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Digital page images are linked to the text file. runs i H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT T6 PRINT I VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16 1903 8 Pages NO 22 THE WEDDINGS r OF DECEMBER Brandenburg Ky Dec 15 Sp- eclalJMr and Mrs S P Woolfolk announce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daughter Annie Lou to Mr Marvin Pate of Paducah to be solemnized December 26 at 8 oclock p m at the Methodist EEofficiating The grooms brother Walter will be the best man Miss h Tennessee Hamilton maid of honor t little Hester Woolfolk the brides sis RexiWoolfolk of Dallas Texas ushers After the ceremony a reception for the near relatives and intimate friends will be held at the brides hom- eGregoryMattingly Mr Thomas Edward Gregory and Miss Clara Mattingly daughter of 11 T Mattlnsly both of this city were married by Father Brey at his real dance last Wednesday morning at 0 oclock It was o very quite atlair only the nearest relatives of Miss Matting ly being present r PayneJolly Wedding Mr Frank P Payne of this city and Miss Ada Jolly of Hardinsbarg will be n arried this afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of her brother Frank Jolly who lives near Hardins burg The ceremony will bit per formed by Rev J T Lewis of Irvington There will be no attend ants and only the near friends and relatives of the contracting parties will be present After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Payne will take a short j wedding trip They will return to I this city where they will reside 1 I To Have January Meeting Irvington Ky Dec 15SpecIol The pastors and many laymen of the newly formed Breckenrldge associa tion of Baptists will have a fifth Sun day meeting here on January 31 11004 The meeting will begin on Fri day and continue three days Came Near Being Fatal Brandenburg Ky Dec 1GSpecial Pauley Green well was badly burned last week by lighted powder his hair eyes brows and lashes being barbed Had not an older brother smothered tho flames they would have proved fatal to young Greenwell Death of Byrom Dowell Bewloyvillo trDec 15Speo- ynl Byrom Dowell of Dick Meade county died of pneumonia Friday He is a young man and was making a successful start in life He married Miss Ida Shumate about five years ago and leaves her and throe children Will Raise Angora Goats Jtohn Richardson of High Plains near Big Spring imported 100 head of angora goats from Texas last week They cost him about f10 each He now has them on his farm near Big Spring Will Move to Oklahoma Raymond Ky Dec 1rieSpeclal Mr and Mrs Sam Robertson of Frymire will soon leave for Oklaho ma They are good citizens and will be missed in the community A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred ether accidents are every lay occur rences It behooves everbody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 35c at Short Haynes Drug Store 4 Toy Barrows 5 Inch solid wheel 11ScS Hardwood building blocks each ISC Iron Cooking Stoves and dura ble each SOc gilt trimmed 50c Toilet Mirrors 25c Shaving Sets 50o Mjrrors 76o Toilet Sots otc 100 Shaving Sets in case 125 and Comb Coo and 100 Cuff and Collar Boxes 25p and 50o Glass vases decorated Special 25c Berry Sets 75o n +4 fe tn Cases 50c I Toilet 50c ff s China 750 Comb and Brush 100 I 60o to 125 MUSTERING NEW Capt Merton Cr alg of was in the city and admin catered the oath of allegiance to twentytwo young men of this city and Vicinity who were applicants for the organization of a local company of militia Capt Craig was ordered bactt to Sunday and Lieut David W Murray was appointed mus tering officer In his stead Monday night Lieut Murray administered the oath to tan more applicants The was taken separately on each occasion and does not have a legal binding un til all applicants tako It at one time Next Thursday night Lieut Aurray will muster in the remaining eight men all will take the path together and an of officers will follow Three days after all the applicants are mustered they will receive their oqulpmontJThe local company of militia w1l1I be the only one in the Fourth con gressional district and the only one since the Murray Post in this city in 1801 Sells Three Fine Steers Win Kendall of Irvington shipped three tine steers to Dan Brooks at Monday One weighed 2 200 pounds and the other two 2000 each They are the finest specimens of Sborthornes ever shipped from this section and Mr Kendall will realize a handsome price for them j Walls Dead Stephensport Ky Dec 15Spe- clnlClinton Walls after several days illness died morning On Monday his remains were interred in the Union Star at 11 a m Iron Train engine and cars each 25c Covered house on with wheels2Sc Fine Drums 6x9 Inches each 25c and 50c Tin Kitchens painted each Oc 5c qbony 50c75o Cigar jf Berry Bowls Parlor IN Louisville Saturday Louisville oathj LouiavilU Clinton Saturday cemetery platform Colored Vases 50c A largo assortment of figures Box Paper and fine quality each25c Never so many dolls in ono placo Kid body dolls 17 inches long and the ivory best on the each 25c An Dolls long curly hair fide dressed doll 75c 60 and lOc dolls by tho score Seo our show window for tho greatest display of dolls of any house in J v Rings Breast Pins Studs Collar Buttons j Watch Chains Scarf Will Meet at Chicago Washington Dec 12 Chicago was today selected by the Republican National Committee as the place for holding the next national convention of the party nod Juno 31 1004 was fixed as the date The veto stood Chicago 43 Pittslmrg 7 and St Louis 1 Santas Little Girl Dec 12 1003 Dear Santa JausI am going to write you a few lines about what I would like for yon to bring me Christens Some nuts and a little ring bureau and a doll that will go to sleep and a bed forms doll 1 would like a set of dishe Please dont forget me I am a little girl seven years old Your little girl Eddie L Pate Wants a Little Gun Dec 12 1003 Ky iJear Santa Claul1 thought I would write and tell you what I woulil like to Christmas Somo tire crackers candies and a little gun that will shoot Roman candles n little story book to road through winter dupe I am a little ten year old boy please dont forget me- Your little bpy- Handen N Pate From Burns Bewleyville Ky Dec 15Spe offalElinor Wilson whose faro and ryes were severely burned the first of the month by dropping match on a shell from which the shot had been removed III recovering un der the attention of Dr Walker New Store at Mattingly Nobo Pate is making arrangements o build a big storehouse at Mattingly When the building is completed he will carry n full line of groceries and dry goods H MOOK I PASSES t News has been received here of the death of Mrs Harietta Mook for many of this city at Cleveland Miss on December 7 Death was due to pneum onia after an Illness of only six days The funeral was held last Wednesday morning at 030 and the interment was in the Clevelan d cemeteryMrs ok is survived by three children Chits MOOK of Louisville Frederick Mook of St Louis and Mrs J M Wells of Cleveland Miss Messrs Chas Fred and Jake May Fred Walters and Mrs Chas May of this city are cousins of her late husband Jacob Mook who died in 1873 and is buried in the Murray in the eastern end of town Mrs Mook came to this city from Cannelton Ind about 1803 Mr Mook was a wagonmaker and when he diva SilO conducted a millinery store In the eighties she sold her property hare valued at several thousand dollars and removed with her children to Louisville After wards she went to Newport Ky and then to Cleveland Miss about three years efore htr death In 1000 see made a visit to this city Mrs look was about nixtyfive years of age at her death Both she and her husband were members of the Presbyterian church in this city She was a women ofIt beautiful Christian character end is kindly as such by many old friends and acquaintances in this city Mrs Kendalls Mother Irviiigton Ky Dec here sympathize with Mrs John Kendall in the loss of her moth er who died at her homo near heron of pneumonia r JJ but come now the few n n n r strong Cascs Fine Sots t j election 1 Glass town t candles i Dead Tool Chests they delight the boys each 25c and SOc Iron safes nnd banks nicely painted Scand lOc Pins All of these goods have a 5 year guar antee Wo show tho most 25c lino of gents ties in tho city lace 10to 25c Childrons corners lOc Mons Fine Linen lOo to 25c Mons Silk 25c The Series the most popular book for boys each 30c I THE OLD Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO Rev Waltons Good Success The ninny friends of Rev T F Walton formerly of this city will be glad to learn of his good success in his two new pastorates He has just closed a twelve days meeting at Eben ezer Ky where he received twelve members into the Presbyterian church At Mt Carmel the other church in his charge he closed an eight days meetinc on November 22 and received nine members into this church making a total of twentyone in the five weeks Rev Walton has been in these two Hold Not being able to get anyone to help him he has been hold inC mill of the meetings alone doing all the himself Sirocco Personal Notes Sirocco Ky Den 15 Special Mr and Mrs Ezra Reed after visiting relatives here several months will soon return to tnelr home in CaliforniaMrs Mills mind family have moved to Vine Grove Babbage a So- nChristmas Goodsf Eight more shopping days before Dont delay while the stocks are all avoid the rush of last WE QUOTE ABSOLUTELY THE LOWEST PRICES daysII Wheel lpalntedeach mounted Handsome celluloid Hdkcf Boxes Lamps COMPANY Passenger Four wheel wooden wagon In every and like It on the market each only 2Sc China Tea Sets 2Sc f IrlBlackboards each ABC BlocksI lOc and 25c Pistols and toe Wash 25c Baby Buggies 50c I III Toilet Articles Atomizers Triplicate bru8hAcomb ShavingMugslOcCups Bisque 101525e envelopes Dolls market orinnBel1uty Jewelry Finger GuffBuitbns Mattingly Recovering alighted IMRS AWAY graveyard remembered 15SpecialMu- mmy Christmas complete i I complete respect nothing 5c 5c Sets beautifully Handsomely Special Neckwear popular Holiday Handkerchiefs Womens Handkerchiefs trimmed embroidered Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Books Books Ilenty RELIABLE SUBSTITUTE preaching Picture books for the children containing short stories 5c lOc 15e nnd 25c A very popular and attractive lino of Bibles and Testaments AVo are showing this year IL big lino of Bibles and Testaments such as you will not ho able to secure elsewh- ereChristmas Groceries Table Syrup Golden Drip per gal 50c Raisins fanoy London layer per Ib 20c Prunes fancy per lb lOo Lima Beans fancy per lb GJc Peas Early Juno per e1n lOc Pumpkin prepared per can lOo Tomatoos Polka per can 100 Currants reclcaned per box 10c Figs fancy imported per lb 20c Coffee best Java 220 y t BananaLS Oranges Lemons Cocoanuts Mixed Nuts Fancy Candies Etc Mt n 0 aVV Va 1 D y 5 t f I MoII p The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1003 = c = = n Handercliief Bazar Listen what our Calholio Iladles of Brandenburg tare to say and then IIct send Remember the date lec2t 24 A CHURCH BAZARwo intend to give And would like to Know where our friends all 11 ve- To see them all we can not do So will write n line or two Now my dear friends Tie not much we ask Only to be generous Although it be a task Please give what you can Anything in the line that you can baKe And will be much obliged if you bring us a cake Still ourbazarwil not be couplet Without onrFancy Work all good and neat God loves a cheerful giver Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthen the siomatn and digestive organs Cuiei Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach Trouble andjunkes rich red blood health and strength Kodol tisIsuesens tho stomach Gov G W Atkinson of W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol D Cure and have found it to be f1J1epslaII effective and indeed poweifnl remedy for stomach ailments I recom mend It to my friends Sold byAll Drug Co Coal Oil Again Advances Plttsburg Dec 1UThe Standard t comIpnnlesPennsylvania titagthe price up to l00 the highest since May 1805 Tiona Corning and Newcastle wore also advanced three cents while the lower grades were put up one cent The gradual de crease in production necessitating the drawing upon stocks is said to be responsible for the advance Opera tors have confidently expected the advance and predict 2 oil in the near future Very little new territory Is being discovered but the drill is native both in wildcatting and old districts The Best Prescription fur Malaria Chills and Kuverlna i j ue ot droves Taste Ices Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qui nine In n tasteless form No Cure No Par IrlciiOc Talented Brandenburg Family Brandenburg Ky Dec 15Spe cial Mis Wathena Hamilton of this place who has been giving enI tertainments at Madlsonvllle and other points is a pupil at the school ofI oratory at Chicago where she I graduate next Juno Tne Misses Hamilton aro highly talented young ladles The only son William bids fair to bo a second Gibson or Christy Erects Fine Monument JEKeith erected last week in the John Van Meter cemetery nI manuImontKurtz wife of Dr G H Kurtz of Webster Changes Local Telephone A number of changes were made last week in the telephone line which runs from this city to Mattingly and the nee to Hardinsburg and is owned and operated by citizens living in and near these places Emmett Mattingly was out several days repairing phones on the line and has cnanged the companys phono from V L Smiths residence U Short Hn nes drug store J ithiuitINSTANTLY CU- RESHeidAohe THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURBS Neuralgia CURES