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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 + THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI 4 ry ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT it VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1903 8 Pages NO 21 THE DEATH OF MRS MOORMAN Passed tywaf r Her Home in llardiifsburg Friday at Age of Eighty Three MEMBER OF CHURCH 70 YE RSj Harllln burg Ky Dec 8Spe clan At her home in this place on last Friday Mrs Lucretia W Moor eightYIlitfir She hud beeu infirm for some time aud her death was not unexpected The funeral services were held the tollow jj ing day at tht Baptist cnurcb the I oltklatingI i I tery Mrs Moorman was the relict I of the late Mr White Moorman who died nevera years since She was a charter member of the Baptist church at tills place and had been a church member for nearly seventy years the span of human life She possessed a ii beautiful Christian character and was resnected and loved by all who Knew her Seven children survive her to lament her death and emulate 1 1her virtues Lewis W Moorman of Meridian Miss Mrs Hattie Ditto I1 1Mrs R S SKillman Chapman W ljMoormanI and Mrs Lucretia Hensley of Hardinsbnrg Mrs F H McGhet of Irvlncton and Mrs Thos H Ditto of Biandenbnrg To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try H few I andIMr J H Seltz of yTetroitMich says They restored + ray appetite when impaired relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people In aImedicine For sale by Short Haynee Every box warranted BRIGHT YOUNG LIFE AT END Miss Ernestine Nell Drury Form erly of Bewleyville Dies in Louisville INTERMENT AT IRYINGTON Irvington Ky Dec 8SpEclal- On i last Friday at the Irvington Baptist church and amid a large assembly of sorrowing friends the funeral exercises weie held over the remains of Miss Ernestine Nell Drury formerly of Bewleyville who died at her home in Louisville Wednesday after un illness of nearly three months The Rev J T Lewis In appropriate and touching wordsepoke of the brief life of this talented and beautiful young woman just past seventeen years The choir rendered sweet music especially the quartette The floral designs were many and beautiful The following young friends were active pallbearer Clarence McGlothlnn Richard Horne don Rogers Stevens Harry Har per John Wells and James Morton all of Louisville The honorary pall bearers were Messrs Harry Ketuper Roy Wimp Murray Blanford Tom Drury Morris Jolly and Overton Blanford The remains were entered iu beautiful Cedar Hill cemetery Grief at Bewleyville Bewleyville Ky Dec8 Special The many friends of Miss Ernestine Drury formerly of this place are deeply grieved over her death in Louisville She was oeloyed by a host of relatives and friends America Webb Dead An erica Webb colored died at her home about three miles from town Thursday She leaves five sons Jess James John Allen and Grant t vvv VY v YVYYV YVY v v vv VVVY o 6Ia t ROOSEVELTS VERSATILITY H tr President Roosevelt has made a reputation for the diversi ty of his knowledge pertaining to the history of various coun tries cities peoples and their habits and customs One day last week he was called upon to address twelve societies and organizations whoso members were presented to him at the White House WTbo first was a Gorman singing society The President t began hw remarks by talking about music and followed with a t tribute to the German people evincing a wide knowledge of I certain minor historical events which was heartily appreciated l Iy his hearers societyldid tho Germans by telling of two or three little events in the history of Italy which had appealed to him The Italians were pleased tend surprised to know that the President of the United l+ States was as familiar with those events as they wore them selvesThen came a band of Westerners from the far away plains of some one of the States in tho Northwest Here the Presi dent was decidedly at home Ho slapped them on the back jollied them along in a lively fashion with deer and bear stories and talked about far away ravines gaps rivers creeks and fishing holes with as much familiarity and knowledge of the surrounding country in any of his visitors could have done J To the peanut growers tho President made a highly inter esting address on tho art of planting and growing peanuts and gave the old planters a few pointers as to how their work 1 should really be done To some fireiticn hegavevft few of his ideas uli to how a fire should bo put out in the shortest space of time Ho never fails to tryto impress his hearers with his knowl niayrepresentycWhen this President was on his recent trip through the West it is said that he had a list of the names of persons whom ho would mention in his speeches in this or that town He wanted to throw in just a dash of local color here and there He pot mixed OB the names and homes of some of his cowboy friends and meationed their names in places hro they were mot known andad not even rNited When the Presidents hearers looked at him with open mouths and blankexpressions it dawned upon him that ho had dropped a leaf out of his lo cal color schedule John D Wakefiold in Louisville Times tTfTYf1YnIfYYYnYny v VYY v YYY VY VYYY V V Y V T J PERRY COUNTY FARMERS MEET AT TOBINSPORT The first session of the Perry Coun tyInd Farmers Institute began at 1015 oclock last Friday morning The meeting was held in the Toblns port High School building which will peat several hundred A large num ber of people from all parts of Perry county and some from Breckenridge county were present At most of the sessions the building was well tilled and much interest was snown loathe discussions and talks by the farmers The talks were of value mull interest to the farmer and with un excellent musical program made all the ses sions profitable and entertaining to those who attended One of the pleas ant features of the institute was the generous hospitality extended to the visiting farmers and speakers by the good citizens of Tobmsport The in stitute was conducted by J J Wheeler of Rome Ind the county chair man The other officers of the Insti tute were D H Weatherholt Vice chairman and J 0 Ryan Secretary both of Tobl nsportIFriday Morning Session This session was opened with the song My Country Tie of Thee whlcn was followed bv the invocation by Rev Abel Powell The first subject The Pasture was assigned to Philip Smith of Prospero Mr Smith said that it is a poor busi ness to winter more lean common stock than one has pasture provided for in the spring Plenty of spring pasture be said is beneficial because poor cattle go begging in the market crowd out the better cattle and cur tail prices The pastures undoubt edly a blue grass sod and the longer it is the better Not much should be expected from an old field unless you give it something to make it produce ties A 0 Lockridge of Greenpantle Ind in speaking on The Fertility of Our Farms gave his plan for obtaining such He depends on nature as far us possible to keep up the fee tility of his farm In the fall he sows wheat and then clover in the spring He keeps his manure in a compact form to prevnt loss of strength and finishes up manuring with clover as it Is an excellent agent M bring ing fertility up through the toil roots of the common red variety having been found six and seven feet deep After blndar gots over the field the weeds arecat and his clover springs up In order to have fertile land it lis necessary to have blue grass and this he sows on his worst land One good way to get fertility of Mil is for the farmer to Keep his land in a good crop ill the time J H Gwaltney of Poseyvill came next with God Hover Crops and How to Secure Them The first Important thing ho said is to secure u good stand by having clean pure seed full of life not allowed to lie in windrow or swelled or weakened The best time to sow he said in when the earth is frozen just enough to be honeycombed early in the morning because the seed goes rolling into little holes and are covered up by the soil when it thaws An impor tant thing during wheat harvest is to cut the stubble as high as possible so as to leave plenty of mulch to feed tb clover during dry weather But the most linporat thl ng at this time Is to cut the clover blooms with the mower because clover stops grow lag when the bloom is matured and there is a period when it rests When the ono m is clipped there is oppor tunity tor more root growth which prevents heaving up If manure is not at hand good results can be obtained by mulching poor points with Mtruw to a depth of two inches Prldiy Afternoon After a number of dlscus one on the talks of the forenoon JH Groves of Rome Indspoke on Corn and Corn Growing He Ilia large corn grower having raised 4000 bushels ou100- acre this year and talked about ale owa methods of cultivating this crop which lin the most important oae laI Toblas Bottom Wfata his meadows get weedy he breaks them ap net pale them in the best possible condition for eorn He lis very ears fed in the selection of seed using an Ideal ear He selects his seed corn all winter laying aside a one when ever he finds one that comes np to bin ideal His choice la a whiteear with white light cob and large grains L dr He plunts between May 10 and May 20 and quits cultivating on July 4 ns he then bas to begin his hay harvest j He plows his corn once a week gener HeIlsoI noes chop the weeds that the cul tivator fells to get He shocks his I corn and then when dry enough shreds It III Breeding Up Farm Animals Mr Gwaltney advanced a number of good ideas Pe said that the Idea that two pure bred animals will make a pure bred animal is it false impres sion from the very fact that their power to transmit their good quail ties causes them to be At war with ouch other and prevents their blood from uniting and producing animals of uniform character As tin result of this antagonism of good qualities the bad qualities of the two are reproduc ed Tha idea that a pure blood is the result of mating half breeds is a mis take also said Mr Gwaltney The only way to breed he said is to breedup This should be done by select I bredItinuous Growtbthe Law Success In speaking of plant life he said that cne requisite forcontinuons growth is plenty of water around the plants TherA shonld be 50 percent and WP can get 43 per cent The first way to get this is by early spring plowing as there is more water in the earth in the spring than at any other part of the year Another way is to pulver ize the soil as much as possible In or der to have capillary attraction If the corn crop loses one day in growth it will not t e reifored Animals he saldjshonld have a continuous growth from birth to death During the afternoon session the more serious part cf the program was pleasantly interrupted by a selection on the piano by Thomas James de Ja Hunt of Cannelton At the close H CCleinmons of annelton sang a bolo accompanied by Mr Hunt wbicn was much enjoyed r Friday Evening W R Poll of Toblnsport made a good talk on Horticulture He laid stre 4 on the fact that Horticulture Is of special Importance to the farmer and that the farmer ahonll know how to do his own budding The greatest need for advancing the knowledge of this branch of husband is horticultural ioeletles In every community I to teach the fanners when and how to spray The dry spray he said is preferable and the universally one yearold trees are the most profitable- Mr Lxntridge in speaking on the Farmers Golden Opportunity come pareb the opportunities of the farmer of today to the struggles of his fore fathers when the forest bad to be cleared and other difficulties over come and many sacrifices made After Mr Lockridges talk Miss Verna Allen of Tobln port sang The Songs We Used to Sing in a very creditable manner Next two essays were read one by Miss Ethel Carr of Derby on The Beet Crop on the Farm The Boys and Girls and the other by Miss Mary Frank of Tobinaport on How to Eliminate Drudgery from Farm Work Both were well prepared and thawed care ful study of the subjects treated To do justice to them it would be necesa cry to publish each one in fall When Miss Frank had finished Mr Clem mnns sang Asleep lu the Deep accompanied by Mr de lu Hunt ou the pianoThe program of the evening closed with an udJreas on Encouragement to Young Farmers by Mr Gwaltney and an outline by Miss Merlca Hongland of Indianapolis of the work done by the Public Library Commission of Indiana since 1800 Mr Gwaltney advised tile young man to establish first a name for truth and honesty an the key note to all future snooess to be careful of his asoelatea to decide what avocation he will follow and thin to exert every energy to attain the highest success in that sailing He also advised rigid economy until business la established Note Ths outline of the work done by the Institute on aiturday is crowded out by local and county news bat will bl published in tull next u wtekEdIII DEMOCRAT IN OTHER HANDS Morris Beard and Joel Pile Buy IIlardjnsburg Paper From J Rogers Gore NEWSY NOTES FROM TilE BURG HardinsburgKy Dec 8Speclal- J Rogers Gore has sold ins paper The Breckenrldge Democrat to Morris H Beard and Joel H Pile The new I owners take charge next week and are equal owners of the plant Joel H Pile will become the editor He hus been connected with the paperas local editor for about two years Mr Gore will probably locate somewhere in this congressional district He and his family have been residing here for something more than a rear and the citizens are loath to giveI them up They carry with them the best wished of all persons for their future welfare and success RECTOR OF ST LUKES Ashburnham Ontario Testifies to the Good I Qualities of Chamberlain Cough Remedy Ashburnhain Ont April 18 1003 I think it is only right that I should tell you what wonderful effect Cham berlains Cough Remedy has produced The day before Easter I was so die tressed with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able to tike any duties the next day as my voce was almost choked by the cough The same day I received an order from you for a bottle of your Cough Reme dy I at once procured a sample bottle and took about thre doses of toe medicine To my great relief the cough and cold had completely disap peared and I was able to preach three times on Eaater Day I know that this rapid and effective care was due to your Cough Remedy I make this testimonial without solicitation being thankful to have found such a God sent einedy Respectfully yours B A Langfddt M A Rector of St Lakes Church To Chamberlains M 4lcina Co This remedy ia for silo by Short do Haynes Miss Katie Bagman of Hawesville visited Mrs Joe Cully last week The Best Prescription fur Malaria TIIcta PayPrICesoc THE OLD RELIABLsl Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Queer Bird Captured Hnrdlnstnrg Kr Dec 8Spe cialMesgre S A Pate and P huntingtripesay the least was unusual It was of the feathered tribe of a dark gray color with claws like a hawk and a beak resembling that of a water foul It was about three feet in height having long legs and measured three yetIdrag store Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened at tack may bo warded off Hundreds of people use the remedy in this way with perfect succors For sale hy Short R Haynes R S Skillman as Deputy Hardlnsburg Ky Dee 8Spe clahCircuit Court Clerkelect Thomas J Moore was in town Sat urday He says that ne will finish his school at Glendeane before move lug here and that he will put a deputy in the office until that time The school term will end about Jan 25 It is said that R S Skillman will act as deputy circuit clerk until the February term of court A Castly Mistake Blunder are sometimes very expen sive Occaalonly life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong If you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel trouble They are gentle yet thorough 250 attShort do Haynes Drag store MAKING THEIR OWN WAY Tho most hopeful characteristic of tho American colleges is the selfsupporting student- It has been said tlmt any boy in this country who wants an education can get it if ho wants it bad enough Tho truth of this is boing demonstrated now more clearly than over before There in common complaint that the poor boys chances to get ahead in tho world are not what they used to be This is not borne out by tho facts in any department of life Since tho beginning young men have worked their way through colleges Poverty has been no bar The growth of tho practice is indicated by the report of the Secretary of Columbia College committee on employment of students from which it appears that Columbia students d u ring the past BuiifthGiTcariicd 31401 an increase of 13jjQ over their earnings for the year beforeMThe number of vacation workers this year was nearly 10 per cent of the entire university attendance Tho occupations engaged in ranged in variety from truck driving to the opera tion of a printing office and the largest sum earned