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TgriIPiiiii o P I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i w IIALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT fr IYOLo XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1904 8 Pages NO20III NEW TIME CARD J Went into Effect Sunday On lien derson RouteSix Changes Are Made In Trains newdinederson Route Changes are made in the schedules of four passenger trains two are discontinued and two put into commission The schedules of only two or the eight daily passenger trains are not atleoted Train No 47 which formerly left Louisville at 7 a m arriving here at 048 made its last rnn Sunday morning and made its first run Mon day morning from this city to Evansville as the Cloverport accommodation It will make the schedule it did before the Worlds Fair special trains were put on the road with the excep tion that it will not return to Clover port untillhlGp m when it formerly returned at 0 pm No 47 leaves Cloverport nt Op m arrives at Evansvllle at 0 a m and leaves Evansville as No 48 at 0 p m Train No 41 known as theExposT tlon Limited now stops for passengers at all points Rust of Cloverport for points test of Oloverport and stops to discharge them No 41 leaves Louis ville at 8 a m arrives at Cloverportttt at 1C 25 a m and at St Louis at 720 p mNo 44the companion trainf leaves St Louis at 820 a m arrives at Cloverport at 448 p m and at Lonlsvllle at 7 25 p m No 44 will J stop on signal at all points west of Cloverport to take passengers for all points east of Cloverport Nos 41 and 44 formerly stopped only at West Point Cloverport Hawcsville Owens t boro and Henderson No 42 now arrives here from Evans I villa at 045 a m nine minutes ear her than formerly No 48 which tormerly reached here at 725 pm now arrives at 728 There are no changes in t email and express trains or in the schedules I of NOB 45 and 40 the fast night St I Louis trains I 1Trams No 41 and No 44 have proved very popular during the fall and summer and have done an immense worlds fair business On Fordsvllle Branch The schedules of every train OH thA Fordsville ranch have been changed The present schedules can be obtained by referring to the revised time card on page 5 of this issue I HAS STOOD rile TEST 25 YEARS Thoold original GROVES Tasteless dillTonic YCIlf know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In u tuneless form No cureIno pay We WAS AT STEPHENSPORTE- dgar Jarboe who shot and killed Henry Cody near Leopold Perry ounty Ind on Sunday November 20 WAS apprehended last week at Pidncah by local authorities and Sheriff Cunningham who had foll owed Jarboe sown the Henderson iloute Monday night returnel with liiin Wednesday to Cannelton and placed him in jail Jarboe will maket out a case of selfdefense After doing the shootin Jarboet went to Rome Ind where he put up- nt y i the hotel for the night Monday f morning ne crossed over toj Stephens port and took a Henderson Route trainI for Paducah f Liverfare troubles and constipation itatomaoh by Short Haynes BEN BRASHEAR DEAD Hen Brushear Known to his many old friends here as Rusty diedI Saturday at his home at West Point of comma ptiou after an illness of abuut two years livery effort hadI been made to cure him of the dreadI disease He spent several months of Isis illness in a government hospitalI t in New Mexico When he returned to West Point he slept outdoors in a a tent in the yard at his home sRuBty Brashear WPS one of the 1st ahdmbst popular empluyes the ienderson Route ever had From about 1800 to 1001 he male his home in city whllene was fireman and then engineer on the Henderson Route Mr Brashear wis a brother of Jule Brashear of West Point inspector of bridges for the Henderson Route The funeral of Mr Brashear was Y held at West Point Sunday i ERROR IN COST Through a typographical error it stated Iin the News lust week that the total coat of the Damourutio primary for State Senatoron January 28 would beHtO50 It should have been 050 PROGRAM GIVEN AT AN IRVINGTON HOME Irvington KyNov 20 SpeololA In the afternoon of Nov the spacious parlors of the Plggott resi dence were opened to patrons and friends of the private school and the following program was rendered making the afternoon a very pleasant one and the entertainment an unqualified success PROGRAM My Country Tis of Thee Class Prayer Rev Hynes Essay Claire Jolly Recitation Miss Eva McGlothla- nDnetPianoMisses Mabel McGloth lau and Vesta Davidson Meeting of Maseasoit Walter Pig gottand Captain WinslowMorris McCoy Recitation Katherine Wimp Piano 1J010labellIcGlothlan- RecltatlonAgues Hynes Instrumental solo Claire Jollv ReCItationEliza Piggott Illness of Massasolt I Battle Hymn of the Republic Neglect To have a good remedy in the house for Burns Cuts and Bruises a often causes serious results Para campn is the nest thing you can have It relieves path Instantly and cures quicKly without leaving ugly scars It dors this because it heals from the bottOm of the wound and is therefore better than the oldfashioned Salves Ointments It absolutely prevents bloodpoisoning so keep a bottle in your home IT WILL PAY YOU TOO A mecrhant in a neighboring town states that his advertising last year cost him 54 cents for every 200 worth of goods sold He used a half page for his business announcement each week and says as long as people rfad news papers he will advertise Theres a man possessed of a good head Just as soon as merchants oegin to look upon advertising as a branch ot the business which requires as much care as any part of it then will advertising pay Honesty force originality ana persistency in advertising make It a paying investment GIVEN S2 EACH Steve Carmon and Daisy Beavin were given 2 and costs each on the charge of disturbing the peace In Judge Wills court last week Bavin make an accusation against Carman which the latter resented Carman and Beavin engaged in an exchange ofII blows with their fists when were separated by spectators The affair occurred in Fred Mays meat market During the melee part of the glass of the front door was knccked out and a crowd was cllected Dosnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper rospect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to his perfect Pill 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store SMALL ATTENDANCE Union Thanksgiving services were held at the 11 E church South at 11 oclock Thursday morning TheThnnks giving sermon was preached bvRev S cltircbNotI union one for three churchesMetbo lIst Baptist aud Presbyterian the attend ance was very small there being less than a hundred persons present BUYS AT IRVINGTON Irvington KyNoT 29lJpeclal I Mr Fowler of Fowler Patterson Co of the Central Stock vards Louis ville purchased and shipped from this1 place Monday about 70 or 80 head of good grade cattle bought from our nestt stock raisers Bewley Herndon Kurtz and others IT IS NOW SETTLED Hawesvllle Ky Nov 21 The trouble of rates between the city andI tup water company which hid beer perplexing the whole community fo the past two years was settled satis factorily by compromise today ands l Hawesrille now has the protection of a splendid water system GEBAUER IN COUNTY Irvington Ky Nov 2Speoial County Superintendent J B Hern- don and State Fled Worker T 0 G bauer or the State Sundayschool association left here yesterday for a tour of several districts of the coun sty O aTC FILBeare theTle Kind You Hate Aiwais Aou I ilgnatnro rtJoC dA 1 J h M HAMMAN LEFTJJ ills Property To Wife in Trust Democratic MeetingOther Hardinsburg Notes Hardinsburg Ky Nov 29Spe- cialThe will of the late Mionael Haminau of Cloverport was probated in the county court Monday All i his property is left to his wife in trust withremainder to ill his cnild t ren share and snare alike Mrs Hum man was nr pointed executrix witn 1 out bond A meeting ot the Democratic county J committee was held here Monday I Honry DeH Moorinun on account of his candidacy for tho nomination for I county judge resigned as secretary and Edward Dillon was lectcd in hisI etead Other business of a routine nature was transacted before the committee j adjourned Peter Lyons of btephensport candi date for the Democratic nomination for jailor was in town Monday inI the interest of his race Mr Lyons isI genial man and a goon mixer Everybody likes him and the manII I who heats him for the nomination I will have to hustle A B Skillman R L Newsom W G Smart and Charlts Haminau of Clcverport were here Monday onI business before the county court Mrs Gus D Shellman and son Nathaniel returned home Friday from the Worlds Fair Horace Yates and family have movI ed into their new home on SecondI streetJudge NMo Mercer has returnedI home from a visit to the Worlds Fair J 0 Lucas deputy iheriff was in town the first of the week James Haynes of Custer was in the city Monday on a business trip George Meador a solaier of Uncle Sam stationed at Danver Col is here visiting relatives It few days A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cat on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and rem edies for four years Then Bnoklens Arnica Salve cured Its just good for burn Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store BOATNER CASE AGAIN Owensboro Ky Nov 28 the moat important cases to cows up before the Federal Court which an vened in Owensboro this morning is that of W Boatner against tho- r American Express Company for the recovery of 28000 This suit arose out of Boatner claim ing to have shipped 23000 from Owensboro to Fordsvllle In 1900 TI agent at Fordsvllle claimed he was held up and robbed of the package Boatner and tile agent were on tho charge of conspiracy to defrant- A B Sohlitzbaum the agent was 1sent to the penitentiary for one year and Boatnor was dismissed atfer sev trails Ho immediately broug suit for the recovery of his package lOde Yomg of Morganfield was the guest of his sister Mrs 0 S SkinI man v PRAISE FOR THE NEWS BY COMPETENT CRITIC Askln Ky Nov Sfi 1101 J D Babbuge Editor of She News Cloverport Ky Dear Sir On Mouilny Nov 28 I will move to Fordsville and make my future home there Will you please change the address of my paper from A kln Ky to Fordsville K The Breclretiriilge News through 11 its accuracy sad uprightness true to its convictions and bold to speak them the master of its own i leap fettered by none but loyal and true at nil has become endeared tD mo and I could not willingly leave the county I have learned to love unaccompanied by its best and truest paper When my present subscription ex pires just let the News keep coming I have alwnys got a dollar for such as is printed in the News Hoping that we will not only have four but fortyfour more years of Roosevelt and that we will all contin ue to prosper witn best wishes I am Respectfully E P Rodgers IWhen You lime a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief out effect a per mantnt cure You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency toward pneumon- Ia You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take- Cnamberliuus Cough Remedy meets nil of these requirements and for the bndIt olds stands without a peer by Short Haynes TO HUNT AT WEBSTER Messrs Geo Getzendanner andI Sidney Johnson of Lakeland willI spend a few days ttiiH week in the Webster neighborhood ou a hunting trip Mr Getzendanner formerly lived in Cloverport and Mr Johnson at Webster but they now have posi tions at Lakeland A BUSY MINISTER Irvington KyNov 29Special The Rev J T Lewis filled his reg ular at ointment Sunday after an absence of several weeks in protracted meeting work He goes again soon to 1hoJd a series of meetings at Stephens port assisted by Radcllff of Fordsville Do Not- FAIL To renew your subscription promptly You cannot af ford to miss a single copy of the BRECKENRIDGENEWS J arrested oral ThanKsgiving Rev I VISITING SON IgT E Montgomery of Davies county has been visiting his son 1IeJ Montgomery of Fordsvilla the popular conductor on the Branch of the Henderson Route Mr Montgomery is a prominent and well todo farmer ot Dayiess county SAW ROOSEVELT IelI1rs JC Jarboe and daucrhterMiss Diary Jarboe of this city were among the people of this section of the State who were at the St Louts fair Satur iday and had the opportunity of seeing President Roosevelt at a near view ItPOVLTRY SHOW The OwenKboro Poultry Show will be held at Owwnsboro from Deoamber 12 to 17 The official premium list of tho Owensboro Fanciers Association- is a veryattraotive one tI NEWS POLITICAL Primary Call Is RatifiedBruner Wants Mr James PlaeKnox Probably Wont Run i The Democratic Committee of the Tenth Samtoriul District met at vngtolalt Wednesday for the nut pose of ratifying an otticlal call prepared by Chairman TJ Moro of Breckenndgo county for a pri wary to be held on January 28 ti select a candidate for State lJenatcrI Besides the ratification of the ofikial call only routine buslneaajwua before Y the committee KNOX MAY NOT RUNc It is very probable thatDr J Wt Knox of Hincock county will not enter the Democratic primary for State Senator on January 28 He nag never announced his candidacy for the nomination in any paper in the district and a prominent Democrat stated yesterday that it was his opinion that Kuox wouH not enter the primary The withdraw of Dr Knox would not affect the races of Senator Gus Richardson and R W Owen WANTS JAMES PLACE Dr Ben L Bruner is the latest Republican aspirant for Federal office says the CourierJournal and he has set his heart or getting the appointment as United States Marshal to suc ceed Dr A D James Dr Bruners I chief claim is that hewas the only Republican for Congress to run ahead III of President Rocsevelt in Kentucky His vote was about 1000 ahead of I Roosevelts and he cut down the majority of his D mooratio opponent the Hon DH Smith Dr Bruners friends think Ills showing entitles him to rec ognl ion at the lianas of the President and they will push hit application FRIENDS SUGGEST HIM Friends ot O E Lightfoot apromi nent local Democrat have suggested to him that he wake the race for nomination as sheriff Mr Lightfoot has the matter under serious consider ation MAY BE PERMANENT t St Louis Nov22If plans projecI ted by the holders of interests in t thirtytwo of tne shows on the pike at the worlds fal rare realized the t pike may be nade a permanent a tnnseineDt enterprise In a slightly al tered form More than fitteen of the present pike attractions including tile most important concessionaries are in favor of the scheme to establish in St Louis a great permanent t park that shall rival famed ConeyI Island of Now York and should draw to St Louis every summer thousands of pleasure seekers I Thonsands CUredIDeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo hns oared thousands of cases of piles I bought a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel SalveI ou the recommendation of our drug gist so write + C H LnCroix ofcc Znvalla Tex and used it for a stub born case of the Plies It cured me permanently Sold bv All Druggists I LESS RIVER MAILIThe Postoffice Department at Wash ington has just issued an order reduj ing the river marl service between theI cities of Louisville and Evansville andI only tour boats Instead of six are currying mail between the two cities each week THREATENED CITY A fire which threatened onehalf of Owensborc occurred there late Saturday night The total loss was be tween in000 and 2000- 0BRUCEARGABRIGHT Asuriah Bruce and Miss Lillian P Argabnght of the Lodiburg neigh borhood were married at the nome of tho briars on Sunday by Rev W V Harrel of Hardmsbnrg 10LAST VISITORS C A Penick and O A Dowell of Irvington left Monday night for the St Louis fair They will probably be the last visitors to the exposition from this section KENTUCKYS VOTE The official count of the vote of Kentucky as announced from all ex cept two counties is as follows Parker 218 159 Roosevelt 201235 Porkers majority 1246- 0ASSISTS WINCHELL Rev W V Barrel of Hardinsbnrg will assist Rev J F Winchel the pastor at n protracted meeting at the Hits Run Baptist hnrcfi this week ta