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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1903 8 Pages NO 19 WAS BRUISEDAND I infton Ladies Testify to Finding f Girls Body in a Horrible Condition AFTER ESCAPE FROM McCLURES Irvlngton Ky Nov 1U 1903 To whom It may concern We the undersigned ladles of Irvlngton Ky amiI vicinity each i wentlimdbody of Margarette Dorsey the little Japanese girl after her escape fro m the MoClures and that we found her body in a terribly bruised condition also several wonndssome partly heal ed which looked like burns We fnthermore testify that the said Mar garette informed us that Mrs Mc Clure was responsible for aforesaid places by striking her with a redhot poker She also informs us that both Mr and Mrs McClure caused the terribly bruised condition of her body by brutally beating and striking her which they habitually did She also said they nearly starved her and her terribly emaciated condition bares out her assertions MesdamosL Jonas Lyon Chas F Marshall Jas B Biggs Chas F Redman- H R White D W Henry- G L Brady Henry Davis- J M Mudd Misses JrMabel McGlothlan Essie Biggs Jessye Brady Rusty Brashear Seriously III Rusty Brashear who was an en gineer on the Henderson Route about two years ago and who quit railroad Ing to enlist in the army is seriously ill of consumption He is in the gov ernment hospital for consumptives in Arizona Mr Brashears friends here have known of his illness for some time but it has lately taken a turn for the worse and we have learned that he is in a serious condition To My Patrons I will be away several months tak ing a special course in surgerv Anyone wishing to make payments on their account will please settle with Short Haynes who have my books- y address will be 2708 Dayton St St Louis Mo care St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons Write me if I can be of any service to you RespectfullyF The Official State Returns Fnnkfort Ky Nov 20TheJ- lffiolal vote of every county in the state has been received here the result being Beckham 229014 Belknap 202 704 Demaree 4800 Nagel 2030 Sohmitz 600 There were two scatter ing votes cast In Wayne county one vote was east for T V Morrow and in Hender on county one was cast for John Bauerlee Union Thanksgiving Services Rev P L King will hold union Thanksgiving services in the Metho dist church next Thursday at 1080 oclock in tne morning Some special music and singing for the occasion will be arranged Members of the other churches are cordially invited to be present and participate in the services Rumor About Oen Murray Yesterdays Lou isville Herald pub lished a rumor from Frankfort that Assistant Adjt Gen Percy Haly has virtually displaced David R Murray as Adjutant General of the State militia Has an Excellent Position Harry Board son of Walker Board of Holt nas an excellent position at Helmick Kan He has charge of tho railroad station there anti also a rocs crusher He is drawing a good salary and is well pleased with ois position fiIa MONDAY A DAY OF ACCIDENTS Geo Zirckles Foot Cut Off b TrainTwo Men Receive Mashed Hand Each OTIIER MISHAPS OF THE WEEK Geo Zirckle of Louisville a brake man was run over by freight train No 08 on the Henderson Route at Lodibnrg Monday night and hie foot was cut off just below the instep He slipped off the tank and fell un der the wheels He was brought on the freight to the shops just below town where his wound was washed by Dr Simons surgeon for the rail road He was taKen to Louisville on the early morning train yesterday It is thought that his leg will have to be amputated just above the ankle Mr Zircklo is a halfbrother of E H Zirckle the engineer- A very sad accident occured up in Eastland last Sunday to one of Mr Robert Boards children Two of his little boys were playing in the yard when one of them threw a brick b at striking the other on the head and fracturing the skull The little fellow is in a critical condition and his re covery is doubtful Dr F M Smith was called in and is giving the child medical attention Mr Board and his family lately moved here from near Hardinsburg Chas Wagner a machinist at the L H St L shops was accidently struck on the right hand by a sledge hammer Monday and three fingers were badly mashed The injury la very painful but not serious Will Garrett who is a tenant on the Clint Murray farm near town suffered a mashed hand Monday while placing a back log on the fire at his homeJohn Burn let a heavy timber fall on the instap of his foot Monday while at work at the L H Sh L shops and the member was badly bruised The injury was very painful and compelled him to quit work Will Mattingly and Alvin McGav OCK are each suffering from a sprained ankle received while playing foot ball the first of the week Local Company of Militia An application paper for the organ ization of a company of State Guards in this city has been signed by over fortv men of this city and vicinity The paper is before the county judge for his signature which Iin necessary before the application can be sent to the governor If the application meets with the favor of Gov Beokham he will institute such an organization in conformity with the requirement of the State law on this subject H AI Oelzefl large vacant storeroom may be used as an armory in case the compa ny Is organized The officers of the company will be elected by tne men ADDITIONAL LOCAL The best of cooking at theEnglish Kitchen F D Whlteneck returned Saturday to Greenwood Ind Born Nov 24 to the wife of Jas Witt a fine boy It Is reported that oil has been found near Mooleyvllle The English Kitchen is headquar ters for lunches and square meals try them Three loads of tobacco have been received at the American companys receiving shed Will Pate will not finish laying wa ter mains In Main areet until after the new council meets in January Two modern veatibnled passenger cars worth 3000 each have been re ceived at the shops for the Henderson RouteThanksgiving dinner at the English Kitchen roast turkey oyster soup cianberrios celery roast beef roast porK etc 3 To Speak on Masonry J F Bakerof Floral Hancock county will speak to the Masons of Stephensport next Saturday evening on Masonry The lecture will be pub ho and is at the invitation pf the Stephensport lodge of Masons sr I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NO PARTISAN ISSUE I Democratic Opinion on the Folly of Attacking EyEE- Atlanta has more genuine commercial interest in the build ing of the interoccanio canal than has either Boston or New York Georgia will be more essentially and specifically bono = fited by it than all the states between Chicago lord the Rocky Mountains and that lie north of the KnnsasXcbmska tine and arc dominated by the railway mergers that make for Pacific M ports Because the Constitution realizes the tremendous necessity of the canal to the Southern States and the present opportunity that may never return to so easily get tho canal constructed our position on the Panama situation is being widely quoted = and approved Even tho Washington correspondent of tho = rabid antiPanama newspaper the Now York Evening says Many of the Democratic newspapers have come PostII support of tho Presidents course on the Isthmus Senators are saying under their breath that it is going very unpopular to oppose a course of action which looks to = ward the eventual consummation of the long cherished project It is welllrealized by these agreeing Democratic newspaper of the South that the Constitution holds the Panama question as a business proposition It sees no legitimate field for politi cal exploitation of it by either party We approve of what has been done not because it has been done by President Roosc = volt and will be supported by the Republican party but be = cause we Would have expected Democratic President to have E done the very same things and to have been supported in so doing by every patriotic Democrat E What is writ is writ The situation is in our hands with out a taint of dishonor and can only be released by us with a = stigma of selfcontempt Atlanta Constitution E I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTeTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTYe qAmAAVAAW4W4W- I i1GStk rt itAAAaRa AAitAilA Ai1 tARAQ- o I ROOSEVELT WINS AGAIN i I 1 The strenuosity with which President Roosevelt has insist ted on keeping faith with Cuba is commendable The promise E was freely rondo and it should have been freely fulfilled It was not fulfilled however by the Republicans at the last ses sion of Congress when they had the opportunity It is safe to r say that it would not have boon fulfilled at all at any regular session because the people responsible could have excused themselves by saying that it was inipossible to put it through i in the face of tho other regular business Roosevelt did not in E tend that any such loophole should be loft and he therefore ti called the extra session for tho consideration of that ono sub iject Tho result is seen It is said that tho Senate will kill or seriously cripple tho t k bill but it will not dare to do so There are no Democratic S Senators who are in a position to oppose it on the final vote ex Ax copt those of Louisiana and they were against the treaty hot S fore All of tho other Democrats in tho Senate will bo bound s to support the measure and thus add another link in the strong xx- c chain that has been welded together bv JtoRoosevelt for his ad t vantage tA weak link is the Panama incident but this will be forgot A ten or winked at by the people so that he will not bo injured in z the end as much as ho will be benefited by his position and ac ttion on tho Cuban reciprocity measure Owcnsboro Inquirer t0- oo rrrr rrrrrrrrrrr 0000000000000 THE NEXT SENATOR News comes from Frankfort that Gov Bcckham regards the very handsome majority given him for Governor largely as a personal endorsement and that some of his closest friends are urging him to become a candidate for ltcd States Senator to succeed Senator Blackburn Hon D H Smith the popular Congressman from this district is known to have an ambition in that direction Mr Smith is tho recognized leader of the Kentucky delegation in the House and stands next to Mr Williams of Mississippi as a party lender on the minority side Beckham and Smith both live in this Congressional district and if they both become candidates for the Senate the Fourth dis trict will witness a contest which will make the Montgomery Robertson fight of a number of years ago palo into insignifi cance Senator Blackburn of course is a candidate for re election and the old war horse has never lost a fight yet he has made for party honors His strength is not confined to any part of Kentucky but is gcncralover the Staten is too early to speculate over what would be tLe outcome of this three cornered fight A Presidential election intervenes and it is most likely to play havoc with tho popularity of some of tho aspirants Elizabcthtown News Readthesftry SWELLEST IN MANY YEARS Colored Society Outdoes itself it Fielding Silver Wedding Reception ABOUT 200 GUESTS PRESENT The swellest event in local colored society and perhaps in the connty for years was the silver wedding re ception of Rev and Mrs F T Field ing at the African Methodist church last Friday evening Abci two hun dred invitations were Iis adand near ly every one was ar opted as the church was almost full Some nf the older colored people say that it was the most pleasant and best conducted social affair they have ever witnessed in Cloverport I About 8 oclocit the first guests be gan to arrive The services which were conducted by Rev Franklin pastor of the African Methodist church of Hardlnsburg began with an appropriate song After the singing the congregation stood in prayer which was led by Rev Franklin The ceremony was performed next by Rev Franklin Rev Fielding was accompanied np tho aisle by Will Allen and Mrs Fielding by Mrs FranklinAfter the ceremony the guests went to the tables where they were served with cream cake and fruits They remained at the table until about 11 oclock then the reception ended with the singing of God Be With You Till We Meet Again Among the presents received by Rev and Mrs Fielding were thr ee silver spoons a sot of silver knives and forks and a silver butter dish About 30 in silver also was presented them Observe Week of Prayer The local auxiliary of the W F M S is observing a week of prayer and is holding services every afternoon this week in the M E church at 2 80 oclock Rev King opened the week of prayer Sunday morning with a missionary sermon and Sunday evening the local auxiliary held an open meeting at the Methodist cnurch Interesting papers were rend hv Mesdames Ferry F M Smith and R B Pierce Old Masonic Temple Burned The old Masonic Temple for fifty one years one of the principal busi ness blocks of Louisville and the home of the Hopkins Vaudeville theater was destroyed by fire Friday morning at 3 rUO oclock The loss is estimated at about fJOOUOO The Interior of the structure was completely gutted Death at Big Spring Big SpringKyNov 24Special- Mr Jas Martin father of Mr 0 C Martin age eightysix died of la grippe Wednesday and was buried here at the Methodist church Thursday Mr Geo Tabor Dead Big Spring Ky Nov 21 Special Mr Geo Tabor living near Riney yule one of Bardin counties most re spected citizens died of smallpox last Monday THE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE MR JOHN ELDER ON TilE OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Hardinsbnrg Ky Nov 10 1003 Mr John D bbage Dear SirsIsee in this weeke of the News a letter from Mr ra L concerning the Old Fiddlers contest My opinion and Mr Ashleys are quite different I think everything was done fair and I think the judges gave the first prize to the man that deserved it for I think Mr Stewart played what would be termed old time music Im sure every piece ne played was played fifty years ago And I think if Mr Ashley could hear some of the real upto date music ho would see quite a con trast between that Mr Stewart played and what is called late music Mr Ashley was like myself play ing for the f25 but I knew when I saw Mr Stewart in Cloverport that we had all as well lay down our fiddle and bow for I had heard hint play enough to know what he could do Im perfectly satisfied myself over the contest and if they ever have another one Im going to enter for I enjoy such sport a+ well as a man coull I have hoard that they are aiming to have an old fiddlers contest at Hnrdinsbnrg and I hope they will and I hope Uncle Fuller will become reconciled over the one they gave at Cloverport and be ready for the one at Hardlnsburg if they give it and maybe he will be the successful man provided he is allowed to select some of the judges As ever yours Jonn H Elder Hnrdinsbnrg Ky Work Finished at Cannery The worn of labeling boxing and shipping the canned tomatoes and apples at the Polk Packing companys branch factory here was completed Saturday There will be no more work done at the cannery this year and the signing of new contracts between the farmers and the