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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt- Q t- rr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt Sew ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT llt VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1904 8 Pages NO 19 u I NEWS ITEMS OF RELIGIOUS NATURE Rev T C Gebauers AppointmentsGreat Revival at Garfield d Pastors To Meet In Louisville I Confirmation at Irvington s Work of W F M S UNioN THANKSGIVING SERVICE i iRev T GGebaner the field worker of the State Sundayschool associa tion willte in Breckenridge county on November 28 20 and 30 On Mon day night November 28 he will de liver an address at Constantine at 7 oclock He will assist in the district Sundayschool convention at MoDan iels on Tuesday which begins at 10 oclock in the morning and will ad ed dress the people of Glendeane that n evening At Harned on Wednesday st Horning he will hold ti Sunday I school rally and in the evening at L rIolock he wlil address the people at t 0ii Webster The rally at Harned will r oclocktAll Sundayschool workers in each lQ district visited lire urged to be present at the meetings held in their districts he and all people are invited and urged meetingsb 22SpecilIal Suridayschoolsk Garfieldhwhere a great revival is being con 00ducted at the Baptist church by Rev J T Lewis Up until Sunday there had already been thirty five conversions and the services will continue during the wee- kCLASS CONFIRMED Irvington Ky Nov 22SpecialB- ishop McCloskey held confirmation services at the church ot the Holy l Guardian Angel Tuesday A class of ten or twelve took their first communion MISSIONARY NOTES1 1Mrs V G Babbage will go to Owensboro the latter part of the week to conduct the annual rncetingon Sat urday and Sunday of the Yomens Foreign Missionary Society Owens boro District at the Main Street Methodist church She will be acorn ponied by Mrs N F Ferry delegate from the local W F M S and Lucy Adams delegate from the Clover Bbs sows the juvenile society Mrs Bib bage Is the secretary of the district Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsbnrg corresponding secretary of the W F M ib Louisville couferenceIdellvered a lecture Qn missions at the M E church South last Wednesday even lug X Tne ladies of the W FlI S are f bserving a week of prayei at the M JE chUrch South Jh JhSERVICES THURSDAY Union Thanksgiving services of the 1 t1Baptist Methodist and Presbyterian I tchurches will be held at the Method j ist church Thursday morning The sermon will be preached l IITbanksgivlng oclock un of the Baptist I l JJFath5r Brey will condnct Thanks f giving service at the Catholic church Thursday The service will be about hr same as the regular Sunday serI 11 i L5vi f1o 4w t FEST OF FAT THINGS The Pastors Snntjay school institute tobe held in Louisville Dec l gwill bethe richest fast ever spread before the Sundayiclioo l workers of the State A glance at the prns4emwill convince one of thteEvary piHqriuper5nterulent and teacher in the to should be pre will a sent Only pastors be entertained but board at reasonable rates can be se twredlt will be almost criminal neglectl jpr any Sundayschool woiker to miss t this unless there is some providential L season for his so doing Most pastors will be entertained for lodging and break ast only but full entertainment will be provided for those who ask ik For entertainment lor program or for r seeIntaryOASXOncAt 11ears thedhe Kind VQII Have Always Bought Wgnafare of 4 II JOHN HARRIS DEAD John Harris a brotherinlaw of Mrs S P Conrad and a cousin of Eugene Golf of this city died Thurs day night of peritonitis at his home at Cannelton He was about fiftysev en years of age and leaves a wife and five children Mr Harris was born and reared atI Tobinsport About seven years ago he went to Cannelton where he was employed by JG Dyer the saw mill man He did much work for Mr Dyer In Breckenridge county here he was well known to many people The funeral and interment was at Tobinsport Saturday morning Mr and Mrs S P Conrad and Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad attended from this city The Youths Companion As A Gift Whet other Christmas present can you choose that will give much pleas ure tor so little money as a years sub scription for THE YOUTHS COMPANION The Holiday Nnml and the Calendar joyously welcomed on Christmas morning making a good gift in tbenifielve are but the fore taste of a whole years feast to come The mind Is entertained with the numbers in hand and the imagination revels in the pleasure that each new week will bring until Christmas comes again If yon desire to make a Christmas present of THE YOUTHS COMPAN ION send the publishers the name and address of the person to whQm you wish to give THE COMPANION with 175 the annual subscription price stating that it is to be a gift The publishers will send to the address named in a parcel to be opened Christmas morning all the remaining issues for 1104 published after the subscription is received including the Double Holiday Numbers THE COMPANIONS Carnations Calen dar for 1005 lithographed in twelve colors and gold and subscription car tlncate for the fiftytwo issues of 1005 Full illustrated Announcement fully describing the principal features of THE COMPANIONS new volume for 1005 will be sent to any address THE YOUTHS freeI 144 Berkelev Street Boston Mass Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Taoiets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by Short Haynes CHANGE PROBABLE- That a change will be made in the schedule of regular Henderson Route passenger trains after the Exposition Limited trains are taken off is very probable but the officials ot the road nave not decided just what change will be made The Worlds Fair trains will be discontinued the latter part of this month and then the scned UP before the exposition opened will go back into effect with the changes that may ne made It is very pro bable that the old Cloverport accom modation train when put on again will ran between Louisville and Evansville instead of between Cloy erport and Evansville HEALTH BENEFITED Father Gee Ne haus left Friday fir his home in Florida after a visit to Father Brey and a stay at the Kain TnckEe Tar Springs Father Neihaus believes tnat his health has received much benefit from the mineral waters at the spring He was pastor of the Catholic church of this city about ten years ago and he was welcomed bacK on his recent visit by many old friends JAS JOHNSON DEAD JnsJohnson familiarly known about town aBDoctor Johnson died Thurs day of paralysis of the brain after a breif illness He was about fifty sev en years of age and leaves a wife and two chIldren Mrs J E Nichols of Shreveport La and Mrs Issie Fay of El Paso Texas The funeral was conducted from the home of the deceased Saturday morn ing and the interment was at the city nemetery Rev Cnristian officiating HAVE BIG WEDDING- The biggest wedding the colored population has haa for a long time was that of Joe Bradford to Mary B DeHavon on last Thursday night i of y ON JANUARY 28 A Primary Will Be Held By Demo crats To Choose Candidate For State Senator On Saturday January 28 1005 a primarywill be held in the Tenth Senatorial district composed of Meade Hancock and Brecuenrldge counties for the purpose of choosing a Democratic candidate for State Sen ator This decision was reached at a meeting of the Democratiocotnuiittee of the district on last Wednesday The candidates who are at present seeking the nomination for State Sen ator are the incumbent Gus W Richardson of Meade county and R W Owen and Dr J W Knox of Hancock county The Democratic committee had its meeting last Wednesday at Irvington The committee was addressed at length by the three present candi dates after which the date of the primary was set It was decided that those desiring to enter the primary would be given until December 20 11101 to pay their part of the expen se as entrance fee the total cost being estimatea at 000 The committee is composed of the chairmen of the respective county committees The chairmen are J K Wiles of Meade county E E Kelly of Hancock county and T J Mooro of Brecken ridge county ANOTHER BIG FAIR Chattanooga TennNo7 ItToday the announcement was made that a formal movement would be made to hold in this city in 1015 a worlds fair to be Known as the SemiCenten nial Peace Jubilee exposition com mouiorntinc the enl of thb war be tween the states if the assurance of aid from the government and various organizations can be secured FIRST TIME IN YEARS- R C Westerfield of Glendeane left Saturday for Corns Ark to visit his brother H G Westerfield whom he bas not seen for eighteen years Mr Westerfield before leaving for Arkansas had just completed a nice cottage on the pchoolhouse hill for Julian Brown Mr Brown is well pleased with Mr Westorlields work FINE J Stallman of Chenault and J H Pike of Mooleyville while in the city last Wednesday en route to the St Louis fair were asked about the progress beingmade at the wlI at Mooleyville which is being put down by u Pennsylvania company which is seeking oil They said that the well had been sunk to H depth of about 400 and that the drilling would con tinue The drill went through a vein of coal recently they said The company claim they say that the pros poets for oil at Mooleyville are as fine as in Pennsylvania HUNTED SOME Frank EnlIsh W R Rels and were at Stanley Wednesday ana Thursday on a hunting trip They claimed they bagged fiftr three birds seventeen rabbits and wild turkeys Harry Hills was at the St Louts lair last week A TWO SALVATIONS Two Creations One Heaven Three Hells Etc Doctrine Taught By IRev G 0 Barnes Hardinabnrg Kv Nov Rev George O Barnes the widelyknown Kentucky evange list is preaching a series ot seven sermons at the courthouse the first sermon being delivered last Thursday evening He teaches two creations two salvations three hells one heaven and two roads to heaven Fe denies vigorously that he is a universalist but preaches that everybody will tin ally be sived That Rev Barnes is a scholarly man IS very evident abd he cays many things that anybody can heartily com mend but to say the least most of his doctrines can not be denominated or thodoxIt Rev Barnes desire to deliver these seven sermons at the county seat of ever county in the state He has been engaged in his undertaking for three years and this Is the nine tiethcounty in which he has preach ed Hecollpcts only enough money to pay current expenses Whatever may be sauloif his semons they are decidedly interesting and original MULE SALES Vic Robertson of Hardlnsburg bought mules lust week as follows At PatesvilleTwo from J N Baker for 24Utwo M S Baker 225 two Jns Lynch 275 one D Starks100 one Keith Peyton fi115 one Dr J T Milner 5150 Lewisport one W K Thomas 5140 two Ed Waitrnan 2il5 two Lowery Smith 250 Mr Robertson also bought one norse from ins Lynch for 1150 and one 100 from Ed Gabbert at Pates ville and oneknowu as Flyer from R N Hudson of this city Last week Mr Robertson sold a carload of mules to Jacob Grim of Beth lehem Pa at from 00 to fi160 each MEETING AT A protracted meeting will begin next Sunday at the Cumberland Pres byterian church at Garfield The pas tor Rev N G Cundiil will be assisted by Rev Barbee of OwenHboro Do Not FAIL To your subscription promptly You cannot af ford to a single copy of the BRECKENRIDGENEWS I PROSPECTS- B feet Joseph Corriey two 22Spe- cialThe else GARFIELD renew miss ON BRIDAL TRIP Mr Layton B Perkins and Mrs May Wright who were married on I Tuesday evenIng of last week us was mentioned in the News went to St Louis last Wednesday morning to sven a week at the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition- Mr Perkins and Mrs Wright were married at 880 oclocs Tuesday even ing The ceremony was performed at the home ot the brides brother Capt Marion Ryan at 1022 Fourth avenue Louisville ROT Winston Hamilton of the AloFerran Memorial Baptist church officiating A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and rem edies for roar years Then Buoklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burn Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Short Hayne Drug Store r u Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK LATE SEASON The indications are that the open ing ot the tobacco season in the Clover ort market will he very lute A few crops in the dark tobacco district of the State that have been disposed of have not been taken by authorities as giving real indications ot how prices will rule The Otvensboro Inquirer says Throughout Daviess McLean Han cock Ohio and Breokenridge counties according to the best and most gener ally accepted authorities on crop conditions the tobacco which was cut early in the season is in better condi tion and of fur finer quality than the crop of 1003 In fact the early or medium harvest is probably of as good quality as ever grew in the dur tIm trict It will in view of the short cro command a good price and top grades it is asserted in some quarters however not by the big buyers will bring from 0 to 10 cents and possibly more Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines Iowa got a fall on an iy walk lat winter spraining his wriot and bruis ing his knee The next day he says they were so sore and stiff I was afraid 1 would have to stay in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had dis appeared For sale by Short Haynes ANNOUNCEMENT- Big Spring Ky Nor 22 Special Mrs Sallie Clarkson of Elizabeth town announces the marriage of Inr daughter Elizabeth to Dr W H Strother The wedding will take place on Dec 14at 430 ocolck p mat the residence of Dr1 W OConnor of Eltzabethtown Mrs O Conner is a sister of the brIde The bride is well known here where she resided anti she was about grown YOUNGGRAYE- ldred Harvey Young and Miss Mary Gray whose homes are near Dukes will be married oday by Fath er C Brey KILLING IN PERRY Tell City Ind Nov 21Edgar Drtrboe shot and Killed Henry Cody at Leopold this county sixteen miles from this puce yesterday afternoon The weapon used was a shotgun READ TillS Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have suffered three yeats from kidney and bladder trouble and one half bottle of Texas Wond r Halls Discovery has cured me and can cheerfully recommend itYours very respectfull- yJ N Roberts 1810 Maple at A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame hacks rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by wall on receipt of fit One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufauturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists NEARLY LOST EYE Forrest Dryden the little son of Mr and Mrs Marion Weath rbolt came near loaineg the sight of nis left eye last Wednesday while out in the street at his home A stone from a sling in the hands of another boy accidentally struck him in the forehead the large end cutting a deep gash just over the left eye and the smaller end hitting him just below the left eye MAY LOSE EYE Irvington Ky Nov22Special Leonard Galloway a young boy was injured by the explosion last Friday ot a dynamite cap which resulted in disfigurement to his face and hand and tht provable loss of an eye He is being carefully treated by Dr More man YOUNG BOY DIES Irvington Ky Nov 22 Special Forrest the sevenyearold son of Mr and Mrs Forrest Stith died Sun day morning The funeral was preAch- ed at the Presbyterian church Monday and the intern ent was at Cedar Hill cemetery FAKE ECLIPSES Forest tires at points along the Hen derson Route and in other sections did damage to property anti resulted in a d inse pall of sin ke causing fake eclipses of tne moon and sun several day slast week When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief out effect a per- manEnt cure