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Y + nIrk t a il 9 PE t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTrrf l- tiVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1903 8 Pages NO 20 If WHATS DOINGI IN OLD PERRY Wm Gilliland of Derby Commits i SuicideLafe Elder- Recovering1 v- t j1 Ii = DEATH OF MRS GEORGE POLK Wm Gilliland of Derby Ind com Wedii p ear to ear witn a pocket knife The deed was committed Wednesday but Gilliland did not die until Thursday the knife being too dull to make a very deep wound The remains were taken to Derby on Tnursday for burial Gilliland was visiting at the home I ofIstrangely all day and sickness was affecting his brain The deed was committed in an outbuilding Gilliland owns a farm near Derby and leaves a wife and one child He is thirtytwo years of age Lafe Elder Will Live Lafe Elder who was shot near Derby week before last is much im proved and will recover Willie Elder who IB Busplcloned of having fired the shot and is out on a 1000 bond will have his preliminary hearing be fore Squire Tate next Monday It is understood that the Elders of Brecken ridge county are much wrought up over tho shooting Death of Mrs Geo Polk The remains of Mrs ieo Polk of 1 Tobinsport mad who died Tuesday morning of last week of cancer of the stomach were burled tnere Wednes day The funeral was preached by Rev J F Winchell of the Baptist church of which the deceased was a member People from both Perry and Breckenridge counties attended the funeralMrs Polk had been ill for some time She leaves a husband and se7er al children She Is also survived by several brothers and sisters who reside in Breckenridge county She was formerly a Msr Crow and her maiden namp was Lynch- Incendiaries Still at Large The person or persons who tired Wm Snddarths barn in Tobinsport are still at large It is still talked that the reward of 100 for their up prehension should be increased so that experienced detectives will take up the matter and rid the community t of the nuisance It is said that there is 300 in the treasury of the Perry County Protective Farmers insurance ccmpany set aside for this purpose if Of Value and Interest tEvery tamer in Perry and Brecken ridge counties should feel it his duty Jtoattend the Perry County Farmers Institute which meets at the high school building in Tobinsport Ind proI gram published in last weeks News contained a list of subjects of value and interest to the farmer that will be discussed and the good people of Tobinsport will see that every one who attends will enjoy himself Every armor who possibly can should at tend To Ay Patrons I will be away several months tak ing a special course in surgerv Any Ie one wishing to make payments on their account will please settle with il Short Si Haynes who have my books r My address will be 2708 Dayton St if at Lous Mo care St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons Write me if I can be of any service to you RespectfullyF Rumors From Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky Dec 1Special Dr Vilton Board Jr was in Frankfort last week It IH rumored that he will be appointed by the Gov armor to a good position the first of the year It is said that Gen David R Mur ray has handed the Governor his res ignation to take effect Dec 0 and that he will remove to this place where he will resume the practice of law BAPTISTS ARE- REORGANIZED The Breckenridge Association of Baptists Name of the New Association WILL MEET FIRST AT GOSIIEN Delegates from the Baptist churches of Breckenridge county met in convention at the Clover creek church last Friday and Saturday for the pur pose of organizing a new association The following churches with their let ters from the Goshen and Salem as sociations represented Clover Creek Goshen Hardinsbnrg Hites Run Corinth Garfield Friendship Irving- ton Lost Rnn New Bethel Stephens port Walnut Grove and Cloverport At the morning session on Friday Rev H B White of Goshen asso- CIation was called ta the chulr as moderator and Rev John F Winchal of Perry county Ind association was elected cleric Rev fcverett English was then called on by the moderator and he led earnestly in prayer asking for the presence and guidance of the Lord in the deliberations of the meeting After the invocation the temporary officers were made permanent Letters from all the aforesaid churches were rend and on motion all delegates present trom other associ ations were invited to sit in council with the twelve churches Suitable articles of faith and a con stitution to govern the new associa tion were adopted and all other busi ness leading up to the organization of the association was taken up and passed on Then all present were invited on the outside of the church where the ladles had prepared an excellent dinner for tbeia Friday afternoon the association was called to order by Rev White who announced the body ready for the election of moderator and clerk Sev oral brethren were put in nomination for each office and votes of the messen gers were cast with tellers appointed to receive them Rev W V Harre of Hurdmsburg was elected modems tor and C M Payne of Barned was elected clerk Both then came for ward and assumed their respective duties and business of the new asso ciation was proceeded with The place named for tho next meeting was Goshen church at Gleudeane The name given the new Association was tho Breckenridge association of Bap tists After appointing committees and attending to some other business the association adjourned to meet at 10 oclock Saturday to complete their workThe meeting Saturday was not as important as that Friday only busi ness of H minor nature being before tne association Largest Transcript Completed Hardinsbnrg Ky Dec tSpecial Circuit Court Clerk W S Ball has just completed the transcript in the case of L Green vs Dr J H Hart which has been appealed by CoL Green It is by far the laigest tran script ever made out from the Breck enriflge circuit court It consists of 450 pages of typewritten matter of more tnan 203000 words Attorney James S Wortham of counsel for the plaintiff was liberal in his praise of Mr Balls work especially regards Its neatness and accuracy Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Lxutlvo Dromo Qulnlue Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure No pay Price 85c I Applicant For Commissioner Hardinsbnrg Ky Dec lSpecial MrR S Skillman is an applicant for the position of Master Commissioner of the Breckenridge circuit court The appointment is to be made at the next February term of court and the power of appointment resides with the circuit judge Wesd S Chelf Will Go Housekeeping Mrs Jessie Eskridge who has been visiting her father and motherinlaw Mr and Mrs MorrIS Eskridge of Hurdinslmrg has returned tI her home in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Eskridge will go to housekeeping and will occupy fiats on 5th street near FredrI ca 1Drirrrr + trrrr rrrrrt+tararKrarr Orr rrrrrryrrrr rrrryrrrs i HIS PERSONAL ACCOUNT f1 t besjj fore the country lost his reputation wits uncovered as a c a blackmailer and buncosteerer on a large scale who was traf ilicking upon his good name On every side one heard the J EEreml1rk Yes his lost reputation But what does he care i a Hasnt ho got money by the barrel fullyS Not a door will be J v closed against him not an acquaintance will be lessfriendly J tf There is much truth in this much surface truth But Y got below the surface study the elements that make np the 3 t substanco of reputation and of character and what seemed v so mournfully true seems utterly false The principles of 5 t morality are the principles of sound policy too as the hu K man trice has learned through the ages These accounts iu j t consequences are not made up in a moment or in the pub r K lie highway But they are made up And all realize this rsolemn truth who do not fancy they know a mums life s through and thr ugh because they see him in public now und r 5 then or read his public acts Jgytiny has other and better j- Jf ways of meeting out justice than such conditions as taking jjJ- C away a mans money leaving it to him may bo far more ef g fectual Nor does destiny deal with individuals for the pur pose of making a gallery play It does not care for ap tplau80 or for condemnation Silently and privately it deals S with each man And it is not often cheated Saturday Y v Evening Post g kRW4WWAAm AARilAS171it oA AStilSeit il AQRARARAitil ilA ila AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA KENTUCKIANS IN SSl= Washington Nov 25 Speaker Cannon haw virtually doi cidcrd where to place the members of tho Kentucky delegation E in tho matter of committee assignment According to infor oration obtained the Bluegrass Representatives will he assigned as follows Ollio M James First district Committee on Elections Augustus 0 Stanley Second district Mines und Mining John S Rhea Third district Banking and Currency E David II Smith Fourth district Judiciary 00Probably3 Fifth district Revision of the Laws ESouth4tGeorgo G Gilbert Eighth district Private Land Claims C and LaborJ Kehoc Ninth district Foreign Affairs E Frank A Hopkins Tenth district Invalid Pensions C 33Tho friends of Representative Sherley tho Louisville mem her had hoped ho would get on tho Rivers and Harbors Com f inittee but the fact that ho was a now member alone militated = a against him As a member of the Committee on Elections = 4 Ollie Tames will bo able to sit in judgment on tho election ease 33whidl will como up from tho Eleventh Kentucky district EJ WV has landed desirable committee- Foreign Representative uiiiiiu ono very r Affairs When Senator McCrcary was in tho House EE- the= last time ho was chairman of that committee = o YTYYYVVVTYVTYVVVTVVVVVTYYoVVYYYYVYTYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYVo THE THUNDERBIRD ON TRUSTS Tho lIon John Wesley Gaincs tho Tennessee Thunder- bird is pouncing on tho Octopus again lie has introduced into tho house of Representatives a bill excluding from tho use of mails for any purpose of their business any firm association corporation or persons associated or combined for any either or allof certain nefarious objects enumerated in the bill First to abolish abridge or in any wisp affect open and free competition in trade or exclude rivalry between tho par tics thereto etc Thus if two storekeepers in Christian coun ty Tenn go into partnership the rural delivery carrier cant take their mail at least until he has read it Second to create or promote any restrictions in trade or commerce or to limit or restrict production of any article or commodity of trade unduly to affect tho market What be comes of tho associations of cotton planters and farmers who are trying to combine for tho restriction of production 1 Third to affect tho wages of employees of themselves or others etc What becomes of tho labor unions Fourth to diminish tho product of labor and skill in or der to increase tho price thereof Onco more what becomes of tho labor unions Fifth to create monopoly or do that which tends there to Bad for an inventor who gets capitalists to back his patent But wo have followed far enough in tho tracks of tho Thunderbird Tho penalty for violation of this entertaining act is a fine of not less than 5000 and imprisonment for not less than a year Grand juries are to have inquisitorial powers to inquire into violations of this act It will bo much bettor to hive the carrier and postmaster power to read nil letters that como into their hands Tho cynical may suspect that tho Hqn John Wesley Gaines is a humorist who seeks tp reduce trustbusting to tho absurd Tho cynical are wrong Tho lion John Wesley Gaines is as solemn as n Thundorbird ought to beNQw York Sun ffi WEDDINGS AND- ENGAGEMENTS Mr W E Brown and Miss Claudia Stith Are Married at the Willard Hotel- DOWDENWITTMER WEDDING Irvingtou Ky DeclipeclaJ In the parlors of the Williard Hotel In Louisville on last Saturday at 1030 oclock Mr W E Brown a promi nent merchant of this place and Miss Claudia Stithor that city hut formerly Breckenridge county were married after the ceremony was performed a light lunch was served to the guests and then the bridal party left on the noon train for Paradise Ky to visit Mr Browns father Mr and Mrs Brown will be at home to their friends in Irvington Dec 2 DOWDENWITTMER WellKnown and Popular Young Peo ple Married at Cannelton Wed nesday Afternoon Mr Darnell Dowden of this city and Miss Amelia Wittmer of Cannel ton Ind were married last Wednes day afternoon at 2 OCLOCK in Cannel ton The ceremony was performed by Fattier Moss of that city at his rear dence The bride wore white and black silk and there were two attend ants Miss Janie Wittmer cousin of the bride and Chas Jackson of this city and friend of the groom There weie only three guests present Mr and Mrs Philip Wittmer and Mrs Chas Wittmer all relatives of tho brideAfter the ceremony the bridal party was entertained at the home of the brides mother withn reception Mr and Mrs Dowden went to Brandenburg on the Wednesday afternoon train to spend several days with his parents Mr and Mrs Geo Dowden after which they returned to this city where they will reside for the present Mr Dowden is a machinist at the L H d St L shops and has many friends here Ho came to this city about two years ago Miss Wittmer is a pretty and charming young lady and has many friends nere and at fannelton Parents From Brandenburg Brandenburg Ky Dec 1Special Miss Addle Lee Putnams approach ing marriage is announced in Sun days CourierJournal Her mother was a Miss Alice Webb and her father was Alf Putnam both Brandenburg people who are kindly remembered here and who wish Miss Addle Lee much happiness PayneJolly Hardinsburg Dec 1Special Frame P Payne the popular sheriff of Breckenridge county and Miss Ada Jolly of this place will be married December 10 at the residence ol her brother Frank Jolly near Hardins burg MarlowBowlds Mr Reuben Marlow and Miss Pearl Bowlds of Patesville were married at Cannelton Thursday The groom Is a son of M V Marlow the stave dealer who formerly resided in this city Are Married Second Time citynRoute was married a second time to Mies America N Hinton of Owens boro at the Hale House in Hawes ville last Friday evening They were married i even years ash but separated three years ago Recently bite wrote him asking that she might come up from Owensboro and see their little boy This of course he granted and the reunion followed Mrs Moormans Relatives Mrs Minerva Moorman of Tell City who died in this city recently of heart trouble and was burled in Tell City was an aunt of Judge Wm Ahl of Hardinsburg and of Mrs Wm Beavin and Mrs Jacob Miller of this city THE OLD RELIABLE I Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ADDITIONAL LOCAL New Gibson pictures W B Oelze Mrs Lizzie Burnett is visiting Mrs Taylor at Custer Attractive hats with attractive prices atMiss Judith Millers- A H Murray went to Huntington W Va yesterday on business Wallace Baboage spent Thanksgiv ing in Irvington with relatives JUdson Coombs batnroom at his barber shop are in running order Christmas line of picture frames just incall and See Ed Gregory Lieut David Murray Jr came home from Jackson Ky Monday Mrs Etta Evans of Chicago is the guest of Mrs Elizabeth Wilker on Mrs Jr O Stevens spent Thana giving In Owensboro with relatives Fred Hawkins of near Stephensport was in the city Tuesday on business Firstclass and clean weatherboard iug U per thousandJ D Gregory Mr and Mrs T B Squires have returned from a visit to Hardinsbnrg Ed Riddle of New York city was visiting friends in tile city yesterday Latest styles iu huts hats with quality retained at Miss Judith Mil lersMri J M Fitch and son spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Lodi burgThere