv was quite sick last we lr- Overton Blanfonl attended the St Louis fair lust week P Our Sundiiyschool workers did house tohouse visitation last week kk Dr W Thos Cain of Falls of Hough visited his Meade county heme last Wednesday Earl Mattingly of Uartied and Miss Letl till Triplett wore married nt Uonnelton last Friday Mr and Mrs Hugh Hardaway en tertained their Bewleyville friends to dinner who attended church at Guston undaI a L SOU RASH Soothed by Baths w- ithuticure irSOADAnd TICURA eke Ointment the great Skin Cure For preserving purifying and beautify ing the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stop ping of falling hair for softening whiten ing and soothing red rough and sore hands for lame sore and bruised muscles incidental to outdoor sports for baby rashes and chafingS in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflamma tions of women and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves as well as for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery CUTI CURA Soap and CUTICURA Ointment rote indispensableS- old throughout the world Cutlcun Poip Me flint rIblIll f I ColurnbuAreropInetuUttheMrs Hugh Hard way and children visited her parents Mr anl Mrs D C Johnson of Garfield several days last week Thb farmers hell a meeting of A S of E Saturday afternoon They elected Dr PW Foote their president for the ensuing year The ladies otthe W FY H will meet with me in an allday meeting Saturday Nov 20 Husbands and sweethearts Invited to come too I went to Gaston Sunday to attend church and heard n good sermon by Rev Kerr A nice crowd of most excellent oeople wpro present and all enjoyed the services GoldenRod No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales Australia had an analysis made of all 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 iitn makers for coughs colds croup and whooping cough This remedy is for sale by Short 8 Haynes II RAYM J YD Born to the wits of Clint Philpot Nov 10 a boy Mrs Henry W Cashman has an attack of rheumatism The Sundayschool convention held hero Saturday was well attended Mr and Mrs J E Mercer went to Brandenburg Wednesday shopping Mrs Zorado Hendry IB visiting her daughter Mrs Thos Beard at Kirk Misses Blanche Payne and Bottle Mercer spent last Wednesday in Irv ingtonMr and Mrs Frank Mattingly of Owensboro are visiting at John MattinglysMr Lew Cashman visited her sister Mrs F S Barger at Fry mire Sunday Mr and Mrs John Mattingly and daughter Miss Minnie visited at Clu verport last wee- kMATTINGLYTRIPLETT Mr Earl Mattiugly of Garfield and Miss Letitia Triplett of near Irving ton were here Saturday en route to Garfield from Cannelton Ind whare they eloped and were married Both are of well known families in their Feotbns of the county I PMMEYER At Big Spring WILL SELL TO YOU AT STARTLING PRICES HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS Outing Cloth per yard 4eAIndigo blue calico 5c Heavy mens shoes per pair 94c New style ladies jackets in black and brass buttons 350 New style brown ladies cloth 49c New style ladies readyto wear hats 69c Mens heavy undershirts 19c Plenty of suits and overcoats at prices to defy competition Prices too low to mention t Bring us your turkeys and other produce i i IMEYERtAt Ioo1I AJf 1 h c t 1Hardin1 Chas Beard I Ernest Pate has moved to Balltown and trom there may mcve to Evans ville in thR near future H Blairs barn was burned down Friday morning just before day It is supposed some sneak thief set it on fireA A Miller has his blacksmith shop up and id rpaay for all kinds of work from horseshoeing to carriage makingThe urveyor was here from Ear dinsbnrg last week surveying Marvin Millers farm which ho bought from Louis Miller last week Chas Adkisson was out receiving logs and ties of timber bought from Chas Beard Mr Adkisson is tin allround timberman- OU Coon WIRELESS SUC JESS St Louis Nov 12Asthe result of a scientific experimental balloon acention made to day from the aero nantic concourse on the worlds fair ground the practicability nnd accur acy with which wireless messages could be received DOCU as to altitude and distance were satisfactorily tested More than twenty messges were trans mitted from the worlds fair wireless tower and received by the operator in the aerial cratt The ascent was made in the pres ence ol several hundred spectators As Kmibenshue threw the ballast over the balloon shot rapidly Into tho air The first current of air sent it the east whence its course veered to the south and soon disappeared in thl hazy atmosphere The highest point of altitude reached was estimated at about to miles BIG TIME PLANNED St Louis Nov 12The executive committee of the wordls fair spent several hours in consultation today with President Francis considering the matter of some kind of entertainment in honor of President Roosevelt when he visits the fair on next