Yon want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will coun teract any tendency toward pneumon ia Yon want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take- Cnamberlnins Cough Remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad olds stands without a peer For sale by Short X Haynes FIRE AT BIG SPRING Big Spring Ky Nov 22Spe cial John Richardson lost one of his barns and all of his farming machinery and five head of cattle by firelast Sunday night The origin fof the fire is unknown and there was no insurance with a loss of about 700 GREAT BANQUET- New York Nov 18 At the dinner which 1200 of the men who made speeches for the Republican candidates in the recen4 campaign are to give at the WaldorfAstoria on the night of November 30 President Roosevelt is expected I to be the guest of honor PLENTY OF SCORES PatesvilJe Ky Nov22Special Patesville and Dukes played the last match game of base ball for the season Saturday afternoon Patesville was defeated by a score of US to 17 AT L H ST L SHOPS Chas Berry has a position as machii nest nt the L H St L shops Reuoen Hawkins uf Tobinsport has a position at the shops ila the painting department TOBACCO SALES Tko Pickett House Louisville sold thirteen hhdsof Breckenridge dark to bacco at 5 M to 3 CO last week OASTOarAtBear thethe Kind You Kara Always Bough Signature of r I I The Breckenridge News II WEDNESDAY November 231004 I REPORT ISSUED By Department Of Agriculture- On Yield And Condition if t 1901 Tobacco Crop The report of the Department of A rrieolture on the 1WM tobacco crop Las l iren iHStied mid contnius much aiuaMe information For the Burley ciUtiht of Kentucky tho overage yield i er acre is estimated at 045 pounds and the average quality U2 per cent The average yield per acre n the dark tobacco sections of Ken tUky and Tennessee is placed at 823 pounds in the Paducah district 704 piund s in the stemming district 715 in the Upper Oreen River district Oil in the Dpper Cumberland district ands in the ClarksvilleHopKinsville district Some of the dark districts of Kentucky are reported as follows Paducah DistrictCrop in this sec tion decidedly the best raised in severs years although tere is a lack of vari ety of colors It is principally lark saitable for the Itnllinn market Average production greater thn last year Stpwining District Average quality of the orop is fair Medium size leaf clean large and darker color than last year The tobacco was housed in good condition Onethird of it is good oue third medium and one I tiiird very poor both in color and sub stance as it was cut green Fully 20 per cent more Burley produced than in luaI vs luuiy ot the crop in this district estimated at BO to 00 per cent of that if last year While the production IB greatly reduced tne crop will afford i gnd proportion of useful atd de arable tobacco Tpppr Oreen River District Early nttmg made tobacco of sod color and ength Late cutting was short and of nondescript character The trip of dark tobacco in the district is estimated at OG per cent of the 1008 cropI There has been a marked increase in the production of Burley in this sec tion Thonsands Curedff DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ou the recommendation of our drugI gist so writes C H LnCroix ofI Zuvalla Tex and used it for a stub born case of the Piles It cured me permanently Sold by All Druggists SUCCEEDS DUDLEYILouisville Ky Nov 10The dloI cesan council tonight elected Dr Charles Edward Woodcocn of Detroit the Protestant Episcopal bishop of Kentucky on the twelfth ballot The election of Dr Woodcock conies as a surprise as his name was the only one proposed at the night meeting after a j day spent in fruitless balloting with J Dr Frank Demonliu of Chicago I and Dr W T Manning of New York as the leading candidate o S T C aX Bearj theiia Kind You Hate Always BougllII Signature Ior DO YOU NEED A MEDICINE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTIGATE There is no one who does not need aI occasionallyThe are well known to every one such as consti sleeplessness many others of a similar nature Thousands die annually by not heeding the warnings of nature Many acquire sonic chronic disease from which they never rerover Many of these could be spared for years of usefulness by keeping in the home some reliable remedy anyfairmindeter remedy for the Liver known than SyrupTheof Btichu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium You know just what you are taking How many other fonnulas ofa liver medicine are published 2 Ask your druggist about this It is already prepared and can be immediatelyThe in the most skillful manner certainly superior to any powdered preparation known We also powdered supply you but this like all other dry Liver Medicines requires preparation Syrupisstrength as Liver Medicine in dry form andwill keep in any climate Your doctor however skillful could prescribe nothing better There is no opportunity for a doctor prescription in compounding the same besides a doctors bill and the cost of the medi cine You can be absolutely sure of the proper proportion being In every dose SyrupIfor 52 years and is prepared bra phar macist of 25 years experience in a labo ratory equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety If IOU do not understand your ease write toilai for a Free eatnnle bottle anil IfJr Thueherii MItnlth hook Olrr gyinjitoini for ailrtrc We simply auk thai loti try it at our cxiienie We know what it Ill do roll SALE nr ALL DRUGGISTS GO cents and 100ITHACHER MEDICINE COjj Chattanooga Tenn MEADE IMPROVES Brandenburg Kv Special In this town there is enthusiastic rejoic ing over the election of Roosevelt and Fairbanks People rejoice because they believe we have today in the White House the grandest president since tne days of Lincoln They feel that when the United States by such handsome majorities chosen him to be their chief magistrate for the coming four years she endorses his splendid administration They also feel that in Chas W Fairbanks they have a vice president of full president tint size Even Made county rockribbed in her Democracy thaws signs of improvement by casting only 411 more votes fur Judge Parker I luau for Roose veltDemocratic leaders now since the campaign is ended say that good times or general prosperity defeated Judge Parker Of course Republicans say they are right and go father and say he he was defeated uy the true American love for good honest government and his desire for continued prosperity BUYS IN HANCOCK Win Hale soul a farm near Pell vl lie this week to Dud Moorman of JJreek enridge county Ha weavillo Plian dealer HAVE NO MONEY Not Even Enough To Buy a Bottle Of Whisky Have Democrats Says Col Watterson Now York Nov 10 Henry Watter son of Louisville sailed tor Europ today The Sun quotes Mr Watter son as follows The defeat last Tuesday was too qouiploto to permit of hope for some time to oome I have read that Tom Watpon is Mining of bringing together all the differing elements of Democra cy but the wan who talks of carry ing out such reorganizing plans inI six mouths or a year is impractical Let Tow formulate Thats his btini nets But it will oime to nothing I can see neither Note nor future for the Democratic party until some thing comes along to break up the Republican party The Democrats were in power for nbout halt n cen tury until the slavery question split them The Republican party is now so strongly intrenched that it cannot be dislodged except by a great split in the puty itself or some great na tional convulsion like the civil war The talk of possible Democratic vic tory in 1UOSabsurd- It wheat dropped to forty cents a bushel and corn to ten cents if chol era broke out in the Philippines and yellow fever in Wall street or if some great national disturbance or natural upheaval whicn no one can foresee broKe out there might be some chance for the Democrats in four years from now The piotective sys tem maintained by the Republicans isns great aa oligarcnism us slave ryand some time in the future it will wreck the party but it IH likely to be years before that happens The Republican have all the necessary resources to hold onto the pjsition they u nv hove They are armd with KrogJorgensens while the Democrats have nothing but bows and arrows The Democrat have no uionev I guess it was Pull Dirk pull devil up at their headquarters during the caw paign and now that it is all over I dont believe they have enough money to buy a bottle of whisky ARREST ITSSO REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader cf this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula lth Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fever Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature i50 reward will be paid for any cast of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Kczema and kindled dis eases until Eczinc was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried frget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives reliel and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this p per knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co f Every now cash subscriber to TilE NEWS will be given a to Farm and Fireside one year free Every old subscriber who pays his to the Till BnEOKE mIDGE NEWS to Januaiy 1 1905 and one year in advance will be n years to this farm this offer before you neglect it JJEATJCHAMP DEAD- Mr Enoch Ueauuhamp died suddenly Tuesday morning while walking about the farm in cotupauy with Ins wife Mr Beauchamp was sixtyeight years old and had been in failing health for the post few years Mr Beuucluirip was in the Confed erate army and was one ot the best Known men in the county Ho leaves a wife and throe children win are Mrs Humphreys of Arkansas Mrs Hilbert ot Louisville and E K Beauuhamp of Indian Territory The funeral will occur Thurs day at the Beauchamp cemetery at Petrie Hawesville Plaindealor Mothers Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little one it has saved A certain cure for cough croup and whooping cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from s rangulation during a sudden rind terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quicKly re lieved and cured her and I cannot praise it too highy One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easycuts out phlegm draws out inflammation and removes every cause of a cough and strain on loangs Sold by All Druggists BETTER BUY MULES I A Missouri paper says Our advice to MIssomi is dont buy automobiles buy mules1 This blast of wisdom is based upon a prediction of government authorities that next year picked mules will be worth 230 and draft mules will be in demand at 200 each The mule has become a social and economic necessity As one enthusi astic writer puts it The mule is fittest hence it is bound to survive Long miter the last human being has been kicned oil the face of tho earth by the tentative prehensile flipper of a Missouri male that staunch animal will roam Arid bray through the hills and continue to demand the topof the market Kansas City Journal IMPORTANT DECISION United States District Attorney Hill has decided that newspapers that publish notices ot raffles or lotteries tor the benefit of a church or a society violate the Federal statures against using the mails to promote a lottery scheme or n game of chance and are liable to the penalty The decision which is based uponII a statute that is very comprehensive in its scope forbids newspapers from publishing notices of society orJJ church rallies either as paid advertising 1 matter or as new- sPROCLAMATION 1 1 Frankfort Ky Nov 14Gov Beckhatn this morning issued the fol lowing Thanksgiving Day proclama tienCommonwealth of Kentucky Executive DepartmentFollowing the action ol the President of the Uni ted States I Hx November 24 as a day for thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky I request that up In that day all of our people shall refrain from their business and worldly cares and bv chi tnitable and religious deeds show their gratitude to Almighty God fur His many blessings and bounties a to uir WINCdEJTEll1I FACTORY LOADED SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS Good shells in your gun mean a good bag in the field or a good score at the trap Winchester If andU Repeater Smokeless Powder Shells are good shells Always surefire giving an even spread of shot and good their great superiority is testified to by sports men who use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in preference to any other make ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM In testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand and caned the great seal of the Commonwealth to bo here unto ailixed Done at Frankfort this 14th day of 1004 and in the 118tn year of the Commonwealth By the Governor J C W Beckham H V MChesner Secretary of State II A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itchlne Blind nice llUR or Protruding Prey Druggists refund money IT RiOOINTMENT fulls to cure any case no matter of how longstanding ins to 14 days First YOUTdruJltlst McdlIMOVES TO NEW YORK New You Nov 10Tudfte Alton ll Parker recent Democratic candi date for president opened n law ounce in the building at 32 Liberty street in this city today At the mime time he announced that he hnd become a resident of this city that Mrs Parker would join him here today and that they would at once seure a home in this city He said that he hAll not entered into pnJtuership with anyone and that he would practice law a love CONGRATULATIONSRedlands Mr Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Friend Babbage Wasnt it awfully grand Roosevelts vie tory4 Congratulations on your fight for progress and prosperity Bpst wishes for your continued pros perity YourfriendClint Hook A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy obeeks re stored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of ITocogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation etc Small pill easy to takaeasy to act Sold by till Druggists NO DOUBLE TRACK An Owenshoro paper published a long article last week to the effect that toe Henderson Route is prepar ing to build its own track between West Point and Louisville instead of using the trick of the I C rail road thus making n double track between the two points Headmaster Hudson when asked about the article Thursday said that is was without foundation The old light of way owned by the Henderson Route Is being cleared by a force of men whore and sr charge of IEd English of I this city said Mr Hudson but if I ownIvine he says he has no knowledge of the fact I DE JARNETTE HELD Goo W Uilliland United States Deputy Marshal at Owensboro ar rested Robert DeJarnette a negro at Irvington last Wednesday The pns I loner was cnarged with retailing liquor without a license The allega tiou was teat he boarded trains and sold whisky to passengers DeJarnette was presented before Commissioner Cassin for trial He waived examination and was held InIy8b0 bond to answer to the Federal grand jury which will be convened in Owensboro on Monaay November 28 Falling to execute bond he was taken to Owensboro and lodged in jailCASTORIAI For Infants and Children 1The Kind You Have Always Bought =0h0- hGET of THE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports Cb TIlE MARKETS POLITICAL I I NWARII RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER I BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH a The Breckenridge News and Farm and Fireside Both One Year for 100 AND FIRESIDE is issued a month twentyfour numbers a year and has from 20 to 32 large pages FARM f each issue it is profusely illustrated with halftones It is the best farm and home journal in America Thousands of dollars are expended annually for expert advice for the