company will not be made until the fret of next year An agent for the company us previously stated in the News will live in the office building at the cannery Trust Those Who Irate Tried I suffered from catarrh of the worst kited and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do oven thatOscar Ostrom 45 Warran Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A O Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sol by druggists at 50 ots or mailed oy Ely Brothers 50 Warran St New York rr r + INAUGURAL CEREMONIES Frankfort Ky Nov 18To tho citizens of Kentucky mmThe inauguration of J C W Beckham as Governor of Ken m tucky for tho ensuing term will take place at Frankfort Ky 1 1 1on Tuesday December 8 1903 A committee of Frankfort ricitizens hero been appointedand it is the intention of the pco- piem of Frankfort to make this day worthy of the occasion and mit is therefore desired that tho people of Kentucky shall unite min the ceremonies incident and this committee on behalf of the M people of Frankfort cordially invite every ono who can pos WMiYiYwhomr Urn people have selected as their Chief Executive for the next four years i J S DAKNELL Chairman m NOEL GAINES Secretary + h h r 4 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1903 GOOD THINGS ARE IN SIGHT For the Farmers Who Attend the Perry County Institute- at Tobinsport EXPERIENCED MEN TO TALK Every farmer who attends the Six teenth Perry County Farmers Insti tute at Tobinsport Ind Friday and SatnrdayDec 4 and 5 will be amply repaid for his time and expense Subjects of interest and value to far mers are to be discussed by erperieuc I ed men and visitors will be royally entertained by the good farmers of Tobinsport Every farmer In Perry and BrecKenridge counties who possi bly can should attend Perry county of course expects to send a Rood del egation to the institute und Brecken ridge county should do likewise for a number of reasons Talks will be made by a number of Breckenndge county farmers who have had valua ble experience on the subjects they will discuss Another reason is that lireokenrldge county has no institute of its own this year and Perry county one of its best and nearest neighbors has The two counties have many interests in common the kind of crops In both are about the same and the citizens of each have transMuted much business with ouch other and now that the good farmers of T blnaport have issued us a cordial and neigh borly invitation to come and accept their hospitality nna help them in the gnod work it is our neighborly duty to reepotrt in as nearly a manner The following program speaks for itelf Pint Se4sran Friday Dec 49 a m Devotioul ExcIwaRev Abel Powell The Fertility of Our FrA 0 Uofcifdg GMMonarto Type of Ear We Select read WInrJ H Gwatoey PoeayvllU- OK sad Cora GrowURJ H GEo Gates peas or Cow PaaiTE B Ogtefcy dovecpon- Appoutuuwt of UoauBitteas d stten I Po m Bnodiag op Farm AJeJ H bwaitay CodtUoooa Growth UK Low o- f5oneesl O Locfcridge Dow Reading PsjrtIVUss Marion HMglaad Indianapolis The Pastor Philip Smith Pros pero Hog Breeding ind Hog Feeding J H GrovesThlydSesslon 6i30 p m The Farinarg Golden Opportunity Lookrldge Economy in Feeding and Caring for Farm AutulalsGwaltney Essay The Duet Crop on the Farm The Boys and Uirls Miss Ethel Carr DerbyHow to Eliminate Drudgery from Farm Work Miss Vary Frank Tohinsport Books for tho Horne and How to Get Them Miss Hooglnn- nHorLlcaltureW R Polk Tobins port County Organization Puurth Scwlon Saturday Dec 5 v a m Feeding Plgi for tho Greatest Pro NtGwaltneeyA II 18 on Horsemanship Lookridgo Silo and Silage Oglesby Rending and A rhmltt1ro1I8 Hoaglitnd Big Rod Apple Bert Cunningham ChenAult Ky Pllth Scitlon I pm Handling Beef Cattle for the Beat Market LocKridge Good Clover Crops and How We Secure ThemGwaltneyS- eleution of Place for Next Institute and Election of Officers The Chicken from the Egg to tno Spit Alex W Cummings Derby Township Library Privileges Miss HoaglnndSixth Session 630 p m Stock Raising Essential to Best Results on the Farm Gwaltney Essay Recreation in Country Life Miss Della Winchell Tobinsport Essay How tt Beautify Country Homes Miss Elite Weatherholt TobinsportReport Committee on Resolutions Essay Among theI Birds Lawns Orchards and GardensMiss Nannie Kinder Tobi us port Free Public Library Movement Misa Hoagland Select Rending A Womans Sigh for a Pocket Mrs A M Cockrell Tobins portA Word of Encouragement to Young FArmersGwaltney SongGod Be With Yon Till Wr Meet Again Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles Bu since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds even the worst cases can be oared and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lola Cragg or Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was aved by Dr Kings New Dis covery This great remedy is guaran teed for all Throat and Lung disease by Short Haynes Druggists Price 50c and f100 Trial bottles free Reciprocity Bill Passes Washington Nov toThe house today by a rising vote of 335 to 21 passed the bill to make effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty The dissenting vote were about equally divided between Republicans und Democrats but there is no record of the vote the minority having too few votes to order the yeas and nays The Democrats under the leadership of Williams fought to the last to secure an amendment to the bill in accordance with the action of the Democratic caucus but were defeated steadily The de bate was tegun on Monday and con tinted up to within a few minutes of 4 oclock the time appointed to take a vote on the final passage of the bill A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs cans ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E tenner Marion lad who waS entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from 14S to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cnre Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened mj lungs sad restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sot by All Drug Cos New Treaty Approved Washington Nov toThe Panama commissioners Dr Amador and Mr Frederloo Boyd today consulted with Minister UnnanVarilln and Mr FranK D Pavey of New York the legal aaviser to the legation It is understood that they rend over the treaty signed yesterday by Mr Hay sa l Mr IJnnaaVanlla ana discussei its terms AntI provisions in detail It met their hearty approval At the clot e of the inference the commis sioners from Panama spent the even ing visiting their Spanishspeaking friends in Washington Has Moved to Bewleyville Charles Gross one of the best and wellknown farmers living near thii city has increased the population of Bewleyville by one good citizen Dy moving to that neighborhood TAX PAYERSARE SLOW The tax payers are slow this month and the collectors will probably not be rushed1 with making out receipts until the last ot this weeK Next Monday will be the last any to p y before the- oI per cent penalty begins City Collector Marion Weutherholt reports the city taxes as coming in very slowly Sheriff Payne who col outeH the county state road and school tax in this district make a more iivorubte report Thfl city tax rate is Too on the 100 valuation In this district there is a county state road and school tax imountlng to 118 The school tax is K5o which it will be remembered was increased lila last spring by the Board of School Trustees to be used in repairing and enlarging tho lover port Graded School building The other live districts have tile regular 78o levy Bird Dog Brings Good Price Chas Bolder has sold his line bird dog to Milton H Smith president of the L and N railroad company fcr 50 Mr Smith bought the dog for his son who is in Alabama Nearly 100 Miles an Hour A dispatch Irma Berlin saysEleat- rlcal Study Company is experimenting on the MarlenfeldeSeossen rAil- road line in hauling standard sleeping cars with high speed motors A speed of ninetynine aad n half miles pet hour line been reached without damage to the rolling stock motor car or ratK sMegiddo is Coming The mission boat Megiddo is on her way down the Onio having completed two weeks successful work in Cincinnati The boat will pause nt all points of Importance on her way down passedhore Augusti A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games Howard Case on Trial The case of the commonwealth against Jim Howard is being tried be fore court of appeals at Frankfort this week Judgo B G Williams of FranKfort is the counsel for the com mon wealth and W M Smith for the defense Special Land Buyers Excursions Will ran to the new lands of Greer County Oklahoma and other sections of the great Southwest in November and December via the Frisco Sjstem Are you looking for rich and fertile farming land in the Southwest which yon can buy from onefourth to one tenth the cost of lands of the East and North They produce ns much acre for acre Here is a chance to bet ter your condition nail 1I111a liberal amount to your pocket book For full particulars And special rail road rates apply at once to R S Lemon Secretary Frisco System Im migration Bureau St Louis Mo W C T Elects Officers Last weeK tho W C T U at Cin cinnati elected national officers as follows President Mrs Lillian M Stevens Portland Me corresponding secretary Mrs Susan M D Fry EvanstOD III recording secretary Mrs Clara O Hoffman Kansas City Mo treasurer Mrs Helen Morton Barker Evanston Ill Cures Blocd and Skin Diseases Itching lIu mors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money pimply write And try Botanio 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an archist but she annoyed mi this morn ing with one of her Incendiary spuochos Joules You dont say so Lnyaee Yos sho said Henry got up this minute and make the tlruPhlln delphia Ledger The oldest library In the world Is that of Nippur from which cuneiform tablets antedating Abraham have been tnlpnIINTONE INSTANTLY CU- RESHeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURIE Neuralgia CURES Nervous ness CURES Dizziness CURES Nausea CURES Sleeplessness CURES quietsthe 1 CONSTANTINOPLE It ulna Perhaps the Flne t Site For a City lu the World Constantinople looks much better from the water than It does when viewed ashore The tourist who touches at the port remains on board and sees the city only from the sell retains an entirely dlffviunt Impression from that of him who goes ashore Seen from the water Constantinople Is very beauti ful Seen from the shore It Is the apotheosis of everything that Is filthy and foul I do not suy that It Is un worthy of a visit but I do say that he who stays on board will take away a much moro picturesque Impression The site of Constantinople Is Ideal There Is probably no finer site for a city In the world It Is situate on the Bosporus between the Mediterranean and the Black seas It lies between Eu rope mid Asia for Scutari Is part of Constantinople and Scutari Is on the Asiatic shore It is cut off by natural boundaries Into municipal divisions for the Golden Horn divides Stamboul the Mohammedan from Oalata the Christian city So the Bosporus divides Scutari the Asiatic from Con stantinople the European city yet nil of these places make one great city under the general name of Constanti nople And this great city Is guarded also by nature It has the sea of Mar morn close at hand with fortifications at either end of this great water high way rendering the city unassailable by sea It has a peninsular conforma tion which also renders it properly for titled impregnable by land as well as by sea It is as If San Francisco were to have batteries of heavy artillery all around her water front from India basin to the presidio from the presidio to Lake Merced and then across the neck of the peninsula from Lake Mer ced to India basin With all these fac tors In Its favor no wonder that Con stantinople hits always been looked upon us an Ideal site for a city That so ninny races should have battled over Byzantium for so ninny hundreds of years Is not surprising Argonaut WISDOM OF NOVELISTS Adam Invented till the different ways In whkh a young ulna can make a fool of himself G II Lorluier The man who overestimates the fool ishness of others 1st himself the biggest fool concerned Seton Merrltmui Toll the truth live openly timid stick to your friends thats the whole of the best morality In the world Sarah GrandEvery wrong brings with It Its own punishment It may be added that It frequently leaves It at the wrong house Barry Pain With good luck one can accomplish anything but good luck Is just one of the things that cannot be arranged for even by the cleverest people Frank fort Moore Really beautiful things cant go out They may disappear for a little while but they must come back Its only the ugly things that stay out after theyve had their dayW D IIo wells Slow In forming swift In acting slow In making swift In working slow to the summit swift down the other slope It Is the way of nature timid the way of the human mind Anthony Hope Why do people with Immortal souls spend their lives In leaving tiny ob louts of pasteboard on other people with Immortal souls whom they scarcely I know and dont care a straw about Robert Illchens Will Make You Sleep An alcohol rub at bedtime will go far toward breaking up Insomnia Let the rubber begin with the forehead and temples of the sleepless one paying particular attention to the spine and buck of the neck Hub the alcohol gently but firmly Into the body work- bag gradually down to the feet and probably the patient will fall asleep before the rubbing Is completed One night or even one week of rubbing would not lie likely to bring hack per manent habits of sound healthy slum her but each night there Is a gain to ward the normal equilibrium of the nerves amid a month of alcohol rubs should put one In n position to do with out external helps of any kind Bos ton Budget Shook II Down There Is a strong man In a certain village In Hungary Not long ago he was building n stable for a farmer Just as he was about to put the culminating brick In Its place he happen ed to fall out with his employer and by way of working ort his superfluous energy went up to one of the pillars and shook It The entire building came down with a run This Is the most not able case of It come apart In my anils as servants say since Samson London Globe Photograph mate Dissolve half an ounce of hard gela tin In three ounces two drams of cold water until quite soft then beat until melted Now add one ounce six drams of glycerin This will set hard and must be melted on the bob or In hot water for use The advantage of this preparation Is that there Is no sticki ness ns with gum nor does It leave a stain It Is excellent for mounting both photographs nnd scraps Tile Joya of Matrimony Is your daughter happily married Mrs Cashlclgh Oh my yesl She and her husband are both devoted to their clubs and often dont see each other for weeks at a time Chicago RecordHerald III Good Behavior Did your valet have n good refer ence from his last place Yes The judge gave him two months off for good behavior there Judge x p = jw 2 RIIEUrtATISfLI