Saturday The purpose is to give representatives ot states and foreign nations un op portunity to meet the president It is probable that they will havea din ner or a reception The matter has been referred to the ceremoi us committee for dual action The Companion Informs and Entertains THE YOUTHS COMPANION USPS entertainment ay a means rather than an end convej ing always in its fiction and its articles some convincing truth or some contribution to the useful knowledge of its readers The 225 men and women enlisted to write for THE COMPANION repre sent an infinite variety ot talents and callings Through THE COMPANION they address not only the young and impressionable but the fatners and mothers of the nation The entire family claim n share in the good things which fill THE COMPANIONS pages Full Illustrated Announcement de scribing the ptimnpal features of THE COMPANIONS new volume for 1905 will bo sent to any address free The new subsclrber for 1005 will re ceive Ml the issues of THE COIPAN ION for the remaining weeks of 1U04 free from the time of eubsonptionalso THE CCWPAMCN CaimtiCEs Callendar for 1005 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkley Street Boston Muse A SONGS POPULARITY- St Louis Nor 12 Upon the very conservative estimate of throe times everv hour it in stated that My Old I Kentucky Home has been played on the piano at the Kentucky build ing at the Worlds Fair nearly 8000 times since the opening of the expo siton Nearly evey visitor who knows how to play on tho piano rattles that familiar tune until now offII connected with the building altrost become unpatriotic enouhg to wish that Stephen Colins Foster had never written that song so dear to the hearts of Kentuckians Dosnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper r apect for uld age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how revere and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to his perfect Pill 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store DOUBTFUL STATE TOO Indianapolis Nov 12 The official vote as repoted from the ninetytwo county seats in Indiana gives Roosevelt and Fairbansa u plurality of 02 87J THE SON OF EX US MINISTER TO ENGLAND Commends Peruna to All Catarrh Sufferers It ii e Hon Louis E Johnson Is the son of tho lath Rovordy Johnson who was United States Senator from Maryland also Attorney General under President Johnson and United States MinUlor to England and who was regarded as the greatest 1 constitutional lawyer that over lived In a recent letter from 1000 F St N W Washington D 0 Mr Johnson satti e No one should longer suffer from catarrh when Peruna Is ac t cessible To my knowledge It has caused relief to so many of my t friends and acquaintances that It Is humanity to commend its use to all persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the human 1 system LouIs B Johnson 5 Catarrh Poisons Catarrh is capable of changing all the Iifo giving secretions of the body Into scalding fluids which destroy and in flame every part they come In contact with Applications to the places affected by catarrh can do llttlo good saTe to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptom Hence It is that gargles sprays atom izers and inhalants only servo as torn porary relief LDo Not FAIL your subscription promptly cannot af to miss a single of 15he BRECKENRIDGENEWS 4 SATISFYYOUR IIE you want mohey for A wise pur you can gllt it on your note at 3 per cent per annum without moffgage security or pul Hciiy offrr limited flan exrlainil free Attend College start in bnaines buyn fnriniwii I home Address Worlds Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri YOUNG GIRL DIES Lora the daughter ot B W Whitenonee died at 145 oclock Saturday night of u complica tion of diseases She had been ill tor some time There were no funeral services on account of the absence of Father BrAy pastor of tlje church of which hor father was a member The interment was at St Marys graveyard at Mattingly There is but one remedy that has the desired effect and that remedy is Pe runa This remedy strikes at once lathe roots of catarrh by restoring to the capillary vessels their healthy else ticity Pemna is not a temporary pal native but a radical cure Bond for Dr Hartman latest book sent freo for a short time Address The Pernna Drug Manufacturing Co Columbus Ohio To renew You ford copy Desire twelveyearold I I i b r r J h r I 1DENTISTt t DENTISTNJgI nWILLI liE Af 1 lt J t fri iardInsburS 7 e1 VMif The third Monday in every I jIrjj rlIIonth for four dasII I II iY = it 1I 11 i WILL BR AT 1 S 11 jj ty t yrvington t j + 7 W Ii tK l Friday and Saturday of some 1MI ff fwetc 11 t IV Jj ft Will be prepared to do all I 11 fit fitkindsi of uptoda d II cl A 1ttryfrj J y li h Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Halt Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Over PiUS t t