farmer dairyman stockraiser poultryman I I fruitgrower and gardener It has departments for the good housewife fashion pages patterns good stories puz 1 t zles it furnishes a lawyer and doctor wit and humor columns and a young peoples department Examine they Yrz f r sample copy 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business of tbe body is concerned It was n most successful session and every member of it left with the firm con ception that intuo end the cattle fort a navigable river from Pittsburg to Cairo will be won I The association adopted a resolution requesting all congressmen who rep- resentt districts bordering on the Ohio river to meet in Washington before the next session of congress and or ganize for the purpose of impressin g upon congress the importance of com- pletingt the system of locks and dams begun on the Ohio riverI I Resolutions were adopted petit on fag Congress to improve the Ohio river to secure a ninefoot stage fromJ Pittaburg to Cairo to make appropriation tor improvement and completion of work already begunand to Improve tributaries to a nine foot stage The convention is to meet in Cairo In 1001i A Steamboat Trust A dispatch from Cincinnati last lweek stated that a series of meetings this week will be heM in tCinciuati for the purpose of controlling all the steamboat lines operating on the Ohio river between Pittsburg and New OrleansThe combination it aimed to include all the lima with the exception of some very small bolts The new company vill have a capital stock of about 1000000 Cured Of Eczema Mr Den A Briggs Glasgow Ky says About two years ago I han 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 tirely well I highly recommend Paracatnph for all irritations of tbe skin and would not be without it in my home Paracairiph aoothes cools and heals Try a 25o bottle I A 1rtMciit- Klftcrt fiats a nice umbrella youve got Lifter Yes It was a nrraGiit Kiftor IiUitH l Who gave It to you Lifter Nobody gave It to me but It hits an Inscription on it showing tint it was presented to John Fiones whoever thntJsIExehmige IInpplness The secret of a happy life does not lie In tho menu sad opportunities of Indulging our weaknesses but hi know ing how to bo content with whatsis rear t sonable that time and strength may remain for the cultivation of our no bier nature I Ail lie said Blnks What did you say to your wife when you got home late last i night Jinks My dear Dinks Is that nil lInks Yes She began tulklngllicu Cincinnati Tribune Votur Company t Soruor So your landlady objected to f Topnote and his chum singing duets In your apartment RoarerYes she told me my room was better thou my coiijpnny TYPHOID GERMS IYThef bloodflittle germs can be found as shown above r They are supposed to get into the water or milk we drink The germs multiply so that one germ is capable of producing V about one hundred trillion germs in twen hi t hours That is why if they ever get into the water supply of a town they l everybodydrinkingdisease There arc exceptions however and they are the persons whose health is perfect whose blood is pure and liver healthybodypoisons Recent Chicago statistics show that oneeighth of all the deaths in the past two years in that city have resulted- from pneumonia f The best advice we can give is to put thea body into a perfectly sound healthy condi tion Be assured that you have rich red blood and an active liver f r Many years ago Dr R V Pierce who is 1 ii I consulting surgeon to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y S c found certain herbs and roots which when made into an alterative extract without the use of alcohol seemed to be the very best means of putting the stomach blood and vital organs into proper condition t This seemed to him as close to natures way of treating disease as it was possible to go For over a third of a century Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has had a wonderful sale and the cures resulting from its use are numbered by thousands It is a tissuebuilder better than cod liver oil because it does not sicken the stomach or offend the taste It strengthens or renews the assimilative or digestive pro cesses in the stomach and puts on healthy flesh when the weight of the invalid is i reduced below the normal Accept no substitute for Golden Med- Ical Discovery Nothing else is just as rood If + F Dr Pierces fleets cure billousncM i wN 5L- i Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured Thero are seven main features ol heart dlseaso viz 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation 5 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will provo thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are eomo of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse- I have great faith In Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block One year laterIa- m still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find it a far greater medicine than you claimed it to beS D YOUNG D D 697 North Pine St Natchez Miss Money back if first bottlo falls to benefit FREEWrite us and wo will mall Free Trial Package ot Dr Miles AntlPaln Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what is wrong and how to right Itl Absolutely Free LABORATORIES ELKHARTALND An Inheritance of Gestures A young man In crossing Chestnu street stumbled and Immediately Jlut his hand palm outward over his eyes Why did you cover your eyes like that askctl his companion The gesture Is an inheritance iron my father the young mtin replied My father In his boyhood was cough In a lire and as the unities shot u Into his face he put his left hand pain outward over his eyes thus saving his sight Afterward he would put his hand in that way over his eyes whenever he got any sudden shock or fright I have lone the some thin Involuntarily all my life Cases like mine are not uncommon continued the young man lheruis in woman In Washington who never put her right hand up to her head lIeI mother broke her right arm early III life nod couldnt raise It thcroafte above her shoulder The daughter cnn raise her own right arm but she hovel doesA biologist hull a goat that he key chained to a pole The chain gullet the goats loft fore leg and she limpet on this leg slightly so as to ease the chains rubMntr In time she becumi a mother and her offspring limped on Its left fore leg all its ollllltimore HeraldI The IlliiMtrlnuN Hybrid George Stand or Mine Dmlevnnt tit famous French woman writer scandal Izcd her literary friends by weurin inons clothes A long gray overcoat silt herself says she wore a woolen tic nudauda pair of bouts Tho boots were her joy I longed to sleet with them On their little Iron shot heels I was firm on my feet and trotted from 0110 end of Paris to the other She also smoked in public cigarettes even cigars so that her teeth were much discolored It was this outward mauuishness that won for her tin title of Illustrious Hybrid How ever her lauds were beautifully fern mine It was says one who knew her a delicate hand all grace tact firmness and flexibility One could not dream of a more perfect combination of the French working class woman anti tbo aristocratic or royal lady hand It will be recalled that George Sand boasted The blood of kings is mixed In my veins with the blood ot the poor and lowly She was as sin termed It astride of the two classes the peasantry and the aristocracy A Cryptic Ailrcrtliemcnt The most successful of the great advertising merchants of the United States was the vender of a commodity known as Plantation BlttJrs He de vised on enigmatic line ST I860 X which appeared simultaneously In every American newspaper and pe rlodlcal of any size and also on the walls of Innumerable barns fences and trees One day nil the rocks of time Nll agars falls were covered with the same mystic sign Forest trees along the lines of the Pennsylvania railroad were hewn down to afford time passen gers n glimpse of the same announcement emblazoned In letters 400 feet high on the mountain side What did the cabalistic announcement conveys Not until the proprietor had made his fortune did he condescend to explain ST 1800 X meant Started Trade In 1800 with Ten Dollars He Wished For liar You see explained a young man ns he showed a pretty girl the wishbone of a chicken nt a picnic luncheon you hold here and Ill hold here Then we must make n wish and pull and when it breaks the one who has the bigger part of it will have his or her wish gratified But I dont know what to wish for she protested Oh you can thinly of something he said No I cant she replied I cant think or anything I want very much Well Ill wish for you he exclaim ed Will you really she asked Yes Well then theres no use troubling about the old bone she in terrupted with a full smile You can have met A- Ff Ltn FAIR NEARS END Kentucky Commission Preparing To Leave Fair EarlyThe Pike And The Trail The Kentucky commission began preparing last week to move earl and avoid the rush in getting away from tne Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion at St Louis which closes December 1 It is the aim of ihe com aisaioners that all ot permanent value and not the property of inlmduo exhibitors shall be kept together The furnishings of the Kentucky build ing are being sold and a contrac has been made with a wrecking company for the removeal ot the build ing The commission is required to tear down the buildings remove nil rubbish and put the ground in good condition within sixty days after the close of the exposition The Contrac with the wrecking company insure all this being done with some return for salvage To date there have been over 150001 registrations at the Kentucky build ingdemonstratlng thatone Expcsitioi visitor out of every nineteen has pain his or her respects at Bluegrass head quartersA Louis dispatch last week said As yet nothing Has deHntely developed about returning the Kentucky ex hibits to Louisville to be preserves there as a museum feature It wil be remembered that when the mater ials were being collected there was some Commercial Club agitation on this subject and a fair likelihood tha Louisville would get it But ainc that time it would seem that the Commercial Club has been taking a nnp and meanwhile Lexington antI Frankfort have put in lively bids with strong inducements The Trail Next Year Mr Lew B Dale as censor of tin Pike liar made a magnificent recorc for himself and HO favorably impress ed the managers and exhibitors that his services have already been bespok en for The Trail at the Lewis and Clarke exhibition at Portland Ore Mr Dales activities will contInue here until January 1 when he wit proceed to Portland to begin prepar ations for The Trail there Tin only Pibe show that has made good money is the Scenic Railway Fail Japan IIone of the most expensive has not had a profitable week AFRAID OF BIG CITIES ENGLAND LONG TRIED TO KEEP DOWN LONDONS POPULATION I IIMTM IllNNetl Tlmt Mmlv It an Offense to Live In the MulruiioIlM and Iroul- llllllltlllllM issued to lUNfrltt lie Size null Number of HullilliiKx From the days of Kllwibeth to lhog of Charles II the various Kugllsh gov liniments tried by every mucous withli their power to preserve the kingdom from the evils attendant upon a huge metropolis Time frequent out breakings of the ilnguenftervnrt1 culminating In the terrible visitation which carried off over 30000 persons the fear that with the deluge of build lug the population would be poisoned by breathing in one anothers faces the incapacity of the police of the time to preserve order and their utter help lessness In the face of mob low these were among the contributor causes which brought about a long series of vexations and annoying prohibitions In 15SO a proclamation was Issued prohibiting the erection within three miles of the city gates of any new houses or tenements upon sites where no former house had been known to have been erected Later came another proclamation by which it was ordered that only 0110 family should live In each house that houses erected within the past seven years and still unlet should remain empty timid that mill un finished buildings ou new foundations should be pulled down There would appear to have been neither order nor system in these vary ing proclamations which were Issued every six or seven years Thus at one time buildings were prohibited within ten miles of London at another as quoted above within three miles and while under Elizabeth unfinished houses only were required to be pulled down orders were Issued later under which louses which hud been erected several years were ruthlessly demol ished Further proclamations of the same period commanded that persons of livelihood and menus should reside In their counties and not abide or sojourn lu the city of London so that counties remained unscrved but these seem to have been of no effect until the reign of Charles I when they were renewed and definite steps taken to enforce obedience All persons of livelihood and means unconnected with public offices were ordered within forty days from the date of the notice to resort to their several counties and with their families continue their residence there and they were further warned not 10 put themselves to unnecessary charge in providing themselves to return In winter to the said cluesi e London and 1Vestuiimisterens It was the kings firm resolution to withstand such great slid growing evil Even this had little effect upon the public in its first issue cold a copious list was prepared of offenders includ ing a great number qf the nobility and rYkot r SSilver Plate that Wears YOUR SPOONS durabilitybeauty Ifthey looles mud gentlemen who were accused of living in London for Severn mouths after the given warning Mos of these hind made n pretense of quit ting the city to return again after u brief absence hoping thus to cscupi the penalty of their disobedience- It cane as It bolt from the blue In 1G35 when Mr Palmer a large mini holder In Sussex was brought Into tit star chamber anti lined 1000 for dls obeying the proclamation as to llvlnj In the country and remaining In Lou don after the prescribed period 1 was n bachelor rand he urged In his do fense that he had never been married laud never been a housekeeper am had UO house lilting for a man of tits birth to reside In his own mansion IrI time country having been buriial down but his Judges wore Inexorable and the flue was accompaniedi by n sever reprimand for having deserted his ten ants anti neighbors In time sumo year Information was filed ncnliiMt Sir John StioklliiK tit poet and many others for the same of fosse and suchI was the terror caused by these prosecutions that on all sides folk of condition and quality were tc be seen preparing for Might Into till country cursing the hardship of helm cdiillncil to their country houses null leaving town and Its pleasures behind To encourage gentlemen to live more willingly In the country says a writer of the times nil game fowl such as pheasants partridges ducks ass hares were at certain times forbidden to he dressed or eaten In any Inn In n proclamation Issued by Charles II in NMH one of the lost in this til rectlon among the Inconveniences set forth as dally growing iby the spread of new buildings were The Incrensi of the people In such great mimbon as to prohibit their proper government by time wontvd olllcers the enhance meat of the price of vltuuls the en Hungering of the health of the city In habitants and tho damage dose tc the tradespeople In the boroughs bj the migration townward of the popula loll tint it was nil of no avail Nothing maid stop time Increase of upstart London ns It was termed by some ol the old writers and the prediction ol James I that England will Itself lie London and London England is fastt approaching verification What would his lute majesty say