Read the words of hope Better to come from cured persons than from us tehlgh 1rJan 171903hI bate been a sufferer of rbennyattain for thirteen yearn and a could hardly walk I could not ret I nmy bands to the back of tar bred until about four week afowben began ming DrThacbert Liver LDd U lay bands flown miniceam on botUeJ mfl can ooncS bottle aDd thtittt be hen medicine I bare ever used I 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the Nation in Last 100 Years a Romantic r Story A FEW INTERESTING STATISTICS The growth of the United States in the century from 1800 to 1000 in hest illustrated by figures published by the Bureau of Statistics of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor They tell at n glance the romantic story of the development of the nation of its increase in area in population In wealth in resources agriculture in manufacturing in minerals in com merce and in education To the casual observer this remarkable century of growth told in plain matter of fact figures illustrates the unchecked ad vancement of the nation from a few millions of people skirting the Atlan tic coast to one of the great powers ot the world unequaled in wealth and resources It shows what has been accomplished by an alert progressive energetic industrious inventive con structive and Indomitable people in a period covering only a small part of the worlds history It is a record unequaled and which needs no adorn ment to add to its interest Our greatest development has been of course in the last three decades of the century In many instances figures for the first half of the century are not obtained because prior to 1850 the statistical records of the government are comparatively meager Yet they are sufficient to furnish a most Interesting basis of comparison- In 1800 onr area was only1 827844 square miles and our population 5UOS 483 In 1000 our area not including Alaska andpur insular possessions was 3025000 and onr population 70 303m In the beginning of the nineteenth century there were only 041 people to each square inilt but while our area had been more than quadrupled when the twentieth centu ry began the number of inhabitants to each square mil had increased to 2522 or a little more than four t ti mes that in 1800 There is no record of the arrival of immigrants prior to 1820 when but 8385 were admitted Compare that witn the total of 448572 in 1000 or that of almost a million in tne fiscal year which ended with June 30 last The total wealth of tho nation in 1850 when it was lint recorded was 7133780000 or 307119 for each in habitant In 1100 it had increased to the enormous sum of 04300000000 or 123580 per capita n fourfold in crease in the average wealth of each individualThe national debt in 1880 in eluding both interest bearing and non interest bearing obligations was fS2 070204 a total per head of 1503 The debt had almost been wiped out with the end of the fiscal year of 1840 when it aggregated only 3573344 or less than that of many a corporation Vt the pre ent time The debt of 1810 epresented an obligation of 21 cents saytheresI statement then there are uncommon colds colds which are dangerous i for many a fatal sickness begins with a cold If we could tell the common cold 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 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery This tonic compound is composed of an extract 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 looopage illustrated book The Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free in paper covers oh receipt of 21 onlyIvorbe sent 1008 pages It was formerly sold for 150 per copy Address Dr EL V Pierce Buffalo N Y JI 1 tl Paines Celery- Compound Permanently Cures Sick and Nervous Headaches that Make Life Miserable Sick and nervous headaches are amongst the worst ills of life The man or woman who is subject to headache at irregular intervals goes through life bearing a load of and wretchedness that Is terrible to thin of Headaches as a rule result from a dis ordered condition of the nervous system Mental excitement loss of sleep bodily fatigue and disordered digestion are exciting causes When the brain becomes tired and debilitated the whole nervous system is weak ened and headaches result If the Iliver is digestionderangedcure and prevent headache the nervous system must be strengthened and vitalized The most persistent cases of headache nervous feebleness and sleeplessness are permanently cured by Pnlnes Celery Compound It Is the great reconstructant of the nervous system Mrs Henry Westrick St Clair Mich tells of her release from suffering as follows II I have been troubled with dyspepsia and sick headache for a number of years About every week I would have a bad spell of sick headache but since I began using Paines Celery Compound my dyspepsia is gone and I do not have any more headaches I feel better than I have for years It No Need Soiling the Hands with DIAMOND DYES Diamond Dar easy and cleanly to vie Made for home economy never dtuppotnt Direction book and 4S dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt on every inhabitant The debt had increased to 2231100000 or 60 40 per capita In 1870 Nineteen hundred saw it reilucwt to 1107711258 the cash in the treasury being subtracted To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Llxatve Rromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the money If It fulls to cure E W Orvos signature Ison each box 2V Returns From Late Election Louisville Kv Nov 10filarial returns from all out three counties have been received here in the recent election for state officers The vote is as follows Beckham 222021 i Bel knap 100250 Demaree 4620 i Nagel 2002 i Solmintz 550 making a total vote of 420053 The three counties unreported are Carlisle McCracken and Pulaski They give Beckham 0303 Belknap 0440 making the to tal vote cast in the election 438801 giving Beckham a majority of over 20000 The constitutional amend ment received 00505 and 41053 votes were cast against it FROV SOUTH AFRICA New Way of Using Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says ItAs a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is n cure suitable for old and young pen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old It had a very had cough and the parents did not know what to gaze it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did find brought about a quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes Move Back to McQuady E M Tanl and brother were in the city Saturday en route from Davless county to McQnady to tane charge of the Ben Bates farm They have been living in Daviess for the past six years Arranging Inauguration FranKfort Ky Nov lSMayor Darnell and the committees with him in preparing for the ceremonies in augurating Uov Beckham into office for another four years are busy these days completing arrangements An invitation to all Kentuckian to come to Frankfort on that day will shortly be issued by the Executive Committee The people of Frankfort expect the largest crowd that has assembled here In a quarter of a can tury Looking for Tile Factory Parties there wno are interested in coal and the finest of clays near that place will soon make an elfoit to get a roof tile factory for Hawesville The clays have been thoroughly tested and came up to the requirements Such a manufactory is not very expensive and there should be no great trouble in making it go Nashville Gets Reunion Nashville was unanimously selected as the meeting place for the next annual leunlon of the UnitedConfederate Veterans at the session of the National Executive Committee Wednesday morning at the Louisville Hotel Mrs Susan Hale Hurt Mrs Susan Hale an aged lady of Patesville met with a painful acci dent last Wednesday She slipped and In catching herself dislocated her shoulder Dr Chambers and Milnor were called to attend her Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific 1tt you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen discharges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing waler also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder ore diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specific Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceasoaches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed I givesIneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroysit Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases tluft rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R FlsherCloverort Ky Change in Floral Firm R L Harrison and J F Baker of Floral HancocK connty have pur chased the entire stock of goods of T V T Baker Bro of that place and the new firm is known ns Harris on Baker Great success for it is predicted Cnf3 TORTE1Bears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnature1Z+ Girls Will Ride On Horseback Frankfort Ky Nov 10One of the features of tho inauguration will I be several hundred girls is tin parade on horseback Invitations have been sent to a number of young woman to attend Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Hanoy of Uenevn 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns brises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum anti all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the package all others are cheap worthless counter felts Sold by All Drug Co Price Raised on Oil The Standard 011 company has raised Its price on coal oil two cents per gallon and the price may soot go higher The increase in price is due- to the scarcity which is becoming greater every weett It is reported that in October 000000 barrels more of coal oil were used than were pro duced Tho companys fields in a number of states are reported to be failing ICASTOnJABears theTho Kind You fiats Always Bought Signature of Obi Getting Plenty of Work The Cloveroort Machine Foundry companys machine shop continues to do a good business and Is getting plenty of work Among other jobs of the past week was the building of a hay press for John Warfield The cu- pOla for the foundry has not been set up yet Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar IH used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Contrh Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making It quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem ally with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after elttect For rule by Short Haynes How Majorities Stand The next Kentucky Legislature will have a Democratic majority of seventysix on joint ballot in the last Assembly the Democratic majority was sixty The next Senate will have a membership made up of thirtyone Democrats and seven Re publicans and the House will have seventysix Democrats and twenty four Republicans For sick headache try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets i they will ward off the attack if talon in time For sale by Short Haynes 7 Holding Their Corn Oelze Pate the millers were pay lug 45 cents last week for corn but received little at the price Little IccallIseem holding their crops for better prloesI Doesnt Respect Old AgeIIts shnuiefnlwhenyonth fails to show ropor respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr jj KingsINewILlfe Pills They cut oil maladies no matter how sovero and irrespective of old ago Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation nilI yield to this perfect Pill 25e at Short Haynes Drug Store May Operate Three Mills ins GibsonSon the wellknown tie and lumber firm are rapidly ex tending their business and may Boot be operating three suwmills in this part of the county They hove hall a mill sawing crossties on the Roouey farm several miles fromj town for several weeks and in about two weeks Lucius Chapin will be operating one for them on Low Waggoners farm at Hitos Run Mr Cliaplus mill was burned during tho past year it will be rev membered andhe is now building another Gibsn Son are contem plating running a third mill if they can get another set A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulter unyielding to doctors and reme dies for four years Then Bncslons Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burrs Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store s Hunters Set Woods Afire Tilt woods below town were sot on fire Thursday by hunters and burned several days Owing to the absence of wind the fire did not spread very rapidly but hud to be fought some to save the fenues The farm of W L Anley proprietor of the Highland Nursery composed most of the burnt areaThis fire recalls tho severe fires of several year ago In the woods of this vicinity Many acres of woodland were swept by the flames nUll a num bar of farmhouses burned The lifer of the country people within four of five miles of the city were then in danger and much property was damaged You Know What You Are Taking When you tukoGrovo Tastolcss QJilll Tone tbecause tho formula 1 Is plainly printed on every bottle showing thai It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form Xi cure No pay Irlco 50c O Tj THE Fifth Avenuel i y H ELII X Louisville Ky lie PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr L 4 r Trill IfOj cuntrally located and only flrstiUwi hotell In the city malitnR a 5COO rate Only one block from the principal sboiiiilux district and two blocks from the principal tlHMtrwt Street ears pw the door to nil parts pp- of the city- Everything neat and clean via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets Half the One=Way Rate plus 200 roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town The Cotton nett runt solid through train to taxes equipped with the most modern and comfortable can These trains meta quick time and direct connections for all the Great Southwest If you 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commend t rending of Mr Roosevelts address The American of tl08 printed on another page of this paper This address was delivered at the New York Presbyterian church from the pew occupied hy Abraham Lincoln during his resilIence in Washington as President of the United States It is like nil of Mr Roosevelts speeches interesting and good reading for the masses The Indies of the Foreign Missionary society of theM E church South of this city held an interesting service at the Elm street church last Sunday night Theee good women are to be congratulated on their excellent work and their well written papers In tne case of Panama secession is all right for the reason that she suc seeded We am not tnankfnl Mr Turkey is just a little too high for m Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho ward for any case of Catarrh that cad not be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props To ledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnnn MarJJ vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrah Cure is taken internally acting directly upon theII blood mill mnccns surfaces of tho system Price 75o per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills arc the best IRVINGTONI Mrs T N McGlothlan has returned from Louisville Will Fullenwider in still with