HEALTHYis the it i Most i fImportant1 The manufacturers of Royaltiti Powder have had 40 fl ij experienceEvery i raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect product in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiencyof Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two important things to all housekeepers First that Royal Baking Powder is healthful and makes wholesome food r Second that Royal lug Powder makes BatII good to taste ROYALBAKING I ABSOLUTELYPURE REAREND COLLISION Westbound train No 41 KUwn as the Exposition Limits ran into westbound train No 47 at the Henderson Route depot last Wednesday morning about IUli5 oclock Tne bagajrge car andthe rearend car of train 47 were mlgntly damaged by the collision and the passengers on both trains were considerably shaken up Otherwise there was no serious damage done Train No 47 was at the depot and the trainmen were receiving their orders when the accident occurred The Exposition Limited suddenly rounded the curve above the depot ant ran into the other train before it could be stopped In an investigation at Louisville as to the cause of the collision it developed that train No 7 was running on Forty Ones time and should have been on the siding ut the depot It was also fhown that tilt engineer on No 41 should have nude an effort to got his tram under control sooner than be did TO REFORM LOUISVILLE 1 Louisville Ky Nov28 An extra ordinary revival1 will begin hare soon An extra elfin istoretnide to re form the city All the Protestant churches in the city will join in the effort and several ot the best revival ists in the country will be engaged Meetings will be held all over the city for a stated time and it is believ ed that this revival will excel any meeting held here JUST TAKING A NAP Louisville Ky Nov 25Car Overton of Clnverport Ky was found by a policeman taking a nap on the roof of a building on West Jeffer son street this afternoon Fe was so dirty that the officer thought he had been cleaning chimneys but he de glared that he had not He said be thought that he was in bed at the Galt House Overton returned home Saturday night CANT DO WITHOUT IT Mrs August Henry of Washington Ind in writing the News says Find enclosed 150 which pqys for my subscription to the News and also fcr the fountain pen you offer I love the News and dont think I could do without it NO RAIN IN THIS The daily report received here yesterday morning from the weather bu reau at Louisville as follows Fair and colder tonight and Wednesday It Mrs LepnjMcGavockand children spent Thanksgiving at Stnlltnan OASTOElXBears theiha Kind YOU Rata Always Bought Bignatnre Gllof clr n The Breckenridge News f WEDNESDAY November 30 1001 WM ALEXANDER L Formerly Of This City And Buras f Killed At Pima Arizona OnII 17th Of This Month The News received a letter last week from F W Haynes of St Louis Mo which told of the death or Willie Alexander tormerly ot thIs city and of Burns this county A similar letter was received by the following relatives of Mr Aexander MrnMary a Haynes Long OroveKy I F P Payne Clovtrport Ueo W Payne Earned John Alexander Bur as Mrs Ola Hardin Cabool Mo Forrest Haynea Owensboro The buds of the letter in as follows I I am very sorry to have ot advise you of the recent heath of Willie Alexaud er Willie leit St Louis Mo on Sep tember 20th for Piun Ariz tor the purpose of engaging in the mining business He with ten others located at Pima Ariz at whicn point they have been operating a copper mine since their arrival at Pima I quote you below three telegrams received trom PIIUR relative to his death the first being received on the 10th inst and the other two received on the 20th inst Alexander was acaldeiitallv killed Thursday evening Wire instructions Alexander burled relatives noti tied your immediate return useless Boys faithful No joke Alexander mined yesterday Relatives notified your immediate return useless Boys faith ful Letter follows Tne telegrams as noted above were addressed to a Mr Carlln the manager of the company with whom the boys are worMing nUll who is in St Louts on business temporarily Lp to the present time I have been nnaole to learn anything in regard to his death further than the information given in the telegrams I presume it is an accident possibly n blasting or something of that nature Esker and Ora his brother and sister who are here with me have been notified and I presume ia there nothing father that can be done as the body lies been buried- I take the liberty ot sending a ropy of this to the Breokenridgo Nnwe Cloverport and the Breck nridge Democrat Hardiusbnrg Ky Regretting that I have to give you all this sod news I am Yours truly F W Haynes to Was Born In This City Willie Alexander was bom in 1830 in Cloverport nis parents now dead residing in Mia Wafers resldeuos in the East End at tae time When six or seven years Jt age lIt went to Burns to make his homo with his oouslnJuo Alexander Several years ago he left Bums and went to Louisville and then St Louis wlmrd ho hind employment A Good Completion Sparkling eyes and rosy oheeks restored by using IJeWitts Little Early- Risersi so writes S P MooreI of ITHOOgdochw Tex A certain euro for biliounaew constipation etc Small pillewey to takAeasy to act Sold by nil Drtiggieta s R60 I ORTHACHERSLiyor I I dd- SYRUPnTTTv1votrn A Porertul tonic UI8101ilimo Puliffer- A NytqyaarAfToraNaQEaTtenkr NuaeyaIe ilia t1 u CIRCuw roboo DItocu CotnFREE THACHERthttDjMEOICINE th CO a4tTtnti I Ir Or1 Gigesr BiooB SYRUP nilt All UcMluu O IynWCOnaa CuyI lehiaaA Arkanru oa ta- BaaeBloo l nniovt rtfOppOrn ua- As I ala ad DN- SIPIi Ctl1c1rl ll iC M1oaanuIr 5 rut dIIIC fe1lD syftJP 1N6 OIeI- JJUIATt IE lEf I FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS TWO SIZES 50C AND E100 Jf you have never tried this great remedy SEND TODAY for a free sample and state your symptoms We simply ask you to try it at onr expense We know what It will d- oThacher Medicine Co CHATTANOOGA TBNN Tin Inttliiil Indian Despite the belief to the contrary the Indians are a poetical people One evidence of this is the fanciful names they give their rivers For instance Mississippi menus father of waters Minnohnhn laughing water Ilumi tonic winding waters Ilorlcon the Indian name of hike 3eorto menus sil vor water nml Ohio menus fair to look upon Not IliiiuiiroiiM I see wild the uinn that you dont um the motherlnlnw joke any mote Xo admitted the humortet When I set up in luKlntU I WitS told that su woe oue of the dozen or no originII Jokes but shoo iny marriage I find tint she Is lu Joke at all Cleveland Leader A Cure For OlicnlCj It linn been nggeted that excess ively flit 1e jile should bo taxedI It would do them good Theyd wor ry enouKli nliout the taxes to work ort some or the superfluous flesh New York I Ten Mutt flio Ilrnlc Eunice Actually Uncle George I havent anything fit to wear tnrle George Yes Ive noticed that nil your gowns are In the height of fashion Boston TrniiHcrlnt SUe of the Ilrltlsh Empire The British empire occupies about onefifth of the surfnce of the habita ble globe and consists of the United Kingdom with Its attendant islands and about fortythree dependencies un der separate and independent govern ments varying In size from Canada which Is thirty times the size of the United Kingdom to Gibraltar the urea of which Is two square miles Thus U area of the British empire Is ninety eight times thnt of the United King dom while the area of the self govern ing colonies alone is nearly sixty times as large as that of the mother country London Globe llonkn Of the things that make for happi ness the love of hooks comes first A book unlike any other friend will wait not only upon the hour but upon time mood It oaks nothing and gives much when one comes In the right wily Is your world a small one made unendurable by a thousand petty cares Are the heart and soul of you cast down by bitter disappoint ment Would you leave It nil if rally for an hour and como back with a new point of view Then open the covers of a book From the Masters Violin Didnt Know It All Oh sneered the self Important lawyer who was cross examining you think you know It all dont you Not quite replied the witness For instance I dont know how you manage to secure un occasional client Chicago News The Ilrnwlmek Old Gentleman Since your uncle left you that legacy Mrs Casey you must find your path In life much smoother Mrs Casey Shuro Ol dunno sor 01 folnd tho more ye how to ate the more dishes there Is to washltrooldyn Life Mndlenfng Judge Had you nay provocation for assaulting this maul Prisoner 01 hod yer honor He wudnt bight hPuck All Engaged OtlierwlNe Greene The Immortal hard says All the worlds a stage Brown Never theless I havent been able yet to lied n stage for nay one of the ton or a dozen plays I have written Boston Transcript The Drnwhnclc Time Eider Matron You shouldnt mind the baby crying a little It strengthens his lungs Time Younger MiiiiMn oh no doulit but it weakens his fathers roligion so I Its a habit when using STEVENS Aa1sstung lIHVEyei and bringing down your game All rcquitite firearm vir tues are embodied io our amoui line if RIFLES PISTOLS and SHOTGUNS How can you 1 tip hi ting the mark when shooting a I STEVENSAI for thlonourlroluinIfnewfrow SeuiustnteI SLIkdeyu tanned OiUin the uri nemire outjit I11 cTLVhVi a snip ill aoMiUn liiiU on shd aIJIn lumuniti n rt tel eM atw Irel UnJ me net due- inn rcrpmI tpi e ly A II I 11 IICoIii 1iiNi irtucwnnI llI leiivle f r t Innilvhcit Cry ur i u crmng Jei i rim J STEVENS ARMS ArID TOOL CP PO COX 4031 CHICOPEE FALLS MASS USA new cash to TilE NEWS will bo to Iamb anil Fireside year free h Every old who pays his to tho THE NEWS to 1905 and one year in advance will bo given years to this valuable paper Accept this over before you neglect it READ TillS Louisville 18 1001 Dr E W Hall StLonlse Sir have suffered three yenta from kidney and bladder trouble and onto Half bottle of Texas Wonder Hnlls Discovery has cured me and can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully N Roberts 1810 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles remove gravel cures diabetes seminal emir sions weaK and lame hacks rheumatism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both met and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by you druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of g1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fall to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P 0 Box020St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists The Imp lions This brazen Imposture on the credu llty of the Kngllsh public was the resul of a wager between time Duke of Mon ague and another nobleman In 17111 In discussing the amazing gullibility of the English people the former du clnred that If one were to advertise I well that he would jump Into a quay bottle nil London would go to see hum do it The wager being made an ad vertlscment was Inserted In nil of tin leading papers promising thnt the fen would be performed on a certain 1atl- lit the Haymnrket theater On the np pointed day the theater wns packet from pit to douse nnd many hundred were turned from time doors The sup posed magician appeared on the Htngt nnd had the temerity to state that It time audience would pay double tit price ho would enter a pint bottle shown on the stage tablel Instead the quart flask as furnished He thou escaped by the sago doom A riot resulted in which the thentei was badly wrecked timid the duke mill his comimnlon had to leave town untl time excitement was well over An Australian View of UM When I get buck to Australia said i resident of Melbourne I shall tell ny friends when they set oft for a tour or time Unltcl States thnt they can cutout alumni every other town and nuke kViiMhingtoii time Mecca of their pll rlmate I am nut saying this by way of tossing a superfluous bouquet at lie national capital for local pride loss not require the encomiums of a Iiiuslent visitor 1 came here Intending to stay per Bills fortyeight hours but mutter a weeks sojourn Id like to linger hr letinltely I count the time 1 spent in Vew York and Chicago as almost west ed especially Chlcngo Theres a town- II would not cull home even If they verc to offer me their entire collection of skysLrnpers ns n condition of rest leuce flat Wushlngtou is dlflerent lore you have pure air skies thnt rl al those of Italy the utmost streets of my city In the world and last but not the least n population that does not eeni possessed of the Ilea that the nirsult of wealth Is the only thing vortli while Washington Post Why lie Wnnlca Hint Lets ash Easy Marl to sit In with us at our next gunk Why I didnt know ho could ploy cant Houston Post A thread of spider silk Is decidedly outlier thus a bur of steel of the ame size MENTAL PROPS Vartotin Ihlnen Thnt Glc UM Con lilcncc III OurMclvcH We ouch have the need of our men till prop One woman tells me thnt when she wishes to give decided orders to her coot she always puts on her hat and gloves then as she floats Into the kitchen surrounded by n cloud of dignity and courage she feels equal to the occasion Good and well fitting clothes are props to us all and bring about a cer tain confidence in ourselves a sort of mental put you on the back whlcl says IJnue up old boy the shell Is perfect lets hear from the kernel To the little school miss on the of the entertainment what a prop Is the bristling blue sash Time doctor depends much upon his gloves He can be busy with then- auestiomiawhen vital or dllllcult an asked They are a sort of moral safety valveFor the bashful boy who is deprived in the hall of lint and gloves before en tcrlug the room lilted with people if some good fairy would only hand him a book to occupy his hands so he need only look after his feet what a profit would be to him A clergymans prop lies in well lit ting vestments- As for the writer of this ortlclI1 cult speak with time authority of most intimate acquaintance she must hue her hair arranged In the way she af fects it nut her shoes on to cope with lifes emergencies She finds the wag gish old world rather a Jolly place and loves to watch frail humanity leaning gently upon their mental props while they are happily quite uncon scions of her scrutiny Jeannctte Young In Critic ROBIN lie In nn Ailiuitlvc Illril but Hi DocNiil Mix Mortitr The robin Is a very adaptive bird certainly It adjusts Itself readily to new conditions but It falls far short of time Intelligence that Is often ascribed to it Titus there are persons who sceni to believe that when mud Is scarce the robin will bring water In Its beak to the dust of time road and no make tin mortar that it needs This notion is of course absurd How could the robin know that water and dust will make mudV Thus knowledge Is the result of reflection timid experiment and is not within the reach of an animal More than thrt if the robin could find time water he could certainly timid time mud somewhere 1 have known them to use n substitute for mud furnished by the equally absurd claim for the robin comes from a correspondent A robin hind her nest In a tree under his chamber window hisuch n position that he could see all that happened in the nest lIe says that when the young robins were nearly grown he saw the mother bird take them rote by one l- Ithe nnpe of time neck nUll hold them oat over the rim of the nest to teach them to use their wings I suppose our school of nature study would accept this statement without question It Is such preposterous natural history as this that furnishes time stock In trade of this school Some persons deceive In what they think they see and not a few I am convinced are deliberate falsifiers John Burroughs in Outing CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of MISS GOATLEY DEAD Miss Lida broatley aged 40 died at her home on Taylor St Tuesday s morning of pneumonia and heart trouble after a few days illnes She was an employe jn the cotton mill and lived with her sister Wise Nannle Gnatley The funeral and burial takes place at Deer Creek Prof Abe Powell