was 1000 by a llaw student What tho wago earning student loses from the college courao ho makes up in practical application of his talents to tho realwork of life Ho is better prepared perhaps to step into his chosen occupation when college days are over than is the fellow student whoso way has keen made easy and who knows nothing of the difficulties to be encountered The boy who works for his education learns what1 an edu cation is for and places it in its proper prospective hi his view of lifo V NCI boy need despair because his father is not rich enough to buy him an education If be wants it bad enongh he can get alongIwith it Cincinnati Post p N T 7 1 +rHI I IHt2+H I I I 3I J II+U I- tXtCL + tt FrinttC tgt FtKturItizl J11 J1 t M1M JM Jt aii THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the RoseItr k n 3 5 g t Copyright 1902 by THE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY p 1- i1ftr0rrbnsttrdtr rlnfrrtKrirtroOtitrtt tMtr- t z zUy+ + ++7 M + + K CHAPTER III- ANCAKKS Rrltu lom iulpu rMK mill txfon euili s q hen OJTB shatand been pmtiillv uMiil by the elmWin hen lu a few hour Inforf truly U ttiftlb- reakfatih4ereditngibclattst g14ts anticipation Mr Iiinios Ihr iniiii PIT in liigii spirits incrcurlnl hN tin u iatlur dime lOll fiuin 1x4 WIIPI n handle Of pOMtor underI Iis lllll ItO- lliToiwly griMtlnt SiiintIroI + p T wtioai lie ii olUJtilvil in theI liiil lead the bill thiit iiiompiIrnLr niiicdy Tim HOIICVIIIIMIU IUy n I r less compiiny Iiv IiMMI tlmt Htfiun- lAUnietlvo wtiilnly lLki the i 11111- I i IoI you tliluk iilI KtrtiiiSPiioiigli I How voulil uiiiMrngiiirilI tloV- It I wuislil be t provincial my dear t tn provliKiil lilt 1IIIIJ1hll tlie qtiim Intis voice rf tilt old liuly VeryI well tuaor- tli1dy the manager 1 iiil Yoi slmll be 1 eilcss1 if yuu wish Every fence slui II pirliiii r 4viry post Iwvomo loquacious witii it I wan pItitf to till riling uiyrf said 1hrbldier 11111 will Join you If you ilmit iiniul In milled suddenly Mind Not n lilt COIIH along mill u siiil Icnrn rf tin utk of iiuiiiii gt r liiDMislor IIIVHS wt alai lictiis archlo Aii liciir or fen lutir found tin two lidgI down tin lnQ lit n hrlk part i1i liiirliiK the tavern btlillld tinin n iili t liiuinninjj In iiiwiilid il biil that i iiiiHlitli II viixvi to rUKtwnrd- Hov do you idvt rtlp your perfonn iui sV nsk411Ii yuiinittM 1111111 opon in tin ciniMiWtiiii- iIv I I ln41rN wrlttin uiiiiouiictiiiiiits ini lit tnvprtm tr a imtiie In tIlt etuiti tri paper If we liiipiii along just IK itoiv it KIMS to IMISS miswpKHl IliiriKs In the nll tlnns we hull the boy and tta1oII 1111 nud tlr 11111 MVs ussrntedI IaI ram a retrixpef dre MniU ovprs r iidint 1IiiI good tin lurid fiei NVInii I was n Ind In Iev onabliv Itin niiii er aiinnunctHl the perfonnMUcc In hut towi ihnrkot jilnrr I rang n CIW hill tIt attract1 attention add Ihe toke41 to the people Bina ling ttsui iMMiplc t nifit will be given I Iove hi ti IVsldingnling tmwnrmv nlphi Tin1 ItPatis Stnita rent Iii Vi diiesiIny Tin 1ro rokiil ViVlinx Tll11rtlny The Wnv of tli Vnd So I niHile lilV l hllt In ni uolsy turf 11111 have since pliyiil no role inorc efTectlvely tlinn that of tin xtlinll liny With till big hrlh liicidiiitnilj I hud tn cleiiii time lunijis nod flail ftinnll IHMT to tin leaillns lnly vllcb dntis ron perfunctorily perfiiineil My art liowevpf I threw into tit IIdlI coiiHiulod the uiflUaKor With l hiiifli- liii yon find inniiy theaters here how I IdI tle other tloURlltflllIy- Iliirnei shook his head Xo nN tlunitfh tthere are plenty of them upon till Atluritie mid Hoiitliiiii circuits Still we can iiKunlly 1lIt1I ball wcct a staK ilidcoilHtnut tiers of seats Kvill n lhorn nt a pinch uiukei an ncc jitalile temple of art But our prlnelpftLdlttl fiiltyI IH 1prociirluK bunAPx3to perform you Imve to fot iiorinlasfoii to play rThnt vc do slphod tlie iiMiinp From iilHlnrnte triMtem In iliners ijnl KtuMiornI HUjicrvlHors or justices of tit ieaee ill tie Iminlctx- Ititt tlieir ivisoiit for this opposition risked his companion They were now entering the little hamItxclungiu thtgrii yktth fur a tklewiilk of ihiiiUM In id htlgtlnvise aQcl tlie pcjiio of iiaturit for sack slgn + of eivilixntloii a+ n trim i of gttIII imlH U7 ptrt Miitlliii in rosi the thori nxli fare andI ai pcnifuk In ItN pridi of pomii M fttlivoriili bird nf old King 8ooiunn crying from the topI of tits shell hurl roudl ili4iitiirinv Its gorgeous Irnli Barnra wi edI tli perHjiinitlon mm 1N brow as lie min4u t red Well H temp IM IK e and niitltbciitr ral Bgltniiin hi pn ceded tm In tin ilmlenKO I illlcj ni iniiveiiietit orlvilllt- MI lu Baltimore iv seven turn vim hud ben drun nrd ml mitt nw Irfurtns throURl ni the entry Till Is known 1IS tin Wiiihili i nnveMlll niul th most formidiili 111lJft nivii is in nlil uitnr I Ii n 1n I IL I lt 11H ure sit th K ipc- rViKs illlii Ill rt III ti gel 111 l It if youll wiit n inoiiKMit SMlntrrniper t1Illtil II TI rtiIp rrII t11rxh the dearrf II in sny vniil u liMllilinu wbleli boh dl ii ill i is IIP iiteiui app xlr illic Mil vlniK prll III ileeiiMilon cJlIlI mnnll windowt ii garden ni II iiiif fluJtliI miiiiiis and n Puu ii itniry Inverted lett r+ I rniis Hperillly ri iiiparcil with iI- i1sUI In hlg Ilnner amid vitli n v iil of IXIhlllll1III to tils rompinnl lnin to retniiO I lix ftif1t towil1 Ih liMpry on the hill plug liiitk An KoonV ask iI Iii ciinx maim 111 iliqiriM There In nothing to be done Jrrv e teiijiintiiie locttircr Ims Jn t giii iL 1roil nrp wt1 ngalnst playa laid r r4 llio supervisor refijuea the IlifllSO Wlib which till inaiinprr relapsed Into Flloneu rttpful tend tiicliiiplioly Thoir road ntn steadily upwind from the sleepy valley skirting n wood vliire the luxuriance of the overhang Inu folloao and the bright luitiuiiiuil HI+ o+M I1 = i tint of till leaves were like n sin ir a pextaenl r play Out of lirentb flItill steepneos of tin 11 I bin bund pressed to hlcs csrtrJh1 mtidenly mlled n bnlt t I 11II on n stump his face ino 1lit ffJ nnd spoke for the f11r tt jyttiev 1 Inid loft the hamlet fe Lets rest n inomenr SoiavbM matches flit ixninloimlly here tnpplnv bin heart Ah thats better Th puln tins left No Its tithing rhr tiridiln era U gcttltiK old Hints nil Let me ltnh yes And be drew a d Itr from his KKket Terhups tinre lies n crumb of comfort In the weed The manager smoked contemplative I iy UkIII man pushed to the verse o dlnister Weighing the ltiulr rh ineiv of nicndlnx his broken fortunes Cut as lie iKinderetl his feet gradual liKbleneil with n fault itllnimer of Mt Isfiietion Ilia mind seeking for stniw cnnxlit at ti palslble vny ont t ii tits labyrinth of dilHcnltlen nUll In i moment be hind straightened up pttMlni writable optimistic wrentlm He unw buoyantly before he reached the Inn the crnfnb of comfort hind beeoiuo ni Laf of nssurame At the tnvern the manager luiinetll iitely sought mine host stating his de wire to glee n nuiiibcr of free turf ru niieea In tlie dliiinj room of the ho 1 The Inndlord deintirreil stoutly 11 i was an Innkeeper not the proprietor f n pluyliiUMc Were not tavern and theater liixepnrable retorted nnrnesr The country host hind always been n patron of the histrionic nrt Beneath his windows the mask null Interlude were horn The mystery harlequinade and divertlHseuient found shelter In n KltllOUW In u word so ImlefatlgnhlyI did b friy argument npiMallii alike to clem ency and ftipldlty the riutont follow Ing such a course that the landlord at length reluctantly consented nnd soon sifter the dining room was transfonned Into n temple of aft stinted It U true for flat drops tiles and screens lint at least more tenable than the rootless theaters of other days when a down lour dremlid the players and wnsbed out the pttilie cniiKiiiK rnluy tears to drip from I lias nose and rivulets of rang to trickle down my Ktidy Slip aways Burble neck and shoulders In this labor of eonverUni the dining room Into an auditory they found an ntientlve obwrrcr In the landlords daughter who left lieijjniin plates and platters to Watch tliVfle preparations with round eyed ndmiratlon To her that temporary stageIves surrounded by glamour anti aotimnce n world re mote from cookr scnllou and maid of nil work and peopled with well born dames courtly Indies nnd oxnlted prln eesws Possibly Interiiited lii wliat seemed an liieomprtbei rble ienturefor how could1 the umunger4tofers be replen iKhwl by free performances Salut Irospir that afternoon reminded I ta men he hiul returned lain the vll lase without fulfilling lils orrjuid hear mx esdulined Dsnies his fart wrinkling In prrjjlexlty Vlmt Inve I twin thinking abort I dont see how I itn givnow Hawkes or Ihirlaty eaift lie apaeit what with lnnpn Ito ixillHli and continues to get In order Hum he mused dubiously- If 1can1 111 of any tine command me sold the soldier unexiiecteilly You exclaimed the manager I could not think Oh Its n notable occupation said Hi other with a satirical smile Was It not the bllliostern who caused the dorufall of the French dynasty 1 ho added In tint cnse laiiRhwl Barnes with a sigh of relief go ahead and spVend tie Inflammable dodgers Paste thrm everywhere except on the tombilond In tie graveyard Conspicuously before the post oHce neery nsorf on till town pump mid i he fence uf time village clnircb snir time Inter the so tile a cordlngl nailed the posters followed by an iiiiulsltive JTOIIP who rend toe following ID nnunccment Tuesday The moon Vetinel + daV The Hchool 1111SciudalI ThtiMlay The S III vtb divrtlng speclallles Krlday mii and Juliet Snturday Hamlet I with n Jig by IKate iMirnii At the Travelers IrliMid Kn trance 11II Shaking the tells on Ills hnrnrekh- e I tontlmud rill way while tilt stetI out of its city of clouds sent beauis like a searchllvht to te church s ir lle lleld imirked by the plow tle ijuut BtinnpM In n e1aarhtgiIi tdavn their giant sinew thenyuj respien dent mays vanished the bttMi uiontH crinnbloil away and n ltht wllli lIts nr iry of Hhadbws Inva hell the earth As SalutIros r approached the tavr ct promliitiitly on the brow of tit hT mill was sohjjnnly resitfnl sure tilt sign which now ereukud In doleful doldrums and again complained wildlyI na the wind truilcI It n vigorousI blow Tlie wtmlowi were bright fiOtn the Ireplne1 amid lamp Above till door the liRht streamed through the open trunwm up on the suuylng sign and the IlutteKn leaves of the vino that clnmlMifl around the entrance In the parlor near a deteriorated Ip ano whose yellow keys were cnicUnl and broken in almost the seventl stare of nliuidduin sans teeth eanc u r IlffeHola1F GIGoone in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers win Rjins evervliln he saw the dart eyed girl xi nil rindi his hors As hr did so she sated hTself upon the haircloth stool press d a white linger to n discolored key and fiullcd at the not tmexierted result the squeak of d1 crcpitude Whlh her hand still retd on the board and her features show strongly In r lief against the lire Ik n cameo pro Ir sot In bloodstone a lljurr rppniachfA and I1111 u lug gracefully up on the pal lti Initnttneilt brat over her with stalling lips It whs the grand elvnlor he of the equlimgo with sliver gazecestci pleasing picture of the young mtrr It was now tuniwl with sudden nvll greater Intoutness to that of tll dslug stnibgir n swift Interrogatior glnnclnt from that look How hind he made his pence wih her CertainlyI her maiinrr now b trayed no scntment While motion loss the rider yet sat In lids saddle nn Invisible baud grasped till reins Shall I put up your horse said n small voice Mid the soldier quickly tlloc mounted the animalI vanishing with tit sponke as SnInMrosprr entered the Inn Jay an mated conscious V his attraction the fop Hovered over thti young girl an all pervading Hype rion with faultless rnlllos white hands and voice softly modulated Thnt even lug the soldier played piquet with the wiry old lady losing four shillings to that antiquated gamester mill when be laud Raid the stakes the young girl was gone mid the buoyunt beau had sought diversion In his cups Strike me muttered the lust named1 IIpersonage the little stroller has spirit lion her r1es Hashed wjien I first ap proached herd It required some tact nnd acting to titake her bolleve 1 took her for some oil else qn the road Not such an ensv ccmjuest us I thought al though I Imagine 1 have put that adventurers pure out of joint- CIIAITEIt In sO welli advertised In tine village linl been the theatrical compa ny and so greatly had the cru sade against the nlay nail play IIII wllIlI11 public curiosity limit on the evening of the drat performance every bunch In the dining room auditorium of the tavern hind an occupant while In the rear the standing room was tilled by the overflow Uponthe counter of the bar wore seated a dozen or more men Including the schoolmaster an Itinerant pedagogue who boarded around and received his ply In farm products and the village lawyer at tired In n claret colored frock cont who ofton was given a pig for n re tainer or knotty wood unlit for rails From his place well to tint trout tbe owner of the private equipage surveyed the nudlenco with comtldcrnblc amuse ment and complacency He was fastid bushy dressed III double breasted waistcoat of figured silk loosely fitting trousers town colored kid gloves light pumps and silk host Narrow ruf ties edged his wristbands wblch were fastened with link buttons while time lining of his evening lOUt wits of Im maculate white satin As he gazed around upon a scene at pure novel nnd Incongruous he took from his pocket a little gold casebonrlng an Ivory minia ture and wHth the eyes of hits neigh hors bent expectantly 111011 him ex tracted therefrom u small white cylinder What mny thnt bi mister In quired an Inquisitive rustle placing L U hand on the others shudder The latter drew back as If resenting that familiar touch and by way of ni lifMTOi1E INSTANTLY CURES ek oof ftffJj rieW l Ip J THE ONLY LIQUID REftSHDY ON THE IMARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKS Harmlfisg Safa at AH Times Prompt and Efficient CUJuis Jlenfnlsta CPRFfe N MTOUV quietsr1UnumrisuscaCURESDetllItI CI 0 1 c tlnYIIOif1crclgn1roUIof the state and the owner of the coach enjoyed the dubious distinction of being the first to Introduce them there Time lighting of the aboriginal Amer Icon cigarette drew general attention to the smolrtT amid tie doctor not a man of modern small pills but n lib eral dispenser of calomel Jnlnp captor oil and quinine whispered to the land lord Azcrlnh who amigo he The heir of tine putroon baIkieL I found the name on his trunks EilwanlI Mnnrlllo Silo Going to take possession at the lie otdathetcau guess ef he can Yes significantly 1Ipcated the doctor So lh4 Iis the forI elsu heir lies got wrJstlmnd like a ivoman and hands mist ns srunll Vcais gloves like my darter when shI goes to meeting house And slk soc Why the old initroou ifldnt wear lion at nil and corduroy was good cnoiii for him they say Wonder how the silksaeshosindicating with his thumb tho soldier who standing against n window cas inont In the rear of the room was by his height n conspicuous figure III the Slithering 1 doiit esactly Irnow Kzokh1 re plied the landlord regretfully Not that I didnt try to find out he added hon estly hut he was so close I couldnt get nothlng from him lies from Paris Franco niabe Louts Philippe hlmsalf for nil I know No he aint Louis Philippe re turned the doctor with decision cause I seen lids likeness In the mug nine Might be the dolphin then sug gested the boniface Hes so mighty mysterious Uolpbln retorted time other eon teiuptuously There aint no dolphin Thore hasnt Bern no dolphin since the French revolution Oh I didnt know but there might 9t beensald the landlord vaguely From mouth to mouth the Information gleaned by the village doctor was Jiinic Jorcard mutt nililrcKsed tile jood t 1 qoj lc lj llflcf1rnllthoui ftniherriiosl reach of tbaY landholder tholr Interest was none the less keen The old master of the manor had been like a myib much spoken of peter seen without tile boundaries of his neros but the now lord was a reality a creditable eruption of tailor hatter hosier cobbler which trades hind not flourished under the old master who bought his clothes cup Dud hoots at a country store owned by himself An ticipation of the theatrical perform ance was thus relieved In a measure by time presence of the helm lint tho delay Incident to n Ihst tight on an Impro wised stage tons so unusual that the au dience at length began to evince signs of restlessness Finally however when the land lords daughter hind gazed what seemed to her an Interminable period upon the lady amid the swan the lake amid the greyhound painted on the curtain this picture vanished by degrees with an exhilarating ctvaklus of the roller and was succeeded by tho representa tion of a room in a cottage Kate was Volatile not Toblns Vo lante but one fashioned out of her own characteristics supine but shapely heavy hut handsome slow but ape dOlls