Nervous nessCUItRS Uizztaes CURBS Nausea CUKlf SlcTlesrcs CURES Hecausie it ttiuoes ti fl tnmttion quI U the nerves auJ corrects the Btouiacb e e GROWTH TOLD IN STATISTICS Too following la a continuation iof the statistics published in thu News of Nov 21 showing the wonderfu growth of the United States in the century from 1800 to 1000 There IS no record of the arrival of immigrant prlor to 1820 when but Hmm ICI ndmited Comnsire that with thf total of 448072 In 1000 or thnt of almost n million in tho fiscal yea which ended with June 30 last The total wealth of the nation iIII 1850 when It was first recorded was 7331780000 or 307 00 for each In habitant In 1000 It had increased to thee enormous sum of 04300000000 or f1235 80 per capita a fourfold in creasu In the average wealth of each individualThe nationall debt In 1880 in eluding both interest bearing and non interest bearing obligations was 82 970204 a total per head of 1503 The debt had almost been wiped oul with the end of the fiscal year of 1840 when it aggregated only 3573 34 i or less than that of many n corpora tion at the present time Tho debt of 1S40 represented an obligation of 21 cents on every inhabitant The dabt had increased to t2 231 lOOttfO or 0040 per capita In 870 Nineteen hundred saw it reduced to 1107711 SJ58 the cash in the treasury being subtracted A glass or two of water taken hat nn hour before breakfast will nsuaUy keep the bowels regular Harsh cathar tics shonld be avoided When a par gate is needed take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets They an mild and gentle in their action Foi sale by Short Haynes The Ohio Frozen Over Thin Ice covered the Ohio river lit this p int last Friday morning This is the first time this has occured in ta number of years out is notnlngI1n usual for this time of the year on account of the peculiar atmospheric conditions which had existed for soy eral weeks previous At no time for almost a month has the temperate re been above freezing point and mod of the time it has been below This continued cold chilled the water corn pletely and rendered It very suscepti ble to freezing when the temperature went far below freezing point as it did Friday One riverman said last week that one night of zero weather would have blockaded the liver last week Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a8 soon as the first indication of the iseabe appears and a threatened at ack may be warded off Hundreds of people nse the remedy In this way with perfect auccew For sale hy Short Haynes Mules Brings Good Prices Vic Robertson of Glendeane was in Jrvington recently and bought inles as follows One from J E King at 3125 two from Davis Ashcraft f210 four from G N Lydlan 600 three from Tny ler Dowell 3CO and two from J Frank Carter 75 each The Christmas Dinner In spite of the fact that the word 11lyspepsla means literaly bad cook it rill not be fair for many to lay the lame on the cook if they begin the Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end it with distress or nausa It lay not be fair for any to do that let nil hope so for the sake of the COOK The disease dyspepsia Indicates a bad tomachthat is a weak stomach rather than a bad cook and foi a wean toinach there is nuthing else equal to- loods Sarwinarllla It gives the tomach vigor and tone cures dyspep iia creates appetite and makes eat- Ing the pleasure it shoula he rloyd Mason Well Sold The Floyd Mason oil well on the Jason farm about five miles below lhls city on the Indiana sideI was sold biy the sheriff to Henry Heck of nnnelton for f70 This Includes eases on lend casing engine equipment for IIJing etc Last weeK Mr leek sold the well to W P Uanes of Glasgow Ky who will remove the machinery from that place The late owners of the well drilled down to a depth of only 750 feet waichlt is claImed was not deep enough to trika good paying nil If the present owners should go down 3000 or 4000 feet It le thought that they may be ohle to strike the gushers that are icing found at Petersburg and rlnceton Indiana Rev Christian Accepts Call Rev S O Christian pastor of the Pollard Memorial church nt Ashland- y has accepted the call of the Bap ists to the local church nnd will be here on December 27 the fourth Sun dny of the month to deliver his first sermon Rev Christian was born in Ills city and lived here during part of his boyhood r jIq sm r hr It JOLLY GARDNER Tb CHRISTMAS BARGAINS if I We have received our Complete Winter Stock of Goods and our Christmas goods are arriving daily j 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 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 a satis f fied customer is our best advertisement We have no Special Bargain Days every day except SUNfDAY 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 forour goods Below you will find a feast of bargains and you will find them just as advertised quality and prices ti Dry Goods and Notions Full assortment at the lowest prices All we ask Is for you to Inspect and price We arc not afraid of competition 5 11 Shoes Boots Felt Boots Rubber Shoes We have u 53000 stock of foot wear that we are ouVring at a grout bargain We handle nothing but the very best goods timid at prices that will induce ycu to buy if you will only call and inspct them talk is cheap but value shows for its If Dont fail to call and lookr will take pleasure in showing thorn Ladies Gloves all sizes latest styles in Kid Golf Mittens and Jer seys from lOc to 1 Mens Gloves driving Kid Mocha genuine Buck J Jifoy and 11 ork Gloves all kinds prices front lOc to 150 Hardware and Stoves Complete lino of Hardware Axes Saws Nails Knives and everything you may need We arc headquarters for Drum Stoves Coal Stoves Ranges and Cook Stoves You will lose money if you do not give us a call before purchasing Tin and Gran ito Ware of all kinds Remember us when in need of anything in this line Furniture Iron Beds Mattresses springs and everything to start you to housekeeping Hnstcin Yarns Gernnu Yarns Shetland Yarns Saxony Yarns Knitting Yarns Der tin Yarns Dresden Yarns in oil colors Bed Comforts 60c to 1 23 Ladies knit Vests and Pants 15 to sOc Ladies knit Vests and Pants fleecedI 2 i to sOc Ladies all wool Vests finest grades JtS1 Ladies Union SmtsilOi to f0c- MISSCH Urinn Suits 150 to SUc Infants finest importedall wool Starts ages 123 4 5 6 IOc tofiOc tFir Queensware Graniteware Granitewaro in grey and blue everything for tho kitchen and household use QueeiKswaro all kinds Cups and Saucers from line to 125 set Plates plain and fancy 4ic to 43 Bowls w to Si PitelitTs 50o to 75c Meat Dishes lOc to 52 25o 75c Christmas everything r1 Clothing For and Boys Wo have a llargo of clothing that must be sold we can great bargains can lit tho boy to largest man suits panty overcoats overalls Wo ask your inspection know you will buy for we can save you money Hats Caps and Headwear You can save 25 per cent by buying from us Sewing Machines Give us a call in need of L are t stock of Boys and In ants u the coup ty and Ked Hose Boys and We have u complete lme ot our lam us lOc Hose alt sizes and akei Ribbed Cotton hnsee10cto2C Ribbed IMteced Hose lOc to 50c We carry extra sizes in Hosiery for the big and fat It Vegetable Bowls lOc to 150 Cake 25c to 2- Salad Bowls 25c to 52 Chop Bowls lOc to 51 Finest Gold Band ware Plates Bowls Cups and Glassware 1 set good Tumblers 15c 1 set good Flint Glass25c Neckwear from 4inhand Latest Collars Suspenders Half Hose I n I otton and Sweaters for men and Immense Railroad Immense tenders from 75c have elegant Suspenders for Christmas Present Beautiful designs separate boxes prices Goods now all with Santa Claus Men stock give smallest only when Large Ladies Hosiery Fancy Plate fcaucors Cuffs Wool suitable suitable Tryour Rough I Dig line Ladies Handker chiefs from lie to jOc in the patterns and rolors Christinas Presents You will find Dry Quods complete in lines 1 set good Flint Fancy 50e 1 set good Flint Decora ted CO- cPreserve Stands lOc 750- Glass Pitcher lOc SOc Butter Dishes lOc 15c yrup Stands IOc 25c Fancy Lumps 25c 2 nmpChimneys plies i Gents Furnishings Latest in M 1tTies Scarfs in Largest Punts n the county Prices 5 pants aro cut prices cut buoY u jutteras as low as 50c to sell line OvemlldIljIlj line Sus 5c to We nn lino if and in to Christmas Goods Our in and you will find it complete for and inyou and and wo aitc- l1lhsesMens for Girls in Etc all latest for our all to to to to to to lino of vl to Our to tit and nit Our line of MensIiUnderwear cant be sur pa scd for quality and price All wool Jersey Knit Shirts and Pants in blue and brown 1isis All wool Jersey knit Shirts and Pants in grey and mixed 75c Tho best line of Mens Flecked knit r Shirts and Pants from 3Uc to 50c each Wo can also fit the boys in good Underkk f wear Dolls all sizes and kinds Toilet Sets Books for old and young Perfumes Handkerchiefs beautiful lino of lino Salad Dishes Cake Plates Bisque Figures Mirrors Chocolate Sets Lemonade Sots in decorated designs etc Toys Wagons Horses Automobile Train and Tracks Air lilies Pistols Fireworks of all kinds and a great assortment of Candies and Fruits Dont miss seeing these for wo are headquarters for Christmas Goods FOR LADIES Big assortment of Dress Skirts Cloaks Furs Etc to suit tho Ladies and wo newel fail to sell if they inspect Our assortment is complete and our prices ale without competition You will make a mistake if you dont inspect before buying elsewhere Trunks Grips Suit Cases and Telescopes Full stock and prices will astonish yo- uJEWELRY Ladies and Gents Watches Silver Spoons and all kinds of Jewelry at a reduced price11ro only ask you to inspect the goods and prices will make the sale oJ A- We are headquarters for Country Produce and we will trade the above elegant line of merchandiseff foryour produce We buy Butter Eggs Chickens Turkeys Geese Ducks Dried Fruit Feathers Beans Potatoes Onions and will give you the Highest Market Prices for same We guarantee you true weights and measures Come and see our Christmas Goods and take advantage of the above Elegant Bargains We remain yours truly Jolly Gardner f Co Big Department Store Irvington Kyg 71-rFw 7 aFY The Breckenridge News u I iiWEDNESbAY DECEMBER 10 100- 3afa1s+f 1a+++ f1 +ar t atIr THOUGHTS BY t = THE WAY I By Mrs H D Grlnnoll + +++++++++++ + +++++++ A while ago It was Ghicnco that h discovered that bud cooking was re sponsible for niOt of the divorcee out i that wiy And no v it la a Chicago i momma who propos a that women ml e tuitUd to the Hulfrajo whenever they oun pt8t4 a aatlsfaotory examina tion in housekeeping She suggests that the qualifications would exclude f moat of her sex im effeo unlly aa the present barrier John Fox Jr is at his zenith of literary fame in Little Shopherd of Kngdnm Come It in by a Kentuck- Ian I of whom we ure proud null the book is dedicated to Carrie Duke of Louisville whoso fatner was chief among Morgans men The book was written in Kentucky April 1808 Every boy should read I tand know what resolution honesty and integri ty can accomplish even in abject pcv erty Every girl should know its con tents and profit by the faithful true pure example of Melissa nncnltnred 4iI JlrlIcould be Yet such a spirit as reigned in her bosom 1 Read it and see what high born men and women are their chivalrous temperaments and Southern devotion On the other side see how anl1lneverus like General Hunt who said That every roan on both sides was right who did his duty I Fate the greatest artist of nil takes little count of the careful drawing and the bright coloring of our fancys picture but with rude hand deranges all and with one swift sweep paints ont the bright and paints in the dark How all of us see our beautiful pictures vanish How we would cling to them and bring them back but Fate cruel Fate claims them and leaves us with only the dark side But that side can make us r solve life into a more definite purpose and we can tell the tale of pain Induced and conquered The moderate drinker may have Ins plane 0suys Ralph Connor in his Black Rock though I cant see it The only safe u an is the man who suits it lead and tights it straight L Anything else is heer humbug and nonsense Ralph Connor knows that there is a total abstinence side to the temperance question and It is tie only side that lifts the man into thes triumph of tinal victory Read I Black Rook and his Sky Pilot if r you would realize what determined souls can do and what influence can accomplisn a woman too Lady Mary Greys iiupening maniage is announced from South Africa She has a membership of that historic house of the British aristocracy which furnished a queen t to the throne in tue person of the 111 fated Lady Jane Grey a mulatto r Her mother the third wife of the l late and eightheArl of Stamford is a f coal black Hattentot Once upon a time affairs from South Africa failed t to enlUt our attention but the Boer war changed out attitude The most beautiful character in oil centuryofsuch as no other remedy for the diseases arid weaknesses peculiar to women lever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay fsoo in legal money for any case of Leucorrha Female weakness Prolapsus or Palling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure younggirlvice In circumstances where she dislikes to talk with the family physician about deli cate matters At such times write to Dr ryl R V Pierce chief consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute antidcredly confidential It Is foolish to consult i women friends or persons without medical traininllff es Favorite Prescription con i tains no alcohol is entirely vegetable and + was the first exclusively womans tonic on Int4 medicine for women t All other compounds