of Tobiuspoit will preach the funeral Cannelton Telephone Miss Goatley is a daughter of Mrs Mary Goatley of Pisgah this county who went to Cannelton on Tuesday of lost week to attend ner last illness Mothers Praise It Mothers 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 tMichunconscious from s during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quicKly rev lieved and cured her 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resolutions etc passed the House leaving 408 to lhe disposed of Tae total number o laws enacted by the present Congress npto date is 2100 or about 700 more than the best previous record On the first day of Congress the Presidents message will be road and adjournment taken until the following day out of respect to the memory of deceased members Important Measures The unfinished business in the yen ate is the bill relating to affairs in the Philippines especially civil government and coinage Not a little tl tb Presidents message will be devoted to the HUDjeot Other measures of Impr tance awaiting for consideration of the enate are For the protection of the lPresident to prevent the adulteration or misbranding of foods and drugs to establish tile national Appalachia- forest reserve to amend the Chinese immigration act directing the Inter state Commercfl Commission to submit JIll petitions received relative t relieving common carriers by railroad from any ot the safety appliance act ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free to every reader of this paper who iis suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions Rnv form of Eczema Blin I or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fevei Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature IsO reward will be paid for any cas of Eczema that is not promptly curedI with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies andI send for free sample of Eczine which always gives reliet and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL 0 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows ofI the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical C- oHARD FOR GUS Gus Richardson is having to tell allI about those heifers in his canvass for 1 1thestate senate in Hancock coumyTh- people are entitled to a candidate who has nothing to explain Owensboro Inquirer THE BEST- MEDICINE 0WOMEN If you are nervous and tired out continually you could havo no clearer warning of tho approach of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before you seek treat ment You need Wino of Cardui now just as much as if tho troublo wero more developed and the tor i turin pains of disordered men struation bearing down pains j leucorrhoea backache and head acho were driving you to tho un failing relief that Wine of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands i of women and will bring you i Wine of Cardui will drive out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back 1Y symptomsfrom gerous troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today If your dealer does not keep it send thoImoney to the Ladies Advisory i Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Jt 4 Co Chattanooga Tcnn and the fot tneuicino will lio sent you a tWINE tf- feAfDVMr e e Suffering YourDisease YoursFolks who think It Is better to bear wrongOldfashioned say It was better because they had nothing dangerousheartparalyzing haBut hashAntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can bo gained but weakened nerves OlA sate rule to remember Is When Pilldyour quivering nerves painby slmd narcotic drugs which relievo pain by checking the action of tho glands They aro sure and harmless and aro the latest medical treatment for tho euro of headache Neuralgia Backache ToothaoheJPains Also nerve Irritations like Sea- Sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness etcf quick In results AntiPainPills nndoheartily propertiesnAY A TCAT11OS D D Iowa City la bncltItIn bulk FREE TrialPncknJo AntiPaloOurSpecialist ItFreoLABORATORIES1 ELKIIART IND aThe UoMooratloii of MIltniiM Tomb The body of the great poet Milton was once on view at a charge of three ponce a head It was in 1790 after a little carousal that two overseers and a carpenter entered the Church of St Giles Crfpplcirate where Milton lay thenleaden collly which contained his body cut open Its top with a mallet and chisel When they disturbed the shroirtl Neve says when telling the- o story of the ghoulish deed the ribs felt Mr Fountain confessed that he pulled hard at the tooth which resisted until some one hit them with a stone Fountain secured nil the fine teeth In the upper Jaw and generously gave one to one of his accomplices Al1 together the scoundrels stole a rib bone ten teeth cud several handfuls of hair and to crown the diabolical busi dRasa the tennis gravedlgger after ward exhibited the body to any one willing to pay threepence for the spec tacle Westminster Gazette The Lobsters Life rabbitsecnuI not live without cover and if there are no holes in the rocks for them to rev tire to they burrow just as a rabbit does In the earth und sea turf undo the water and there sit claws for ward ready to seize any Intruder or to haul in any morsel which the sell washes Into the hole It is doubtful whether lobsters remain awake all lily on the off chance of a meal coming to their door More probably they sleep off the fatigue of the previous nights wanderings But their antennae are so sensitive that they warn them It anything touches them or even stirs the water No electric bell could work more instantaneously The 311 sour IN a Dusty River The dust blows out of the Missouri river asserted Bob Bimlcttc It Is the onlyI river In the world where the dust blows In ono grout column out of the river bed The catfish come up to Missourieriver Is composed of six parts sand and mud and four parts water The natu ral color of the water Is seal brown but when it rains for two or three days and the river gets pretty wet it changes to a lark iron gray A long rain will make this river so thin that It can eas fly bo poured from one vessel to anoth er like a cocktail When It Is ordina rily dry however It has to be stirred with a stick before you can pour it out of anything Kansas City Journal The Hornet Sting The female hornet has a rapid fire armament with a recoverable projec tile It uses it for both attack and de fense and with remarkable aim and ellldency The first stroke of a hornet Is as penetrating as an electric shock At the base of its sharp sting there Is a sac containing poison which when injected Into tho substance of its ene my causes pain swelling and discom fort facts to which most persons are able to testify by experience Should the injection bo upon the end of the thumb or nose or upon the tongue there Is danger from It Strong ammonia applied to the wound is tho best antidote A Burmese Golden Temple At Itnngun the capital of lower Burma is situated tho famous pagoda of a Buddhist temple tho whole of the exterior of which Is ono mass of shim mering gold This generous coating of the metal Is tho result of years and years of votive offerings to Buddha for devotees from all parts of the world go to Ranguia and take packets of gold leaf which they place on the pagoda Life Id like to show you a copy of the work Im selling said the agent It Is something that Interests every hu man being How to Live a Hundred Years Ive no use for it said Gayboy unless it tells how to live a hundred years in ten yearsrChlcago Tribune OUR GAME LAWS There is much confusion in the public mind np to the provisions of our recent game laws The law in full is as follows 1st That it shall be unlawful in the State of lientucky at any time lo buy sellexpose for sale offer for sale or to have in possession for the purpose of bartering or selling any wild turkeys pheasants grouse partridge or quail which have been killed in this State 2nd That it shall be unlawful for any person corporation or common earlier to receive for transportation of or to transport or cause to be transport edor to secure the transportation within or without this State any of the birds or fowls mentioned in section 1 of this act which have been killed in this State Provided however that it shall not be unlawful for such persons corporationsjor common carriers to transport a hunter with his game lawfully killed by him in this State Jlrd Each bird or fowl bought sold offered for sale had in pos e3Hon for sale tmiisportaton or transported contrary to the provision of this act shall constitute a separate offense Ifi Whoever violates any provision of this act shall be fitted not less titan ten and not more than twenty five dollars for the lint offense and not less than twenty five hollers nail not more than fifty dollars for the second or any subsequent offense II MISSOURIS VOTE The oiticiiil canvass of tho pop ular vote in Missouri was com pleted Thursday Roosevelts plurality is 25000 Roosevelt received 321447 votes Parker 295847 Debs 13008 Swallow 7181 Watson 4220 Corrigan 1875 No Poison In Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales Australia had an analysis mado of all 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 was Chamberlains Cough Remedy made by the Chamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U 8 A Tne absence of all narcotics makes this remedy tho safest and best that can be had and it is with u feeling of security that any mother can give it to her little ones Cham berlains Cough Remedy is especially recommended by Iits makers for coughs colds croup and whooping cough This remedy is for sale by Short a Haynes L E WONT ENTER C V Williams general freight agent was iuOvensboroyesterday on business connected with his line nected He spent considerable time conferring with large shippers While at the wharfboat Mr Williams talked about the report which becam- current several days ago that all or practically nil the boat lines on the Ohio were to consolidate He regards the scheme as entirely impractical and is sure that the Louisville and Evans vine Packet company will not enter in to auv such combination if one should be formed Wednesdays 0 eusbcro Messenger SMALL MAJORITY Complete official returns from the counties of the Third congressional dis trict received at the office of Secretary of State McChesney give Rcihardson 18438 votes and Jones 18132 votes a majorityof 100 votes for the Dem ocratic candidate for congressman Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrek and the same taueep are making human wrecks ot suffer ers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds evan the worst cases nan be mired and hopeless resignation 13 no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved uy Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed fnr all Throat and Lung diseases by Short A Haynes Druggists Price GOo and 100 Trial bottles free MISSED MUCH Mrs Joseph Friel and Mrs Mc Govern of Victoria were guests of Sheri f Banuou and family this week Mrs McGovtru is 72 years old and has resided in thec unty 45 years although this is her first visit to Hawesville She was shown through the Court House Monday afternoon Hawesville Plain dealer Cured Of Eczema Mr Din A Briggs Ulasgocr Ky aysIAbout two years ago I had Eczema so bad that I could scarcely sleep at alii I purchased a bottle of Fnracamph and made not over one dozen applications when I was en tirely well I highly recommend Paracninph for nil irritations of the skin and would not be without it in my home Paraoamph soothes cool and heals Try a23o bottle a r Stiver Plate that Wears THIS TRIPLE PLATED KNIFEI Is stamped doing away with all sharp corners on that part hav ingthehardestwear This 1847 ROGERS BROS patented improvement insures much longer wear on plain or fancy knives than the other makes should they be plated equally as heavy Sold by lending dealers everywhere For Illustrated catalogue CL address International Silver Co Merlden Conn When They HORMUT MI Ami Iiiily Some HI lU afo I hind an opportu pity of IUi IHUH the hotel register of a Niagara Fall hotel of tilt years 1S30J12 sld n Milwaukee wan Even tit licit time the filln seem ti have brew a favorite resort but what Imnroftsod mo most was the style in vogue ut unit time the chinirnphy was by far better than one wvs nowadays on hotel regisI tots somo writing almost rescmblln steel engraving I looked all throucli the register but tonal but one In stance of a man registering himself and wife In every other Instance it was 11111 lady Another feature of tilt register was n column headed Ti1I marks which was used by guests In milking personal notices some of which were highly Interesting Today we tell our eonlkloncos to tile clerk Milwaukee Sentinel Ducki and lleciiyH The duck Is much more cunning than a great many of Its brothers of the bird tribe nod this Is the reason that It was found necessary to devise the decoy us a means of luring him within the teach of the gunner After a few experiences with these dummies the wise bird begins to cultivate a suspicion and mites a critical Investigation before he alights in the middle of what appears to bo a bunch of birds on a feeding ground It Is no uncommon thing for a Hock of ducks sighting a lot of decoys to circle around out of reach of the fowling piece and discov ering the deception start off on their Journey to the chagrin of the watch Ing sportsman A Sew breakfast Fond- A little girl who was eating coltish for breakfast the other morning for the first time was seen to stop and ex amine her plate with deep Interest Mamma she said presently kind of fish Is this Ive Just lIltII hair in it It is codfish dear was the answer Oh commented her daughter In a disappointed tone I thought prob lIarperseWeekly The NovcIlNtx Qiuuulnrj Scribbler Is In trouble What about lIe has written a novel and select ed a name for It Ills publisher likes the name but says it does not suit the book and he cant decide whether to write a new novel or invent a new name Brooklyn Life Some DIlTcreiiteH The difference between a woman and a glass said the funny fellows that the glass reflects without speaking while a woman speaks with out reflecting And the difference between you and I a glass said the sharp girl Is that the glass is polished Not A Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with 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 that After taking a tew doses I felt reli ved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neu ralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility Tnis is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only GOc at Short S Haynes Drug gists ALLEGED MOONSHINERS Deputy United States Marshal Geo WGHlilandarrested Ed Smail wood amid Ben Keesee in Hirdin county for moon shimng This is the first time in many months that a genuine Jmocnshiner has been run down in thit locality Many have been brought forth and sentenced for the illegal sale of liquor but the above named culprits will have to answer to the charge of manufacturing and selling liquor without a license They were taken to Leitchfield und lockedup to await a preliminary hear ing Owensb ro Inquirer FIRST LOAD RECEIVED The first load of tobacco delivered here this season has been received at the warehouse of F E Birk Co says the Owemboro Messenger It contained 1600 pounds and was lather inferior in quality MrBirk was out of the city yesterday andthc exact price paid could not bi learned Oue statement gave the price as saids1 the price of the leaf was only j50that of the lugs 2 and the trashi1 0 +ON W 0 ++N+ ++++ + otN 0 0++ + ONN t Bank of Hardinsburg0 OFFICERS e B F BEARD PRKSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier t J DIRECTORS t Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J 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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1904 Arthur hasnt fallen for some time fflOItT o like living on a riverini Kentucky THE wages of 30000 railroad men have been increased since tht election JAPAN will sacrifice her last dollar and her last