now to those Kworms of gentry who through the instigation of their wives or to new model and fashion their daughters neglect their country hospitality tumid cumber the city a general nuisance to the kingdom Somewhat over a century litter In 1773 n bill was brought before parlia ment In which It was proposed to put a tax of 2 shillings in time pound on net rents and annual profits on ab Rent a Irish landlords tumid this would appear to be the only recorded attempt since to penalize absenteeism In any shape or form London TitHits TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tub lets All druggists refund tin money It It falls to cure E W Grovus signature is 01 box 25c UNDERGOES OPERATION Miss Koberta JIcGnvook of neat Cloverport who has been in the city visiting her sister Mrs Clarence Baker wont to Owensboro Monday where she underwent an operation In the city hospital She is recovering mind will be out in a few daysHun cook Clarion A GOOD GUIDE Fox THKrUKCHASK opA prKRAur elaborately illustrated 140 lle STEVENS COOK Thli manual f rraiiy reference describes tho most complete and varied Inc fsingle shot Kiflca Pistols Shotguns etc the output of one manufacturer From the STEVCNsMavnanl Jr rib of the toy shoot rr to tha heavy aneyStevenitiriet rifles uf the wnthtf ham pionshotsreldenlicaihigh standudofeacelience Is rigidly maintai- nedSTEVENS FIREARMSare sold by all si rung fronds and hardware dealers Ak them iurr ua eInsist on getting It Dnntll 0- iul off with siinetllni JUII as good The bet Out Stevens Arms are QtAHANTBSD FOR QUALITY should prompt you to to sura to specify this time honored brand Send two cc stamps foe Stevens Book and lint Puzzle I JSTEVENS ARMS O TOOL COP 1 O riot 4091 Chicopee Falls Mass USA I i f 1 ONONNOOOINN101010001 OOOONN + 10NNNN10 I Bank of 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CAMPBELL Mgr r R R po in II aC Co Ind u j = = r iThe most and only j Orstclass hotel In the 100 one block from tho jt- district and two blocks from it- the theatres N cars pass the door to nil parts jtm ot the O II neat r A = = = = = =1= 1r v 7 jT vi u i i LIVE STOCK a I i i 1 Chicago Eastern Illinois cltymaklngt ratotS 00N000001100000101010000100010010000100010110010DAN COMMISSION MERCHANTS ii1000001001OIOON0000101000000100000000000000NNaeroir FRISCO SYSTEM Double Daily Trains I BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING EVENING From LaSalle Street Station Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants SI Louis 930 a m946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines diverging entirely new and modern DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped with practical and approved safety Substantially constructed Stylish Comfortable Tailor clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers high grade fabrics Clothes rondo by modern methods Fit guar anteed prices Ex pert tailors employed j HUNSCHE Casper May Canneltou centrally located Only principal shopping principal Street city- Everything andrclcnn = I i AND Bridge Equipment throughout- A appliances made Moderate V G B ABBAGE Many years experience m set tling estates All collections reas Kentucky OneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc IAyethPills AttorneyatLawPUBLIC onableCloverport l IWakeDYEabeautiful i y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSj beJNOEditors and Proprietors === I ednesduyISubscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year i j Ug =i CARDS OF THAXKS over live lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line IoneyI in advance theExaminesignotifyr T T i When ordering a change in the address subscribers should g their old as well as tho new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1904 =NEvER argue with your wife just listen TUB now Masonic temple at llardinsburg is growing into a th of beauty told is the pride of the town and its builders It is a hand enterprising 1 TIE independent vote of Ureckenridge county holds tho balance ft of power Some politicians say it is purchasable but they are uiistak The maul who presumes to buy his way into an office in this county is Wf going to get beautifully left That day and time has passed This ap w IDgoingm ofFi engine the first he ever saw on a railroad It is a great iron hors TIl t lIe has one eye the headlight He feeds on fire He dosent like to j feyjCr1C = he came from or where he is going 1 DKATH came after a brief illness of paralysis to Col W C P Lexingtonhereone great est and most learned men He was a man of diversified talent cHsthtinguished as soldier lawyer statesman and editor His funeral Monday at Lexington was the largest in that city since the funerals LouihenryJ HERE is one of Joe Blackburns latest from the Boston Traveler Joe Blackburns friends will never tire of telling jokes involving the genial senator Joe wanted a pair of trousers in every respect nptodate TSO off he goes to the tailor and ordered them skin fit They arrived and Joe after considerable struggling got in them He got out sooner and off again he was to the tailor Hero the sequelThllt do you mean by sending me trousers like that1Jl shouted Joe You said to make them skin tight fired back the Jane tailor True said Joe I wanted them merely skin fit I can COIdownLelia To road the plans of The Century for the year 1905 is with most persons to decide to own the magazine for the list of artists at writers is more attractive than ever before Three serials arouse special interest Sand by Mrs Alice Megan Rice author of Mrs has Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch and Lovoy Mary a new novel fromthe the fascinating pen of Mrs Humphry Ward and a novel Rose 0Jthe River by Kate Douglas Wiggin There will be short stories too from the worlds best and most popular writers of fiction Rudyard Kipling Anthony Hope Jack London Marion Crawfor- Ruth McEnery Stuart Owen Wister Miiiam Michelson Irving Bach eller Booth Tarkington and scores of others Beginning in the December issue are Ambassador Whites reminiscences of his mission Beard to Germany from 1897 to 1902 one of the most notable series ofIrvingt memoirs recently published ed Tills SOUTHS FUTURE Wild T IT NEEDSl1A prominent Southern man of business in a letter to the NewW wasYorksaysSonothing for the future but defeat Tho time must come when sectional linesj willno longer exist but until it comes we can expect no assistance Sontn from Washington to improve our waterways put up public bnilding and protect our sugar industry for Until the South wakes up to this fact and our Southern States her become pivotal States or break their solidity we will never enjoy our rights or receive the assistance whichwe theAndKentucky to get in touch with the men and the people that do things get away church from the negro quit thinking about him and let him alone Democratic policies are no better foi the South than for the North An as this writer truly says Democracy is dead The assassin BryanI has finally completed his work and it now represents nothing Wo 15 admire policidontC9 are t 10 progress of the times All that he has ever said or done has proven nBIfailure The American people are not with him and the sooner 1ho pell L theDItr peopleMm TIlE POLITICAL SELFEFFJCEMEXT OF TILE SOUTH This letter from a citizen of Philadelphia touches on a matter of guests teserIOUSTo the Editor of tho SunSir If I were asked by the De anrdisMiUntilso that big few I men can be drawn into the Democratic party who measure up to tho urday large progressive issue which the whole countrys interests demand1 Miss the Democratic party cannot hope to be long in control of the Government Dw geneMrs We find the same general subject discussed in a not dissimil Mrs spirit by the Banner of Nashville in Tennessee That paper dra ariefrom the late election the conclusion that the South is wasting i itsMJ week political energies and neutralizing the great political influence it oug t N BBy w 4- 3rt11 r YiE rLrl to wield by remaining a stereotyped party tag The Souths solidity being taken for granted by the Democratic party no matter wlw may the position assumed by that party on any national question it ho- mesco practically a negligible quantity as a political influence Moreover its selfeffacement in allowing itself to bo used as a tag has the effect to diminish respect for it in the rest of the Union Elsowhcro there is active political controversy and in every State there is sharp partisan division In the white South there is the stagnation of uniformity of political sentiment lull purpose This is a great misfortune for the South in other ways than the merely political It is intellectually depressing The best intellects of time South ore left without the stimulus which earnest political discussion affords and Southern political influence at Washington and in Union generally once so powerful has now become relatively in nificant The Tennessee poTpolitical1e1efUdor but before iij can fulfil the mission it must rise superior to mere partisanship assert itself in the broad discussion of meat national und economic questions told become a potent balance of power in promoting and maintaining a safe national government on sound principles As it is now with the South supporting any policy which may for the moment be adopted by the Democratic party on the tariff on the throwingingrespectful consideration to which its natural political abilities entitle itNllw York Sun = f II KEENECIIRepresenting TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR rl IIDENTISTS OF t7WEIVtSORO m tl onealt II- e watt on all wIshIng lllglClass Don 1tstry 11 itUill be Here November 21 to 27 ty I I HARD1NSBURQ County Court next Monday I Dr J C Bush of Cannel to isi this week H A Walker of Balltown was 1 in city Monday vteltorof in sville last week Dr S P Parks of Webster was in town last Wednesday Arthur Beard is spending th week at the Worlds Fair JnoP Haswell Jr is spening this week at the Worlds Fair toRobert Smileyof Mookwas in townI isMondacon a business trip Miss Bettie Hawsell is visiting MissI Smith at Cloverport appointsitfor Rosa 0 verton The Ladies Club met with Miss McQary Saturday afternoon i HdThe parsonage ot the M E Shur been painted Ben Andreaon did work pupils of Miss Reid will give afrecital at the Opera House Saturday evening limodn visiting ner sister Mrs PercyM BeardcoMisses Margaret Evelyn and Lillian was visitors of Mrs Board at n last week Philip McGary of Cloverport visit his parent Mr and Mrs 1 S last week hiss Mary Lewis of Brandenburg the guest of Mr and Mrs C V Robertson a few days of last week Tho Rev G L King preached two excellent sermons at the M E church bundayto large congregations MondaysStephensport where she will visit parenst Mr and Mrs Q W McCubbins The Rev Q L King will preach sermon at the Thanksgiving ser which will be held at the M E South STARaBorn tolls wife of GeoKroush Nov boy Sheriff S W Bassett was at Irving- ton last week to the wife of Charles A Chap a boy Nov 16 B Hall and A B Cart are at work assessor books for J W Halls t J BJKrymire of Preetonvisited MrsWmMiluer Srone day last week Misses Dale and Lotye McClure were of Miss Brook Hall Saturday ofnand Mrs Wm L Robertson Satur Sunday ss Melissa Cashman entertained a of her young friends at Flinch Sat evening Daisy L Hall spent Sunday in =the guest of her aunt R A Smith Jacob Drown and daughter Mrs fastwat Cloverport visiting relatives Baehamhtwere I I I I r- f ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE HenryDoHaven subwI MFOn STATE SENATOR W WOwenttor State Senator from thIs the 10th dIstrIct Hancocklyaction of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Selby H torRepresentttvofrom totheguests of Mr and Mrs O C Shellman Sunday WORLDS FAIR VISITORS- The following people went to the St Louis fair yesterday Thos Sheeran and bride nee Mist Monica Whfatley Nick Sheran and wifeJames Kennedy and sister Miss MattinglyKirk WillSRoby Garrett U E Tucker Mook Walter E Henninger West View Misses Mary Joe Mattingly Margaret Rhodes J M Herndon L D Bishop and wife Irvington Misses Nary and Clara Ford Mooley villa i Arveil Frank Anna and Isabela Hendrick Mrs G D Shellman and son Nath aniel Bardinsbnrg Mrs Pearl DraoeMissster i Miss Lola Harrington Mnld rangh i Dr J B Frymelr and son Hugh Frymire ohMaj H B Hersey of the local weather bureau holds out little hope for rain Ha said yw sterday that there are no apparent Indications of a rain of any consequence tor several days This will be unwelcome iiewu for people in the rural districts throughout Kentucky where the pro longed drouth is already caotng in- nvenience and suffering Tuesdays ConnerJonrnal Because the liver is 4 neglected people suffer with constipation biliousness ckthetake hold of the system It is safe alwayskeTillness would be almost unknown Thedfords Black Draught is so sicknessbecausel nlivoranddrasticmildandhealthful bymere a harm Tho healthful action on the liver cures biliousness It has an in kidneysBecause poisonousaCids fromtheand virulent contagion results Thedfords constipationliver1 ofBrightsease in advanced 1Il s there is no cure Ask your dealer for a DlackDraught = IIBanII Incorporated Of Cloverport I9O3 Capital Stock 20000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1600 FRANK P PAYNE President MARION WEATIIERIIOLT CashierIIJ C MATTINGLY lee Pres AA SIMONS Assistant Insured against loss by I and Burglary fireII Interest IDepositsI I We cater to the wants of nil entrusting us with theirJbanking business We 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 h or ffi m r rand Sate Ii ff- fff i Breckenridge Circuit Court t Ben C Dieckmans admr and others 1 Plaintiffs AgainstFred I others IIDefendants Y virtue of an order of the Breck Benridge Circuit Court to me di l 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 SinkingCreek KyOneother 347 acres The sale will be on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with suffi cient security for the purchase price payable 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 toW jI atHardinsburg t LEE WALLS r MASTER COMMISSIONERII t ll BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT jjNKKm t tn n A tIrI r rtlft yy t CITY BARBERSHOPHAMMAN BUILDINGiCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY V 0ItItIti THREE FIRSTCLASS BARBERS 1The PublicOnly 1 J BreckenridgeCounty IfLJ If We dont use this machine but we do work t quickly and satisfactorily Subscribe for the NEWS To Cure a Cold in One Day 1M11vo Dttyd r Laxative Bromo ySevee1 t11Jg1 tr f 1 j J- I J t I Advice to the Aged Ago brings Infirmities such as slug- gIsh bowels weak kidneys and blade dcr and TORPID LI- VERTuns Pills have a specific effect on these organs stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as In youth an- dIMPARTING VIGOR to the kidneys bladder and LIVER They are adapted to old and young The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 231004 Dr Keene dentist JGef Younger went to the St Louis fair SundRY T J de In Hunt of Cnnnelton was here Saturday- A B Skillman was in Louisville part of last week J H Brown went to Glendeano Monday on business T B Squires was up from Owensi boro part of last week Dr J T Owen was in Hawesville Friday and Saturday Capt J H Rowland was at Ouster t last week on a hunting trip J H Pike of Mooleyvillo went to the St Louis fair Wednesday t Mrs Jno Furrow and son Layton were at the St Louis fair last week Frank Slaughter ot Falls of Rough lelt Sunday for the St Louis fairt A B Skillman entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday after noon Mrs Marion Ryanof Louisville has been the guest of relatives the past wee 1 JC Jurrboe retimed Thursday from a trip ot several days to the St LOUIS fairMiss Elizabeth Skillman was the guest of Mies Nellie Bnrksut AddIson Thursday Miss Theresa