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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 A r J c I i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 ALL THE NEW THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 I VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1904 8 Pages NO 25 IA SURPRISE TO THEIR FRIENDS The most surprising wedding of the season was the marriage of Miss Halite Warfield of this city to Mr Walter Marlow of PatesviIIe lasti Thursday evening Their friendsI knew that they nail been sweetheartsI for several years but only a few of them had been let iinto the secret of 4t their engagement The ceremony was performed at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Chas Warfield at 0 oclock by Rev P L King of the M E church South The bride was charm ing in a handsome brown travelin dress The attendants were Mr go Wilkerson of New York city and Mr 1t d Mrs Frank Fraize nnd Mrs Etta Evans of this city Besides the par ents of the bride Mrs Jake May and Miss Annie May were present Mr and Mrs Marlow left on the 10 45 train Thursday evening for St Louis where they were received New Years day by Mr Lonnie Marlow a brother of the groom From St Louis they went to Gainesville Texas wiere they will reside Miss Warfleld has many friends in this city and is one of the most popu lar members of the younger set Mr Marlow is a son of M V Marlow the wellknown tie and stave dealer of PatesviIIe He has many friends both in the city ana the county Hu now holds a good position with a Chicago telephone company and IP located at Gainesville Cured After Suffering 10 Years B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiv ing any permanent benefit He says 4OntJ night while feeling exception ally bad was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item the paper regarding the merits of odol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded try it and while I had no faith in I felt better after the second dose fter using two bottles I am stronger nd better than I nave been for years lad I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia pure to my frlendd and acquaintances uffering from stomacn trouble oil by All Drug Co I I Derby Boy Becomes Famous Carroll Mitchell who was born at erby Ind and is a nephew of L L itchell former treasurer of Perry unty ia now captivating the Czar of Basslu and other foreign notables of Europe with his suPerb work as a ijockey Goes to Argentine Republic Brandenburg Ky Jan 5Spe- cialThe Rev J L Hart has hand ed in his resignation to his church to take effect next March He will go to Argentine Republic to labor in mis slonary fields t GApTORZBern thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature YIof Wagon Ran Over Ills Body Shreve Ky Jan 6Speoial z ill Murphy of Narrows was so Jfrely Injured yesterday by his horses taking fright and the wagon partia lly loaded with coal passing over bis body A VestPocket Doctor Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early Risers A vial of these little pille in the vestpocket is a t certain guarantee against headache biliousness to pid liver and all of tho ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Drug Co Jess Howard Now Buyer The Hon D C Moorman of Glen deane left Monday for Frankfort to attend the Legislative session Jess Howard is now buying tobacco for him Mr Moorman has bought about r200000 pounds I You Know What You Are Taking f When you take Qrovo Tasteless Chill Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on f every bottle showing that It is simply Iron v and Quinine In a tasteless form No cure HO pay PrlcoMc Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kind 0ness shown us during the illness and death of ourbe oved wife and mother lMra P D Plank C Tho Family r Yf I eeeoe0ee00000000o0e0e0 + f Your Appetitej i Satisfied fa- r25c I I I IYes sir well satisfy your appetite for 25o with the best tasting best cooked grub placeGood= with 4 gravy good br adcoffee + o deserts and any thing you iWheni l dinner and let you sit o jIgood fire in a comfortable o Wo are glad to have Well beyou como ready for you with u house full of J hospitality and plenty toiit cat I 0 Hope yon have had a pleas ant Christinas Well good + bye dont forgot to come and 1 see us 2I Home Restaurant KY0CLO1nRPORT 4 0000000000000000000000000 QUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EBreckinridge Bank- At the closo of business on the 31st day of December 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 12018924 Overdrafts unsecured 15075i Duo from NationalBanks S 140355S Duo from State Hunks and Hunkers 8505 43 23501 01 Hanking house and lot 37 4 7- 1Otherstocksandbonds 63809 54 Specie 5060 00 Currency 10770 58 16 730 58 Furniture and fixtures alM 66 S 235300 69 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In cash 45100 00 Surplus Fund 0039 17 Undivided profits 400 00 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid S 59270 25 Tlmo certificates of deposits on whlcl Inter est is paid 121890 71 161160 Ofl Unpaid dividends No 59 3 per ct declared this day 00 sliNFund to pay iji 50 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability- of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if sucn In debtedness exceeds so per cent of cupltal stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 00 How Is Indeotcdncss statd In above item I secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or olllccr It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How Is game secured Docs amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the com puny or firm the liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No It so state amount oT such Indebtedness Amountof last dividend 135300 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of tho bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes 233300 69 STATE OF KENTUCKY ss County of Ureckenrldgo fIf A U Skillman Cashier of the Brcckon rldge Hank a bank located and doing busi CloverprtInthe foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of tho condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1003 to tho best of his knowledge and belief und further says that tho business of said Junk has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an ofllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating tho 31st day of Dec 1003 as the day on which such report shall be made A B SKILLMAN Cashier W H noWMEIt O I SKILLMAN i Directors BSIILLMAtrSubscribed I mo by A B Skillman Cashier tho 2nd day of Juno 1003 CHARLES B SKILLMAN N P B C lily commission eXlllres ilo lOOt +++++ +++++1+++++++ 1I1 that servo IpurposeI cold blast that would strike youI I without them Furs ore essenI I I bealUIAnd I times nothing could be more ap thana nice sot IofI Beau ItlfulI llttlo girl of yours or the wifeIcould yeu pleaso them betterIthan by aRlftjot furs Come IntoII our store and see them and let us talk tho matter over with youI It t Jolly Gardner Co Irvlngtons IRVJNdTON Leading MerchantsIIII i + dH + +++++fTf+lH+ 2 j i l GAYETIES OF THE HOLIDAYS The young men of the city gave an enjoyable dance at Oelzes hall last Wednesday evening at which the homit people and a number of outof town pople were present About theI middle of the evening a delightful lunch was served in the dining rooms at the restaurant of F T Heyser the popular local caterer Good music was furnished by the Cannelton orchestraThose e dancoboro Sarah Sebastian Shreveport La j Margaret Skillman Nell Gregory Maunie White Francis Smith Ruth Haynes Mamie DeHaven Margaret Moorman June Smith and Ella Smith of this city and Messrs Morris JollyI Charlestonpj Fred Fraize Harry Gnus Preston MurrayoO T Skillman and Tutor LaMont 0of this city Misses Irene Miller and Maude Polk entertained the younger set last Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs George W Short A chafing dish supper was one of the enjoyable features of the evening The guests were Misses Emma Sanders of Tobinsport Addle Louise Baobage Donald Murray Anna Jarboe Ray Heyser Lulu Severs Margaret M or man Katie Moorman Margaret Barn Mattie and Ree Willis Marie McGav ock Jane and Ella Smith and fennie Mabel Harris and Messrs Harry Newsom Lawrence Murray Victor LaMont Walter B Oelze Preston Ford Frank White Allen Pierce David Ditto of West Point and J D Babbage Jr Miss Francis Smith entertained informally a number of her friends a- New Years Eve ut her home During the course of the evening a delightful lunch was served to her guests who were Misses Mannie White Sarah Sebastian Elizabeth and Irene Jarboo Alliene Murray Nell Gregory Grace Ferry Mamie DeHaven Mar garet Clark Ruth Haynes and Eva Herndon and Messrs Ricnard Wathen Byrne Severs J H Briscoe Chas Moorman Roy Heyser Fred Fraize and J C Engle man Miss Jennie Mabel Harris enter tamed the young ladies of the younger set to a six oclock dinner at her home Friday evening Misses Ray Heyser and Lulu Severs gave a delightful leap year party at tho formers home Friday evening hours eight to twelve The following guests enjoyed the evening Misses Jennie Mabel Harris Jane and Ella Smith Bee and Mattie Willis Irene Mller Katie Moorman Annie and Edna Jarboe Donald Murray Mar- cgaret Moorman Maude Polk Emma Sanders and Addie Louise Babbage and Messrs Evan Royalty Hardins burg Jas Younger John Alllen Mur ray Wallace and Allen Pierce Harry Newsom Tom Ferry Lawrence Mur ray Victor LaMont David Ditto Frank White W B Celze Wallace Babbage Claude Sterett and JD Bab bage r- Worst In Worlds History Last Wednesday afternoon between GOO and 700 people lost their lives iu the burning of the Iroquois theater at Chicago The victims were mostly women and children An electrio spark from a broken wire set the scenery on fire and Im- medIately the draught swept the flames into the auditorium The asbestos curtain failed to work and in a few minutes almost the entire theater was in a blaze Scores were Killed by the fumes and hundreds were trampled to death in the stam pede which followed Many of the exits were found to be loosed and the aisles and stairways were quickly chokedMany arrests of the theater employ es were made after the fire as a start in the investigation of the cause of the horror The great Chicago holocaust is the worst theater catastrophe known in the history of the world Returns to Louisville Mrs Bottle H Brashear from Greenville Texas Who has been with her daughter Mrs Chipps of Birds villo Ky for the past three mouths re turned to Louisville New Years to join her daughter Miss Sue H Bra shear who has been in Cold water Miss since September 0- a11 ENDS HIS LIFE WITH A PISTOL About 12 aO oclock last Wednesday afternoon Allen Satterfiela a well known and respected young man of this city shot himself through the left breast with a thirtyeight calibre pistol Ho was in a secondstory room at his home when the deed was committed and was fonnd in a dying condition a few minutes after the phot wits fired Dr A A Simons was summoned an 1 arrlvea several min utes before the wounded man drew his last breath The physician mndo every effort to save his life butit was impossible as the bullet had passed through the body within a few inches of the heart and had lodged in the spinal column Mr toatterfield died about 1 oclock It is believed by the family and his friends that Mr SatterQeld was tem porarily insane when ho shot himself and they can assign no direct cause for the act He hart been in poor health for sometime and this seemed to have saddened him On Tuesday lie acted strangely on several occa sions and his family thought he was not at himself He ate little at dinner Wednesday and then went upstairs to his bed room The shot rang out a few min utes later Members of the family rusned upstairs to his room He was sitting on the bed with the pistol in his baud Before he expired he told them that he was forced to commit the act Near him was found an en velope on which he had written I was forced to it God bless the family I Hove them all The news of the killing was a shocking surprise as Satterfield was known as a model young man He was self sacriYcing in the extreme for hit invalid mother and several sisters whom he resided with His brothers nd sisters are Tom and Luther Satterfleld of this city Chas of Herrin Ill Jas of Pinenlle Mrs Lizzie Jackson of California Mrs Viola Jackson and Misses Laura and Rena Sattertield of this city Mr Satterfield was about thirtysev en years of age and unmarried For several years he had baun a member of the local A O U W lodge The funeral was held from the residence at 2 oclock Friday afternoon by Rev S O Christian of the Bap tist church The A O U W lodge then tooK charge of the body and the enterment was in the Murray graveyard Let me say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend it for what it claims Very trnly Rev H WJ Hathaway Elizabeth N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all appearances am oared of catarrh The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are goneW J Hitch ock lato Major U S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 ots or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New York Ollie Beatty in Jail Ollie Boatty who claims to be a merchant from Fordsville Ky was given a preliminary hearing before United States Commissioner Henry Cassin to day on a cnarge of having in his possession counterfeit money says Saturdays Louisville Times He was held to await grand jury action and being unable to give bond of 1500 was returned to jail by Dep utv United States Marshal William BladesBeatty was arrested as he stepped from a train at the Seventhstreet station by S A Donnella United States Secret Service Agent last night He had in his possession five bills raised from 1 to 10 Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Dromo tjulnltie Tablofls cure II cold in one day No cure No pay 25c Mrs Victor Gillian Dead Mrs Victor Gillian whose home is on the Stephensport road about one mile from the Hardinsburg pike dIed Thursday of cancer of the liver after an illness of about one year She leaves a husband and three child ren Victor Jr Bessie and Irene She is also survived by a sister and a brother Ed Jennings and Mrs Abe Ricketts and the following half brothers and sisters John and Chas Jennings and Mrs Susan Wheeler of Blrk City Ky The funeral was held Sunday and the interment was in the Clov rport cemeteryI A J k Beef Steal I and Gravy Makes you strong and wllrmiover you by putting some ineasley breakfast I food before you instead of a good beefsteak and plenty of gravy Meat makes bone meat makes you so strong that J i is ploy Shirt theworkiiJ right with one of my J good beefsteaks for I breakfast and itllend j I right I hope you hndaIJ happy Christmas and j wish you a prosperous J 0New Te- arFred J t I Ii May III I The Butcher Ma- nCLOVERPORTo KY I 9gge oooe = awQUARTERLY REPORT OF lJlEtt Bank of Cloverport At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1000- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3359005 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from National banks 8500 Duo from State Hunks I and Bankers 550302 558952 Duo from Trust Com panics Hanking louse and Lot Other Mortgages Real EstatecU SlIonds- Otll r Stocks and Bonds Specie Currency 554370 clearingsOther Cash Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Fund