Susan with hair escaping In roguish curls beneath her little cap item taper waist encompassed by a pages tunic time trim contour of her figure frankly revealed by her vest uncut wits truly a lath dressd up to cozen any lover who preferred his friend xi Hit his bottle to his mistress Merry as n stand boy she danced about In russet boots that came to the knee lithe and lissome In time full swing of mnunlty from skirts i uintlo nml pot tlcoats Conscious that his Identity hind been divined nnd relishing perhaps tha ef feet of Its discovery the young pntrpon gazod languidly at the players until the entrance of Constance ns Juliani when he forgot the pleasing sensations of self thought In contemplation of the ac OfjIlIubcame a bride with train nnd Jow hllll1 nierlng bodice revealing the round ij ivoryhikei ttomaryI feathers nnd other ornuiintH of the period spec tied in tilt 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News gave its own account ofI the meeting at Clover Creek Baptibt i cnnroh whoro n now nssoolatlon wns I formed in its Issno last work bat the i writeup in tho Western Recorder of Lunisvlllf by Dr W i Harvey will be of interest as it predict well for ther r now association nnd contains several pleasant personal mentions The Re corder orlut tho following Mcssengot8 of the 18 Baptist churches of Biocken ridge county met In Clover CreekI church and were organized intb Breokonridge Association last Friday JRev W V Harrell was chosen Nod eratorand C 11 Payne was elected clerk The Association promises to bi an Aggressive missionary body These churches wore formerly connected with Goshen Association 1I Goshen Association lens n glorious history iced wo hope that old Goshen 1 j will gnard her laurels and como to ibe front as never before in nil that pertains to a widoawako and aggress IlyIJTho next meeting of Breokerrldge A ciation will be with Goshen church beginning on Wednesday i i fier Fourth Sunday hi August Tho writer greatly enjoyed tho comfortable Ihospitality of Brother William Her drick near Clover crock church The wood tires remiiiied me of days long ago After all that can be said for other kinds of lire to meet the old fashioned wood fire with Its great backlog has no equal I was the guest of Miss Lillie Scott at the Commercial Hotel In Hurdlnsbirp preached Sunday morning for Brother Dan Shackifctt win has just been called to Clover creek church and at night at Hardiusbnrg Brother Shncldetl is a populari an able preach er nod pastor nnd ho drives a blooded team to his appointments Be ex recta to resume his studies In our tietuiflnry about February Isl Pa tnr Fttzgerild of H rdlnsburg is popular with his people W P Harveyr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthen the stomach anti digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach Trouble and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol JDj epsia Cure rebuilds wornout tis sues purifies strengthens and SWAut png the stomach Uov G W Atkin son of W Va says I have used a number nf bottles of Kodol Dyxpepain Cure unit have found it to be a very effective nnl indeed A powerful remedy for stomach ailments I reooni Webd it to my friends Sold bAllDrag Co Alleged Misuse of Mail Louts Darnell one of tho beet jcpown farmers of Meado county wan yesterday arrested by Villiam Blades United States Deputy Marshal He f vfaa brought to tho city whero ho dicecuted bond before Henry Cassin tilted States Commissioner for 750 r guaranteeing his appearance in oeinrt March 14 Darnell was indict ijdbjf the last Federal grand jury on hohn rgo of sending obscene matter rough the mails The daughter The Love of Eating IIBTHE AMERICAN BECOM v ISO A GOURMAND P 4Iulour largest ceu h tiro of population J i IrksNewYorkandt- licsgo we dally see t are attention given i pi the inner man rrand luncn rooms are nnea wtin men women who seem to give nil their tune id attention to thoughts of properly or liiiptopcrly feeding their stomachs It is lifcburae best to eat slowly but not tool consultingr1 Institute of N i timeie n Isnt filifficient blood left to properly ie care of the other organs of the body fjftoniach must be assl ted in its hardI c the liver started into actionby thep fa good stomach tonic which should intlrely of vegetable ingredients and out alcohol After years of experience i active practice Dr Pierce discovered t aiedjrtliat ended these conditions in a maker and tissuebuilder He called r pierces Golden Medical Discovery alterative extract that assists in the I KJltjbu pad assimilation of the food in Momach so that the blood gets whatt iMd II for food and oxidation the liver is tuft saute time started into activity and e is perfect elimination of waste m- atIWhcn the blood is pure and rich all i organs work without effort aud the Irds like a perfect machine NukKlI Dr Pierces Common Sense Adviser is sent free on receipt of onlya1r covers or 31 stamps for the cloth d volume Address br R V Pierce iloNY y lt 1 rt Vigorous Old Age Paines Celery Compound makes the old tech young and cures their ills It has ndded years of health and enjoyment to many a life Use this great medicine regularly and its invig orating powers will fill your declining years with health strength and happiness Head what George F Morse 67 years old writes WELLS S RICHARDSOV Co CenlleenJust a word In favor of Paines Celery Compound hoping it may catch the eye of some afflicted person and they may receive the same satisfactory benefit Some 15 years ago I had a combination of malaria chills and fever and grip whichcon tinued for n year or more meantime I lost in weight about 60 pounds trying different medi nines and doctors with unsatisfactory results Paines Celery Compound was recommended and after using a little I Inn to improve gaining about a pound a week ha year I had regained 50 pounds of the lout weight and good health and have been a well man ever since Yours truly GEORGE F MORSE LEOMIN TUR MASS Oct 27 1902 j I DYEII Drastos cloaks salts ribbons mats feathers stockings everything wearable Diamnnl Dyes make to leok like tew Direction Ixx k mid 4i dvcil sample free DIAMOND DVKi iJurliiigtM u Vt 0of CimrleH All ii n htKhiy respected resident of Rock Haven Ye lilt conn ty received them letter and tlie Tcaso woe taKen up by the United States ifitliorlties Ditrnell IHIH ulvny borne a good reputation Tlinrsdnys Cour ierJonrnul One Hundred Dollars a Box 19 tho value H A Tiwlulp Huintnui ton S C places on DoWitts Witch Hazel Siilvo Ho stays I hod tho piles tor twenty year I tried ninny doctors nnd niediolne but till fniloil except DaWitts Witch Hnzol Snare It cured met It is a ooiobimition of time healing properties of Witch hazel with nntUeptici anti oniollionti re llevoi timid peruiunetitly inures blind bleeding itching mid protruding piles sores cuts bruise e zenm suIt rheum nail all skin diseases Sold by All Drug Co To lie Mustered Saturday The application paper for the orgn nizntion of n company of Stow Charms in this city Uns IMOO approved by Gov Ueuldi 1111 anti Adjt Gn D R Murrny hits appointed Cnpt MM ton Iraig of the Artillery Battalion Louisville us mustering oltiner dipt Craig will ho in the city next Sntnr tiny and ut 8 oclooK will tuuhtor staid uppllcnnta in to the Kentucky StHto Guards us req nes tot Ity law After time men ate mustered in Cnpt Craig will litht nn eleotion for offlie s 00S it aiw Bears theilia Kind You Haw Blots BuriiI SlglAturovf7lt Will Soon Choose a City Wiishlngton Dec 2 Former Sena tor James K Jones of Arkunuis chairman of tho Democratic national committee James M Gniley ot Pennsylvania Senator Stone of Mis sour Representative Clayton uf Ala bntnn and Senator Gorman of Mary land members of the committee held n prolonged conference nt the Shorohaui hotel this afternoon One of the sub jecta discussed was the time for calling n meeting of the committee to fix the time ana place for holding time next national convenlnn No definite decision I was reached but it was the general opinion that the meeting ought to be held in Washington dur lug the second week i1 January An Iluiiurvtl Chinaman Queen Victoria with time prince coi sort und bur fumly ntirmled In state the oprnlnj of till great oLililtonI of lsdl Vhll the choir win sinshiK tin Hnlleluluh Chorus a Chlnumun sum pwbly robod hiiddonly emirnpd from hut crowd and prounited himself bo fore the throne No one IUniw who he was Hi ihlght be tlio emperor of Chi min himself come secretly toKnsland to share In the jrfiiit dilnf8 The lord cliamborhiln givatly perplexed uppllcl to the queen and the prlnco for advice mill IiistniLtloiiH lie was Informed that them must be no mistake as to the strniiKcrs rank anti that It would be heat to plnce him betwciii the arch bishop of Canterbury nod the Duke of Wellington In this position of honor the Chlnniunn with magnificent dig nity rnlkctl throtiKh the buildings to the delight and amazement of nil who watched Next day it wtte tltecoven l that ho wns the lkeeper pf n Chinese Junk which hail JUst castiuicbor In the riitinua mind which cveivpptly was In vltcd to IUt on payment of n- v shilling n IIInd 4f 1 v Many Ducks at Irvington In some parts of Breckenriclge coun ty giima IS said to bo siurce while in oter sections it is more plentiful thin for yours It la reported that ducks nre mdre plentiful now in the vomtty of Irviugtou than they have teen for twenty years i j An Evidence of ProsperityI An ascollent evdenoo of the present nrosnerity of the country is time serkua siiurtu o of freight cum time ruilroiidu not being able to handle time buainets flerwl thou So tar as western rIi nanothathas Leon handled Inn inauner satisfac tory to shippers tnd railroads tho supply of grniu wits has been meager Time utllinnla of the Vailroiids are not In olined to talk on tho stiject of shortttga of oars but time fact remains that hurt dreds of curs could bo put to good use rf they wore forthcoming Too Small In Obey When a certain couple were mnrrlml till wife was sixteen yours old and blx and buxoiii The husband rerun two yearn hcrsenlor but slim to tlilnntr and not up tn tho nvcrnjre In height Ten yenta pushed and tin couple go iilons as well as ninny couple do bn them wife teas hurl to miumx1 Will the flight of time slue IKKHIIIC Isirxer while tier theoretical lord nod tmiHtor added not nu Inch to his gtntmv nor tn outlet to his weight One duty ire wnn1 od her to lo sniiKtliliig and she r fused at Hrst ipiletly then v r n and Orally explosively Ill not du iIt sit dwInreU and Id llko to see yoi make me Mir Mnrlii expottiiiittd hI In braid lieu you tnnrrted mo didnt you promise to obey meV- II did she tvplleil Then sizing nI Ills diminutive proportion sin added nut I Kxpwtcil youll grow rlCllhunhh There mire lump 10011 rwinoiw nddum by th me who favor the olnim of Un cohmlne as a national flower The colors if the wild varltloH Lure red white cud blue The Ouwrr Is pun Ily American ijlllte wiihNprviid hardy frrnivful bwiutlful The petals Lure perfect lllwty cap rvciwd they ore ImrnJi ieof plenty ColuniMnc uomes from the Latin oliuulm n dove the piaceful derivation of the word aeotrs well with our national pulley time until also reenlln Columbus the great navigator rind discoverer The llorer nlao lends Itself well to n lOn ventional architectural decoration OASTOacABear the 118 Kind You ilm Atwufs Bough elgaataroof 4 U Setting out Shade Trees Shade trees have been set out around Dr F L Llghtfoots residence and tho lot at the corner of High and First streets Pnrt of these improve ments have been made in till burned residence portion of town If other property owners will follow tho example of Mrs Jordoii amid Dr Lightfoot the streets in tho revtdmmoe portion will be shaded as they were bolero the tire Ii DeH MOORMAN Attorney al Law- IIARDINSBUR1 KY Will prnctleo his lrot1ItOll In all of the Courts of nreckeuriK und adjoining onun Ittfii duticUl attontlun given to collortlna tutul oases must crimInal prlwlleu IIcunso to ordettea In United States District Courts UUlo over Sank A llunllusbnrx Order to Pay Taxes Order 1ms been entered in United States court at Owenaboro authorizing H NHmleou to pay tuxes on the Cu tral Clay Product cotnpnnya bricl yard in this city and to take a first Ilea on trIO property for that amount OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your klanevs once every three minutes The kidneys are your blood purifiers they Ill ter out the waste or Impurities In the blocd If they are sick or out of order they fall to do I their work Pains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess cf uric acid In the negloctedkltJney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart IIs overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases nave their beginning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mlstike by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cas sand Is sold on Its merits frA7 by all druggists In fifty fi w cent and onedollar clzK fit es You may have n 13 sample bottle by mall Home of 8 kmr nnot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention tills paper when wIlling Dr Kllmei St Co Binghamton N Y Dint rriuki any mlxtiiUu hut romomler the name SWmtmp Itbut Ur Rtlimere Swum11 ItOOl lllll tuu address Binghamton N y on ovcryibottle ov7 f y t l e- r t RQxoeOxQ WHO ZftNNOT BE CUREDrs I Backed up by over third of century of remarkable and uniform cures record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to woolen ever attained the proprietors and 5ooillFalling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Their financial responsibility is well known to every newspaper publisher and druggist in the United States with most of whom they have done business for over a third ofa century From this fact it will readily he seen how utterly foolish it would be for them to make the i ttve un precedentedand remarkable offer if they were not basing their offer on curative means having an unparalleled record No other medicine than Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription could possibly winyout as the saying goes on such a proposition But they know whereof they speak They have the most remarkable record of cures made by this worldfamed remedy ever placed to the credit of any preparation especially designed for the cure of womans peculiar ailments This wonderful remedy therefore stands absolutely alone as the 0111one possessed of such unrivaled curative properties as fully warrant its makers in publishing the remarkable offer above made in the utmost good faith 1 I 3000 FORfQT rind also of time writers of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly thus proving their genuineness and the superiority of these uicdidties I11bctow I IWORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Proprietors BUFFALO N Y Miss ROirRHACfC who lives at No 73 Amsterdam Ave New 1oik City and is Treasurer the Iranians Progressive Union wrote the following story of Her experience I nm ntified that half the doctors do not know what really ails their patieutfl while you have carefully studied the needs of the sick find wornout and have kilfully prepared a reliable remedy which will cure in a short time Two years ago I began to feel rundown the extreme heat of the summer nearly prostrated me aud when fall came I tip anew time iwrdens of life I had- hosdachrirtckacheamid was very nervous scarcely able to tryDrthe result Within a week I was sleeping splendidly Con tinned using the Iavorite Prescription fur eight weeks and then stopped for I wns perfectly veil Ever since then your medicine has been my Favorite Prescription too I trulyToRuhr bach tremble doctors became troubles TO PRESERVE HEALTH BE71UTY Im told In Plorccs Gammon Sonsc Medical Tltlvlscr is PRIES Por paper covcrod copy sOlid onccent stamps to cover mailing ONLY cloth binding stamps Tlddrcsss Dr PIBRE N Y h AME- RICASBFST Editorially Fearless Consistently republican News front all of the world Well written original stories A tuwora to queriuH Articles on Health the Home New Hooks and ou Work About the farm and harden Weekly Inter Ocean Is n member of the Associated Irnc s die only Western Newap + per receiving the entire telegraphic utrws service of the New Y ik Sun and special cable of UO New York World daily reports from over 2NK special corrtSoudenls throughout tile country ONE DOLLAR Subscribe for Breckonridifo News and The Weekly Inter Ocean one Your both papers for SI1 bU rilE MECHANICS BANK OWENS ORO KY Pay interest on Time Depolh HI ollOrtS 5 per cent one year per cent 6 months Seal us n check and in return we wit sate a Time Deposit note and nail you for time Hnoinit Stockholders are Hwlile fur all they are earth Ird St Opposite Court Mouse BooII POINDEXTER Cashier IHOLIDAY GOODS wntehes mugs IIIUIIItISllvorwiiro cud t Kiiliilile iinMiiis ut must reiiMiiiNlilo paces JI UheiiiXst plnro I tlio city Feud for our large Illus trated riitulu ue in 111111 I HUII C WISEMAN SON mI d i lkD Inr1 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ilun