Crenshaw returned Friday from a visit of two weeks in Daviess county Fred Moorman and Taylor Bell of Hardlnsbnrg went to the St Louis fair Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Younger went to Union Star Monday to spend part of the week- jRblnnd Vessels ana P L Vessels t vot Hhodeha were at the St Louis j fair last weeK V Mr and Mrs Jas some returned Satuiday from a visit to her relatives atCanneltonMrs Smith and son John L Smith of Gaston left Thursday for the St Louis fair- e Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsourg t was the guest of Mrs V G Babbage j isevAral days last week Mrs Jas Buron left Wednesday for her home in St Louis after a visit tp j relatives In the county I Loss of Flesh 1 11When you cant eat break EmulsionIand butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have j IbeenMiving on a milk diet and want something a little more J11nourishing EmulsionTo take Scotts t fat you must eat r fat Scotts Emulsion is a igreat1trengthhave lost flesh givertI all body fat Scotts l 1Emulsion increases them all i bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con f valescents for consumptives for weak children for a- ll1who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natu- ralutonictt Scotts Emulsion for bone 1 f flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinI the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 400 Pearl Si NY SOC sj all dragw Dr R P Koene dentist is in town Miss Grace Plank was in Louisville FridayIf need any dental work call on Dr Keene Fresn oysters for Thanksgiving at the Englisn Kitchen Reolenned Timothy seed 150 per bushel Babbage Us Son J M Robbins of Union Star was Iin the oily Monday Fresh celery for Thanksgiving at the English Kitchen iMies Josephine Qnartuey of Owens boro was here Sunday L R King of Irvington went to the St Louis fair Thursday Thanksgiving dinner at the Eng lish Kitchen only 25 coats fascinators Toques uptodate price 25 centsBabbage Son If you want a good Thanksgiving dinner go to the English Kitchen Mrs J M Giegory has been ill the past week of pneumonia fever Miss Lillie Clarlcson of Big Spring has been visl inc her cousin Mrs J T SkillmanMiss Maysey of Stephensport spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Eliza Tucker Miss Bettie Hoswell of St Louis has been the guest of Misses Jane and Ella Smith Mrs J H Wills will spena Thanks giving with Mrs Lucy Temple at YelvingtonMr Mrs Ohas Wlttm er of Canneltcn were the guests of relatives here Monday Rev P L King returned Friday from Big Spring where he conducted a protracted meeting Mrs Geo Dowden returned Wednes day to Brandenburg after a visit toner son Darnell Dowden Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenvllle was the guest of Mr and Mrs Con Sippel while in the city Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Wittmer of Can nelton has been visiting her dangh ter Mrs Darnell Dowdeu Mrs Jas Mattingly went to Louis ville Wednesday to make her home with the Sisters of Charity Wheres the best place to get your Thanksgiving dinner The English Kitchen of course Miss Judith Miller was the guest of Mrs Geo Bentley at Hawesville from Saturday until Monday Mrs Frances Sawyer will spend Thanksgiving at Hardinsonrg with Mr and Mrs A N Heston Miss Lula Harrington of Muldrangh will be the guest of Mr and Mrs J W Weatherholt Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Jno Cody and eon Wm Jennings of Derby Ind left Sunday for the St Louis fair Mrs R L Newsoiu and grandson Harry Newsom went to Louisville Thursday to spend several days P E Harbongh and daughter Mrs Belle Johns of Kebobotb Ind went to the St Louis fair Monday Miss Addle Ditto returned Monday to Louisville after a short visit to her sister Mrs JD Babbage Miss Amanda Jeaue returned Thursday to Glendeane after a visit to Mr and Mrs U W Moorman Mrs R T McClanahan returned Friday to Henderson after a visit to Mr and Mrs 0 T McClanahan Miss Amanda Deane of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Nellie Burks at Addison several days last week Jamie LaHeist of New Albany was the guest of relatives here and at Fenley several days of the past week Mr and Mrs W I Taul and child ren of near tcwnjeft Friday for Oajt town Iud where Mr Taul will en gage in farming Mrs A B Skillman Jr and little son Louis went to Webster Friday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J R Mays Richard Wathen of this city and father Richard Watben Sr ot Bardstown Junction were at the St Louis fair last week Mrs G W Short gave a Inuoheon Sunday evening in honor of Miss Evely Young of Morgantteld and Miss Addie Ditto of Louisville Mrs John Long ol Normandy Kv was the gnest of her mother Mrs Wm Minor at Holt Saturday and Sunday while en route home from the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs 0 M McGlothlan Mr and Mrs S H fix Mrs Cacel N Dix Mrs Chas Simmons and daughter MIss Lena Miss Minnie C Hoyle and E H Shellman and son George of Union Star returned Sun day from the St Louis fair NoticeAgain I beg to remind tax payers that on and after Dec 1I will proceed to collect all delinquent tax according to law Save extra costs by making pompt settlementMarion Weatherholt city tax collector Mrs Fannie Lisbon Miss Myrna Tucker and Carl Lishen returned Monday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Louts Lishen at LaHarpe Ill Why go to Louisville to have your dentistry done when it can be done here at hometDr Keeno will take pleasure In giving yon hli prices J S ApesWe CherryPectoral tor and find out He will tell CherryPectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs dyers Cliorrjr 1prtnriil Is well known in medlcl110IIIKATIE ruTCiisox 1etalumn Ca- l2SQc81e0 JCYERCOAll lowelt Mass lrllIfor Lr Hard Coughs Ono of Ayors Pills at bodtlmo will hasten recovery Gently laxative PATESVILLE Homer Tindle of Duke spent Sun day in town Walter Powers of Goering spent Sunday in town Olhe Lynch was in Cloverport Mon day on business Mr and Mrs Snider of Midway attended chrnch here Sunday Prof M Coke of Henderson gave Patesville people a pleasant call Sun dayMiss liena Pnlham and LEMorris of near Weber attended church hero SundayMr Mrs A T Elaine and her brother W J Fawver spent Sunday in Stephensport with relatives Thos Hall of Texas in visiting his sisters Mesdames DClark EN Dean Martha Clark and Mrs D F Arbra Rev Galloway pastor of the M E clutch is conducting a revival meet ing at this place with the assistance ot Rev ER Bennett of Hawesville Neglect To have a good remedy in the house for Burns Outs and Bruises often causes serious results Para camps is the best thing you can have It relieves pain instantly and cures quicKly without leaving ugly scars It dots this because it heals from the bottom of the wound and is therefore better than the oldfashioned Salves and Ointments It absolutely prevents blood poisoning so keep a bottle in your home BEWLEYVILLE Mr ana Mrs Z TStith entertained several friends to ainner Sunday W B ArnoldMeades Spuerlnten dent visited schools in Gaston vicin ity Thursday Good brothers and sisters of the W F M S be sure and come to the meeting Saturday Miss Clara Jordon is making an extended visit to her grandmother Mrs Gross near Rosetta Mr Vetter died at his home at Mr Blanfcrds Monday Nov 14 and was buried Tuesday afternoon Miss Bevie Cain attended the teach ers associaton at Brandenburg Satur day This was H fine meeting of some of Meade countys best teachers Sev eral papers were read snowing the difficulties and advantages of school life Supt Arnold is making these meetings a success The Rev T L Crandell will d Uvi er an illustrated lecture liThe Ways of Life in the Bewleyville Methodist church Tuesday evening Deo 13 HP comes under the auspices of the Wo mens Foreign Missionary Society and divides the proceeds with them Ad mission SOcts grown people 10 eta for children Everybody urged to come Golden Rod L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A1 tstops at West Point only aulv eat Louisville 715 A M Coverport arrives Louisville 1235 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville OW p m Stops at West Point only Trail No48 ar rlvesat Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 045 p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesvllle 1250 PM arrives St Louis 610 1111 stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport JO33 am Evansville 100 pm St Louis 610 pm stops at Hawes ville Owcnsboro and Henderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 725 p m Etansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1106 PM arrives Evansvlllo 135 A MS St Louis 045 A Mt stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 420 a m arrives Irvington 815 am Train No4 Dally oxcnpt Sunday leaves Foi asvllle 340 p my arrives Irvington 600 pm Train No G Sunday only Fordsvlllo 0 00 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST BOUND Train No So Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1100 am arrives Fordsville 305 pmTralnNo5 Dally leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fords vlUe 1100 pm f ot i ir Writs r Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent u word per week FaIt SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Jus and Uusollnc Euglnes MARTIN OAIiLB 51tt 3rd Street Louisville IKy WANTKDTO TIIA D- EWAiTJTo trade n lot of horses und IL MI Heard Ilurdlns burg Ky FOR SALE1LYMOUTH ROCKS Fon SALECockrolls of the celebrated IIt struln of pure bred tarred PIp pairNrsLFun SALEHOUSE AND LO- TTOIiSALEChenphouse and lot In Clo Ky WANTED applevntJSper t 2000 peach trees at lOceah Send for list oftrees Highland Nursery dovirport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third ruesdnys each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Seas on ticket i i30 60 day ticket 055 15 day ticket f035 Coach Excursions to St Louis Vorlds Fair On each day except Friday and Sat urday tickets will be sold Cloverport to St Louis and return good for seven duys including date of sale 680 Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return Sunday Nov 20 on morning trains good returning same day AccountPresident Roosevelt visiting worlds fair at St Louis Saturday Nov 26rate off680 for round trip Clover port to St Louis and return will be made in addition to the regulearly authorized rates DR PIC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices The Miraculous Curative AGENT DRaDELMARS HEALING HERBS A guninntccd cure for Liv er Kidney and Stomach Trouble Rheumatism and many other ailments too numerous to mention in this spaceor mon ey refunred For further information or if you write to obtain this remedy call at Breckenridge News Office Cloverport Ky Or send Si 00 for full treatment or 25c for i treat ment t- oPell BrosL- EWISPORT KY SOLE AGENTS FOR KENTUCKY Ind they will send It to you postpaid When ordering from Poll Ilros piano cut out this advertisement and Inclose wlthorder or mention having seen Jt In BRECKENKIDaE NEWS Take DR DELMARS HEALING NERDS and be curedI LYONSMILLER- Big Spring Ky Nov 22Spao- lal Mr Harry Miller announces the marriage of his daughter Sarah Hortense to Mr Foster Lyons The wedding will taKe place at the home of the bride on Dec 20 Miss Miller is a charming young lady and graduated from Nortons Infirmary training school for nurses about a year ago FINGER TORN OFF BewleyvUle Ky Nov 22Special Will Jolly had the forefinger of his left hand torn off by a shredding tvacbtne last Friday I VtI Y4t1tfAIW I MEET ME AT NOLTES ttFor I IFYOUWANTGOOD I your Thanksgiving dinner you can get them from us and the prices are right In the way of meats we have turkeys chick ens ducks fresh pork etc Along the vegetable line we can supply you with most everything in season If You Want The Best In the way of fruits cigars teas coffees etc We Are Sure to Have Them J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY WWITlT r state offer send CADICKSGOLDDUST FLOUR convince hasnt for family Pleasing work sometimes CAD ICKS DUST FLOUR Your pound barrel Ca dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND is ssm sss-s o m o s4 es 4e I Cloverport Foundry and Machine CO II iJOHNi MARION YEATIIERHOLT SectyTreasVicePresII Our Foundry Department is prepared to make any shape or kind of from smallest j washer to a ton in weight machine shop and blacksmith departments we have tho best skilled labor which is prepared to make II- i j part repair break or remedy any misfit to which ma i 1Illineryj I and prepared to do any kind of boiler repair work j Wo carry in stock a general line of pipe and pipe fittings j 1 I I vuriIousIi IltIj I tention Correspondence invited J o s s41 c sumsys tus Our Store For the Holidays Is Your Home Congo in and make yourself at homo and we will show you tho BIGGEST BEST ANDMOST UPTODATE Holiday display of Jewelry ever seen In this county It you buy pres ents from us It Means a Financial Saving For You For years your will be appreciat ed and as cftcn as the eye looks on the lovely tem a warm spot Is renewed In the heart Our experience of many years In the business Rives you the assurance of the best and most honest Roods Tr CaLEWIS SON Hardinsburg Ky CITIZENS MAY SUGGEST Louisville Ky 17The con ference here today between the committee of the Commercial club andI the committee of the state senate appointed to revise the revenue lawsI of the was qnite harmonious andI successful Any citizen of the state having suggestion to iq invited to such to Charles M Lewis of Shelbyville who is the secretary olf the committee 1n fr Takes trial of to the average housewife that she forgotten how to bake good things the them all is discouraging but not when GOLD is used Try it today grocer sells it by the sack 01 casting tho In our any arc Rift Nov held one Farms For Sale We have farms for sale in nearly every county in Kentucky Write us for list oftfarms It costs you nothing to buy through us Now is the timo 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- CUflESWNEREALIEISEFAlLS PISOS CURE FOR Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists III IIIIE J CONSUMPTION Stnllman of Chenault left ttday for the St Louis fair and a trip through the West c 7wArvM M H 1 r The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY November 23 10- 01UNPRECEDENTED I Has Been Great Drouth In State This FallLast Report Of Condition Of Crops Frankfort Ky Nor 17The final crop report for the season that for the month of November has been Issued from the State Agricultural 1 Department It reads as follows The drouth prevailing in nearly all parts of the State is almost unprece dented in itsaeverlty From nearly every county the crj cornea that stock water is scarce and stock is being driven for miles to water In many places the streams springs and cis terns have given out causing a wa ter famine for man as well as beast There is great complaint that nearly all grass seed sown for meadows has perished for want ot moisture There Iis also apprenensiou thatt a large part of the wheat rye and winter oats seed will perish from the same cause The i ibut sown grain came up all right there nas not been suilicient moisture in the ground for it to make any progress The grain sown later remains nnspronted in the ground yet It remains to be seen what the effects will be if the drouth continues much longer + I IThecorn crop generally in the State I is a good one many counties report ing a bumper crop while others notably in the fourth division of the State report an exceedingly short crop The acreage of wneut was not in creased as expected only a tow counties reporting an increase above an average while quite a number fall much below The drouth setting in so early that it interfered with pre paring the land for wheat accounts for tht small acerage sown The amount of laud seeded to rye is a