hisI sister Mrs Brsinlett- MM Minter has returned from a lengthy stay in tho city Miss Norris Knrtz was a pieasant visitor here one day of last week Dannio Spradlin came homo to seethe folks and spend Saturday and SundayMrs Perry Weaver and Ben Helm are the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate WashingtonThe Williams of Troy nd are spending sometime with Mrs John Bolden Point Galloway was homo Sunday from Hardlnsburg to see his mother and the girls Union prayer meeting at Presbyte nan church next Thursday evening c at 780 oclock Mrs Mollie Kenny of near Leitch Held spent several days with Mrs D C Heron at Mt Pisgah Rev J T Lewis performed the order of baptism at Denst bridge Sunday afternoon at B oclock Clarence Penick and family will move buck to Irvintgon after six I months stay in Louisville The young folkS enjoyed an old t faehlond candypulling Saturday even JIiIJoI c tr a ing at T N McGlotblana Mrs Montgomery little Kothrlne and Mrs Cobb of Fcrdsville were here last week to see friends Mrs J T Lewis and little Eliza Piggott who were on the sicK list last week are much improved- r Mrs R M Jolly entertained the members of the Young Peoples Mis slonary Society Thursday evening Mrs Graves and mother and Miss Calhoun spent a very pleasant days with Miss Norris Kurtz Thursday Loo Blsboff track supervisor was called to Bardstown to attend the fun oral of his broherinlaw Harry Walls Miss Calhoun of Owensboro has returned to that city after a pleasant two week with her cousin Mrs Graves Mrs Graves Mrs Calhoun ant Miss Calhoun spent a most delightful day at Webster the company of Miss Norris Kurtz Dont forget that the offering on Thanksgiving day goes to feed and clothes the orphans of our different denominationsMr of Louisville spent the past week here the guest of Mr Green Bandy and Dr Marshall and enjoyed hunting- f Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy have rented the Irvington Hotel not to embark in the hotel business but to roomyFish dressed fowl celery cran ber ries oysters game and all kinds of good things for a Thanksgiving dinner to be had at C J Hensels Some enterprising person should build houses for rent as we find sever al families in one house here now speculators1Mrs Clara Lewiss music class is growing so rapidly that she will be obliged to arrange for more time here She hopes to have a recital sometime soonThanksgiving services will be held in the Presbyterian chmoh Rev Lewis will deliver the sermon Special music and decorations and dont forget the freewill offering for the Orphans J T Lewis T N McGlothlan Bate Herndon Richard Wrather U O Bailer Tom Parks anti J R Wimp were appointed delegates to attend a meeting at Clover creek church Friday to form a new Baptist association G T Marshal has purchased the corner lot on Main and Church ave and will move his store building on same and enlarge the house This will add very much to the appearance of Main especially in the east side of the street Mrs Edmoma Orendrof Perrin was the guest of tho McGothlans last week She will spend several days with Mrs Henderson aid then go to Owensboro to enjoy the hospitality of George Jolly and thence to Henderson to see the Herndons at Hotel Henders- onHARDINSBURG James Hook who has been siCk is improvingHenry Moorman spout Sunday in LouisvilleMiss Ahl is visiting relatives inLouisvilleProctor of Cloverport was in the city Sunday Sqniro Gcorgo Harnedof Custer was in town Monday Vie Robertson was in Louisville several days of last week Robert J Bull spent last Sunday at Union Star the guest of friends Judge N McMercor spent several days of last we k in Louisville Mr Joseph Tuokerof Illinois is vis itinlg relatives and friends at Mook Attorney Allen R Kiucneloo was in Louisville last week on legal bust nessMr and Mrs Alfred Heston spent Sunday at Cloverport tho guests of rel ativesThe Rev Mr Clapp of Louisville preached at the Baptist church lust SundayMrs Sue Cox retrnned home last week from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleMiss Drury of Bewleyvllle was the guest of Miss Tida Mercer lust week James Lewis ot Louisville is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Clint Lewis Miss Mattye Reid will leave today for her homo near Louisville to spend Thanksgiving Clint Elliott of Bursa was in town adt Monday on business before the county court Jno D Babbage of Cloverport Edi tor of the News was here attending county court Monday- R N Hudson of Cloverport chief engineer for the Henderson Route was in the city last Monday Mr Robert Mattingly has returned home from St Louis where he has been for the past several months nndlliratloy 4 oihay moved to Shepherdsvllle The good wishes of many friends follow them to their WfIJx now home Dr John E Klncbeloe was id Louisville a few days of last week at tending a meeting of the State Med ical Society Mr W R Moorman and sister Mis Rosebud of Glendeane were in town Tnnrsday to attend the Polk Miller entertainment Thanksgiving services will be held at the M E uhrnch South It will be a union meeting and everyone is invited to attend The Tar bprings property sold here Monday at commissioners sale for t4liOOAn Evansville tie company was the purchaser The Rev W H Calvert returned home from Union Star Saturday where he had been engaged in hold ing a protracted meeting Godfrey Ball of Caneville spent a few days last week here with his mother He says he is well pleased with the town and that his business 19 on a boom W N Pate of Balltown was here Monday He came up to bid on the Tar Springs property but be tailed to get it not wishing to pay as much as it finally sold for Polk Miller gave an interesting reci tal at toe City Hall last Thursday evening A large audienceconsidering the cold weather was present In the telling of a story and in nergo dialect Mr Miller is very good indeed This entertainment was given under the auspices of the Hardlnsburg lyceum For combs needles etc call at Browns BIG SPRING Miss Hassey Williams of California is visiting Miss Daisy Meador this weekDr Strother attended the Hardin County Medical Society at Elizabeth town last week Miss Williebie Moorman returned on Thursday from a visit to her uncle at St John MIss Ola Shumate and Miss Edna Dowell were in Brandenburg last Sat urdayMr and Mrs John Hicks nee Maud Doranjwho have been residing in Guy dan La since their marriage return ed home Friday and will reside here in the future Mis Josephine Sntzer of Vine Grove spent Friday with her sister Mrs Henry Bowman Dr Strotner was called to Howe Valley last week in consultation of a case with Dr Winsted READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 2 1001 This is to certify that I have been cured of kidney trouble by the use of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery and can cheerfully recom a end it to all sufferers from kidney trouble A BGILSON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and nil Irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regnlates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mull on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 320 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Thanksgiving Chrlitnu and New Year Holiday Rate Thanksgiving rate of one and one third fare for round trip on Nov 25 and 26 good returning to and Including Nov HO Xmas and new year rates of one and one third fare for the round trip on Dee 2425aiat 1903 and January 1 1004 good returning January 41004 I One way settlers rates to the South east at greatly reduced rates on first and third Tuesdays of each month to November 1003 inclusive Round trip Uomese kers Excursions on first and third Tuesdays of each month to November 1003 inclusive One way second class colonist tick ets to Pacific and Nortn Pacific coast and intermediate paints date of sale to Sept 15 to Nov 80 1003 inclnsiv I 0 NON000 I will furnish meat at the following pric- esBEEF r By the quarter 0 and 7c PORK A Hams 10c Shoulders 8c iiSides 8c i i i iiRetai1Choice Beef Pricesjj YiiChuck Steak 6 to 100 i Pork Sausage SeII Z IiZ I tir J HONEST MIKE BOOTJ J BUELLS=We sell EDELENS grand old Honest Mike Boot Twenty years practical test crowns it KING OF ALL The stock in the Mike is tanned under tho old fashioned long time cold liquor prucess rendering it soft tough and water turning CALL AND SEE MIKE II FRANK FRAIZE Heal EstateS 658 General 1 783 Secured 310009 Duo 4621 1Ky1 m The Lady interested in re ceptions concerts church ft socials and little en ntortainmentsJJ- to say nothing the wedding Sj when it comes her jK way and she appreciates j tho assistance the Prin w i ter who devotes attention tt to tho niceties tho print ft i ing which these occasions X require ft Our facilities for pro ft1 ducing tho in Calling M tCards enables us to please W the most fastidious person Wo have them any style or size you may wish I 1W Send your name and address to the Breckenridgo News A Cloverport Ky and you will receive a little booklet of the ft latest styles in Calling 1 = CordsRR IShe Breckenridge News 1 11 +r + STATEMENT OF THE Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co INCORPORATED A AT THE OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 26 1903 RESOURCES 88 Expenses 02 Cash in Bank 52 Notes and Accounts Interest 1715 26 I Is jS other of of of latest in CLOSE LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid In3540 00 Notes 1000 00 Undivided Profits 81 26 4621 26 State of Kentucky l County of Breckenridge 55ct I Marion Wentherholt Secretary and Treasurer of the Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Company Incorporated being duly sworn state that the foregoing is a true statement of the condition of said Company at the close of business October 26 1003 to the best of my knowledge and beli- efMARION WEATHERHOLT Secretary and Treasurer Clover port Reel Estate end Improvement Co Inc Subscribed and sworn to before mo by Marlon Weutlicrliolt Secy and Treas Clovcr ort Itual Fitato and luturovfimnl Co Inc this nth day of October 1003 CHAS S KILLMAN N P InOMy Commission Expires January 10 1004 NOTE This Company was Incorporated August SCth 1W3 and line been doing business exactly two month find shows net earnings of 2 310 per cent which Is ut the rate of nearly 14 per cent per annum still they are prepared to build you a nice rest dellce ut lows titan you could build It yourself und on payments not much ahovo the runt you are paying Any ono desiring to own their own homo will do well by consulting this company before buying elsewhere i JI Absolute Happiness 44I- s 1 tho aim of all human beings Various are the ways of attaining this state of mind J Walter 13 Oolze will try to sea that a great many people are made supremely happy this Christmas by giving Not by free gifts to the people in general but by tho giving of the best values for the money to bo had in the country You may not be fully aware of the nice things that can bo bought hero for so little money It may bo and most certainly will bo to your advantage to see to this and try to make that friend or relation of yours happy at no great expense Suppose it is a girl I have nice toilet sets nice manicure sets bonbon dishes in silver and cut glass nice rings watches lockets chains brushes and most everything else that is nice for presents I will try to show you things that are nice pretty and useful with the correct prices Is it not worth a lot to you to make people happy f If you have never found this extreme then try it this Christmas und see if you wouldnt willingly add a few extra years on to your lives You remember that about nineteen hundred and three years ago there wore certain wise men from the East that showered costly presents upon ourdSaviour and this token of friendly feelings has boon handed down from time to time until it is more in vogue today than over Dont you remember how intensely happy you were when you wore first old enough to realise that it was drawing near the time for Santa Claus to conic 1 Do you suppose that people have changed since then 1 Well they havnt changed in that respect Every one enjoys the giving and receiving of presents so there is no more to bo said but to come to the I WI B OELZE JEWELRY and MUSIC STORE CLOVERPORT Y r l t t u r f 1 iJ t it jPiIIjta f ffectiuJijrcMr Constipation Sk 11Dyspepsia BtlkMisnsss DISEASES mrUg trfm a t and BM Di r M f The Baturml result U r4 apetlto j I aatIjrjTaker t No Substitute = r The Breckenridge INews ifk1003 r tIJ t4 Butter beans Oo Ib atBroiS 1 lad Guns cutlery etc at Browns For gloves hose eta call at Browns Close prices on tinware tBrowqs i FSeedless raisins lOo lb atBrowns FAT Best Oranges 2J5o dozen at Browus BardlnsburgJj Sunday I itr 240 per dozen paid for eggs at L1 Browns f Best steel chopping axe 60o lb at Browns i Ptf For stoves and stove supplies call at k Browns 4 Mixed feeds of all kinds at f Browns ft fGold Dust Hoar COo sack at JBrowns Bootsshoes ana rubbers especially at BrownsWill id visiting relatives k in Canada r fMiss Fannie Smith has a poslti ou potofficerR O Willin has about completed the city assessment book for 1004 Firstclass and clean weatherboard ing 414 per thousand J D Gregory Mrs A J Gross of Holt was in town last Wednesday visiting rein I tives 5 drawer ball bearing Davis sewing machine 5 years guaranteed 4lO at Browns Mrs C TMcClanahan went to liar din Grove Ind Thursday to visit the Misses Wheeler Mrs J O Stevens nnd little dn tigh ter returned Friday from n visit to relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs 0 E Lightfoot went to Horgho Sunday to see her brother inlaw Dick Steel who has typhoid feverBen P Mast r oD late of the K United States navy was up from Troy Id several days last weeK visiting hit sister Mrs John Hemp hillDr Mitchel Miller has removed his office from the Duncan House to Mr F T Heysers new residence on High St where hA mny be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays instead of Wednesdays and Saturdays as hereto foreLoss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and i want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body i tissues not only fat Scotts j Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives 1 for weak children for all il ScottslEmulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural j tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free simple Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper f every bottle of EmulsIon yu buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl SLNY SOc Kid 111 all drubb 7 Rico Bo Ib atBrownlIprunes 60 Ih at Browns Salt 1lObbl nt Browns Loaded shells 40o box atBrowns Bntterlck Patterns J D Babbagp Snow Flake flour 65o sack at BrownsBrazil cocoanut 3 for lOc at BrownsPaint oils of various rinds at Drowns Orchard grass f160 bushel at Browns Close prices on enamel ware at Browns Lunch of all klnd + at the English Kitchen J G Harris is visiting relatives in Canada R W Ammons of Ammons has moved to California Jas B Pace Jr was down from Louisville Sunday Eat your thanksgiving dinner at the English Kitchen Lime and cement at the lowest pos sible