intended forwomen alAnerves The little red corpuscles of the a blood are shrunken by alcohol All such compounds therefore do harm Dr pIerces Pleasant Pellets invigorate l the stomach liver and bowels Use them it awr mild cathartic Ii i C A WORD TO FARM TOILERS PAINES CELERY COMPOUND The Home Friend of the Farmer and His Family the labors and toils of the summer time IAfler of crops in the early autumn many of our farmers their wives daughters and sons find themselves in a condition of health demanding careful attention if suffering experiencekidneyIliver U torpid there is biliousness nausea and vomiting with loss of appetite and depression- of spirits Thousands who have been exposed to cold damp winds and rains while toiling in the harvest fields now feel the twinges of terrible rheumatism others run down by worry overwork and irregular dieting arc dyspepsiaTo and half dead men and women in farm homes we recommend with all honesty and confidence the workers friend Fames Celery Compound the only medicine that can quickly and fully restore strength to the weak body and vigor to the muscles Paines Celery Compound tones the stomach it removes poisonous acids from the blood which cause rheumatism it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes neuralgic tortures It purifies the blood and gives true vitality and life The use of Paines Celery Compound in autumn means the establishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand the rigors of a severe winter I DYESII color lackctf coats caps ribbons stockings 01 well II deceit No other dyes equal Dia mond Dyes In variety ofuses they never disappoint I We have a special department of sdrice and dyelllSendDirection book and 45 dyed sample free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt my knowledge is lust Heen Giles our youn missionary worker at Coal Gate Indian Territory f oui St James church Chicago She hue bltllI there now live years working for the Master Only a camp when she went there now it is in In jorinnt town of over 5000 Her duties are varion and numerous nursing the side comforting the afflicted relieving the poor bringing infants anti adults for Baptism teaching industrial anti Sunday school These works fill her days year in and year out there is no romance in her work there are no heroics But she has been faithful and has never tired in bringing souls to Christ and this is whit we would call true and undefiled religion God send to our domestic fields more such women women who have no desire to be heroines but only workers who i are not looking out for praise or ap preciation or advertisement or excite meat but are willing to engage in tile routine dreary but tremendously important for such woman the harvest in the domestic Held surely is plenteous The name of Dr Winnifred Green covers one of the most honest and genial of the strong womanly characters doing good work for man ana woman kind in the city of Louisville She has the tenduruefl of a woman with the determination of a man not only of faith but of experience gained as a trained nurse before taking a conrse and graduating with honor as a physician Dr Green is still dear to her old friends of this place where she lived in oar hearts as a young girl Winnie wo might say Winsome fo to our tunic mind in this quiet little village our hearts car scarcely follow her as Dortorns But she hnR lost none of her true gentleness her lady like demeanor in entering her profess lonnl realm She is n decided success commanding her share of practice and is very popular with a beaut1 fully euipped ofllcH in tin Pope building There is a calling for each nod everyman and woman in this world It is a war fore appointed unto each The idea is to choose the one best fitted ont to put us to the front Uur young friend has adopted her profess ion with this supreme thougnt and the light is not bright enough or the shadow black enough that would place one obstacle in her path way to pre vent her fighting out tthat eternal fight for helpfulness to humanity strong pure lovely lovable so quick to listen to the tragic pity of a broken life and as quick to offer balm for the wounded heart as medicine for tue today Miss Nell Green Is cashier for a large i isnronce company with a splendid salary While Miss Margar et Green is the homemaker in a beautiful cosy flat These dear girls have a love that seeks not its own and a faith that grips the heart of thing 83 they meet many joys bnt never defeat What a Brandenburg Meade county colony than is in Louisville to be sure They are till ever ready to extend the glad nand to an old friend and they bee to it that such a ono has a royal good time- National Forest Reserve Washington Deo 10Senator Gal linger introduced a bill today for the purchase of a national forest reserve in the White Mountains N H to be known as the National White Monn tian Forest Reserve The bill makes an appropriation of 5000000 to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to obtain tho lands ID COMPLIMENTS FOR MURRAY Gov Beckliam Thinks I im For Valuable Services Render ed The State IIT IS NOW GENERAL IIALY Frankfurt Ky Dec pThe rtsig nation of Adjt then David H Vnr r iy tiled some time ago tooK effect today and Gov Becklmm mode for IIIJH I iiiinoiineii ent of the ti point iiieiit of Ciil Pet cy tidy Area mt Assistant Adjutant General to succeed hint Col Murny will return at once countylandHaly will conduct the ollice alone for several weeks until the new Assistant Adjutant IH appointed Gov Beck l ham has already selected a man for j the place but his name will not DO givn ro the public until he la ready to assume his duties lu accepting the resignation of Gen Murray Gov Heckharn complimented hint on tllR work he has done for the betterment of the State Guards and speaks of his gratification that their relations both official and personal have been so cordial He addressed hurt the following letter December 0 103Gen D R Mur ray Frankfort KyMy Dear Sir I have your letter of November 22 which you tender your resignation Iin Adjutant General of the State and in compliance with your wishes it is accepted Ilu doing BO I wish to ex prows my appreciation of tile valuable services you have rendered the State during the time yon have held that office and also the office of Assistant Adjutant General Yoi have done much to build up and improve the militia of the State and I am sure theIcheerfully join me in their commendation of you for what ton have done It ie very gratifying to inn that our relations both otiiclal and personal have been so pleasant during the time yon have served witn me Your valuable aid when the State was in suet critical condition andthe militiwo completely disorganized should always be gratifnlly re wembere by the people of Kentucky With bust wishes for your success anti happiness I am very sincerely yours J C W Beckham Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual re commendation of Dr Kings new Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter flight with their troubles If not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beall of Ueall Mites has to say Last fall my wife had every symptom of con intnptionShe took Dr Kings NewDisj cowry alter everything else had fail Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggist Price GO and 1 00 Trial bottle free Join The Regular Army Sergeant Emmett Sxinner enrolled the following recruits for the regular array at Hn vesville last weak Robert J Rlchey Uloverport Wallace r Cotton Troy Ind Zarhana Taylor Ltnvlsport and Louis Lindsay Duke The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths Thers Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep I live Many sudden 1 pneumonia failure or apoplexy are the result of kidney disease kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisonedI blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and wastei away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kllmers SwampRoot the great kidney ivjr and remedyIt to hold and scald- Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manylimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and one dollar mayhavethis wonderful new discovery I and a book that tells all about it both byItheart heart often If urine sent tree by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Pont make any mistake but remember the name SwampHoot Dr Klllmers 8 warn p Root and the address BInghamton N Y on every bottle II oJl f1 IF I Try for Health 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO IM Oct 7 1902 light months ago I vas co ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly allI the time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate without great pain and I coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and lIounce protconsumptionIt they culled it and 1 had no de sire to live A sister visited ino from Pt Louis nail asked mo if I hail ever tried Wino r f Cnrilui I told her I had not and sho bought a bottle I bolievo that it saved my 1 life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value 2tdl JkrtULS Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wino of Cardui and stake one supreme effort to bo well You do not need to Lo- a wear helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WINCARDUI New Capitol is Favored Frankfort Ky D c 0 A canvass of the members of the legislature has been completed and it is found that the groat majority of them are in ftvor of a new capitol building and are in favor of erecting at this place It is believed that a bill for the erection of a suitable statenouse will be intro duced and passed to the approaching session of the legislature CASTOnXABears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought 9lgtutare Y cIofDemocrats to Decide Jan 12 Washington Dec nJomer K Jones chairman of the Democratic National Committee today issued a call for the committee to meet at the Shorehaui Hotel In this city Tuesday January 12 for the purpose of de ciding upon the titan and place of holding the Democratic National Con vention To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chanib rlans Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J H SeUz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impaired relieved mo nf a bloated feeling and causod a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels There are people in this community who need just such a medicine For sale by Short Haynes Every box warranted Sinlleton Allen Squire Robinson united in marriage at his otlice Friday Williaji Allen anti Louise Singleton both colored of Cloverport KjCann Hon Telephone Stops the Cough and Works iff the Cold lxnilvu linann Qulniii TitiUt Burn co d In ono rtiiy Noouro Nojmy Price 5o Two Eclipses text tear There will be two eclipses next year both of the sun Tnis IH time least number tint can occur in a single year and when this does hap pen both must be of the sun The first will oe an annular eclipse March 17 invisible in the United States except in tho Philippine I lands anti Gmun There will be a total ellipse of the Run September 0 This will also be invisible in the United States except in Hawaii The Lone Star State Down in Texas 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 friend who was with tiiui in the palace car Here lane one of tneee LI tie Early Risers upon retiring and you will be up earlv in the morning fOAling good For theitlark brown taste headache anti that logy feeling DeWitte Little Early Risers are the bust pills to use Sola by All Drug Co Deane Tie Company Changes Frankfort Ky Dec 11Incorpo ration articles were filed in depart went of secretary of State today ne follows Rose Creek Coal and Mining Company of Hopkins county with fJP 000 stock Elks Building Association of Mc Cracken county with 20000 cap Ital stock Deane Tie Companyof Breckenridge nonnty increasing Its capital from 12000 to 50000 and changing its name to Ohio Valley Tie Company PARKlR tiLLER Hiss Snllle E fllller Formerly- of This City to Marry Prominent Lawyer Invitations have been received in title city announcing the wedding of Mss Sallie Estello Miller formerly of this city to Mr Richard MuCno TheIday morning December 23 at 11 oclHk at Clinton Place University Heights New York oity After Jannary 1 Mr and Mrs Parner will be at homo to their friends at Strut ford Hotel Washington D C Miss Miller was born and reared in Co 7erport hut for a number of years ORS been rosining in Washington where she has held an important post tion in the Agricultural Department She is a sister of Mrs A A La Heist of New Albany Ind and Jas P Millfr of St Louis both formerly of this city The news of her wedding cornet as a pleasant surprise to many I citIand enjoys n wide and lucrative practice as one of Washingtons best law yore A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expen sive Occaslonly life itself is the I 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 25c at IShort Haynes Drug store Story on Wm smarti The friends of Win Smart are tell lug a good story on him the veracity acknowledgesIhinrseif the coldest days of the month and proIbaLlgo of the roof of Luis residence on flail road treet A ladder led up through the garrett and through the sky light onto the roof He used this as a means of ascent bnt when he wish ed to come down the ladder broke and left him on the roof Mrs Smart was not at home and he yelled lustily to thR cook to come and repine the ladder with something that would bear his weight so that he might descend lint the cold wind blew hard anti she heard not After repeated efforts he abandoned this plan anti sat down on the roof to wait until some pedestrian should puss oy and attract his attention But every body was indoors that could