man to win tho present struggle with Russia says Premier Katsura Now is the time litforthat Hague peace conference to show what it is capable of doing for humanitys sake MAXT people got tho Henderson Route habit the past year and they like it cause its a good habit MULES seem to bo as good as gold dollars in this country Tho mule is a great animal He is soberpatient surefooted and has vigor strengthand courage Wo ought to get better acquainted with him andcultivate him more Ho pays TOMORROW the great Louisiana Purchase Exposition will come ton memorable close and it will be called Francis day in honor of the president of tho exposition David It Francis a transplanted Ken tuckian of whom all Kentuckians are proud Children will be ad mitted free tomr V The closing exercises and a parade of all nations will be L the plaza St Louis at the same spot where the opening exert sere held seven months before Tho total attend ante up until November 20 was 18317457 At Chicago 27000000 people saw the Columbian Exposition and yet St Louis had the greater fair TILE United States leads the world in tho matter of savings In the savings banks of the world 82610000 depositors have over 10 500000000 to their credit The United States has 7305413 depositors with total deposits of 3060178611 Germany comes next with 15432111 depositors with total deposits of 2273406226 The United Kingdom has 11OD34G9 depositors with total deposits of S9GGS51253 Tho average deposits range from 41889 for tho United States to 548 for Japan Canada is second with 28914 The deposits per capita of population vary from 9641 for Denmark to 15 cents for Italy The American per capita is 3738 The Japanese per capita is 90 cents the Russian 316 and Canada 1099 Switzerland is second with 6226 J SOUND PJtlJTCIPLlS President Schurnun of Cornell University in the course o f an address at Cooper Union on Sunday night discussed sotto of the things that he regarded as influential in turning the republic of Rome into an empire Ho laid greater stress upon what he called the military spirit than upon any other factor In reply to n question however whether tho trust system in the United States had not produced con ditions analogous to those which brought about the downfall of Rome President Schurman admitted the analogy and expressed fear in connection with tho concentration of wealth in the hands of a few I know of no remedy for the trust situation he said except abolition of all special privileges if there are any and the application of natural laws- President Schurman has absolutely the right idea on this point The principle of abolishing special privileges is nothing more or less than the plinuiplo of equality in opportunity tho preservation of which is a fundamental purpose of nil government We dealt with this matter tho other clay in describing President Roosevelts policy of the square dealturd it is not necessary for us to repeat tho argu ment then used One thing however is certain and that is that in a free country there will always be room for the very largest trusts if such trusts can live without special privileges given to them by the people or stolon by them from tho people It iis incorrect to say that there is anything wrong with a billiondollar Corporation as such Mere size cannot ha regarded as a crime rue machinery that will be necessary to restrict tho size corporations will be at the same time operated not merely against the natural business ambitions of every i man but against his very liberty Before a trust can bo punished it must be proved guilty of an 2 offpnso of some sort other than its moro existence No man can bo judged an enemy to the stnto simply on the ground of his possessing a huge fortune The otFenso of a trust wherever there is offense is against the right of other people whether it be an offense against theirliberty in the shape of corruption of justice or an offense against their rights to equality in opportunity by monopoly or restraint of trade If the trusts can live under an honest enforcement of equal laws in a free country they are entitled to IiveWall Street Journal n + Ax any rateTeddy cant keep Yazoo City from growing Yazoo Miss Sentinel And does Teddy want to keep Yazoo City or any other city in these United States from growing 1 Nol But tho leading politicians I and some of the newspapers do What the South wants to do is to killoff a lot of politicians in both parties and get down to business and to home development VIVE been guilty of ti good many mean things in our time nndI career as a newspaper man but there is one sin wo wont have to account for and that is selling out to Boss Milt for 10 a column or 1ora county office either y A 4 r iie 111 J DISJUOCJtdCr IS WOT DEAD THIS is from our neighbor tho Brockenridgo Democrat No Democracy is not dead yot Too many city state and count offices to bo tilled Democracy will never die as long as there IS an office in sightBreckenridgo News And this should suit those papers which claim to bo Democratic but support tho Republicans whon tho campaign fund is manipulatec to suit them If it wore root for this Democratic party which wont die as long as there is on oflico in sight these hungry little purchas able papers could not sell their columns and influence for 10dollar per column and so much per influence They should drop on thoi lances and pray for tho longevity of that party that enables thorn to keep in business If wo wore all Republicans tho Republican part would not have opposition and finding no moro market there would bo some folks out of business Brer Babbago takes too sordid a view of people in general but it may bo a case of looking in tho mir rors and describing tho reflection instead of describing unwavering men No Democracy is not dead nor will it die so long as there iis opposition to concentration of power imperialism militarism andclas legislation Sordid is a bad word It is vile mean and malicious and wo should hate to apply it to any man especially to our neighbor HAS anybody heard from Tom Taggart or Uroy Woodson lately 1 THE busiest men in this town are the water haulers RESIDENTS on Railroad streethave got on to a now way of getting cheap coal They make faces at tho engineers as they pass by THE decent people of this country are getting very sick of thi shameless methods which arc employed by both of tho loading politi cal parties to secure the oflicesCol Wattorson If Col Waiter son would use more of these direct and tothopoint paragraphs in stead of fourcolumn double leaders they would have tho desired ef feet and open the eyes of the people to their troubles Thoro an shameless methods in vogue in Louisville but tho Colonel novel sees them ARE you making any plans for your holiday advertising Th season is now right at hand and if you want to lot the holiday shop pers know what you have you had better got right into tho column of tho BKKCKKXIUUGE NEWS next week People are studying now what they shall buy and you may have the very thing that catches them if you will only lot them know it Tho wise merchant has an eye on these Christmas shoppers and the thing to do is to get in touch with tho prospective purchasers before they are led off to other fields THE Gorman winter wheat crop is reported in bettor condition than it has been at this time of yenr since 1893 OFFICIAL returns from nearly all of the counties in Pennsylvania show that Roosevelts plurality will be 500000 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT saw the Worlds Fair at St Louis in a day thats a kind of strenuosity many of us would gladly have at tained if wo could Thursday at midnight President Roosevelt Mrs Roosevelt and Miss Alice Roosevelt Secretary mid Mrs Loeb and others composing the party left Washington on u special train for St Louis Signal demonstrations on tho part of enthusiastic people marked the Presidents journey at every point where his special train stopped At 4 oclock Saturday morning the train arrived at tho ex position grounds At 915 oclock tho President and his party began the tour of the Exposition and at 540 in the afternoon they had seen all the exhibit and foreign buildings A fitting climax to tho day was a banquet to the President in the grand dining hall in the Tyrolean Alps GOO distinguished persons being present Sunday was spent quietly in St Louis by the President At midnight his train left on its return to Washington As his train started ho was asked by an Eastern correspondent how he enjoyed his trip Why my boy Ive had the time of my life declared the President n WHEN part of the war news is crowded off tho first page of the big dailies of the state by tho news about the drouthand a Louisville minister says it is time for ullof us who believe in tho power of prayer to pray to tho Almighty to sendrain the drouth is certainly getting serious WATEK is worth its weight in whiskey in many parts of Kentucky IT has been found that eightyfour of Chicagos prosperous busi ness men beginning with Marshal Field cable from tho country And the chances for tho country boy are as great now as they were when these men made their start in life NEARLY every branch of industry isi being affected by tho greatest drouth in Kentuckys history Damage untold and serious suffer ing are the results with no relief at hand No rain of any consequence has fallen since July 3 n PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT always has something good to say and wo love to quote him It is good reading and good editorial matter In his address last week introducing Charles Wagner the author of The Simple Life ho says The brutal arrogance of a rich man who looks down upon a poor man because ho is poor and tho brutal envy and hatred felt by a poor man toward a rich man merely because ho is rich aro at bottom twin manifestations of tho same vice No republic can permanently exist when it becomes a republic of classes whets the man feels not theinterest of the whole people but the interest of the particular class to which ho belongs or fancies that ho belongs as being of prime importance Wo must livoip to the theory of its founders to tho theory of treating each man oh his worth as a man neither folding it for or against him that ho occupies any particular station in life so long as ho does his duty fairly and well by his follows and by the nation as a whole 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE HenryDellavenCounty Judge of IlrcckonrldRO county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized to announce R W it Hancock county a candidate for State natori from thlstho 10th district composed ot the counties of Hancock Ureckenrldco and Meade subject to tho action of II Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE We aro authorized to announce Sclby II RepresenttlV6the action of the Democratic party f j4vlItJ41 4l Mrs Collie and daughters Misses Mabel and qi1Jlanl Collie of El Paso Tex and Mr and Mrs Louis Root of Louisville were the guests of Rev und Mrs P L King pat of the past week R I Bank Of CloverportInco- rporated 1903 Capital Stock 20000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1600 I FRANK P PAYNE President MARION YEA TIIERIIOL CashierII AssistantSIMONSJ C IA Insured IandI Wo cater to the wants of till entrusting us with their banking business We most respectfully ask you to open have not already done so and an account with us if you lot us prove toyou what wo say IM I CITY BARBER SHOPHAMMAN BUILDING 2 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKYff THREE FIRSTCLASS BAR8E Sff The Only Public Bath in Breckenridge County 10f T IWe dont use this machine bul we do work quick and satisfactorily i f T w Dont A Forget t That you can buy Overcoats andrReady Made Clothing cheaper I here than anywhere else 1 ti To Convince You Call and look through my stockt4 Plenty of other selections in dry goods and ladies readytowear hats Too much heavy goods on hand for the mild weather we had i therefore the great price reduction LCOME AND T CONVINCE YOURSELF tLook out for Christmas goods V Plenty of everything to select from by the 10th of December y Bring Your Produce r rI J27- a Y I l t I II I 1J At Big Spring J JII r To Cure a Cold in One r DayjD1rY0DityS 1 t Take Laxative Srom0 Quinine Tablets IJH on eveiry Seven Million Dotes sotliin past 13 months This signatures I c box 2SC o i k HEALTH INSURANCE The man who Insures his life IsI wise for his family The man who insures his healthI t I is wise both for his family andI himself You may insure health by guard I guudlngII l diseasels through the LIVER and mansI wayTAKEs lulls Piiis And save your health The Breckenridge News J cccc = coCOCC = == =1 WEDNESDAY November 301004 1 J D Brashear spent Thanksgiving in Lonlsvllle Jno Jennings was at the St Louis fair last weekIMiss Elizabeth Jnrboo went to Louis vllle Thursday Mrs LUlie Adams went to Owens boro Wednesday Mrs T W Geer went to Louisville i last Wednesday Miss Ron Willis was visiting In Lou isville last week Satt I 4 Misses Eva and Eliza May went to t Louisville Thursday Hon D 0 Moorman ol Glendenne Fridayfwas in Louis vllle Friday and Saturday 2 MissI Elizabetn Skillman was in l r Louisville part of last week Mrs Thos Bonier went t9 St Louis Wednesday to visit relatives 4 lleoTaalof Mattingly went to IhurdayIJudge Mercer of Hardinsbnrg went j to tho St Louis fair Thursday Fred Richardson of Big Spring went to the St Louis fair Thursday Walter Newman of Mattlngly w ntIIto Oaktown Ind Thursday to reside Mr and Mrs A B Skillman were at his farm at Skillman part of lastBt weekMr and Mrs Sanford Geary were in JLjonisvfllo from Wednesday until G Friday otf1iiI FridayMrs I J D Babbage and daughetr L rj Mildred went to Louisville Wednosday to spend Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Geo W Short spent I I GreenIccand family at Falls of Rough t W H Hardin and duugptersMisse8 Sallle and Della Hardin of Gnuton went to the St Louts Pair Thu- rsdayRUTSI The walking sick what tr a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sickenough j to go to bedtlen 1 Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English l means long sickness To stop the continued to loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the r theyris It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak3 system Scotts Emulsion gets ITofliefnervfor ordinary food appetiteII Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the- or time ti Theres new strength I and flesh in every dose I We will be glad to send you a few doses freeteI De sure that this picture la the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle ofIEmulsion you buy II SCOTT BOWNE i 101 Cllemlstsr4l I 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and 1 h all druM I Fxt MngllshXIKitchenO Skillman spent ThunKsgl in Louisville 3 cans of corn for 25o at the En gUsh Kltuhen lelA good square lunch for lOo at U English Kitchen 8 CHHH of tomatoes for Slc at the En glifh Kitcnon- ilI packages of rolled oats for 25c at thA English Kitchen perbushelBlbbage Mi s Benola Hull return Saturday from college at Bowling Green Fireworks fruits oysters und celery for Christinas English Kitchen Baked beans with tomato sauce only Oo a can at the Englieh Kitchen RevP L King and little son Rufus went to Owensboro Monday Bert Tiffany ni Bedford Ind form erly of this city was here Saturday Miss Nellie Whitehouse ana Chas Hambletonwere at Hawesville Sunday Miss Cleona Weatherholt and Lafe Behen spent Thursday in Loinavilte Dolls dolls dolls all sizes an paces from lOc to 100 Babbage SonMrs H C Pate Miss Amy Pate and Raymond Pate went to Louisville Monday gas Cordrey was the guest of rela ives at Elizabethtown part of last weekMrs V G Babbage and cbildrenI I Eldred and Tula went to Owensboro FridayIMr and Mrs B W Whitebonse were iu Louisville Wednesday an ThursdayMiss Newton has been visiting Mr an d Mrs J W Mclnllocn nt U wensboro Miss Grace Agnew was the guest of I relatives near Stephenttport several1 days last week Leon K enan of Tarfork returnedI t Thursday from a visit to relatives a t Wayneira Okla 1 Miss Jennie Green