are some striking covers on the Xmas magazines at J D Bab bagesThe cover on them is not the only striking thing there is about them jjust look Iin side Chins Burnett of St Louis was the guest of tils mother Mrs Lizzie Bur nett Thursday Mr and Mrs Thos McCool and daughter Bessie have moved to this city from Louisville The next time you are up town step In and see the Xmas magazines atJ- D Bnbbayes no charge Miss Judith Millers name on a hat box means that the hat Is of the best quality and latest style Miss Mary Moorman has returned from Louisville where she was the guest of Mrs Jas Brown For goodness sake buy mother a pretty wall paper pattern for a Christ mas giftSee Ed Gregory Mrs Ella LaNeave of Franklin Tenn is the guest of her parents Capt and Mrs Ad English Pretty pictures make pretty Christmas gifts See my line of pier ures and frames Ed Gregory Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from tho aretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficult In passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable ode of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanlo Kidney Speci fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea ut to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or Mrite A R FioherCloverort Ky i w H i L y HHH10 ni 1 1 1 +1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I VVt1t1t1 t1t1 W t1 tt1 t1t1Mv Js r i i THE STROLLERS t By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose KKK Copyright 1902 by TilE BOWENMERRILL COMPANY i rtr6i rtoWViT i rA Ms1 hrt t stMn A1 rstr AAAA AAAAA AAAAAot- rMIo I 10 I I t I I I I I II I I I I I I I r I 010 t t r I I Iio her glanced up Ills gaze rested on her for u moment und then returned In cold contemplation to the fare setI before him Yot wits she worthy of mori tnn passing scrutiny Tim ale iu of the lamp fell upon her welt turned lljruro and the glistening of her eyes wild IM seen In the shadow that rested on I e brow beneath the crown of hair ylw wore a dark lavender dress stllIId with silk a small Jacijuette after the style of the day tilt sleeves bolnjr finished with lace and the skirt fullI and flowing Her heavy brown trusses were arranged In a coUTure In the fast Ion then prevailing a portion of the hair falling In curls on the neck tilt remainder brought forward In plaits and fastened at the top of the foreheadp with a simple pearl ornament It the young girl felt nny Interest IIn the presence of the taciturn guest she concealed It scarcely looking at him nod Joining but rarelyI In the conversa tion Susan on the other hand re sorted to sundry coquetries I fear sir that you find our poor company Intrusive since we have forced you to become one of us r she said toying with her fork and thereby displaying a white and shapely hand Ills Impassive blue eyes met her sparkling ones I am honored In being admitted tto your fellowship he returned perfunc torilyHere the dark haired girl arose the dinner belug concluded There was none of his usual brnsquoncse of man ner HS the manager loaning buck In his chair nnd taking her Ihand said You are going to retire my dear p That Is right We have had a ImrdI days traveling She bent her head and her lips press ed softly the old mans cheek afte which she turned from the rest of conijmny with a grave bow Hut as sho parsed through the doorway her flowing gown caught upon a nail In the wall Preoccupied though ho aeemed her low exclamation did not escape the ear of thus soldier and quitting Ills place he knelt at her feet und she With half turned head und lure gracefully polfi d looked down upon him With awkward finger he reins sadI the dross and she bowel her acknowl edgment which he returned with form nl deference Then shu passed on andI he raised his head hU glance following her through the bleak looking hall up the broad Ill lighted staircase Into tll mysterious shadows which prevailed I aboveShortly afterward the tired company dispersed and tho soldier sought hU room CIIAPTEIl I- ITHE crowing of the cock awak tho French traveler and to tho window ho saw that daylight had thrown It first shafts upon tho unromantic barnIyard scene while In the east above th hilltops spread tine early dual of morn tag Dcsctmdlng the stairs and making hIsI Sanllytlie I performingllathrough a shock of nil hair to saddle his horse The sleepy lad lei forth a large but shapely animal and 110011I Saint Iroaper was galloping across the country After a brisk puco for SOWiIl miles he reined In hU horuo and lei surely rldlug In a circuit returned ouI the road that erosstd the fanning oouu try back of the tavern appronchlngthehighway us the road swept around u windbreak of willows brought him upon u young woman who was walking alowly In the same direction So fast was tllV paeo of his horeo and so unexpected tho meeting she was almost under tho trampling feet boforo he saw her Taken by surp e she stood 115I lIf transfixed when with a quick deScisive effort the rider swerved his 1111t imal and of necessity rode full tilt utIthe fence and willows She felt thebrush of air sow the powerful animalI lift Itself clear the rail fence and cmshtt through the bulwark of branches SheII gazed at tho windbreak A little to the heavyboughsriders expedient had proved serious for himself but chance ho had no time for choice had directed him to a vulnerable point of leaves and twigsfBefore she had fairly recovered herself he reappeared at an opening on the other side of the willow screen and after removing n number of rails ledn his horse back to vine road With quivering nostrils the animal appeared possessed of unquenchable spIrit but his masters bearing was less assured as he approached with an expression of mingled anxiety and con cern on his face the young girl whom the manager had addressed as Con stanceI your pardon for having alarm ed youl he said It was careless In excusable It was a little startling abe admit ted with a faint smUeIOnly a littler ho broke In gravely It I had not seen you Juat when I dld Jtau wpuld jioLJuw turned yours i a 0 a norse nt sum ftfiST to yw5r ri MI added tusk to myself From what whimsical light encroached on the sr look In his blue eyes Jumping ti ml fence nut you have not yet said yon have pardoned me The smile brightened Oh I thin you deserve that I am not so sure he retunrd glancing down at her Slanting between the lower brnrcrJi I of the trees the sunshine touched young girls hair In flickering spots tllI crept down her dress like cnrel hands of light until her figure nnsslw into a solid shadow left these glimmer ngs prone upon the dusty rond behindp yen The brides or strings of hor tattle muslin cap flaunted In the bred e und a shawl of China crape fluttersI from her shoulders So much of her dusky halt us defied concealment con treated strongly with the calm trans lucent pallor of her face The eye alone belittled the tranquillity of coun tenance against the rare repose of fin lures they were more eloquent shin lug beneath brows delicately defined but strongly marked and shaded by long upturned lashes deep In tone us- a sloe You are an early riser he resumed Not always she replied nut after yesterday It seemed so bright outdoors and the country so lovely Ills gaze following hers traversed one of the hollows Below yet rested shadows but upon the hillside a glory celestialI enlivened and animated the surrounding scene While the soldier and tho young girl were thus occupied In surveying the valley and the adjacent mounds and hummocks tile horse considering doubtlessly that there had been enough withremutiny against such procrastination Your horse wants to go on she said observing this equine byplay Ho usually docs replied Saint Prosper Perhaps though I am interrupting you I We you have a play in your hand I was looking over n part but 1 know It very well she added moving slowly from the homer of willows Lending his horn he followed HU fonturcfi still and obdurate In repose relaxed In severity while time doop set blue eyes grew less searching and guarded This alleviation became hiseoppression as n wore smoothes tine sands What Is the part Juliana In The Honeymoon It Is ono of our stock pieces And you like it Oh yes lingering where a bit of sward was set with field flowers And who plays the duke he con tinued ussuggestion of amusement in her glance Beneath the shading of straight black darkeuntil scrutinized closely they resolved thcmeelvrfi Into a clear gray Ah he said recalling Adonis OKlnrintys appearance and as he spoke a smile of singular sweetness tightened iris face a Spanish grandee with u touch of the brogue Hut I nest not decry your noble lord he lidded No lord of mine she replied gay ly My lord must have n velvet robin not frayed and u sword not tin and Its mcwt sanguinary purpose must not be to get between his legs and trip him up Of course when we net In barns In barns Oh yes when we can find them to set In- She H glanced nt him half mockingly MI suppose you think of n barn ns only a place for u horse The sound of carriage wheels Inter rnpted his reply and looking in the di don from whence it came they obI a conch doubling the curve be j the willows nnd approaching at n- apid pace It was a handsome and Imposing equipage with dark crimson ody and wheels preserving much of the grace of ancient outline with the of modern springs As they drew aside to permit It to pass the features of its occupant were seen who perceiving time young girl I on the road the shawl half fallen trove her shoulder revealing the plastic grace of nn erect figure gazed at her with surprise then thrust his head rom tho window and bowed with smiling If somewhat exaggerated po liteness The next moment carriage traveler vanished down the road in a cloud of dust but an alert observer might have noticed an eye at the rear port hole as though the person within was supplementing his brief observation from the side with a longer If di minishing view from behind Tho countenance of the young girls companion retrograded from its newfound favor to a more Inexorable cast A friend of yoursr he said briefly I never saw him before she an swered with flashing eyes Perhaps- he Is the lord of the manor and thought was one of MB subjects There are lords In this country then rLord or patroons they are called replied her taco smi flrjshejd J FreHoliday1 i t r 1 Games6o one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Orocers Froiii the window of tier rooul Susan saw SaintProsper and Constance returning and looked surprised as well as n bit annoyed Truth to tell Mistress Susan with her capacity for admiring and being ndmlred had conceived a momentary interest In the soldier a fancy ns light as it was ephemeral That touch of melancholy when his face was In repose Inspired a transitory desire for Investigation In this past mistress of emotional analysis But the arrival of the coach which had passed the couple soon diverted Susans thoughts to a new channel The equipage drew up and a young man dressed In a style novel In that locality sprang out He wore a silk lint with scarcely any brim trousers extremely wide at the ankle a waist coat of the dimensions of 1743 and large watch ribbons sustaining ponder ous bunches of seals Time gallant fop touched the narrow brim of his hat to Kate who was peep ing from one window and waved n 1 kiss to Susan who was surreptitiously glancing Iran another whereupon both being detected drew back hastily Overwhelmed by the appearance of a guest of such manifest distinction the landlord Imwed obsequiously as the other entered the tavern with a super ttlllous nod To Mistress Susan this incident was Iscltlng while It lasted but when the dandy hall disappeared her attention was again attracted to Constance mind SaIDtPro per who slowly approached He paused with his horse before the trout door and site stood n moment near the little porch on either side of which grew sweet wlllinms foul oclocks and larkspur But the few conventional words were scanty crumb for the fair eavesdropper above the young girl soon entering the house and the soldier lending his horse In the dii nation of the stable As the latter disI appeared around the cornier of era Susan left the window lUll turncij to time mirror Ia she said holding a mass o blond hair in one hand mind deftly roll lug It upon her little mend I bellev- she igot up early to meet him Bu Kato only yawned lazily In time taproom the soldier encoun tered the newcomer seated not tar from the fire as though his blood flowed sluggishly after his long ride 1In time chill morning air Well built nl though soml hat slender of figure thl latest arrival hind a complexion of tawny brown a living russet as warm nu glowing as the most vivid of Vandyke pigments Ho raised his eyes slowly ns the sol dier entered and surveyed him dellber ntely From n scrutiny of mere phys ical attributes he pawed on to the more Important details of clothes noting tha Isle sack coat was properly loose at the waist and that the buttons were cuff ciently large to lOss muster but also detecting that tho trousers lacks breadth at tine ankles and that the pint had a high crown and n broad brim from which he complacently concluded tine other was somewhat behind the shifting changes of fashion Curse mo If this Isnt a beastly Ore he exclaimed stretching himself still more yawning nnd passing a hand through his black hair Hang them they might as well shut up their guests In the smokehouse with the bacons and hates I feel as cured us a side of pig ready to bi lining to n dirty rafter With whirl lie pulled himself together went to the window raised It and placed a stick under the frame UUrr tell me theres u theatrical MINTONEINSTANTLY HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safo at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervonrcact CORES Dizziness Nausea CURHS BleepIesraeM CURK8 quietsthe k troupe here lie resumed returning to his chair nnd relapsing Into Its depths Perhaps you are one of them I have not that honor Honor repeated the new arrival with a hiigh Thats good I That was one of them on the road with you Ill be bound You have good taste Helgho he yawned again Im anchored hero awhile on account of a lame horse Perhaps though bright cuing it may not be so bad after all These players promise some diversion At that moment his face wore an ex pression of airy jocund assurance which faded to visible annoyance ns he continued Where can that landlord be He placed me In this kennel vanished and left me to my fate Ah here he is at loath as the host approached InquirIngImore I can do for you Morel exclaimed this latest guest Ironically Well better late than nev er See that my servant has help with the trunks Very well sir Ill have Sandy look after them You are going to stay then How can I teUr returned the new comer lightly The landlord looked startled How tar is it to Meadtown continued the guest Forty odd miles Perhaps you are seeking the old patroon manor there They say the heir Is expected any day gazing fixedly at the young man at least the antlrenters have received information he is coming and are prepar IngThe sprightly guest threw up his handsThe trunks the trunks he exclaimed in accents of despair Look at the disorder of my attirethe pride of The landlord bowed Itheo myjroad pervading my person The trunks youfYes sir at once sir But first let SaintProsperigentlemen With which the speaker hurriedly vanished and soon the bumping and thumping In the hall gave cheering as surance of Instructions fulfilled 1Thnt porter Is n prince among hU satiricallyswincing as an unusual bung overhead warranttmy mania wont have to open my lug gage after he gets through Then as quiet followed the racket aholSo youre from Pari r ho ask ed half qulszlcnlly Well Its a pleas ure to meet somebody tram somewhere vainintI