to pay tuxes Current expenses last quar ter Ole description location value and how lonltowned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years O12881 LIABILITIES 2000000SurplusUndivided 1rofits Duo depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 216 21558 Deposits subject to check on paidDemand deposit on which Interest Is paid Tlmo certificates of do i19StIO58SavlnInterest Is paidSon Certified checks Duo National Banks 116001 Duo Suite Hunks and Bankers cCashierslulls rediscounted 910000 Unpaid dividends unpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholderpersonqr liability of the company or firm tho liability of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly If such In debtedness O per cent of capital stock actually paid Inland actual amount of surplus o tho bank 000000 How Is Indebtedness statd In above Item I secured Hy Mortgage See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None How Is same secured X Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm in eluding In tho liability of the cotpany or firm tho liability of tho in dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus rio If so state amount of such indebtedness X Amount of lust dividend None Were nil expenses losses Interest und taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for tho period covered by tho dividend carrIed to the surplus fund before said dlvK dend was declared X S3072887 STATE OF KENTUCKY I County of Hreckonrldgo fSR E E Gregory Cashier of Rank of Clover port a bank located and doing business at streot In the CIty of Cloverportin said county being duly sworn says tho foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of 1003 to tho best of his knowledge and belief and further beJjntrunsactedelsewhere and that the above report Is made receivedfrom31st day of Dec 1003 as tim day on which such report shall be made E E GREGORY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by E E Gregory Cashier this 31st day of Del 1003 MARION WEATHERUOLT N P130- My commission expires Jan llth 1900ll DR A A SIMONS 1 J W PATE Directors JOHN A nAnny I 4444444444444444444444444 t 2 SEEDFOR SALE Orchard Timothy and Clover Seen for sale which I guarantee to be Al J DUTSCHKE Holt Ky +++HJof++++++O++++ u 4 CREAM OF THE BURG NEWS Hardinsbarg Ky Jan 6Speo- lal The Board of Supervisors con vened yesterday They will revise the tax lists for the year 1004 and will probably be in session about two weeks The Board is composed of the followings wellknown gentlemen G W Beard Eugene Haynes W S Cart John Alexander and David N Howard The assessors nook will show according to deputy assessor Chas B Miller an increase in tax able property of about 25600 over that of last year While it perhaps has not been de fineily decided by Judge Weed S Chelf yet there is a strong tip out tnat Lee Walls of Sample will be appointed Master Commissioner of the circuit court at its February term If this be true and ninny say that it is it settles n contest in which many ap pli ants were engaged Thomas J Mooreof McDaniels was here last Monday i ml took the oath of oillce and gave bond as clerk of the Breokenridge circuit court However he will finish teaching the Glondeane school before taking upon himself the active duties of his office W S Ball the exclerk wilt run tits office for him during his absence and also assist him through the February circuit court Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because is kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing tne cough and at the time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affeoted iarts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable ases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cnre is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sled by All Drug Co Will Go West This Week Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 6Speo- ial D S Richardson Percy M Beard Amon M Kinuheloe and John Sinllrnan will leave thin week on a prospecting trip through the states of Oregon and Washington It IR probable that some of them will locate there if they find conditions are as have been represented Accepts Position With Bank Hardinsburg Ky Jan 5Spe cial Morris B Kincheloe has tic cepted a position as clerk with the 1 Farmers Bank He entered upon his duties Monday He has been a deputy court clerk for the past six months and for one so young has proved nimself to be very capable and efficient His friends are congratulat ing him upon his good fortune NEW CITY DADS IN OFFICE The old city council mot Monday night with Councilmen Behen Con rad Skillman and Hamtnan present Mayor Reid presiding The city clerk reported that he had in his possession bonds No7 and No8 of 300 each which had been paid and were order ed destroyed by the council Upon motion a vote of thanks was tender ed Mayor Reia for his kindness dar lag the term of office of the old conn oil After some minor business the old council adjourned The following members of tne new council being present were sworn in to aot as councilmen for the ensuing two years from January 4 1003 C S Lamb S H McCrackenJoe Fitch J H Brown J W Pate and H G Yeager R L Oelze was elected city clerk 0 DoHaven marshal M Weatherholttax collector J ABarry treasurer J W Pate sinking fund commissioner f E Keith police judge protein F M Smith health officer S E Wilson lamplighter and Jno T Patterson assessor The council was divided into the follow p ing committees Brown Fitch Pate finance committee Pate McCracken Brown street committee Yeager McOracken Lamb calaboose corn mittee and Lamb Yeager Fitch ordinance committee Births Born Nov JO to the wife of Dr James Edward Chipps at Blrdsvllle Ky a fine boy Roy Brahear i kA T a mmmm waammUIIIIIII Un 111111 II U t tttft vvgggggg p yggm oft1t1 t1t1t1t1 t1v mof I THE STROLLERS FREDERIC S ISHAM iiBy ed Author of Under the Rote t t t Copyright 1902 by THE BOWEN MERRILL j crthit izitrrAM d tt t r iftaft COMPANYiisKs TT7 A66666A6666AA66AAA +1 + + ++1 ICf I CIIAPTEK IXIAVING started the wheels of justice fairly moving with Scroggs tit the throttle the I new land baron soon discovered that ho was not in conxoimnuo with I the great commoner who said he was savage enough to prefer the woods and wilds of Monticello to nil the pleasures j of Paris In other words those rural dollghts of his forefather the pleas ures of n closer Intimacy with nature awoke no responsive chord In Man rules breast and he began to tire be j fore long of a patriarchal existence I and crullers and olykoeks and playing tho ono lord In solitary grandeur I To further odd to the land barons dissatisfaction over his heritage rent Guy tint nil important tiny In the oltltii tines when my lords door hind been besieged by the willing leaseholders cheerfulI In rendering unto Crcenr mat was duo Ciesar sec ined to j Iwvc been dropped from the modern cftlendnr Your notices Scroggs were wasted on tho desert nlr said tho patroon grimly to that disappointed worthy Whats the use of tenants who dont pity Playing at feudal lord in modern times Is a fnrco Scroggs Tint evening when the broad mead I ows were Inundated by the shadow of tht forest that crept over It like an In coming tide the land baron ordered lights for every room The manor shone In Isolated grandeur amid the gloomy fields with the forest wall around it radiant as of old when straits of music had been beard within I anti ninny figures passed the windows But now there was light and not life and a solitary antlrcnter on the lonely road regarded with surprise the un usunl illumination What does it mean asked Little Thunder for it was hi waiting and watching as without the sates of para dte Well might he ask for the late myu hour the pntroon had been n veritable bat for darkness n few candles an Bwored his ipurpose in the spacious rooms ho played the prowler not the grand lord n recluse who hovered over ills wine butts In the cellar and gloated over them while he touched thorn not n hermit who lived half his tune in the kitchen bending over the smoky fireplace and not a lavender scented gonlleman who aired himself In the drawing room n line fop with nothing but the mirrors to pay him homage Little Thunder standing with folded urns in the dark road gloomy as Liu for almost expected to see the brilliant fabric vanish like one of those palaces of joy built by the poets Hour after hour passed midnight hind come and gone and still till lights plowed Soatod In the library with the curtains drown were the laud baron and Scroggs n surveyors map between them and a dozen bottles around thorn Before Mauvillc stood several glasses containing willIs of various vintages which the land baron compared nnd sipped hold to the IhhtI anti Inhaled after the mannn of a connoisseur sampling a cellar lie was unduly dignified and stately but the attorney appeared decidedly groggy- I ord How you go oat exclaimed Scroggs What with sampling this and sampling that my heads going round like a top IIf theres anything in tho cellar the old patroons put down wo Imvent tried sir I hog to defer the gnmptlng 1 am of the amigos mind Of all men who take vlno the moderate only enjoy It says Master Bacon or somo one else Pass the bottler answered the oth or Gently man Dont disturb its repose and remember it disdains the perpendicular So will I soon unuttered Scroggs I hope youll excuse mo sir hut that last drop of Vouvo Cllcniot was the whipcord that started time top going nnd on my word raising his hands to his head I fool like holding it onto keep It from spinning off Spinning or not you shall try thi- svintagethe young nianrt eyes gleamed with such hire as shone In the glass nnd drink to Constance Carew Constance Carew I stammered time other desperately swallowing the toast Mauvlllc slowly emptied the glass A balsamic taste slightly piquant but agreeable he observed A danger ous wine Scroggs It carries no warn ing Your older kind Is like a world worn coquette whose glances at once place you on the defensive This maid en vintage Just springing Into glorious womanhood comes over you like a springtime dream Who who is she muttered Scroggs She Is not in the scroll you pre pared for my lamented kinsman eh No title man not even a society lady A stroller which Is next door to a vagrantWell sir shes a woman and thats enough replied the lawyer And my opinion Is its better to have noth ing to do with em With this sententious remark Scroggs gave a sudden lurch forward and quiet ly and naturally slid under the table Tho patroou arose strode to tie window which lie lifted and the night air entered fanning his luI t brow The leaves an ulcb rustled like faUlar nnp 10 rain me onus Tossed their brancncs striking one another in blind con fusionAs lie stood there tho stars grewp pale The sky trembled and quivered before the advent of morn A heavy footstep fell behind him and turning he behold time caretaker Not In bed yet Olykocks cheerfully said the land baron I am just up In that case it is time for me to re tire returned the master with n yawn This is a dull place Oly kooks no life no variety Nothing going out The servant glanced at the formida ble array of bottles And ho calls this a quiet life thought the caretaker I losing his Impassiveness and viewing time table with round eyed wonderNothing going on lie said aloudgMynheer the patroon complained of too much life here with people taking farms nil around But If you are dull- a of farmer told me last night there was- n company of strolling players In Van derdonkvlllo Strollers exclaimed Mauvlllc wheeling around What are theyc calledLord I dont know sir Theyre show folks and thats all Do many strolling players come this wayNot for weeks and months some times Time old patroon ordered the sellout to arrest them if they entered the wyck Is Vnndordonkville in the wyck asked the land baron quickly In No It was separated from the wyck when lUckort Jacobus married Never mind the family genealogy Have time conch ready at 0 Tonight This morning replied Mauvillc lightly And meanwhile put this to I Drink to Constance Cartw 1 Iced indicating Scroggs who was now snoring like a bagpipe with one arm lovingly wound around a leg of time library table The caretaker hoisted the attorney on his broad shoulders his burden still piping ns they crossed the hall and mounted tit stairway Haying deposited his load within the amazing depths of a Dutch feather mattress where he t- Iny well nigh lost to sight but not unheard time wachtmeestor of the ateyn left him to well earned slumber and t descended to the kitchengAt time appointed hour the land baron freshly shaven not a jaded line In his face and elastic In step appeared on the front porch before which his car riage was waiting When shall I expect you back ask rfl OlykoeksI who had reappeared at the sound of his masters rootstepseAny time or never laughed the pa troon springing Into time vehicle j But as he drove through a bit of Wood wrapped in pleasing reflections I he received startling proof that the warfare between landlord and tenants hail indeed begun In earnest for n great stone suddenly crashed through l the window of the vehicle without f however Injuring the occupant Spring lug from his carriage Mauvillo dashed through the fringe of wood discharg ll- ing his revolver at what ho fancied was a fleeing figure But a fluttering j in the trees from the startled birds was j the only resultII Little Thunder was too spry to be I caught by even a pursuing bullet CHAPTER X show troupe has come toI TnE said the tall InnkII to every one who called and the words passedI from mouth to mouth so that those who did not witness the arrival were soon aware of It Punchinello and his companions never attracted more attention from the old country peasants than did the chariot and its occupants ns on the day after their night In tit woods they passed through the mat thoroughfare of the village where theS wore soon to appear Dashing as in review before the rank nnd file of the village the conch with nn extra flourish rattled up to the ho tel a low but generous sized edifice will n wlilfl namfarthlo toranrUi npdn the raillngof TrriTch Wall an army boots and behind them a number of disconsolate looking teamsters You want to register do you saidu the landlord in answer to Barnes in quiry as the latter entered the officeg We dont keep no resistorl but I gness we can accommodate you although the house Is rather full with the tellers from the ark oro he add by way of explanation in answer ImrprlseI pose you would call them But we speak of them as arks because they take In all creation Thems time occu iIt pants making a Mount Ararat of time porch Theyre downhearted because they used to liquor up here and now they cant for the towns temperance I trust nevertheless you are pre ared for n season of legitimate drama suggested Barnes The other shook his Ihead dubiously I The towns for lectures clear through he answered Theyve been tanking a hug fuss about show folks The mnnn ers countcnnnco did not fall however upon hearing this an nouncement on the contrary It shed forth Inscrutable satisfaction No sooner were they settled In far A from commodious quarters thou prop orations for the future were seriously begun and now the drama proceeded apace with Barnes the moving spirit Despite his assertion that he was no scholar time managers