prices at Browns Mrs W E Minor and daughter Nellie were in the city Saturday Leave your order for fresh oysters and celery at tno English Kitchen Everett Zirckle of Louisville has been visiting friends here this wee- kIT F Sawyer built a cabin to his boat Constance last weeK U B Mattlugly built an addition to Wm Prestons storehouse last wrek Fred Whitehonse was up from Owensboro last week visiting relatives Your Thanksgiving dinner will only cost you 25 cents at the English KitchenMrs W Conty and Miss Nina Ire land of Skilltnnn were visiting in the city Wednesday Miss Irene Jarboe wns the guest of her grandmother Mrs George Jarboe of Suillinan last weO Stepping stones across Main street from the Bank of Cioverport to th Masonic Temple were Ilaid last week by W R Embry Mr and Mrs C T McCInnnbnn returned Monday from Hardin Grove lad where tney wore the guests of the Misses Wheeler Sunday Mr and Mrs H A Oleze and little granddaughter Mary Owen were the guests of Mr and Mrs H N Adams of LeltchHeld port of last week Mrs V G Babbage goes to Hawes ville today and to Owensboro tomorrow to be present at a meeting of the Womans Foreign Missionary society at those two points Capt and Mrs J H Rowland re turned Saturday from Ouster where they were the guests of her sister Mrs Eliza Taylor while Capt Row land was on his annual hunting trip in that neighborhood CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature of CGlllvrY STEPHENSPORT Mm Snllie Blaino is very ill at this writingT Perkins of Louisville was in town Sunday J B Crawford is with his parents for a few weeks stay Mw Pike Conn who has been ill several days is improving Mrs H A Smith spent last week in Hardinsbnrg tho guest of Mrs W B Lennin Pastor J U Hoskinson filled his regular appointment at the M E church Sunday To complete your Thanksgiving dinner go tl R A Shellman and get some celery cranberries figs mixed nnts etc G W Payne and wHetR H Ben net and wifeRevE B English Miss Lena Payne and Samuel Gilbert at tended church at Now Bethel Sunday From another correspondent Mrs Ben Lay has returned from a visit to her son at Gas Cily Mrs Mullie Kenny of Paducah is visiting Mrs L T Roberts Uo to Ueo McCubbins for furs wraps and ready made clothing Mrs G W Edwards of Henderson visited Mra Pike Conn last week Miss Zqlmtt Lay who is teaching at Preston was nt homo last Saturdav and Sunday Harvey English and Miss Lena Payne attended the protracted meeting at New Bethel Sunday Traverse Conner nud Cal Blaine of Richmond Ind are visiting their mothers for a jsw days Mr and Mrs R W Anions and Mr nnd Mrs T A Robinson will leave next Tuesday for California James Ramsey Ron of Ed Ramsey who was fearfully injured by a team r h IIn arnnaway is improving Mr and Mrs Albert McKutighan have moved from the country to town aud are occupying a cottage ou Main streetMrs L T Roberta Mrs Kenny Misses MID el and Pauline Moorman were guests of Mrs Pike Conn one evening last weed nt her home on Green Hill Mrs Fettit is again much improved aftera severe illness Mrs Eliza Blame will leave in a few days to spend the winter in Florida Two children of Mrs Hoovers were baptised by Rev Hoskinson Sunday Allen Lewis of Ammons was the guest of Miss Annie Dieckman Sunday John aud James Crawford who have been absent for some time are now vis iting their parents Mr and Mrs Jas CrawfordMrs E Shively was called to Ow ensboro last week to the bedside of her sister Miss Lenn Short who was dan gerously ill REMEDYCATARRH Is sure to GIVE SatisfactionElys Gives Relief ai once It cleanses soothes and heals the ilk eased membrane It ndrisi i H i r to y tonIn the lend quickly It Is adsorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores tho Senses of Taste and Smell full size Sec at Drueitlsts or liy mill Trial size 10c by mull ELY IIIIUTIIEKS 50 Wan en St New York i 0- M + i tjif WaritsII I I Advertisements Inserted under this bend at one cent u word per week WANTE- DVANTEDTruslwortliy Lady or Gentleman to iniumuo business tn this county nntl udjolnliifr territory fur liousu of solid flrmncliil stumllng 2000 straight cash sal ary fluid expenses paid tech Monday direct from pond uurters Kxjienso monoy ml vnnctd position iMirmiiiiuiit Address Man Biter fiOJ Monon HlilK Chicago WANTKDMKN- ANTEIl SCO mon to smoke Standard Cub Cigars For sole ut nil cigar stands Strictly union made goods Font WALK FOR SALElatton brick CHAS BOIILKH Iron SALE FOIL SALEFnrm of SX acres four miles llewleyvllle live miles from Big BigSpringIn Rood repair Rood intro crib etc ton es In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stock water Also iirusunt crap of corn tobacco etc some stock and farming Imple meats Von further Information apply to n- It Witt Mtnvluyvlllo Ky or Robert E Woods Louisville Ky FOR SALE 5A head Shorthorn and Polled DurhamOil cows nnd heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They are all first class animals 1 nlso have for Hale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 llJs1 price J5o L Green Falls of Rough Ky MONEY TO LOAN I LIRE In+urnnco Policies bought for cash or loaned on at low rates Cull on or write toJNO 1 IIASWELL Jit Attorney at law Hnrdlnsburg Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now und secondhand Uas und Uasoltne EnglncsMAUTIN GABLE 515 3rd Street Louisville K- yBerkshire and BtPt Rocks FOR SALE Lars Enellsli Berkshire hogs and Hnrrid Plymouth Rock Chickens Men Holt R0747 EItIlStnJOHN I FOSTER No Creek Ohio Co Kr Osteopathy Commended Mrs Ad English is a great be liever in Osteopathy and sends us the following clipping from a Tennessee paper She is personally acqnnmted with the parties nnd can verify its truth The following statement uiiulo by a grateful motner Is self explanatory The lady is the wife of Mr Znoh Buchanan who wns reared in this county and is a member of one of the best konwn families here He in now a traveling representative of a large Nashville hardware house To whom it may concern I make the following statement hoping that It may be read by other mothers who may profit by my ex perience and too in gratitude to the gentleman and lady whose services nave saved my childs life My baby Herbert Buchanan was feeble from its birth about olgut mouths ogo having a totunch trouble No nourishment natural or artifi cial agreed with it When about nine weeks old it took the bronchitis which aggravated its ailment and it began to waste away Doctori from Nashville Franklin and elsewhere were called in and every remedy which could be suggested was tried The little fellow continued to decline however and wasted away until his life wus despaired of Finally on August 15 we decided tc try Osteopathy and called In Drs Ammerman of Franklin The child then did not weigh nine pounds though six months old nothing would star on its stomach and I saw my boy dying by inches He was literally nothing but Kin and bones and pitiful indeed to beholdFrom the time Dr Ammerman and his wife began to treat him ho has improved until ho is now fat and 4 doing splendidly no both eats well and sleeps well and nas been snatched from the very jaws of death to health His stomach is sound and the bron chial trouble too is practically gone His recovery is marvelous and all of the family feel under an everlasting debt of gratitude to the Drs tAmmerman for their skill and at tension for they were our babys sal vation Mrs Zach Buchanan Notice Having sold my interest in the firm ot Horrace Scotts Sons to Mr Gus D Shellman I would appreciate a prompt settlement of nil accounts You receive notice of the amount Very respectfully HORRACB SCOT- THardlnsburg w111jj Good Prices For Cxjk Taylor of Gust about 100000 pounds of Burleyjj at prices ranging from 2 I give my customers Tender Meat jij iII ji- ilil IIPromptlyII I i SatisfieseI 1 Them 1 = 11 If you are having ttrouble with your Meat let me rem edy It for you x X i ii- ii Fred May 0City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORTi KY i oasae ssa NO No 1 Clean i iPreparedi Lunches andI i i Meals I From ii- ii 5 to 25c i i i i iYouGoff Mays HomeRestaurant f NON NONN N000000 UNION PACIFIC SIIORTEST LINEFASTEST TIME TO OregonAND Washington Dtlyllzkt Ride of 200 Mlles along the beautiful Columbia River Two Through Trains Daily Accommodations for all Classes of Passengers Steam Hat Ilntsch Light TOURIST SLEEPING CARS A SPECIALTY Full Information cheerfully furnished on application to- W H CONNOR 0 A 53 Eajt Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio A Man Beat His Wife At getting agood meal because he had in mind our many ReadytoEat Good Things Bread and Rollsdelicious Salmon = Vienna Sausage Deviled Ham Potted Sardines Chopped Beef Plum Pudding Olives Cheese Cakes Crackers Force fheat and eat These are simply a few They are simply fine You save the cost of fuel and worryii J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY N N NN Nu Which Flour is Best for your baking a flour of little repu tation or a flour of twenty years test by the public trade from wheat purchased from the fainter direct and only the finest of it bought and milled This is the process by which Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is produced Your grocer sells it Made only by Ca dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND u d ry Vf Holiday Goods The Best is the Cheapest Such cuticles ns are kept by your lIonic Jtnvelcr Better goods ut easier prices than cnn ho obtained elsewhere is our motto Knowing our people und their wants by many years in the Jewelry business being HlIctilnlIlnd experienced must bo in your favor rather than going to strangers 01 inexperienced socalled jewelers to buy your goodsLEWIS lBALL your guarantees for not bring bit in any purchase IIArc or shino no Hol- idaysLewis you may want to give or keep holi 6 BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURQ KY u n un r t a LASTCIIANCENext dayI I I on which you can pay your taxes before the per cent I goes on We give you this 1 warning and if you do not 1 avail yourself of the oppor i tunity dont blame us H M BEARD D S P Our New Story Commences this week t V T7 er t j The Breck nridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1003 ROOSEVELT IN LINCOLNS PEW Delivers an Address onliThe American of 1903 After Ad dress by Dr McMasters IIEARD IN WASHINGTON CHURCH Washington Nov 10At the ser vices tonight at the New York Ave nue Presbyterian Church In commem oration of the 100th anniversary of its founding President Roosevelt de livered an address from the pew occu pled by Abraham Lincoln during hid residence in Washington as President of the United States In the Lincoln pew with the President were Secretary of State Hay who was private secretary to President Lincoln Mrs Hay and Secretary to the President Loeb Secretary Shaw Secretary Moody Secretary Hitchcock and Maj orGen John M Breckenridge U S A retired accompanied tile Presi dent and coupled pews near him Jus tice Harlan of the United States Su preme Court presided over the ser vicesTne ceremonies opened with an organ prelude followed by the sing ing of the nymn Onward Christian Soldiers After prayer by the Rev B F BIttinger D D John Bach MoMnstew LLD of the University of Pennsylvania delivered a scholarly address on The American of 1808 Justice Harlan then introduced the President whose address might well be entitled The American of 1H08 The Predld nt said Mr Justice Lot me first express the appreciation that all of us feel to Prof MoMusters for his exceedingly interesting address and the address showed what he oan justly claim to bethe historian of the people of the United States For what he has told us was what the people didnot mere 1r what the outward forms and ob servance were but what the life of the people was a century ago And Mr Justloe I think that the recital has left in the winds of all of us the feeling teat wliIe we revere our an cestors we tire not wholly disconten ted tbnt we live in the present day To each generation comes its allot ted task and no generation is to be excused for failure to perform that task No generation can ulaiiu as nil rxeBBtt for failure the fact that it is not guilty of the sins of the proceed ing generation It wasp surprise to- weI suppose it was a surprise to many of WIto realize that a hundred years ago in the days ol the fatheiz the lot of the poor deutor wan so hard It fceetaa incredible to us now that there could have been such callousness to the undworved human suffering then I hope sincerelyI that a century hence it will seem equally incredible to the Americans of that time that there should ue corruption and venality iu public life tJVpplausa We can divide and must divide on party lines as regards certain yat5F tiong As regards the deepest as regards the vital question we uannot afford to divide and 1 havo the right to challenge the best effort of every American worthy of the name in putting down by every means in hit power corruption in private life and above allcorruptiou in pubic life Applause And remember you the people of this government by the peo ple that while the public servant the legislator the executive officer the Judge lire not to be excused If they fall short of their duty yet their doing their duty cannot avail unless y6mlo yours In the last resort we have to depend upon the jury drawn loin the people to convict the scoundrel who lots tainted our public life and unless that jury does Its duty unless it is backed by the public sentiment of the people all the work cf legislator ofexecutive Itching SkinDistress by day and night Thats the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Itheum and out ward applications do not cure They cant Tile source of the trouble is in tho bloodmake that pure and thin seal ing burning itching skin disease will disappearI taken with an Itching on my nuns witch provwl very disagreeable I concluded It was unit rheum und bought a bottle of Hoods Surtapurllla In two days after I began taking It 1 felt better and It was not long before I was cured Have never hud any kln disease since Mae Ink E WAKD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and cure all eruptions aJ j D FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache oCKIdnOYSCUREJladder Dont become discouraged There is a euro for you It necessary wrltoUr Ionncr Ho lius spent n life time curliiR Just such cases us yours All consultations Free I bad severe case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter Suffered Intense pain My wife was seriously RlTocted with female troubles Dr Fonners Kidney anr I1nknlho Curo cun u IapMrwUEBLEB Itaidolph Druzslsts 60c fI Ask for Cook nookFree Sure Cure Circular Ill OIVIIUO UANUtlennor FrcdonIaNY For Sale Ily Short l llaynos officer of judicial officer is for naught Applause Mr Justice a man would bo n poor citizen of this country if he could sit in Abraham Lincolns pew und not feel the solemn sense of the associa tions borne In upon him and I wish to thank the people of this church for that reverence for the historic past for the sense of historic continuity which has made them keep thin pow unchanged and I hope it will