came over fro Band Falls of Rough Monday to visit Fr Mrs G W Short Miss Alice Board of Holt has beent spending several weeks with friends relatives in Lonf v111eIwilt Bowmer of Louisville spent thanksgiving with his parents Mr Mrs W H Bowmer Miss Elizabeth Skillman spen 1 thanksgiving with her aunt Mrs P Cosby at Evaasvllle Mrs J 0 Jarboe and daughter Miss Mary Jnrboo went to the St Louis fair last Wednesday Mrs Chas Mook and sons has and Roland of Lonhvillenre the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas MaylMr and Mrs A J Keys Jr o odlburg spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs J M Fitch Miss Mary Wirgman came downi from Louisville Wednesday to spend several days with Miss Nell Greogr Mr and Mrs Romney Renfrow of Dundee were the guests of relatives i here from Wednesday until Saturday J J Wheeler and daughter Mis Constance Wheeler of Route Inlltwent to the St Louis fair Thursday i ion i Watch for our Christoas open fir The stock is excellent and for beauty I unsurpassed Babbage Sontt Ve are gtttlng ready for Christmas Dont forgot us Well have lute of nice j for everybody English Kitoh Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Mies Rnth Haynes spent ThanKfgiv ing with her motherMrs A C Hun terIWarfield Miller returned last week h this city from Alexis III where hei 1 has been making his homo for some time M Cerf and son Rudolph of Louis jj- ville were here last week Mr Cerf one of the oldest drummers on the road David Pile of Mook and Grover Severs and Ernest Curt of Union I j Star went to the St Louis fair Thursday Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot spout with his parents Dr nd Mrs Foster Lightfoot at Raw v l11e Mr and Mrs A T Blaine left Saturday for Menplm after H visIt to relatlvesat Stepbtms ort and Patesville K DrR P Keene of OwenAboro w- Intht1 city last week HH will bn hei one week in January tor tot praoticn fdentistryMr Vin Hofflus and Httl son west to Owensboro Wndnemlay ti upend Thanksgiving with his brother Faith Hofflus Mr and Mrs Tho fanatlw ofTnn i town were at CHnu liou rhiirsdH attend the funeral of his ulster Mis Lyda Joatlev Mrs J L Moorman mid dwughtfr MiKS Artelm Mooruinn vr Ithe gnat Mr and Mrs lomph Hurpnle in ThnukKivinwr- Mi set Nnunie OhiM nml LHU Hoard und Mespts E lh Board antI II I Jig tJo If 4 DR R P KEENEr I m X Representing I 8f TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR 1 1DENiiSTS nI mWillm week out of each month prepared to rllI wait on all wishing High Glass VenII+ tlstry will be Here January 9 to 13 1 r I= Lsn Neafns ot Ekron went to the St Louis fair last Wednesday Dr J D Hardin Onus Colema- Geo Worland and John Haynes of Brandenburg were in the city Wednesday en route to the St Louis fan Mr and Mrs Lightfoot Miller of Hawesville the former once of this cltyleit last Thursday for Mnrksville Miss where Mr Miller has employ meat in a large store Mr and Mrs C W Moorman a Mr and Mrs R K Moorman andtodaughter Miss Margaret Dloorma- d spent Thanksgiving with Mr an Mrs John Hackett at Henderson SMALLPOX WARNING The State Board of Health has iis sued its warning against smnllpo- since January 1808 there have neen 25000 cases and 300 deaths trom small pox in Kenthcky Smallpox preval1 In every county more or less exten- sIvely since that year Breckenridge county hRS been freed of the disease for about two years but every precau tiou should be taken by the oounty doeds not recur FARMERS INNING As the year draws tot close oheer ing nnws tor the farmer comes from all sources At a distance and right p around us we have ample evidence that he has prospered thus year as he the never nas before And the best of 1 tis is learning how to prosper still more ldarmnmg 40 o mean about how n big crops bat how to market helms tais ed He is using the btJttW of controlled marketing to dispose of his crops and u he Is not dumping them on to the as he used to And this is the result The horlson for the farmer wa never brighter than it sat this day And where is the proof that nil thiSI tpoilicial organ of the American Society of Equity we have the following Taking crops ot almost equal production in quantity of corn wheat oats potatoes cotton and tobacco and comparing what they brought the farmers under the old system of dump marketing with what the crops thfe new system of controlled marketing though only partially we find the wealth producing sum o 1194238017 in favor of controlled marketing In the above paragraph we had proof in a general way of what we claimed in the first paragraph We have proof local or specific but 1 in = taks6 tobacco crop the money crop of invn and neighboring counties and r state The farmers of these sec i flans have not been benefited by controlled marketing in so much that a they have sold their tobacco for big prices but in that they have learned how to get big prices lor their tobao co At the national convention of tobacco c growers at Lynchburg it wa decided that the farmers snnnld hold for is round tor their tobacco and the farrnes are holding for that pricehj Buyers show no inclination to make purchases at this price but they wllr1 1vo to eventually tor the farmers have a trust of their own and it is the strongest of all trusts And it is the Amer can Society of Equity that la reaching the farmers Y controlled marketing and how to hold together and they are doing it Hundreds of local unions are meeting over the country and the members do jIn and act as one man and prove tbutn togetherThe hand is at last atj I Allers t CherryPectoralpreventsCnight coughs of No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I have used Ayeri Cherry Pectoral In mj I family for eight years There is nothing equal IedrenMnsI All drUIrICIaU aa orrasunraliaain + I Night CoughsI 011Ayers1 at I J + t 1Writs j- n headIat FOR SATE pRINTINQ Presses and Gutting machines ono lot of good Laundry machines Also now and Mromllmml Oils and Unsollno StreetlTRADEihorses and llardlnburgron 8A LE PLYMOUTH ROCKS celehratedmUIlItPlymuuthI l IltLirIIrsIntiDFOR SALEHOUSE AND LOT COR SALEChoan house and lot In Clo KyrWANTED W upplties1 2000 pencil trees lit 10coili Send for il oftrecs Highland Nursery Clovtruort 1 =IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES ndOne way second class colonist tickets thirdHomeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply TABLEaEAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Pole only arriv 5idExpress loaves OIo vorport 945 AMI stops at nil way stations arrives Louisville 12 351 M Train No 41 Dully fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvl11eccommodutlonurrlvcs WEST BOUND ccommodatlonleuve EvansvilleexpressleavesatlIawcRvllleansvllle arrives fet Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p m Evansvlllu 1030 m Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo AIIIIIawesvllloOwensboroChair curs on trains 41 and 44 between sleepingcanbetween Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leaveFordsvl11amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fotdsvlllo3flO p m arrives Irvington 520 pm onlysFordsville 6 30 m Irvington 003 p m WEST BOUND lcavcsIzvlngtonm pmDR PiC MITCHELL DENTIST OVERdFAIRfSatisfaction assured Profession al Prices A Tricky Skipper Talking about rats said a stevedor- ed a Sixth street pier reminds me oft pretty slick trick I witnessed the other day on the part of n down east skipper who wished to rid the ship ot number of troublesome rodents Ills vessel was moored near to an English freighter and he noticed that she waa taking III H quantity of cheese Suite evening he found uu excuse for ownspacket alongside The next step was to procure u plank smear It well with an odoriferous preparation of red herrings and place It through an open port on board the Englishman Tho WilE that during the night there was a wholesale Immigration of rats from the American ships hold to the cheese laden vessel ulougaldeNew- ork Press Fitted For tho Iluxiiicux Have you ever had any experience canvassing for subscription books the man nt the desk No sir said the applicantI for a but I can put up n good talk Well take n copy of this work and go anti see If you can get an order Ill give you halt n day to make time trial Time applicant went away In an hour or two Jho returned What luck Inquired the man at the desk j Ive goltu order for this book In full morocco from your wife sir The deuttc l Toulj do young man Tribune I to =UJapetneeOur children says a Japanese lady are not children long find we can do most with them when they are little Then we show them only beautiful things you knowonly beautiful things little silken balls and little carved thingsIugly We would be afraid of what our themII and Mrs Dennis Mitchell come dowMr from South Pars Jefferson- aunty last Thursday tu visit his OUSln Price UrnbamThin week they will visit Mr and Mrs Jno Graham LewlBpoit e Yhc W uW e I W Y IiMEETME AT NOLTESi J jSantaoWill make his home at our store and he will Ibe here soon Ji When He Comes To spend several weeks with us beforeII t Christmas he brings everything that the children as well as the older folksy could wish Watch For Our Opening And be sure you will always be a wet come guest at our store u J C NOLTE 6 BRO MASONIC TEMPLE f CLOVERPORT KY For the Holidays is Your Home Como in and Make yourself lit homo told we gill show you tho BIGGEST BEST ANDMOST UPTODATE Holiday display of Jewelry ever seam In this county If you buy pros ents from us It Means a Financial Saving For You For years your gift will he appreciat ed nod ns orten us the eye looks on the lovely Kern n warm spot Is renewed In tho heart Our experience of many years In the business Rives you the assurance of the best and most honest goods TrCt LEWIS 5 0 N Ky We have farms for sale in nearly every county in Kentucky Write us for list of f farms It costs you nothing to buy thiughus Now is tho time list your farm for sale Writes for our plan of selling through local agents over Kentucky and adjoining states We also soil stores hotels mills etc Finance Trust Co Farm and Business Opportunity Dept LOUISVILLE KY Mr and Mrs GeoCrist and children and Misses Daisy and Ella Crier spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Jno Carson at Owensbon Takes one trial of CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR to convince the average housewife that she hasnt forgotten how to bake r good things for the family Pleasing them all is discouraging work sometimes but not when CAD ICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is used Try it today Your grocer sells it by the pound sack ot barrel 4 Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND 5Our Store Hardinsburg FarmsFor Columbia i The Miraculous Curative AGENT DR DELMARS HEALING HERBS ffliIJIltT j IoI A guiuuntxccl lure for Liv er Kidney and Stomach Trouble Rheumatism and manyother ailments too numerous toii i mention in this spaeoor money t refunded For further information or if you write to obtain this remedy call nt Breckenridge News Office Cloverport y i Or send SlOO for full treatment or 25e for i treatment t- 0Pell i BrosL- EWISPORT KY SOLE AGENTS FOR KENTUCKY imIIIJCY will send It to you postpaid When ordering from Pell Ilros please cut out this advertisement and Inclose wlthorderor mention having seen It In IJUECKEMUnaK NEWS Take OR DBLMARS HGALINU HERDS and be tired I PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE All ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In timo Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION I ncinoclcleil- Kwotcr He laughs best who laughs last Theres a great deal of truth In that old saw WiseYes but theres more truth In the new saw that he laughs best who laughs first and whose laugh lasts Exchange For Their Health TeacherNow who can tell me why the Puritans came to this country Small Member of History Classl can teacher They came to purify their blood Cincinnati Tribune The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 30 1004 THOSE HEIFERS We Print Gus Richardsons Story About Them ay Save Him Frequent Repetition The Owensboro Inquirer says that Gus Kichardson iis having to tell the story of those heifers all through Ihit canvass for Senator In Hancookconuly To save the Senator from the burden of repeating the story to our many readers In that county anti In Breok enridge if the Senators labors extend that far and in that manner we pub lish below the story ot the heiters ns given in the Lomsvillo Herald Former State Senator Gus W Richardson of asylum heifer fame vrns at Seelbaohs Hotel last night says the Herald and gave a reporter for tile Herald a complete account of how he happeu d to be the recipient of tile two animals from the Board of Dir ectors of tho Western Asylum tor the Insane at HopkinsvUle s revealed when indictments were brought recent ly by Dr Winter A Lackey charging several of the members of the board with malfeasance in office Ive still Rot one ofthe heifers said Senator Richardson but tile other was killed by a train And she was wortn fi100 in any mans pocket if she was worth a cent It was too bad But Ive got the other and swill be worth as much next spring Now heres all there was to that heifer business I was a member of the Senate Committee on Charitable Institutions in the last Legislature and Superintendent Milton Board who had charge of the asylum at Hopkins villecame to me and said Gus weve got a bill for an appropriation we want to get through and I wish you would look after It when it gets to the Senate Of course I said I would Nothing wrong in that wns there And as I was a member of the committee which had to pass on the bill I did all I could for it there And every Mngle man on the committee voted to approve it because they all knew that as a business proposition it was bettor than giving the money to Lexington Well its a matter of record that the bill passed the Senate without any opposition from Democrats or Re publicans either hood bill dont you see nothing wrong in worKing for a bill like that And dont you know that Dr Lackey the very man who brought those indictments was OUR of the men to speak to me about that heifer Well thats so Just a day or two after tne bill was passed Dr Lacke met me in the lobby ot the Capitol Hotel and he says Gus you did good work for our appreciation down there at Hopkinsville Were Nice Heifers dud I says Oh I did what I could Then he said to me If those fellows sit the niylum dont give you one of those heifers that belong to the board theyre the basest ingrates in the world Those were his very words Of course I didnt think anything moro about it Never said anything tto anybody about wanting a heifer al though I may have mentioned to Dr Lackey that I was a farmer Well I didnt think anything more about it as I said until just before the Legislature adjourned I ota letter from my son in Ilopkintville saying the A yluui Hoard had sent me two heifersand that he ll1ulcut them on out to the farm I didnt see them at all until they bad been ON the fnrm a week Well they were nice heifer and iif the Asylum hoard wanted to give then to nia I didnt have anything to say agaiutt it How could 1 know but what they belonged to tome of the members of the Loam individually What differ eUCe could it make to me who they belonged to any how Id have taken them if they were given to me any how Didnt I have a right to accept a present from these men These are the facts in that case Thats what they raised all that hell about Nothing to itI didnt do nny ihiug wrong And Dr Lackey who brought those indictments was the very man who first suggested to me that they ought to give me a heifer What do you think of that With Senator Richardson was Dr J WKnox of Hancock countywho will be his opponent in the neat Democratic primary to succeed him in the State SenateWell slid Dr Knox approvingly all Ive got to say is that I want to be the next Senator in your place and I hope they will give me u heifer Wrong of course it wasnt wrong it was all right Nobody can blame you a bit This conversation took place in the trout of Seelbachs Hotel lobby