mind was time storehouse of n hundred plays and In that depository were mommy bags of old moot many bags of chaff From l this accumulation he drew freely rankly in the light fingered fashion monster playwrights and lesser the artiest thimble riggers Before the manager was a table the stage upon which were scattered mis cellaneous articles symbols of life ami- dharacter A stately saltcellar repre sentrd the lending lady n pepper box the irascible father a rotund mustard pot tho old woman n long slim cruet the Ingenue nnd a pewter spoon time lover Barnes gravely demonstrated the nc tlon of time scene to SaintProsper and the soldier became collaborator aban doning as It were wrote the manager his autobiographical date book and l diary the sword for the pen and the glow of the Champ de Mars for the glimmer of n kerosene lamp And yet not with the Inclination of Burgoyne or other military gentlemen who have courted the buskin and sock On the contrary so foreign was the occupation to his loaning that often n whim ideal light In his eye betrayed his dis inclination and modest disbelief in his own fitness for the task lie said the way I laid out an act reminded him of planning a campaign with the outrid ers and skirmishers before the cavalry arrayed for swift service and the infantry marching steadily on carrying with them the main plot or strength of the movement No sooner were the saltcellar and pepper box reunited and the pewter spoon clasped In the arms of the loving cruet with the curtain descending than Barnes who like the immortal Alciblades Triplet could turn his hand to almost anything became furiously engaged In painting scenery A mar ket place with a huge wagon contain ing porkers and poultry was dashed oft with a celerity that would have made a royal academician turn green with envy The Tiddly Wink Inn was BO faithfully reproduced that the painted bottles were a real temptation while on the pastoral green of a rural landscape grazed sheep so lifelike that as Hawkea observed it actually seemed they would cat the scenery all up But finally sets nnd play were alike finished nnd results demonstrated that the mnnnger was correct in his csti mntc of such n drama which became n forerunner of other pieces of this kind The Bottle Fruits of the Wine Cup Aunt Dinahs Pledge and Ten Nights In a Barroom In due time the drama was given in ime town hall after the rehearsals had been wltncfrtcd by n committee from the temperance league who reported hat time play could not but exercise n ood Influence and was entertaining withal We recommend the license to be issued aid commend the drama to all Good Templars Therefore the production ras not only well attended but play nod players were warmly 10 cclTod The town hall boasted n fairly commodious platform which now serv the purpose of n stage and note worthy circumstance there were gas jets for footlights the Illuminating fluid having at that early date been Introduced In severalI of the more pro gressive villages Between the nets these yellow lights were turned low and running with the current of popu lar desire the orchestra enlarged to four played by special request Tile Old Oaken Bucket The song had Just sprung into popu larity and in n moment men women and children hind added their voices to the Instruments It was not time thrill of temperance fanaticism that stirred their hearts but It was the memories of time old pioneer homo in the wilderness tho rail splitting road building days the ancient rites of raisings and other neighborly ceremonies when the farmer cut rye with a cradle and thrashed It out with his flail when butter and eggs wero pin money nnd wheat paid the store keeperHow solemnly they take their amusements in the north Mr Barnes exclaimed a voice In one of the en trances What a contrast to thQ south tie wicked south I sharplyepublicSAnd the public is master MrIi Barnes low the dramatic whipped aroundI In Greece she was a goddess In Rome n hussy In England ta sprightly dame now a wicu rrtedlJa nut vou lisps e rQ f J t croff TeecT You mean SaintProsper- Yes and 1 can hardly blamo him nder tho circumstances1 murmured the land baron at tho same time around as though seeking some one Circumstances What circumstances demanded time manager Why the pleasant company he finds himself in of course said tho visitor easily Ah I see Miss Carew he added his eye Immediately tightening and must congratulate her on her performance Cursed dusty hole Isnt Brushing himself with his hand kerchief ns he moved away What business has he behind the scenes anyway grumbled the man ager Dusty hole indeed I Confound his impudenceI But his attention being drawn to the pressing exigencies of n first night Barnes soon forgot his irritation over this unwarranted In trusion in lowering a drop hoisting a fly or readjusting n flat to his liking Time land baron meanwhile crossed to the semidarkness at the rear of the stage behind the boxed scene where he had observed the young girl waiting for the curtain to rise on the Inst acts she approached Mauvllle who stood motionless In an unlighted spot the pale glow played upon her a moment white on her neck In sheen on the folks of her gown and then she stepped Into the shadow where she was met by a tall figure with hand eagerly out stretched Mr Mauvllle she exclaimed draw Ing Deck nt the suddenness of the en counterIlls eyes held hers but his greeting was conventional Did I not say the world was small and that wo might meet again Of course we are always meeting people and parting from them she replied unconcernedly He laughed With what delightful indifference you say that You did uo think to see me again I hadnt thought about it she an swered frankly annoyed by his per sistence I am unfortunate he said Beneath his free gaze she changed color as though the shndow of a rose had touched her face You are well he continued YesI not have asked Ills expression conveyed more so much more she bit her lip Impatiently How do you like the new part It Is hard to tell yet she answered evasivelyYou do jusUce to any role but I prefer you In a historical or ro mantle play with the picturesque old costumes I fear however I am de- taIning you Ho drew aside with such deferemi to permit her to pass that her con science smote her and she wns hnlf minded to turn and leave him more graciously but this Impulse was Sill ceeded by another feeling 111 defined time prevailing second thought Had she looked she would have seen that her fluttering shawl touched his hand nnd he quickly raised It to his lips releasing It Immediately As It was she moved on unaware of the gesture The orchestra or rather string qunr tet had ceased Hans n host In himself a mountain of melody bowed his acknowledgments the footlights glared the din of voices subsiding and the curtain rose- Remaining In the background tho land baron watched the young girl ap proach time entrance to the stage How do you do Mr Manville said a gay but hushed voice interrupting his ruminations and Susan in a short skirt and bright stockings greeted himThe better for seeing you Mistress SusanPooh courtesylng disdainfully dont believe you You came to see some ono else WelllIghtlysho iIs already engrossed Really said the land baron Yes You understand He follow- her lwith his every glance she ndd e roguishly Susan was never averse to straining the truth a little when i served her purpose- I should Infer he was following her with more than his eyes retorted th master of the manor dryly Susan tapped the stage viciously with a little foot Shes n lovely girl she continued drawing cabalistic fig ures with tb provoking slipper You are piqued ho said watchin her skeptically Not at all quickly startled by his blunt accusation Not a little jealous he persisted playfullyJealous Then with a frown hesitatingly Well she is given prominence In the plays nnd You would not be subordinated IIf she were not in the compnny Apart from this you are fond of her The foot ceased its tracing and rested firmly on the floor I unto her snapped Susan angered by thIs baiting No sooner had she spoken than she regretted her outburst How you draw one out I wns only Joking though she does have the best parts and we take what we can getl But shes a lovely girl the land baron Susans eyes flashed angrily How clever of you You twist as turn ones words about and give the n different meaning from what was i tended If I wnnted to catch you up A truce he exclaimed Let us take each other seriously hereafter Is It agreed She nodded Well se riously you can help me and help you self How doubtfully Why not be allies What for- Mutual service Oh dubiously yest answer In her rrnffCftfftJ 22 Caliber Cartridges 1 s If you want to use 33 Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot i strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester makeIhaving the trademark CI H on the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they atc dollars better Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease less Bullets which make them very clean to handle iron SALE BY LEALERS JSVERY VTTKUIS J lie believed the latter We wll seal the compact then 1 lIs1tresns rosy ns the flowers she carried and tapped him playfully with thlmJJ For shame La What must you think of mcr That you are an angel How lovelyi But I must go I May I see you after the play YesDo not rail me or the soldier will not transfer Ills affections to you If he dared And she shook her head defiantly ar she tripped away Little fool murmured Mauvlllc his lips curling scornfully The one is a pastime the otherhe paused and caught his brenthn passion But he kept his appointment with Susan escorting her to the hotel where he hade her good night with n linger ing pressure of the hand and ordered his equipage to the door mornting asked the surprised landlord when the young patroon announced his intention of taking an Immediate departure There are the barn burnt ers and traveling at night Have they turned footpads was tho light reply Cant I drive through my own lands Let me see one of their thieving faces And he made a sig nificant gesture Not ride at night These Jacobins shall not prevent me Barring the possible danger from the leaseholders who were undoubtedly didInot promise such discomfiture as might have been expected the coach being especially constructed for night tray cling On such occasions between the scats the space was filled by a large cushion adapted to the purpose which In this way converted the interior of rotime vehicle into a sleeping room of limited dimensions With pillows to neutralize the jarring the land baron stretched himself Indolently upon his couch and gazed through the window at the crystalline lights of the heavens while thoughts of leaseholders and barn burners faded Into thin air At dawn when he opened his eyes the morning star yet gleamed with a last pale luster At the manor which the patroon shortly reached the ever wakeful Olykoeks was already en gaged in chopping wood near the kitch en door Time growling of the hound at his feet called the caretakers at tention to the masters coming and driving the ax Into an obstinate stick of hickory he donned his coat draw fug near the vehicle where he stood In stupid wonderment as the land baron alighted Army callers Olykoeks carelessly asked the master A committee of 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had devoted her wonderful gift of song to religious service led the musical oxercife Her voice was the bweetest that I ever hearth not except- Ing Jenny Lind and Adellna Patti And then sin was filled with heavenly enthusiasm HO that her notes act ually seemed to aloud with those of the angels A redeemed negro minstrel sat behind me He had a grand basso profundo voice and was a cultured calist Ho could not stand it he broke in with a unison gong VOI and the two sang in Then there was a riot of It was a Methodist gathering The oldtime Methodists got to shouting and then jumping One of the worst men in Delaware joined the baud and has turned to God Saints and sinners shouted hallelujah I and the meeting was kept up till late in the night I never saw anything nice it The writer was almost a reprobate and those sweet and heavenly notes are ringing in his ears still and have been ringing ever since ho heard them and he weeps as he makes this confession wrought by heavenly mus lc Charles E 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ridge News Jolly Gardiners January clear ance sale is all the talK in the neighborhood of Irvington How can people know that you haveI what they want unless you tell them how much they want it and why the want it The Democratic House caucus at Frankfort Monday night nominated Hon EH Brown for speaker and our own Jas E Stone for clerk Ol Thos C Campbell1 a well known lawytr and who was a con spicuous figure in the Goebel murder cases died in New York Monday Gov Buckner is out in a strong pa per endorsing President Roosevelts course in the Panama treaty It iisI an able paper and worth reading n The Democrats ways the New Yor Sun have a chance to win in thisI good year of 1904 if they will leaveI off their isms and get down to old fashioned Democratic principles Let Walls of Sample Iis the latest victim of Dr Milton Boards spoils Dr Milt carries everything in hh hat nnd nothing goes in the WilY of a po litical plum without his endorsement Its great to be a boss Mr Ueo H Lampkin Auditor of the Henderson Route spent several days in this town last week with his friend Mr It N Hudson Mr Lamp kin stands at the hend of the list as an accountant and his eye for an error is keen and quick and he knows just how and where to go after it Senator Jo Blackburn announces that he is a candidate to succeed him self as U S Senator and serves no tice that he will make the hardest and closest campaign of his life He will speak in every county in tle state and leave no stone unturned to maico his election sure Our banks make a good showing in their statements published in this issue The Bank of Hardinsbtirg stands at thA head of the list with 207 10313 deposits and 17 77809 surplus The old reliable Brecken ridge Bank conies next with 181100 00 deposits and 7000 surplus The Bank of Cloverport has been in business only about ten months and shows up with 00828 surplus The First State BanK of Irvington has 1414041 deposits and surplus and undivided profits of G08fi7 mak ing a very healthy showing for a new bank BRANDENBURG Harvey Ditto is here from Owens bore Mrs J L Malin has returned to LouisvilleMrs spent the holidays in Owensboro Ben Dow den has recovered from a r spoIl of tousilitls Mr nnd Mrs Joe Clark returned t Andyvillo Sunday Grit Stith and wife have movedI to the Dr Ditto property J Miss Nell Malin is spending several1I weeks with relatives here Bill Hamilton and Gny Hardin re turned Monday to State College Mr and MM W R Gray have re turned from a visit to thecountry Misses Lillian Hardin sari Earle Molutire have been on the sick lists Miss Wathena Hamilton hqs return ed to Chicago to the school of oratory Mrs G H Casperke is still in Kans as City with her brother George Wool folkW D Howard and little daughter Mauriue spent Christmas with his parentsMrs Ella Gregory and little daugh ter Dorathy returned to Cloverport SundayMisses Mattie and Mabell Shaoklett were guests last week of Mips Ula DowdenMiss Audra Brown