yyour Lands write youi Dtieds and ttiko tho acknowledgement at your home This wren you and cost j Your Patronage Solicited Address mo Hardinsburg KyOtt 4 tS 4 H 1 n a a et IIofI Miss CARRIE SPRKCfKR of 3foini Miit IllsI writes Dr R V Pierc uj1I0IS I was back In my old home when your litter oime I will try and explain n R irdiiiK good I received fmm your medicines For over one war 1 suffered froth chat my physician pronounced womb Ilul doctored with in the Hast and alo in the West tint f uiid only temporary relief The next time of ickiK I found myself no better and in thit way it kept going on from time to time until I discounted I finally rr rived to write you for advice J purchased two bottles of 1 Pi Pierces Favorite Prescription two viaU of his Pleasant r IKta aud- by using only that small quantity I have found wonderful relief I say to who are utli ring from similar to mine that It is unnecessary to be sick when cue eau use Dr Pierce remedllsII n HOW 71NJ Dr It a 21 Si R V Buffalo on The YEAR 4 for M trouble nt the my all V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLanPUBLIC Mnny yetirs experience in f rtthing ostntos All colk tjnes t I onablo Clovcrport Kentucky J L MOORMAN DENTIST Ottlee sire Uelzes Ilurdwurv Store Prompt attention Itn al tires tf Pum- aknrL Special allcnlion to PINE GOLD FILLINGS AND R OWN and BRIDGE WORK rices Moderate Satisfzelitn Gtannieec u u 096QOt3000CS Q SaC3=e8C0GeA1 I o MAGAZINES i o 0 p For less than w 8 Half Price 0n u 69 BACK NUMBERS 8 0 Itlafk Cut 3 for Scem ItrotidwHV Mnxmlno Sc 0 4cDI 0 Luillfk llumeliiiirnul 0Aturrb4c AtI 4cN0 CIg1 4ca4t i litErylliclltieiilor 8 7cG = == == == g- II The retail price of a singlesalnumber uf any nt the a naguzlnea lla 10 andabuveIp = = = Ar Mail Orders will be Iii cdIm if Postage is Sent IC Q 5JNOi =iD BABBAGE jAj- AODDO3ti93COCtJ3u t1r0e9J196190- GEO Ht CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance BtHt policies for least ttioney in Lift I rare Turiuuln and Accident In urn- ncBrandenburfIy M If1r r u Cloverport Planing Mill QRUGORY CO Prop LUMBER IOR SASH QUMD0 DOOR AND WINDOW SCRrKN SHINGLES LATHS LIME BRICK CEMENT ROCPIHT I oI1f X1titSlStkltitW 1i at + v F f dtltZt7Utltxat fir st e i COLOSSI RATS sear Iff sI- S VrrJ 4sx I et nit Oae half rate plus two dollars from ie Saint Louis Kansas City and Mom =j phis to points i- nMISSOUR1 = I I = ARKANSAS jjjj- jjjj INDIAN TERRITORY jj OKLAHOMA x TEXAS = LOUISIANA I- y a = This rate iis in effect en the Ont and j 9 third Tuesday + of cab month Full sJ y information famishedI upon appliesI a jj tion to any passenger ft ant of the company or ta t x PASSENGER TRAFRC BEPARTMEffT ass us Frliico BVtitcmsf f Saint LouIs ti ti lrt al1 Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive 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 Ravenswood W VI Gays yearsKodolI tor IbabyKodol Digests What You Eat j Dottle only J 1 00 Size holdlnc 2H times the trial site which sells for 50 sofas t Prepared by E 0 DeWITT 4 00 OHIOAQO 1 Sold by all Druggists l 1 l to + 4 or a M1aH 1 FAQ ti BRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D ondVG BABBAGE Bdltori and Proprietor r Issued Every Wednesday u Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS OTer floe lines charged IT at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of S inu oer line Money In advance Einmlnn the luhol on your paper If It Is not correct pkusoI imtlfy us When ur rlilu change In 1the address subscribers should RIVO their old as well us the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 0 1003 Dr Milton Board of Hardinsburg it is announced will get the appoint ment of Superintendent of the HopI kinsville Asylum This comes as a i reward for services rendered and the News is glad of IIt When a man does good work he should be rewarded Ifii the Doctor makes as good a Superin tendent which we have every reason to beleive he will as ho has a partyI manager the Asylum will be well taken care of We dont admire the Dcox H method iu politics but it is to beI hoped that he will get on a higher plain when it comes to running a state institution This he will do we are sure for he is capable and com petpnt His appointment will meetI with universal approval by his friends and Democrats in this countyI This is the second time this place has been filled by Breckenridge county men and beta of them from Har dinsburg Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J F Cheney Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known J F Cheney for the last 15 years and 1 believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West R Truax Wholesale Druggists ToledoO Walding Kaman Mar vin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Care taken internal y acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75o per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonial free Halls Family Pills are the bes- tBRANDENBURG Gough Worland have a beaut iful and uptodate selection of holiday goodsGongh Worlands drug store is full of carefully selected Christmas goodsMrs George Woolfork baa returned from Louisville to be with her par ents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis until after Christmas The Rev T L Crandell is delivering a series of sermon on the com mandments or the discipline of the churchMrs Crandall returned Monday from a vist to her parents Mrs E L Hapan entertained the Ladies Guild last Thursday TThe Christmas Dinner In spite of the fact that the wor dyspepsia means literal bad cook 1 will not be fair for many to lay th blame on the cook if they begin the ChrUtmasDinner with little appetite and end it with distress or nausea It may sot be fair for stay to do that le us hope so for the sane of the COOK The disease dyspepsia indicates a bad stomach that is n weak stomach rath er than a bad cook and foi a weaic stomach there is nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsaparilla It gives the stomach vigor and tone cures dyspepI pin creates appetite and lug the pleasure it should be Supervisor of Tax Book Hardlnsburg Ky Deo 8Spe cial The Hon Green W Beard t Eugene Haynes cf Cloverport W Scott Cart of Union Star Joh Alexander of Buras and D N How ard of Rockvale have been appointed Supervisors of the Tax Book for theI year 1004 Judge Matthias Miller made the or ier at the last term of th I county court They will meet at theI court house on the first Monday iin January and pass upon the list of every tax payer in the county The Board will probably be in session twelve or fourteen days CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- plgaattuo of p w kip little Coniev Tilford As the public press bad nothing to say about the long illness and death of this little boy I still write this tribute to his memory as much as to the friends of Mr Tilford along the Branch and main line of the L H and St L railroad as to little Conleys relatives Jrsse Conley Tilford was the oldest son cf J J and M K Tilford He was born March 7 1887 and died March 14 1001 of spinal affection at the age of fourteen Twelve of these years he was afflicted with that painful disease which terminated his young life From a small child he was remarkably fond of military display He delighted to see the glittering uniforms of the soldiers and iothing pleased him better than for a military man to i5ItI him in full uniform and to hear an old soldier tlllk of the battles ot his youth and those that had read it were reminded of the poem of the farmers son who Horn to wear a uniform Hear drums and sew u buttle He liked the music of the snare drum and the Grand Army men used to please ihim with music on that instrumentI For some years be was a prominent person in his handcarriage on the streets of FOr lsvllle and during theI SpanishAmerican war to please himI his father bought him a uniform on theII order of the fatigue uniform of a soldier I of the United States army at that time But this was too tame clothing for him ffor what he wanted was a full uniform like that of the commander of the Grand Army Post at FOrlsv11leo At that time young as he was he didnt ttalk like a boy but like a well informed man on the general topics of the times I He was of an even temper of mind I uud during the years I knew him I inever saw him other than in n good I humor and I never saw him relax from ithat stun dignity ofa strong and com mandingi mind To the many who stopped to speak to him as he sat in lis carriage on the public thoroughfares he answered their questions politely and always said that he thought his health was improving Months before his death he was confined to his room and though gradually growing weaker his mind was as strong as in good health To note the passing events of the day he had his bed moved to a front window where he saw all that passed and at night his notes of the days oc currences were like they had been col lected for the public press He was well posted on all public affairs and his bed was nearly covered with the latest pa persHe was tond of military paintings and portraits of inilitaiy men were taken to his room and hung on the walls where he could see them At times he would tell his visitors some interesting event and at otbers he would whistle ns merrily as a farmer at work in his field and in this manner he lived till the last moments of bis life and was conscious when tbe summons came All that medical skill fond parents and kind friends could do for him was done all of which he appeared thankful for He died on that awful night to the people of Clorerportand as he breathed Ids last the northern horizon was lit up with the glare of the burning of their beautiful little city Though little Conley as he was calledwas fourteen years old be was hardly as large as a boy of half that pge He was very emaciated and there is no doubt that his strong spirit which contended so long with his fatal disease prolonged his life for a number of years His funeral was the most impressive ever witnessed in Fordsville Conductor Tilford his father spared no means to have his little sons funeral as imposing as he had been esteemed when ordodr heartte theebest to he obtained at that time aud-I paI thetic and as the countless throng werte reminded of the following lines of Dr Watts hymn Unveil thy bosom faithful lamb trustAndTo slumber In the silent dust The remains were laid in a brick vault the brick being the best article of Cloverport brick and the vault was made watertight with hydraulic cement Little Conleys grave is but a few steps from the entrance of the Fords vllle Cemetery and near the tall monu ment of John M Johnson His gnve is marked by a beautiful monumentt BnKeith Son of Cloverport These gentlemen spared neither labor or means to make it a firstclass job of workman ship worthy of the noble young spirit baseeof the monument is from Bedford Ind The die is Vermont blue granite and the roll at the top is of Scotch red granite imported by the Messrs Keith from Scotland The cylinder or roll ronI tains but one word Tilfordwhile the die has this inscription Jesse Con ley son of J J and M E Tilford born March 7 1887 died March 14 1001 He lived the life ofI good soldier brave and true hail Conley lived to manhood and1 his health been equal to the strength of his mind he would have no doubt made a soldier in the front ranks of the Amer can nnny but a wise and good Provi f dence decreed it otherwise and his young spirit only surrendered to that last foe which the bravestof the brave can not subdue The presents which was given to Con Icy during his sickness were many and consist of books paintings photograph cards and buttons puzzles knives and other novelties and his father will have them catalogued and placed in a cabinet on the order ot a museum of sacred relicsMr and Mrs Tilford not only wish their many friends at Fordsvllle and its community to accept their lusting thanks for their friendlyI visits and aid during the long illness and death of their little son but the railroad people and their ninny friends along the branch and main line for their condoling sympathy during their long and sad bereavement EDWIN FORIIES Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable Otto of the urIpe scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Spedi ficoSoon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches 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 Pleaolt 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 Airite A R Fisher Cloverort Ky FORDSVILLE Mrs C B Whitler is ill Miss Jess Westerfield was in Owens horo Monday Dr J E Barnhlll has returned from Lei tchfield Harry Conniff has returned to his home in Louisville Miss Lon Moorman is visiting her sister Mrs rider Miss Flora Haynes cf Owensboro is visiting Mrs J W Maddox Walter Fant of Clarkson Ky is the guest of his aunt Mrs Cooper Miss Flora Tilford is expected home from Lorett college for the holidays Mr and Mrs H E Smith of LoitchUeH are the guests of relatives hereMrs S H Durbin lectured at the Christian church on Love Courtsbi p MarriageCoot of Louisville spending HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO How about the West or Southwest IF TO TIlE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WilY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER TIlE HEN DERSON ROUTE 1 You cant get better service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND TILE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOG NIZED AS TIE OFFI CIAL ROUTE FoR COM FOR TABLE TRAVJ5L BETWEEN KENTUKV POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Got the Hend6rsbn Route habit- ROUNDTRIP HOME SEEKERS AND ONE WAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us first LJIRWIN O EO L O A RRETT- GtK1 PussRf Ajrt Tray IassRr Afit LOUISVILLE KY r I r l t his week with Mr and Mrs Lee MontgomeryMr Mrs LeeI Montgomery and little Catherine were in Owens bore Tuesday Mrs Will Rnleyof Louisville spent peveral days with Dr and yrs J W McCarty Miss Dora Holderman leaves Tuesday for Tucsjn Arizona where she will make nor future borne Daniel MoNamarra has returned to Lonslana after i oiug entertained two days by Mr and Mrs J L Davluon A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred ether accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everbody to have a reliable Salve handyand theres none as good as Buoklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly tinder Its soothing effect 25c atShort Haynes Drug Store To My Patrons I will be away several months tak ing a special course In surgerv Any one wishing to make payments on their account will please settle with Short Haynes who have tny books My address will be 2708 Dayton St St Louts Mo care St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons Write me if I can be of any service to yon- Respectfully F L Lightfoot READ THIS 1UOlDrDearSirIHalls Great Discovery for Kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering froir kidney and bladder trouble RespectfullyJ A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregnlanties of the kidnevs and bladder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnlldren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottleI is two munths treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W HaUsolo manufacturer P O Box 620 St Luis Mo Send tor testi monials Inld by 911 druggists Office 2031 Olive street 0 JJ tIit W I HONEST MIKE BOOT BUELLS 1 We sell EDELENSgrand old Honest Mike Boot 3 Twenty years practical test crown it lUNG OF ALL The stock in the Mike is tanned under the old i fashioned long time cold liquor process rendering it soft tough and water turning CALL AND SEE MIKE FRAIZEIAwrw Lient D R Murray left Monday I to attend the inauguration of Uov Beckham at Frankfort Tuesday Avoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals the morn brane Elys Cream Blam is such a remedy and cures Catarrh easily and pleasantly Cold in the head vanishes quickly Price 50 cents at druggists or by mall- Catarrh causes difficulty in speak ing and to a great extent loss of hearing By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased voile and hearing have greatly improved J W Davidson Atty at Law Monmouth Il- lCorrect Dress for Men I If we make your unit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR I I INO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J IHI Hunsche With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Four Fast Trains Chicago To St Paul Minneapolis Via Chicago a NorthWestern Ry Leave Chicago 9oo A MI 630 P M NorthWestern Limited electric light ed throughout 1000 P M and 300 A N Past schedules luxurious equip went dining car service unequaled For tickets rates and sleet ing car re servatious apply to your nearest ticket agent or address N M BRKEZE 433 Vine Street Cincinnati 0 Cloverport Kyrqsl7tl7ie Beautiful Homes A need Keiskargr FurnitureWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished In this andother states Ours i s the LEADING FURNITURIt