be and Mr Stuart kept company with old Boreas for several hours Finally his son came home to his dinner and liberated him from his cold positron Best Skating of Season Friday was about the coldest day of the season the mercury being only a few degrees above zero Owing to the continued cold pelt there was some skating the first of the month but the iej was safer last week and runny enjoyed the sport on Pattous pond OASTORXABears theThe Kind You Have Always Boucht Blgnatllro A 6r fIA Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Gu ears I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders w re one tnapa of corruption aches in bone snit joints bursting itching scabby skin was all run down stud discour aged but Bofrnic Blcod Balm cured me perfectly herded all the sores stud gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood nod new ambition into my brain Geo A Williams Roxbury face covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head supperating swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs nail scales pimples running sores catbunulep scrofula eto Especially advised for nil obsti nate cases that have rrached the see and or third stage Druggist 1I BloDlll8almBlood Balsa Co Atlanta Ga DeI Biribo trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter tie DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HAROlNS8URG KY Will prnetlcp his profession In all of the Jourts fir RrtCkenrlUKo and adjoining couh tIea SpecialI attention given to collecting road cases anil criminal practice License to jraftlco In United States District Courts Office over Hunk A Uardlnshurg HOLIDAY GOODS watches Rings Diamonds Sllvcrwarn und everything Kultablv for presents atmost reasonable prices citySondI trated catalogue mailedI PREetIc M WIS MAN w SOB istadd U LssIstillIe ty Laxative Bromo Quinine CuresaColdlnOneDayCnp In 2 Days A P1l boweryi 9 CQ box 2Sc IiGOOD I il Tenderdd- A d- Is Meat- S i a bodily necessity 3Inwinter time Q Y Cheating the body of its necessities is IiIiCriminal Negligence Dont be a Criminal a 0 IyouII meat rIIu Fred May i City Meat Market II- Ii = CLOVERPORT KY II- s emtdnt s AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA e Public Sib i C J will sell at Public tale on 5 Monday Dec 28 E Il i my place the Austin 3 Beavin farm near the pilnE 4all my Iotseholdanti en Furniture Farming Im iplements Stock and Feed consisting of 3 head of Horses 3 and 1 Mule 1 Mitch Cow 4 = flit Hogs 400 bushels Corn 2 tons iIny- Farming j 3 Implements E 3 CeE 3 E 4 TEKMSI OF SALE All amounts of 5 and under i4 cash in handover that 4 amount 12 months time with P approved = securityE WIHa Pemberton VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT V G BABBAGE Att0riiey at Law PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in net tling estates All collections rens noble Cloverport Kentucky J L MOORMAN DENTIST iI1ml oviTOtlzeslIurdwure Store Prompt attention to all kirx tf hints Work Special attention to PINE GOLD FILLINGS AND ROWN and BRIDGt WORK rings Moderate Jaiisliclicn Guaranteed BEDIIt CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Lifer dire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Sour StomachNo l breathlgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive I properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Va ayi I was troubled with tour stomach for twenty years ml4forKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only J 1 100 SJza holding 2M times th trW size which ells for SO cents Prepared by E O DeWITT A 00 OHIOAOO Sold by all Druggists r T 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Bdltors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OFTUANKS over 8voUnes charR or at the rote of 10 rents per OBITUARIES charged tor lineIcant per line Money In Eiiimlnotho label on your paper If It 1Is not correct uleaso notify us I IIhoWhen orderInn u change address subscribers should give thelrold us wrll us tbu How address I EIGHT PAGES l WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1003 Remember at this season it is more blessed to give than to receive Dont worry well have a rain andI a tobacco season before the holidays All good men end women will ap plaint Mrs Beckham for the nook stand she took in refusing toI lead the Inauguration Ball When the timo came for the dizzy whirl she stepped aside her husband following u her and the ball went on It takes t conrage to stand for your convictions The News had tho pleasure of din ing wi th the Hon D 0 Moorman the other day at his home near Glen deane Plenty of hog and hominy at Daves house broad acres to view fine horses to ride and a bevy of handsome I girls to entertain you Its a charming homo and a pleasant placeI to drop in I Our esteemed contemporary theI Democrat has again changed hands Brn Gore steps down and out and Mr Morris B Beard cishier of the f Bank of Hardinsburg and Prof Jos- H 1 Pile our county school superin jrtendent assumes control The Dem ocrat surely ought to be a go now with plenty of money and brains nits command Heros our hand an best wishes to the new proprietors Its the unexpected that always hap pens Honors unsought unaske were thrust upon us by our distinguished fellow citizens and members of the city council at their meeting Monday night when they elected us to the important office of councilman from the second ward Tis true its only for a short timeone month but we ap predate it all the same Well not naveI n chance to distinguish ourself but its all tho better for the people and th town We cant build water work- in one short month or put in an eleo trio light plant and thats fortunate for the tax payers In fact we cant do n thing for our county or city and perhaps thats why they overcam- us and wade us feel proudIInel glad if only for a moment There is one thing we can do however and that is draw our pay WEBER Edward Stevens of Floral spent last week at work hero for W L and W T Hardin w W T Hardin is still on the sick 11 tO B MicKle hilt bought W T Lind ay8 farm and will wore here in a few wore weeks Rev D I DowldH of Patesville and 0 U Coiler of Lyonia were at work for W L Hardiu K J Taylor was in Cloverport Fri day after goods for J R Hardiu s storeFrank Bradshaw was our store keep c1Frank and Saturday in J R Har D B Ewan of Daanfield moved bUCk hero last week E L Brown was in Hawesville Sat I urday r Mrs Lee Stevens and son Ed w were the guests of W T Hardin Sat urday Joe Bruner of Chambers has bonght tho saw mill of Mrs Lee Stevens that W T Hardin had turn ed over to her Deal MoDaniels and wife and Miss Lne Tichenor attended the funeral oft his brother Lnme at West Point church Sunday Willie Wheeler of Pellville was 4hereSunday the guest of N A HarI dinCharles Lynch and family attended the funeral of Charles Parrotts child Friday at Floral Tom Blanford of Owensboro was i here Saturday rt To Accommodate More Lines 5f Sirocco Ky Dec lCiipcIIIL The telephone line from Branden burg to Concord a by the way 0 fISirocco and Paynesville is being i rebuilt ind arranged tqtaccoinodate x more linesyF I y I1 1- I 4 IRVINtiTON Ed Shellman has returned from CincinnatiThe HInes was visiting in Dig Spring last week Union prayer meeting at Boptibt church Thursday evening The Baptist Young People will give an entertainment during the holiday odlire Galloway has gone to spendI the winter at Glasgow with her child ren W J PIggott was in Owensboro lust weeK attending the Millers Conven tion Miss Emma Munford sad Miss Bes sic Wrather go to Louisville ttiis weekMr and Mr3 D T Spradlin wilt have n number of guests during the holidaysMiss Wrather was the guest of Miss Ella Robertson at Gaston SaturdaySkating parties are again in vogue and the young folks enjoy this sport I immenselyMiss MudJ has returned after a lengthy stay in Louisville and other towns Mrs Ed Smith has returned to Louisville after a visit to Mrs George Lyddan Clare Jolly entertained her little friends Tueduy evening with quite a display of fire works Mrs Will Gardeners happy face iis seen behind the counter nt Jolly Gardeners department store The editor of the News was 1 in town Saturday and enjoyed the good cheer of his friend John L Henry Mrs G T Marshall was in Gusto a few days clerking in the store of her loon Albert who was in Louis villa Nearly every family in town will have visitors during Christmas week So we may expect an unusual amoun of gayety then Euibry Wrather who is attending school at the University of Chicago will come home Chriomas for a two weeks vacation raild road shipments are good Everybody busy getting ready for the play time Christinas week Dwighdt stopped on o Louisville and wero the guests of Miss EVil Herndon Mrs Lon Moreman and Master Lewis Bennett Mrs D U Heron ant Mary Duree were in Louisville last week shopping and looking for Santa China Finis Clajcornb who suffered such oef wetsI as his friends had hoped for He hilt been a very great sufferer the pas weekThe telephone exchange or sHltc aes Mrs Marshall has declined to act any longer So any one wanting the place can see Mr Nelf or Mi John I HenryThe Rev J T Lewis wont to Louisville Monday to attend Pastors Institute He returned Tnesda y and goes to Hnrdmsbnrg today to perform the marriage ceremony of Miss Ada Jolly and Mr Frank Payne Will Wimp Clarence McGlothlan Richard anti Walter Herndon Cray ton Claycomb Embry Wrather Her bert Piggott Louis Jolly are coming house to enjoy the good cheer that is always given to the boy when he returnsC Hennsef Is the live w ide awoke groceryman of toe town an you can find anything in the line o good groceries at his store Fresh oyster celery cran berries fresh fruits all kinds of cake ilowings and the fresh bakers fruit cake by the pound in fact anything in the line of first class eatables Don t fail ti call at his store He has what you want Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureJ F Cheney Co Props Tole do O- We the undersigned have known J F Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Trnax Wholesale Druggists ToledoO Welding Kinnan Mar vin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure taken internal y acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 7flo per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonial free Halls Family Pills are the best apt Hardaway Returned Dowley villa Ky Dec 15 ipe- oIHICapt BF Hardaway has been returned frets the Philippines ands stationed at Nashville Tenn as I recruiting officer for the next two ears J S jijirdiittitl flii STEPHENSPORT Jewelry at cost at R A Sbellmans Sam H Dlx went to Louisville MondayCranberries and celery at R A ShellraanB Mrs Sallie Bennett is at Sample visiting relatives Mrs Jennie Brook is visiting friends in Paducah For fanny candies fruits sail mixed nuts go to R A Sbellman L B Helm who has been ill for some time is slowly improving- R A Shtillinin his parch iod 1000 pounds of candy for holiday trade Mrs Francis Hickerson is slowlv improving from a severe attack of lagrippe Old Santa Claus himself with a full line of toys dolls etc at G W Piynes The Ladles Missionary Society met last Wednesday Considerable interest was manifested Mary Emma little laughter of Mr and Mrs A L Stiles le very ill with typhoid fever Geo McCnbbind has secured the srvlce of Miss Ida Jarrett as clerk during the holiday trade Come and price our goods before purchasing elsewhere Wellsave you money G W Payne We find tho telephone line that has been recently built from this place through Roberts Bottom a great con venience Pastor Jas T Lewis has accepted a call fwra the Baptist church to preach the first and third Sundays in each month Miss Pauline Moorman of Hills boro Texas who is spending the win ter with her n+ tnt MraM LRoberts has a music class at this place Mrs Andrew Crawford and non fortLake City Ark to spend the boll lays witn her daughter Mrs A S JohnsonMr Mrs U B Netherton have a months vacation and will visit friends and relatives at Irvlngton and other points His brother Thomas has charge ol the railroad office daring their absence Old aiother Nature has never been improved upon sometimes she needs a little assistance over hard places thoughBut when we assist her the nearer 1we keep to hr own methods and pro teases the better- Sometimes the digestive organs need help + eo have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in the stom Iueli hence the best help to digestion Is pepsin The pleaoantest and most istwith pure port wine as combined in soldhby all druggists in that form The port itself is a valnule tonic Small size CO cents large sizef 100 FORDSVILLE Coot Fields hRs returned to Louis rule Miss Ada Grim was in Qlendeane Wednesday Miss Anbio Camp of Habit hrs returned home Joe Lawson tins moved his family to Wbitesville Mrs Robert Armes has joined her Husband here The Ohio county teachers adula tion convened in the college Saturday GreendlumberfI mill Mrs Jessye Reynolds Rogers will spend the holidays with her parents hereMrs Robert Bransford will be here in a few days to remain tor the boll daysMiss Flora Haynes anti Tildon Mor rison attended the Wizard of Oz at Owensboro Thursday night Dr and Mrs Armes and son of Leitchneld have returned home after a visit to Mrs Mark Shrewfiberry Supt Archer of Owensboro lectur ed Friday night at the college hall on Pleusureville IfTno entertain ment was under the direction of Prof Mason anti was highly appreciated LOD1BURG A M Hardin is able to be out againOwen Parks was the guest of Mary Argabnght Sunday W R Hardin is in Owensboro for a few days with his family Ann ie B Grant line sole out her interest in millinery goods and has gone home for the holidays Miss Nellie Bashain of Louisville spent a few days with her sister Mrs Jessie Payne