full average The acerngs of winter oats is below the average largely on a cconnt of the failure last season The tobacco was saved in good con dition Free from frost wormcut and dirt it ought to be a very useful crop While the crop is not a large one anywhere it is resorted to oe quite a short one in the first and fourth dis tricts Live stock aro fully up tu the standaul in numbers and conditions The apple crop for winter is less than a half crop All things consid ered the farmer has many things to be thankful for and can eat his Thanksgiving turkey with praise to his GOt gad selfcongratulation that it might have been worse Dotnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no wetter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to his perfect Pill Mc at Short K Haynes Drug Store- LENGTHY SERMONS Five or Six flour at 11 Stretch niid UlviHiunn Uii to KlKlit yNlxlil No KiifjllHli con re lItion would have listened to sari sermons as used to be popular in the Presbyterian churches of Scotland There Is Indeed n story told of a dissenting preacher named Lobb In the seventeenth century who whan South went to hour him being mounted up in the pulpit and naming his text Hindu nothing of splitting it up into twentysix divisions upon which separately he very carefully un dertook to expatiate in their order Thereupon tho doctor rose up and jogging the friend who bore him com pany said Let us go home and fetch our gowns and slippers for I find this man will unike night work of it But Mr Lobb himself was luminne in tile pulpit as comparedI to a certain Mr Tliuintis Iloston to whose sermons Sir Archilifld Jelklc has drawn utter tion In hits Scottish Reminiscences Mr Thomas Boston who wrote a book called Primltlne ot Ultima WOK min later of the gospel at Kttrick In a sermon on Fears and Hope Objects of the Divine Complacency Iron the text Psalm cxlvll 11 The Lord tak eth pleasure in them that fear him and in those that hope In his mercy Mr 4 Boston rafter an introduction in four i sections deduced six doctrines each subdivided Into from three to eight heads but the last doctrine required another sermon which contained a r practical improvement of the whole k arranged under eightysix heads A sermon on Matthew xl 28 was subdi vided into seventysix heads On this text indeed Mr Boston preached four such sermons It is more than doubtful whether any brains or hearts south of the Tweed could have stood the strain of such discourses But a Scotch preacher not in the present degenerate age hast been known to preach from five to sI- r hours at a stretch and sometimes r when one preacher had finished his sermon another would begin and there would bo a succession of preachers delivering sermon upon sermon until the unhappy congregations were kept listening to the word for as many as ten hours without a breakBIshop Wllldon in the Nineteenth Century ae ire FASHIONS BY MARIAN MARNE A Novelty in BurlapLike WeaveCombinations In Fur Beauty Development Notwithstanding the deserved repu tation of taffeta silk for cracking splitting and spotting no outfit is worthy of the name of being fashion able in whicn at least three or four gowns of this material are not includ ed We have hoped for better things from the ninny brands of silk with the word Guaranteed on the selv age but the result has always been the same a worthless gown after a few times wearing But at last we are offered a silk that is perspirationpruof and will neither crack nor split and we are urged to ask at the time of purchase for the oond of the manufacturer countersigned ny the merchant of whom we buy the silk to reimburse us if the silk is not all that it is rep resented to he This idea eliminates tne usual questions asked regarding wearing possibilities So the silk gown has certainly come to stay for her whose wardrobe iis limited as well as for her who could indulge in silk the wearing qialittea of which worn problematical Clifton Bond Suiting of which the town in my illustration is composed lends itself charmingly to tue prevail ing style being exquisitely soft lustrousand effective in the shirrings now so fahionaule and possessing the requisite amount of body to be successfully pleated ino the tremend ously flaring bottom without which no gown is truly smart The dark blue Bond Suiting frock shown is finished at tile edge of each pleat with a bow ot dark blue velvet ribbon a dark blue velvet waistcoat sad white Rajah undersleeves giv- Ing the gown its true cachet The strikingly handsome costume on the other figure here shown is a rich dark red Burlmgham the long coat having reveres ol Persian Lamb the same curly black fur edging the Chin chilla hat which in turn is matched with a Chinchilla muff a combina tion in fur not unusual this season Another unusual and very popular fur shown by Untlohn is a most per fectly dved imitation of Russian sable at less than a tenth ot its cost and tome of the smartest dressed women who enjoy a variety of gars are wear ing it with tneir handsomest gowns as well as for automobile wear Burlingham which is having such an unprecedented vogue Isa raw silk of Burlaplike weave which owes it great appreciation by cnr moaern modistes to their growing understand ing and appreciation of the truly ar tistic in fabrics Added to Its won derful wearing qualities Bnrlingnum which bears its name on the salvage is the most artistic production of today and as is rarely the case with novelties bids fair to be the favorite silk of tomorrow as well With the interest in the question of good health as a great factor in the development of beauty the harmful practice ot tightlacing is seldom in dulged in so notning need be smd on that score but the proper adjustment of the corset is notas widely under stood as it should be A good model of straight front cor setsuch as the C B a la Spirite should be selected and if it be brought well down so as to clasp about the hips with the lowest clasp below the abdomen the strings being then moderately and comfortably drawn together the corset instead of being pernicious will be decidedly beneficial to health as well as appearance Marian Murne Ailnmn Stolen Hit In one of the ninny and varied com rents on tho creation of women in the Talmud tho Emperor Hadrian is in troduced as conversing with Rabbi Gamaliel on several religious questions With the objevt of casting ridicule on the Bible Hadrian exclaims Why your G Jil Is represented therein us a thief He surprised Adiim in his sleep and rubbed him of ore of his ribs The rabbis daughter who was pres cut crnves permission to replyI to the emperor This is granted her Hut lirist let me Imploru thy Imperial protection puissant sire she exclaims A grave outrage has been perpetrated on our house Who has dared to In Illct any harm on the abode of u friend asked the sovereign Under rover of tie night an audn clots thief broke into our house took a silver Ilajron from our closet and left a golden one In Its stead What a wel come thief cries Hadrian WouM that such robbers might visit my pal ace every day And was not the Criiitor even such a thief as this archly rejoins tho blushing damsel who deprived Adam of u rib and III lieu thereof gave hint a loving lovely bride No other song DIxIeIhearts of all the Dixie touches them During the war John Browns Body swept the heartstrings of the north and their brave boys in blue The war has passed and time song Is passing Is al ready much of a memory But Dixie Is wore vibrant with life today than it was when it cheered the lean and hungry legions that were battling for I the lost cause It hue not only sur vived the war but slues then It has conquered the conquerors and echoes in the hearts of those that loved the blue as In the hearts of those that loved the piay It has the magic of the Marseillaise In it But it is without its clarion call that excited the red blood of strife It Is guy sweet serene indefatigable It may not be great music but it has the quality of- all that counts In this world survival and it is one of those ballads of n nation that the very wise man reckon ed as more powerful than lawsln dlanupolls News Articles not alone beautiful but useful and durable make the most sensible gift These good features together with a moderate price make the genuine 1847 ROGERS BROS SPOONS KNIVES FORKS ETC an ideal Holiday gift They are made in a great variety of shapes sizes and designs handsomely packed In lined cases and vary in price from 25c to 350 Your dealer can supply you Write us for our handsome catalogue CL to aid you in making selections IXTERVATIOVAL SILVER CO BieMiur to MEIUDEX HUITANMA CO Merlden Conn A Charming New York Womans Ex- perienoe Miss Rohrback who lives at No 73 Amsterdam Avenue New York City and is Treasurer of the Womans Pro gressive Union wrote the following story of her experience I am satisfied that half the doctors do not know what really ails their patients while you have carefully studied the needs of the sick and wornout and have skilfully prepared a reliable reme dy which will cure in a short time Two years ago I began to feel rundown the extreme heat of the summer nearly pros trated me and when fall carne I was ill prepared to take up anew the burdens of life I had headache backache and was very nervous scarcely able to sleep more than two hours at a time I was advised to try Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription and was delighted with the re sleepingsplendidlyvorite Prescription for eight weeks and then stopped for I was perfectly well Ever since then your medicine Yours Prescriptiontoovery truly Miss May Rohrbach To Dr R V Pierce Frankfort Ky Nov 15 In fug judgment the Cir Court in case of E B County Clerk against Brand The reason Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription acts as such are storing tonic and strength builder for- rundown women is be cause it fits the needs of the womanly organism It is not aspat ent medicine- in the com mon view of that term it is a readyto use prescrip tion put up under the direction of Dr R V Pierce who years age used this medicine in practice those cases where his- women pa tients were- rundown nervous or suffer ing from considerable pain at stated J periods due to irregularity or dis eases of the female organs It is not like many of the so called tonics advertised these days because it does not de- pendI upon alcohol or upon any narcotic I inI0Miss Nannie E Kyle of Volant Lawrence Co Pa had a somewhat different experience from Miss Rohrbach putI with the same result as has been the cast with thousands of women before Please accept my thanks for the good meJalsoatI generalhealthment in one of our papers I decided to write you for advice Received a kind reply telling me just what medi cine to take and giving other advice which was very valuable and which IA am sure assisted much 111 the cure I purchased Favorite Prescription and soon felt much better so of course con tinued its use for some time I would advise every woman in poor health to write to Dr Pierce for advice as he will take an interest in every case submitted to him and will send a kind letter in replyRespectfully yours KyleToThe diseases which weaken and tor ment women may in almost all cases be cured by the use of Dr Pierces Fa regularityInflammation and ulceration amt cures female weakness Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Ac ruled that is he gives of to to property which is maybe L cept ho substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak womentDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets should f t be used with Favorite Prescription 7 whenever a laxative is o requiredxi 1 Chas Boyktn of Acme La Concordla Parish speaking of his wifes experi ence says I write you thanking you for the bene fit of your wonderful Favorite Pre scription and also the Golden Med ical Discovery I that your reme dies have done more good than all the others that fhave used I thought my wife would die at times now am able to say that through you and your medi cine we have a fine boy two months oldiWeight three days after birth 18 Ibs It is a to the people to see my wife going about with a baby She is able to do her own housework can walk six miles with baby without stopping and feels as though she could stand allIday so healthy she can eat anything Before using your medicine my wifes j weight was 122 Ibs and now she is weighing 175 Ibs She only used 12Jbottles of your medicine My mother in law also my sister have been cured entirely of uterine byyourFavorite Yours respectfully Prescription C Chas troubleffTo Dr R V Pierce The first experience of often followed by a quick convalescence I which no hint of loss of strength u YouthIyoung mothers health and happiness brinKdifferent a I multiplied household duties and very often weakness caused by womanly disease tend to prolong the suffering of maternity and to make convalescence a processDrPrescription pre pares the wife for It pro motes the appetite cures nervousness and sleeplessness and gives a conscious ness of buoyant health It gives great muscular strength and elasticity and practicallyI I giving for mothers during the period of convalescence Weak and sick women are invited to Dr Pierce by letter free AllIcorrespondence is held as strictly and sacredly confidential privatelR V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes i 1no1 works wonders for weak women This purelyImostdelicatetain no 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any office says a Washington dispatch and any reason for misrepresenting or misunderstanding his policies or the motives which are behind these policies cannot now present itself even from the view point of partisan politics Those close to the administration say the President thinks that he has been misunderstood Aand misrepresented in tile South and r It is his earnest wish that an exact understanding be reached The policy of the administration on the negro question will be what it has been ever since Mr Roosevelt be- II hatjI beLgiven an equal opportunity in educa tional business He does not believe in social equality but on the other hand hn believes that any parson who desires or seeks to bring about any intermingling ot the races on a social plane is an enemy to both races The statement of his position comes i trom a source of undoubted author ity and the President when be comes to make a public statement I will bear out this theory Be holds wirh all his strength to the princi pies qf liberty PS laid down by Anra am Lincoln fill believes that there sou Id re i o discrimination in uusl less on account of race or should t e be any political disability on account of color If a State shall urn it its suffrage to exclude ignorant votes the law should apply to i whites as well as blacks No Idea of Equality The administrations closest friends say that the attitude on the negro r question cannot by any stretch of im agination justly be considered as fostering ideas ot racial social equal ity and that when this fact is thor oughly understood Southern people will recognize the justice of his pol icyThe Southern people say those jlose to the President have been misled by Soutnern politicians The President hopes that now that tootfi no longer a candidate aotual or prospective a perfect understanding an be reached Mr Roosevelt con Alders that the highest position within the scope of his appointivn power C after the Supreme Court and the Cabi net is the Governorship of the Phil ippine This office Is filled by a Tenu esaeao an txJonfederate President Roosevelts ideas on the negro question are almost like those of Judge Jonts of Alabama former democratic Governor of that State a former Confederate soldier and a faotninee ot President Roosevelts He does not intend to allow it to be truthfully charged that huhas dis criminated