The wise merchant advertises In the dull season because then the people have time to read the papers all through 1lillnilclpbla Inquirer r k I the Doctor Affidavit An amusing Incident occurred not long ago In a certain police court Two men wore summoned for bolus drunk Rising to spenk on their behalf their solicitor sold Vy clients can prove that they were sober Upon being toll by the police that they would be sum moned they at once went off to be ex amined by a doctor ami 1 hold In my hand a letter from him which with your worships permission I will now rend to the court Instantly the solicitor on the other side sprang to his feet and protester against the admission of such n letter as evidence Tho objection was held to be a good one but the evidence against the men being deemed liiBUfll Clout In other respects the case was dlftiutafted had the letter been admit ted they would undoubtedly have beer convicted for their legal representa tive hud simply bluffed tho court Tho letter from the doctor ran ns for lows The two defendants enmo to me and I regret to say that I found that they were both very drunk London News Two Very Important Avtn A magazine editor seeking an In crease of circulation sent to each of his 3500 subscribers this query What was the most Important net of your life Twenty pounds for the best true answer lie received moro than a thousand replies all but one relating some particular devil of which the writer was proud The exception and prize winner was brief and to the point Ben born he wrote Iii eouraged by the success of his scheme of advertising the editor sent out n second query offering a further twen ty pound note for the best answer This was the question Last mouth you stated what was the most impor tant act of your life now toll us wino is the most Important act of your life The varieties of replies would have made several pages of rare humor but the winner solemnly wrote Brotith iugLouder Chronicle Xlcctlcn of the French Language A writer In tho Cornhlll Magazine has found sonic delicacies of the French language In n handbook of eti quette for French children Tho pupils are warned not to say I have been eating cheese and calfs head mon sieur or Ho was riding on a donkey my lord This construction of the sentence Is very rude for It Implies an intimate relation between the calfs head or the donkey and the personage who Is addressed To avoid this one should say I have been eating cheese monsieur 11111 calfs head or My lord he was riding on a donkey That useful but ridiculous beast must be kept behind the nobleman Tourists In France must be careful where they put the calfs head or they will imperil the entente cordlale An Imjioxollile Condition An artist speaking of the blunders women writes moke said I rem emn ber that I once laid to illustrate for a small publication a womans story about u brave and amorous Texan cowboy Ho loved n fair maiden whom one day he lifted up before him to the front of Ills saddle and they kissed and role away Poor unfortunate ladylove To readers who have seen a Texan snit die no explanation Is needed It coves up In front to a pommel As for sit ting on tint peak I would ns soon sit on the point of n spear especially If tho horse were to gallop I wouldnt ask a puppy dog to sit on that saddle horn much less any girl who loved me IoiirHona Wlien Hour INilIril AVIren The only time I was ever guilty of wire pulling said Senator liner once to a friend was when I so used my Influence that Thucydldes Instead of Herodotus received honorable mention on the facade of the public library in Worcester Mass us the representa tive reek historian Why did I want to carry that point Oh only because Ive always had an especial fondness for Thucydldes Was not that deliriously characteris tic Is there another man In Ameril CUll public life today who would pull Wires fur TbuiydidesV National flag IIII A TARTAR TRICKSTER The Way lie Tried to Sell n Vnllnc tn n Foreigner At the annual fair in Nljnl Novgorod I stepped with n GermanRussian friend Into a saddlery where he wish ed to purchase n valise He picked out one for which the Tartar mer chant named a price that was evident ly much In excess of its real value My friend was making the usual feint un der such circumstances of leaving the store whom he noticed that the dealer with a rapid movement stuck n paper in the outside pocket of his valise Not being a greenhorn III Russia he knew Immediately what the Tartar was up to Rut barlu sold the latter calllut him hack conic Look at the leather and time lining silk all through Pleas examine It carefully Ho handed the valise again to my friend and tunic 1 hack to his stock apparently lojklns for ether Patcliqis to show With a sly wluk my friend extracted a ton ruble lute from the outer pocket of the va IIse term hid It III his hand Then lhe said Dont trouble yourself any long er This valise seems to be what you say it Is Bud 1 will take It The Tartar grimed broadly us be turnedI iround satisfied that hisl little tric k hall mueoeled Then while mv friend IpivloiuUlI to count out the par chiiso I r i be took hold once inure of the vilisc in order accidentally to dis cover time bunk note In It I Hhall nev er tiivi liis eyes which bulged out oi their sHkits or the petrified smile on his fit when he found his m nev gout lIt wax so bewildered that le stammered like a drunken rasa The fellow really ought to get a los son my friend said to mo In Gorman while he kept the trickster In suspense for several minutes before handing him back the bank note together with the valise which the denier now of fered fur loss than unit of what he had demanded before Slgmmid Kranz In Booklovers lingazlue- CONVERSATION DONTS Dont indulge in personalities They Invariably return worse thau they started out Dont mention family feuds It em barrasses the listener curd you are sure to regret It Dont talk of the cost of things It gives the rich a chance for boastful iioss andl may be embarrassing to the pour Dont tell your personal Interests occupations hopes or aspirations Nobody wants to hear them and you give your dignity a mortal stab Dont discuss children If you have tiny tho cHuiceH are you are borliii those who have not If you have none you are sure to be mortally wounding those who hove Dont discuss dress The lady whose evening gown you are scoring may have cone direct from Paris wearing the newest thing and the whole sub Jolt Is a hopeless one nnywuy11tr- 1esI Weekly The Korean IniiRnnpe Korean Is a dllllcult language to lens Trilling errors are likely to lead a foreigner Into great embarrassment It was only the smallest mistake that lei an Impassioned preacher to warn his congregation that unless they re pented they would be relegated to a cellar the Korean words for cellar trod tho nether world being almost Identical In like manner till story of Lazarus who fell sick was told tot Sunday school class with an unau thorized ending The native forum of expression Is entering n sickness and by a trilling confusion the teacher was made to declare that Lazarus en tered a bottl- eLACKEY SUCCEEDED Dr A A Bailey ot Baileys Mill Franklin county has Preen appointed First Assistant Physician for the Western Asylum for the Insane at Eopkinsville Dr Bailey succeeds Dr Walter Lackey who ligured prom inently in the recent scandel over the heifers which were given Senator Cans Uichaiujon by the commissioners of the Asylum When 9oupurchasc a pres ent select something that will lad or the person receiving it II likely to soon forget the river Artistic designs beautifully finished together with great wear lag qualities are combined In the 1847- RGERB BROSSPOONS FORKS KNIVES Etc The IJ47 ROGERS BROS brand has a world wide reputation as Silver Plate that Wear and Is cold by all leading dealers Scnd to the makers for beautifully illustrated eats logue CLll- TIUATIOJUL SILT Co Saeeenorw MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO Mirldin Conn at tti One of the Beautiful of Ghicago rep lates an experience i t Miss ELlA BOURGE 47 Ashland Boulevard Ill wrote to Dr Pierce recently as follows i tt I am glad to able to testify to the public what your medicine has done for me I had been with catarrh for a number of years had rchanger at last tried your medicine found it just what it is represented to be I used a number of bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and will that I have not felt well several i tmont IeyesI without it and I shall forever give praise to your f worthy medicine f B osU itE PUBLIC SINGERS EVERYWHEREF Recommend Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for coughs 1f nose and throat troubles It cures Bronchitis Laryngitis Weak Lungs Bleeding from Lungs public speakers Sore Throat Hoarseness and Suppres sion or Loss of Voice This vegetable tonic has ingredients which allay a cough and at the same time it purifies the blood thereby getting the scat of the difficulty for a cold or catarrh is produced bya stagnation of the blood supply The tt Dis covery purifies the blood by eliminating the corrupt and poisonous accumulationsII which are the source of many diseases It gives new life and strength E D LOE of Princeton flfo sends his sincere thanks to Dr Pierce as follows About one year ago I took what our home doctor called La Grippe and was bothered with a dry hacking cough also bowel trouble all summer People of my acquaintance said I was going fast with quick consumption Hadweighed one hundred and eighty pounds before having Grippe- but t had become very thin when I commenced to take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery After taking five bottles the bowel trouble was completely overcome and my cough was gone Sick people especially those suffering from disease in chronic form are invited to consult Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y by letter free II GIVEN AWAY Women ChicagoI 111NoI stamps to pay oxponso of mailing ONLY It Is tho host modorn modloal work containing more than ono thousand largo pages of valuablo advlco and Informa lion Sand 31 ono cont stamps for tho clothbound volumo or only 21 stamps for tho book In papas covers Address Dr R V PIERCE Bulfalo N Yrt s J N4+ M N + A1 NOANO 4eI A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER t e FOR 90 DAYS ONLY tNvNOONeOaMNi NVN HflTile Pen is Mightier than the Sword But there is a choice of wens and in this progressive age one does not want to be tied down to AN OUTWORN STYLE OF PEN Tho Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers a goosequill our e fathers a steel or ordinary gold pen but today we want A FOUNTAIN PEN 7 that is always ready for use thus dispensing with the inkstand In order to enable our renders to secure this really indispensable convenience wo have made an arrangement with Tho Selden Pen Mfg Co of Now York City Y where by wo can supply a High Grade Guaranteed eII Ukt GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN 2t and ono years subscription to tho BKECKEXKIDOE NEWS for 150 1 14kt Gold Fountain Pen 200 1 Years Subscription 100 300 Both for 150 WITHIN THE NEXT NINETY DAYS j The pen is of the best construction cannot get out of order or fail to write and is equal to any 200 PEN ON THE MARKET TODAYII The cut shows exact size Every pen is guaranteed REMEMBER THAT THE OFFER IS FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY jj- This is the most liberal offer we have ever had an opportunity to make to our subscribers toii I BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI I CLOVERPORT KY IR HOLSTON UNDER BOND Nick Holston charged with the mur der ot Ben Case Grahamton was given an examining trial Friday He was held guilty ofmnuror and his bond r V i of be and as in at S N the f L tired at 5000 which he has so far been unable to give Walter Gray was appointed by Judge Hagen to defend Holston Meade County Messenger JJv 1 Holston was arrested at Hordinaii rOsseF r 1 DeWItts ffl V Salvo For Piles Burns Sorec i 1l ik frI JaThe Beeckenridge News WEDNESDAY November 30 1004 NOT A FACTOR Any Longer In Making Prices I The Size Of The CropThe Old And New System I oficiulIl irgan of the American Society of r quity in a recent article shows r ho advantago of marketing farm I products by the new system jftl known as controlled marketing systemVl system 1 ling is tho one that is advocated V by tho American Society of Equi I ty and it is rapidly being put in iIto operation by hundreds of fiirru fcrs in many sections of the country the tendency being toward a gen I oral use of tho system Tho arti V cIo in question iis as follows t Farmers do their best to raise ii largo crops and yet as a favorable v season advances and they see their hopes realized they begin to have v misgivings and deprecate their soHthing YCStwo are having a- ts t good crop lint it wont bring any l tmgl Such expressions arc J common among farmers during good crop years All have heardi them and many have used them Farmers actually dread the thing they most earnestly seek This makes farm life a constant periods of doubt if not of depression i When farmers plant they far an t unfavorable yield This fear re moved by promising conditions tfiey dread an excessive crop and r j thejl I i so by tho old system of marketing the system that gives into the hands of others not only tho making of tho prices f but tho farmers life his hope his fate Under the true system of marketing the system that makes tie farmer an independent factor in tho great Hold of human effort h and guarantees to him the stabil ity and certainty that alone makes other callings possible tho size of the crop is not a factor in determining the price except when tho yield on account of untoward conditions driven below the nor mal Then the lack of supply justifies an increase of price to compensate the farmer for misfortunes and losses for which he is in no way responsible enable him to divido those losses with a world ho feeds and clothes But an excessive crop need no longer be dreaded as too great a blessing for controlled marketing maintains the price und in fortthoworldeach day its daily bread at prices no greater than it is accus tomed to pay Under this system The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thisI country most dangerous because so deceo tlve Many suddeni1 deaths are caused b- yitheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital orlans or the 1kidneysthemselves break down and waste away by cell Bladder troubles most always result from I IsIthe kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and r remedyItbltlty to hold urine and scald ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many I times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won 1p cases1pI sold ldollarIIi tells all about n Dom Homo of SwampRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co 6 Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper t make any mUtitko but Swampeaname Swamp Root Dr Kilmer Root and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle f+ ScrofulaI- s very often acquired though generally inherited Bad hygiene foul air impure are among its causes sIt is called the soil for isallowedlosis or consumption is pretty sure to take roo- tHoodsSarsaparilla Removes every trace of scrofula Get Hoods- For testimonials of remarkable cures send for Book on Scrofula No1 eL Hood Co Lowell Mass system which right and justice and fair dealing approve the far mer may sow in hope reap in con fidence and sell in assurance of just reward Under tho present the or oldspstem the system of speculation gambling and option swindling the system that has pre vailed so long ho sows in doubt reaps in uncertainty and too often sells in despair Choose ye this day which ye will have A Heavy Load To lift that load oil of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Care It digests what yon eat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all dtIlOrd oCt- he stomach that are curable are instantly relieved and permanently cur ed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Ip StorrsaIarngRisttW7 Main