last week Mrs B A Johnson has just secured a nice line of Christmas gooU All wishing to purchase a present for their best girl or fellow will i VdpMrs BnlnK Robertson of Hen derson spent several days last week visiting the family of Wm N Head and other relatives Ed Robertson is spending a few days at the Johnson house und assist ing Mr Johnson in arranging his holldar goods Give them a call Mrs Uld French contemplates a trip soon to her old home at Loulsla Ky but will soon return to spend the winter with her mother and lath er Mr and Mrs Keys RECTOR OF ST LUKES Ashbiiriiliam Ontario Testifies to the Good Qualities or Chamberlain Cough Remedy Ashburnhaui Ont April 18 1003 I think it is only right that I should tell you what wonderful effect Chaw berlains Cough Remedy has pioduced Tim day before Easter I was so distressed with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able to tAke any duties the next day as uiy voice was almost choked by tho 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 three doses of tne medicine To my great relief tho cough and cold had completely disappeared and I was able to preach three times on Easter Day I know that this rapid and effective cure was due to your Cough Remedy I make this testimonial without solicitation being thankful to have found such a God sent emedy Respectfully yours E A Langfeldt M A Rector of St Lukes Church To Chamberlains Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes The NorthWestern States dThe NorthWestern Line Railway booklets and folders are usually interesting and the various publications Issued br the North Western Line are perhaps notably so Any one interested will do well to send to the Passenger Department of that line at Chicago for a copy of the leaflet just issued which containes a list publicationsTho in this leaflet to quote from its title page ontain n stock of information con cerning the natural wealth industrial activity transportation facilities and unsurpassed scenic beauty of the Northwestern States the worlds greatest seat of human endeavor calculated to make them valuable as disinterested books of reference The little leaflet is sent free to any address upon reg- aeatFurs +++ + ++++++ +++++++ i I iithllt godithis weather remind you ti ++ cold blust that would strike you iellMIIi of fun Wo have them for little Klrls und grown up women Beau tlful they around so cheap That little Klrl of yours or the wife could yeu ptcuse them better than by a gift of furs Como Into our store and see them and let us talk the matter over with you Jolly Gardner Co t Irving tOilS Leading merchants IRVINOTON KY I++++++++++++++ 4++++++ S Candies 1 rutsJ andSanta J v Claus s Boys 4 HONEST MIKE BOOT BUELLS Wo sell EDELENS grand old Honest Mike Boot Twenty years practical test crowns it lUNG OF ALL The stock in the Miko is tanned under the old fashioned long time cold liquor prucess rendering it soft tough und water turning 1i CALL AND SEE MIKE I 1 FRANK FRAIZE Jr r OOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOOOOOO CHRISTMAS H I extend an invitation to the people of Hardinsburg and Breckenridge county to visit my store during the holidays You will find a variety of Can dies at the most reasonable pricesOranges Bananas Nuts and in fact everything in this line have been inbought large j j quantities BUY GOODS From me and I will save you money JAMES ALLENHARDINSBURG KY The Breckinridg Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized ln1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UGHTFOOT VPrcs CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashiei a Accounts of Firms Individual and Corporations solicitedIAny business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest p id on time deposits otbs eee seeaaaseeeeeea ea eeeeeetleeeeeseseeeee- Ii First State Bank f IRVINGTON KY t W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPKR CashierJ Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Paid on Time Deposits 1 iiInteresteeeeeeeeeeeee ee etretree eeeeeseeeeeseeeeeeeea trrmrrrrtrOtlttIttIttItttlttltatIttlttltr1Ita OtIttatIt H EADQUARTERS FOR Santa ClausWill be at Haswells Store for the next three weeks Here you will find complete lines of all kinds of Xmas goods for chil dren and old people too Toys Best lino of Xmas goods ever purchased lo soil to nrcckcnrldgo county pco plla wo always keep a now fresh and clean lot of Candles Nuts und all kinds of Fruits tooWhenwhether you buy or not HaswelPsilAlOrtgiMAA1 +AitASIASt +litAARAitSl kilifitAi171AA74 RARA517ttilAA R- r f 0 t I T lt 1Ky1 YO- URCHRISTrIAS Store D Oranges I Bananas I IIand I Fruits of All Kindsjrc r 5 + a +wq JUST ONEi tVOR D that wtrd fe iaItMEANS HEALTHt Are you Troubled with Indigestion y headacheyBilious insomniaANY i othersladicatelnactiunoftho YouNeed tPillstEEr The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1C03 i 5 and lOo goudsC L Sippe Butterick Patterns J D Babbagp r agent I urday Wm Wihon was in Lo uisville Hat J E Keith was in Meade county I iJ last weeK i Lowneys chocolates the best matte at Heysers j FriRemember Brown is selling nuts f this Xmas f Remember Brown is in tho shoe business yet f NCandles from OK to 80o per lbO- i L SI ppel f Jesse Owen WitS at home from the r South lust week Saturday was pay day for the pub t lie school teachers Snpt McCracken of Louisville was in the oily Friday Born Deo 7 t the wife of J IT Larson Owensboro a boy H L Stader is now running a bus r from tbe trains to the hotels Miss Sue Branhear of Union Star- tF t has been sick for several weeks Silas Fawkins of Stephensport was in town Monday on business t B Y McCarty of Spottsville has a position in R N Hudsons office 1 jDr J L Llghtloot of HawasviHe was in the city Thursday on business The Ladies Reading club was entertained Thursday by Mrs C W MoormanMiss Bashaui of Raymond was visiting in the city Saturday end Sunday RObert Pierce went to Louisville Monday to visit nil brothers Allen I and Wallace Santa has unloaded all of cnndes nuts and fruits and everything good to eat at Hejsers Dr Miller the Osteopath makes his headquarters at Mrr Hoysers Toes days and Saturdays If you have t himaxarainntion PROFITThe tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows f what to feed his cows to get i the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children i Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood anemiaScottsEmulsion a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone iandbrain It is thestandard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample Be lure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy ScottBowneCHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c sad 1 li all druggists Fresht oysters and i oeleryU Lj SI ppel Remember Brown is celling candle this Xmas Carl Lisbon was In Owensboro Monday Rumember Brown is selling grocer Ilea yet Remember Brown in selling fruits this XDBB M Weatherholt was in Louisville Friday on business A chapped face menus bad a barber Try Judson Ctombs Big line of oranges at from 20 to 45o per doz at Heysers Lonnlo HefTner of Skillman was in town last week Remember Brown is selling fire works tnis Xmas Den Miller carao home from Alexia Ill Tuesday to spend Christmas Willie Newton of Louisville was the guest of Chas Bohler last woes Satin Honey comb candy the sweetest of all candy something new at He sers Edwin Jolly of Irvington was the guest of Capt J H Rowland part of last week Clint Squires ot Raymond was here last week the guest of his daugh ter IVH Remember Brown is buying dressed hogs and paying tne highest price themWith 1 purchase we will give any Bo article on our So counterO L Sippel Dont forget your girl r she wants a nice fruit basket a box of bonbons C L Sippel With every 1 purchase we will given any Go article on our 5c coun- terU L Sippel Mrs John Bnrk returned home Monday from a visit to Mrs Jack Jones and Mr Joe Friel at Victoria Walter King formerly of this city was down from Louisville Monday und Tuesday to sell n farm near town Youll need Rome nice cards to send with those presents Well get up Ito of the latest for L OcJ D Bab bage Was Beulah Robinson of Hender son was visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Z T Cox of Ekron last Sunday CUll Mattingly and J M Cannon of Long Lick came up Monday to Irvington to visit Mr Matfinglys sister Mrs Rhoiej Rev A Whitren presiding elder of the United Brethren in Christ was in the city Monday en route from Patesville to Louis ville Misses Juno Ham bloton Hallie Warfleld and Cleona Weatherholt are jlorkintr in J C Nolte Bros dry goods department during the holidays Mr G W Guill of Bowlevville was here Tuesday He has Rold his farm and came down to see the pnp erty advertised by Dr Newsum with- a view of buying The Cloverport Machine Foundry 33uipanyu machine shop turned out stne good worK last week among other things an engine for L V Dlmpns saw mill Messrs Hany Jabine of Louisville and John Jabine of Little ROCK Ark were the guests of their sister inlaw Mrs R L Newsom from Saturday until Sunday Nice line of glassware bisque tignre vases picture frames china cups and saucers and mAny other useful things for 5 and 10 cents at- C L Slppels t WEBSTER Our school closes Christmas Santa Claus is very much in eV- Idence to the delight of tne youngster- Ed Dillon of Hardinsburg spent Sunday here- Everett Tabor has moved into his new house Mr Hayne of Meade county ia moving here So much moving going on that we do not know our neighbors This fall has been favorable for corn shredding and our farmers arA axed up for the winter The weather has been very unfavor aUe for the wheat crop especially the late towing N McC Mercer of Hurdinsbhrg was hero on buciness last week Mist Boulah Hook of HanUnsbnrg visited her sister Miss Mattie Hook lust Saturday and Sunday Mrs T B Henderson and Mrs Perrin of Louisville are visiting rela tives in Owensboro Mrs S P 1arK and sons Wilbur and Harold went to Louisville Mon day to sep Santa Claus Miss Elizabeth Hall is making a protracted visit to friends anti rela tives in West Point Louisville and elsewhereMiss Kurtz entertained her numerous lady friends at a carpet rug tacking last Friday Charles Clay comb is making prepa A p 13 rations to build on his fdrtn near own Forreit Claycotnb one of our best young men contemplates emigrating to Oklahoma Mike Lyddan and Peyton Maycouio who are at school in Lexington and Lion Lyddon who is at Rnsselillp will be at home for the holidays The tide of emigration from hero to tho west within the last few years nas been heavy Mtny of onr best young people have gone to seek their fortune elsewhere- Dr L B Moroman of Irvington was hero Saturday Mrs Grayson Payne of Lolibtirg visited Mrs H O Keys Saturday- F M Knot is moving to the farm ho recently bought of Henry Livers near vjuston H L Kurtz and H H Norton each shipped a car load of stock to Louis ville last weeK Several witnesses from hero are summoned to appear in Squir Druryn court at Bewleyville next Friday Grant Robbins is moving from here to a farm he recently purchased of Chas Hatfield near Clifton Mills Ed Gaddie has returned from a visit to relatives inHnrt and LaRue counties Will Robbins is making preparations to move to Owensboro in the near future HARDINSBURG Quarterly court was in session last MondayJohn Mattingly of Olendeane was in town Monday Percy M Beard was in Louisville a few days last week Mr Will Tom Cannon of MoDan iels was in town lest Friday Sheriff Frank P Payne was here Monnday attending Quarterly court Dr J T Baker had the misfortune to loose a valuable cddle horse last weekMrs Mary C Heston who has been seriously ill for several days is much improved The Hev W H Culvert began a protmoted meeting at the M E church Sunday Mrs Eva Thomas of Leitcbfield is here visiting her mother Mrs Mary C Heston Thomas C Tousey and Via Robert son spent Sunday at Qleudeane the guests of frlenas Sh ruian Ball returned home Sun day from a visit to his brother God frey Ball at Caneyville Wallet Moorman of Olendeane is here visiting his brotner Captain Henry DeH Moormnn B F Beard returned home Inst weetc from a vi sit to bis daughter Mra A S Edelen at Burgin The ReJohn W Ennes of Har din Springs and James Paul ct Hudson were here nu a business trip last Monday Horace Scott has accepted a position as traveling saltsman for the Standard Oil Co His territory will be in Ken tucky and he will go on the road the first of the year Amon K inchebe has sold his inter est in the firm of Klccheloe Bros to Dr John E Kincheloe The change will go into filet about the first cf January There will bo no clump e in tbo firm name m u CASTORIAi For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought jHears tho Signature of Some Pointers Oatcopatby is scientific is reasona ble accomplishes good result is not a dangerous treatment and merits the recognition which it is rapidly receiving at the hands of reasonable people who are broad enough to give it credit for the results obtained Legi timate osteopaths do not claim fur their science tint it is a pure all Thqy do not raise the dead Th y do not go to the grave yards to do blur ness but go right along giving more relief and cures than any other practitioner Navigation Suspended Navigation on the Ohio river Is almost entirely suspended by floating ice and if the low temperature contin ues it will bo blockaded against all kinds of craft Young Boy Dead Mr Mack CiiFhrnan of Union Star lost n bright little son Monday night by death The funeral OOK place yes terday False Report Corrected We have learned that the report published in the News several veek Ago that smallpox had broken out in the home of Austin beGrand at Gar tield was false r se 0 r RLNewsoms