Paris we may have mutual friends It U unlikely said the soldier who niofliitrhlle had drawn off his riding glows placed them on the mantel and set facing the tiM with Iran back to the other guest Aa ho spoke bo turned deliberately and bent his penotratlug glance on his questioner Ronlly Allow mo to be skeptical as I have considerable acquaintance there In the array theres that tiro eating con queror of tine ladles Gen My rank was not so Important Interrupted the other that I numbered couinmudcni among my personal friends As you please said the last guest carelessly I had thought to exchange a little gossip with you but nimporte In my own veins flows some of the blood of your country For the time hIs light manner forsook him Her tumults have in a measure been mine he continued Now she Is with out a king I um well nigh without a moitier land True I was not born therebut It Is the nurse the child turns to Paris was my bonn a merry ublgall Alas her vicious brood have turned on her and cast her ribbons In the mire Untroubled by her own brats she could extend her estates to the El Dorado of the southwestern seas lIe had risen and with hands behind his back was striding to Andfro Coining suddenly to a pause he asked abruptly Do you know tho Abbe Moneau At the mention of that one time sub tle confidant of the deposed king now the patron of republicanism Saint Prosper once more regarded his com panion attentively By reputation certainly he an swered slowly He was my tutor nnd Is now my frequent correspondent Not n bad sort of mentor either I The new arrival paused and smiled reflectively Only recently I received a letter from him with private details of the flight of the king and vogue intimations of a scandal In the army lately come to light Ills listener half started from his seat and had the speaker not been more absorbed In his own easy flow of- onversation than In the attitude of tho other he would have noticed thctqulck change of manner Not percelvjae ft r k r Vita you porcine a tttteat wed something tint will mutt at the pesos receiving it ll likely to coon forget the giver Attlt tic 5 ilrm txtatlfellr finished toccthe- tritk frttt wearing qotlitlei arc combined la the 11847 Rogers 1847 Bros 4TheMERIDEN BRITANNIAC- OMulden Conn However no resumed Irrelevantly You see I nm a sociable minimal Attar being cramped in that miserable coach rill hours It Is a relief to loosen ones tongue ns well ns ones legs Even this smoky hovel suggests good fellowship amid Jollity beyond a dish of ten Will you not Join me In a bottle of wine I carry sonic choice brands to obviate time necessity of drinking the home brewed contortions of the Inn keepers of this district Thank you said the soldier at time same time rising from his chair I have no Inclination so early in the dayEarly queried the newcomer A half pint of Chateau Cheval Blanc or Cru du Chevalier high and vinous paves a possible way for Brother Jona thans dejeuner fried pork potatoes ninth chicory And turning to his servant who had meantime entered he addressed n few words to him and as time door closed on the soldier ex claimed with a abrupt of the shoulders An uusoclable fellow1 I wonder what he to doing here- To be continued In reply to Inquiries we have pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepara tion of that admirable remedy in that it cleanses and heals membranes affected by haSH I catarrh There is no drying or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm Is adapted to use bv pa tients who have trouble in inhaling through the nose nnd prefer spraying The price including spraying tube is 719 cents Sold by druggist or mailed by Ely Brothers CO Warran Street New York Only Line running through Personally Conducted Excursion Ixjulsvllle to NEW MEXICO AUIZONA and TEXAS I IOil Near btephengpor Mooleyville correspond i ents states that two men whose names conld not be learned have been in specting BOUIO oil fields near Mooley ville Oil has been discovered on top of the ground nnd the men are much elated over the affair believing that they Ulllj prove to be rich oil fields Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in yonr system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Eleotrio Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome onuses It never tails to tone the stomach reg ulate the Kidneys and Bowels attain late the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches van ish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is retuned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Slight Wreck at Powers The npbonnd freight last Wednes day left the track at IJowers and sev eral cars were ditched Traffic on the road was delayed several hours by the accident The wreck was caused by spreading rails To Cure A 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17UU- TU year ITCtJ la far back but It la Interesting to think that the mutter ings of the coming Will storm were not yet so engrossing even then but that the sportsmen of Pennsylvania could turn their attention to a more systematic organization of their fox hunting forces and then established the first bunt club In the country the Clouces ter Hounds Not that this was Ube be ginning of the sport In Pennsylvania that eminently horse lowing country for fox hunting had held a high place In till pastimes of the people many a year before It was rather the evi dente that the sport had become so Im portant that it needed systematizing so that districts might be thoroughly bunted In turn and contentious rivalry and clashing dates be avoided All the early fox hunting clubs find their origin In the preexisting owner ship of n greater or less number of hounds by private owners Every con siderable landowner In the south kept them nnd good dogs they were not always orthodox according to the standard of the Bclvolrand the Quorn of today but nevertheless hounds de rived from the best English and European stock and continued by Judi cious selection of those who showed the Instincts by conformation suitable to the country In which they were called upon to work Washington maybe quoted as one of the southerners wlto kept hounds and hunted them too Lafayette moreover sent him from Prance n splendid pack of French fox hounds with qualities which still fur flier helped to complete the most per feet animal for American fox hunting the American hound From the formation of the Glouces ter Fox Hound club In 17GO until today clubs have played the most Im portant part In preserving the sport and regulating Its practice Not all clubs of equal Importance It Is true but all of the same spirit Illustrated Sporting News One Hundred Dollars a Box is the value H A Tisdale Summer tou a 0 places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Ho says I had the piles for twenty years I tried many doctors and medicine but all failed except DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured ine It In a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles sores cuts brnises eczema salt rhoum and all skin diseases Sold by All Drug Co- Orirln of the Letter V thttmtllottIbols used by the ancient Egyptians In their hieroglyphics or picture writing A common animal In their country was the two horned sand wiper n represon tatlon of which stood for V The priests ultimately found that for the practical purposes of everyday life It was a waste of time to use elaborate UTOglyphlcs and Invented n 1 kind of horthand to meet the occasion In Ws tie snake was reduced to a V with dash V to represent horns nUll tdy the Phoenicians adopted this letter t1 from them we get pur V by loss oft dash lleaving only the two little ns of the original picture This Vc is still common In Egypt and Is jably the one mentioned In Genesis 1 17 Dan shall be a serpent by the i an adder In the path that blteth horse heels so that his rider shall J thatIslit utiavow w+ I enjoyed good health until about two yean when I noticed my back began to ache fre ntlyi it became sore and lame and headache n added to my misery also bound that my eral health diminish d I became thin and reguIlltervaluurer New Century Club M Dean Street bury Boston Mass She continues My tIc which before had seemed an easy task soon seemed like a heavy burden I decided to try Dr fierce Favorite Prescription which several of my friends praised w highly I felt relief within a week myappetite came back the pains gradually decreased and I enjoyed sound sleep Within fourteen weeks I had completely recovered my health I seemed built up anew my pulse which had been weak became nor oral and new life animated my entire being I gladly endorse your medicine Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription jj restores weak and sick women to sound I stealth by curing the local womanly dis eases which are generally responsible for the failure of the general health A worn ans entire being is centered in her wom anly nature When the delicate womanly organism is attacked by disease when there is irregularity ora disagreeable drain when inflammation burns and ulcers gnaw the general health will reflect the progress of disease in increasing weakness nerv ousness backache headache loss of appe tite and ales lessness So sure of it is the Worlds Dispepsary- Medical Association of Buffalo N Y proprietors of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip lion that they offer 500 reward for women who cannot be cured of Leucorrhea Female weakness Prolapsus or Palling of Womb All they ask is a fair and reasona ble trial of their means of cure Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate the itoaach liver and bowelt r t 7 PROF EDWARD E PHELPS M D LLD Greatest of All Physicians Eminent Discoverer of PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Prof Edward E Phelps M D LL D was born in Connecticut and graduatedat Yale 1Ills unusual talent soon brought him reputa Lion and prominence First he was elected to the professorship of anatomy and surgery In the Vermont University Next he was ap pointed lecturer in Dartmouth College The following year he was chosen to the most important professorship in the country a place that he occupied when he made his worldfamed discovery of Palnes Celery Com poundThis infallible cure for those fearful ills that result from an impaired nervous system and impure blood has endeared the great doctor to the world DIAMOND DYESCO- LOR ANYTIIINO ANY COLOR Dresses cloaks suits ribbons coats feathers stocklngsoverythlng wearable Diamond Dyes make to look like new We have a special department of advice and will answer free any questions about dyeing Bend ample of gouda when possible Direction book and 4S dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt An Artistic Room Ed Gregory has just completed a diiiiug room lor O W Moorman which is attracting n great deal of at tention among tho ladies of the town The walls seven feet up are of light green crepe paper the upper third is of an oriental strip in yellow red and green and ceiling in yellow with a set figure Instead of a regular bor der Mr Gregory has nsed a three inch band border where side wall sad ceiling join together Where the side wall and strip joins he has nsed cher ry moulding to matcl the wood work This is said to be one of the most ar tistic rooms in this city Mr Grego rys artistic ability can be seen allover Uloverport and up the Texas Road Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their oars against the continual reo commenantion of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Boall of Beall Mite has to say last fall my wife had every symptom of con HitLptionShe took DrKlngs NewDis co very titter everything else had faild Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed byShort R Haynes Druggist Price 50 and 1 00 Trial bottle free c n = Fish are nearly the same weight as the water In which they live so that they can move Ilu it with great JUSt The majority of them also have an air bladder inside of the hotly which en ables then to go up or down in the water at will When a fish desires to go down deep it can press the air out of this bladder by means of certain muscles and thus Increase the weight of its body and when it wishes to rise again it takes oft the pressure the bladder tills with nlr again and its body becomes light enough to rise Pine Scorn of the Cheap lint Yes it Is a pretty bonnot said tho prospective purchaser but the price shows that It is not a real artistic creation It is only 1100 Pardon me madam suavely said the milliner The price card has carelessly been inverted It should bo thus0 ll Send Jt home today ordered the customer Millinery Trade Review A Settler Young Wife What do you do when your husband gets cross and wants to scoldWife with experience I read him one or two of the letters ho used to write to me before we were married Baltimore American Suspicion I am a little bit afraid of her said Miss Cayenne Sho has wonderful tact Yes she must know everything that could possibly annoy one otherwise she couldnt be so skillful in avoiding all disagreeable subjects Exchange He Dill Mrs Qadby Does your husband fur rush you with plenty of pocket money Mrs Glibly Yei Indeed He leaves his money in his pocket every night Baltimore American Tho human body being lighter than the water of the Deadls a swimming In it Is dllllcult tho head alone tending to sink In the water v I OLD TIME SURGEONS They Iliad to Work Rapidly before AnicnthetlcM Wore tncd Before nnicsthetlcs were known the surgeons only expedient was to abridge his patients sufferings by working rapidly In this the old time surgeons did wonders They hud a control and n surety in their hands that are now set dom found One day the celebrated surgeon Mulsonncurc hind to amputate the leg of a poor devil who began to howl In advance Ill give you my watch said the surgeon If the oper ation lasts more than n minute The man accepted the offer but was obliged to forego the handsome watch ns the operation took less time than it re quires to describe To amputate an arm at the shoulder Is a most difficult operation Dr Linn genbeck of Germany did It In two mln utes A yong physician who came to see him perform the operation adjusted his spectacles to his nose so as not to lose n single movement but when the spectacles were In place the operation was over mil the severed arm lay on the floor Tines have changed much since then It suffices to put n bit of chloroform or ether on n compress and let the patient breathe through It tor a few minutes to put him Into n slumber so deep that he remains Inert while the surgeon makes his Incision cuts tiles the bone and sews up the flesh On awaking the operation Is over and the patient knows nothing of It Thanks to chloro forts surgeons can practice operations today which arouse our admiration What They Ent Nearly every nation has Its own par ticular form of food nnd things which some races would not as the expres slon goes touch with the tongs are considered by others as the greatest luxuryFor Instance while the Arab eats his lotus bread and dhourrn with the relish of fresh dates the Greenlander gorges himself on animal fat and whale oil as the necessary menus of keeping warmth in his body Hindoos will not touch any form of flesh but live happi Ily on rice and rancid butter An lug llsbmun Is supposed to value beef and bacon above all other articles of food while the dwellers in the Apennines live on chestnuts In ancient days the lloman emperors were accustomed to have a peacock served at all great feasts as one of the principal dainties while In these days birds nests and rats form choice dishes In a Chinese menuSome people say that snail soup is delicious while the French assure you that there are few more delicate dishes than those made out of frogs legs Dig Anntrnltnn