remain unchanged in this church us long as our country endures We navn not too many monuments of the past and let us keep every little bit of associa tion with that which was highest and best of the part as a reminder to us equally of what we owe to those who have gone before and of hOW we should show our appreciation This evening I sit in this pew of Abraham Lincolns together with Abraham Lincolns private secretary who for my great good fortune now serves as Secretary of State in my Cabinet Applause If ever thera lived a President whodurlng his time uf service needed all of consolation and of strengh that he could draw from the unseen powers above him it was Abraham Lincoln and patient mighty LIncolnwho worked and suffered for the people when he hud lived for them to give his life at end If ever there was a man who practically applied what he taught in our churches it was Abraham Lincoln The other day I was reading on the suggestion Mr Hay a little speech not often quoted of his yet which seems to me one ol the most remark able that ne over made delivered right after Ins selection I think to a body of serenades ho had come if mv memory is correct from Balti moro Md and called for an address from him from tho House It is extraordinary to rend that speech and to realize that the man who had just uome successfully through a great political contest in which he felt that so mnuii was at stake for tin nation that he had no time to think whether or not anything was at stake for himself The speech is devoid of the least shade of bitterness There is not a word of unseemly triumph over those who had been defeated There is not a word of glorification of himself or in any improper sense of bin party There is an earnest appeal now that the election is over now that the civ ic strife has been completed for all decent wen who love the country to join together in service to the country and in the speech he uses a thoroughly Lincolnlike phrase when- h says I hi v Cnot willingly j hinted a thorn in the breast of any man thus trying to make clear that ho had nothing to say against any opponent no bitterness toward any opponent that all he wished was that those who opposes him should join with those who favored him in working toward a common end It would be trite to say anything about Lincoln and yet I am going to point to one thing In reading his works and speeches his addresses one Is struck by the fact that a he went higher and higher all personal bitter ness seemed to die out of him In the LincolnDouglas debates one can still catch now and then a note of personal antagonism The tuna was In the arena antI as the blows were given and taken you could see now and then that he had a feeling against his anta gonist When he became President und fatal the crisis that he had to face from that time on I do not think that you can find an expression a LlncolnsI notion to thIS cause was to treat that ho neither could nor would have feel Ing against any individual- In closing Mr Justice let me say In thanking you of this church the church so closely kindred to my own Dutch Reformed Church In thank ing you for asking me here let me say how peculiarly glad I am that In the chair sits one man a Justice of the Supreme Court and that I could be escorted hero by another man who has lust served his connection from one of the highest places in the nited States Army both of whom you Justice Hnrlan you Gen Breckenrldge both of whom had en jjed the wonderful privilege of J i1 hllt proving by their deeds the faith that was in them in the days that tried mens souls both of whom did theIr part in holding up the hands of mighty Lincoln and both of whom were born in the Stato of Lincolns birth Applause Justice Harlan then requested Sec retary Hay to speak Mr Hay spoke of his association with Mr Lincoln of the memories called up by a return to tho pew in which he so often sat beside the great President and paid n notablel tribute to the memory of the martyr After Mr Hays address the congregation arose an sang My Country Tis of Thee and remained standing as the President passed out JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Lher Pills When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste iu the month When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have n headache When you feel bilious They will Improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by Short Hayne- sCourierJournal on Air Stone James E Stone of BreckenrIdge county chief clerK of the House of Representatives was in the city yesterday His home is in Breckenridg county but he visits Louisville frequently and his acquaintance here 1Is almost as great as in his own county Mr Stone yesterday announced his candidacy to succeed himself as chief clerk and he has no opposition thus far Fe claims he has enough votes pledged to insure his election He has been chief clerk or lusistunt clerk of either the rouse or the Senate for fully fifteen years He is one of the Jest known Democrats in the State Thursda s CourierJournal The Best Prescription fur Malaria Chills und Kuvurlsa iKiitieof drove Taste leIS Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qut flint In a tastolcsi form No Cure No 1uy Prlct0c New Bulletins Received Bulletins No 108 and No 109 have been received from the Kentuck Ag ricultural Experiment Station cf the State College of Kentucky Bulletin No 108 glvei Some Results in Steer feeding and Bulletin 100 deals with Commercial Fertilizers Both bulle tins are Interesting and valuable to the farmer They will be mailed free to any citizen of Kentucky who sends Ida name and address to the Station for that purpose Correspondents will please notify the director of changes- in their postolllco address or of failure to receive the bulletins Address Ken uoky Agricultural Experiment Sta tion Lexington Ky A Scientific Discovery Kodol iJyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to d- ofr itself even when but lightly disordered or overlnaded Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and diges tine organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by All Drng Co LOOKS SURE FOR CAMP SITE Representative Slierley to Intro duce Bill Providing for Pur chase of Land Washington Nov 18With the end in view of expediting legislation which will result in the establishment of u permanent camp site at West Point Ky Representative Swagar herley has decided to introduce a bill In the House making provision for the purchase of the land and other lecottsary expenditures Before he rafts the measure however he pur poses coufering with olliclals of the War Department HO that it will be in harmony with the plans they have in mInd tor tne project As announced In the Herald Tues Iny morning Secretary Root is un lerstood to favor West Point RS one of the permanent camp sites and will communicate Iris recommendation to Congress at the regular session While no definite figures can be given now IS to tho appropriation that will be required by the Government tn ao quire the property at West Point md the vicinity the sum may be a appropriated If as was recommended- by Col James Panter who attended the maneuvers as an umpire 40000 acres of land bo purchased it will en tail an expenditure of about 800000 according to the reported value of the property But this tfould be only the initial expenditure that is to bo incurred A rifle range will nave to- lIe constructed and other nccoinpanl nenti of a complete o inplng ground provided for DEDICATION AT MT CARMEL Rev T F Walton Formerly of This City Assists In Consecrating Church In Ills New Pastorate The following account of the dedica tlon of the Jit CaruielKyPresbyte than church will be of Interest to the people of tills city as Rev Walton formerly lived here- On Sunday Nov 15 Rev D Mc Donald assisted by Rev T F Wal ton dedicated the Presbyterian church at Mt Carmel Ky The day was ideal and people began to come from a distance at an early hour An hour before services began tne church was full By tnt time the last bell rang for service there was room four no more and many stood during the whole service in order that they might hear while some fifty stood on the outside for lack of standing roomMiss Maggie McDonald daughter of Doctor McDonald rendered a beautiful solo After which Dr Me Donald preached the dedicatory ser mon and dedicated the church Then Rev T F Walton pastor in charge made the dedicatory prayer while the congregation stood Rev Walton prayer was most tender and Impressive After the benediction was pro nounced the hungering throng was in vlted aowu the street to a vacant store room where the ladies had prepared what thy called a lunch but it proved to be a most oonnttful alnner roast pig turkey ham and cbicuei with every thing else that was HOod teat and plenty of it At night Dr McDonald preached and at the close ot the service two deacons were elected and two members received into the church and thus closed a memorable day in Mt Car mel The church is just a little over a year old yet they have built a beautiful house of worship frame building with hard wood cak finish stninel glass windows and over the entrance is a beautiful shell window The furnish lag inside is beautiful the entire room is carpeted and pews and pulpit and chairs are all of oak Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One tiny I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that Alter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon tnereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and Gener al Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 50c at Short Haynes Druggists Card of Thanks We wish to thane our friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us in the sickness and death of our deceased sisters Syntha and Barthii Noblett The Family Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures aCold inOneDay Grip in 2 Days A ft on every 9 c box 25c- DeJarnette liendri ck Mr Hubert DeJarnette and Miss Katie Heudrick were married last Wednesday at the tonic of the bride parents on Clover creek The bride is an attractive and pretty young lady and the groom a prosperous young farmer Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urinates too often If the urinescalds the flesh or ifwhen the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment or these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized Ills sold by druggists In fIIlYoJcent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell Homo of smmpRoot Ing all about It Including rrtny of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y be sure anc nentton this paper Dont mukoany mistake hut remember the name BwarupKoot Dr ICIllracrs Swamp Hoot and tiro address Blnslmmton N Yon ovary bottle 1RIFLE ANl PISTO- LCARTRIDGES S fI- 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Dress for Men If we make your unit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ISO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC j J H Hunsche With Casper Mayc Co Canrvelton Ind Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH i BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETCtIi I I t a e r I I I i i t 1f1f 1J Trlc INTONE CURES HEADACHE I a THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS LEASANT TO TAKE HARMLESS SAFE AT ALL TIMES AND gR ALL PEOPLE CURES NEURALGIA NERVOUS HEADACHE IZZINESS SICK HEADACHE OR HEADACHE FROM ANY CAUSE th CNSOMANIA ETC CURES BECAUSE IT REDUCES INFLAM u STOMACHu enatcl Breckenridge Newsu 11sDAYI NOVEMBER 25 1903 ltJaorill i RMER SHOT ria ROM AMBUSHsAng to rp king mpt Made to Assassinatt- ern i Lafe Elder Between Dex IIi rr ter and Derby or LIE ELDER UNDER ARREST Mkt fe Elder of Dexter In1 a well- n farmer was shot from nwbue uesdny night Nov 17 near Jit ant Ind while returning from owe of Lia sona few miles away nssa sln used a shotgun ansElder passed by he tilled b1 with shot Elder fell from his JB and managed to orawl to hi omw some distance away In adds rajgto the wound he dislocated his der in falling from his horse A ir was at once sent for and rein telephoned to Boonvi lie to Sheriff Hudson for his bloodhounds Thor e the shooting did not spread LI Wednesday Be bloodhounds arrived at Cannel- n the 935 a m train Wednes md were taken overland at once e scene of the shooting whirl bout half way between Dexter Ut Pleasant Dexter is about tdwiles from Derby on the Ohio 11miles above Stephenspot A bloodhounds took up the trail at cane of the crime and went to thee of Jas Elder a distant relativeI afe Elder three miles away flute the seventeen year old son of es Elder was not at home when oodhounds arrived at his fathers o The dogs were stopped at the and no officer being present no fh was made UT a time no one could be foun I would swear out a warrant last young Elder Deputy Sheriff mt and Detective Hales finally fed him at the home of his father Dexter and arrested him Friday- e charge of attempting to assassi HEALTH keephouseDlackDra1 thobeathaddoctorlengthofalways ready to make a person well audhappyJAMES IIALL Jack 100vUlo IlL Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipallyd bowels and invigor- atesi the torpid liver andweak ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where itkeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearstheir only doctor Thedfords Black Draught cures bilious andfeverly diarrhoea constipation colic ailmentbecauseliver and controlTHEDFORDS 6LACIDRAUGT DRAUGHTt nate his near relative Late Elder He preUmlnaryYonng Elder and the wounded man had some misundeiBtanfling a few weeks ago It is reported that the former threw a stone at the latters wife and was then ordered to get off his land Lafe Elder is about fiftyone years old and a welltodo farmer It is re EldereeI Breckenridge county A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do thief work with easeW T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are usin these tiny little pills in preference t soplensanht and effectual They curelbilliousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They do not 1111rge strengths RewardsIn a talk with several farmers from Tobins Bottom there is n feeling that the reward for the arrest and conviction of the person who burned the Suddarth barn ought to be 500 In stead of 100 as published elsewhere If the amount is Inreer it will irter ost some detective who nnderstnnds the work and who might soon rundown I the guilty party It might beI the means of breaking up this law llessness Cannelton Telephone Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Ilroino Quinine Tublots curo a cold In ouo day No euro No pay Price 25o A VOICE FROM MONTANA In the far away State of Montana there were assembled a few weeks ago large number of the Baptists of that State anl during their session paper was read on Mans Abusive UseI of A Icobolio Liquors hy ExGovern or of Kentucky P R Leslie n man deghtd e a or more noble never graced the executive chair of any state in the Union The paper has been published fin some of our religious periodicals and I wish to place a few of its closln paragraphs before the