COLUMN N w my frinndit I advise you nut to read the following lint if you exptct to hold on to Four money itS the liinpiu Luau will he very gent 10 latest u in sonar ol ihe I hul ill os offir d what Iis the tide ut ulviays renting property hell you ran buy I have several pieces of piopetty which have paid for themselves tree times I shalt take pleasure in driving sod around HII I showing you the city propel ly iCOOVuKI No 3 Ixit and MimiMn Kirn and nut I COO lcooNo5l Notl Trot and h uw Oak street tOt No I Lot und houi Forth lrIt KUOl ill s loi and house llustonstrift 5o- No 0 IAI Mad Itu S Third told Center MK- iNo JO lot 11101 lnnise Dunlins Lreek too Noll Lm Krstftirtvt VK- No U 1 J lot and house fShort liH 1111 400 No 1IJ Lot and house Oak tract ao- N 14 Pour pjstire lots 1v- u1o 15 Toll auto liouso SO- UNo o Lot uad house llirvr street WI Nol lot IIlIrl house Itlvur street Awl No is lot awl house Wiillsireft WI 751oNol Lot and houto Kustland SO- No SI Lot and house Center street o- No 21 Ixit Wall trout wa o24 lot Wall street illNo S lot und lioiuu walnut street 30 No II Ijtund liuu o felilardln aw- No 11lIt and house Center street 175 Noty Lot anil tows Centur street 173 125No3150Noitt75No1UONo34 75No50NoI 175Notf150NuNo 41 Farm 111 iicros and lou tJ HuO No 42 Kiirm 100 nevus und lioutO 100 No 43 Form A acres on 1ltu 300 No 41 Farm nleresand house on jilUo 00 Np45 Ruudlnlulr5acres Wa No 40 Voudiand 70 acres dJOONo47 WOOllllllflllucre4ul1No4S WiHMllamiraeriis 375 No 49 Tliree liulldlni lots Elm street 80- 0o50OncnrrtvutdatonoquarI7onplku 15 No 51 One 2story residence i rooms gtwdbarnIn blue grass also Imslness house Ox2S el tern and well ut Toblns 100horsesORDER BY NUMBER- I also have nn Austin Stono powerEdipsowill dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as last as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sullicient to run a situ mill Come to ItI Nowsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agreements and other writings done up liternryformfore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates 10 1 r1 A- IIjlIrWarts MI I fi + = = JAdvertisements ertpli under tills bead ut ono cent a word per week FOR 8ALEilAY FOR SAtE40 tons clover hay DAN s lIolt Ky WANTEDHOUSEOIHL ANTEDA good wliitu girl to do home work for small family Rood wages and a rood home for till right Klrl Address Vas Z T Cox Ekron hy 1VANTE- DjANTEOTrnsiworthy Lady or OunUc mini to manage business In this comity and iidjolnlns territory for liou o of oolld llnaiulal standing sOoO Mralglit cash sat iiry und expenses paid each Monduy illreet from liuuiliiuarters Kxpenfo nn ney ad vanced position permanent Address 11u- nsger COj Monon Illdt ChlniKo FOIL SAL- EFOit6ALEPatton I rick CHAM Itoineii TOR SALE FOIL SALEvlnrm of 380 ants four miles llnwloyvlllii Urn miles from leg Spring Kj on till UardlnslmrtI and lIlt Spring road Large twostory frame IIOUM in good repair good burn crib etc fen is In good repair Iwol cistern unfullliigsprlnc KiHKl stock water Also iresent cr p of corn tobacco etc some stock and farming Imple ments Fur further Information apply to D K Witt llewleyvlllc Ky or Itobtrt R WoixN Ixiiilsvllle Ky FOK SALE Durhitm30cuwawill sell any of above cattle very low They art all first cliiKH animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 lusprKo O L Green Kulls of Itough ICy MONEY TO LOAN LIFE In+urunco Policies bought for cash or on lit low rides Cull on or write toJNO P HARWELL Ju Attorney ut luw Hnrdlnsbure Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines I lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and On sol I tic Englnes MAHTIN GA1ILE 5111 3rd Street Louisville Ky JOlt SALE FOIL SALEOno Owen wood stove or heater good condition O T Sklllman Clover port Ky FOR nEXT KENT Tho mill and farm adjoiningFOKClifton Mills For terms apply to Ino IP iliuiwoU Jr attorney ut luw nnrdlns burg K- yBerkshire and BtPt Rocks FOR SALE Large English Herksblro lines and Ilurred Ilyraouth Itock Chickens lien Holt 747 4yJllis lisa curlingat I Iof herd K ItS In season Also Chi Liu iFell r n JOHN T FOSTER No 101110 ColCv Farming in the South fate Ilissoiuf r Department of this Illinois Central Railroad Company Is Usulnjr monthly circulars ncorlllnJo frulttirpwlnif vegetable gardening stock ralslntr dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tumicsice Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or llomesecker who will forward his name und address to thn undersigned will ho mulled fnf Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive und others us they ure published from month to mouth A r- 1L 4- ONNNNNN 1 0 e fifflI Keep Your Eye on theII I1 Christmas Store 1 i v Y I g Santa Claus + o f- d 0 i i iiWill be Here in all His i iIGloryI ji JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY tO eee NONe o 0 NNN0Ne0000 OOeeeeeeeel0e E III season with spot them palatable only CADICKSGOLD FLOUR I good Grocer supply you with Cadicks Gold Dust Flour millets by Ca dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND ee0e e eNeeNON01Nee0N Oe INNe1 eeeeNONe OOS iiDAN BROOKS CO iI LIVE STOCK Ii COMMISSION HERCHANTS i j CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i ooooNNeoooNNOee ooeo4toeeoo eN oeeooteooNeoNu n QDfiD lDtsoee eeoeceirQfD9DSDt1lD89 BLDtIDDi tlDitDth9ti 8 iLOWi CLOVERPQRT I I 2J lbs Soda for 5c at IIlcysers Black Jrck Stove Polish id for 5i Iti boxes Search Light Matches for 45e Cream01 01 Wheat lOc per box Quaker Scotch and Mothers Oats at ofIIBeat Brick and Cream Cheese at ISc per lb letIIIS 7c Polks Corn lUe Tomatoes lee Condtiiscd tit Milk Ic per can California Apricots Pineapple Chunks 2 I for2rii Best Can Peas lc nitndpas Soap 7 oars for We iljeerino Tar Soap bars for J5c Gold Dust Washing lPow der 3 for lr e oaaoeosaCO rr170 Rt lip 43GQaoa os aoaecasss 0CQeeQa SHERIFFS SALE By vlrtuoof u vuiullllonl cxpoim No 159 llrnUU to mu wlilcli Issued from tho clerks oltlcu of HrvckiniriilK Circuit Court In favor or 11 K licard Co iifiultiKt Common School DiMrlft No HO c L or one of my tlrputtas- will on MoiiUuy the 2Slh iluy of Dinxmbur 1WU lieiwfiiii tno hours ot U oclock u m und 4 oclock p m ut the courthouse door In IIiinlliisuurK Ky expose to public solo to the highest tiUilur the following dS rllifrt property or so mucli thereof us may iIHJ niLTstury to satisfy piiiliulll debt Interest und cOsts toWlt siv014 A ciTtaln tract of bald lying In llrirkiii rlilKU county State of Kentucky lioiindfdiiN follow IkKlnnlnK ut Whltworth and harries corner In Skapcs line thenco K 211 511 poles to u storm In IrtiruryH hue thence S 7V poles iliunuu 1021 511 voles to a stone In Wliltworth and Ilaruuk lino thenco Hi iKjIfS to rim bCRlnnln contalliliiK ono sere more or less und Is the same land con veyed by I uuc Wliltworlli niul wife to the Trustees of District No W und their stir sessors by del d duns 27th day of Juno IIKCl lIecordcu In deed oook No M piiRo4IS Also onuttove 21 anti onedesk property of School District No 00 Ureckonrldtto coun ty Kentucky levied upon us tho property of Comtnon School District No IK Terms Sulo will be made ou u credit of three months Ixmd with approved security required bearing Interest ut till rule of K front day of sale and rcplovhtbondSheriff H C sty II M Beard D 8 Dr Board Resigns Hardlnsbnrg K Dee 1Spec- hmlThe BrecKenridge County Medlclal Society met hero last Friday Dr Milton Board or account of his ontotuplated removal to Hopkinsville resigned ins position as secretary The Society recommended tho ap pointment of Drs A M Kincheloe R T Dempster and L B Moorman as members of tbe County Board of Health Tfie State Board makes these appointments the recommendation of the various county societies 1t Comes the when a chill in the air Hot Rolls and Tea Biscuits r aches the if they are good To nuiko both light and use a substitute will not make them as Your will I box Polks 13c 7 upon n l II ST L TIME TAHLt FAST HOUND No4tt Dully Vast Train leaves Clovormirt S07A M stoiis at west Iolut only urrlv esut IxiiUvlllul5 A S- iNo 42 Dally Miilliiild Kros leaves Clo rcrjKrt 041 AII stops at all WilY stutlonx arrives Louisville 1215 1 M No 44 Dully Mall and leaves Clo- Y rllnrt 4 4l PM stops at oSibway Millions ox cpt Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P M WEST ROUND No 41 Dully ht Louis Mull sad Express icavcs t lorcrport 10W A M arrives Evans vlllo Sr0 PM arrives 81 IouI1l1111 14 M stops only ut Iliiwesvllle IxwlsH rt Powors SpottsvlllonasketsNo 43 Evansvllle Mall und Express leaves Cloverport 733 PM Slops at all way stations Arrives at Kvansvlllc 1030 P M No 45 dally St Louis tast train leuvesClo rnriiort 1040 1 P M arrives Evunsvlllul M A M8t Louis OA M stops nl II II wes 11 o Owensboro and Henderson only Dullyleavell d stations Arrives lit Kvansvlllu 1100 a in KeturnliiK leaves Evansville at 5W p m a arrives at Cloverport H30 p m Trains Nos 41 K 41 and 44 make conncc lion lit Irvington for Kordsvlllecvery day ex i cept Sunday Trains 4lt 43 und 44 make con nection on Sunday for ford vllll train Thruosh ooaehesi on trains 41 II 45 and 40 Parlor ears on trains 41 42 hmind 44 Tlironch on trains 4S nd 40 Free reclining chair ears between Lonlsvlllu and J It Louis un trains 45 anti 40 Dr R T Dempster of OlendeanrT was elected President for the ensuing year and Dr ono E Kinohelou wa made Secretary of tbe Society Will Elect Officers Dec 26 Bowleyville Ky Dec lrSpeci- alBewleyvillo Lodgo No 228 F A M will meet December 2R to elect oCicerd Hour of meeting 10 a m All the members are conliully in vital to attend x MIJOra R U- F S WEDNESDAY DEUBMBER w iw THE fARMERSI INSTITUTE j 1 Concluded hats Ll 1trkt- msai 1 Nett At this swstea Mis+ Mortm Thg i land of Indt nlt diwKr AI he- frte I tracri g ttMAti tep Y uta tires of the mrtoiis Ifctm prinodiMl presentnl tea merits uf lhlr parwr A a Ix akrtka f UrwtKWsUe Ind h lk4bflt tW Hone ud J H nwHn y of Po yvilKs Ind about Type of Bu We it Jt and Why Tbt horse wqiiiw the rt earn iui order to gtv the beet value said Mr LoakrMtra BJ I te your hires in r early life to being handled kindly Severn a whip Halter early 111 life and break to harness when two 1 1yearsold oy nsinu double harness t with a gentle old horse Patiently teach him what yon want him to do never tear him and be ever watchful of him no matter how gentle or old Pattivg him behind the ears inspires confidence Feel good clover bay and oats and but little corn Good clover hay dampened will not give heaves Mr Gwultney illustrated his talk on The Ear w Select and Wbwith several varieties His ideal ear of corn has a wedgeshaped grain uni form sized cob as large at the butt as tip and grains cover butt and tip a Saturday Afternoon County organization for sub instl tute work presented by Mr Gwaltney and organization effected Lockridge on Deef Cattle for Profit Buys his cattle at a uniform weight of about 1000 pounds Wants stralglt back small legs low quarters springy ribs good in the heart compact jaws and broad slightly arched back Ad vises for shelter an open shed facing south and east with a hay rack out side His ideal feed is hominy hearts l and bran equal parts with good blue grass pasture twice a day Always de horns Considers clover hay about iO per cent better than shredded fodder Mr Gwaltney on Feeding Pigs for Profit Wants brood sows with long deep sides broad backs slightly lE 1 1arched broad short head strong we 9 9diem legs strong bones hard and flinty full deep wide chest and large heart girth Feeds sowa shelled oats wheat bran and clover hay Preters one litter each year from March 1C toII April 1 After furrowing doesnt for twentyfour hours then a light feed of ship stuff putting on full feeo when the pigs are two weeks old Be gins feeding pigs lightly at four weeks gradually Increasing to full feed Likes clover pasture and a i dense shado without dust and plenty t of pure water Feeds salt and ashes in a selffeeder and burns cobs for charcoal Uses crude oil for lice Never rings pigs and keeps contin uous growth Selh at from six to seven months old Miss Hoagland presents the subject i of township libraries and libraries i for Incorporated towns furnished by r the state 1 Saturday Evening V At this the Inst session Derby was selected as the place for the next in stitute 1 J Wheeler was elected Chairman Alex Cuuimings Vice chairman anti Clyde Cody Secretary- J H Groves of Rome gave his S methods of Feeding and Breeding t He raises and sells about 100 IIlogaI each year Raises two litters l1each year and keeps sows alone and j Injstuff Keeps brood sows on south hillside in winter Sells hogs at about twelve months and at a weight of 250 pounds Mr Uroves talk was tollowed by an excellent essay on Recreation in t Country Life by Miss Della Wlnchell of Toblnsport a quartette composed of Mesdames Sol Esarey and Curt Ryan and Messrs Sol Esarey and Henry Cleminonsa creditable essay on How to Beautify Country Homes by Miss Effle Weatherholt of Tobin sport an Instrumental duet by Messrs W B Get the Most t Out of Your Food i t You dont and cant if your stomach dltest I I gets tired easily and what it fails to dltest is wasted J stomachs I vous headache and disagreeable belchI ing I have taken Hoods Sarsaparilla at different times for stomach troubles and a run down condllon or the system and haveo been greatly benefited by Its use I would+ not be without It In my family I am trou C bled especially In Bummer with weak stomach x and nausea and find Hoods Sarsaparilla I r Invaluable K BHICCMAIC WChester Pa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills I Strengthen and tone the stomach and 1 the whole digestive system t t 1 r 5 1 KIDNEY and Backache ladder All Alt l re1JleTroubluCUREa Dropsy thent i DAat rMsi discouraged There Is