against the people of the south or of any section The Presi dentletRlt be known that it is his one intention tnat his administration shall give every man a square deal SEE THE POINT Breckenridge county defeated the stock law proposition V ell it has always been understood that cattle thrive better when bnncned and besides tile people up that way jijlwayswere fond of hornsHaw j Fesville Plaindealer = OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood lI All the blood in your body passes through fyour kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys are your blood purifiers they fil ter out Ihe waste or impurities in the blocd If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from excels of uric acid in the blood due to neglected tr r kidney trouble f Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady IIf r heart beats and makes one feel as though fethey had heart trouble because the heart Is kidneySSipoisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarySi t kidneystti but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin YS nlng In kidney trouble mistakelt I r and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers t SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized it stands the highest for Its I wonderful cures of the most distressing cases meritsI1 sample bottle by mall nome piiootSfre- e also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer t1 rCo8lnghunton N Y y Don t make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmer a Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y- oci0verybottini t 1 r p 2 Bad Blood Is responsible for most of the diseases and ailments of the human system It se riously affects every organ and function causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feeling and worse troubles TakE HoodsSarsaparilla which purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cqrCI Send for Book on the Blood No3 C L Hood Co f Lowell Mass LEWWALLACE STARVING Crawfordsviil Ind Nov 17 Racing with death to give the world in Irs own words the story of tile Jlfe which starvation is surely brInging to an end and which medical vcienc is unable to prolong Gen Lew Wal lace author of Ben Hur the II Prince of India the Fair God etc is waking haste to finish his memoirs before the Reaper shall stil the pen which gave to the world the boon that has been translated Into and recd in more languages than any othur except the Bible The author of Ben Hnr who iIs suffering with a stomacn trouble that wilt not oertnlt him nourishment has foresworn the outdoor recreation hi lived so well and spends every momen writing in his study in the hope he will finish the work he knovs well ivlll be his last A Heavy Load To lift that load oft of the stomacl take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digest what you eat Sour stomach belchingI gar on stomach and all the stomach that are curable are in tantly relieved and permanently curs xl by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sp Storrs a druggist at 207 Jain streetNew Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such iniversal satisfaction and is so tmrelj becomIng the positive relief and sub eqnent cure for this distressing ailment I feel that I am always sure to atlufy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how wellthe remedy is epok en of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vac discovered after years of scientific experIment and will positively cure all tomach troubles Sold by All Drug llStd BEER A SOFT DRINK The removal of beer from the 1ot 01I intoxicating liquors is one of the biet alms of the members of the Ex cutive Board of the Kentucky Brew ers Association which met yesterday in SeeiDacbs Hotel To accomplish this extraordinary task the services of eminent chemists in the United Statta pnd Europe have been engaged and the brewers claim that they are now in a position to maintain their claims and sever the popular impression roich through nil the years has held that the relationship between beer and drnnkenness is almost pater ml Wednesdays Courter Journal HAS STOOD rilE TEST 25 YEARS lioold original GROVES Tastoless Chill Tonic You know what you are tuklnc It ron und quinine In a tuHuless form No tsI no pay flO- cLUNG ELECTRICITY San Frnnnlsco Cal The eleo rical action of the life principle in the living organism has been success fully demonstrated for a second time with mechanical instruments It IS claimed by Dr Albert J Atkins rofessor of Physiology of the Calitor lin Medical College For several years Dr Atkins his been engaged iu B nly and experiment along tbis InsAbout six weeks ago he announced hat he had succeeded in registering electricalcuratnngs outside the blood stream by Means ot mechanical instruments The experiments jut made were con irmatory of previous ones with ad litionaltests on other internal organs It was shown that eachorgan has elec Aral action but the Iroat center of lectrical activity IS the air chamber of the lunge outside the bloodstream 1R WHEELER RESIGNS The familiar HgureoEJ3J Wheeler of Row e Ind will be missed hereof erin an official capacity at the Perry county farmers institutes Mr Wheel er retires after this year as chairman of the institute after having given such of his time and beneficial service to Institute work in Pery county t The institute ended its two days epmnn for this year at Derby Thursday UREY RETURNS Washington D U Nov 1iUrey Voodeon Secretary of The National Democratic Committee here today itarted on hIs way home He says hat the commIttee has paid all Its debts closedup accoants and has looked up Headquarters n lh 7f MEADE COUNTY t The StrotlierClarkson Wedding In DecemberBrandenburgs Pop ular Postmistress Messenger The engagement of Dr WHStroth er of Big Spring and Miss Uetti Jlnrkson of Elizthethtowu is an The wedding will take Inounce1 the residence of Dr1 W OConnor at Eliznbethtown or Wednesday December 14 at 4 IU oclock p in The ceremony will be performed by the Rev T H Morris of the Marcus Lindsey Memorial M E ohnrch South of Louisville Miss Clarksou IB the daughter of Mrs Sallie Clarksou and beside being notably pretty she has a sweetness and charm of Imposition and manner which has made for her a wide circle of friends in Brandenburg wher she line often visited being the uteri of Mrs HC Woodson and Mrs Geo H Casperke Dr Strother is one of Meades most successful physicians and is socllllJy well known and admired The landslide last Tuesday brought smiles to Miss Mona Price as it means four more years 01 stamp licking for her and she has scores of friends both Democratic anti Republican who rejoice with her W say it without fear of contradiction thPt Teddy has no more faithful or accommodating employe thou Miss Monu and if his entire postit service force were all like her he would never hear of postal frauds II Brandenburg is the only town in the state that we know of where you can go day or night and get your mall and it is due to Miss Price untiring effort to please the public that this state of affairs exist If any of the pie hunting Republi cans around town go to making a fibgt for her job we are going to turn our iatling gun on them Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales Australia had an nalysia made of nil the cough medi cines 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 Vas Chamberlains Cough Remedy node by the Chamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U SA Tne absence of all narcotics Hakes this remedy the safest and best bateau be had and it is with a eeliny of security that any mother can give it to her little ones Cham ierliius cough Remedy is especially ecommended by ItsI makers for ougbs colds croup and whooping cough This remedy is for sale by Short g Haynes SMALL POPULIST VOTE Frankfort Ky Nov 17 Returns ire being made to the secretary of tate by the commissioners of forty counties and November 28 has been set as the date wnen the state election loinmissioner and his associates will meet to declare the results Enough Is known to show that the Peoples party will not have enough votes to entitle it to a place on the ballot pitnout a petition at the next elec for It has averaged less than twen tyiive votes to each county On the ther hand the Prohibitionist vote is over 8000 and this party must con inue to merit a place on the ballot WHO CANNOT BE CURED Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Df 1iercerf Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay Ssoo in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Palling of Womb which they cannot cure All ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure I was a great sufferer for six years and doc physIciansbutGeorge Sogden of 641 Donda Street Saginaw South Michigan I had given up all hope of ever getting better Thought I would write to you When I received your letter telling me what to do I commenced to take your Favorite Prescription1 and follow your advice I have taken ten bottles in all also five vials of the Pleasant Pellets Am now regular after hav tog missed two years and luffered with pain In the bead and back I was so nervous could not eat or sleep Now I can thank you for my recoveryDont hesitate to write to Dr R V Pierce chief consulting physician to the Invalldsl Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo NY if you want good medical advice from a fully qualified physician as to your personal good health Such letters are always answered free of charge and confidentially A medicine which has outsold all others for women in the past third of a century and being recommended by all those who have used it is a good remedy to tie to Dr Pierces Favonte Prescrip tion is purely vegetable and does not con taro a particle of alcohol to destroy the blood corpuscles and weaken the system Do not permit the dealer to insult your intelligence by suggesting some other com pound which he recommends as just aa good because he makes it himself THE HOME OF YIN OL To Mothers of Ailing Children Many little boys and girls in this town are weak thinlegged hollow cheeked and bloodless We wish every mother could know what our Vinol will do for such children We promise that it will create flesh build them up and make them strong robust and rosy If it fails to do this we will cheerfully return all the money paid us for the Vinol taken On these terms its your duty to try it SHORT HAYNES Druggists and Leading Varieties CATALOGUE J ti Sons Berlin Hd seg SislJOt Oe sQOssseeesDet21a98tt7Q- Very Cheap via f S ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i w Louisville to 1520 i Now Orleans Jackson Miss JllOO I Tickets soldw SIS 20 Hammond Ln Vicksburu Miss 1430 Xovcmbur I15 Y Round trip II Corresponding low rates to Intermediate points I 21 days with stun over i Line running through IIOnly Sleepers Conducted Louisville Ex Z NESVZTEXASgf1ROP BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK iFor Folders Descriptive Mutter California New Orleans Circulars descriptive Am South through tickets apply railroad agent or Y to address iiF W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky i+ Lahyaoseeasosesssss J L MOORMAN I DENTISTI Prompt attention to all kinds of Dente Worl Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and WORK Prices Moderate Guarantied iCloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC SliiiipliiK Elephant An elephant I without doubt the most tlllllcult passenger to load of tiny In the world It rarely that the best of them can be Induced to walk aboard a ship as didl the traditional pair of eXMhants who boarded the ark To overcome their objection they are usually first coaxed forced to enter great wooden boxes when they are securely fastened and the entire out fit is hoisted with u derrick to the level of the decK and swung aboard More Coming In Mary Antii thought ye wurk tnf fur Mrs McBluff at 5 the week Brldget Sure I hov a nice Job now mid Mrs Jenkins at 4 the week Mary Ann But a four dollar Job aint as good as a the dollar wan Bridget Faith tis better ye get the 4Philadelphia Press The ComliiK Out The Housemaid Therell be grand loins over to Mrs Cashleys nixt wake Her eldest daughter Is coiuln out The Cook Faith that remolnda me Caseys ought to be comln out soon lies bin In over a year Judge c i Lhy f All New of StrawberryPlants ALSO Peach Apple and Pear Trees SEND yon TREE Harrison Rates Oood BRIDGE Satisfaction Special Low Round trip Rates In effect to tho Southwest First and Third Tuesdays each month I and of r of Lands In the and to nearest I nn Is Is or wor No It son on In u- f A tree bottle of Dr Thachers Liver null Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn rt UeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of thi Jourts of Ilrecitenrldjte und adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases und criminal practice License U practice in United States district Courts- O dice over stunk jt liurdlnsburK Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh tt the stomach are all due to Indigestion Koelli cures Indigestion This new discovery repr tents the natural Juices of digestion as the exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tdnlc and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of RiTenrwood W Va UTI yearKodolI for babyKodol Digests What You flat Bottles only 100 Size holdlnc 2H tttns th Mel size which tells for 90 cents I Prepared by E O DWITT A 00 OHIOAQ Sold by all Druggists Mnrkii on nook 1nnox If you look at tiny novel or other book you will see at the foot of sonic of the right laud pages either letters of the alphabet or numerals These numbers or Initials are for the benefit of the persons who fold the sheets Into the required size Sheets vary In size and are sometimes folded four nUll sometimes eight times Each sheet is a section of the book and the folder takes section A B C and so on till the correct number of sheets Is taken The numbers and letters will be found on every fourth eighth or sixteenth page of books the numbers on the pages varying with the size of the book A Town of Violin Slattern The only place In the world where violin making may be said to consti tute the staple Industry Is Markneu klrchcn In Saxony with Its numerous surrounding villages There are alto gether about 15000 people in this district engaged exclusively In the manufacture of violins The Inhabitants from tho small boy and girl to tho wrinkled gray headed veteran and the aged grandmother are employed throughout tho year In making some part or other of this Instrument r 1I Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Icun surreyout Lands write your Deeds sad take the acknowledgement at your home This wives you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Iast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Uvai yille- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville daily f except Sunday 4 p in Leave Evansville dailexcept Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday 1- 0al1l Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship meats delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154 linifi8 1th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GOH WILSON Supt r zIt JOHN S CULLEYll t jjII IY = BE A MAN You can make yourself taller straighter and broader if you will practice the exercises in this book X N9BFOXS ATHLETICLI6RAAYtMY EXERCISES DO YOU WANT TO CULTIVATE A MILITARY BEARING 1 THIS SHOWS YOU HOWl PRICE 10 CENTS POSTAGE 2 CENTS EXTRA RICHARD K FOX FRANKLIN SQ NYC SEND FOR LIST OF SPORTING BOOKS Cum ClrtoKi Promote Never hair IOc IPARKERS r puma oq pan I1nrtj room pnu soot JnP1llIJ jt1 olllrlOmop OABIJ sjotio st op Sou IIM uarlJ J raspnumoin tijjA poiqnwj rLOVELove is kindly and deceltless YeatsLove can sun the realms of night Schiller Loves n thing thats never out