etreetNew Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal1 satisfaction and is so ti surely becoming the positive relief and sub sequent cure for this distressing ail ment I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify iny customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how wellthe remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of soienlitio experiment nnd wlll positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by All Drug gist HANCOCK COUNTY Clurlon A meeting of all the A Sof E local unions of Hancock county is culled to meet at Hawesvillo on Saturday December 3dat 10 a m All persons in sympathy with tho unions are invited A man supposed to have been living on Victor Ilagmans farm und owning 50 bushels of wheat walked into the Clovorport mills a few weeks ago with an order with Mr Hugmans name forged to it und drew 137n He hasnt been heard of since Mrs J 11 Barnett who lives with her husband near Patesvillo was tried Holiday on a lunacy charge and convicted She Wits taken to lopkinsvilloI that night by her husband and Sheriff Ban non Mrs Barnctts mind had heen impaired for about three I months und although she may be I in the presence of her husband her hallucination ran along tho lino that he was absent and she couldnot get to see him As arcI sult MrJ3arnett who is a man of little or no means has been kept so closely by her side that ho has not worked two days in the past three months She likewise threat ened frequently to jump in a well but was always watched closely Tho case is one of peculiar pity They have no children POLICY TOWARD SOUTH- A Washington dispatch to tho Courier Journal says- Representative Clayton of Ala bama who lugs arrived to attend the coming session of Congress believes there will bo a great change in tho Presidents policy toward the South during the com ing administration Why shouldnt the President be the President of all tho people1 asks Mr Clayton Ho is no can didate to succeed himself has no political axes to grind and will want to go out of office liked by tho people not only of the North- East and West but of tho South as well I do not believe ho will favor a reduction of the Souths electoral vote I am also of the opinion that there are a great many Republicans who are against this proposition not on account ofany love for the South but because tho reduction of our representation would mean that Congress indorses ti our elimination of the negro vote UP TO THE BUYERS Guthriely Nov 2dAt a meeting of the executive cormnittte of the Dark Tobacco District Planters Protective associatiou of Kentucky held nt their office in this city article4 of incorpora lion were executed ann forwarded to the proper parties for record Reports from all counties were so satisfactory that the association now feels authorized to state that it is now ready to entertain pro positions from prospective buyers of dark tobacci WORST SINCE 1854 Klizabetbtown Ky Nov 21ilbe drought in Html In county is the worst since 1854 There has been no rain of any consequence since the lust wei k of July Pastures are driedup and stock water is being hauled for miles by the farmer The wheat which has been sown has failed to sprout and even if a heavy rain were to fall now and sprout the wheat it would not obtain sufficient root to escape the freezes A failure in next years wheat crop iis a foregone conclus ion A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itching Blind nieedtUR or Irbtrudlnc Piles IrUKtrlsts refund money If IAO OINTMENT tails to cure any case no matter of how longstanding InO to 14 days First yourdruJrltlstwill ho forwarded postpaid by Paris Medt clnu Co St Louts Mo- A Jnimiicno lint The proverbial politeness of the Jnp ancsc has resulted in the development of n number of rent little customs One of the best Is the mnnner In which one hostess gets rid of nn unwelcome guest She tines not hint that the time Is about up for his stay or that she Is going visiting soon but sets to work preparing n dainty luncheon which sle pucks In n little box ties up with ribbon and paper and hands to the guest souse morning It Isnt an Insult either Its just a hint and one that is always taken Behind the Ilnrn If you are an amateur photographer and have n negative of same flIpJliII whom you would like to see locke l up for a long term put your printing frame Just Inside a who mosquito netting whoa you print the next picture from the negative The result will lea print showing your friend behlnl the bars Time effect will be almost startling MlntitKen Tncll thought that the author of tins book was fatuous for his keen un derstanding of women June Well do you doubt It Jack Of course He says that the heroine suffered in sl lence Kaiifeus City Independentb nlllltl They say that he hns a past said Miss Primly and there was awe In her voice Well said Miss Speedson if he hns one hes going so fast now thnt It will never overtake 11lmlxIchange Free Flctltin Mrs MugghisDo you rend much fic tion Mrs liujfglns No I got nil the fiction I want listening to my hus bands reason for coming home lute Philadelphia lleeord Ilimoxt- He Its hard to Ikeep n secret some times Isnt It heI dont know 1vo never trkMl It Detroit Tree Press lelnunl Jlggs IJvery tliue I go along this road nt night 1 18mli startled by the np parltlon of a Jackass JUBRS You aint the only man Unit gets frightened at his own shadow Chicago Journal Feminine Affection GladysJack says If I dont marry him he will go and do something fool ish Ed the sarcastically Poor fel IIheI II saytheresstatement then there are uncommon colds colds which are dangerous for many a fatal sickness begins with a cold If we could tell the common ccjld from the un common we could feel quite safe But we cant The uncommon variety is rarely recognized until it has fastened its hold on the lungs and there are symptoms of con sumptionAt first symptoms the careful person will heed the warning by taking a mild laxative i some vegetable pill that will not disturb the system or cause griping About the best is Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets If the cold starts with a cough and it persists then some local treatment for this condition should be taken A well known alterative extract which has been highly recommended by thousands of users is DiscoveryThisextract of roots and herbs and has a sooth ing effect upon the mucous membrane allays the irritation and at the same time works in the proper and reasonable way at the seat of the troublethe stagnated or poisoned blood It contains no alcohol to shrivel up the blood corpuscles but makes pure rich red bloodDr Pierces icocpage illustrated book The Common Sense Medical Adviser Is sent free in paper covers on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only For 31 stamps the clothbound volume will be sent ioo3 pages It was formerly sold for 150 per copy Address Dr aVPierce Buffalo N Y Z a lYmolAs Builder Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all tho medicinal elements taken from genuine fresh cuds livers with organic iron told other bodybuilding ingredients but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength and flesh creator known to medicine For old people puny children weak palo women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumptionnothing equals Vinol Try itif you dont like it wo will return money SHORT HAYNES Druggists s G Harrison Sons Hd uu aeoer USD80CD9 im GQQO Stao 0- zIz ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i Excursion TIckefs now on sale at reduced rates to NEW OR 2 0 LEANS LA HAVANA CUBA HOT SPRINGS ARK City of HEX g ICO and many points with stop over and o 2 return limits qA qq Only Line through Conducted Ex 110rsolllIlY Louisville IA NEW AHIZONA and TEXAS New liberal running i iFolders and Mutter California Orleans Circulars crlptlvo Lands the South through tickets apply ueuruut railroad agent n- iddress0 3 3F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky 3 eoooaroootlooooo00oooooaoe erooocaaeeooec ecooaQCGCaO J L MOORMAN DENTISTOUlcu over Oelzcs Hardware Store rVoTipt attention all kinds of Dente AorL Special attention FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Fulfil Good Fortune There n story told of u usher to whom sudden good fortune brought sudden death He wits n man who touched III luck at the start and could not get away from Not a gram of gold could he flml his own claim his capital was exhausted he could not even obtain a livelihood n delspalrlong worked out and begged permission go down the shaft was granted lie went down amid 200 feet from tho surface he drove In his pick and dis lodged something lie came up with und asked that his find might be nmlned nnd weighed That was done all mine he asked was they told him Its not the govern ments No was not tho govern meats Nor anybody elses No nor anybody elses nil belongs entirely and solely to pie did The nameless wanderer haul found one of time biggest nuggets unearthed weighed 10U pounds of pure gold fheI turned to him to find thnt Joy had killed him The story said to be true Drn flatten Acts Acts were passed In tho reigns ot- awtiam ut Anne and Geonw Qf The New Body actually All and Leading Varieties of StrawberryPlants V ALSO Peach Apple I and Per Trees SKXI FOR 1UKK CATALOG UK J Berlin eosooooaao CALIFORNIA other till congratulate I Special Low 8Uound trip Hates In effect to tho Southwest First 2 and Third Tuesdays each month CDo a 0 For Descriptive of Now de 914of lit and to or O A to to I is as It in as la to It it ex Is It It It It It It Is on in n A tree bottle of Dr Thachcrs Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURG KY Wilt practice his profession lu all of tb Jourtsuf llrecienrldkf and adjoining coon bUts SiHHJlal attention given to cull ctln read cases and criminal practice IlcensoI t urictloe In United States DlHlrlct Courts utUcu over Hunk jf UardlnsburR SouriStomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodo cures Indigestion This new discovery repre lents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined will the greatest known tonic 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 mi strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of Rtyenswood W Vs MTII yearKodolI for baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only i1 00 Slza holdlnt 2K times the trto size which sells for 50 cents Prepared by E O DWITT a 00 OHIOAdf Sold by all Druggists which made It illegal for nny tailor to make or guy man to wear clothes with any buttons other than those made of brass appended thereto The law further enacted that not onlyI should any tailor who committed a breach of It be tined 40 shillings but also that he should not be able to recover from his customer lu n court law the price of the suit which ho 10f adorned with the offending but The whole object of the act wits to protect the KIrmlngham metal but ton makers A case which conic be fore the courts in the year 1851 or 1S35 In which n man on being sued by his tailor raised a successful de fense relying on the acts in question that the buttons on the clothes which he had ordered were bone and not brass called attention to the existence of the anachronism and the restric tions were soon utter abolished Lou don King Othello In n Malay Theater A correspondent writing In the Aus tralasian thus describes a performance of Othello In n Malay theater It was all in Malay of course but where they had got the European costumes from I cannot imagine They were of nil kinds and descriptions Othello was dressed as a toreador with tennis I Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address mo at Hardinsburg Ky LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO Past Mali and Passenger Line between Louisville and Eva vine- Slenrners Morning Star Tell City- Tarascont Leave Louisville dnilexcept Sun tiny 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sunday and Monday 0 pm Monday lO a m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stocktGeneral Office 154loOi58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GOH WILSON Supt I JOHN S CULLEY l S i6 H BRICK CONTRACTOR I 1 fc Louisville Ky li W o BB A MAN You can make yourself taller straighter and broader if you will practice the exercises in this book N98FOXS ATMUBT1C LIORARVi xARMY x EXERCISESBy LOF TIlE TENTH HELD BATTERY i UNITED STATES ARTILLERY 1 I PRICE 10 CENTS RICHARD KFOXPubliaher NEW YORK DO VOU WANT TO CULTIVATE A MILITARY BEARING 1 THIS SHOWS YOU HOW I PRICE 10 CENTS POSTAGE 2 CENTS EXTRA RICHARD K FOX FRANKLIN SQNYC SEND FOR LIST OF SPORTING BOOKS Troubled with rheumatism t Then win not Ur1lachurdLiver IrtNcrlptloit 1 Age At ten yours n incre package of chew lug guns will ninkc the little girl happy At seventeen you must mid n inntlJ nee to the lIInew Orleans Times I a Democrat I shoes on Cnsslo as Henry VIII lago in n hInt velvet court suit with a barristers wig well down over hla nose Desdomonn In n short Spanish dancing girls dress Itodorlgo a green Druids gown with husk stockings nnd tanned boots Rut the joke of the whole thing was the music There was n Malay orchestra of banjos iimiilo This etc but they played scarcely nny native music They all simply love European music to which they set their own Malayan words The whole play was Interspersed with songs Just like our comic opera- sChnrltniie Doctors Doctors give away more thnn nny other class of men on earth It Is stat ed thnt the gratuitous services of phy sicians last year to one large 1hlladel pliln hospital amounted to over 5500 000 at ordinary fees Upon this tho Wisconsin Medical Recorder remarks t that If any individual or any society had given r00000 to any cause tho fact would have appeared In nil tho dallies with large headlines but this free work of time physicians has como to be considered as too common for no tice And this was only one hospitallu ono city How enormous this freo work In tho wholo country must kayo hw4n tout vurrP t The Breckenridge Newsfi WEDNESDAY November 30 100J t BIG SPRING latI Frans HKllltuan of Rineyvlllo was here Friday- Born to the wife of Wesley Mullen on Nov 21st a son 5 Dr Strother and Ben Clarkson Here in Ellzabethtown Sunday Quarterly meeting will tie held here on Saturday and Sunday Dec 10 t and 11- Miss Uennievie tjlarksou is howe from T cksoD Tenn where she has charge of a EanatariuiE- Mlpses Zeltua Strother and Hortenso h Miller went to Louisville Wednesday returning Monday evening Rev Dan Shnoklett and Miss Lill Scott were the guests of her aunt Mrs Molliu Morris Friday night Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter attended the funeral of Mrs Dan Roberts at Buck Grove Saturday 3 3Mrs Will Hun arla11l1and children of Louisville are hero visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson Mrs Charlie Stith and daughter Miss z zNell of Ekrou were here Tuesday and t tWednesd the guests of Mr and Mr r Tom Dnrbin John HICKS and wife of Louisville came Friday and remained over unt Sunday with her pareutsMrand Mrs W H Doran Mrs Achilles Moorman and son Jus went to Louisville Wednesday and will remain over until Monday with relatives at Anchorage Messrs Hayes Willett and Ed Wnttsof Groveland and Long Branch i were the guests of Raymond Moormani on Thanksgiving and all enjoyed ai hunt Mrs Ishoni Mopsboger and daugh I tern Misses Maggie and Etlie of j Cecilia were the guests of R S Dow ell and family Wednesday returnin home Thursday Many Babies Die From Croup every winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by seeping in the house a bottle of Para camph When Croup is coming on give a few drops internally apply freely to the throat and chest It cuts the phlegm draws out the fever and inflammation alwost instantly It is safe and sure i j IlRVINGTON H H Kemper has returned from Uratz Ky- Hubert PIggott spent the seasons h vacstion nt home Mrs Charlie Simmons and daughter Lenahave retnrnd from the St Louis fair Miss Jamison and brotherof Owens boro are the company of Mrs Taylor Dowell MIES Edith Maisnal and Eva WMo t Glotblan returned from Louisville Sunday night Rev Clapo was among