a- uretorrou If iiocownry wrllo Mr rentier il ill has stnvt a llfo time curing lust such Ofc t sytwrs Allcousullailotu Free A cr vrl Itxlctnl In my bladder After teatJIIJ1I few tatilMof IIr Fviincr Kidney ace 1IItho ton I psltln gravel IIAIt M tore 11 a Marble Tho medicine prevented farther ruralfunnatlullUA K KS Orrlx Va i Sft 11t Askkttt HookFree Sure Curt Circular I- rVrST VITUSIDANE Fri fniilnNV Kur Sale Hy Shun t llaynes Oelze ol Cloverport and T J de In Hunt of Canuelton n very good essay entitled Among the Birds in Orchard and Garden by Miss Nannie Kinder of Tnolusport and another solo by Mr Clenimous Next E B Oglesby of Cloverport told how to make silo and silage He builds a rounded airtight silo He fills it with sorghum mainly whih he harvests with a harvester He finds it to be the best feed for cattle and thinks It Is the best winter feed in the northern states After Mrs A M Cocurell of Tobinsport rend a Womans Sigh for PocketBert Cunningham Chenault Ky came with The Big Red Apple and How to Grow It He proved ne knew how by presenting each one present with a fine salupleI Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubls Deep Staled Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney 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 I the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder t stone Brlghts disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder nree diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specie fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back dlstt appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is ItuaranteedII Botanic Kidney Specific givesII strength power and health to the kidII neys Acts directly on the uric acidI and dissolves and destroys it Plea ut to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE I Of Samuel Heyer of Rockvale I Who Died August 31I 1903 1 The deceased was the second son of Mr and Mrs Micheal Meyer off Rockvale KyfHe wai born at Burns Ky Jan ill 188i5 being in flip twentieth year of his age when he died Tnns was he cut down in the very dawn of a bright and promising young manhooa IHe was wellknown througnout the I county and being of a frank generous disposition he made numerous friends wherever he went He was employed hi the Fords ville Livery Stable when he tiled and hap come home to vi sit his parents He had been at home only a few days when typhoid fever claimed him as its victim Loving relatives and friends tought earnestly for his life but Death was too strong for their utmost efforts and on Sunday nightI after an Illness of five weary weeks his spirit returned to Him who RaveII It A FrleneI You Know What You Are Taking When you take Orovei Tasteless Chill Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing I hut It Is simply Iron cureNoNow Located Near Agra IAlfred Polk formerly of Tobins port Ind writes that he and his family are LOW located on an elgny acre farm one and a halt miles from I Agra Okla Agra Is in Lincoln county and about fifty miles from Oklahoma City It Is a railroad town and will soon have direct connectlous with OKlahoma City end St Lonis Mr Polk and his famllylt will be remembered left Toblnsport this fallJJ and settled first at Lindsay Indian I Territory o DellavenSmallwood Miss Rosa Lee Smallwood and Mr Ferd DeHaven of Fordsvi Ho were married Monday evening at the resi deuce of Mr W H Williamson on Pearl street The ceremony was performed by Rev W JtMrller Mr and Mrs DeHaven returned to their home this morning t ut46r rR ct i- r1C RS ARE SELECTE D Members of C Sew Council at Caucus Choose iPeu Appoint ive City Officials LAST MEETING O3 OLD COUNCIL a The member or the new city council held a cauurs meeting list week and selected the citizens tvlioui they will aopolnt as cityufilcinls when they cOllie into office the first Monday in January Only two of the oM appointive officers will be rein stated They are Marlon Weather holt city tax collector and L oJard Oelze city clerk Orfilo DeHaven will be appointed city marshal J A Berry city treasurer J W Pate sinking fund commissioner and Jno Patterson city bssessor The present incumbents of the four named offices are in their respective order R O Willis O T Skillman C B Skill man and Win Perkins There was a r ie vote an to the electron of lamp lighter and the decision of this point rests with Mayor Reid to be acted upon at the future council meeting- As the old council didnt finish up its business at the regular meeting Neat week it has an adjourned mooting set foruoxt Monday when it is ex pected to complete its work Bradley In Politics Again Cincinnati 0 Doc 0Former Gov W O Bradley of Kentucky who is here today declares that contemplates reentering politics His health prevented him from con tinning in public life after his term as governor closed One Hundred Dollars a Box is the value H A Tisdale Summer ton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He says I had the piles for twenty years I tried many doctors and medicine but all failed except DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It is a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients re lieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles sores cuts bruises erzema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold b- An Drug Co To Be Given After Christmas The local A O U W lodge has decided to give its tacky party but will not do so until after Christmas tbe exact dote not being fixed as yet Their contemplation of giving the party was mentioned in the News several weeks ago Rev Join Reid Jr of Ureat Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement It is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed Rev Francis W Poole Pastor Central Pros Church Helena Mont After using Elys Cream Balm sl weeks I believe myself cured of catarrh Joseph StewartOrand Ave Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 60 cts or mailed uy Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New York At L II St L Shops Parlor far No 42 Is out after being rfvarnished and repaired Express car No2 to be used on the Cloverport accommodation is cbout completed The car Is being nnilt to replace baggage car No 2 which was burned sometime ago It Is of i special pattern Louis Ashworth of Mti Sterling Ind has a position as machinist Wrong to Waste Gas Frankfort Ky Dec DTho Court of Appeals the whole court sitting today reversed the decision of the Meade Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth against J H Trent and others In reversing this opinion tho conrt holds that It is against the law to willfully waste natural gas or other resources of the State Date of Next State Fair The Kentucky State Fair of 1004 will be held September 20 to October 1 inclusive The dates were an Dorseyfwere received by M W Neal tllA representative of Kentucky at the meeting of the National Association of State Fair Managers Mr Neal is now at BlUmore the North Carolina estate of George W Vanderbilt where arranR ments are being made rod the sale of all live stock formerly raised under the supervision of Mr Vander bill if L Y c Letters Sent to J1rsJ P Ale ann IFormerly of This City Threat cuing tier With Ueath A special front St Louis ofII recent date says tho following Letters Slut to Mrs Jns P Mo Cann willow ot the wan for whose murder Lord F Seymour Barring ton Is awaiting trial threaten her with death unless she destroys evi dence in her possession which she Intends to use against the prisoner A body found In a quarry at Bonflls St Louis county a few days after McCnnuo disappearance has been fully IndentiHed as that of the wellknown horsumhu Mrs Mo Cann in bitter against BarrLngtou of whose guilt she has not the shadow of doubt She said tl day The wretch ought to be burned at the stake Oh if there were only more KentnoKians in St Louis enough to taKe him out and burn hllllI would like to set fire to the pyreMrs McCann wall formerly a Miss Calloway who with her sister con ducted a millinery store in this city several years ago They occupied the brick building known as the ole Bank building which was on the corner of High and First streets before it was destroyed by fire in 1001 The Misses Calloway are well remembered here Resolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in yonr system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bittern will quickly dismember the troublesome causes 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 tbe usual attending aches van ish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is retuned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Foster Daughter of JW Pate Miss Sadie Nichols of this city who was married on December 3 to James E Fowler of Weldon is a foster daughter of J W Pate the miller of this city The wedding took place at Nest Point and way preformed by Rev Crandell of Brandenburg Mr and Mrs Fowler will reside at Weldon OEl STORIABear the TU Kind You Hare Always Bought 8lgitatareTo Improve Asylums The next Kentucky Legislature will be asked to appropriate 1250000 to improve and make additions to the insane asylum in Lexington Lakeland and Hopkinnville also for tbe feeble minded institute and the deaf and dumb asylum Good For Children Tne pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaOrippo because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes enact right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflam mation heals and soothe and cures per mantly by enabling the lungs to con tribute pure lifegiving and life sus taining oxy en to the blood and tie sue Dr Armstrong of Delta Tex prescribed it dally and says there is no better cough remedy made Sold bAlI Drug Co Says Bathing is Dirty Chicago 111 Dec 10 Prof John Dill Robertson a Chicago physician sivs that bathing is foolish mind causes hundreds of ills To bathe is to be dirty ho declares He also condemns the dry rub To Cure A Cold In One Day AlldrulntlstsE W Ones signature Is on each box 2ta Amount Local State Taxes Sheriff Frank PayuA has received his quietus for State taxes he and his deputies have collected for the vearI 1003 The amount for Brecktnridge count that he took to Frankfort was 11843224 As is usually the case there are a number of tax payers who are behind with their county road and school tix and are suffering the 0 per cent levy ConstipatlViiI Does your head ache PainI backof your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia2- 5c All drS2lt uUfulbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE W1S100 e Duru L P t r+ Mui NH U I j 1 Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane- it cnrct catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quIcklyCream Iota the nostrfll spreadsHalm le placed over the membrane and U absorbed Belief Mm mediate and a cure follows It Is not drying does Dot produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug guts or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckeniidge Circuit Court Jnmua T Skllluian Plain- tiffvsSale Notice W L Tnroin c Defendant By virtue of it judgment and order of sale of the Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1003 In the above cause for the sum of 007 68 with interest there on nt the rate of 0 per cent annnui from October 10 1003 until paid and all costs hereanl shall proceed to offer for sole to the highest and best bid der at public auction on the 28 day of December 1003 at the door of the Court House in Hardinsbnrg Ken tucky at 2 oclock pmII being county court day upon a credit of 0 and 12 months loan retained to secure the payment of tbe purchase money the following described property towitTnree certain tracts of land lying and being in the county of Brecken ridge State of Kentucky containing total of 143 acres more or less bound ed as follows First tract Tract lying on the waters of Sinking Creek and begin ning at three small post oaks near n spring en the N W side of the 030 acres tract owned by John Dowoll in the year IF2f1 thence S 80 poles to two black oaks another corner to said 080 acres tract thence with another line of said tract 100 poles to a stake on said line thence N 80 poles to a stage in another line of said OHO note tract thence with said line Ion poles to tbe beginning containing BO acres more or less and Is the same conveyed to William Hall by Orrin Harman and wife by deed dated Feby 16 1067 deed book Y page 4478 Second tract Tract on the waters of Sinking Creek and beginning at a stonecorner to William Halls 50 acres tract thenoe N 15 W 24 poles to a j rook corner to the 20 acres tract thence with a line of the same N 18 E 40 poles to a post oak another corI1 ner to the 20 acre tract thence N 85 14 E 188 poles to two black jacks In j Willis Hardins line thence with his line 85 poles to 6 post oaks a corner to the 50 sores tract thence with the line thereof 100 poles to tne beginning containing 50 acres more or less and is the same land conveyed by H U Johnson and wife to William Hall by deed dated May 2 1871 Third tract Beginning at a stake or rock in the ling of Turpins 83 acre tract on the North side of the rood thence with his litfe N 70 ples to his corner a rock between pointers tnence N 5 E 140 poles to a small black oak in the line of the 20 Ore stir rep thenc with a line thereof S 72 E 10 poles to a rock thence S 119 L E 26 poles to a rock corner of Halls 50 acre survey thence with his line S 80 poles to a rock and post oak theice with another line E ICO poles to a post oak tbence V 12 polfs to a rocK on tne road thence with tbe road H 75 W 51 poles to a rock Robert Halls corner thence with Halls and Dwells line to the begin ning Containing 43 acres more or less Deed conveying said land Is recorded in deed book Z page 81 Approximated debt interest