Oysters In the part of Australia In which I live we get oysters ns big as n saucer said R resident of Adelaide to the Washington Post They are twice the size of nay I have seen in the United States but In quality there Is nothing to recommend them for they have no flavor and are so tough that It takes a pretty sharp knife to make any Impres slop on thorn SUIT there are people who manage to eat them after they have been stewed sufficiently long In other parts of our country we have a better grade approaching nearly to your American oyster but hardly its equal In fact after tny acquaintance with the Chesapeake hay products 1 am firmlyI of the opinion daft In the matter of sea food the United States leads all nations an assertion that will be backed up by any man of wide travel flaw n ninl DreJl tOIIAs bird fashions do not change two suits a year are quite enough for most birds but they need to take great care of thorn Each separate feather must be cleaned trod looked over and the useless ones pulled out These tenth ers are not packed close together you know but lie loose nnd have places between filled with air When a bird wants to get warmer he lifts his tenth ers so that these all spaces may be larger Dut If his feathers are tan Bled or wet and dirty he could not raise them and soon he could not keep the head In his little body and would of course die A Torpid Liver A clogged condition of the system is one symptom of a liver out of order Here Is as good and simple a remedy as any I know writes a physician Get a nice lemon and cut it in half Take onehalf in a tumblerful of cold water the last thing at night and the other the first thing in the morning Unit a pint of very hot water with a squeeze of lemon or lime In it before breakfast is also good Both remedies are well worth trying To Fly With the Dear He Life is simply one grand chase It you are not among the 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Owensboro as to how it could be made a financial success They do say that is parties who profess to know that Senator Marcus Hannn will nndoubteely be in the fight next year for the Republican nomina tion for President If this be true then there will be war to the hilt Now that the fire has swept away the property on the corner of Fourth and Jefferson streets in the city of Louisville let the owners rebuild a structure about fifteen stories high and thus come up to date in its system of art artichecture A gentleman stopping over hero a few days last week from Texas status that business is dull in that state and wages are low And at last old Ken tucky is not the worst place in the world Thev do soy tnat a fellow can do loss and live longor hero than any other place in the Union Dispatches from Washington say that considerable I stealing has been going on in the Post office department at Washington This department be- Ing under the control of the Republi can party represented by President Roosevelt thoy will be called npon to clear the matter up in the next national campaign As tne Christmas holidays ap proach the Clovorport merchants begin to are range their wares for inspection of the trade and they are doing it v ith an eye to the beautiful Always und par ticularly during the holidays Clover port is reedy to show a big line of goods in this way both useful and orna men tnl Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any OUBO of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J F Cheney Sr Co Props Tole do 0- We the undersigned have known J F Cnenoy for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West A Truux Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Walling Kinnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 7Cc per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonial free Halls Family Pills are the bes- tIIARDINSBURG Amos Board was in Louisville last week Miss Lita Ford is visiting friends in LouisvilleR of Ulendeane was in town Saturday- Dr J B Frymire of Union Star was in town Friday Dr R H McMullen of MoDaniels was in town Friday lJ Superintendent Joel Pile is out vis iting schools this week B F Beard is visit ng his daughter Mrs A S Edelon at Bnrgin Preston Ford came home Sunday on a visit to his mother Mrs Mary Ford tJThe Rev W F Hogard returned home from Ashville N C last Fri day W S Ball was in Louisville sever al days of last wees on a business trip Dr and Mrs W A Walker spent several days of last week in Louis ville John D Shaw spent several days of last week in Louisville thegnost of friends Mis9es Maude Smythe and Lillle 4 Scott attended church at Clover creek SundayThomas Tousey spent several days of last week at Henderson the guest of his son Miss Alice Baker who is teaching near Gartield spent Satnrdayand Sun day at her home James G Brodie of Owensboro was here several days last week vis iting his mother Miss Georgy Robertson of Glen deaue was the guest of Miss lava L Henley last week Thomas Blythe of irvlnetop spent Friday and Saturday here with Thomas C Tousey Jubal ROOk has purchased the inter est of rred Moorman in the firm of Hook and Moorman Mr and Mrs Fred Moorman have moved to town and are occupying the Sherman property The directors of The Farmers Bank met here last week and declared a divldent of four per cent Hon DO1 Moorman of Glendeane and Thomas Moore of McDamels were in town last Saturday Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard were visitors of Mr nnd Mrs D S Rich ardson at Union Star last week Clayton Beard was suddenly called to Missouri lost Friday on account of the serious illness of his brother The Rev W H Calvert was called to Stephensport Saturday to conduct the funeral of Mrs Sallie Blaine The pupils of Miss Mattye Reid gave a recital At the college building the afternoon of last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Jesse Payne were guests of Mr and Mrs Minor P Payne of Bewleyvllle last wnsk Dr J D Walsh of Louisville de livered a very fine discourse at the M E church South Thanksgiving day Miss Highland Roberts n charming I visitor from Chenault is the guest of Misses Margaret anti Robarta Brodie Thomas W Bowuier came down from Louisville to spend Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs R H Bowmer Mrs Thomas Gardiner nnd Mrs Wbittinghill of Madlsonville were the guests of Mrs R G Gardiner last week The Rev W H Calvert will com mence a protracted meeting at the M E church on the scconl Sunday In DecemberMr says he thinks he will be unable to attend tho inaugural ceremonies at Frankfort wh n Gov Beckham takes the oath of office Dr W P Harvey of Louisville preached Sunday evening at the Bap tlst church The subject of his ser mon was the Resurrection which he handled in a logical and solidary man ner What Ople Rend Has to Say About Osteopathy Man constantly finds something new about himself and it is thus that the world moves From the dawn of time he line been his on study and is ever yet a mine of mystery unto himself We reverence the old and yet we know that the school boy of today is wiser than the sage of long ago Theory becomes science science re solves itself into a commonplace fact and we wonder that we were so slow to accept so manifest a truth load health is natural Nat ires aim Is to be free from disease To die before extreme old age is most unnat- uraL Thero is something wrong with the running of a machine that wears out too soon an observant machinist can often repair the evil Man IS a machine and recently there has come into notice a school of medical ma chinists to regulate the machine man Osteopathy Most cheerfully do I subscribe to this new science I have felt the benefit of it and I do honestly balieve it to be one of thelmost won derful discoveries of any age My attention wits first called to Osteopathy by a friend whose wife had btu cured of insanity Closely following I knew of a prominent man who had been cured of paralysis Shorly afterward while I was sicka bed with the grip I sent for an Osteopatn and with one treatment he cured me 1 took treatment at another time after that and underwent a complete physical regeneration It has weathered me through attacks of gout and various acute ills 1 know that Osteopathy tonic treatment once or twice n year fits me for work aa nothing else could and it increases my capacity for labor I find that some of the greatest physicians have endorsed this wonderful departure in the treatment of diseases some of them unconsciously Dr Ol iver Wenaell Holmes dear to AmerK I can letters a graduate of Harvard and although few know it a medical man of renown the professor of anatomy and physl ology at Harvard for many years once declared that if all the medicine on earth were dumped in to the sea it would be a good thing for man kind but a mighty bad thing for the Hob He Knew too The Osteopath with infinite labor adjusts the bones relaxes undue tension on the part of the ligament nor malizes and puts the misfit muscles Into thlr trace reduces false pressure stimulates and relaxes or desensitizes the network of nerves that control the functions ot every organ of the body He frees the life forces and currents Nerve centers are manipu latea by delicate manual pressures so that by simulating or desensitiz ing he controls the hearts action The Osteopath can regulate the ac tion of tho stomach bowels liver kidneys pancreas and other organs By n pressure on the vasomotor center which controls the caliber of the arteries be reduces the tempera ture of fevers several degree in as many minutes Medicine points with pride to the ingenuity and bewildering complexity of its theories Os teopathy asks the public to look at results OPIE READ ATTENTION KENTUCKIANS Special Train For Davenport Lincoln County Oklahoma Dec 15th The town while only six weeks old has shown possibilities of a great future Its population has steadily grown from the opening day With the finest cli mate a splendid agricultural country the best water and nothing to hinder this will soon be among the leading towns of the great Southwest A greater variety of crops cannot be produced in any part if America It has the ad vantage ot the greatest railroad facili ties being at the crossing of the Frisco und Santa Fe All products find a market at the highest prices in this place being shipped to such centers as St Louis and Kansas City Now is the time to take advantage of the following liberal offer Parties buy lug as much as Three Hundred Dallars worth of property in Davenport for cash will be turnished a free roundtrip ticket to Davenport Town lots and forms can be had at the most reasonable prices 1or further information call on or address The KentuckyOklahoma Lund andTownsite Co Lexington Ky or Davenport Oklahoma BEWLEYVILLE The new boy at Chnrley Andersons is named Albert Mell Miss Ada Stith spent several days last week at Glendeane Mr and Mrs Chas Gross have moved near our town The several shredders keep things lively in the couutry The Messrs Pike of Irvington are building a house for Roy Cain Mr and Mrs W W Keith were mak ing an outoftown visit Sunday W II Cain Sr has been on the sick list quite a while but is improving Miss Tucker of Grayson county is the guest of Miss Annie Jordan I Frank Stith scent Thanksgiving with and Mr Mrs Tlios P Hardaway- Mr Dud Mrs Chas Diury spent Thanksgiving with cousins in Louis villeMrs Ellen Jolly and daughter Mag gie were shopping in Brandenburg Sat today Miss Marion Lee Cain is in Louisville the guest of her aunt Mrs Annie Pen nington Miss Annie Chappell has been visit ing her sister Mrs Anderson for sev era weeks Mrs Udmonia Ierrtn who has been the guest of Mrs Hattie Keith has gone to visit other friends Mr and Mrs Thos J Jolly and daughter spent Thanksgiving with friends in Meade county Miss Florence Cain aud her brother Hurlbut attended the Meade County School Association at Brandenburg SaturdayThe of entertaining the next W F M S meeting has been con ferred on yur corrorpondent AH are invited to dinner on December 29 Dr George Yenowine who was the guest of Thos Cain Thanksgiving week left for his home in the city Tuesday During his stay he made several suc cessful trips over the fields after game Golden Hod Death of Mrs Sallie BlaineI Mrs Sallie Blaine aged sixtyone an estimable lady of Stephensport died Friday as the result of injuries received in a fall several weeks ago The fu neral was preached Saturday by Rev Calvert of Hardinsburg and the inter ment was in the Askins burying ground one mile from Stephi l port Mrs Blaine was a member of the Stephens port Methodist church She leaves four sons and one daughter FORDSVILLE Mrs Helen Walker has retunred from Miss Trisler Eulah KyIher home in Daviess county Mrs Chester Sapp and little daugh tor Lncile of Owensboro are with Mrs Sapps mother airs Coppage IJ HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES TtunkJfflvlB ChrlttBM and New Years Holiday Rates Xmas and new year rates of one and one third fare for the round trip on Dec 242531st 1003ana January 1 1904 good returning January 41004 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 Homese 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 30 1903 inclusive I NNtNNNONNN NN N tI will furnish meat nt the following pric- esBEEF By the quarter 6 and ic- s PORK t Hams lOc Shoulders Sc t iiSidcs 8c i i 1i1 Choice Beef Steak lie Chuck Steak10eRoast 6 to Sc Pork Sausage lOc 0 i GUARD AGNEW iiThe Country Butche- rNOONOlNNONNNNN00 i until the holidays Rev J T Ratcliff assisted by Rev Bristow is conducting a revival in HendersonMr Corniff formerly ot this place but now of Louisville is visiting friends here Mrs Ed Miller and daughter Mrs Hopkins of Louisville are visiting relatl ves hero Mrs Durbin of New Albany is conducting a series of meetings at the ChrIstian church Cecil McElroy and daughter Mrs J W McCarty have gone for a ten days visit to relatives at Lebanon Ky Rev Ratcliff conducted services at the Baptist church Thanksgiving 1 n J HONEST MIKE BOOT BUELLS iiWe sell EDELENS Srnndold Honest Miko Boot Twenty years practical test crowns it KING OF ALL The stock in the uiliko is tanned under the old fashioned long time cold liquor process renderingit soft tough und water turning CALL AND SEE MIKE FRANK FRAIZE Cloverpor- tS Ky I i a day His subject was The Nations PossibilitiesFordsville is soon to have a lumber mill of some importance provided our buy nova men help it along with the necessary cash We regret to learn of the death of the wife of Capt John G Keown of Hartford Capt Keown is well known there and is a brother of Marshal Sam Keown Mrs Keown was before her marriage Miss Bertie Mor ton of Hartford Over the County A meeting at Bethel Baptist church near Hardinsburg has closed with twelve additions by baptism News has been received here that smallpox has broken out in the home of Austin LeGrandof near Garfield Hand Badly Crushed Irvington Ky Dec 1Speclal Flnace Claycomb one of the most energetic young men of the neighbor hood was the victim of n sad acci dent on Friday even ing while at w k with a corn shredder In some nn forseen way his left hand was caught in the machinery and before ho could extricate himself lin hand was crush ed into shapeless mass Drs Moor man and Foote amputated the limb just above the elbow Fortunately for Mr Claycomb he IB n member of the Highland Nobles and they will help him in their way 1 1Which Flour a of flour twenty of is BestJJ the public made from wheat purchased J from the farmer direct and only the 1 finest of it bought and milled This is the process by which v Cadicks Gold Dust Flour III is produced Your grocer sells itri Made only by i mc IGRANDVIEWI JJSO YEARS 1EXPERIENCE 1DESIGNS = 1 Anyone sending a sketch and descriptlonmay n quick ascertain our opinion faree Invention is probably Iategtab Communlca 1 e Flopstrtctl