renders of the News The quotation will speak for itself I have now shown first some thing of this monstrous enemy his practice and strong position anti pow er amongst the almost eighty millions cf American people second some thing of his cost in gold and silver and the greater ost in his death marks amongst the brotherhood an families of this country and third have given notice to the state of lethargy and Implied on tacit approv al and encouragement by the people to nis presence and progress and fourth I nave lure shown from the Bible which side of this great ques Lion the Lord of Life is upon and his counsolings thereon to the sons of menI suggested three effective remedies only many others will be thought of First faithful home government and tuition Including all tho great fund amental virtues and truths taught ini the Bible and the enforcement of correct discipline Second a bold and courageous out giving voice and actions correspond- Ing for the church and her membership led by tho brave stand lndI teaching of the preachers Third have all the people church members and those not church members saints and wicked men all of all sentiments and opinions who love good order and who are against and desire these great abuses In thA use of strong drink to be pain t restraint talk and act to that end thereby eating a pablo sentiment t on that subject which will snbordI nate other policies and queaions to the success of this great cause I The grade of morals never rises I in n community state or country above the homes of its people And the home culture and training always boils out in public sentiment All three of these remedies if ad- minIstered in the right spirit will have the helping presence of him who maketh no mistakes and never allows one to be lost who trusts in his coun sel and obeys this will And now brethren anti sisters of this Baptist assemblege of warriors for Christ let us gather at the throne of grace and find strength enabling us to go out to the churches and to all the Christian peolpe of the country for their help Hari cooperation In trial to blockade this mighty current of death dealing power and stop the sound of its tor menting voice in the homes of our children gIt will now be in order for the apologists for and supporters of the licensed saloon to take up again the foul quill they have plucked from the dark wing of their favorite bird and add the fair and honored name of Ex Governor Preston H Leslie to the list of those they are pleased to call cranks fanatics and hypocritesW V Harrelli TO HELP THE FARMERS Representative Trimble Introduces BUI to Enable Them to Fight Tobacco Trust A special from Washington says Representative Trimble of Ken tucky introduced in the house n bill which if adopted will in his opinion make growers of tobacco independent of the Tobacco trust The bill gives the tobacco planters the right to market free of tax their tobacco in its pure state in any quantity or package The Tobacco trust Air Trimble declared absolutely ontrols ths to pricesahave been cut 30 per lent with the result that growers can hardly make enough on which to live My bill will gird to growers the opportunity to stow and twist their tobacco with out tax They will thus have the ad vantage over the trust of six cents on every pound they produce If the Republican party refuses to pass this favoringgso hands of the planters that they will be un able to sell the product d1L15TORLAliens theiha Kind You Hays Always Bngbt Signaturo or 1lJ Coldest of the Season overdthe state last Wednesday and Thurs day It was the coldest on record at some places and the coldest in more than twenty years nil over tha state up to this date of November Nowhere in the state was the temper ature higher than 20 degrees and in some places it was down to 13 In the west the cold was very severe zero being reached in many places In this city the mercury went down to shoat 15 abov The sudden change proved D good thing for the mer shoats who fooni a ready sale for their winter goods John Swearer Dead John Swearerseventyone years old died in Uwensboro lust week of grav el He was one of the most highly respected citizens of Whitseville Davies county and was well known in that and adjoining countiesp Cloverport Has Been Rated The Kentucky sad Tennessee Board J of Fire Underwriters held its annual meeting in Louisville last week The jj Secretary Col W C Nelson reported for that thirtyseven towns had been In spouted and entirely rated during 1103 Cloverport was among those named Trial Bottle Free For Sale by Short Haynes 11MAlMA Mr v 1VVf w 1NW We MMM Tobacco Eight Feet ugh Mr Edward Downing yesterday brought to the city samples of ttobac- co grown under canvas says the Lex ington Herald His III the first experiment to be made in Fayette county Results are gratifying He has pro laced a yield several hundred pounds greater to the acre and of cigarette wrapper grade Some of his plants attained a height of eight feet This year Mr Downing only had two acres order canvas While the expense of covering this north territo ry was 400 ho believes that on a- more extensive scale and computing the cost for ten instead of one year the expense per acre can bo reduced to probably iO This would make the method highly advantageous over the open field The leaf grown under canvas is free from sand holes and is not disturbed by worms War on Unhealthy Cattle Steps to rid Kentncicy of cattle in fected with tuberculosis the milk from which it is claimed can trans nit the disease to humans have been instituted by the State Board of Health which proposes to eradicate this peril from the State t Silver Plate that Weant1I Spoonsknlvraeven lr they do coat A Illae more The are worth the dlnereDCt It HH a pert or the stamp It Insure Rfuulna uUtradlDar1847 SSI CrtlOKUtINO1Intimation Sliver Co Meriden Conn I GEfl H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life t ire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky vs G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in sot cling estates All collections fens nuibloCloverporl Kentucky Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and liningtheMr S S Bill of Rnenswood W VS uys yearsKadolbabyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Slid hodlnr3K times th trial site which sells for 60 cents Prepared by E O DWITT A 00 OHIOAQO Sold by all Druggists NNeeefeNffNeNNNeNe fNeeefeNeeNeNefflNN IINOTICE TO 1 s i TAXPAYERS ia I III am going to collect taxes and i i will give you a chance to save s i the penalty so please make it a I point to call and settle without iS delay iII Can be found at Hardware = 8 Store of Conrad Payne Co i F P PAYNE- i s B c Nllf N e NN N fl L CHRISTIAN JO D BABBAQE J C NOLTE President VIce President Secretary and Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS MI I I rilUISTIAN linV rRA1titltD 1 1 D PLANK JXu n HAIIIIUa I C MiITE V V V ClOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE GO INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work make Casting und any other work L hopL October 1 I1- 9f H Ness e e e e S I First State Bank a 1RVINGTON KY a I W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KIIMPKR Cashier i Accounts of 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the Rose KKK Copyright 1902 by THE DOWCN MERRILL COMPANY trtrtrtrSrCrtrtrtrtefrtrtrtrtrrr r- srM1Wrtrtrfrlr rtrtrtrtrtrtrktttrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtt irsXnartiNtkk OCH 1 14 1H1 JooH HHoHJJ+ M+oloo+ II PROLOGUE LD Drury Lane rang with np O plause for the performance of Mine Carew Of British French parentage she was aI recognized peer among the favorite ac tresses on the English stage anti n wo man whose attractions of face nut manner were of a high order The bill for the evening under consid eration was Adrlenne lAJCouvreiir and In no part hind the actress hecu more natural and effective Her tri umph was secure The player had every stimulus to mil pear at her best on this particular even Ing for the audience frivolous vole tile taking Its character from the loose weak king was unusually complaisant through the presence of the 11rst gen tleman of Europe As the last of th Georges declared himself In good hu mor so every toady grinned and every courtly Ilunky swore In the billings gate of that profanely eloquent period that the actress was a monstrous flue womanWith rare discretion and spirit had the latter played a queenly figure In that ribald gross gathering She had reached the scene where the actress turns upon her tormentors those noble ladles of rank and position and launch es the curse of a soul lashed beyond endurance Sweeping forward to con front her adversaries about to face them her troubled glance chanced to fall Into one of the side boxes where wore seated a certain foreign marquis somewhat notorious and a lady of Insolent patrician bearing The anticipated action was arrested for at sight of the nobleman and his companion Adrienne swayed slightly as though moved by a new overpowering emotion Only for a moment she hesitated then fixing liar blazing eyes upon the two and lifting her arm threateningly the bitter words flowed from her lips with an earnestness that thrilled the audience A pallor overspread the face of tho marquis while the lady drew back behind the draperies almost as IIf In fear At the conclusion of that effort tho walls echoed with plaudits The nctrosa stood as In a trance IIer face was pale her figure seemed changed to stone and the light went out of her eyes She fainted and fell and the curtain descended quickly The woman by the marquis side who had trembled at first now forced a laugh as she said The trollop ran curse Let us go Together they left the box the marquis regretting the temerity which had led him to bring his companion to the theater lie too was secretly un nerved and when they entered the carriage they seated themselves as far impart us possible the marquis detesting the lady and she tor her part disliking him just as cordially Next day the critics referred to the seems with glowing words while In the coltee houses they discussed the propo sition Should an actress feel the emo tion sho portrays With a cynical smile tho marquis read the different accounts of the performance when he nail his companion found themselves in tho old stagecoach en route for Hrlghton He felt no regret for his ac lionhad not the Prince of Wales taught the gentlemen of his kingdom that It was fashionable to desert ac tresses lint he not left the divine Ierdltn to languish after snubbing her right royally In Hyde park Disdainfully the lady In the coach regarded her husband and It was evident 77ic Itlttor words flowed from her UplIII that tho ties of affection which bound these two travelers together on lifes I road were neither strong nor enduring I Yet they were traveling together thick wny was the same their destination but that belongs to the future The marquis hud bees relieved In his mind after a consultation with a distin guished barrister and moreover was pleased at the prospect of leaving tllllI Island of fogs for the sunny shores of France The tines were exciting the country on the verge of proposed elec tort reforms Rut In France the new social system hail sprung into existence and lamentable fnetlduty toward ones country had assumcdan empire su perior ju ancient devotion toward kings To stem this tide and attach himself closely to King Charles X was the marquis ambitious purpose For thl he hind espoused a party In marrying a relative of the royal princes thus enhancing the tics that bound him t the throne awl throwing to the wind his Pcrdlta whose charms lad otuc held him in follys chains Did ho re gret the step Has ravening asplra tlon any compunction any contrite visI IItlngs of nature As the coach sped over the road the lady by his side smiled disagreeably wbenuhe became aware of it winced beneath her glance Had she fathomed hi secret Else why that eminently superior air that manner which said as plainly as spoken words Now I have playethe tyrant Now I see a way to liber ty equality fraternity And beneath the baneful gleam of that look of en lightenment my lord cursed under his breath roundly The only Imperturba ble person of the party was Francois the marquis valet whoso impassive countenance was that of a stoic apathetic to tho foibles of his betters a philosopher of the wardrobe to whom a wig awry or a loosened bucklo seem ed of more moment than a derangement of time marriage tie or the dls order of conjugal affection Not long thereafter the player left for America where she procured an en gagement In New York city and so tar as London was concerned she might have found rest and rctlredness In the waters of Lethe- CIIAPTEIL I- IT was a drizzly day in the Shad en go valley A mist had settled down upon the old inn lost to view was the landscape with Its varied foliage Only the immediate foreground was visible to a teamster who cane down the road the trees with dripping branches and the inn from the eaves of which water fell to time ground with depressing monotony the well with its pall for watering the horses and the log trough In whose limpid waters a number of speckled trout were swimming The driver drew up his horses before the Travel ers Friend as the place was roamed and called out imperatively Hello there No one appearing he leaned over and Impatiently rapped on the door with the heavy oak butt end of his whip Still there was no response Again he knodiisd this time louder than before and was preparing for un even more vigorous assault upon the unhospltablo entrance when the door swung buck and the landlord a tall gaunt indi vidual confronted the driver Well I heard ye he said testily Are ye coming in or shall I bring It out during It out was the gruff re sponse of the disgruntled teamster Shortly afterward mine host reap pea red with a tankard of generous di mensions Tie teamster raised It slowly I drained it to the bottom dropped a coin Into time landlords hand nuked his whip In a lively manner and moved on The steam from his horses min gled with till mist and he was soon swallowed up although time cheerful snap of hits whip could yet be heard Then that became inaudible and the bOil I fll l11 who had stood for a brief space in the doorway empty tankard In hand reentered the house satisfied tint no more transient patronage would be forthcoming at present Going through nn outer room called by courtesy a parlor the landlord pass ed Into nn apartment which served as dining room sitting room and bar Hero the glow of a wood fire from the well swept hearth and the aspect of the varied assortment of bottles IlasscsI and tankards gave more proof of tho fitness of the appellation on the creak lug sign of the roadhouse than ap I poured rom a superficial survey of ItsI exterior and far from neat stable yard or from that chilly forbidding room so I common especially In American reed dences In those days the parlor Tho ceiling of this dining room was blackened somewhat and the huge beams overhead gave an Idea of the substan tlal character of the construction of the place That fuel