the many the pleasant callers at the McUlothlau resident MondayiuMrs Henry Davis and Mrs Blanch tjOlnycouibvine the post week Sunday chool rally at Webster today All are wnlcotue to come and hear good speeches by tine workershej Mr and MTK Bate Washington pin t the ThuuKsgivinir holiaajs with their bildreu in Louisville i Aliss Vesta Davideon spent a few M i days with Miss Etta English during the Thanksgiving holidays Dr and 10111Jaul Dempster and A Master Philip Dempter are spending some time at Mr Foster Lyonstr trl8sr jgdenburgL week the company of her uncle Drhj Lon Jor lDllnItMr and Mrs Arthur Williams and little daughter Ehel of Owensboro the were the company of Mrs Kate Bennett I last week I spIof Meade county were here Thursday to attend Thanksgiving services utUl the BnptUt uhuroh H H Kemper hAS returned from Frankfnt and the Shnners banquet in Louisville which occurred on the evening ot Nov MbuMr Billy Stith of Louisville V came down to attend the funeral and burial of his grandson Forre t btith Jr which occurred hst weekluj j Miss B Ada Drury of Louisville Squire Drury and wife and George aud Drury of Bewleyvtllo Dr Mooriuan and wife enjoyed n Thnnksgiving 111na Mc1rUlollilnnMrs N MuUlothlan has returned irom a visit to her old hone in Meade county a community known as Bra shear Flats nnotiwr one of the old homes or land murks imesinv into the tho posse piup of strnntrert Mrs Bar ins Brashear Gilliland who hnn had as the euro of the home leaves shortly fortr i Cincinnatti to jMu her son there l 5- a- r+ SUMMER RASHESI I Instantly Relieved by Baths with uticureitI If SOAP te And gentle applications of CUTI CUBA Ointment the great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of emollientsi This is the most speedy permanent and economical 1 disfiguringitching scalphumorstations and is sure to succeed when failgSold throughout the world futletiriSoip c01nU moot SOc Knolreiit We Iin form of Chocolate Coilrd rift 2k per viall of OIl Urnoiii london W Choler home Sq t fart 3 Hue tie lel l all i Ifcmon If Columlml Ave IVHtf Drug a Chem Corp Sole Proprietors orSend for llow to Curt Cverr hum- orPATESVILLE = Messrs Homer TIndle and Itoy Sapp of Dukes attended the literary Friday night MrsF K Gordon and little daugh ter Pauline of Owensboro are visiting t J relatives here Mr and Mrs H V Brunor und daughter Hattie are visiting relaI tives at toe Narrows Mr and Mrs W H Lynch and Ml IScow Rilla Howard of Balltown spent Friday and Saturday in town Mr and Mrs A T Blaine left Sat urday tor Memphis Tenn where they will reside for the present Albert Young who has been visi ing his brother Fred Young returae- to his home Thursday in Iuka Illi noisThanksgiving services were conducted in the 11 E church on Thursday morning and in the Baptist church t evening The subject for n donate at the next isWhioh is the more destruc fire or water IIT W Lynch iis chosen editor ol the weekly paper for the next meeting Only two turkeys antlered the penalty of Thanksgiving One was at tin a of Mr and Mrs Ollie Lynch who I prepared Thanksgiving foaat anti Invited all of their relatives The other was at tnt home of Mr and Mrs J Fawver who invited their doughf ters and families Mr and Mrs F Young and children and Mrand Mrs T Blaine Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to by Elys Cream Balm which agreeably aromatic It is receivedI through the nostrils cleanses andI the whole surtace over whin I diffuses itself A remedy for nasalII1I Catarrh which is drying or exciting to i diseased membrane should not be used Crtam Balm is recognized as a ecific Price CO cents at druggists I by mall A cold in the head unII mediately disappears when Cream alm is used bly Brothers BO WarrenI Street New Yor- kHardins SchoolHouse Walter Taul went to Canneltou o- siness I J last SaturdllhNelson Ball has returned from a fiveI montlis tour in the East Lee Miller of the pike was visit g in our community Sunday = Orrin Hardin commenced shredding husking corn last Wednesday- A A Miller has a fine corn crop It fifty bushels to the acre Newt Brooks ol Cannelton visited Nath Shafer Saturday and Sunday Ernest DeJarnutt of Jolly Station visited at Dennis Millers Monday G Louis Salilie says Parker never was It man ho thought he was no how j Walter Meadow says lie has eight tine hogs as there are in the cons In There was preaching at Hardins J l i Iiujo Schoolhouse Sunday and a good at tendanceBen WnrHeld Miller arrived from the West Thanksgiving duoo Tnoy stop ped at the worlds fair oni their way home tOld Coon GREATER BENEFITS R H MoOavook of near this city writes UpToDate Farming official orcan of the American Society of Equity as follows- I feel that I have been greatly benefited both intellectually and finan chilly by having your paper a constant visitor in my home and I look forward with faun unshaken for ranch greater benefits in the future I feel that it is up to us as farmers to carry into eifeot the plan you so ably advance in securing to ourselves profit aisle prices on all farm prouots Yon make It so plain the wayfarer though a fool need not err therein We alone as farmers have the material to work with and it must devolve upon us to secure the results MAY BEAR FRUIT Washington Nov 28 After repeat ed rebuffs and discouragements there is now promise that the long continu ed agitation for a ninefoot channel depth in th Ohio river which has been carried on by the Ohio Valley Improvement Association will soon bear fruit The Committee on Rivers and Harbors today at a meeting celled to consider the general subject matter of the lull that is to be intro duced at the short session of Congress discussed the project briefly and virtually concluded to provide for the initial stop in the improvement LESSON TO OTHERS Owensboro Ky Nov 24UraI Staples a boy sixteen years old at tempted to jump on a moving train at Fordsville and lost his foot which was crus bed off by a wheel of the train He was otherwise injured an the accident will probaoly prove fatal GOES TO OKLAHOMA Win Askins and family of Glen deane will go to Oklahoma in a week or two to reside Mr Askins has been the proprietor of the Ankins Hotel at Glendeane for about ttvi years BUY SLOT NO81 R L Newsom inns bought city Jot No 81 on Second street from Mrs L T Reid for 7700 11111 Nye Cow Bill Nyc the humorist once had a to sell and advertised her its fol lows Owliis to my 111 health I will sell at my residence lu township 10 range I 18 according to the governments sur icy one plush raspberry cow aged eight years She Is of undoubted cour ntman who does not tent dentin In any dform she would be a great boon She Is very much attached to her present home with n stay chain but she will be sold to any one who will agree to treato her right She Is onefourth Shorthorn alsonthrow In n double barrel shotgun which goes with her In May she usually ROOM away for a week or two nod returns with a tall red calf with wabbly logs Her name Is Hose I would rather tell her to a nonresident Tin lieu DM tier Beet A truthful farmer relates that he put- e porcelain egg Iu the nest of a hesgand found that the eggs she laid were of Increased size Then he put a goose egg III the nest The hen laid nu egg just as large lie was so pleased with the scheme that he put n whitewashed hi the nest When ho went the next time to search for eggs he found one as big as a football but no hen insight Securing the erg he sow en graved on It by hen photography these words Im no ostrich but Ive done my bait Later he found the hen In side the egg IShe flinthMother I cant have that young of staying here so lute nt night You n must give him u hint of some laud Daughter III the evening I nm very touch afraid something will happen to you on the streets nt night You must more careful of yourself nod oat bo so lute If anything should happenout cngagedIAlnrltnl Aniciiltle- My dear said the learned man I think tilt I slwM1 write n dictionary What for asked his wife innand there Cleveland Lender When the inexperienced go traveling they take along n Hide book the erne rlenced a chock book New York Press REMEDY THIS CATARRH Is sure to GIV- ESatlsfaotlon Elys Cream Balm Belief at Once cleanses soothes und hauls thu Ms p eased mcmbrano IrFEVERdrivesthA Head quickly It Is absorbed Hoais tinsBananautdruJlJllsriELY UROTIIElm fJlUiirnn Street TV 1Ioi4l CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED Miss Amelia Weymer Hundreds of Women Cured of tire First Stages of Consumpt on by Peruna The Following Letter From a Thank ful Woman Tells Its Own Story Mrs Mary E Hobllt 2JOt Clinton avenue Minneapolis Minn writes liMy son suffered for three months with catarrh of tho bronchial tubes which threatened to become very serious The doctors advised that ho seek a more favorable climate but as ho had heard of Peruna as a specific for Jung trouble ho decided to give It a trial before ho left his family for an expensive Journey among strangers For six months he used it faithfully and found that the trouble gradually disappeared and blessed health took its place In two months ho was perfectly well and able to per form his duties You have indeed a grateful mothers thanksMrs Mary Hoblit While there Modified are NtJro8II digenous outside tropics I lending American English French and Italian ethnologists boldly tench that the white races of the world lire slt111j ply modified negroes and that time gloSuxou and other white rotes ore of an African origin having crossed ver into Europe during time neolithic lIe Their habits character of toad environments attitude of their homes climate occupation their greater dls tunes from the rays of the tropical sun ore some of the ethnological fill tots which ore believed to hove blench ed1 their skins and made them white Quaint Graveyard InNrrlptlon Time London News commends to any body engaged in colletting quoin rntJlIr Inscription the following one sent by n rambling correspondent who disco ered It near Celbrldgc in County Klldare TAKE NOTICE Cut no sods for graves Hero put no corpses over This wall or gate give 6 Hourps notice to the care- Taker O Boyd Maynooth Where the lkeys Is Iscpu Dr IJolmen nn nNegro In the great Boston Public library there stands oil a pedestal in a corner Bates hall the main reading room bunt in very dark bronze of Oliver Wendell Holmes the patron saint of Boston The other day two old ladles were wandering about the building Both the soad dames critically exam ined the likeness Why I never know remarked one to the other drawing1 back a little that Dr Holmes was 11 negro i Ilnthcrx Him Too It is ahIIII lRald the minor poet with an important air but there are days that I cannot write at all Me too replied the plain person and Wednesdays time worst of nil I mast generally write the n haters the d Philadelphia Press I Aeeonrrttodutht- ghousekeeperAnd arc you good shout roust meats Now GirlFaith- Oi nm so maam 0111 ate any khilll- o thlin wljout comylnlnln Philadel plum Ledger The gnint Idhla 8o not so than r less maid iihdnj tin the restless sea n A Girl n 1 eS Fra r rNe e reee+e err Miss Amelia Weymer Wls writes I Early last summer I contracted a cold which seemed to hang on to me and could not be shaken off From the head it went to the throat and then affected my lungs My mother felt very anxious and ns we had used Peruna In the family before she advised me to try it I was somehow very opposed but was persuaded to try Peruna Using it one day convinced me that it was no ordinary medicine within a week I was much better and in weeks I was well and I felt much stronger much better health generally I was perfectly I isfied with the results from the use of Peruna Miss Amelia Weymer It is tho pralso of thoso who havo been cured by Ieruna that makes this remedy 50 popular and BO extensively used No advertisement could have accomplished this result Peruna cures tho first stages of con sumption by removing tho cause which is chronic catarrh Tile catarrh having been cured thin cough find other disagreeable symptoms cuiue UNION STAR A B Oar and L B Hall are in St Louis thisweek taking in the worlds fair Miss s Flora Brown and Mottle Tivett psent lust Sunday with Miss Mary Stewart Miss Nellie Cash man returned home Sunday eveningI after a few daysvisU to her sisters in Louisville Missi Mary Hlohardson spent last wee +c in Hnrdlnsonr the guest of her Mst r Mrs p M Reard Mr and Mrs Jas S Younger or Cloverport silent Thanksgiving1 with their aunt MM C M McGlothlan J H Bandy and family passed tthrough town Thursday en route to his sisters Mrs Johu B Frymire lit Cbunault Misses Margarita Cart Daisy Hall liLd Russell all took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr and Mrs A M Me Clure Thursday Miss Brook Hall returned home Mondav from Stephersport where she had been spending a few days with her aunt Mrs R A Smith Scan theitteKind You Have Alftas Beam Blgnztnre4T Dr S B Adkisson was down from Webster Tnursday lie Feels Bade Who is stopped up with a Cold in the Head or Chest Quinine may make you SiCK but if you milt apply Parncamph freely and snuff np tin nose you will get instuut rehor be cause it opens the pores stimulates the crculHthn and removfs all con goUion fever find Inflrtimnation Paracainph prevents Pneumonia So lont lot your cold hnng on Try a lottle today Miss Iva Squires is at home from Clo erport F W Bufluun of Cloverpor visiting hIs father IsII Mrs Liza Jones of Linievllle is visiting nt J E Mirrors IN THE STAGES FIRSTII IllJ Beautiful Saved From Dread Consumption Other Wonderful Cures IAppleton twoI v1STOfitIt RAYMOND CATARRH CAUSES CONSUMPTION Peruna Never Falls to Cure Ca tarrh Wherever Located THE medical profession has so thoroughly prejudiced tho minds of the people against patent medicines that It is with great reluctance that anyone can be persuaded to try such a remedy i atfirstIn every ono of tho thousands of remarkable cures that Poruna has made tho patients had to bo persuaded by friends very strongly boforo they could lay aside their prejudice against it A largo multitude of course hold out against the persuasions of friends and die simply because they havo allowedtt their minds to bo poisoned against this very excellent remedy But fortunately there is another large multitude of people who aro ablo lo shako off their prejudice and try Peruna hbefore it is too late These people areJrarely disappointed They generally other remedies at tho beginning of their Jtroubles They allow a cold to develop into catarrh of tine head They allow catarrh of tine head to gradually become catarrh of tho throat They still keepcusing tho doctors medicine or some other ineffectual remedy Tho catarrh stealthily spreads down the bronchial tubes and reaches tho lungs Everybody then becomes alarmed Faith in the doctor begins to disappear The patient reaches a state of mind in which ho is willing to try almost anything A bot tlo of Peruna is sent for Tho first week it produces a decided chango for tho better A few weeks continued treatment cures tho patient Then another happy man or woman is added to the long list of people who are praising Peruna- If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pomna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 6 Mrs H V simian visited at BewleyUlle Thanksgiving Miss Dee Pa ham visited at Mrs IStephensport111stl I spentITnnnksgtving Union tar- StmJiijBchonl is progressing nicely There are n dumber ot cnilrtr u who need to be in SundayscitonLalso many older people I j SATISFYYOUR I IfUII want mosey for n wise par pose you ctro g I11t ou your note wltllontIoffrr limited Plan exlaiiirrl fret Attend College start inibiitmieis buy 1Addres 1 Worlds Desire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri mfIm DrJGBushII I Il ij IIi i1i it DENTIST P I i jt I VHardinsburgV ijij- I jj rrThe third Monday in every ft v It rI yrlIi rJ f Ytl1Iil BE AT fI I 1 rijtrtrIrvingtonJ f yrrt jIiIiFnclny and Saturday of same fti l r rwek j ct11t11 1 =1 llWill he prepared to do nil ffIf 1 I ri kinds of uptodat k I4C 1i idectistrJ WW ka i 1 TonichasMillionbottles50cEnclosed1 j l 1Ut T t if1f r s