STORE InLouisviLLE and the SOUTH WONT YOU BECOME ONE iI J rOF OUR Customers w FURNITURE makes an Ideal CHRISTMAS GIFT No 586 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS t lK TRADE MAMatt Anyone eendlnal a sketeb and description myq- uickly uoertalu our opinion w ether an Invention re t+ mmunlaK Mfr Md est fey fore on t1ia- tenn cotaken throb Mann R recelve Ifteiol noUte without charge In tho s Scientific JlmcrRan elrtA handioraely Illustrated weeklr Largest caution or any clentlflo journal Terms SI a f newidealeraN I 1V W N rvJ a LISTEN 11ff Get your friend a Christmas present one that he or she WI l preciate by going to the Jewelry house of Lewis Ball everything is i there They are glad when you call buy or not buy make yourself at home 1 1 A Fresh and Bran New Line of all The Latest and Fashionable Stick Pins Brooches Buttons Chains LockI1 I tiSpectaclesI tars Violins Mandolins Banjos Accordeons I Harps of all kinds come select your choice everything guaranteed Any engraving you desire done free Firstclass repairing oif alljkinds at bottom prices i LEWIS BALL Jewelers and Opticians y Ha rdirvslmrg Kervtucky w jfl A It f 5 q r s l k Tims PillsI 4 FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole producesSICK m Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUfTS proveTake The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBERS 1903 Mrs Virgil Hardin of Holt was in the city Saturday See the new things In wall papa r just received atT F Sawyers Have your wall paper put on right Its just as cheap Call on T F Sawyer t T F Sawyer hue sold his barge to forlf200Henry Radigan and Walter Hafele of Cannelton werA in the city Sun dayA H Murray returned Saturday from a business trip to Huntington WVa Dr AMJoplinour special optician will bo here December 18 Short I 1 HaynesThe city council met Monday night but no business of importance was transactedMiss White entertained Thursday evening to an interesting guessing party H L Staderq father and his broth er Will of Vine Grove are visiting him this weeK The applicants for a local company of militia will be musterod in at the city hall next Saturday Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden and i MIBS Carrie Tucker attended the dance at Cannelton Saturday night W E Riddle fireman on the Hen derson Route passtd the examination for engineer at Louisville last week Misses Eva and Eliza May have re turned from Rocaport Ind where they were the guests of Mrs Mary Ella Gabbert Miss Marian Bowmer left Thursday t to spend the winter with her sister Mrs 0 K Mlnary of Springfield Ill and Mrs Hugh Atkinson of Chicag i Mrs W R Embry returned Sunday from OwenMwiro where sue was the zguest of der sister Mrs J H Carson She was accompanied by her niece6 f Mies Lora Carson who will be her guest until Christmas- Dr J T Millei and daughter Helena of Hartford ware in the city Thursday the guests oi Mr and Mrc Ueo Short and his daughter Miss Irene Miller who is attending the Cloverport High School t Sick f BloodFeed EmulsionWe not need to give all the reasons why Scotts r Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy j stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their teens are permanently cured jjof the peculiar disease of the blood vich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous 1tness by regular treatment withrScotts EmuteigQer t andti of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to und a SImple to any sufferer Re sure that tfili picture In the torn ot a label It on the of every bottle el Emulsion you buy SCOTT tit BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York r Try Judson Coombs bath ro3m for a refreshmentSee portrait oilenlur for New Year at Mattinglys gallery rNew designs and olors in wall pa per made in advance for spring are coming in all the time atToF Saw yers We received 200 sacks of flour yes terday Wo can maku you a close price on it Call and see us before a nother advimce Bubbage Son hire Chas K Minary of Spring field Ill and little son William who have been the guests ol her parents Mr and Mr W H B wicer returned home Thursday evening accompanied by Mr Minary who was here Thursday A Reasonable Analysis of Disease To restore anatomical abnormalities to the normal und to harmonize phy siological discord is the scope of Osteo pathy and nc system or scheme of treatment can attempt to do more Viewed in this light it is not so hard to understand how scientific mani pulations of the body tissues can cure- diseasethey restore anatomical order first whereupon Nature harmonizes the functional discord in a word cures Baptist Call a Minister Tne Baptists of this city have called Rev S O Christian of Ashland Ky to tare charge of their church Rev Christian Is a brother ofM jj Christian of this city and pastor of the Pollard Memorial church at Ash land Stops tbe Cough and Works till the Cold Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure No pay Price 23c David R Murray Resigns Frankfort Ky Dec 7Col David R Murray on Saturday render ed his resignation as Adjutant lien oral to take effect December 9 The resignation was accepted by the Gov ernor and the tint appoin tment of his new administration will be that GeneraljColGeneral Col Halys sncce 6or has been selected His appointment will not be announced for several weeds yet probably not until after January 1 next LonerStar State Down in Tex at Yoaknm is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Haller is the head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a frrend who was with him in the palace car Here taKe one of these Li tie Early Risers upon retiring and you will be up earlv in the morning foiling good For the dark brown taste headache andjbat logy feeling DeWitte Little Early Risers are the best pills to use Sole byAll Drng Co HARD1NSBURQ Quarterly Court convenes next Monday Dr F M Smith of Cloverport was in town Thursday- Dr J H Hart of McDaniele was in in town Monday Exsheriff Ken Rhodes of McDan iels was in the city lust Monday Richard Bennett and HM Klrtlev of Dig Spring were in town Monday James Lewis is at home from Louisville until after the Xmas holi daysMiss Ella Lewis Botte of Glasgow was the guest of MUs Lytle Ford last weekCharles BIMiller and Joel H Pile are making out the assessors boor for the year 1004 The Rev W H Calvert is assist ing in conducting a revival at Will lamsbnrg Kv- EzraGalloway of the HudFonville neighoornoodIwas in the city Monday on a business trip The Rev W F Hogard filled his regular appointment at the M E church South Sunday Judge Matthias Miller will leave toduy on a visit to relatives in Han cook and Daviesacounties Thomas Brodie of Cheuanlt was here Saturday on n visIt to his mother He ehogtj remote to Missouri IlavisnodRlohardl week after artenday8l trip through IllinoisJ 1 iValker Pate oldest son of Mr and Mrs S7A Pate who has bern ser Iously sicK for several days is improved at thU wriling Mr andjMrs Malvin Bean outer talnedrtheirniembers of the firm of B F Beard Co and its employes to dinner Monday evening Clayton Beard has returned home from Missouri where be went to visltlhis brother who was dangerous ly sick but has now recovered Masers Clint Lewis S A Pate and A X Kinoheloe have been ap pointed by the town council as a Board of Supervisors to revise the town tax list H f a I ITHIS REMEDYIs GIV- ESatisfaction Ells Cream Balm Cites Relief at once sootlwsllnelcased membrane It CATARRH ITiruPPdrivesa In the Gaud qulchly It Is absorbed Meals theSmullELY A1 Newsoms COLUMN N w niy friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to temptatiun some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three tittles I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property stHtOOONo2000No1000No1000No800No8800NoHODNo500No500No500Noll600No400No0No300No300No6300No300No300No5NoS50No250No300Jio232rONo220No200NoStl200NoS7175No28175NoK123NoSNo150No75NoItiONo3475No75NoStl150No250No175No39150No250No4lbooNo4iCOONo300No275No300No400No375No300NoORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stono powerEclipsewill dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making gpod roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to rein a saw mill Come to It L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments and other writings done up literuryformpapors fore any legal tribunal lubIicforAttention to the making out and certifying of Pension Certificates Union prayer meeting was held in the Baptist church Sunday evening R O Willis conducted the services ant Mesrs M L Christian und John Burn made talks To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the money If It tails to cure E W Orves signature ism each box rv Rev Russel Injured Big Spring Ky Dec 8Special Rev Russells horse stumbled with him last week and fell on him Rev RUBSP sustained a nprained wrist broken bones in the hand and one lower limb was severely bruised He has been confined to hit room for the past weeK LaxatiV Srom OttitlilteI- uresaColdlnOne Day p 2Days t3 71 oaevery Yplu 0 box 25c L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 40 Dally Fast Train loaves Clovcrport 507 A AI Stops lit West Point only arriv es nt Louisville 715 A M No 42 Tully Mull and Express lcares 010 stopaatullwaystationsarrives No 44 Dully Mull and Express leaves 010 veruort 443 PM stops at all way statlonsqz cepi Pierce Arrive Loulsvlllo TilO IV M VESTo ROUNID Expressleave MIppottsvlllelfasketaNo 43 Eviinsrllle Mull and Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops at allI way sta tlons Arrives nt Kvunsvlllo 1030 P IINo 43 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo PMarrives Evansvlllc 10 Averport1046t 0 A M stops at Jlawesvlllo- Owensboro and Henderson only No 47 Olovcrport Accommodation Dally leaves Clororport at 000 am Stops at al mReturningarrIves at Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 mako connection at Irvington for Fordsvllleovery day except Sunday Trains 41f 43 and 44 make con auction on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruoth coaches on trains 41 44 45 and 48 Parlor curs on trains 41 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 48 Free andLt r3- r u lI Y tof6t f Wants f 7hAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week rot SALEHAY Foil SArE40 tons clover hay DAN Holt Ky Ion SAMSGASOLIN- EFail SALE Gasoline Ut till IlllKCKENKIDOE cS ounce WANTEDIIOUSEUIHL- X ANTED A good whit girl to do homo work for small family good waxes and it- pood home for till right Klrl Address Slits i T Cox Ekron Ky WANTED WANTEIITruSLWUrlhy Lady or Uentlr manage In this county and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing J2000 straight cusp salary und expenses puld meta Monday direct from bend nnrters Expense money ad vanced position nermnntMit Address Man ager Can Motion llldg Chlcug- ovANTEOSIE I I lJANTEI500 men lto smoke Standard Cub Cigars For sale nt all cigar stands Strictly union made goods port SALE SALEPatlou trick CIIAS nomEiiAgent 1 tOtt SALE FOR SALEFarm of 230 acres four miles BigSpringSpring road Largo twostory frame house In good repair Rood burn crib etc ten es In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stock water Also present crp of corn tobacco etc some stock and farming Imple menus For Further Information apply to D II Witt UowloyTllle Ky or Robert E Woods Loulsvlllo Ky FOrt SALE 7 A head Shorthorn ard Polled Durham cows and heifers To reduce my herd wilt sell any of above cattle very low They are all first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham hulls 15 months old weight 1000 Ibs price 150 L areenFalUof Kougli Ky n MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Insurance lolicles bought for cash or II ell on at low rates Call on or write toJNO 1 HASWELL Ju Attorney at law Jlardlnslmrg Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting mllchlnes lot of good Laundry machines Also now and sernnd hand Ills rind Gasoline I Enulnes MARTIN OAHIE 51 U 3rd Street Louisville K- yBerkshire and B Pt Rocks FOR SALE Large English Berkshire Thugs and llarred Plymouth Rock Chickens Men Holt W47 EltllInJOHN P FOSTER No Creek Ohio CoKv SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of a rendition exponn No 1501 directed to me which Issued from the clerks office of llrcckeuridge Circuit Court In favor of U K Heard do Co against Common School District No to ka I or one of ray dputlej will on Monday the 28th day of IHcemlter ISKKJ between the hours of U oclock a m and oclock p m at the courthouse door In IIurdlusburK Ky expose 10 public sale to tilt highest bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt Interest und costs towit tOHAcertalu tract ot laud lying In ilrecken rldlo county State of Kentucky bounded as lollows Beginning at Vhltwortli und Barnes corutr In Skates Inc thence E 21 511 poles to a stone In Gregorys line thence S 7H poles thence 10S1 511 poles to a atone tin Whitworth and Barnes ihe thence 734 poles to rhu lleltlnnln containing one acre more or less and Is the same land con veyed by Isaac Whltworth and wife to the Trustees of District No 00 and their sue sessorv by deed dated 27th day 6f Juno 1KW Recorded in deed oook No 51 pago4l2 Also one ktove21 benches and one desk property of School i3Islrict Nu 10 Ilreckenrldgscoun trKentuery levIed upon as the property of Common District No to Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the rule of o per cent per annum from day of sale and uvlni thu force and evln bond F IPAYNLFSheriff C Hy II M Heard D 6 Farming in the South The lasseng r Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company Is 1 Usulrii monthly circulars concerning fruit vegetable iriirdenlmr stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tunnes wj Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Home eeker who will forward Ills name and address to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive std others as they aro published from month to month I IiIIi I i ii Method of feeding people presents itself in the manner below GOFF MAYS Home Restaurant lunches and nienls are prepared by an expert chef so well that even the d lntiestiiappetites relish them t When you arrive In or leave the 2 i mornIIng MENU Hum or Steak Bread lOc Hang or Steak Eggs CoffeeUread15c Potatoes Steak or Ham Eggs Coffee Dread Pickles 20ctHam or Steak Vegeta lea fCoffee Bread Pies Cakes 25c Parents Once Lived Here Congressman 0111 e M James of the First district and Miss Ruth Thomas n typical Southern beauty both o Marion were married in that city last Wednesday morning Miss Thomas Is the daughter of Rev and Mrs R Y Thomas who formerly resided in Cloverport I r r w HlP 44 u Keep Your Eye on the Christmas Store i I I Santa Claus II I i Will be Here in all His Glory JCNOLTEBROMASONIC CLOVERPORT KY N M R CdickaMilling Co IGRANDVIEW IND ts CLOSEPRICES Prevail Continually W- ithBABBAGE SON u l Wo want your trade but do not expect it unless we keep our prices utthe lowest notch Look at our values below and see how we arc after your patronage Wo wish to impress tho fact that these are every day prices with us and not mere advertising catches n 4 liars Soap forSC1 9 forSC1 forSC1 forSC1 QShoes1 00Shoes1 Pair for Misses Shoes75c 1 Mans lint for 50a 1 Pair Gloves for 1 0C A hirtlineof Ladies Kcady toWcar Skirts just received Our Christmas Goods will ho opened this week and AVO carry the greatest Ilino of tiny house in tho city- BABBAGE SON CLOVERPORT KY Mr and Mrs David Fairlelgh andd children Addle David and LaRoe of Louisville were the guests of Mrs J3 D Babbage Sunday I c 1 1 Which Flour is Best for your baking a flour of little reputation or a flour of twenty years test by the public made from wheat purchased from the fainter direct nnd only the finest of it bought and milled This is the process by which Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is produced Your grocer sells it Made only by AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA I Public Sale3 I will sell at Public Sale on 4 3 Monday Dec 28 E 2 at my place tho pikeEE 2 Deavin farm near the all my household und Kitchen E Furniture Farming IIJIt plctnents Stock and Feed consisting of 3 head of Horses E 13and 1 Mule 1 ISIilch Cow 4 J Hogs 400 bushels Corn J 5 2 tons llay- Farming J 3 Implements E 2 1 Buggy 1 twohorse Wagon EE- a and other iniplenionts Id = TEn IS OF SALE All 4 EcashE 3 amount 112 months time with approved security U uu 13 W HI Peniberton C- vyyyyyyyVYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYY + IGOOD i Tender Meat iiIs a in bodily winter necessity time I nU- I m P- ii Cheating the body of iits necessities is i I Criminal Negligence I Dont be a Criminal = = =11 I can sell you good tender me- atFret v v May City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY H t I 1 L r V z i A Ifl II U 11 I 3 v t WIH i Arw miKyfcfa tftfo 1o 7 j J IIWEII or T t4 + 4 + i + T STROLLERS i t By FREDERIC S ISHAM 1 tAuthor of Under the Rose + 4 t CorM 192 ty lilt COWlNAItRHU COMPANY