confident al HANDBOOK on Patents gPatente1speciaScientific flmerfcaiu Ahandsomoiy111nstratedwoskIlA tareestcir cnlanonofanyeclenano journal Terms Lia month L Sola DjUl nwidejtlerj tdrnirf CO3AfAroahwMew YorktBurch Offlc OS F Bt WaihlOBton A G as Nome From Philipines i John P AlcAdamj has returued from Jthe Pbilipiues after an absence of I tbettert t Application Paper Signed The application paper for the or ganizatlon of a company of statl guards in this city was signed by county Judge Miller last Friday Sat urday the paper was sent to Frank fort for Gov 13eckbam8 considera tlonIJ a Harris returned Thursday from a visit to relatives in Canada IDo You J feel run downtiredworn Not reallysick rnot really well Dont feel that you nee- ddoctorbut a do feel that you needsomething Dont know just whatso continue to drag alo gJJ What you need at such times is WALTHE- RSPEPTONIZED PORT i a tonic food that strengthens and invigorates the whole system aids digestion and builds1 one rightJJ i uptj Nothing in it but Pure pepsin and Good- il I i j I f Port Wine no clrugs or chemicalsar rooITHE WALTHER PEPTONIZED POUT CO Pittsburgh PaIIIFOR SALE BY f I 1 AaR FISHER I Cloverport Ky ar 4 f JV r w 1 L tj AN OLDa ADAGE SAYS A llhtpurse Is a heavy cvnV Sfckiwss nwkas a light purse The LIVER to the seat ot ilea tenths el all disease 7 lulls Pills tt go to the teat of the whole mat p ter thoroughly quickly safely x and restore the action of the I A r LIVER to normal coadlttoa f Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body ititTake No Substitute 11 11The Breckenridge News I ttWEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1903 i Holiday presents W B Oelze t W B Oelze the Bargain jeweler 1J D Brashear spent Thanksgiving in Louisville tr Will Bowmer was down from Louis vine Thanksgiving t Hon D 0 Moorman of Glendeane 4 was in the city Thursday tMlsa Adelia Moorman wag at home from Addison Thanksgiving Come today and get 4 bars of wash ft soap for B Babbage Son i r Ham Babbage spent Thanksgiving r parentsVt Miss Alice Board came home from Henderson to spend Thanksgiving Chas Bishop came up from Paducah 1Tlmrlday to visit his brother Jno s BishopR Hudson went to Sklllman Wednesday to spend several days n hunting o t Miss Adelia Atwond left Thursday g for Enid Okla to spenJ the winter 1with her sister Corn next week and witness the first display of Christmas goods in the lr city Babbage dr tout Miss Cloona Weatherholt spent sew s 1eral dayu of the past week with Cnpt of and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville fromLrt4TblDksJlving at her home in Tobins y port Dr Mitabel Miller has removed his office from the Duncan House to Mr F T Heysers new residence on High St where hn ujny be found on Tuesdays and Saturdays instead of t Wednesdays and Saturdays us heretofore l Tho following Cloverporfc people at tended the masquerade ball at Witt mere garden Cannelton 4nst Wed ne3day night Messrs Tom Ferry Carl Lishen Ed Morrison Wm Wil B on and Chas Jackson end Mi Ese Carrie Tucker Lula Cummings Esther Jackson and Myrna nnd Eliza Tucker h r WUDIIt Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im i possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digestThe consumption Jto hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treatment you will win rr Scotts Emulsion fresh air youfArthats the best treatment We will Send you a little of the Emul sion free De sure that this picture In the form of a label u on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y oc and 15 all druggists 1 New Christy pictures W B Oelze L S PowersWas tip from Hawes vllle Friday John Allen Murray was in Har dins burg Friday Born Nov 8 to Mrs Clarence Board a girl Jas Cordey spent Thanksgiving at his home in Ellzabethtown Misses Mary and Irene Jarboe were in Louisville Friday Bud Baer of Louisville was the guest of Miss Maude Polk tiunday Tom P Archer of Owensboro visited friends in the city Sunday Mrs T L Plank of Owensboro was the guest of Mr and MrsP D Plank Sunday 0 T Sklllman spent Thanksgiving in Owensboro with his brother Jas Sklllman Mrs Thos McCool and daughter Bessie came down from Louisville WednesdayC Union Star was the guest of Mi and Mrs J T Skill man Sunday Come today and get the best pound sacs of flour on the market for 50c Babbage Son Miss Elizabeth Larnn was the guest of Miss Verna Ryan of Tobinsport Satnraday and Sunday Mrs Henry Ashcraft came down from Irvington Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Jas Witt Mrs John Morton returned Friday from n visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Shelby Triplett of Gar Ed Mrs T P Tarvin and son J W of Covington were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Sunday Mrs V G Babbage attended n ins sionary meeting at Hnwesville Wednesday and one ut Owensboro Thurs dayOver one hundred tables are set every day in this community with chinaware given free by Babbage SonMrs Alfred Heston and little son of Hnrdlusburg were the guests of her mother Mrs Francis Sawyer last weekMiss Sue Brashear arrived in the city Saturday from Union Star to spend several days with Mrs J D BabbageMr Mrs Lee Robinson of Henderson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Miller several days the past week Tom Marshall and family have moved here from Brandenburg and are occupying the Hoyle property on Front street Mrs Ella Gregory was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Dow den of Brandenburg from Thursday until Sunday W G Short of Indian Territory formerly of Uniontown Ky has been the guest of his brother G W Short the past week Joe Porter who has been worKing as a cooperIor John Phelop Is back at the L H St L shops nfter an nbstnco of threo years J J Dyer was the guest of his daughter Clara and Dr and Mrs S J Harris at Philpot from Wed nesday until Monday You bad bettor buy that Xmas pros tnt for that girl or you mny need seine new hair about New Year W B Onlze can show you just what to nu Breckenridge People Get Prizes In the Louisville Heralds guessing contest on the number of votes cast for the winner in the gubernatorial con test three Breckenridge county people received a prize of j in gold each The lucky ones nnd their guesses are JBP Hayner Cnster 228042 J Gardner Irvington 229102 and M P Payne Bewleyville 22887 Wn Fye of Louisville and E G Pierce of Albany Ky guessed the exact number 220014 and the firt prize of 4000 was divided between them T B York of Rosine Ky got the sec ond prize a 2500 house and lot In Louisville Breckenridge People Win The CourierJournals 10000 guess- Ing contest on the number of votes cast for all candidates for Governor was won by Maurice Mueller rf Cin cinnati 0 and L H Lawson of Franafort Ky between whom the first prize of 3000 was equally divided They uessed the exact num ber 430267 Tnree Breokenridge people won 10 prizes They were Wm G Haswell of Hardlnsbnrg 430 415 W R Moorman Glendeane 430 301 and Ao Bruner Garfield 430 611 Dan Board Recovering Dan Board the young son of RoH ort Board whose skull was fractured by a brick bat thrown by his little brother while they were at play Is recovering from the injury He has been under the attention of Dr F M Smith I Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanice soothes and heal e the dlicued membrane It tutee catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm IU placed Into the nottrlliipt over the membrane and IIt absorbed Relief Ii Im mediate and a cure follows It U not drying doei not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Druggist or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York 1 WartsrJAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week WANTE- DWANTEftTruseworthy Lady or Gentle mun to manage business In this county land adjoining territory for liouse of solid I financial standing r2000 salary and exienses paid each Monday direct from lifadcmarttrs Expense money ad I MllnIBiterWANTEDME- NlANTEIJOO men to smoke Standardvv Gub Clears Bar sale at all cigar stands Strictly union made goods I SALEI Cats nOIllEn 1 Agent FOR SALE Fan SALEFarm of DO acres four miles RigSpringlugSpringIn good repair good barn crib etc j fumes In good repair good cistern unfailing spring rood stuck water Also resent crp of corn tobacco etc some stock and farming Implements For further Information II K Witt llowleyvlllo Ky or Robert E Woods LouUvlllo Ky FOR SALE 30hend Shorthorn nrd Polled Durham and heifers To reduce my herd will soil any of above cattle very low They arc nil first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 lbsprlre 55o L Green Pulls of hough ICy MONEY TO LOAN LiFE Insurance Policies bought for cash or on nt low rates Call on or write tOoIXO 1 HASWELL Ju Attorney at law HurdlnsburK Ky u FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good laundry machlnrs Also new nod Foonmllmml Otis and Uiisolliie Engines II A HTIN GABLE 5103rd Street Louisville K- yBerkshire and B PI Rocks FOR SALE narredPlymouth Eltlt9InJOHN 1 FOSTER No Creek Ohio CoKv Another Rural Route Another rural free delivery snail route is in prospect for Hancock coun ty The route will run out from Hnwes villa to Duke and to Glover und HBrt1fordvilla u working up the route Will Reside in California Mr ROIl Mrs R W Atnrnon and sister Mrs T A Hobertson of Am mona left last week for Fresno Cal where Mr Ammons will probably em bark in the general merchandise bust ness Mrs Robertsons husband will join them in Fresno next spring Young Ladies sets at various prices brushes from a up brooms Rings Lockets VatchesRhPursespins Shirt waist sets L Bolt pins hInt pins- Bracelets scissors I give my custqmers Tender Meat Well i Butchered I i DeliveredPromptly and tha- tSatisfies i Them i IJrtroubleIedy it for you i I Fred May II City Meat Marketii 8N1 8 iiNltlflN hi NNN001 NON 0N N0- t e t Clean i I Well 0 1 Prepared 1 1 Lunches and i 1 Meals From i 5to25c Is what i You get at Gofffi Mays Home Restaurant ON N ONONN NN100 The Sick Air Jefferson Hawkins of Tobinsport Ind is very ill and as we go to press is not expected to live Mrs A J Keys Sr who has heelt quite ill for some time at her home att Lodiburg is slowly recovering pins and MusicOrnaments the room CandolaWasCologne Young Traveling I NN + IttN 6NNNNN ONNN I aaClausold Christmas Allore Coming Z t See Santa and his wonderful line Christmas goods our store Will be with soon HiI i i1 1JCNOLTEBRO ii TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT i KYII NN N N N N 4 tIfIN Holiday Goods is the Cheapest iSiuh as arc kept by your home Better goods at easier thus can be obtained elsewhere is our motto Knowing our und their wants by ninny years in the Jewelry business being practical and experienced must bo in your favor than going to or inexperienced socalled jowolers to buy your goodsLEWIS rBALL Are your guarantees for not being bit in any purchase I of the chino you want to give or keep holi Holidaysdays or no Lewis Ball t JEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURQ KY A Iif 11 t lfl fi j JThfi wA- RE GIFT INTSYOU PUZZLED ABOUT THAT PRESENT FOR CHRISTMAS 1 A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE PUZZLED AND THAT IS SURE I TRY TO RELIEVE YOUR MINDS OF THIS BURDEN IF YOU WILL e GIVE ME THE CHANCE I MAKE THIS THING A STUDY AND AIM TO CATCH ON TO THE THINGS THAT A PERSON LIKES TO BE GIVEN AND ALSO THE THINGS THAT A PERSON LIKES TO GIVE AND AFTER SOME CLOSE STUDY OF THIS QUESTION OF GIVING I FIND THAT IT IS NOT AS HARD AS MOST OF US WOULD HAVE IT BE NOW SUPPOSE WE TAKE THE NUMEROUS THINGS THAT MAKE NICE PRESENTS FOR YOUNG I HAVE NICE = r Voh l Itlttt ilt Toilet Cloth at prices dollar Bonnot brushes Whisk Chains i Stick Thimbles and Brooch Bon bon dishes Chafing dishes Coffee sets- Gibson pictures Christy pictures Pictures frames for Ornamental clocks Abases Men Whisk brooms sots Military brushes NNON of at us MASONIC N The Best articles Jeweler prices people rather strangers may WILL LITTLE HALF LADIES 1 SuspendersArmlets ArmletsShaving sets- Meerschaum M pipes French briar pipes Watches Rings Watch chains FobsCard cases Picture francs Emblem pins Musical instruments I For The Older Folks Knives and forks Water bottles I Trays Coffee sets Tea sets- Clocks l Chains Sugar and creams Cut glass dishes Cake baskets Bread trays Spoon holders Ornaments and useful things Ad infinitum For Small Children Rings Bracelets Cups Il How about that watch that you havo promised the boy so long I How about that ring that you have promised the girlso long I Boys how about that tell tale ring set the single stone that you have long put off buying I Boys how about some nice Christy pictures for your lady love 7 She wants them Come in and let me show you how cheap I will sell you just what you want W B OELZEJewelry and Music StoreCloverport Ky I w t oJ It y ar rirWAY DECEMBER 2 1 FUNERALS IN GREECE They Are Somerrhnt of n Shuck tv the American Tourist Ono thing sure to shock tlie Aw con tour3t Is a Greek funeral said i1 rttontly returned traveler It U 1 spectacle which most persons of con volition governed decency desire to avoid because the body of the dead 119 exposed In an open hearse The eoflli Is shallow so thnt not only the fne nnd hew but tho hands and much ol I the body can be seen from the slelo walk as the procession woos througl thestreetsThe of the coffin frequently rich- lyI upholstered nUll decorated with gar lands and wreaths Is carried on tin henrso by the undertaker The priest the nlntlves and other mourners fol low mid its the ghastly spectacle move alorg it Is customary for bystanders to rem V their hood gear anti cross them sol vas In the thens cemeteries graves an rented for a term of years just like tin habitations of the quick Only tin wealthy own burialI lots This Is In variably an evidence of wealth or nrls tocrncy The poor seldom dream 01 buying a lot or tomb Such purchnsc would be deemed among them an tin necessary luxury At the end of the term for which a grave Is rented the bones are dug up placed In a bag labeled with the name and date and deposited In a general re coptaclo New York Herald To improve the nppntite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impaired relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people IIn this community who need just such ia medicine For sale by Short 6 Haynes Every box warranted Precocious Mnziirt At three years of ago Mozart wouli amuse hlnmclf for hours together 111 picking out thirds on the piano wltl his wonderful ear at four years hi learned minuets and before six pluyce son of his OWII compositions actual starting on a concert tour with his sli ter it that age- IStfi three years had elapsed lie had tilvMi by storm four of the mos mportunt capitals In Europe Vienna Tho liable Paris and London Ills reputation as A composer was estab Itohwl bjr tlie time tlmt ho was only ten years old Moxart fulfilled In maturlt U o promine of his early years but at the rel of thirtyfive panted away en gaged on n requiem which he gradu- alLy lOR rite wasto ho for himself A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expen stye Occasion life itself is th price of a mistake but youll neve be wrong if you titke Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Haadtiuhe Liver or Bowel trouble They are gtfntle yet thorough SCo at sJlort Haynee Drug store The Retort Conrtroim Smart PaMengur Here conductor Is my fare I hall no desire to best the company hut I thought I would Just use If I could fool you by gutting buy with tills newspaper Conductor saw you but you looked M If you needed Information n good jell worse than the company needs moRley K I lust let you read Balti more American A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular Harsh cathar tiod shoiiel be avoided When a purgative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action