entertained last week for her guest Miss Atha Livers of CanneltonMisses Linn and Katie Graham Ditto spent the holidays in Owensboro and Cloverport- J K Ditto and little sons Philip and Paul spent the holidays with his aaughter Mrs Ned Reese Mrs Davis Cunningham will return this weeK from a pleasant visit with her parents at Mooleyville Mrs George Woolfolk writes that her husband has passed the crisis iin pneumonia and is on the road to re covert The songs last Sunday morning by the choir were good old fashioned ones are D W Lewis played a beautiful offertory Mrs Rhea Armstrong is spending several days here on her way home from Tennessee to Leitchfield Mrs Helmstetter her mother will return to LeitchHeld with her Beall Giinnell will start out thisI week as a special man for Belknap Co He will sell cutlery and sporting goods and will have to take any territory assigned him His wife and children will remain here with her parents Mr and Mrs E R Bondu runt The entertainment given Christmas Normalywas a success despitestogyrmhich arose to sUdl1 11yThe program Iwas well rendered aiiithe musical und literary numbers were rendered with credit to teachers and pupils The broom drill was especially con spicuous und the participants showed military skill par excellence Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes tc Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to maKe a salve from Witch Hazel that is n specific for Piles For blind bleeding Itching cutekbruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe genuine Sold by All Drug Co WOLF CREEK Miss Muymo Trent spent Christmas at homeMiss Sue Owings closed her school hero Monday Robert Ross and nephew Bert Saunders of Louisville are visiting Charles Ross John W Taylor Win Perkhlser and Tault Howard were In Brandenburg TuesdayMisses Jennie and Dora Flannery were guests of their cousin Nellie Flannery Sunday Mr and Mrs B F Etherton spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Win Cunningham Mrs J M Robertson is spending the holidays in Greenville with her sister Mrs Chattem Mrs W D Smith and Miss Anna Carter were guests of Mrs George Flannrry WednesdayIMr and Mrs Frank Green of BatI tletown were guests of Mr and Mrs Win Perkhiser MondayII Miss Bertha Prewitt of Paradise spent several days last week the guest of Miss Laura EthertonII c Mr and Mrs Joe Pares and Mr and Mrs John Wilson of Louisville II are visiting Mr and Mrs Henry AllenJesse E Smith and Edward Kelly came down from Louisville to spend Christmas at home returning Wed nesday II Mrs Robert Tren t and daughters 1 Ruth and Hobble Mr and Mrs Robert Smltn and son Richard James Williams and Misses Sue and Estella Owings dined with Mrs W D Smith I SundayMiss Mayme Etherton and Mr Mad ison Lester of Louisville were married at the brides home Thursday J evening Deo 25 at 5 oclock Rev Moorman officiating The bride Is WmoEtherton and u beautiful intelligent young lady loved by all who snow her The groom is a handsome and indus trious young man Mr nnd Mrs Les 1ter left Saturday for Louisville where they will make their future home State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County Frank T Cheney makes oath tint ho is tne senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said lirm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and very case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before ine and subscribed In my presence this Oth day of Decem bar A D 1880 A W Gleason Notary Public Seal SKILLMAN James Shearn was in Cloverport Saturday A B Sterett returned Saturday to St Louis were he has a position in a printing office Mr Bland has made the rounds and is now back to his old stamping grounds in Utah Horace Lyons and wife of Pellville were the guests of his sister Mrs Bona Robins a few days last week Denton Ireland returned home Fri day after a vsist to his sister Mrs Curtis Willi and at Vincennes Ind Mrs Homer Davison returned to Evansville Friday after spending the holidays with her sister Mrs Eugene SterettMrs Leon McGavock returned to Cloverport Saturday after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs T D Ireland C P Polk writes from Alto Texas that the climate is very mild and plensant ice having been frozen only to the thickness of window glass Dr W R Jones of Hawesville came up Wednesday to see John Mat tinglys baby wno was quite sick but is now improving- J H Sterett lost a horse Friday The animal was in some way thrown into a hole at the gravelpit and died soon after being released Capt Lander and wife came up from Hawesville and had n very pleasant visit on their farm with Mr and Mrs Wm Hultz Wednesday and Thursday Win Brown jailer and Orb M as on the marshal ot Hawesville were hero Sunday in pursuit of an outlaw who is said to have been located mound the ciff at this place To Cure A Cold In One Day Alldruglsts cureEHARDINSBURG Gus Brown was in Louisville last weekLee Bishop is in Louisville visiting his parents James Paul of Hudsonville was in town Monday Miss Francis C Smith returud to Elizabothtowu Friday R U Richardson of Louisville was In town lost Monday Attorney H C Murray of Clover port was in town Saturday Mrs Taylor Beard spent several days in Louisville last week Lindsey Kincheloe spent several Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour houws a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condl frtlon of the kid if stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or In the back is also convincIng proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There IIs comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingitt wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the ordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mall neys It pain part extra ewempRootCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tha name SwampHoot Dr Klllmcrs Swam Yonbottler t- u r t BIG REDUCTION PRICES ON f MUSIC GOODS i For a short time I will reduce prices on everything in my Music line IIi9IC Complete sets of the Genuine Boll IC brand Violin Strings for 19c These strings are the finest quality steell I I plated with pure silver I liEII I am now that were never of in this sec tion Sheet music at 17 cents per copy to r of of of 31 1903 Wo again wish to invite your careful study of the figures in our and to again call your attention to the very we have placed the in our resources and we wish to repeat that dollar in these resources full hundred cents and more We trust that careful study of these figures will convince you that this bank is safe place which to transact your business While wo are largo to take care of the largest business in this section we wish to the point that we are desirous of the very smallest accounts and Cash in safe and banks Bonds 366529 I house and lot 180000 Other real estate 78679 Furniture and fixtures 40000 I Total S il tI days of last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile entertained at flinch on Thursday evening Paul Wethington of Balltowu was in the city Saturday on a business Brown has moved his law office to rooms over the Bank of Hardina burg Miss Roberta Brodie has returned home from a visit to friends at Brand enburg Miss Lucy B May returned to Wil more Thursday when she is attend ing college Beard and sister Miss Sallie went to Fordsville Saturday on a vis it to friends Miss Eva L Hensley was the guest of Miss Georgia Robertson at Glen deane last week Mr and Mrs D S Richardson of Union Star ire the of Mr and Mrs P M Beard lflss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guejt of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile last week G D Brown and family have moved to the James McGary farm a few miles from town Miss Judith DoJam etto returned to Nashville Tenn Monday She is attending college there Wm 0 Butler of Howard quail tied last week as administrator of Edward Butler deceased The Rev W i1 filled his regular at the M E church South Sunday Miss Matty Reid who spent the holidays with her parents near Luis ville returned Saturday Mr and Mrs M F Staten left Monday for Bowling Green where they will reside in the future When wanting first class work done on jewelry watches clocks silverware and specials go to Lewis Ball Jas G Brodie returned to Owens boro Sunday after a weeks visit to his mother Mrs Brodie Mrs Chas G Read of Louisville will arrive this week on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard Miss Louise Beeler entertained a party of young folks at her home near KIrK on last Wednesday even ing Miss Mary Richardson of Onion Star who has been the guest of Mar H jJ I7L Ei iII I 1the1 I110 IViulinson 4 everything JII II IIf1 making prices before thought III Postpaid any address W B OelzeJewelry and Music Store Condensed Statement Condition Bank Hardinsburg Atclose business December statement conservative value on items every represents a one a a through enough emphasize getting RESOURCES Notes bills18653727other 5779244- I Banking 25098172 tripGus Dailey guests Howard appointment Zerilda dL LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus nnd undivided profits 1778859 Deposits 20719313 Dividend No 26 due Jan11904 100000 Total v 25098172 CashierilCXXOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXDOCXOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOCOOOOOO I FARMERS TELEPHONE LINES I All farmers who prefer to build and own thefr own tele phone lines can get connection and service with this Company under the most favorable conditions For further information apply to our nearest local manager or write directly to the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company Nashville Tenn t444+ ++ N NNN + NN Nwry I iii i COMMISSION MERCHANTS KYi i I CENTRAL STOCK YARDS i1tha and Isabelle Gardner has return ed home We examine and fit your eyes with the proper spectacles for as little mon ey as first class work can be done Lewis Ball- Remember we are in business in the same state same county same town same he use and the same cor ner and we are the same firm after the holidays as we wore before Come in and see usLewis Ball Edward P Elliott of Boston gave a delightful entertainment at the City Hall lust Wednesday evening He presented David Harum in three acts and gave a comical sketch for a closing piece His audience was highly pleased throughout the even ing He la one of the very best entertainers the Hardinsburg Lyceum has brought here Mrs Wagner Struck by Rock James Holmes a negro boy threw a rock through a window of the 140 afternoon train Wednesday as It was passing through Hawesville The inlssle struck Mrs Chas Wagner of this city who was a passenger in the face causing painful Injuries The negro hoy nad his examining trial Saturday and was remanded to jail on failure to give a 100 bond n u frif J- 4 I TTTT ANNUAL EXCURSION kEAST AND NORTH Low rate excursion tickets will be on sale at all Frisco System Stations to various points East and North via St Louis and Memphis also to Mexico via Southern gateways Tickets will be on sale Dec Ig aO 21 daysfromfffb The splendid service in equipment and otherwise assures patrons of the Frisco System all the comforts of first class travel Further particulars may be had of SYlltemlor i General Passenger Agent 1 St Louis Mof r Hardinsburgs New Council Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 5Spe ciaLJudge Matthias Miller has appointed the following persons as coon oilmen for the town G W Beard T J Hook J H Gardner Jesse Payne t C and Charles Scott They have quailhBel and held their first meeting oh Monday night The appointment of i a now council win made necessary by reason of the failure of the people on f nominate and elect councilmen at the set Novemoer election o f3 e rILt r ci a n kt ti r Tai e n art rr- Tz1 if Tutfs Pillswi- ll I 1 save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to catI whatever he wishes They prevent 1 SICK HEADACHE tcausethe food to assimilate and nour I t ish the body give keen appetite jI DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar i r TakeNo Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY fi 1001 Ed Berry was in Lodihurg Thurs dayIra Behen was in Irvington Satur day MIBS Nell Gregory was in Louisville Monday Abe Mcdavook returned Sunday from Webster Israel Holder has recovered from a weeks illness r Dr S B Adkisson of Vebtser was in town Thursday Geo E May of Cannelton was in town Friday and Saturday- S H Bayplnger of Ammons was in the city Friday on business 5Miss Grace jerry has been at home iron Louisville during tne holidays- W H Pemberton and family of near town went to Tell City Saturday to reside I Alex Robbins and Chas Claycomb of = J JWebster were in the city Thursday on business I t tMr and Mrs Henry Yoager visited Ifriends and relatives in Louisville and Lexington last week Mr and Mrs Leon McGavouk and children returned Saturday from a ur j visit to relatives at Skillman tol FClande Sterett of Missouri arrived IStt in the city last week to visit Mr and toMrs John Jarbod and family themguest of her nnole Capt J H Row JIJ s aSaturdayaII who has been the guest of Miss Ruth 00 ttHaynest returned home Saturday 59ttt Mr and Mrs J D Gregory of 13 Louisville were the guests of Mr and 00 Mrs Jake Morrison and other friends lar week 72 Jas Satterfield of Pineville Ky Chas Satterfield of Herrin Ill the funeral of their brother Aand Satterfield Friday f Mamie DeHaven gave a six MargaretrClark Mary Linn and Katie Graham Ditto and Addle Louise Babbage Wednesday evening Miss Ethel Tate who has been spending the holidays with her parents at Tobinsport and friends in this city returned to Evansville Sunday to reenter the Lockyear business college t Sick 00 BloodFeed + i iEEmulsionWe 1 not need to give all reasons why Scotts i iEmulsion restores the strength i goodsj j to those who suffer rrhealthIi r blood i r The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil J i rich in nutrition full of healthy I stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents on Cot Liver Oilat its best srfullest in strength least in via tasteYoung women in their 21 curedayaa inlieat I paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment m I with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood foodand ro is naturally adapted tothe cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to tend sample to any sufferer He lure that thIs picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy SCOTT St BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York I Eli Gregory was in Owen boro MCn1 dayRosco Severs has returned to East ern Kentucky- A A LnHeist has returned from New Albany Roy Heyser left last evening for Charlotte N C Proctor Keith returned Saturday from Elizabethtown Wallace anti Allen Pierce returned Sunday to Louisville Byrne Severs is confined to his home with tonsihtis Miss Effle Jones is the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Burk Hot or cold baths 0 for 100 at Jnd son Coombs barber shop Gen D R Murray went to Frank fort Monday on legal business Miss Bell McGary and Mrs Ike Meyer were in Hardinsbnrg Friday Wilbnrn Gregory is a brakeman on the Henderson Route passenger trains F D Whltoneck of Greenwood Ind Is in the city this week on busi nessMisses Carrie and Claudia Pate visited relatives in the country last weeK CO calling cards Jfor SOo in the latest