i+ ++ + + + lID apIjI hi thin picturesque Mi L Ish nttit fivtn the ludy of tin lii vltlj tIlt i iiittMi cap of 111111 ami- l1t ItS Ilvl Hi StVlllT- 4ililTin li thit htivl within show fttinl IXT IMs proni i y it Inrkd In Use Turners of i r iiiiitrh v rr nritIV IdlViwed 1 nn i 111111 H illivier fot v IIIhir 11 t111 III I SWi tffiiiI Itin1 i1 ii tto tilt tlffliTt pjis Her WMSI iiiritwion 1r of iNt If iid sir i 1111 1iiI 111 With MiiMirnl rlir ri rcviiliiI I1I1X perttil rcMilltVtSt flIti psitlioI to H r row ff vnnltV tto humility fv Bonn ID iiv iiwnkiicd rlll1111 i tlMnM ici ill t OIli very iIo K s Df tli iiiirkiiln licirt her niiv nuiiti pviflilnivl In golden fiisM- OI I k i shone In her jrliKKvii dfllunl tluiti li iviliiiiK Mly though hum lite joyous though shy llic jilsiy joKKfd 111 it blitlicHKiiio cniirsr io its wonted ind niiil tin well pi usedI iiiidlciicv uii IprIMIlua to lea iviiiii liiirti1 in a drub jarkct ninl I tiMiilsi Iriimiiil i iili green rllilion hovs 111111 fUrIIrd Iii the IoVu in tile iirrin iiid addiv seil tiie good Ijvo 1110 In till golden II ic siid the father Of Jiliinsi great ilt tiYiltcd uti s Ilk MTViillts mill ift Ihv offend d1 Ill I enrs vin cut ofl Arr we III biiv- Al Til fiUIIlllll tn Itin days VhiMI they lo sd mi titiirt in aI hkifikcl OIl gfivi It 1Mi t II hldix Sliall ve ilil flit art wliUh tis tin mM iiIt n of Ailniihin KcnitisV Tin1 lnv irlnlt our I 111l llill 101 iIIIIi idi sln lnt i it dues n i10111i iw irom Ill i In Mt 11i1I illlI il llOW i- 1wlii II ilinilvI ani humility were iil iniraMy mingled yii deem tie li btiiiT worthy of I li hire Thisi novel epliie u as riiiived Willi liillier illll l qIplalise hut tin1 Bliliire although yood naiiiivdt I i n tiiitiil itst prnhirtioi MIII timid 011111 wii MII itt lietle tilt passing phittf The reir iiaril Inn to show faint si us Of li 1111101111111I MilUVillcilpiilli to Ii f II- Ill1I nut1 eoiipritiiil a out the ethics of 111 In1i siiil lljjtly liiit tile Indies of iln iMipiinj iriv ciunt me auions their ileoiit admin trs I am are he ml I I iuuinx to Iih1 manager with re HI if tbiv were fl4 cbannlng III lr ol101I tIPI iillir Ithe lord tosiil th liHti tlnv made love to the women llnivi were no actresses In those rtisys ii orrivt1 llarnes rcaentinj tip lii iiiiiiy of his aristocratic nu aio i l irrssi s retirtid the heir I11rn v I hy iliil Hople KO to the then tei I liverI without further siii luint 10 Ian ILit 1111 lir iiiutrllnitor ji In iiiodiuiil iiil the doetor Ii all HXI Ito Itli hndlonl I lies holding up IIi l liiv i iill Its thf first tune eer- pii n 11i II KHiiiliritt lint Mir Illes 41iii the whole fuitlii I tin lililiUiTs projwt iiul till ii liie IrelUllned ill its Integrity wiii Iitiiair n property lielini t III Iii 111 iiieididI IIIIIIMI liis palace and triili MM aisles in liis Oral trunk hose Iwl 111111 flunk a royal nieudleani III u is 1lion IiIiI1I the pici s ofi11 iNu oiif shirk1 d Ills iidmis llcii tfiv and sou1 even jave In e- xts Tlie helmet terjned With rllh1- Oln i it I TuI savedi iiroUen lends nov It Ir PIM dl foken tniillies Its proper tIpi i iiaial like tin armor of Iullas- llou tnt you liUe tlu play Mr Saitii I InsprrV said Harms as he ap pr iiiiil IthitI IiKrtkn- iliiihI nid us for the players II glfatn ot humor stealing over his dill fputnres peerless was not too Strong Your nproliutioii likes me most mytt tirdI iUotodj theI mannger It Iw- Ipllccl iiiickly on with his tin pot in n t7Iiellort to evade the outstretclied iiand if his whilom lielper- Thnikiiiir tin niiilicnec for their ten Crosity and coiiipliiiientingi i them II tlielr intelligenceI ttlie self constltutei lord of the Itreiis iiiy vanished onee inore lieliiinl the InIihi The orclie tra nf two struck up a neuro mihxly tltt aiidxnee fo e Htiii i1ipli II Ill gerin I ieliiiliie their hist Iniioeent IMili alioiit prayer nneilnuI or ulMr the ministeri who knockiil Ithe theolo 1If lut fivilii the pulpit ersliiuns III tl good oldi orthodox way u IIi son LMIeuade eelalllied Ilear the room for a ihinee lernshas sliawl ttralphlviy fell from her shoulders Hannahs lioisnet t VilS tjtiTI from her liend tIIIllli1 l Jn Ancient Foe 1 To health and happiness iin Scrofula uS ugly as over since time immemorial It causee bunches in the neck lie figures the skin InlHoes the mucous membrane wasUs the nmbclea weak ens the bones nxiuccs the power of resistance to da3 end toile capacity for recovery and develops into con sumption A bunch appeared on the loft side of my neck It cuuaed great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a I tryII Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of It radically and por- etnllncntlyus they have rid thousands J 1 k 1L1 1 rrDR FENNERS I KIDNEYand Backache All diseases jlaUder MnI Dropsy Femalo TroubteeCURE Dont become discouraged Thero Is a cure for you IfI mvssuiy iIi IIlr romiri lie liun SIKMI u 1 lifo limit rurlnit jIL suitcases mis yours All oiiiiItii1 101111 Free I suffered 10 year with backache aid kit Dey trouble Triedil a great many physicians without rulief Dr Feiinwa Kidney and had ache Cure U the only Remedy that ever helped mu and after using only two bottles I feel ei tirely cured Have no pain or ach of any kind KIN ALICE JIcDONAM Omaha Neb DruggIst DOc 1 Ak for Cook UuuUFllE Fur Sale Ity Short A lluynes panned on his WilY to till ataiile yanl to bring out the tutu and a score of rll IIng hands obeyed time IInjunction nml IlaiitfhltiK PiiconrnRiMiient from timi youus women whose feet already wcr tnppins time liner In itntlelpntlon of till VlrKliiln reell Two Sisters Hulls Victory or even the waltz lately luiportm from till Ithlne A biUteretl Croinom tippeared IlikeI magic andI In his shirt ot check and tallowed hair The flddler sat In his bulrush chair 1ilkFvmIM MomileI Musis III btij feet and Monnle Musk hy htIHIold fashioned Monnle Musk with flrsi couple join right linnds and awing forward six nnd across the net nil honest dance for country folk that only lIft rllCrelll when It came to 01 night for aye to Monnle Mnnk til thouKh followed by the sltiRln of Old Hundredth or Come Yu Sin HITS Poor and Needy on time home ward Journey IIn the parlor the younger Inds nnd liiKses were playingI nnp i nil cntcli om inr slmllor Dailies The portly Dutch ilock Kuzed down henlKiily on the iciiie its tiIii shining uocxl humoredly like tha round visage of some comfort uiilei IImrgherI lireen grow the ruslu8- III I came Ifromi Imany merrymakers Kiss her quick and tit her go WHS followed Ity scampering of feet and laughter which Implied a doubt wheth er Ithe lad mid olieyed1 time next Injunc ttion Hilt dont you muss IiPr rtltlle 0 rorinlng II moving ring nroimd a youngI I t girlI ItheyI snug Theres n rwe in thei I gardeni i i fur you young man rose I indeed or a nwebiid rather with ri i his Ihe was eoiii Inc 1111191 not to muss hut which nevertheless suf fcitMl nadly Among these Ixiys and glrU time 1111 Itrooti discovered uliSti hiP no longer to the I i ri duchesH with gown In keeping withI i I the ipride and pomp ot t altcd station limit attired In time shim IpieI dressI or lavenderi l she usuallyI wore i hough the roses stillt I adorned her hair Shunning the entrancing waltz the In spiring Monnie Muski and the cotil Ion livelyvliomi sit to Christys tnelo miles sue bud sought the more juvenile eliin nt andI whenI seen by the land bur on was cln linu n round with tlnttcrliii kllIIO Joyous merry there wns no hint now la her natural girlish ways of Iii ciipiii Ity that lay within for VM rld lirpersonutlons from the llghtnigfl of ionictry to tin thrill of tragedy He did not know how It rpppued IIH he stoid tluTe watching her limit tlu next jnomert Ie was Imprisoned by time group and voices were singing There lie stand the hijoliyt Vho will have him for his iHauiyV- Who IHis eye WIlt the grout the nierry sorttntlI ylames lixcl upon tutu the joyous half iDVitiir glances the red lips paried us ill kindly iuvitiitlnii hy lips wlliiuc lips Who His look kindled He had made his s lection and Ic ivxt mo miiit his arm was Impetuously thrown around the tit ris waist KissI i her iuirk nnd let her go Amid the iiad cunfusion he strove to olwsy the coimand but a patitUig voice miirmurid No noV a pair of dark eyes gazed I into hU for an instant df tliintly anti the pliant waist slijipel foii his Impassioned gttis his eager lips iuisiiuiilit touching that glowing ilt knuily JIIIIlIml curl thai limit bt comeI loosened and before he could re ipivt till attempt ihe hall pntwed from his arms with laughing lips and eyes Play fair shouted time lads lie should kiss her ijulck and lot her go Oil lot tier go first stilt tho others Klsd her ijulck roltoratcd time boys lie cnnt now annwered time girls The volcf took up the refrain Dont you muss tIlt riiUlea O and time guiluin went on The old clock gossiped glee fully Its tongut repenting mis plainly its wordsLet hor JOrhoholOIIltwo tthrw rue oclock Admonishlugly ran out time hour till Jovial face of the lock looking sternert than was Its wont ItI glowered now like n Ipreacher In his tulplt uK n n sinful congfepitlon lKuough of snap nnd catcli cm enough of Ilulla Victory or tIme opera reel let the weary llddler descend from the Imlruali chair for soon time touch if duwn will 1m seen In tIme eastern niky The tnorryimiklng hugnn to wane and nlniidy the sound of wngon wheels rnttlnd over the log road awn Tiximi till invent Yes they were sing tug nnd as IHepslbeth leaned her head in Joslnhs shoulder they uplifted their voices In till good old orthodox hymn Come Ye Stutter for tints they courted nnd worshipedI In olden times Good night every ouel said a sweot voice as Constance passed calmly on ivlth not n ruffle mussed Good night answered the patroon a sparkle IP his eyes I was truly u woby What can you mean she laughed Theres many n slip twixtlip and llpl exclaimed Susan With heightened color the young girl 8t L turned ntul IS she did so her look rest ed on the soldier Ills glance Was cold nlmost strnnge and meeting It slut holt started omit then smiled slowlj mounting the stairs lie looked nway taut till patroon never took his eye from her until she had vanished Afar rising nUll falling on the clear nlr sounded the voices of the singers Praise God from whom all blessing How PralM him all creatures here below and flnnily softer and softer until till melody melted into silence Praise him above yo heavenly host One gond turn deserves another said Hnnies to Snlnt Prosper when Su safe and Kate lund likewise retired Follow me slrto till kitchen Xii questions but come To be continued n COMMISSIONERS SALE Bruekemidgo Circuiti Court jnmwT Slcillmnu Plalntllf vsSate Notice W 1 Turmn c Defendants I IJy virtue nf n ludgment and order I of smile of the CreckenridKo Circuit Court rentlerHd at the October term thereof I1001 in time above cause for time sum of 011708 with interest there on at tho rate of 0 per cent annum from October 10 1001 until paid smut nil costs IueteiiiI shut proceed to offer for ssle to time highest ind best bid dpr at pnnlic auction on the 28 day of December 11KW nt the door of Court Homo in HurdinsburK IthoI tucky nt 2 oclock p tnIIi conntv court day upon II credit of 1I and 12 monHis loan retained to secure tho payment of lilA piirchnsa inonoy tin following detcribcd property to wit Tnreo certnln tracts of land lying and eing in tin county of Urecken ridgo State of Kentucky containing total of H8 acres more or less uonnrt edIB follows First tract Trnot 1 lying on tlie waters of Sinking CreeK nnd hegin niug nt three Rinnll PSt oaks nenr a spring f n the N W Hidf of the 030 nores tract owned by John Dnwell in thH yewr IFSU thqmo S tO poles to two black oaks another corner to said 00 acres tract thence with nnother line of snuT tract 100 iwlfs to n stnke on paid line theno N SO pos to n stone In another line ot said 010 sure trnct thencn with said limo lOti poins to the beginning containing DO acres more or l0ii nnd JH time name ionvyeil to WilllHin Hall by Orrln TIiirmn nnd wfe bv deetl rtnted Ieby Ifi 18077 dt4l hook yo psgo M7N- Hwrondt tract Tract on till waters of SinKing Creek nnd beginning nt n plonocorier Io William Halls SO trAct thence N 15 W 21 polencrrMI rocK corner to till 2H acres tlienrp with a line of the mnie N 18 E 40 poles to a post ask Htiothnr cor ear to this SO nero tract tbenco N 81 1 R ills poles to two blwck jacks in Wlllln IlHrdtnP line then e with his llnr 81 poles to U post oakK n corner to thin BO cre trod thence with the line tjioreof 10 poles to tile beginninr containing BO arros more or less is the B me land conveved by H 111111 Tohiifon iinrt wife to William Hull by deml ilBtoil MHV 2 1871 Third tract Beginning at II tHke or rock in Iho lint f f TnrpinH ijt acre tract on tho North side of the rond thence with his line N 70 p los to his corner n took between pointers tnen N 115i 140 poles to n BIIIHU ti Ofik In the lino of this 20 fern sureII vey thence with 1 line thereof K 7 E10 poleu to n rock thence S Ill 14 E 20 poles to u rook corner of Hulls SO micro survey thence with his lino S 80 poles to n rock nnd nnst oukthonue with another line E 1110 poles Io n pout oak thenco V 12 polfH I to a rock on time road thence with tho road S 70 W 51 poiw to n rod Robrt Hnlls coiner thenco with Hulls smut DowollH line to tho begin fling nntaining 48 ncres more or less Deed conveying sixthl land is re ord l in droll book W psmo 81 A pproxl mutated debt Iinterest and cost t7AO Or Hiifflcient thst eat to produce time Hum of money eo ordered to bo imido Thin purchaser must Ixeontn born with approved wcurity hearing legal interest from date of stile until puld Imvinc the eifeot of n jttt1 nut Uil dors will ln prepared to comrly promptly with lhetI n terms H D H Moornmn Commissioner B O e Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against tho continual reo lommenaation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have n lung and hitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Benll of Beau Mite line to say 1 aRt fall my wife haul every symptom of con MitrptionShe took DrKitigs NewDis ovory utter everything else hail falM rmprovement cnme at once nnd four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by Short Huynes Druggist Price 50 and t1 UO Trial botlle free IL II S1 L in the Fight The LouIsvMle Hendersou amid St 0118 rnllrqnd bus taken up tho war igainst time irwnrdiiiK tgent or mud lie man in the whisky liisineca This oad nnnotiuced recently that affectIve leconiher 1 shipments of whisky in ny amount would be received for last St Louis proper ami for non prorating points west of tho Jlgfliss ippi liver nt the rate of seventeen senlH ptrIlOO pounds in wood The blanket rate which will bo mmlo for 11 shipments is twelve cents lower han time carload rates have been in the past nnd cover nil consignments from one barret to the largest train oad OASTOnXABeall thelIeKind You hate Always Bought 4Ignatnro or I L fl iii t1L Our Great Profit Sharing Contest r Prizes st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000II 11 Seven Special Prizes of Each for Early Estimates Every stibscriborHo Tin HUKCKKNIUDCK NEWS will htivcun opportunity to share in these i- inugnilicemit prizes if he wishes to participate in tho Urea Worlds Iair Contest in which these prizes are pivcn I The subject matter of this great contest is tho Total Paid Admissions during May the first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt the Worlds Fair which will open at St Louis on May 1 will be the largest fair ever held in the world and every man woman and child should bo interested in this great enterprise Conditions of this Great Contest Every subscriber who vomits 100 the regular subscription price for years subscrip tion to TUB liiiKCKKXRiDGK Nnws will receive one certificate which will secure for him any prize which his estimate s entitle him to claim When you send an your subscription also send your estimates of tho total paid admissions at the Worlds Fait during May tho first month of tho Fair Write your nitino address and estimate in the Subscription Blank below mind mail it to TIIK T3itKCKKitiiQK NEWS The contest will closo at midnight April 30th 1904 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The ollicinl record of time Secretary of the Worlds Fair thowing the total paid attendance during May tho fit month of the Fair will determine who arc entitled l ii judfsduring1 opens nil will have an equal chance to win these prize Those who estimate or guess NOW will have chance to win Special Prize and just as good chance to win tho Capital Prize of 500000 as the one who guesses on tho last day of tho contest The money to pitY tho prizes is deposited in tho Central Savings Hank Detroit Michigan and can lie nsetl fur no other purpose In cuso ofmt tie or that twoor moro estimators art equally correct prizes will bo divided equally between them HERE IS THE OF PRIZES IFur the nonrest Hirrect extlnmte or HUPS f11110 Iir tin Mioiid nttirvst rorrvl estimlite or 1Ie 2500 Fr