For Jjflle byShort Haynes i The Snllom Inlm now many people landsmen at nil events are aware tlmt one of the Psalms Is often called the sailors pialm It Is of course Psalm evil wherein occur the beautiful and fnmll Jar wordH They that go down to the bOA In ships that do business In great waters these see the works of the f t Lord nUll his wonders In tile deep The psalm Is usually rend as part of the simple services which take place on Sundays on ships at sea For that reason It IK known as the sailors psnlni London Chronicle Pains in the Back Are symptoms of n weak torpid or stagnant condition of tho kidneys or livor and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important is a healthy action of UIOM organs Tiioy are cf nmonly attended by loss V energy luck of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and de spondency I toil paIne in ray bucX couia not sleep and when I got up ill the morning felt worse tWIll the night before I began tak ing Hood garwparllla and now I can sleep Mil art up feelliiK rested mid able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Sarwipprllla MRS J N PERRY c1ra 11 8 CopeUnd Tike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla- and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system f4fr r f e1 II t1i J4 1FENH KIDNEY an- dBackache ofXtdneysCUREJladder Dont become discouraged There Is ia euro for you 1 f nnccxsary write Ur 1ennci Ho lius spont a llfo tlino curing Just suci cases us yuurs All consultations Free I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life was not worth living I began usIng Dr Formers Kidney and BackackoCuro and 1In a short time I noticed a great Improvement Tho soreness left my back and I was 800n permanently cured Yours truly HOWARD MITCHELL Kansas City Mo Druggists Soc fl Ask for Cook llookF E Cur Sale By Short lluynus THE HOME IN FRANCE It In Mnlnlr nil Adjunct to Life ot Cur OutKlilc The fattier and mother In Purls cal at homo when they do not eat out lJlf absolutely 110 Informal social lutcf course Invades the apartment which t more than anything else a SOlt of factory In which Is produced whatevei the family needs for life outside A vas amount of sewing Is done here Frond girls of even wealthy parents aftoi they finish school attend courses 01 dressmaking and millinery and to a great extent the Industry which turn out the French woman as a model 01 good dressing to be followed by the world Is carried on by the women 01 the family In what would be the homi If the French knew the meaning of thl wordA reception day Is rigorously kept and much entertaining at dinner and dejeuner may bo done but always of a formal character A person having tin penetrating qualities of a book agon might venture to try dropping In or a French woman on a day when she iIR not regularly receiving but In the nut ural course of ordinary social experience In Paris this would never hnppen says Flora McDonald Thompson Ir Harpers Bazar Such order of living readily permits great economy One lies not to waste time good clothes or house room In laity preparation for the unexpected guest Six days of the week a Frcncl woman may run her sewing machine In the middle of her salon If she likes secure from the Interruption of chance callers It Is said that tho chief tune tlon of the potlt salon of a Paris apart mont Is to provide storage room tom ball gowns which on reception days are taken down from the chandelier and locked up In a bedroom till the guest have departed GoodFor Children Tile pleasant to take and harmlesi One Minute Couch Cure gives hnm e diato relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it dots not pass immediately into the stowed but taKes eflect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inilaui nation heals and soothe and cures per rnuntly by enabling the lungs to con tribute pure lifegiving and life sue tajnlngoxygen to the blood and tis sue Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribed it dully and says there ii no better cough remedy made Sold byAll Drug Co Hell I OHM Think More The average person of so called cul ture who has leisure to rend roads too much and thinks too little and In con sequence his conversation leeks freshness and spontaneity An exchange after saying tlmt people generally read too much anti rend more than they carry tells a story of a man who hind been n great render but had changed his ways and people after he read less finding him much more Interest lug exclaimed How entertaining John was today lIe must have been rending a good deal Mere reading Is a waste of time To conduce to Intelligence the render must train the mind to concentration on the subject In mind and to concentration must be added time effort to clothe and transmit thought in appropriate phrase iluinineCuresaColdInOneDayG A I7l on every 9 drbox as Ilcirnril Ior Io t Property More lost nUll stolen articles would he recovered It the losers would adopt llfferent methods In advertising for their property sold a headquarters lotectlve tho other day Of course honest persons do not haggle over the enumeration for returning a locket a log or anything else But every one Is not ibuilt along those hues It wIly sound very nice to sat Liberal re ward If returned to owner but there are different Ideas of liberality Time sum usually dwindles In the mind of the owner when he sees his property toro him and no one knows this better than the finder It Is far more effective to set forth n definite sum In the advertisement Five or twentyfive dollars means more han n vague promise to be reid gen jrous Of course there are cases when it Is not wise to bo too explicit but In nine cases out of ten n stated sum will luring better results than an indefinite alTer This Is nearly always true with watches with the owners monogram engraved on the case as the pawn broker refuses to loan so much on or tides so easily identified New York Press 1 ft7Ii 1 tl I itIIIf 4 WALL 8TfEFT BROKERS What the Public raT to Keep Tlirr Iii Himlnrm Wall street brokers hold tbemselvc n million miles higher In caste tint bookmakers And they tire right They are the cremo de lu create or finance Bookies are the scum Yel there are many bookmakers In thl street and not a few of them nr beckON of brokers Some are big op orators supporting brokers by thel commissions There an 1100 mim bers of the Stock Exchange nnd thes l represent brokerage nnd coininlssloi firms whose partnerships aggregate IIn less than 1JB2 ahleboelled men It II safe to venture the assertion that eael member of tilt exchange and his part ners would turn up tilt none at an In come of less than S20000 a year Hence At 20000 each year these broken clean up net about 20000000 Tin n are some MX Stock Hxelmnge Qriiu which pay 3000000 annually for tin rent of their olllces These firms employ 7000 clerks nnd assistants bookkeepers runners tie nt an nvernsi wage of lr00 which makes loiI 000 Thus we have In three Items nlom rj00000 timid must commie out of tu pockets of customers to keep time gn machine well oiled That III to MIJ the public pays the sum of 42rluuun annually for the privilege of siipix1 lug In splendid style Sf2 people In order that they unity try their hands III telling whlrh way a stock will KJ Now York IPress RECTOR OF ST LUKES Ashburnham Ontario Testifies to the Good Qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ashbnrnhaui Ont April l8 1001 I think it is only right that I should tell you what wonderful effect Cham berlaius Cough Remedy has pm educed The day before Easter I was so die tressed with a cold and cough that I1 did not think to be able to tsko any duties thenext day as my voce was almost choked by the congh The same day I received an order from you for n bottle of your Cough Reme dy I at once procured a sampli bottle and took about three closes of the medicine To my great relief tin cough and cold had completely disap peared and I was able to preach threi times on Easter Day I know that this rapid and effective cure was due tc your Cough Itemedy I make this testimonial without solicitation beinj thankful to have found such a God sent emedy Respectfully yours E A Langfeldt M A Rector of tit Lukes Church To Chamberlains Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by Short Haynea Value Each Mile at 9000 Each mile of the Lonlsville Render son and St Louis railroad is valued at 9OUO by the Kentucky itailroat Comm 16slbn The Fordsville dl vIsion is valued at only half this amount ft1500 The Kentucky State Railroad Corn mission completed the work of fixing the assessment of the various roads ol the Jta e last week nnd filed their re port yesterdty with Gov Beckham The report shows that onlyI twenty four miles were constructed the past year but all the rOMS made a good increase in earnings The Siillvri The poisons of some of the common anti also some of the most loathsome diseases are frequently contained in time mouth In such case anything that Is moistened by the saliva of the In fected person may It It touches the lips of another convey disease Tin more direct the contact the greater the danger It Is believed that much can bo done to prevent contagion by teach ing habits of cleanliness But If such Instruction Is to be effectual it must be continuous Tile teacher In the pub lie school should notice and correct vie lations of these rules as habitually as violations of the more formal school rules are corrected Inough Sold Two Boston Indies strolling along a road Just outside of tilt borough came upon the first milestone On it was written 1 in from Boston Having lever ventured so fur from their native ilace before they mistook till stone for II sepulchral monument How touch- Ing they exclaimed How simple low human Im from Boston Wbat more needed to be said So the dead ipeak Ilochester PostExpress The Amtilllona Climber The Guide Well here we are on the peak nt last time Tourist Oh guide do you mean to say we can get no higher Dont say hat I cnn ascend no further The Guide Well you can climb up title alpenstock If you want to Its sev in feet long Chicago Tribune Her Preference In Oilmen Docs your daughter play Mozart Inquired the young man with gold lasses I think she does answered Mrs Jumrox affably But 1 think she pro era whl8tWnshlngton Starts SIoit Cat Gel Them EisleI dont believe that story about Puss In Hoots How could n- cnt have seven league hoots Robbie Mnylie n gliiil threw em at him one nlbt Philadelphia Press any you upup pany sufferer that ur LIVCI ruJ y l trouble He writes follows ho can to oven case loss of apvctlto Could notliver trouble Lalso a severei with indigestionsufferedI liavo llko I paekIn a load and IShad to work or even walk around I felt UBi7lIn ratsU well at nlKht no from the Oral dose the time I 1us- deaII y exhausted until I Dr Thachers lAyer and Illood Srrup which helped mo appetlto i Is ootl steep woll and reeland time mYattakin and I was lIke a now refreshed on arlslnc In the morning Ask your dealer for it today Dry form cents form 8100 Send twocent advicestamp and write our for Tenn TRAMPS ARE POSTED 4n a General Rule Ther Are Careful ami Conitant Henilcr Most tramps are readers and they are posted upo a wide range of topics In of tramp read a man wbo has lied a chance to study these peripatetic students said tho other day You hardly ever find a hobo Unit Is ignoramus You find lots of men who are who are doing so because they havent intelligence puough to earn a living but I spenk IllS of time real hobo who Is a from choice fluId who would not work It lint the chance These fellows are pretty wise I can tell you They can tell you more about what Is going on In polities titan a college can and they know almost that Is coming off In our own country for the next six months When you are you will no Ice the hoboes sitting along the rail road track reading a frayed and soiled Often you will see them picking time loose pages lying In time streets fluId I do not believe I ever saw traces of a tramps camp fire around which there was not left one or more old newspapers where they had been cast aside after rending Then the tramps have a sort of trav cling library too that few people have ever hoard of It one tramp finds an old he will read it anti then pass It to some other tramp It keeps going time rounds in this way until It Is worn out If one picks up n book some place It does service In trauipdom for months II never saw n tramp with a fresh paper In his hand but I have never run across one of the thai did not show was n careful amId constant render f Uilcaco Inter Ocean OASTOnXABears Kind You Have Always Bought B1gu0ueA d City of Roof Garden The of the houses In Buenos Ayres have hut one story whose flat roof serves nil the purposes of Yankee lawns and dooryards While the pa ties are frequently utilized as tImIng amid sitting rooms It Is the custom to promenade In the cool of the day on the house tops to sit at and evening tile re breezes views niJ varied In the street below The children find their favorite play ground on the roof There the nurses bring their Infant the seam stress her sewing and the maid her mistress bedraggled finery to put in order again The clothes are dried and aired and Ironed atop and during flue heated term of this dewless latitude bring up their beds and sleep with the starry sky for a countei pane Thousands Have and Dont Know Row To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand horz a or set tling condi the kid If It stains your linen It is kidney too to pass It or pain thA back Is proof the and bladder out of order What to There iIs comfort the so wish In curing pain the back kidneys bladder and every of the urinary passage It corrects wineor beer and that of being to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the effect of is soon realized It stands the highest for its won of the most cases If you need a you should have the best Sold by In SOc andl sizes You may have a bottle of this KA Land a book that tells Address Dr now ot Co N When writing men tion readlng this offer In this paper Dont make any mistake hut the Dr Klllmors Swamp Hoot and the address N Yon every 1 Tt t It i i r- yt1 I Tho raco Is tho swift tho battle to the strong and the good things of life 7time of perfect to the wan who men and health The suiTors so much from sick of and that lie is 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SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC 0 I COLONIST RATES VIA THE I Onehalf rate pins two dollars from t= Saint Louis Kansas City add Mem = phis to points in 5 MISSOURI ARKANSAS = 1 INDIAN TERRITORY = OKLAHOMA d= TEXAS = LOUISIANA = This rate is in effect on the first and I third Tuesdays of each month Full K information furnished upon appHca = lion to any passenger agent of the company or to = PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Frisco System g Saint 0Lou n F iy J i s i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1003 i1TELLTALE LIPS How to Jndire a Woman by the Shape of Her Mouth I judge n man by his eyes but a wo man always by her lips snld Benja min Franklin And no man ever read people more correctly i Queen Elizabeth oust refused to engage a waiting woman who runic wlili every possible recommendation be cause she sold the woman Is a talebearer Do you not see the downward dip of her lips I will none of her In thcosiug a wife let lien lie a wo man whose lips do nut droop att the corners advises a Iorainivsigc If t a womans lips droop her husimtidV life Y will be u perpetual niourniiig time Nor yet should they curve too much up f frivolityflips are straight not thin i When the curve or arch is lucking and tlie lip overhangs not loosely but well defined and firm the owner is gen the and ready to please The mouth of sagacity Is large and always well closed with the line of