styles of card and typeJ D BabbageAbe and sonDavid West Point were the guests of Mrs J D Baboage last week There is good skating at this point on the Ohio which is frozen tight this week Miss Ruth Maysey returned to her home after a pleasant visit with Miss Eliza Tucker John Baton Sam Jackson and J T F Owen of Jollys Station went to Louisville Monday Darnell Dowden has been confined to his home for the past week on account ol sickness Geo Wine who travels for the Maccabees attended the funeral uf Allen Sattertield Friday Charlie Miller of Kirk went to New Madrid Mo Monday to visit his sister Mrs J R Parks A number of young men are organizing a local branch of the Young Mens Christian association J H Briscoe who has been the gnest of Roy Heyser left Sunday for his home at Charleston W Va Misses Lena and Goldie Meyer of Barns were the guests ot Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer last week Miss Essie Bohler and brother Jess were the guests of their uncle J R Mays at Webster last week W T Tilford left Monday for Cromwell Ky tosee his father W G Tiltord who is seriously ill of heart trouble Mr and Mrs H L Stader were present at the reunion of his fathers family at Vine Grove from Friday until Monday Dave Wilson spent several days last week in Owensboro Ho was nccinpan ted homo by his little granddaughter Eveline Adams Mayor L T Reid returned last week trom u visit to his brother Wil liam and his mother at Buoyrus O and relatives at Ashland Ky Dr J B Frymiro and son Hugh were in the city Monday the guests of Mr and Mrs D H Severs while en route to their home at Frymire Messrs Win Wilson J J Clark and Mike Newton Misses Lulu Cummins Nina Corloy and Carrie Tucker attend ed the dance at Canneltcn Thursday night Miss Sarah Sebastian of Shreve port La who bus been the guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher during the holidays returned Monday to Hairodsbnrg where she is attending Beaumont College Three Attempts at Suicide Sam Walls age about sixty live of near town attempted to commit suicide last Friday by swallowing Paris green bnt did not succeed and is now recovering from the effects of the poison This is said to be hs third attempt at suicide the other two having been made recently AllenLucas Mr Lonnie Allen and Miss Bettie Lucas of Hudson this county will be married today at 2 oclock p m Rev Martin Lyons will perform tbe ceremony LOU IBURG MIss Anna B Grant spent several days last week at Stephensport the guest of Miss Z D MoKaughan Mr and Mrs C L Avitt visited relative near Hardinsbnrg last week Mr and Mrs Claude Grant will leave soon for Knob Cal their future homoMiss Marry Barr of Frymire spent Saturday and Sunday wish Lizzie B Hold Misses Cora and Esther Brown of Rnodelia aro visiting at Lube AvittsMaggie Cashman or Union Star is visiting Essie Cashman Sam Holland of Brandenburg was VVVV RLNewsoms COLUMN N w my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the ten pta tion will he very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city property fOOONoo3o Lot and 2 houses Kim ami 2nd 1000 No 4 Lot and house ORlestiy Avonuo 1000 No 5 lot and house Kiistland NX Nod Lot and leusu Ouk strict t00 No 7 lot anti house Fourth strict MO- No H Un and house Huston struct 500 NotIJ Lot and house Third and Center 600- No 10 Lot und house HarUlns Creek 500 Noll Lot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Lino It It 400 No 13 Iot and house Oak street 350 No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Toll Kuto house 300 No U Lot und house River street KO- ONo 17 Jot Iliid house River street 300 NolH tat and house wilt street 300 No 19 Lot and house Oak street 275- No 20 tat and house Kustluml 250- No 21 lot mid house Knstland 250- No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 No23 Tat Wall street 220- No24 Lot Wall street o- No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 200- No 20 Lot and house 81Hardhi 200 No 27 Lot anti house Center street 175 No2Si Lot and house Center street 175 125No30No 31 Lot Ed Pure Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Iute corner Chestnut 75 100No34No 35 Lot near Mary Uean 75 No 30 Lots 2 Center street 150 No37 Four acres Bishop 11111 250 No 39 Lot 1 aero and Section House 175 No 3Ii Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 250 Nol Farm 00 acres and house TOO No 42 Farm 100 acres and house WO No 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on jilke 200 No 45 Woodland B5 acres 275 No 41 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland IB acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 No 49 Three building lots Kim street 300 No 50 One acr and stono quarry on plko 25 No 51 One atd onehalf acres of ground at Tohlns port Ind enclosed by Rood wire fence and well set In blue grass lies 2story residence of 7 porchesAlsoburn and outbuildings and cistern and well of novcrfalllnR water Pre 1200 ORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12hortso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to R L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments and other writings done up litentryformpapers fore any legal tribunal He also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates l lIft ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport50ies at Louisville 715 A MI No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 940 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 P M No 44 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 4 43 PM stops at all way stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 7101 56 WEST BOUND No 41 Dally fat Louts Mall and Express leaves Cfovorporti00AM arrives Evans vlllo 1250 PM1 arrives St Louts 7 till 111 stops only at Uawesvllle Lewlsport Powers SpottsvlllenasketsNo 43 Evansvlllo Stall and Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops at all way sta tions Arrlvis at Evansvllle 1030 P M1 No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1041 P M1 arrives Evansvllle 120 A MSt Louis 720 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only nallyIcacsstations Arrives at Evansvlllo 1100 a m Returning leaves Evansvllle at 530 p m arrives at Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 muko connec tion at IrvliiRton for ordsllIooftrydny ox cept Sunday Trains 410 43 and H Mntn con nection on Sunday for lorclsvlllo trllinIThruoRh coaches on trains 41 44 Parlor ears on trains 41I 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 41 Free recliningI chair ears l utccn Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 40 CONDENSED STATEMENT Of the condition of the FIRST STATE BANK Irvington Ky At the close of business December 31 193 RESOURCES Notes and hIlls discounted 132309 IH Gush on hand and In banks 14870 81 Mouse anti lot 4000 00 Furniture and fixtures km 57 Overdrafts 110 10 Current expense last quarter 38 82 32443 OS LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 5 iGOO 00 Deposits 4414J41 Surplus 300 00 UndivIded profits 303 57 f52442 US This bank commenced business July I 1003 Gross earnings for Ithe six months 1124143 Disposed of as follows General expense jfKX 18 Undivided profits 300 5 ggI241 53 Respectfully II 11 KEMIER Cashier the guest of Miss Annie Grant SundayThe party at Mr Hamptons Satur day night was a success Four Fast Trains Chicago To St Paul Minneapolis Via Chicago a NorthWestern Ry Leave Chicago 0oo A M63o PM NorthWestern Limited electric lighted throughout 1000 P M and 300 A- lI Fast schedules luxurious equipment dining car service unequaled For tickets rates and sleeping car reservations apply to your nearest ticket agent or address N M BRKKzn 435 Vine Street Cincinnati O J 4 M 1 W rats 1 fi t 1 + r7 Advertlspmnnts Inserted wider this head at ono rent a word per week Ion SALEHAY FOR SALE40 tons clover hay DAN Mutt Ky WANTED WOTEUTruSlOrlhy Lady or Ountle manage In this county and adjoining territory for house of solid lltianclal standing = salary nod expenses paid ouchnMonday direct from heatliiuurters Expense money ad vanctd position mirmniiunt Address Man ager GOi Motion Hide Chicago FOK SALE FORSALEOaoOwen Stove O T Skill FOR SALE FOIL SALnFarm of 230 acres four miles 1111SprllllSpring road Large twostory frame house In good repair good barn crib etc fern es In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stuck water Also present crap of corn tobacco etc some stock and farming Imple motifs For further Information apply to n B1VO8clsu FOR SALE nurhumoilmy will sell any of above cattle very low They are all first class animals I also havo for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham Ihulls 15 mouths old weight 1000 Ibs price SSo L Green Falls of Bough Ky MONEY TO LOAN orloanedI1tluwFog SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnglnesMAKTIN GABLE 51U 3rd Street Louisville K- yBerkshire and B Pr Rocks FOR SALE Large English Berkshire logs and Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens lien Bolt 00747 EggsinJOHN P FOSTER Not V Ohio CoKv Farmingin the South The Passong r Department of the Illinois monthlyclrculursgardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseekcr who will forward his ham and address to the undersigned wlllbeI mulled free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others as they tine published from month to month n NOTICE By mutual consent the firm of OeUo duydlssOIvt1Ithe estate of A L Oelzo deceased having purchased the Interest of Mr J W Pate therein The now management under the firm name of Oclze Co assuming ell debts personsknowingOelzo Pate will please come forward and settle at once so that Uo accounts of surd firm may be adjusted as speedily as possible Thanking our customers for their past put ronage which wo hope they will share liberally with tho now firm we are Yours very truly OELE PATE Cloverport Ky flee liith 1U03 p HOW TO HAVE Small Grocery Bills The way Is simple trade with us thats tho whole tiling Next month try It and see If your grocery bill Isnt smaller Price like these for Instance Is what 1ooslt r i 9ctoi 25cforOCfar1 OCrfor IICOIfOCONNELL Ourfor CLOVERPORT Ky GO Iw QOCOOCOOOOCXDOCXDOOOOCXDOOOCQ Harned Norm- alSCHOOL Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payable in advance Pupils absent one week on account of sickness money i refunded Good board and furnished rooms at 2 and 225 per week For further particulars addres- sANDREW DRISKELL I PRINCIPAL I Hardinsburg Ky I I Shot Himself in Arm Battletown Ky Jan 5 Special Dock Singleton fell while carrying- a loaded gun and shot himself in theI arm I a- i I r oooeooooeaooo ooeooooeoooee oo H o 0 a pair of I IGeti Skates 1 a vIiiOr a pair of Ear Muffs a goodii I andti I enjoy it on the pond theii 1 II creep or river When tired i I come in and rest at our iI place i Z iIIJCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPLE i iiCLOVERPOR4 KYII i IZp Mrs Duncan Speaksi1- y exIbaking is a source of delight to me since I can obtain such cellent results by the use of Golden Crown Flour and other essentials I never attempt to bake a good cake unless I have Golden Crown Flour Cakes and delicate pastry can be baked with Golden Crown Flour but they are not all everyday biscuit and lightbread can be made so good with itso light and nicereally they have such a cakelike goodness about them that we can not supply the demand at our house MRS II V DUNCAN The everlasting goodness oiS Golden Crown Flour is being proven by the volley of testimonials that lire sent us by I good housekeepers To tell people whut they think of it we arc going to publish from week to week their testimonials They give us the right to because there is such economy in using Golden Crown Flour that no judicious housekeeper cnn well afford to spend her reputation in using any other and there is no housekeeper using it thats afraid to say so as the testimonials prove If you eau not procure Golden Crown Flour from your grocer send us his name please and well see that he gets a supply k I Oelze Co Cloverport ZI 1 r Vifi rvw 1JJ ILW rrwjf WANTED TO MEET FARMERS All farmers who Ire interested in growing tomatoes and corn are requested to meet 1110 in Oelzes Hall next Monday January 11 at 2 O clock pm to talk over the matter and make contracts IPOLKPACKING CO IF D itBy WHITENECKIt M fc W1JM1WWIIfIN r on CADICKSGOLD l I FLOUR q I usual way put it in the and simply watch the results i bread will be moister I therell be more of it Its the charnc tcr of wheat and k owledge of mUting 1I it properly which it 111 Cadicks Dust Flour sold at all Grocers Cealick Millitxg CoGRANDVIEW IND The Breckinridge Bank 11 Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 1 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VTres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits rrt Puts Lime Ills Farm Battletown Ky Jan 5Special- U E Brown pnt lime on his farm q- in the oven Your finer does Gold 4 fee a oo The Breckenridge News ttWEDNESDAY J1iyAt1RY901- r TIDE STROLLERS front Pogo 0 J iiContinuedl fl XL bleak days were M I by n little Tune weutbr hndnif J eiice rested everywhere Almvi l 1 the undulation of laud on the ImHrnr l fawore the i loads like heavenly tUI is t a reflecting their radiance on tl0e earth Iy elevations The celestial mountain and valleys gave wondrous perspective to till outlook md around them lay a- I atmosphere univiti iud iilyllic On snili a r nniiru Susan stood nt a turn in the real Intr attar a d part ing vehicle with III cmrealed aiitlsfacI Holt tind yet Withal sum dtlbloualies Now flint the plii lsuggested by Man vllle 1141 not inicar iil1 certain ms l glviiivs iirne rr tiara isi a conscience 1 in the culmination wanting In the con cTtiHi of an net As tilt partial real- Ization of the situation swept over bet KLC save a gasp and then the vehicle havingi meanwhile vanished n deeper ate spirit of bravado replaced her momentary apprehension She even laughed nervously MS she waved her handkerchief In the direction the conch had taken Bon voyageI But as tho words tell from UHf suUI ing lips her eye became thoughtful and liar hand fell to her side It oc curred to Susan sho would lJe obliged to divert suspicion from herself The curling lips straightened Sho turn d abruptly and hastened toward tin town But her footsteps soon lagged and she paused thoughtfully- If I retch the hotel too soon she murmured they may overtake him So she stopped at the wayalde attracted by the brilliant cardinall tit w ors humming as she plucked thorn but ever and tuned glancing around guiltily The absurd thought coma tl her that the bright autumn blossom 1fT J I t I I 0 orwtanoc hut bfcn curried off t wire red the hue of sin and sh threw them on the award and uncuii Bctously rubbed her hands on her dred Still she lingered however vagueli mindful she was adding to her burden of 111 doing but finally again starteu slowly toward the village hurrying a sho approached tho hotel whoro she encountered the soldier on the vermin da Her distressed countenance unll haste proclaimed her a messenger or disasterOh r Oh dear sho exclaimed excitedly Where Is Mr Barnes What Is the mutter Miss Duran suspecting very little was the matter for Susan was nothing If not all of a twitter Constance has bee carried off Carried off Ho egarded hor as If be thought site had I st hor HOliseSII Yes abducted Abducted By w ot- uI1 did not see J 3 face she JR8IJJ cd