the thlMl nearest corruct stimuli orjtuoM 1 000 Fr the fourth nearest corrtut estimate dr gUIlS 5CO Fur time rlftli nearest corroct e tloiato or RUBSS 300 Vor time iilxlh nearest correottjutlpiale or ui5100-lrthe seventh itearcht correct eNtlraate or iruess IG4I Fur tlie elfthtli lucuireat correct MtlDiatv or ituess 100 Iur tin ninth mm rust rorrvet estimate or guess 6 For the tenth tu nrt t cofrect rlhnnU argues to For the next five nearest correct estlma10 s or IfUtSIIeII CJO Iucli ISO For his next five neurent corrwt wttlmuU1 or gilussee- iti eiich 50 Fur the next 3s nearest corrwt estimate or gueSses each HO For tlie next IH hearent porreet estimate or guesses is eaili I itimi prizes immonntlng to- I IUrOO a = Valuable Information To nl l In funning your evtlumtex we furnish the following lnurvi The total psiti aduUnons daring Mny time first month of the Chtrmro Worlds lr were lOWW The total imttl adnmtsious during Mny thuflmt month of the Hulfalo IanADicrlmin Exposition were 3184150 What will tit tho totalllc1 nilniUston during MayI tho UrNt month of time St Ijoutu Worlds Pair lljruro lIt ont or Ruewi at It Iud seiut III time flRuroi Of your Kuesses It mny mean a foriiuie to you 1 he contest Will close time lily before tilt Fall opviw so that no adrantaffe Ili Kahied by di lay In IM tlmatliiK the result send the figure of your oatlmatesor guesses with your tsub rlittoii5- He caretnl to write your name figures and 0 plainly IKint fall to take advantage of the 11Speciali Prizes = of J NothliiK Mrs Onddlo I see youre going In for society line your tier Mrs Nurltch Vrll I should say not She got all them timings to order In Paris Press c 4 I1 1 IIN 4 a a a a t I1 In addition to the foregoing prizes the following I for WILL BE PAID L Ior tbe rorrect estimate received ItcfoYi Juii 16 M- IVf Ill mrent correct wtlniiiic rrcolvrd Ja li and Vtlil1 00 iIcr t m nearest correct estimate rehvdout or ufter- IVh 1 mid bvtoru Ieb tie nearest correct oBtlmHto rw lvwl on or after IlYI lf anil before Murcli I jcxi Per the nraretRurrM t ultimate received omm or uftr t March I nnd l toro March 15 jdo Fut hlllst eorrwt uotlmntc iecelvrl on or imttir larch lb anti April I joo Vbr time jHwrosl correct ostlinate rtlehcc1 on or 1I1r Ajirll I mid lioforo Aitrll ln wn t Tout 500 prizes ninouiitlng U SI5000 = Inelodlllnd to apply on tiuliccrlbtlon Aivount Nurse Iontolltce Stab My rhtlutsten of the total number of paid mlmlsMont to till World Fair during time month of Miiy lire S c r I that the Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Prizes 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to t I I One daughter made debutyt made Philadelphia BUSINESS 500 Cash S50000 LIST Prizes Early Estimates oilOrilrhrS Uforr before Subscription Blank Capital Special Breckenridge News Cloverport Kyi SendThe TheBreckenridge BreckenridgeNews Yer INCREASEYOUR 15000 IThe ffA Christmas Suggestion Tho oddest1 thiiiM arc sometimesi given nt Christinas time tilings that lose their in tei est in an hour or a lily or a week A gift that lust keeps tho fragrance of the thought that prompted it and serves to bind the CFdof friendship moro irmly A gift that comes in a now form with a now message every weak for a whole Jursuch- gift forbids forgettingII The Breckenridge News TIYitone I NOTK Tho NKWS may ho ordered sent to your friend or relative by you and she or ho will receive the litut issue after Christmas I und a curd Christmas morning notifying her of hit gift II IWWUI IInDHmndeI Special Iiaolo-r Remember By spending more money for adv r tising in the- OPLECKENRIDGE NEWS t i t RThe Breckenridge News u WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 0 1003 = YOUR UNCLE FULLER HAS ANOTHER CHANCE i 1t To the Editor of the News j r In your issue of November 251 see a t letter from Mr John Elder about tho Old FI Idlers contest given at Clover port I was surprised when T rend it He must belong to tthe Rip Van Win kle family and has not wakened yet Now to maKO a long story short well ask John Deano of Cloverport to give us his opinion of tho socalled contest and also John al1of liar dinsburg who played the first nlgnt 7 I sny that both of these men know oldfachloued music when they hear i it and if S wan has not heard it he knows but little about it Mr Elder said that if I could pick J the next set of judges I might win t If I do I will say this that I will bring them to the front so you can see 1who they are anti not have them Aprtattered all over the whole country I think if any Ulan was going to be tried for his life he would lire to see formti some idea of his chances r How bsoy it is all over and wo i phad lots of fun Now cows down to the i fair thing and if you dont know any 4 LoIettiUlO tales just say so I know you Know sumo old pieces but you cant ploy them like they were played fifty yeara ago I hope wo will meet in the near future and and try it over Wishing the News all the good luck I possible and you all i happy Christ ir inns I remain Yours truly A9tihysGlendenne Ky- Resolution Imminent j A sure sign of approaching revolts rand serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach quicklyirs dfsuieuiber the troublesome causes r It never falls to tone the stomach reg ulate the Kidneys and Bowels stimu late the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vita ish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 60c and that is retuned if it dont satisfaction Guaranteed 9byShort Haynes Druggists ijInMemory of Mrs Polk i YIt is sad to write the death of our f dear flend and neighbor Mrs G L Polk who departed this life Nov 24 i She was ill seven long mouths with i cancer of the spleen and was a lOU i istant sufferer The funeral service twas conducted by Rev J F WinchnJl 1 of the Baptist churolof which she was 1 a member The interment was in the upper Mrs cemeterJIThomas and Rebecca Lynch of Pates ville Ky She leaves four sisters and three brothers n husband anda three small childrtn one little lab that will never know a mothers love It falls to our lot to shed tears over one we loved and will miss but we must ever be ready io say Thy wilt not ours be done She was a true wife a fond mother a faithful friend all we could hive wlshed her to he She was a patient sufferer and was never Known to murmur only that she supposed it was all right Her friends who stood by her and wero over ready to help her suffering oh ton heard her say there wss nothing in death she dreaded only to leave her husband and children That she soon would bo with loved ones gone before while site hurl some thing to live for flh had something In die for The list few hours she lived she had her friends to ping Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus She tried Ito join in the song but was too weak and only could clasp her hands and say oh how tweet how sweet She tins now gone to n world whore in the bosom of her God she will bo happy with congenial spirits May the memory of her future bo aver green in the hearts of her surviving friends Her family has on heart felt sympathy And ever we remember oar loss is Heavens gain A Friend Tobinsport Ind A glass or two of water taken halt an hour before breakfast will usually keep thejbowels rejnlnr Hftrah cathar tied shoilil be avoided When a pur gative is needed take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TaUlets They are mild and gentle in their action For sale by Short Haynes NEWS FROM pELLVILLE Changes Made In Business Firms Farmers Are Awakening to An Important Fact Pellvillf Ky Doc 8 Special Farmers lire wanting a tubacco tea son They fear they wjll not realize a big price bnt are anxious to dispose of their clop in some way They are awakening to the fact that a farmer cannot live by toharco alone and will try to raise something hereafter for their wivesi and children to live on yhilu it is a fact that most nil good timber is gone there are two large sawmills in sight of 1ellville running a full force of hands and sawing from before day until after drk About twenty teams IUd employed In hauling the lumber to Oweusboro Walter Wilhite has sold his black smith shop to L 0 Trego of Chant hers Mr Wilhite will go to Ensor and Mr Trego moves to this place Guy Temple and Mort Mosely have invoiced Hnwes Dirks stoak of goons preparatory to moving them to Yelvi ngton II ion Moaely and W L Ashworfh sold to Emmett Haynes three steers for 2k4 cents that weighed 950 pounds each In Memory of Nannie Lee Jolly Not changed hut glorified Oh beauteous language for those who weep Mourning the loss of n dear face Fallen asleep hushed into silence never more to comfort our hearts 2 Gone like the sunshine of another country Bey ml our ken What wonder that we stumble faint and keeping And stair with fear Since thou hast loft usall alono with sorrow had blind with tears Haw will it look the dear faco wo have cherished When next we meet Will Iit tie changed so glorified so saintly That we shall know It nntK In the clear morning of that other country In Paradise With the samo face that we have loved anti cherished She shall arise 1 And wo shall find once more beyond earths sorrow Beyond tnese skies In the fair city of the sure founda lions Those heavenly eyes With the sumo welcome shining through their sweetness That gazed upon ushere Think of us dearest one while oer lifes waters We seek the land Missing thy voice thy touch and the true helping Of thy pure luud Till through the Storm and tempest safely anchored lust on the other hide IV1 find thy dear face looking through deaths shadows N t changed but glorified Irvlugton Ky Good For Children Tile pleasant to take mad unrnilv s One Minute Coiiirh Cure gives imme diate relief inVjill cases of Cough Croup and LaGripno beoanse it does I riot pass iminedintely intbythe stomach but tiKes eltect right at tileseat of the tronulu It draws out the iiiHiim matiop heals and soothe nnd cures perm tntly by enabling the lungs to con tribute Jiur lifegiving and life eus tainiugtoxygen to the blood and tis sue Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribed it dully and says there is no better cough remedy made Sold byAll Drug Co = Interesting and Useful The WII4 Kodol Aluwnan and 200 sear Calender published by Messrs E 0 DeWitt Co of Chicago III is n most Iinteresting unique and useful booklet Copy of this booklet wIll be mailed free to any one enclosing a two cent stamp with a request for some provided this paper is men honed wY + r iknJ0rtSleepdoes not rest Food does not taste good Snap energy t tambitionall gone What is neededis a good food tonic One that will create an appetite help digestion strengthen invigorate and induce sound and restful sleep People thus ailing should try t roWALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORT N The pepsin corrects the overworked digestive organs The port keeps them in this condition The combination gives strength to the whole system Two sizes 50 cts and 100 TUB WALTHKH PElTOSIZED PORT CO rittibnrgb Pa For Sale By Y AR FIShIER Cloverport Ky LiVER TROUBLES P I find Thd fords BlactDronght ntrleewllhdnctorscIne I taVeMn8 t A OLIVE MARTIN Parkcrshurg W Va If your liver does not net reg ularly go to your Iriiecist and secure a package of Tlirdfirds HlarkDrautrht and take a dose tonight Thin great fancily tipntedbowels and cause a healthy secretion of liilcTlidfords DrnuVhtwillimritiffi and strengthen the kid nets A torpid liver invites colds lilioiiMtips8 chills and fever and all manner of sick nesi adcontnpion Weak 1 kid neys result in Mrights dirqe which claims as many victims as cinmitnption A 2Sccnt TKickiitfe of Thedfordg IMack ktptinlIIackI1rtJlhttilniiit and found notlilnf to excel MarblhTHEfftf7S 5lACiDRAUGT S Denies the Statement- Mr J Tf McFarlaml of tits city deuie + Ihat he was married a Miord time Jo Miss Amarlci N Tlinton at the Hale Honm in Hawpsville on Nov 2i as stated in the News anti a nnm her of ltnters In this faction of tie state fie wishes to rectify the false report HS ne suits In the News and stags that he has been married only ouoo to Miss Hinton You iKnow What You Arc aping tyhwtyou IRk Urovs lnHtlflliiiI Olilll Ton Ir lieiHiiM the formulH In Dlulnly prlntwl on every imttle showing that II Is simply Iron NirIrNoTo Iecide Place and Timet The Ilepubhcan National will nirpt in lVnsll itigou next Friday and Sat nrdul to tix tho place and time for the next itannhllcan National con vention to he field next year The following cities tire nttmitfana to he selected as tie metiug place fltts hurt St LM1K Now Vonc Chlcnp Mllwauitee Detroit and Sari Francisco A NATIVE OF CLOVEI PORT Was Jeffi rson Hawkins Who Diet1 and Was Burled at Tobinsport Lnfrt Week JpfTtrson Hawkins who died ant Will burled nt Tobinsport Iud lust week wits n native of Cloverpott having lived in this oily until here tuhnd hit manhood ills wife who survives him was n Miss Itoynohls who lived near Clovtrport on the InuIt road He in also survived by six children Konlyn Jiuiiej Fred and Ilntiy of Tobinsport Thos J of Guthrte Ky and Airs DeborahI Van Winkle oi Bristow Ind Hawkins died lust Wednesday IIlr at 0 oolosk The principnlt otuso or his leatti was time fniliug rowers of old age Time funetal was hold from the Gilend Baptist church o which he win a member nt 10 oclock Thursday morning Rev C Povell conducted the Eer vines The intenupnt WitS in the upper TohliiE port cetnet ry Mr Hawkins died nt the age of sovcntyfour Never vas there n man In Tobinsport in whose Christian character nmll lift the people of that community have land greater confi deuce SllIml It Iono There IIs a strong man In a certain village In Ilimgiiry Not long ago lu was liulldliif n stnhlo for a farincr I lust ns Ill wns Iabout to put Ithe nil inlnntinK brick In Us pltuv lu hit ppcu rd1 to fall out with his cmplnyor and by way of working oil his suportlnoiis energy wentI up to one of tthe pillars anti sliools It Tho entire1 building came doWn with a run This Is the most not able case of It conip apart In my ands nc servniits say since Samson London lobeI Ihrnh I ami- DlHSOlvi Imlf an ounce of hard gela tin In three ounces two drams of cold water until quite soft then bent until milfeck Now add ono ounce six twinge of glycerin This will set hard and must he melted on the holt or In hot wnter for use The ndvantage of this preparation is that there Is no sticki ness as with gum nor does It lenve n stain It Is excellent for mounting both photographs and scraps The Jnynat Slntrlaroy- Is 1 your ilnnabter happily innrrlnl Mrs1 OishlefuliV 4ltfii my yes She and her husband are until ilevnted to their cliilm nnd often dont see each other for wcpks It ji tlmi hhu o Kptijrd IleFald c Arranging Press Outing I I A c irmlttee roiiipoff d of President Paul M Moore Vice President L u s Landrum Secretary R E Mornin star Executive Committeemnn T C i Underwcoi of the Ketucky Pre s Associntlon President A Y Foul nnd SecritHry R K Hughes of tlIe Kentucky Exhibit Associntion and Joe L Garrett traveling puss nEe agent of the L H St L Ry spent Friday nnd Saturday of I it wetk at the Worlds Fair grounds in St Louis to arrange for the triptf the ins Association on Kent uky Day Thur diy Toile 2 lIO1 wl en the body will be time guest oC the Kentucky Exhibit Assooinlion nml to get some informntion ns the Press Par nment Week during Dirty 1UM win n a delegation from to Press Assort tlon will rejuesent the Kentucky editorial organization PowersKelley Mr Geo L Powers and Miss Elizabeth Kelley ot Hnnoick county Ky welv married Tuesday night at tIe Ulysses Powell brioK residence on Fourth street Squire Robinson pro nouncwl the oeromony in his usualIII hppyntyo The young couple will live here Cnunelton Telephone i n Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers fxzcma Carbuncles Etc Medicine Tree Robert Ward Maxeys Gn snvs 1 suffered from blood poison my I head face nnd shoulders w ro oie inn s of corruption aches Iin born I and joints burning itching scabby skin wns till run down and niscont I aged but Botsmo Blood Balm cured me perfectly honied nil the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health j Blood Balm put0ety life into my blood nnd new munition into my brain Geo A Williams Roxbury face covered with pimples chronic sore on hook of heat suppurating swelling on neok eating ulcer on leg bone pains noising skin cured rer fectlv BVIUIIO moo 1 Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as euzeinn Seine unIt Sealer pimple running soro oar nnulO scrofula etc Especially advised for nil obsti ante cases that hnvo reached tile sec ond or third stags Druggist t To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free nml prepnld by writing Doe scribe trouble and tree medical advice SPlit in eenleil letter On Silver Plate can only be determined after long years of actual service unless you weltLnowntrademarke haifa century Spoons Forki etc tamped Have been In use taut riven perfect aalisfacttea They are sold by lending dealers UltalogucNo6the makers INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO Geniii sttISoutheast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekers Opportunities IIJ res your dial Cf Vt ry low one way Mini roundtrip rates Smilllu tst HIeIi J ii 5 19 1111 HIK Id IIII Goa 1 tune to vijit SuiillirllSt Miivii Ai k nivm Ii iiisinrn i iii Texas and uick out a loeiiuin- Koutlil trip tikeU prrmit st pp ova r on the gouty trip return limit 21 ilays Urile andI tell us your tUrtitin pout sad where vni want to fn lVe will t IIboa txac tlv what yoi r ticket wi I rotl err oat flr r Ulld trip V vll S a that YlIT lia yge is rl ec1L n r1 that you iMfrouiioriaMy Imali I on the right triiu Viitefor our illustrated descriptive literature reaps lists of reel estate agents andl let us help you find a better home in the country along the Cotton Delt Route Write today to L O SCIIAKKRK T 1 A rotlill Itch Uuiitr CIM INNATI O ORB W LA DiiAiMB G 1 It T A Cotton IllIt Itoute ST LOUIS MO rf IJNW Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTEO I r JNlIlv utiitb3ldd S08 aoelD8a8Ne OHoa t1tl111A I First State Bankii I M IRVINGTON 1 Y- g i W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R X1P VirePresident M II H KKMPKR CashIer I p i Accounts of Corporations Firm find lndi idt ale solicited t- leiInterest Paid on Time Deposit i- tGt60Ct1Sd21t3101islQ66atleoH8mbfl1t33tS oa1 ee86i The Bleckinridgel Ba K Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000t Incorporated Organized In 1872 W II ROWMBK President A II SK1UMAN Cashier DR F 1L lIGIITFOOT VPres CHAS n SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Finns Individual nnd Corporntions soliiited Any Iitites8 entrusted to U8 will nrotnpt and careful attention Stornje plwce for packages in our fireproofl vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NOW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest p Id on time deposits I Clover art Foundry CLOVERPORT Machine KY Company I One purpose of out Company is to help peopln who have trouble with then mcchiuiiciil devices A general repair shop ours iis where we have the necessary equipments to execute tho we do with the highest ncotti teyalt your home hUlIrolkII place or workshop now tlioro are probably some contrivances that are badly in need of ovcnmultng probaHy you are having trouble with your machinery which you can pot remedy yourself Now this is the piece of machinery that is costing you money and will until ydu have it properly fixed We win have a representative cull and inspect your uutchinery uiyon iequest Such inspections are mutually beneficial A poXttit card request will do 0 aroterswt aanr I d W f TzM- i r I f + a t M t t THE MEGIDDOMISSION Stops at This Point and Capt Nichols Preaches in Two of the Churches TilE BOAT AND iTS PEOPLE The mission boat Meciddo arrived here from Lenvenwortb Ind about noon last Wednesday and landea at the lower wharf Wednesday atternoon the boats brass band marched through the principal streets and that evening Capt L T Nichols the leader o the missionaries preached at the Baptist I church to u large congregation The boat remained here over Thursday services were held by those who live on it in the Presbyterian church that evening and on Friday morning the Metriddo continued its trip down the Ohio The Boat and Its People The mission boat derives its name from the Hebrew word Megiddo which means Uod is in this placeI with a band of troops The mififiion boat is a threedeck steamer J05 feet long by 40 feet wide His propeled by 250 horse power engines and lighted by acotyline gasI and heated by steam There are tilty state rooms fortyeight of which areI 0 feet by 12 feet the other two being larger These staterooms are on theI the first second and Texas decks On the second decK is a large chnpel used as a meeting and sitting room The chapel is 20 feet by HO feet with seats to accommodate the seventrnino persons on board On th i first decK are two dining rooms Each family has separate cupboards in dining room and kitchen and some families have private alning rooms The Kitchen where thirty women do their own cooKing is 16 feet bv 30 feet Back of the kitchen in the rear of the first deck Is the engine room and machin ery for doing iron and wood worK r The boiler room is in the first compartment on the lower deck In the second deck are the greater number of the staterooms On the third deck I near the stern are the steam tubs for washing clothed and the steam drying roots Here also are found the pilots room and the schoolroom for the fifteen children on board The boat la a model of convenience and economized space but the staterooms are the most attractive and neatly ap pointed apartments There are thirty families and n statetoom for each tamily but more if they have children The staterooms are arranged some thing similar to those on a regulation steamboat but every one is furnished differently in everything except theI carpets All are neatly and comfort + bly furnished and are kept spotetui dean fThe exterior of the boat is ytorthr of some notice Suspended lbetween the two smokestacks are thj following words in large lotteis United We Stand and just over rthe foremast lIn God We Trust Near the fore mast is a gnlvunI Icd iron Bible three feet by two feet It IB opon at the 117 psalm which printed on the white pages in lurr black letters Lashed ttjTthe boat is the mission barge ovJr where is Kept the bandwagon irm gospel tent A carpenters bench pfd room for storing provi sions Wo also found on the barge Th boat was partially built at Lyo In In the summer and fall of 1 and then completed and thei br o built nc Memphis Tenn sever a ionths later Since then the mis narlee have beenholding meetings at 1 large points on the Onto aud Miss issippi rivers In the gospel tent during t Vthe warm months and In churches during the colder weather i The Christian nretnrcn 44 The people who live on the boat call tltuwselves Chriatfnn Brethren nail in the fiords of Japt L T Nichols their leader they are out doing all the good they can and re topping at all point where they Call y get u church to hold services inEach c family provides its own proylslons rlsattddoea ttabwn work On the boat paperiiI j Illajc fancycto the cause of truth and are ready und willing to work at any honorable t employment There are no harsh words or angry qnarrrels between them and peace harmony and lore prevail Not a single person aboard uses tobacco liquor coffee or ten and 1 all endeavor to live the ideal Chris r Ion lifeI ICapt Nichols who Is the Invent I or of the ooat and the originator or Its j rt- ti mission and object does most of the preaching being assisted by Mrs Mantle Hembree a learned woman objectTlieves is the truth and he has never accepted one dollars salary By a number of profitable inventions he has been able to spend thousands ol dollars in proclaiming what he honestly believes to be the truth in both Europe and America Capt Nichols says in one of his booklets Truth was the gem for which I sought and my souls longing cry was O tell me where It can be found After years of careful study I rejoice with joy unspeakable to know that I have found the gem for which I sonuhtand hoW in my hands the blessed Bible knowing that between its pages theta are no impossibilities contradictions orabsurditiesThe an excellent band of twentytwo pieces that Is composed off botn sexes On board are two organs a piano und a base violin which are reed in their services Inthe chapel Capt Nichol Sermon Capt Nichols and his band held divine services in the Baptist church on last Wednesday evening At tue opening and closing of thn services the brass band played several hymns It would play one verso and then the choir composed of the missionaries wonld sing n verse accompanied by the vocation The music and singing was good and highly appreciated by the congregation which filled the church I Capt Nichols preached about andI I hour and a half The general opinion of his sermon was that it was very sensible and orthodox In rain He gave no opinions of his own but merely quoted from the Bible to prove other quotations snowing that there are no contradictions therein The main purport of his sermon it seemed was to show that unless we learn and know the Scriptures we cannot have faith that wisdom is the principal thing the tree of life Capt Nichols said that he believes the time in near at hand when men will turn their ears away from truth and he and nis followers are now out in the dying world trying to get the people back We believe he said in the old ancient gospel of Christ and believe in preaching the word of trothIIt is not a question he said If ytJ are jn line with any church or denomination but in line with Jesus His object he said In preaching his doctrine le not to 11 people out of their churches bnSAj stir up their minds and get them load holier lives You cant come Jesus he said unless you learX the Scriptures Coming to Jesugjhe said is learning and dying alj hinge God commands na to do S Capt Nichols Voice Is low and penetrating Be never once opened his Bible Awhile preaching na he knows itvlLentally from lid to lid Wfclle excluding his sermon he said th ithe had personally offended any r irson in the audience by his talk that their pardon was asked Capt Nlchl Second Sermo Capt Nichols preached to a large congregation at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening The services held were of the same nature as those held at the Baptist church the preceding evening but the sermon was far different Capt Nichols quoted a number of truths from the Bible and interpreted them in a way far from orthodox He never once told anything as his own opin ion but said that It was what the Bible said For argument he quoted some other verve or chapter to prove his argument Everything bo said was very convincing in the way he told it and many thoughts of a startling nature wore put before the poeple for the first time in their lives All were impressed wltn his profound knowledge of the Bible and none could deny that what he said was not in the Holy Book according to nis interpretation- Part of Capt Nichols sermon was orthodd and does not therefore neat much notice His more startling views are given in brief He said in substance tbat wan cant live in sin all his life and then at the last minute ask for mercy and be saved Adam was no more the drat man than yon are he said to the audience To prove this statement tie quoted from that part of the Bible which iays tbat thow in Heaven are without number and anId that such a thing could nt be if Adam was the presentdeathstate of Illinois can furnish lour and a half square feet for every wan since Adam He quoted from Islam 103 whore It says that the mercy of the Lord la from everlasting to overlaat ing and said that God could not hue had mercy on anyone from eter nity to eternity if there wasnt anyone manyhappyPauls testimonyU that earthlr Mi ration ia according to the etnrnnl salvation and he compared the earth to eternal salvation ns a part of it The time will come Do said when we will annex earth to Heaven new worlds will be made and men created and we will visit Neptune Jupiter and toe other planets v 1 d JOLLY GARDNER cOJ t i CHRISTMASBARGAINSQ r I We have received our Complete Winter Stock of Goods and our Christmas goods are arriving daily We will soon have an immense line of Holiday Goods and you should call early and make your selection We have a fine line of goods that wear well look well and sell well r When you buy you consider the price but when you get home you consider the quality Our goods have the quality with prices the lowest and our aim is to please and protect our customers for asatiscfied customer is our best advertisement We have no Special Bargain Days every day except SUNDAY is a Bargain Day with us We have no schemes We sell goods at the same price to everybody the poor and the rich alike The quality speaks for our goods Below you will find a feast of Bargains and you will find them just as advertised quality and prices Dry Goods and Notions Full assortment at the lowest prices All we ask is for you to inspect and price We are not afraid of competition Shoes Boots Felt Boots Rubber Shoes We have a 3000 stock of foot wear that we ft arc offering at a great bargain We handle nothing but tho very beat goods and iri prices that wjiiinduce youi tf buy if you will only call and inspect thrill talk is cheap but value shows for itself Dont fail to call and look Wo will take pleasure in showing them J J Ladies Gloves all sizes latest styles in Kid Golf Mittens and Jer BOYS from lOo to 1 Mens Gloves driving Kid Mocha genuine Buck Jersey and Work Gloves all kinds prices from lOc to 150 Hardware and Stoves Complete lino of Hardware Axes Saws Nails Knives and everything you may need We aro headquarters for Drum Stoves Coal Stoves Ranges and Cook Stoves You will lose money if you do not givo us a call before purchasing Tin and Gran ito Ware of all kinds Hemember us whim in need of anything in this line Furniture Iron Beds Mattresses springs and everything to start you to housekeeping Kastein Yarns Geramn Yarns Shetland Yarns Saxony Yarns Knitting Yarns Ber lin Yarns Dresden Yarns in all colors Bed Comforts Me to RI1 Jj Ladies knit Vests and Pants 1c to SOc Lndiea knit Vesjs and Pants fleeced 23 to SOc Ladies all wool Vests finest grades 125 Laities Union SuitsHOc to 50c Misses Union Suits tae to sOc Infants finest Importedall wool Shirts ages 1 2 31 4 lit 6 lOc to rhea QueenswaLre Graniteware Graniteware in grey and blue everything for the kitchen and household use Queenswaro all kind Cups and Saucers from 20c to S125 set Plates plain and fancy 40c to 3 Bowls uc to S2 TScMeat 2 25c Goods now you will rind it complete ev erything for For Men and Boys Wo have a large stock ofclothing that must be sold and we etui you great bargains fit the smallest boy to largest man in suits pants and overalls Wo only ask your inspection and wo you will buy for we can save you money Hats Caps and save 25 per cent by buying from us Sewing Give us a call when in need Largest stock of ant- iMisesMens Boys antI In Rough and Kcia Hose Boys and have u line ot Namcus lOc Hose sizes and a ei Ribbed Cotton HosrlOc to Ribbed Fleeced Hose lOc to SOcWe extra sizes in Hosiery for the big and fat Vegetable Bowls lOc 150- Taney Cake Plate 25c 2- Salad Bowls 25e to 2 Chop Bowls lOc SI Finest Gold Band warn in Plates Bowls Cups and aucers E- tGlassware i 1 sot good Tumblers 15e 1 set good Flint Glass25c Gents Latest Neckwear from Midget Ties 4inhand Latest Suspenders Collars Half Cuffsjj I otton and Sweaters for men and Immense of ponders from 5c have an elegant of Suspenders for a Christmas Present Beautiful designs in separate boxes 75c Goods OurChristmas are all in with suitable Santa Claus Clothing give can overcoats know HeadwearY- ou can Machines Ladies Hosieryin tyTry our for GirlsWe complete our all 2ic to to to prices jBIgj I chiefs from flc to 30c in all the latest patterns and colors for Christmas Presents You will find our Goods complete In all 1 sot good Flint Fancy 50c 1 set good Flint Decora ted OO- cPresorvo Stands lOc to 75c- Glass Pitcher lOc to 50c Butter Dishes lOo to 15a yiup Stands lOc to 25c t Fancy Lamps 25c to 2 LumpsChimnoys pliesrFurnishings in to Scarfs in in Largest of Pants in the c ounty Prices 1 5 Our pants aro cut fit prices cut boys Fancy patterns as as 50c to sell line Railroad Overnl1slIIt k Immense line Sus to The We line suitable and to Christmas and Dry lines line to to and low Our lino of Mens Underwear cant be sur pa sed for quality and prico All wool Jersey Knit Shirts and Pants in bluo and brown 1 finf The best line of Mens Fleeced knit Shirts and Pants from Site to 50c each Wo can also fit the boys in good Underwear 1 Dolls all sizes and kinds Toilet Sets Books for old and young Perfumes Handkerchiefs beautiful line of fine Salad Dishes Cake Plates Bisque Figures Mirrors Chocolate Sets Lemonade Sots in decorated designs otc Toys Wagons Horses Automobiles Train and Tracks Air Rifles Pistols Fireworks of all kinds and a great assortment of Candies and Fruits Dont miss Jseeing these for wo are headquarters for Christmas Goods IrFFOR LADIES E I Big assortment of Dress Skirts Cloaks Furs Etc to suit the Ladies and we never fail to soil if they inspect Our assortment is complete und our prices are without competition You will nuke n- mistnko if you dont inspect before buying elsewhere Trunks Grips Suit Cases and TelescopesrFull stock and prices will astdnish yo- uJEWELRY r y Ladies and Gents Watches Silver Spoons and all kinds of Jewelry at a reduced price Wo only ask you to inspect the goods and prices will make the sale t We are headquarters for Country Produce and we will trade the above elegant line Qa merchandise BensPotatges v weights and measures f Come and see our Christmas Goods and take advantage of the above Elegant Bargains We remain yours truly Jolly Gardner CofBig Department Store Irvington Kyi 41 f I t W r 4