the lips firmly defined Time witty mouth Is thin lipped and to polished nod smooth that light glances across It TUP catar U tine Mf tlet The possessor of such a mouth tvlll say clever scintillating things o sacrificing her best friend for the sake i of an epigram Coquettish lips are sharply defined with n deep pressure under the nose nnd the corners inclined upward Here lie laughter nnd fun and love of mil sic flowers nnd animals The smile Is sympathetic never tragic Love of rid icule will be strong but not in n mali cious vein If the corners dimple deep ly the lips are quick at repartee Ex change I Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one 4 mass of corruption aches in bone and joints burning Itching scabby skin was all run down and aisconr aged but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and jj gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm pnt new life into my blood nnd new ambition Into my brain1 Geo A Williams Roxbury taco covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head snpperatlng swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured per jjfectly Botanic Blood Balm cures 1all malignant blood troubles such as lijj eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula eto Especially advised for all obsti I1IDate cases that have reached the tec and or third stnge Druggist 1 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Women Who Dreis Like lien Tourists in tho Austrian Tyrol and the I remoter regions of tho Swiss Alps of ten come across strange peculiarities of dress especially among the females In those out of tho way places In the little village of Champery which nestles almost under the frowning Dent lu Midi the women dress like men and nay often be seen In the fields Nat wally they are objects of much inter t to tourists but the women do not m to be at all uncomfortably con us of the peculiarity of their garb J peasants of Champery are a aim kindly folk and doubtless find Uila el dress more accommodating W the d work they have to do r1 a1 MDS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entrs Noun Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as tho only way to pat wen I however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartenedas well as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at test A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to tryand he did so began to improve in dowdays and i my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being flACr MriStowes letter shows every saddenedhyfemale joWin of Cardui cures that tick new and bringi health and happi ness again Do not go on Buffering Qo to your druggist today WaeofWIN CllllJlJJ I RUN BY MOUSE POWER A Thrifty SeoteliiunnB Scheme For Operation 111 Thread Mill Thrift Is generally acknowledged to be one of the lending characteristics of the native of If I fel1h Ire and It never was more forcibly exemplified than In the person of David Hutton a native of Dunferralluo who actually proved that even mice those acknowledged pests of mankind could be made not only to earn their own living but also to yield a respectable laconic to their ownersAbout the year 1S20 this gentleman actually erected n small will at Dun fermline for the manufacture of thread on mill worked entirely by mice It was while visiting Perth prison In 1812 that MrI flatten first conceived this remarkable Idea of utilizing mouse power In an old pamphlet of the time The Curiosity Coffee Room he gave an account of the way In which the Idea dawned on him In the sum mer of the year 1812 he wrote I had occasion to be In Perth and when Inspecting the toys and trinkets that were manufactured by the French pris oners In the depot there my attention was Involuntarily attracted by a little toy house with a wheel in the gable of It that was running rapidly round impelled by the Insignificant gravity of a common house mouse For 1 shilling I purchased house mouse and wheel Inclosing It In a handkerchief on my Journey homeward I was com pelled to contemplate Its favorite amusement nut how to apply half ounce power which Is the weight of a mouse to a useful purpose was the difficulty At length the manufactur ing of sewing thread seemed the most practicableMr hUll one mouse that ran the amazing distance of eighteen miles a day but he proved that an ordinary mouse could run ten and a half miles on an average A halfpennys worth of oatmeal was sufficient for its sup port for thirtyfive days during which It ran 730 half miles lIe had actually two mice constantly employed lathev making of sewing thread for more than a year Time mouse unread mill was so constructed that the common house mouse was enabled to make atonement to society for past offenses by twist- Ing twining and reeling from 100 to 120 threads a day Sundays not except ed To perform this task the little pedestrian had to run ten and a half miles and this journey it performed with ease every day A halfpennys worth of oatmeal served one of these thread mill culprits for the long period of five weeks In that time It made 3350 threads of twentyfive inches and as a penny was paid to women for every hank made In the ordinary way the mouse at that rate earned nine pence every six weeks Just one far thing a day or 7s Gd a year Taking sixpence off for board and allowing 1 shilling for machinery there was a clear yearly profit from each mouse of 0 shillings Mr Hutton firm ly Intended to apply for the loan of the empty cathedral In Dunfcnnllne which would have held he calculated 10000 mouse mlllsrsuinclcnt room being left for keepers and some hundreds otI spectators Death however overtook the inventor before this marvelous project could bv carried outEdln burgh Scotsman A Hurprlned Duke Just after the late hake of Rich mond and Gordon received the latter half of his title he was created Duke of Gordon In January 1870 he was sent to this country as president of the British commission to our centennial expoaltloo While in this country he heard of a certain picture owned by a country woman In which he thought he might be interested and so wrote to her using the official stationery of the commission and signing himself as a poor does simply by time names of his title RIchmond and Gordon Much to his surprise and a good deal to his disgust for he had precise Ideas as to his dignity as a dukethe letter which he received In answer to his was addressed Messrs Hlchuioud Gordon and began Gentlemen At tt Sociable Mr Sllptongus 1 have not met your wife la she here tills evening Mr IJnusome Vcs but just at this moment she Is engaged over there at the piano Mr Sllptongue with affected enthu slasmi Ah I see She Is that goddess like beauty who is playing an accompaniment for the mountain of flesh who is singing Mr Hansome stily11y wife does not play she sbntisIondonlelegrnphWhy Lillian Is not sure that she loves Walter Sometimes she thinks site does and at other times shes convinced she doesnt And yet she Is going to marry him Oh yes thats nil settled Rut If she is not sure she loves him why doesnt she break the engage menU Because site Is twentyseven Kansas City Journal Fixing the Hume The trouble aint with the farm said the old man It the farm didnt have to do anything but support Itself it could be made to pay but It dont seem to be able to carry the burden of us livln on it so I reckon were to blame Chicago Post Loiluir an Opportunity The curtain goes up at 815 so well he Just In time But If we have a box It really seems i shame to be so punctual Brooklyn Life Some people want you to give them ivcrytblng for nothing Including your Ito your liberty your labor and your pursuit of happiness Schoolmaster NEW YORK TIME It fa the Stnudnril 1d In All Our Weather llurrnu Station When we read n report from any of time 100 regular weather bureau sta lions throughout our land bringing the Information that a rainstorm u tornado or sonic other meteorological pbe nomenon began at a certain hour we need not suppose that the hour men timed refers to the time at the place where the observation was made The hour given Is the exact New York time for every clock at the regular weather bureau stations nil over the land Is set to the seventyfifth meridian or east ern standard time which Is exactly five hours behind Greenwich time Only this standard of time Is used In the text of the Monthly Weather Itevlcw and all weather burea ilob servers are required to record observe tions by It TIll reason for this Is that the best clentlllc deductions from the weather reports must be bused upon the conditions of the atmosphere exist ing simultaneously In different parts of the country- It would be very ludicrous If all the hundreds of reports sent dally timid to be changed ut time central otllcc In Washington from local to eastern time and so all the regular observers nfl required to use the New York or eastern time In making their reports There are many volunteer observers mind newspaper correspondents who In reporting weather phenomena use oth er standards of time If the weather bureau has occasion to use their re ports the time Is often corrected to agree with the eastern standard or the local standard Is mentioned Detroit Free tress A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street divnping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everbody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Plies disappear quickly under Its soothing effect 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store The nond to Snocemi It Is well for the young man to remember that If he finishes his educa tion as a skilled farmer or stockman or fruit grower there are plenty of places open waiting for him at good pay while if he becomes a minister lawyer or doctor he may have to hunt long and far to find a place and wait long before a good living Is assured Hockfnrd Holster Many persons who feel tired ner rolls and all worn outnot exactly sick yet far from wellseek the aid of a physician when what they really need is a simple tonic something to brace them np People thus ailing shonld try Whither s Peptonized Port Sold at drug stores It combines time richest old port wine with the very best of pespin It creates a natural appe tite tones up the stomach cures dyspepsia nnd Indigestion Many physicians prescribe Waltherp Peptonized Port when their patients need a dependable tonic Small size 50 cents large size 100 Mnp Mn Id Mir Map making has kept pace with the progress of other arts thougb Its steps are not so loud end are heard oftencst In the schoolroom It is really an ftto matte n map and dins always been so From the time of the earliest crude affairs to the elaborate and ex act pictures of today a great degree of skill lies always been necessary to give n perfected representation Map- making Is now at the height of Its excellence and popularity The man wlh land to cultivate houses to build or land to veil must iiave everything set down on his map for reference Nobody thinks Of traveling nay great dis tance without consulting n map In dell It la almost Impossible to escape- It for the obliging ticket agent thrusts It Into ones hand with thoughtful klndncEf mindful of the advertise meat within the pages ns well as of the convenience of the tourist Maps are so common now that there are no more little boys who think the toll of one state Is green another brown another red because that is the way It U col oral in the geography Worcoitar Spy Od IS TORtBears thelie Kind You Have Always Bought Slgaatnro Y ot Tell Dow And arent you married yet NoWell welll I thought you were en gaged to a certain young lady in Oer mantowu No I was engaged to nn uncertain young lady timid tints why Im not married Exchange The great nntnber dyspeptics is increasing dally This Is dne to hurried eating and leak of care in selecting proper food There is n lining more effective to the rnndown digestive organs than pure pepsin and while pepsin alone corrects the overworked digestive organs a tonic such as pure port wine is also necessary to keep them in this condition Walther Peptonized Port to be found in all drng stores com nines In exact proportions the purest pepsin nnd richest port wine It Is highly recommended by thoughtful physi clans For sale byA R Fisher Small size 60 cents large size 100 WEDDING PRESENTS Some tint About Rosy anti What and When to Send It is a golden rule to send your wed ding gift In good time the first to arrive belug much more appreciated than that which Is one of the many pouring in from nil quarters during the lust weekBy adhering to this rule you are also saved the annoyance of hearing that the saltcellars are charming the third set already received A month before the wedding day Is not too early to send the present which should be accompanied by a visiting card to be placed on time gift when displayed among till others The package should be addressed to the bride If you are Intimate with both time happy couple wad to the brides Louse addressed to time bridegroom If It Is he with whom you mire best neo quainted Most people wish to give something novel useful and pretty The future circumstances of the happy couple should Influence time choice If they mire going aluiad do not give anything unsuitable to the requirements I of time climate or so cumber sonic that packing and conveying It to Its d filiation will amount to half the value of the present If the recipients will not be particu larly well off It Is only kind to select some useful present IIn these days when artistic taste Is shown In all the necessaries of life this should not be difficult If the happy couple are likely to re ceive ninny presents It Is safe to give something which will not be amiss If received In duplicate such as sliver sweetmeat baskets for the dinner table or a set of afternoon teaspoons or a bronze or china ornament The Lone Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Hnller is the head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to n friend who was with him in the tbeselLityou will be up ear v in time morning foiling good For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling DeWitte Little Early Risers are the best pills to use Solo byAll Drug Co Inor Condition Ask papa tonight suggests the gen tie girl to her adorer lie Is In such a good humor because he got the better of some man In a business transaction today The adorer shakes his head doubt fully I believe Id better not he sighs I am the man he got the better of and be would be sure to say that he couldnt let his daughter marry a man so unsueceasfahJudge r Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on COKKKCTXKSS OF STTIK EXCELLENCE OF TAILORING IIKIIAHIUTV OF FAHHIC J H Hunsche With Casper May Co Canrvelton Ind Beautiful Homes need KeiskErs FurnitureWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished In this and other states Ours Iis the LEADING FURNITURE STORE in LOUISVILLK and the SOUTH WONT YOU BECOME ONE OF OUR Customers FURNITURE makes an lideal CHRISTMAS GIFT No 586 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh ol the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repro sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist 1In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of RaTantwood W Va MM ysarsKodolI for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 4100 SU holdJnr2U UmoJ the trial elae which Mill for SO c U- Frpard by E0 DcWITT 00 OHiGAQO Sold by all Druggists =FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates the bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint iI Mayor Yewell of Owemboro Ky I says Our baby was wasting away I o while teething Ills bowels seemed g beyond control Three physIcians f- ia gave him up Owens Pink Mliture s s taycnouehIt f I Ialll1atlreI IIFk FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Indigestion 50 book I IISold till Druggists Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED p n L CHRISTIAN JNO D DAB AGE J C NOLTO President VIcePresident Secretary Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ml L lIltlKTIAN BUY CKAWFlWI P I PIANK JXO n IIAHIIAUK J C NOLTE V V V CLOVERPORT FOUNDRY MACHINE CO INCORPORATED CLOVERPORT KY A MODERN UPTODATE PLANT Do General Repair Work slake Castings and other work usually done in a FirstClass Machine Shop i u Eras t emsrnrnrG0ifi0GN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KKMPKR Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits eea GeSGSeeeeileeeGieeeeeeeeeNGGS U SG S Ce u The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized hi1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILU1AN Asst Cashier Accouuts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof furnished our custom ers free NEW SAfE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest p Id on time deposits u i000N00001NOONOONOOOONOI OFFICERS H niJAKl Cashier i DIRECTORS Morris Eskmlge G W Beard Late Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard o Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson i iInsured against loss by fire or burglary T iInterest paid on time deposits Y- NOOON0000000000010NNN Y eN000NN1NNNOOONNN A O U Ws Speaker Grand Recorder Walker epoke befcro tho local A O U W lodge nt its re gnlar meeting last week for the bene fit of the lodge Mr Walker is from Louisville The Best Prescription fur Malaria Jhl1ltlI1Td Fever Ise IMI tie of drove Taste led Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qut nine In a tasteless form No Cure No Pay Prl ceSOc I nay Operate Tar Springs It is reported that J D Cooper of Haweuville and R R William of Evansville who bought the fiinoua Tar Hprings near this ctlv moytlear the land incorporate the springs and d fl for tablets SOc Simple and free by and any vault i Have operetta it as n summer watering place Koilol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthen the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach Trouble and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Jure rebnilds wornont tis sues purifies strengthens and swnot ens the stomach Oov G W Atkin son of W Va says I have used n number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Care and have found It to be a very effective And indeed a powerful reme ay for stomach ailments I recom mend It to my friends Sold byAU Drug Co f v r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1903 IRVINGTON Mies Annie L Bandy goes to the city on business today MrTrntnan was In our town recently calling on friends Walter Herndon has gone to Louis rifle to take a position Miss Ellen Munford is in the cityfor a visit to toe Misses Tydlugs Mr Alexander is homo again after u lengthy absence in his old home Mrs Henry Ashcraft was called to Cloverport Friday to visit relatives H H Keuiper has returned from Frankfort where hej went to see a sisterMrBilly Keith is a slstant clerk at W E Browns store in Mr Browns absenceMrs John Balden entertainedFriday in honor of her guests thoMisdes WilliamsTaylor Orendorf Perrinof Lousville was the guest of toe McUlothlans during the past week Hubert Piggott came home Wednes day to enjoy the treat at this time andI to take a tine hunt Nellie Mayor and Rhea Weaver are spending sometime with their parent- at Wasnington Place Misses Eva Herndon and Mabel Mc- G lotbilln enjoyed a visit to Fordsvllle the company of Mrs Montgomery Miss Hannah Hendrick has returned from Louisville where she spent two weeks with tier sister Mrs McCall Mrs Nannie Wathens many friendsI are delighted to welcome her home again alter several months absence Mrs Lon Moorman and Lewis Bev natt enjoyed a bountiful feast at the old Moorman homestead in Meade countyMr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain have returned from Irayhampton where they visited Mrs Chamberlain familyMisses Norris Kurtz Nan Lyddan and Cora LeA Anderson attended ohuroh here on ThanKsgiving day and enjoyed the hospitality of Mn John L HenryThe formed Baptist associa tion known as the Breckenridge as s Dotation appointed the Rev J T Lewis to represent them at the South ern convention =Mr and Mrs G O Bailey assisted by Miss Lyons served an elegantdinner on Thanksgiving day to the following guests Mrs Mary Munford Misses Emily and Ermine Munford Mr and Mrs Richard Wrather and family J MMndd and children You Know What You Are Taking when you tike 0 rove Ti stel Chili Tonic iHsenuso tin formula iw plainly printed on every bottle sliowliMC that It isl slmtily Iron and Quinine In u uistenenri form ochre No pay trice sec BRANDENBURG The Rev J L Hart returned last Saturday from Virginia Brandenburg Normal will have an entertainment Christmas night Mr Martin an experienced pharm acist is at the corner drug store Mrs Z T Herndon has left after a visit to her sister Miss Jen Hardin Dr Lon Novitt and wife and Dr Zinimerau were guests of Mrs E WimpClaude Hardin is at the corner drug store ready to hand you out holiday goodsDr P W Foote was in town last week looking in excellent health and spiritsMrs B F Hook has returned to Leavenworth after a visit to her mother Mm Ella Gregory and little daughter Doratliycarne up from Cloverpnrt ThanKsgivingThe TeicherV asso t READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Dr EfW Hall St Louis Mo Dear ijirI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for Kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully f reqommeud it to nil suffering frotr kidney and bladder trouble Respectfully 1 J H Hespen TEXAS WONDER FAOne bottle of the Texas Won 1 der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes travel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and hind der in both men auk women regulates bladder troubles In cnlldren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two month s treatment and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 029 St Luis Mo Send fqr testi monials Sold by all aruggists0race I 2931 Olive street t e ii a raJ I + a fIf J 7 F j AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA THE FIRST ADVERTISER i PROBABLY several hundred million dollars arc being year in this country upon advertising Yet the advertising industry is in its infancy and the men of trade and commerce are just beginning to wake up to the truth that the possibilities of advertising are tho greatest factor in modern business Time first advertiser was tho man who sought out tho pluce C where tho most people passed and hung out a sign over his establishment And the last advertiser will bo able to do no I more The change has come in the nature of the place = whore the most people pass and in the character of tho sign Tho modern means of locomotion and tho printingpress have made tho crowd that passes a particular door in a particular street comparatively small importance For tho merchant or tho enterprising manufacturer who is merchant also can find a far vaster crowd to pass before and gaze at his sign And if ho knows how to word that sign ho will have his hands full taking care of those who want his goods The wise seller of today asks himself two questions Where will my sign meet the eyes of tho people of tho kind I wish to meet What sort of a sign will attract most eyes 1- i Saturday Evening Po- stnvvvvvnrVvmvnr kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTil elation met here last Saturday with a good attendances The Rev T L Crandell was ahead last week for the rubbortlred buggy The contest waxes warm Darnell Dowden and his bride from Cannelton came up to be with hU patents for Thanksgiving The stores are already assuming a holiday attire and we are already feeling the Christmas cheer In last Saturdays Louisville Times is a picture of the officers of the coun ty and fiscal courts of Mead Protracted services will beginhere next Monday night He Hart will be assisted by hev W S Thomas Mrs Annie Herndon Mr and Mrs Jess Herndon and Mrs S P Parks were guests of Mrs J W Lewis Misses Bettie and Lillio ClarKson and Chas Casperke were guests of Mes dames Chas and George Casperke Mrs Henry Cowley and Mrs James Bondurant spent several days In Louisville with Mrs Beall Grinnell Mrs Dan Roberts Mrs Z T Herndon Miss Jen Hardin were to dinner with Mr and Mrs J D Har dinMiss Rosebud Moorman of Glen deane is the guest of Miss Linnie Moorman wno entertained for her Friday evening Dr and Mrs W B Pusey and her grandmother were with Mrs Iufey who returned to Louisvllo with them to spend several days Mr and Mrs James Hottell lost their infant daughter last Wednesday bhe was only a few days old and had been frail from birth- I have catalogues of the seasons of 1508 1104 from the Veltner Conserva tory of Music St Louis sent by MIES Mary Taylor now a pupil there Last Sunday was the first of the four Sundays of Advent to be observed by Catholics and Episcopalians Christ is near Christmas He will be here James ShacKlett and brideof Louis vine Mr Henry Bhacklett and wife and Chas Crecelinp of New Albany were with Mr and Mrs R B Shack lett Thursday Mr and Mrs Thomas Hamilton had turkey dinner for a few friends Their daughter Miss Wathena is at hOme from Chicago University where shells tidying oratory Scott Grinnell spent Sunday In Louisville with Beall and Gough Grinnell and then went on to Gray eon Spring station to taKe charge of Bassett Stones drug store The New is a temperance way It is fair and square on any subject When it cornea to politics it willingly gives opinions on either side It furnishes all the home and county news and from a distance Miss Claudia Stith and W E Brown were married last week in Louisville Miss Brown otten visited her sister Mrs Wm Bewley when she was a resident of this place where she is re membered as quite a charming lady The ladies of the Catholic Church will hold a bazar Dec 23S4in H room on Main street Fancy articles useful ones too eatables in fact anything and everything salaole In these lines will be acceptable The union Thanksgiving services at the Methodist church were enjoyed by I a fewRevCrandell preached practical appopriate sermon and the choir gave gooa selections The week In prayer held by the Womans Missionary So ciety was slenderly attended Tnere are only ten members on the roll whereas the minister remarked there should be fifty From some cause the subject here is very lukewarm and yet the command is pl- ainCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature J of JohnsonGoobill- Mr James L Johnson and Miss Nancy M Gooblll of near this city were married Thursday at the home of James L Johnson by Rev L Bur dette of this city in the presence of a number of friends SG 18g Cents performs miracles at I stu1tionery= J buy a box of stationery that jj i will answer the following = description to the letter or i I the box of paper is yours I absolutely frce- Ninctysix pages of paper six inches long by five inches wide ruled in any color you may wish neatly tied with dainty ribbon folded in the latest manner and is stylish for either man or w woman Fortyeight envel opes to correspond withpa per in color and size A sample will bo sent for a onecent stamp to pay post age Mail orders tilled if postage is sent Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky m tHm ea Cloverport fFoundry Machine Company I CLOVERPORT KY One purpose of our Company is to help people who have trouble with their mechanical devices A general repair shop ours iis whore wo have the necessary OTiiipments to execute the work we do with tho highest acc ray At your home business place or workshop now there are probably sonic mechanical contrivances that are badly in need of overhauling probably you are having trouble with your machinery which you can not remedy yourself Now this is tho piece of machinery that is costing you money and will until you have it properly fixed Wo will have a representative call and inspect your machinery upon request Such inspections are mutually beneficial A postal card request will do N- t ihJb w u t 4 Bargains at the 4j j FAIRSee prices below They cant be equaled anywhere so cell quick and get the benefit of them Dry Goods Prints 4c and 5c per yard Heavy Domestic 5lc Canton Flannel 5c and up Henrietta I2jc and up Outing Cloth 5c to 16c Bed Tick Cc to ICc Shirting Cottons 5c to lOc Jeans 10c to 40c Ginghams 5c and up Sa tines 10c and up Percales Oc to lOc Scrim 5c to lOc fowling 4c to lOc White Table Linen 20c to 50o Red Table Linen 17c to 50e Flannels- All Wool Red Flannels 18c up All Wool Gray Flannels 25o up All Wool White Flannels 20e up Waist Flannels 25c to 50c TowelsW- hite Towels lOc per pair Linpn20e to 1 per pair Lap Robes I rom 25c to 400 eac- hCarpets From 15c to 5Uc per yard Window Shades From lOc to 50e each complete the de of the city last The were who Pate Mor rison Fran Boll Pate and Pate The from the 1 Boots and Shoes 90c up per or ed toe 2 to 5 to 5 Ladies Shoes 90c up 75c to 3 5 to to 1 S to 12 25c to 13 to to 2 In all shapes and Felt Boots 6 to 11 19- 7Leather Boots upI7 to 10 80c per Mens Overshoes All 20c to per Ladies Overshoes- All 40c to per OvershoesF- or Children in 25c per Sewing Machines 5 Drawer Machine 5 Drawer Drop Head Machine Warranted by Factory for five years Several pupils in primary partment school selections about Wednesday afternoon those recited Lucy Adams Sawyer Claudie May Lamb Elizabeth Homer Dean Bessie Keys Audry Perkins Pearl Agnew Lillian Harper Katherine Coombs Annie Morrison Clara Newton Llhe Harper Willie Kinder May Jenette Burn Mike Tucker Catherine Coombs Martha Miller Victor Harper Amil pupils Mens Brogans pair Mens Calf Skin plain point 125 Boots Mens Fine Shoes 125 Calf Skin Kid Shoes Childrens Shoes 815c 150 250e styles Childs pair sizes 175 pair sizes 125 pair Misses and Hanging prices from t- oI pair 1400 1600 other were in Mr Wroes room ana heard the recitals Gets L Wathen of man was to three years in the federal at Atlanta Ga for by the Feder al at last Wathen to of bill to 10 and it on woman in county and asked the court for mercy on the he is an old man When in the early part of the fall over in by United J Clocks 8 day and 250 1 alarm 90c Capes Jackets to 500 250 to 150 to 300 ClothingE- xtra sizes in liens 350 to 1500 300 to 800 1 Child 65c to 350 1 Rain Coats At from 125 to 550iSome of them I guarantee not to leak if they do I will I the I Overcoats 250 to 2000 I Underweard I can suit you in quality and from tho cheapest to tho best i Queensware- I have largest stock in county and se and to suit everybody from the est to the best Picture Frames SIZES At from 25 cents to 400 each I Salt 105 per bbl GROCERYDEPT t I have everything you can call for that line A hungry man or woman can supply their wants Call and examine my line We certain ly can pleaseyou Call early and get first choice t we T TILFORD w Proprietor- CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Thanksgiving Recitations recited Thanksgiving following Bnaette Tilford rooms seated Wathen Three Years Chas formerly Skill sentenced penitentiary counterfeiting court Owensboro week plead guilt the charge raising a 1 passing a Grayson ground that arrested Grayepn Statcs strike alarm Ladies Capes 40c each Jackets 1000 Misses pants Suits Youths prices refund money i prices the tho tho nicest lection prices cheap goods ALL in Marshal Gilliland Wathen claimed that he wat a Baptist preacher Mrs Sash Simmons Dead 1SpeclalMrsnight at 8 oclock utter ah illness lasting many months Her funeral will be preached today at 1030 oclocK and the interment will be at the old Sandy Hill church of which she was a consistent member Mrs Simmons was a Miss Bruner of Hancock cons ty nnd was a aister ot Mr Simmons first wife i t u- c u