was plentiful ap geared In evidence In the open fireplace where were burning two great logs while piled up against the wall were many other good sized sections of hick orySeated at a respectful distance from this cheerful conflagration was a young man of perhaps five and twenty whose travel stained attire Indicated he lad but recently been on the road Upon a chair near by were a riding whip and lint time latter spotted with mud and testifying to the rough character of the road over which he hind come He held a short pipe to his lips and blew clouds of smoke toward the fire while upon a table within arms length rest ed a glass of some hot mixture But In spite of his comfortable surroundings IIofIII Is n throno of felicity Ills counte nance well bronzed as a weather tried troopers Was harsh gloomy almost morose pot un unhandsome face IUII set in such a severe cast tho observe- Involuntarily wondered what expert ence had Indited that scroll Tall large of limb muscular as was apparent oven in a restful pose he looked an athlete of the most approved type ac tive and powerful Mine host having found his gues taciturn bad himself become genial and stow remarked as he entered I hear things are kind of onscttled in France I see in a Syracuse paper that Louis Philippe Is no longer king tint he and hits queen have fled to Eng land Perhaps now inwardly con gratulating himself on his shrewdness you left Paris tor political reasons The stranger deliberately emptied his pipe and thrust it Into his pocket while the landlord impatiently awaited the Whensit came however it was not calculated to allay the curiosity of his questioner youngoman coldly In slow but excellent Eng lish to hart continuously at the heels of your guests Oh no offense meant No offense Hope none Ml be taken stammered tho landlordThen he recovered himself and his dignity by drawing forth a huge wine colored silk handkerchief sot with white polkadots anti ostentatiously and vigorously using it This ear splitting operation having onco more set him up In his own esteem he resumed his at tentions to the stranger I didnt know he added with an outburst of honesty but what you might bo some nobleman in disguise A nobleman said the other with ill concealed contempt My name is SaintProsper plain Ernest Snint Prosper I was n soldier Now Im an adventurer There you Kara it all in a nutshellThe surveyed his guests figure with undisguised admiration I Well you look like a soldier he remarked You are like one of those soldiers who came over from France to help us in the Revolution This tribute being silently accepted the landlord grew voluble as his guest continued reserved Wo have our own troubles with lords too right here In Now York state he said confidentially We have our land barons descendants of the patroons and holders of thousands of acres and we have our bolters too who are making n big stand against feudalismThereupon he proceeded to present the subject In all its details to the 10- 1dlerhow the tenants were protesting against the enforcement of wheat tier now deemed unjust claims and woe demanding the abolition of permanent leaseholds how they openly resisted the collection of rents and had Inau gusted an aggressive antlrent war against tyrannical landlordism His lengthy and rambling dissertation was finally broken In upon by a rumbling on the road as of carriage wheels drawing near and the sound of voices The noise sent time bonifaco to the window and looking out ho discovered n umbering coach drawn by two heavy horses which came dashing up with a great semblance of animation for a vehicle of Its weight followed by a wagon loaded with diversified and gaudy paraphernalia Some troopers I guess commented the landlord In a tone which indicated the coning of these guests was not en tirely welcome to him Yes he add ed discontentedly theyre stage folk sure enough The wagon which contained several persons was driven into the stable yard where It was unloaded of drops and wings representing a street a forest a prison and so on while tho stagecoach with a rattle and a Jerk amid a flourish of the drivers whip stopped at the front door Springing to the ground the driver opened the door of the vehicle and at the same time two other men with their heads mufiled against the wind nnd rain leisurely descended from the top The landlord now stood at the entrance of the Inn a sour expression on ids face Certainly if the travelers had expected In him the traditional glowing coun tenance with the apostolic Injunction to use hospitality without grudging writ upon It they were doomed to dis appointmentA skirts and there emerged from the interior of the coach first a little dried up old lady whose feet were Inclosed in prunella boots with Indian embroidered moccasins for outside protection second a young woman who hastily made her way into tho hostelry displaying a trim pair of ankles third a lady resembling the second and who the landlord afterward learned was her sister fourth n graceful girl above me dlum height wearing one of those pro yoking quilted silk moods of the day with cherry colored lining known as kiss me If you dare hoods Then followed n lark melancholy dividual the utility teat whoso waist rest of figured worsted wee much frayed and whose toothpick collar was the worse for the Journey He preced ed a more natty person In a bottle green shad belly coat who strove to curry himself as though ho were fash ionably dressed Instead of wearing clothes which no longer could conceal their slmbblnnss The driver called In theatrical parlance the old mnn was a portly personage In a blue coat with velvet collar nnd gilt buttons a few of which were missing while the ruffles of Ma shirt were In sad plight for in stead of protruding elegantly n good three or even four Inches their glory had gone and they lay ignominiously flattened upon the bosom of the wearer A white choker rivaled In hue the toothpick collar of the melancholy individual The taverns stable boy immediately began to remove the trunks into the main hallway This overgrown husky lad evidently did not share his employ ers disapproval of tho guests for he gazed In open eyed wonder at the sis I hularglance strayed to tho young girl To his juvenile imagination an actress appeared la the glamour of a verltnbli goddess But she had obviously that tender consideration for others which belongs to humanity for she turned to smiletremoving from his shoulders the wet Petersham overcoat and placing it on a chair regarded him with a look of filial anxiety Yet their appearance be lied the assumption of such relation ship lie was hearty florid and sturdy of English type while she seemed a daughter of tile south a figure more fitting for groves of orange and cypress than for this rugged northern wilder nessThe emotion of the stable boy as ho gazed at her and the forbidding mood of tho landlord were broken In upon by the tiny old lady who in a largo voice remarked- A haven at last Arc you the land lordYes maam testily replied that per sonI am pleased to meet you sir exclaimed the melancholy individual as he extended a hand so cold and clammy that shivers ran up and down the back of the host when he took it gingerly We are having fine tragedy weather sir A fire at once landlord command ed the would be beau- Refreshments will be in order ex claimed she of the trim ankles And show me the best room in the house remarked her sister Mine host bewildered by this shower of requests stared from ono to the other in helpless confusion but finally collected his wits sufficiently to usher the company Into the taproom with Here youll find a fire but as for InlllI cating the reticent guest already occupies it The young man at the fire thus forced prominently into notice arose slowlyYou are mistaken landlord he said curtly hardly glancing at the players I no longer occupy It since these ladles have conic Your complaisance does credit to your good nature sir exclaimed the old man But we cannot take advan tnge of It It Is too good of you remarked the elder sister with a glance replete with more gratitude than the occasion de manded Really though we could not think of it Thank you thank you Joined In the wiry old 1 lady bobbing up mind down like a miniature figure moved by the unseen haul of the showman Allow me sir and she gravely tendered him a huge snuffbox of tortoise shell which he declined whereupon she continued You do not use It New fashions new habits Though whether for the better Is not for me to say She helped herself to a liberal por tlon and passel time box to the portly old gentleman Here the landlord In a surly tone told time stable boy to re move the gentlemans things and show the ladles to their rooms Before go ing the girl In the provoking mood now unfastened and freeing sundry rebel lious brown curls where the moisture yet sparkled like dew turned to the oldmanYou are coming up directly Your stock wants changing while your rut fieslaughingare disgraceful Presently my dear presently I he returnedThe of the company mount ed the broad stairway save he of the disordered runts who wiped his heavy t rvnia n P near mat and made his way to the ale wnero no rtotra m ceprm fashion with his coat tails under his arms rubbing his hands and drying himself before the flames A disagreeable time of yenr sir he observed to the soldier who had returned to his seat before tho table Twice on the road we nearly broke down and onco the wagon dumped our properties In the ditch Meanwhile to make matters worse the ladles heaped reproaches upon these gray hairs This sir to the man who was considered one of the best whips in old Devonshire countyThe other did not answer immedi ately but regarded the speaker with the look of one not readily disposed to make acquaintances His conclusions were apparently satisfactory however for he presently vouchsafed the re markYou are the manager I presume I enjoy that honor returned the loquacious stranger But my duties are manifold As driver of time char lot I endure the constant apprehension of wrecking my company by the way side As assistant carpenter when we cannot find n stage it Is my task to erect one As billposter and license procurer treasurer and stage manager my time is not so taken up sir as to preclude my going on and assuming c characterA of variety observed the young man politely if indifferently Yes full of ups and downs as the driver of the property wagon said when we entered this hilly district replied the manager with the contentment ot- a man who has found n snug haven after a hard ride in a comparatively unbroken country Affluence we may know but poverty is apt to be our roam panionTo the other deemed no response necessary and n silence tell between them broken only by the simmering water in the Iron kettle time sputtering of the sap in the burning logs and the creaking without of the long balancing pole that suspended the moss covered bucket The wind sighed In the chim ney and the wooing flames sprung to meet It while the heart of the fire glowed In a mass of coals between the andirons Tho old gentleman before the blaze began to outrival the kettle In steaming From his coat tails a thin veil of mist ascended his face beaming through the vapor with benign felicity Then he turned and toasted the other side and the kettle reigned supreme until he thawed once more and time clouds ascended surrounding him like Jupiter on the celestial mount At that the kettle hummed more nngrlly and the old gentlemans face beamed with satisfaction A snug company sir he said final ly glowing upon tho impassive face before him like a tight ship can weather a little bad weather Perhaps you noticed our troupe The old lady Is Mrs Adams She Is nearly sev enty but can dance a hornpipe or n reel with the best of them The two sisters arc Kate and Susan Duran both coquettes of the first water Our Juve nllo man Is a young Irishman who thinks much of his dress and little of rae cultivation of mind and manners Then added the old man tenderly there Is my Constance He paused abruptly Landlord n pot of ale My throat Is hoarse from time mist Fancy being for hours on n road not knowing where you arc An aroma from the kitchen which penetrated the room seemed especially grateful to the manager who smiled with satisfaction as he conjured up vi nlana at the forlllCOJUlUS repast By his Fnlstaman gtrtn ne nppcareu a un u c not averse to good living nor one to n deny himself plentiful libations of JNexti past master in the art are the antici 1 pations of the table An excellent din ner is in progress if my diagnosis of these penetrating fragrances be cor I rect 1 And it was soon demonstrated that I x the managers discernment was not in error There was not only abundance but quality and the landlords daugh ter waited on the guests thereby subjecting herself to the very open advances of the Celtic Adonis The large table was laden with heavy crockery old fashioned and quaint An enor mous rotary caster occupied the center of the table while the forks nud spoons were nn unusual circumstance of sil verWhen the company had seated themselves around the board the waitress brought In a sucking pig done to aii turn well stuffed and with nn apple In its mouth The manager heaved atsigh The lovely little monster said Kato admiringly r Monster cried Susan Say cher ubl So young and tender for such n fate exclaimed Ilawkes the melan choly individual with knife and fork held Ip midair But worthy of the bearer of the dish I remarked Adonis so pointedly that tho landlords daughter over whelmed with confusion nearly drop ped the platter miniature porker and all Whereupon Kate cast an angry I glance at time offender whom she could not abide yet regarded in a 1 certain proprietary way and Adonis henceforth became less open in his ad vancesThose other aromas which the man ager had mentally classified took form and substance and were arranged in tempting variety around the appetlz fweretIf with cloves plates of doughnuts and pound cake beet root and apple sauce Before each of the guests stood a foam Ing mug of home brewed ale that carried with it a palpable taste of tho hopsThere is nothing of the stage re past about this commented the man agerTo which Kate leaving often partak en of the conventional banquet of the theater waved her hand in n serlo comic manner toward the piece de re sistance and observed Suppose now by some necromancy our young and tender friend hero on the platter should bo changed to n clev erly fashioned block of wood painted in imitation of a roasted porker with n wooden tipple in hula mouth The manager poising tbo carving knife replied Your suggestion is startling We will obviate the possibility of any such transformation And he cut the ambroslan fat and lean with a firm hand eying the suckling steadfastly the while as If to preclude nay exhibition of Hindoo mysticism while the buxom lass the daughter of the bonlface with round arms bared bore sundry other dishes from place to place until the plates were heaped with an assortment of viands Well my dear how are you 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