And it Is all y fault I ukelII liar to take a wall Oh what shall I III do wringing hr aands In angulxli J that woe halt red We kept on and onIt was so p t nut until we had passed far beyot 1 tie outskirts of the J Tillage At a tI at the road stood n coach a cloakt n i thrown over my I head by soup ehlndI must have fainted andI v u I recovered she was gone Oh dc Oh dear When didI tu ppeii As he spok J the young ir Ii ft the veranda Grass ing contentr i oar the porch was hs horse null Ir Prospers hand now rested on t jr die I cant tow long I was uncon I scions t jo seemingly hysterical young v IT but I hurried here as soon asitverod myself t Whe id It occur Down the road I I Itching SkinDistress by day and nightII Thats tho complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted I with Eczema or Salt Ueumnnd outward applications do not cure cantThe thebloodmakeing burning itching skin disease will disappearI taken with nn Itching on my I army which proved very disagreeable Iconcluded It was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla In two days after I began taking it I felt better and ItIwas not long before I was cured Have SiasIDAI Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid tha blood of all impurities and cure nil eruptions ii j iitf i 4LI I tI I DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases of ladder Urinary AlHo KidneyscuREJ I j Dropsy Female TroublesII Dont become dlicouragod a cur for you it nrioiury writo Dr lonncr j tin has HjHMit u llfo Mrnu curing Justcaacsaayoura All cousultuiluna Free I had severe ruse of kidney disease a IiII rheumatism dlschurgitiit bloody mutter Suffered Eaten w pain MyI wife wu Mriouily aTTeciecl with fvnmlu troubles Dr Feuner s Kidney and IIuoknchB Cure cured us both Iannrugalsteoe1 Ask fnrCoo Hook FreeL ST VITUSfANCEarCereCIreularD ZI For Pnle Ily Short ldjrue = you earner Yees- SaintProsper vaulted Into tho sad die Tell the manager to see a itwjf Ittrute he Bald But youre not going to follow thou alone begun Susan Oh tear I feel1 quite falut again If you would plan help me Into tire By way of answer the other touched1 J his horse deeply with the spur and1 the mettlesome animal reared linti plunged then recalled by the sharit voice of the rider galloped wildly down the road Susan observed the sudden departure with mingled curio tions How quixotic she thought discon tentedly But he wont catch them cause the consoling afterthought asI she turned to seek the manager Soon the soldier whose spirited dashI down the main thoroughfare had awak ened some misgivings In the little town way beyond the precincts of vii huge scrutiny The country road was hard although marked by deep cuts from traffic during a rainy spell und the horses hoofs rang out with ex hilarating rhythm Itegardless of nil1 wire the distance traversed the rhie yet forbore to press the pnce relaxing only when alter a considerable later vat he came to another road and drew rein at the fork One way to the rightt run gently through the valley appar ently terminating In the luxuriant fo lingo while the other like a winding murky stream stretched out over n more level tract of land Which thoroughfare hind the conch taken Dismounting the young taut hastily examiner the ground lint the earth was so dry and firm and the tracks of wheels so iniuiy It was Itnno Bible to distinguish the old marks from the new Kyen signpost there wan none The roads diverged and the sol dier could but blindly saratlsc their destination selecting after some heal tuition tire thoroughfare running Into the gorgeous nutumnal painted forest He had gone no Ilucoiipklenilile ills tance when his doubts were nbruply continued Reaching an opening bright as the eliapel of n darkened monastery he discerned a tanner In a UuckltomJ npuronchln runt the opposite dino lion The swift pace of tlie rider nul 1 the leisurely Jog of the team soon brought them together DM you pass a conch down thP road asked the soldier Noii mid the farmer deliberately as his Gut horses Instinctively stoodI stork still didnt pass nobody Where does the other road at till fork go To the pntroon village Theres a reform orator there today and a baru burners cutup tire Without waiting to thank his Inform ant SaintProsper pulled his hursei quickly around j After Impatiently riding an hour or more the horseman drew near tire pn troon village n cluster of houses mullI the hills anti meadows j In the historic market place as SIII11II Prosper rode down the street were as sembled n number of leaseholders otJ both sexes and nil ages listening to the flowing tongue of a rustic speech- maker This forum of the people was shaded by a sextet of well grown elms The platform of the local De mosthenes stood In a corner near theI streotIOn the outskirts of the gathering I near the road stood a tall beetling in dividual whom Sulut Prosper addressed reining In his horse near the wooden rail which answered for a fence DInna ye ken Im listening Impa tiently retorted the other with a fiorceII frowlICThe soldiers Impatience and anger I were ready to leap forth at a wordslie wheeled fiercely upon the weedy Scot to demand peremptorily the Information so uncivilly withheld when a gust of wind blowing something light down the road caused his horse to shy suddenly and the rider to glance at what hind frightened the animal After n brief scrutiny he dismounted quickly and examined more attentively the obnject n pamphlet with n red cover up on which appeared the printed design of the conventional Greek masks of tragedy and comedy and beneath tbef tile Tire Honeymoon The t rlghtI binding albeit soiled by the dusty road and the fluttering of the leaves In the breeze had startled the horse and Incidentally attracted the atten thou of his master Across the somber mask of melancholy was traced In 1 buoyant hand tho name of the young J actress The soldier without a moments hes itation thrust the pamphlet inside his coat flung himself on his horse and turning from tho market place dashed down the road J To bo Continued Ladies Homo not of every thing for the Ilady this month On sale atJ D Bnbbngos Forgetful DUrnella Luck In conversation with the writer the late Lord Ilowton told tire following story The talk hind turned upon Mrs Brydgts Wlllyams the lady who left her fortune fo Lord Hrnooimllpld tumid about whom there hud Just hern a controversy In the London newspapers Dirty told nA the story of that epi sale He received one morning a let ter from Mrs Vlllyams whom he tiedl lhtIest mind would like to unite his IW qualntance She also asked a question which rendered it necessary for him to answer the letter Unfortunately tire letter WitS left III his givatiout porket nod Dizzy did not wear the coat until several months after when he hap pened to be in the south of England and In tire very town in which MrsI Villyams lived Coming across the letter in such circumstances It oo currod to him to call upon her and Mrs WJllyams was so flattered at as she houghr his carrying the letter soi long about him and then calling that she decider on leaving him her for tune Thatt shows how wise It is not to answer I letters added Lord Kow utauLaulen Truth 1Ileturereelue Dutch UontN Along tb quay In the busy harbor of Rotterdam the quaint Dutch boats 1are crowded creaking rhythmically atrriside by side stern to rudder post JOIl ttiling one another In a grunt confusion of picturesque lines and gay canln s- At all the little cabin windows are dean lace curtains tool on the deck brass and copper pots are drying In the sun Ilviglng from pars and rope the family wash flutters its mar bore against the windy sky Chubby red cheeked children climb In anti out of the cabin doors or press their routiii noses against the tiny window pant The wouu gossip In the sun or clat ter around pursuit of their household duties wre the taco lounge urban their hands in the pockets of their baggy breeches and through clouds of to bacco smoko survey this scene of no 1niadic housekeeping with phlegmatic Serbrners Didnt bike CliniiKc- t Im a man sold tho old farmer to the druggist after having purchased a quantity of strychnine to kill off rnts Im n man who dont like changes When I sit homo I shall sty to tin old woman Martha heres the strychnine to kill oft the rats mind you wont to 1 bo careful of It Where shall I put 10 sire will sty I In the sumo old place right alon side the bakln powder Weve bM keepln it there for thirty years nod youve neverI put It In the file crust or biscuit by mistake but if we hide It away upstairs or down cellar or out to the taro one of us will be surtln to take It for cpsom salts before the week Is out and git a heavenly hustle on us1Detroit Free Press Congratulations Mr John H Callow Editor of tile Garland Texas News has written a latter of congratulations to the man ufacturers of Chamberlains Congn Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was u baby he was subject to croupy spellsand we would be very uneasy about hon VA oegin using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 18S7 and finding it such n reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time Ve have five children and have given it to nil of them witn good results One goof feature of this remedy is that it ia not disagreeable to taKe and our babies really like it Another is that it iJ not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratu late you upon tho success of your rancorFor sale by Short Haynes How Did the Turtle Find II U Wart The rockj at the west coast of the Island of St Helena abound with sea turtles some of them as heavy as a man and an English steamer once took aboard several dozen of those sea mono sters Intending to deliver them alive to n provision dealer In Liverpool But before they reached English wa ters one of the turtles was taken sick anti was flung overboard after having been branded with the name of the ship Next year the same steamer came across the same tortoise on the coast of St Helena more titan 4000 miles from the point where the home ick creature had been flung back over 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TUESDAYSII Ask us for rates and ask us first 44- L J IRWIN OKO L GARRET Genl Pussiir Agt Trav PassgrAgt LOUISVILLE Kyleo YEARS I 1i EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKSI rCOPYRIGHTSAnyone tending a isetcn and aescnption mar quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an Invention Is probably patffilllblo Communlca onl ItrlcUfconOdenUaLliANDBOOtt on 1atenU patents1atenutptclal notice without charge lathe Scientific Jlm rican A handsomolr Illustrated weeklr largest clr t dilation of any scientific Journal Terms fS a 8oldbratlnewedeaterePNUNN Branctt Offloe 636 P atWashington D c 8 W- i ca jarr ae v r L The Breckenridge News Ing WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1004 The Blrtk f AdrtlawetT- he fret periodical newspaper of the English press appeared in 1032 but advertisements were not developed till 1047 In April of the latter year was published No 13 of Perfect Occur reticles of Every Dale Journal In Par lInment and Other Moderate Intelli gence1 which contained the following announcement A Book applauded by the Clergy ofG England called The Divine Illght of Church Government collected by sundry eminent Ministers In the Cltle of London corrected and augmented In many places with a brlcfe Ileply to certain Queries against the Minister of England Is printed and published for Joseph Ilunscot and George Oil vert and Arc to be sold at Stationers Hall and at the Golden Fleece In the ChangeuThe London Gazette was the first newspaper to publish commercial advertisements which soon began to oc copy so much space that the proprie tors not wishing to charge the Ga theybeAdvertisement Supplement printed npart and recommended to the Publlck by another hand Older still Is an advertisement In a black letter Dutch paper of an auction of sugar Ivory and tobacco held at f the close of 1020 A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain IIwrites 0 w Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitten nnd after taking it I felt as well as I ever tdid in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life 1 strength and vigor from their useb i Try them Satisfaction guaranteed Iby Short A Haynos Price 50 cents r = aast2laa Pahson Brudder Baxters got some good plnts He tends church andI ctrlbutes genrous to de suppoht ob de gospel But hes got sonic woful bad habits too He plays craps an fills 1 1hisself wlf Intosslcatln itlmbulants DeaconPats cr fack His good im pulsions am done offset by his bad habitations Kansas City Journal The nicest and pleasantest med I nine I have evr need for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach gad Liver Tablets says Melard M Craig of Midcllecrove N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant effect For sale by Short R Haynes Her UO rp He would havo run through his for tune In a year if It hadnt been for his wifeHow did she prevent it She spent it herselrIThe Scientific nebnff I IsabelAre you ever rude Dorothy Oh yes Ono has to be rude now and then to teach other peo ple man 1PM Detroit grew Prr J Willing t Auld There tune a worthy Irlik number et parliament who was so generous that a request for financial assistance was never refused But his checks had ono little drawback they were never honored The shortcoming naturally In time became known but it did not af feet his popularity A visitor to the district hearing of the members peculiarity asked a leading politician how it was that public faith In the member was not shaken Why sure It Is be cause he shows hli willingness to as sist but for lack of funds was the re ply From a Society Womrn Ulnrjr My milliner gave me a shock today When said she does your lady ship intend paying me what you owe meThe ungovernable curiosity of low born women It made me blush for my sex I was not unkind to her But I deemed It my duty to chide her and when she spoke rather petulantly I thought of starving I recommended her to cultivate poise Life Mme Ilolnniln Ilccinont When Mine Roland was on the scaf fold she asked for pen and paper to note the peculiar thoughts that hovered about her on the last journey It is a pity they were refused for In a tran quil mind thoughts rise up at the close of life hitherto unthinkable like blessed Inward voices alighting In glory on the nummlts of the past Goethe Letting Hint noun Enny I have a very unpleasant duty to perform said the chief The man agement desires to dispense with your servicesThe boy heaved a deep sigh of relief Geel he said I fought for a mlnnlt youse was goln to fire me Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Toolc Her Pnrt Why Johnny I am ashamed of you How could you take little Ethels half of the apple away from her I Cause ma I nlnt forgot what you told meto always take sisters part The Rest Prescription for Malaria TastelessQuininePayPriceLabeled the Girls A good Joke was played on the girls recently by the young men of a certain town The boys had been rather remiss in their attention and tho girls decided to show their independence Con sequently the of them hired a box at the theater and made a very charming theater party The play was Wanted a Husband and the girls sat serene through It all never dreaming that the enemy had fastened one of the posters