of seasonI3nrry Cornwall They do not love that do not show their love Shakespeare He that shuts out love In turn shall be shut out by love =Tennyson The greatest miracle of love Is the cure of coquetry La Hochefoucauld Love Is master of the wisest it Is only fools that defy him Thackeray Love never dies of starvation but often of indigestion Ninonde 1Enclos- Tho magic of first love Is tho Igno rance that It can ever end Bencons field Macs love is of mans life a thing apart tis womans whole existence ByronIt Impossible to love a second time when we have once really ceased to loveLa Rochefoucauld To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals and to have a dnfor once for others governs our manners Sterne v 0 I t I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 23 1001 BIG SPRING Ben ClurKsoa went to Louisvlll FridayDr Strother was m Klizabethtow Sunday Miss Maggie Scott is spending sometime with her aunt Mrs Morris We are reliably Intormed that ware soon to have a grist mill here to run regularly Mrs Julia Clarkson visited ner brother Otis Richardson at QuHton last Friday and Saturday Mr Wilson and Mr Sander hay moved their families here and are fin gaged In getting out hoops Mr and Mrs Harvey Jemiing of Glendale were visiting her father Mr Harry Miller a few lays last week Dr Strother was called In consultation with Dr Stlthof Ekron to see c p a p child of Roy Dowell last Wednesday Taylor Kasey purchased a house and lot here and will shortly move in to town having sold his farm to Mr LyonsJack Collins returned last Wednesday Prow a trio to St Louis and some points in Illinois where he visited relativesVirgil Hardin who was here visit nig his parents Mr and Mrs J W Hardin has returned to his home in St Louis Dr Ben Uarrof Louisville and his cousin Mr Oarr were here a few days last week with his niece Mrs John Metdor and spent the time huntingThe protracted meeting at the Methodist church closed Thursday evening with some additions to tbe church and Rev King returned to nis home at Uloverport Bert Williams of Cecolia is now with H Meyer he having found it necessary to increase his force of cletks on account of the trade and can accommodate all now Miss Lady UlarKsou left Tuesday for St Louis where she will meet her sister and they will vIsit the fair for a few days and then will go to Iowa to visit a friend for a month FranK Hardin returned from Fourth Bend mad last Tuesday where he has peen clerking in a large hardware store but on account of the health of nls parents he was compelled to come home to spend tbe winter Disasterous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrek and the same ausep are making human wrecks ot suffer ers from Throat and Lung troubles Bnt smile the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds evsn the worst cases nan be cured and hopeless resignation 13 no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of int ny whose life wall saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Short Haynes Druggists Price OOc and 100 Trial bottles free IRVINGTON 8B range for J2 at lollys Fresh Ralstous foods at Jollys Sip ranges for i27 GO at Jollys James Bolt n left Saturday night for the St Louis lair Remember Alonzo DowelFs hstock sale on Dec 11U04 Miss Ellen Munford is in Louisville for au indefinite visit Mr and Mrs W T Piggott were in Louisville last week W W Keith of Bewlevville is with Jolly Gardner Co Dr Bush will be at Irviiigton Iriday and Saturday Nov x721 Mrs Charles Redman and children are in St Louis enjoying the fAIT- H W Herndonof Hotel Hendeison was here Friday to see relatives Eggs 22c turkeys 19c chickens S to lOa at Jolly Gardner Cos Thomas Ditto and family of Louis ville are with their father John Cox Father Westernuin former pastor here isI critically lit at his hone in LouisvilleMiss and brotherot Owens boro are the guests of Mrs Taylor Dowdl D C Herndon arrived Friday from Cincinnati and spent several days with relativesThe season is now onIf you want a good gun cheap go to Jolly Gardner Co Dr Glasscock spent several days the past week at his home to see his lather m who is Ill Mrs George Lyddan und mother enjoyed a delightful day at Sunny Slope Wednsday Remember Jolly Gardner Co will have a complete li ne of Christmas goods in duo season Mr and Mrs Parka have sold their n place near town and are talkingI of moving to Texas TV Rev Williams former paster of the BISFIBURING HUMORS Of the Skin and Scalp Speedily Cured by Baths w- ithCUTIURA Soap to cleanse the skin ofcrusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle gentle applications of CUTICURA Ointment to instant ly allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and mild doses of CUTICURA Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single Set costing but One Dollar is often sufficient to cure Fold throughout the world Cutlcurt Sop 2Jc fooled Olnt mntSUelkolret5 k I In form of Chocolate Illli S5c vial of BO Depoti London 27 Chtrt r hwic Sq 1Irii 4 rue de laI Ilx t Boitnn 1J7 Columbui Af otter Drug S Chem Corp Sole 1ropi Of Stud tot The OrettUumor Cure Presbyterian congregation preached here Friday night Wilsons Airtight heaters are the pest See them at Jolly Garaner 20SMiss B Ada Drury will spend hanKsgivlng with her sister Mrs lobt McUlothlan Mrs Jon t Lyons spent several days in Louisville last week shopping and visiting her sister Mrs Kinoheloe Miss Maggie Rhodes Mr and Mrs Brady and Miss Jessie Brady leave this weeK for the St Louis fair Mrs Ira Thompson and Miss Flor ence Wheatly of near Gaston were in the neighborhood visiting last week J G Cos line of clothing is unsurpassed by any other in qual ity style and price It will pay you toI examine it Go to Jollys for Ralstons fresh oatmenl breakfast food PanKake Hour and syrup hominy grists etc Pure food is the stall of life If von want a fine dish of gelatine for any service try Ralstons quickly prepared and the finest in the market Go to Jollys for it Miss Anna Lee Bandy entertained the Social Club Friday evening at her home near Irvington Miss Essie Biggs will act as hostess Friday See Jolly s line of stoves rangesfur nitnre hardware qweenaware sawing machines harness saddles jewelry dry goods noti ons etc before buying elsewhereSee tine stock of footwea r Men women and children con all be fitted and pleased with the finest and best on the market Price and quality will pay you to examine Mrs Nannie Wathen Miss Edith Marshall H H Kemper and Roy Wimp formed a house party at FIlls of Rough enjoying the entertain ment of Col Lafe Green and family Mr and Mrs John Henry were call ed to triton Friday to see their granddaughter Miss Corn Lee Anderson who was dangerously ill at that time but at this writing Is much improved Miss hva Schlndler has taken a position at Jollly Gardner Cos and requests her friends to call and let her show them the cheapest and best stock of goods on the market She realizes the value of her services depends on her sales and the sales depend on the goods and her friends as customers Many Babies Die From Croup every winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by Keep ing in the house a bottle of Para camph When Croup is coming on give a few drops internally apply freely to the throat and chest It outs the phlegm draws out the fever and inflammation almost instantly It is safe and sure rMEYI3RAt WILL SELL TO YOU AT STARTLING PRICES HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS Outing Cloth per yard 4c Indigo 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 Bring us your turkeys and other produce I IMEYERAt I SpringL e v 4 STEPHENSPORT r W J Sohopp has purchased the Star Hotel and is having it repaired MifiS38 Daisy and Nannie Hill ol Union Star are the guests of their aunt Mrs R A Smith The Smith House was well tilled last week with traveling men Tnere were fifteen Wednesday J H Payne has torn away the old tin shop on Main street and enclosed the lot with a wire fence Mrs P D Hawkins and daughter Lelnh Belle of Union Star were iit town Saturday shopping Mrs N B Nethnrton and little daugnter Mary Louise visited rela tees in Uwensboro last week The ladies of the M E ohurcl will give an oyster supper at Jchoopt Hall on night of Thanksgiving- N B Netherton is having the hous painted which he recently purchased trom J W Jarrett of Dallas Texas Jas H Lay of Uas City Ind arrived Sunday to spend several week with his parents Mr and Mrs H LayA T Elaine and wife of Luxora Ark and Mr Fawver of Patesville were the guests of Mrs M Blaine SundayRev E B English filled the pulpit for Rev J 1 Lewis Sunday morn IngRAvHumphery of Louisville representing Western Recorder at night The business meeting Saturday at the Baptist church for the purpose of calling a pastor resulted in a unanimous call for the present pastor Rev Jas T Lewis flYSTIC Tne Mystic telephone line is about completedJonas has returned from Mattoon Ill Eli Robbins and Orb Robbins went to Louisville Sunday Murlin Basham who has been quite sick Is able to be out again Mrs Cynthia Payne visited MriB T Harrison one day last week John Avitt and wife of Lodibnrg visited John Beauchnmp Sunday Messrs Byon and Nelse Beauchnmp went to Mattoon III last week Messrs Charlie andWillie French reo tmn d from the St Louis fair last weekCash Basham whose parents reside near here is t expected hOlD from the army in a few davs Miss Hattie Cashman and nephew Hewitt left Sunday morning for St Louis to attend the fair Misses Nora Harrison and Gertrude Keys will visit relatives aria friends in Louisville this week Dudley He Feels Bad Who is stopped up with a Cold In the Head or Chest Quinine may make you sIcK but if you will apply Paracamph freely and snuff np tha nose you will get instant relief be cause It opens the pores stimulates the circulation and removes all con gestion fever and inflammation Paracamph prevents Pneumonia So dont lot your cold hang on Try a Mottle today TARFORK Born to the wife of J B Jackson ahoy Bennie Jackson has gone to the fair at St Louis Work is progressing nicely on Cave Spring church Burlson Barbee 18 erecting barn for Ed Hhiton Nat Rice is yet confined to his home ou account of ill health Ed Hinton is making quite an im provement remodeling his house Mrs Hawkins her son and fancilyof Ohio county visited her daughter Mrs C 14Goff last week L C Taul Norvin Chancellor Raymond and Les Ihirdett have return Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important is a healthy notion of these organs They are a ninunly attended by loss i r energy lack of courage and sometimes by gloomy foreboding and de spondency SI had pains in my bacK could not sleep end when I got up In the morning felt worse than the night before I began tak ng Hoods Kursaparlllu and now I cun sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Snrsaparllln MRS J N PERRY care 11 S Copeland Pike toad Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system HAPPY AND HEALTHY A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by JPeruiia A Miss Florence K Kcnah 431 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes tlungstook medicine without benefit until my digestive organs became upset andmy head and back began to ache severely and frequently cl was advised to try Peruna and although I had little faith I felt so sick that I was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief at once and I felt that 1 had the right medicine at last Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since er I now have the greatest faith In Peruna F E KENAnI should bewaro of contract WOMEN The cold wind and rain slush and mud of winter arc espe cially conducive to catarrhal derange ments Few women escape Upon the first symptoms of catching cold Fcruna should bo taken It forti fies tho system against colds and ca tarrhTho following letter gives ono young yromans experience with Peruna Miss Roso Gcrbing is apopular society woman of Crown Point Ind and she writes tho following- Recently I took a long drlvo in tho country and being too thinly clad 1 caught a bad cold which settled on my lungs and which I could not seem to shako off I had heard a great deal oCI Fcruna for colds and catarrh and Ii ed from the St Louis Scum Mrs T II Bates returned Thursday from a two weeks visit to her son at Owensboro and parents at Wbitesville Mrs L C Taul Mrs Mary Dunn Mrs Jas Dunn and Mrs O W Rice are alt up after a recent spell of sickness This neighborhood can boast of one of the nicest count y rchoulhouses and the nicest church exclusive of towns in the county Master Sjtylie Keenan was thrown from a mule and sustained n painful though nt serious injury He is nurs ing an arm in a sling as the result Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick w Ith kidney trouble I tried all sorts ot medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try tint After taking a tew doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neural 18 Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility Tdis is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only GOo at Short Haynes Drug gists Hardins SchoolHouse Milton Pate has been repairing bis house the past week Wm Tuul one of our best citizens has sold out and moved to Oaktowifnd Orrin Hardin returned from the worlds fair Monday Orrin says he saw a plenty Nat Taul and Mrs Mlna Duncan were married last Thursday and went to Louisville for their honeymoon- Mr Sspp wis in our community looking for a farm for sale Mr Kennedy and M Sapp are talking trade some Mr Wiiichell of Hardinsburg lira bought Chins Smiths farm and Mr Smith anticipates locating in Oregon soon OM Coon BUY STOCK OF GOODS Big SprlngKy Nov 22Special Charles und John Morris nave purchased the stock of goods of A R Morris deceasedand will continue to oonduot ths ousiness at the same stand John Morris will he in charge and he has just returned from Louisville where ho had b3en buying a new stodk of goods Mrs J D Gregory was in LenIs ville lbursday and Friday I bought a bottle to try I am pleas that I did for it brought speedy relic rr- It only took about two bottles and l considered this moneywell spent IYounot only ad Iso its uso to my friends but have purchased several bottlcato give to thoso without tho means to buy and havo noticed without exception that it has brought about a speedy euro whomever it has been usedMiss Rose GerbingIf do not derive prompt and antis factory results from tho uso of Peruna write at onto to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0- rBIG ELECTION BETS Gov Olell ot New York won fully 1300000 in election bets in the state campaign according to Statements of brokers who handled part of the money and who are busy collect- Ing the money to pay From the lame source it was learned that EEi Harriman won more than 200000 fon Higgins und Maurice MenJhatn the broker 150000 Autrust Belmont was reputed to be the biggest loser having placed 250000 on Parker and Herrick in the state through Porter Co Form er Congressman Jefferson M Levy lost 100000 on Herrick and Senator Revnolds lost 50000 SATISFYYOUR t If you want money for a wise pur pose you can gitt it on your note at 3 per cent per annum without mortgage security or publicity offer limited Plan exrlaimd i free Attend college start in business buya farm own a home Addresspt 1Worlds Desire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri I flfH DrJGBushiJ jc H DENTIST i W- jj ft WILL BE AT 1 I ri ij ijH rdinsbvrg rIIJI jjrThe third Monday in every jj mouth for four f I tr- r = daysmm m tfi WILL BRA- TIrvington r miji- jf X Friday and Saturday of same jY f yI wekbAbAIi 1 fu1h ft1 Will be y 1 ttkinds1 of uptodal lrfl dentistry 1 1 m 1 m Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and aHalf Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ven Cent package of Groves Block Root Uver PiUs I I1f