and coxt 760 Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made The purchaser must execute bond with approved security hearing legal Iinterest from date of sale until paid having the effect of a judgment Bid dors will be prepared to cornrly promptly with theso terms H D H Moorman Commissioner B U C Postmaster at Ammons Washington Dec DTames W French was appointed Postmaster at Ammons Breckenridge county Ky today It is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of nnicuown cow position When a person is really sick tbe nest course is to call a physician Often times however a person is run down and out of sorts without being actually sick At such times a good common sense digestive tonic is usally all that is neededSuch a tonic is Walthers Pepfon Ized Port which you can get at any drug store it consists simply of pure port wine and pure pepsin The first gives you new blood new life the second prompts a perfect performance of the digestive func tions Small size 50 cents large size 100 Another ig Merger Chicago Dec 10Final arrangement were made today for this incorporation of tne Interstate Telephone association into une company This means nn amalgamation of over 4000 independent telephone companies In Illinois Wisconsin Kentucky Mis souri Iowa Indiana Pennsylvania Nebraska Minnesota Ohio and Michigan involving property valued at more than 00000000 This notion was taken at the closing of the seFeion here today by the association Permanent committees were appoint ed to work upon the plans of notion for the new compan V y J Jti AN NNNN NNINNIN- i+ HOMEa i iii IIGOFF MAYS lunches awlr= pnrell by an expert that even the daintient appethis relish them IWhen ynu arrive in or lease the cltYI1Ue at night or in eaily morn ing ami want a lunch oU willhI always Restaurant find s n Ice nt the Home t ffMENUHam or Steak Bread lOc Hani or Steak Eggs Coffee Bread ISc Potatoes Steak or lIam Eggs Coffee Bread Pickles 20c Haw or Steak Vegetalleflh Yr f I Coffee Bread Pies Cakes ijJ 25c NN il JI 1 Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBER G DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS 1t SHINGLES LATHS h LIME BRICK i i CEMENT ROOFING ETC I Beautiful f HDIHBS f need Keiskers 9 FurnitureWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished in this and other statesIOurs Iis the LEADING FURNITURE STORE in LOUISVILLE and the SOUTH JWONT YOU BECOME ONE tOF OURt- t Customers FURNITURE makes an ideal CHRISTMAS GIFT No 586 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO Mow about the West or Southwest- IF 1 TO TIlE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WHY NOT ILAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HEN DERSON ROUTE You cant get better r- r I service t r FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL I EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KEN TUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND TilE WEST AND J SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOG NIZED AS THE OFFI CIAL ROUTE FOR COM F 0 R TABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST f Get the Henderson Route habit- ROUNDTRIP HOME SEEKERS AND ONE WAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRSTtAND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us first art 1- w L J IRWIN OEO L OARRETT Gqnl Pasagr Agt Tray Inssgr ARt LOUISVILLE KY sr q J 4 rCw i Al fS ddRRr ST NICKS ADVICE-S S Time by the forelockand the worry out of Christmas Heed the advice of St Nickhes your good friendand prepare early for the holidays The old fellow has again made our store his headquarters Hes been busy these many weeks filling our shelves with attractive gifts from all the world over Hes got presents for everybodynot a single person will be overlooked if he can help itbless his old heart But dont crowd himgive the old fellow a chance NOWS THE TIME TO STACK UP and heres the place to stack Choose your gifts early while the assortment is full Then you can tuck em away in some secure place till Christmas Eve and give yourself up to mirth and jollity with a right good will We cant begin to tell you the good things we have Just callseeing is believingand your eyes will rest on the most bewildering display of holiday goods Kentucky ever held OUR STORE IS SANTAS HEADQUARTERS Weve gifts for Father Mother William Susan Cousin Tom and all the relatives We feel sure you cant name a desirable gift that isnt among our assortment Our store has for years been chock full of holiday goods at Christmas time This season every inch of space is crowded WE ARE JUST RUNNING OVER WITH GIFTSc that will delight the whole familyTOYS FOR THE BOYS Please the boy and teach him at the same time Our mechanical toys will give him a liberal education and make him happy all the year around Steam engines Automobiles Mechanical trains with track Telephone Fire Engines Air Guns Printing Presses etc THE GIRLS ARE DELIGHTED with such beautiful things as we offer Dollsbig little and smallevery one a beauty Doll Houses Toy Tea Sets Stoves Sad Irons Pianos and everything to please the little Iladies BOOKS FOR OLD AND YOUNG Make the winter evenings pleasant and profitable with interesting books We have Xmas books juvenile books Mother Goose Rhymes and story books of all kinds Bibles and Testaments in good bindings at low prices More books this year than ever before WRITING DESKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLSi Nice pleasing gifts for little people Foxy Grandpa Games and games of all kinds A toy store flerrygoround or LooptheIoop will delight the children DONT FORGET THE BABY Our Building Blocks are just the thing for the youngster Give him a trumpet and let him exercise his lungs Rattle musical toys wagonsthey all I make little folks happy Anew chair rocker or gocart will be what Bady needs PHOTO FRAMES AND ALBUMS Here is everything to make home attractive Bisque figures Candlesticks Pictures and ornaments of all kinds t FROM THE FAR EAST i The most distant place of the earth have sent their best by St Nick to our store Chocolate pots Teapots Cracker jars Sugar and cream sets olive dishes cake plate5 beautiful table ware of every shape and variety PSTNICK ihasbeen busy for YOUR benefit Hes sent his latest novelties and most skillful work Look at the interesting collection f USEFUL MANICURE SETS1 i Pin trays Comb and Brush sets and Ink Wells Gifts like these are everyday reminders of the givers kindnessM THE NEWEST THING IN ST NICKS PACK is Rozane The most ornamental and artistic gift you could select for your friends MAKE CHRISTMAS SWEET Step into our basement and take your pick of the most lucious fruits and sweetest candies the world can supply Oranges bananas grapes nuts and candies of all kinds iC iJC NOLTEI BRO Cloverport Far 7 u dJwr4 it liI 11 he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DEUEMBER 10 1 loa BRANDENBURG Thu holidays bid fare to be gay Gough Worland Co are head quarters for Santa Claus Miss Mftvdee Pusey has returned from n visit to Louisville Miss Bernice Slmoklett Js the guest of Mrs Tliomases family The Rev J1 Hart preached last Sunday morning and evening Mrs Hobbs tins returned from West Point and is with her son James BlandServices will be held the fourth Sun day in the Baptist church which will bo ready for worship Mrs Vreelnnd and her daughter Vivian of Chicago are visiting Mrs Vreeland of this place Misses Imo lurant and Agnes Haynes are spending this week with Mrs Beall Grinnell of Louisville Mrs Ueall Grlnnoll and children wll arrlVA next Sunday to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs E It Bondnrant 1Mrs Thos Ditto and daughter Vir glum have returned from Hnnlins burg where they attended the funeral lofher mother Mrs Moormant l Stock Exchange is laid on the S c Long Hairror n Ie About a year ago my hair was i earning out very fat so I bought a bottle of Ayers hnrVigcr It myhnlris 45 inches in lengthMrs A i Boydston Atchiwi Ktns Theres another hunger than that of the stomach Hair hunger for instance Hungry hairnecds food vigorAyerThis Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy slot Mate AI drulilst It your drucelst cannot cupply you tend us one dollar and w e wifl express you a bottle lie sure and glre the name of your nearest rresoffice AddrcM J C AYKK iOf IiweilMaM READ THIS BowlIng Green Ky June 12 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI have need your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for Kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble RespectfullyJ A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of tho Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad dor in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Hold by fill druggists Office 2031 Olive street shelf for Wigga the latest game Anything pertaining to the Cabbage Patch is interesting The ladies of the Catholic church here cordially invite their friends to attend their Bazar to be given Dec 2324 from 0 a m to 11 p m each day The two Sunday schools will give a Christmas entertainment There was a meeting with Mrs G H Cue perke Monday for preliminary ar rangement BEWLEYV1LLE Mrs J U Beavin is not well Z T Stith is thu uiim who has the hay Mica Florence Cain closes her school at Pleasant View next Friday Mss Kato Robinson IsH staying with her aunt Mrs Eli Wilson Mrs Eddie Perrin has gone to Owensboro to visit Mrs George Jolly Bob Jordan Ileft for Pembroke Mon day to be salesman in a dry goods storeMiss Clara Jordan has returned from n visit to her aunt Mary BeauchampMrs Stamps TIB here from Illinois to see her sister Miss Mattie Clnrkeon who is very sick The good people of Irvington were kind enough to let ns have the bennti fal Sunday service of their Quarterly Meeting Deo 0 llor which we give them thanks Golden Rod BIG SPRING Ben Clarkson was in Louisville last weekJack Collins was In Brandenburg last Wednesday Rev Russel is able to bo out with his arm in a sting Dr Strotber was in Louisville last Monday a nil Tuesday Mrs John D Meador and baby are in Fordsville visiting her parents Henry Hardin is expected homo about Dec 20 to spend the bolldaysI John Richardson received a carload of registered Angora goats from Texas last week Rob Fttirleigh of Uopkinsvllle spent last week the guest of his cousin Dr Strother Mrs Charles NorrIs came down from Louisville Thursday and remain ed over until Sunday Henry Bush was at Irvington Tuesday nail his little nephew Everett Dash accompanied him home Claude Taylor was down from West Point a fow days lat week tne guest of nis grandmother Mrs Ainandn ClarksonThe ipnrtcrly meeting for this circuit will be held at Mays Grove the fourth Saturday and Sunday of this month Dr Strotller has added to his office outfit a compressed air npparrttus for the treatment of nose throat and catarrh troubles freHoliI es lI1RIquglh li liglii lIllllUlplll cames6oone in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers EKRON Old Banta IB at Frymlres Dr Jake Shacklett is at home Presents to suit the entire family at Frymires Henry Dowell la at home from Grayson county Ben Guociry spent Saturday and Sunday with his family The friends of Mr Iko Owings are glad to see him out again Dont full to uo to Fryrmrea to get your Christmas candies nuts and fruitsMr and Mrs Shell Hoard spent Saturday and Sunday with their par ents Mr and bars Cravuoft Dan Roberts spent Saturday with his sister Mrs Dutch Richardson Mr Koberts ia in very feeble health Mr and Mrs Win Fryinlr Miss Minnie Allgood and brother were guests at Mr Henry Adkissons Sun dayMr Elvis WImp and Miss Houston Owings visited Misses Connie and Hettie Dowell of Vine Grove last weekZ T Cox and family and Mrs Dan Shacklett spent several days last creek with Rev and Mrs Drake at Cen tertown RAYMOND Born ta the wife of Sam Ater Dec 11 a girl Bennettson of F W Hall is slowly improving I1ss Lucy Payne is with her sitter Mrs Frank Hall Mss Dee liushain spent Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport James Beal will move to Webster on Charlie Ulaycombs farm Mesdames Lew and Henry Casbinan were ip Pnynesville shopping last weekClint Squires visited his daughter Ivn at Clovorport last week Mrs J E Mercer and Miss Bettie stunt two days last week in Irving ton A singing master could get ub a good school here and one is needed very much Sam Johnson arrived home from Illinois lust Thursday accompanied by his friend Mr Snuther FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates the bowels and stomach stops i crying cures summer complaint jii- ii jII j while teething lib bowels seemed F ri beyond control Three physicians ro rave him Pink Mixture 3 saved his UrOwens say enough = It saved our babySresume without this J 7 0 7Je gad50ebotttesson ever package I Macey bock II not satldacioty Itlooe I sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROIT MICH + FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS frlndhrestlon1IOtablcta Oc blonplo and book free 1 Sold by all Dru llstsll 9 p rM N H G BB RTI iofElizabethtown Ky or DISTRICT AGENT FORt I Ii HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK 1 rr Z THE LARGEST COflPANY IN THE WORL- Ds This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING nnd TORNADO t INSURANCE giving tho most liberal contract on farm and 2 town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in epee of Toes + Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up F J iiJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky NOiONNlNNONO 0 N00 0 NNN NN 00 00 NNNNON NN 0N1 00 N NOON NN sI Bank of Hardinsburg iiOFFICERSM H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORSy o Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic 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