Wanted a Husband round the box so that tho audience mIght read The Happier Man A nortlr Missouri paper asks Who is the happier the man who possesses 100000 or the man who has seven daughters To which another ex change replies The man with theIsurplus girls of course The man with the money Is not satisfied and wants more The man with the seven daughter la satisfied He has enough St Louis PoatDlipatch evebeenalmost always fatal iUocn o known as dropsy t You know dropsy Is the 115 unnatural collection of a thin fluIdInmaybecausesbutnature BPPBrcntlybopeless DR THACHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP Tho Road To Gooil Health ItRhytwice their natural size Their limbs Aftertaklnn withtlioourConsultalion curedJusthotHoof4 sutferIng began1t andPouverrlodytocuredU AlIIrresdropsyIrOtsrhdltJtDllmberyearsAllcentsandThnlhlrsLiverour Consultation Department ex planning symptoms and receive five advice Enclose twocent stamp forsample bottle- THACHER MEDICINE CO CHATTANOOGA TENN A Provident Mind HeI think Ill go and speak to your father at once lIe cant do more than kick mo out SiteIt seems a pity to risk It dear fa that good suitLlfoU- nfavorable Condition For study Hazel come over tonight to study with mo explained Dorothy And did you do much studying Well wo would have It there hadnt been so much to talk about Chicago Post Remember you must die Let this not startle you but let It soften you while there Is yet tlmo to do some good In the world Schoolmaster Domestic Troubles It Iis exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can De lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in btoinaoh and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 23o at Short Rs Haynes Drug Store- Vnpreatablo Ilntlier Dear mol sighed Mrs Oldcastle I dont know what wo are to do with the hoi pouch JosIah replied her hostess want ed to havo ours put in a box and set in the library window but I Just told him wed have new ones set out next spring If the frost killed them offChcago RecordHerald I I WALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORT 1 is simply a combination of port wine and pepsinit contains- no drugs or chemicals Doctors recommend it as a good commonsense tonic as a remedy for dyspepsia indigestion- and kindredailmentsfor invalids convalescents old folks nursing mothers and debilitated people generally Two sizes 50 cts and 100 THE WALTHER PEPTOHIZED PORT CO PITTSBURGH PA For sale by A Re FISHER Cloverport Ky ACME OF PERFECTION In Fountain Pen Construction QUAKER CITY SELFFILLING FOUNTAIN PEN No Dirt Blots or Spilled Ink FOUNTAIN PEN PERFECTION The Quaker City SelfFilling Fountain Pen fills Itself and thereby fills a longfelt want Flee Press Any reliable time saver is eagerly welcomed by the modern business than Probably the most forceful illustration of this condition of things in recent years was the enthusiasm with which the fountain pen was greeted It seemed to mean the saving of so much time and annoyance for so many peopie that its sale was simply phenuniinal lint the fountain pen was not by any means perfect and ils users soon this covered that the bottler was only con centrated instead of being dispensed with Time finest fountain pen would write indifferently well as long as there vis ink in it hut when that gave out our busy man had to stop unscrew an inky cap hunt around for n filler and the particular ink recommended by the manufacturers of that particular pen and so on through a long process of annoyance Quakerity1 overcome all this bother and produced a practical writing tool which is as easy to use as if one were simply writing with the filler needed for the old pn There is nothing to unscrew nothing to squirt nothing to lose or get out of order Its construction is slum ple Hiid substantial and the operation of filling it so simple that you wonder nobody thought of it before It is merely necessary to dip the pen pressing it slightly lift up as usual nnd go on writing Its capacity is no less than the bothersome kind We feell that we are not overpraising the Quaker City SelfFilling Fountain Pen when we say that it represents the acme of fountain pen achievement GREAT GIFT perfectly Cost 3700 Perfect Protected by Patents 100 Brings Your Door questions Entirely I Seventy Dollars a to Wholesalers Quaker City Fountain Pen Co 812 Drexel Building Philadelphia Used in Leading business Houses all over Country Loircll nnd Drvt Hnric Bret Harte flushed with first fame was Mr Howells guest for a week In the early seventies Hartes breezy Bohcminnlam delighted Cambridge and its environs which quite as thoroughly amused the young California Journal 1st It was line to see him humorously ac cepting the humorous attribution of scientific sympathies from Agasslz In compliment of his fiunoua epic describ ing the incidents that broke up the society upon the Stanislaus It was a little fearsome to hear him frankly owning to Lowell his dislike for some thing ovcrlltcrary In the phrasing of certain verses of Time Cathedral But Lowell could stand that sort of thing from a man who could say the sort of things that Harte said to him of that delicious line picturing the bobolink as heRuns down a brook of laughter In the air That Harto told him was the line he liked best of nil his lines and Low ell smoked well content with the praise Yet they were not men to get on well together Lowell having limita tions in directions where Harte had none Unrpcrs InttI mill William The story of Adelinn Pattis first en counter with Emperor William I is worth repeating It was at Homburg that the meeting took place and the diva was then quite n young girl On the evening of the same day nn invi tation cam to her and her father to meet his imperial majesty next morn ing at the springs at 7 oclock I get up at that hour cried tho spoiled child to pleaso any emperor No no I wouldnt think of Itl Tell him so- William I ever good natured laughed heartily over her ultimatum which greatly niuascd him The last time his majesty saw Patti was in Berlin and he was then a dying man When she called upon him at his box he wel comed her with his most genial amll Ah he said you remember Homburg But you dont mind waiting upon me now TIe Naval Academy The line officers of the navy are ar ranged In ono straight line from ad mlral to the lowest midshipman After they are graduated from the academy in order to their respective classes their relative positions never change except when advancement In numbers for special heroism Is camel in war or a court martial decrees the reverse Ita boy loses place In his class he loses place in the ladder of promotion Whether he is graduated at the top or bottom of his class may determine whether or not he shall an admirals stars In no other calling docs n boys college standing thus directly Influence the success of his entire professional career Inde pendent1 hl c 1 Only fountain pen that never spills ink never inks tqo fingers needs no filler can be filled from any inkwell nuy wherel Greatest gift of the year for business men stu dents school children all who use a pe- nA Costs 100 Looks as well und works far better than guy high priced pen on the market Doesnt get out of ordor doesnt write by fits told starts Built simply and well lasts long und writes all the time It to it to I Money refunded and no asked if you are not Satisfied As far ahead of the old fashioned fountain pen as the modern one is ahead of the quill No syringe used Gross Pa the merit reach Slinking hands The custom of shaking hands origi nated in the ancient practice of adver saries grasping the weapon hand dur ing n truce as n precaution against treachery When two friends met they extended their weapon hands to each other as a sign that there was no need to stand on the defensive and a hand shake was but the natural outcome of a hearty and vigorous grasp Slinking hands appears to have be come usual In the middle ages Grarp ing hands mantle Its appearance In early tines as n legal act symbolic of the parties Joining In compact peace jr friendship This is well seen in mar riage where the hand grasp was part of the ancient Hindoo ceremony as was the dextrarum junctlo of Rome which has passed Into the Christian rite We see it also used as a mere salu tation as where the tiresome acquaintance met by Horace in his stroll along time Via Sacra seized his hand Giving the right hand of fellowship Gnlatlnns 1H 0 passed naturally into a salutation throughout Christendom CrnnslnK the Feet Physical culturlsts say that the prac tice of sitting with the legs or even the feet crossed is a bad one nnd leas more to do with cold feet than most persons imagine It has this result principally through impeding the circulation of tho blood In the leg that Is crossed over the other The femoral veins are cramped w ith the consequence that tho blood is dammed back into the feet and above the knee inducing as well as cold feet a varicose condition in the veins of time calves Another reason why the habit should be discouraged is the fact that on general physiological principles It Is healthier to tilt squarely with both feet resting upon the floor whereas with tho legs crossed the weight of the body is thrown almost wholly to one side or the other A Chllru Logic A story illustrating the severe logic of some juvenile minds Is told by tho mother of the fouryearold girl involved One day thli observant miss saw a lame man on the street and asked her mother what made him walk so queer The mother told her It was because one leg was saortcr than tho ether Well she said there is a girl around the corner who Is that way After a few minutes meditation sho remarkedMamma wasnt It funny that God didnt give the two long legs to the man and the two short ones to the girl Baltimore Sun For a bad taste in the month take a few doses of ChainberJaniaB Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to care Foi sale by Short tTG Haynes S12 Drexel Building Philadelphia Pa Enclosed find one dollar for whichsend mo by return mail ono Quaker City SelfFilling Fountain PenName Address City or town State WwLt The nlAlnnlnIC How many stars can you see she askedTwo more than you he said How do you make that out she askedI see your eyes he snit And that was time beginning of it all Not NeccflMnrllr Fatal Almost from his boyhood said Mr Upmore who seldom boasts our Johnny has been ambidextrous My boy used to be troubled a good deal that way when he was little remarked Mr Goswell Wo always gave him castor oil for ItExchange The Retort Snrcnutlo- Spartacus What would you advise as the most effective disguise that I might assume for the masked ball to nightSmnarticusYou might put on an in telligent look Baltimore American Connldcrntc Housekeeper Half the things you wash are torn to pieces Washerwoman Yes mum but when a thing is torn In two or more pieces mum I only charge for them as ono piece mum No doubt we ought to love our work but sometimes it seems about in the same category with loving our ene mies Puck Prejudice squints when it looks and lea when it talks Abrantcs uininQeCures y I7L Ilonevery 9 CO box asc A Diplomatic Anarrer Now how old do you think I am coyly asked a literary spinster of a man whose unfailing courtesy was sup plemented by his wit on many occa lions liMy dear lady that is a hard ques tion for one who can scarcely remem ber his own age said the man cau tiously and in your caso It Is par ticularly difficult for you look u o years younger than It seems possible you can bt when I consider what a wonderful amount you have accom plished Made Matter Were- r am the unluckIest man alive Whats the matter Why I heard that she was engaged so I went round and proposed to her PO that she wouldnt think I hind been trl fling with linr And wnrnt she engaged Yes but she broke it off She said my love was more sincere than tL other fellowL ern EI It I w t w IIf t1 IJ- Jjv I I The Breckenridge News ai WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 MKM SHREVE i tl Frank WittinahUl spent Christmas lb Y rftMrs Elias Walker is very ill of i I t lagrippe = It i i Mrs Naucy Pate is very ill of con t I ii sumption I IAcandy breaking at Mr Gardens Tuesday night Miss Allgood of Owensboro is vis iting Mr Pate Dr J W Meador has been quite II11lthe past weeK Miss Amy Huff spent a week with 1Mrs John Wallace Cave Spring Church near Tarfork is nearing completion L Charles Stone of Falls of Rough is attending college at Louisville + T E Butler attended the banquet I at Fordsville Saturday evening Misses Mollie and Addle Tunstall spent a week at home Christmas Messrs Charlie and Clarence De weSse closed their schools tIllS week Misses Georgia Lloyd and Sallie Bnrch visited at Mr Wings thie week Walter Givens is visiting at the parsonage Falls of Rough this went Mr and Mrs H T Maxwell gave tne young people a party New Years eve Mrs Dave Maxwell of Glemlenne is a guest at Dr J W Moadon at TrislerMiss Amy Wilson of Spring LicK visited her uiotherMrs C W Rosou List week Miss Maxwell of Glendeane is a guest nt her uncle H T Maxwell this week Mr and Mrs Ed Davison enter tinned a host of friends to dinner WednesdayMiss Chambliss of Falls of Rough was shopping at T E Butlers ThursdayMrs Armstrong of Falls of Rough visited here and attended the meetingMrs Bill Tunstall gave a Hindi party Tuesday evening In honor of daughterMr Burch Felix are the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Elias Walker Misses Jessie and Maud Carien of the N rrowsare guests of their sister Mrs Nora Dowell Jim Duff and Miss Johnson of Ulaton were guests at Dr D H Godsoys last week Harvey Davison of Davisona Station has bought property and is moving in this week Miss Georgia Lloyd will teach a select school at this place as soon as the public school closes Mr and Mrs Jef Whittinghill en tertained the young people to a pound party Monday night A big protracted meeting conducted by Revs E D and Albert Maddox of Centertown has just closed Joe Hunter is superintending the erection of a part of the machinery in T E Butlers flouringmill Misses Jessie and Ruby Stone of Falls of Rough were guests at T E Butlers during the holidays Mr and Mrs Taylor Murphy went to the Narrows yesterday to see their son who was run over by his wagonJohn and Clark Owen of Jolly Station went to Oweusboro witha hundred and sixteen head of fat cattle last week Mr Cal Godsey sold his farm down on Rough river to Bet t Cooper and bought a house and lot in the village and moved in last week The stone masons wOrKing on T ti Butlers mill art making rather slow progress laying the foundations for the machinery on account of so much freezing weather AuersDont try cheap cough medi yersCherryrecord it has sixty years of CherryPectoral cures Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles I have found that dyers Cherry Pectoral IIn the host medicine I can prescribe for bron chitis Influent courlu and hard colds SI LOGMAN WD Itluca N Y 25SOc 1100 J O A TEll CO drub aler Lmvnll Mm AI BronchitisCorrect any tendency to constipa tion with small doses of Ayors Pills s + Without good red blood a man has a weak heart and poor nerves Courage is a Matter of the Blood Anemia means thin ness of blood It is common in men and young women and all those who work indoors who do not get enough outdoor air and good oxygen in their lungs There are too many white blood corpuscles in such cases and there is often a peculiar sound in the heart called a murmur in cases of anemia This heart murmur is caused by thinness of the blood passing through the heart The murmur of anemia disappears when the blood regains its natural consistency and richness It is not heart disease Sometimes people suffer intense pain over the heart which is not heart disease but caused by the stomach It is the occasion of much anxiety alarm and suffering for which its victim is dependent upon reflex byindigestioncoughs are dependent upon these reflex disturbances of what is called the pneumo gnstric nerve To enrich the blood and increase the red blood corpuscles thereby feeding the nerves on rich red blood and doing away with nervous irritability take Dr pierce Golden Medical Discovery which promotes digestion and assimilation of food so that the blood gets its proper supply of nourishment from the stomach Get as near to natures way as you can A medicine made entirely of botanical ex tracts and which does not contain alcohol is the safest Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery contains no alcohol or narcotics Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the best liver pills Miss Irene Whittinghil of Trislcr and Miss Willie Chambliss of Falls of Rough will go to Lexington to attend school at the A and M college next weep Short llaynes Successful After a great deal of effort and correspondence Short Haynes the popular druggists have succeeded in getting the Dr Howard Co to make a special halfprice introductory offie on tne regular fifty cent size of their celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia This medicine is a receut discov ery lor the cure of all diseases of the stomach and bowels It not only Hires quick relief but it makes permanent cures Dr Howards specific has been so remarkably successful in curing con stipation dyspepsia and all liver troubles that Short Haynes are willing to return the price paid in ever case where it dose not give rev list The oldfashioned idea of doing with mineral water cathartic pills or harsh purgatives will soon be a thing of the past The best physicians are prescribing Dr Howards specific because it really gives the desired results and on account of the small and pleasant does that is needed So great is the demand for this spec ific that Short Haynes have been able to secure only a llinitd supply and every one who is troubled with dyspepsia constipation or liver trouble should call upon them at once or send 25 cents and get uitxy doses I of the best medicine ever made on this special halfprice offer with their personal gua rantee to refund the mon ey if it docs not cur- eLAtANT Mrs A H Ammons is ill George Hendrix spent Christmas hereJames Morgans son Dennin is ill or pneumonia There was a social at Marion Belew s last Thursday night The young folks attended the Box supper at Chilo Thursday night Claude Hardesty spent Christmas with his uncle Horace Hardesty near RaymondMr Mrs Frank Bayslnger have returned home after n visit to their parents near Paynesville Mr and Mrs Paul Kullman spent Sunday with Mrs Knllmans sister Mrs John Watbem of Rhodella Mrs L T Roberts gave a nice treat to the Sunday school children at Rob erts schoolhouse last Sunday- J C Messerve is on the road with his engine and saw mill en route to Yellow Dank creek to spend the win ter FRYMIRE Mrs John Barr is ill HughhaveMorton Wheeler of Louisville is visiting relatives in this community Little Velma Bruner spent Christ mas with her aunt Mrs S Brashear Joe Gilliland and Jess Pophaiu visit ed several1 day at Ohenault last week Mrs B F Gilliland and Mrs T DI Brody spent Sunday with Mrs W BarrDan Stiles who has had his saw mill near here for sometime has moved to Rbodelia The meeting at Will Peters New Years night was quite a success The young people report an excellent time A y W IN w 7 COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Nancy J Kronsh o Plaintiffs vsIn Equity Dolly B Kroush 0 Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1103 In the above cause for the sale ol the hereinafter described real estate with interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the day of sale 1004 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in HardinsburgKyto the highest bidder at Public Auction on Mondav the 25 day of January 1004 at 1 oclock P M or thereabouts being County Court day upon a credit of three six and twelve months retained tu secure payment of purchase money the following described proper ty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land ly ing situate and being in the County of Breckenridge and stite of Kentucky on the waters of Clay Lick described as follows Beginning at one of the original corners a poplar and elm near James Skllmnns spring then with his line S 10 E 74 poles to a rock then with another line 71 E 20 poles to a sas aims and hickory corner to dower then with a line thereof S 03 W 82 poles to a stake in n road then S 01 W 10 poles to a small hickory blaoic oak mold post oak in A Sholluians line thence with his line N 5 W 00 poles to a rock his corner the nce with another line S 8Q4 W 84 poles to two poplars in a drain corner to lotNo4 thence with n line of lot No4 N70 roles to a dogwood and black oak near a beech in Falkners line tnen with said line S 01 E 10 poles to a beech and white onb then with another line N 27 E 00 poles to n rock then with another line S 01 E 100 poles to the beginning containing 01 acres more or less Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be wade For purchase price the purchaser theII approved security or securities execute Bond bearing legal from the day of sale until paid nna having the force and effect of a replevin bond Bidders will be prepar ed to comply promptly with these terms H Dell MoormanCommissioner CASTOBXABean thethe KM You Have Always Bought Signature Y41of PATESVILLE Success to the News In the coming yearMiss Lyda Gri min of Ensor is vis iting her uncle H S Kincaid and family of this place Rev Oldhnm the pastor of the Baptist church employed Rev Voiles to assist him in the levival which began Sunday Our Sunda school at the Baptist church is progessing nicely under the management of Prof Wm Powers Superintendent also at the M E church with SJ Baker Superintendent A number of ladies visited our school Friday afternoon and their presence was highly appreciated by both teacher and pupils It is hoped that they will call again soon Our town has been overstocked with surprise the past weeK and one of the best given was the pie supper at the home of Clint Reid Mcnday evening it being his birthday On Wednesday evening there was given a pound supper and a candy pulling on Thursday evening after which the boys turned into a watchmeeting which was held in the schoolhouse Before the old year expired they capsized every thing in their reach The store porches they filled with plunder and then wrang every bell in town to greet the arrival of the happy new ye- arINDIGESTION I was troubled with atom ThedfordeDlackDraught In one week than all the doc tors medicine I took In a- yearMR5 SARAH B BHIRPIELD EllettsTllle Ind Thedforda Draught quickly invigorates the ac tion of the stomachand curci even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed forda Black Draught occa BionnUy you Will keep your perfect THEDFOR- D5BLACKDRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re lieve constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 25cent package BlackDraught bowelsIusedMRSASneadsFerry COnSTrPATloriI 1 q Ml TTTTTTTTTTVVTTTTVTTV uu A444 i AAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa4AAAALL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE In this sale thorn arc such remarkable bargains that it seems a pity that every one cant be hero to take advantage of them We arc sorry for these people they will lose money by their absence But everybody just cant come we know they would not stay away if there wore a possible show of them getting here Well we want to see everybody that is able to get about at our store feasting on these bargains There is a partialIHst below they ore just a sample of the real bars I gains you get on tho spot 33Youll be there wont you Wo believe you will if there is a winning way in low prices 8 Ladiess Cloaks at 6 Style Comfort quality and good workmanship are all in these cloaks Assorted colors Usual sizes They are worth every cent of the regular price 3 440 Ladies Cloaks at S3 4 a 85 Ladies Skirts at 350 4 theseobrown and mixtures Youll think yourself lucky if you get one They are cheap at that price 4q 3 Ladies Shoes 4 1- d Lace or Button low or iniitary 4 heels vlci kid and calfskin Your 44feet will fee at home in a strangers 4house in these shoes Comfort and style in them from ole to top 41I Dress Goods Cut to 25c toe4you or 25c We bought a big lot 4amid some loft Itll be good 41judgment to lay a lot away if you dont need any just now 1 Henriettas for 90c a Good values in this Dress Goods In most all shades desired Was really worth more than i at first you get it now for 90c per yard 4 4 IJolly Gardner Co IRVINQTONI KY rrwYWYYYYYYTYyyyyyyyyvyyy LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAO3 Chintz Royalty Practical also Notary Public I can survey your LaudsI write your Deeds nnd take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited rAddress me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all ot the Courts ot SrecsenrJdgo and adjoining coun floe Special attention given to collecting road cases mind criminal practice License toI practice In United States District Courts Office ovor Sank jf Hardlnsburg Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR INO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H HunscheW- ith Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre theyexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublebymembranC3l1ntnrthe T Mr S S Ball of Ravensuwl W Va says aI1 was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years mtllaforbabyKodol Digests What You Eat BoC only trta1aIePrepared by E O D WITT A 00 OHIOAQO Sold by all Druggists r If J 10 Mens Suits at 750 You find such good workmanship and style in these goods that you are astonished at their low price The big leg trousers and new cut coat are in these suits 750 Mens Suits at 5 25 per cent off on Caps Caps make the little boys lo k swell Assorted colors All sizes Pricei low enough for every boy to own a cap 50 per cent off on Shoes Plenty of goodness in these Shoes They are made for everyday hard wear Easy on your feet We cut the price down 50 per cent so you get the profit 511 Corsets for 75c They are the gooduF P make of Corsets that always wear well Comfort in them for you and your pocketbook at 7 c each 50c for Mens Underwear Underwear like this is the kind to buy if you want the best The high est quality of material are in these along wth good making I I Surveyor t IRVINGTON Morris McCoy was in Brandenburg seeing a friend and enjoying the old burgMiss Mary Cornwall gave a dance during the week of gayety Miss Lois Newman of Louisville- is the company of her cousin Miss RobertsBristoDrake was home from Louis vine Christmas week Miss Carrie Drury Frakes little visitor Tallehasse Haynes of Brand enbnrg returned home Thursday Miss Eva Herndon has returned from a delightful week spent in CloverportThe Mercer of Raymond here enjoying Mrs Frank Clav combs hospitality Robt Jordon and Bernard Carter leave Tuesday for McKinnov Texts Mr and Mrs ono Henry were in Enron visiting friends Thursday Eva McGlothlan left Monday for Georgetown college Edgar Bennett Louis Jolly and Hubert Piggott have returned to their respective schools happy aid ready to get into stead work again Mr and Mrs D 0 Heron enter tamed a number of prominent masons St Johns day Dec 27 Mrs Annie Herndon accompanied by her niece Mrs Abe Newman to Louisville toaay to visit relatives Mr and Mrs J T Lewis were made very happy by the generous folks of Stephensport church in u large donation which arrived last week The Stephensport people realize they have one of the best pastors in this association and they gladly sho w a real appreciation How it must warm the hearts of the preacher to serve a people like this Rev W A Hynes wishos to thank the people of Irvington cirouit for the generous and kindly way in which they remembered him at Christmas time both with donations and valuable presents Munfordtand Embry Wrather were among the elaborateTnear Gaston Dee Mr and Mrs Worland Curler gave a dance in honorof Miss Lois New man of Louisville during Christmas weekLonnie Dowell leaves Monday for Bowling Green to take a business t 10 Overcoats at 8 E Style all over these Overcoats paded shoulders full cut and shapely Extra good quality in the wool and lining They keep you warm 8 Overcoats at 6 Kitchen Safes at 350 E ofEEand 450 The doors and drawers these safes work easy Plenty shelves in them Look nice and are easily cleaned Bedsteads 350 to 750II Iron and wooden bedsteads in and full sizes Iron ones different colors Beauty and hdfIIbility in every inch of them 350 to 250 for Shoes C Eforheels and toes of this Shoe Just the Slice for the sports They the famous Star BrandEE Prices on Bridles make you buy from us are the low You get the best material in every piece of harness bought front us All styles and prices I are go 20 are est COUHO in that school The inclement weather of Friday night kept most of the young people indoors and only those near by braved the storm and enjoyed the leap year entertainment given by Mr and Mrs Will Gardner A prize was offered to the young lady that wrote the best and cutest leap year invitation to a young gentlemen No doubt quite a number had to draw for it Mr and Mrs Gibson of Cloverport spent several days in the home of Mr and Mrs Bonner Gibson during their stay in the neighborhood- Sam Bishop wife and sister Mies Came Anderson were here during the week enjoying the company of Mr and Mrs Loo Bishoff Midwinter bargain sale at Jolly Gardiner Co These are absolute bargains Remnants and broken stock going cheap must go in order to make room for new goods now pur based and getting ready for stock taking If you would save money at tend these bargain sales Jamas Bate Herndon the popular Home Insurance man is now in Hurdin county assisting his manager Mr Gabbert who has been ill Mr and Mrs Conlund and Roy of Brandenburg spent several days here during the holiday week The Misses Stith of near Gaston were here visiting Musses Claudia and Maggie Bandy last week Roy Wimp attended a midwinter gardenparty at Henderson Friday the Misses Herndon being hostess Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S=ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases tako a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing puins in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even Involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of tho bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hugs colored your kidneys and bladder aro diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardischarges appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanio Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric aoid and dissolves and destroys itPlea 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 Clorerort Ky