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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, January 13, 1904. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1904 brc1904011301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, January 13, 1904. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 4- I I w I f dj I 1 1j vj jj- ii t I ii- I if it a I s- r l 4 9 t- ro i- a ti h ehii w ft w i1t ry r Yy ryl f i y ts u t = P r rr I1- p j p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13 1904 8 Pages NO 26 NEWS OF THE- FRATERNITIES Ie jfi Cloverport Lodge No 183 F A electedhandfollows 0 W Moorman Jr Wormip HarpotClnIorHamman Junior Warden AB SKill ipinftn Treasurer Chas B Skillman Secretary Fred D Ferry Senior jjfcDoncon L J Behen Junior Dea ftroon i WI3 Smart aud J W Pate j Stewards Marion Behen Tyler ff and Rev SJ Rioney of Dukes p Chaplain Af During 1003 the lodge did much Inactive worn and the building debt on reducedranoutt Excellent condition in a number t f respects Breckenridge Lodge No 01 K P has installed the following officers for 1004 J M Fitch Chancellor Commander D J Coombes ViceChun tacellor 8 P Conrad Prelate D H f Babbage Master of Wore 0 W Hammaii Keeper of Record and Seal y Chas May Sr Master of Finance Edgar WhltheadMaster of Exchequer Alfonzo Kingsbury Master of Arms Christian Guam Inside Guard Elijah Gibson Outside Guard and Henry f Yeager Tinstee Frank English is the retiring C C I This lodge has a very good showing r for 1003 having enrolled about thir lateen members during that period Sectionp4 elected the following officers G W KTHnort President Edgar Whitehead I Vice President Chas May Sr ij Secretary and Treasurer and Dr A A Simons Examining Physician The Endowment Rank of the local j K P lodge has added about fourteen new members during the pest year and the aggregate insurance is 48000 Clover Lodge No 42 A O U W 5 will be officered during the ensuing six months by officers installed at the I regular meeting last weeK They are H G Yeager Past Master Workman CE Lightfoot Master Workman Chas Jackson Foreman J M Gregory Overseer Wallace Lisbon Re corder John Burn Financier H W Wendelken Receiver H Lewis Guide George Wendelken Inside Watchman Wm Boffins Outside Watchman John Burn was elected delegate to the Grand Lodge meeting which will beheld in TcuisvIHe in February The lodge has a remarkable mortality record since it was organized about 1801 Although it has about a hun dred members only four have died They are Grant Gregory Henry 0 Brian Joe Friel and Allen Satterfleld Wanted 50 Men and Women Short Haynes tae enterprising druggists are advertising today for L fifty men and woman to take advau tags of the special halfprice otter t Howardsststipation and dyspepma and get a v fifty cent package at halfprice 25 cents r So positive they are of the remark able power of this specific to cure these diseases as well as siokheadaohe yand liver trouble that they agree I to refund the money to any customer whom this medicine does not quickly v relieve and cure With Dr Howards specific at hand you c m eat what you want and have no lear of ill consequences It strengthens the stomach gives per feat digestion regulates the bowels creates an abpetite and maKes life worth living This is an unusual opportunity to Obtain 00 doses of the best medicine ever made for half its regular price with the personal guarantee of a well known business firm to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction If you cannot call at Short Hay I nee store to day send them 25 cents by mail and they will send you apaok age promptly charges paid Young Life Comes to End illman Ky Jan 12 Special iurvey MoFull the fifteen yearold 1of Dave MoFall died Sunday at 035 oclocK He was ill AJJ a few days and died of pneumo nia tever The Interment was at the Fairvfew graveyard most of the re latives and many friends being pres ent OA t9 TOnX El dears theThe Kind You Haw Always Bought IIUAture YI of tV I i L a 1 M it 7 n MEN WHO WILL SERVE IN 1904 E E Gregory left Friday for Cen tral City Ky to accept the position of cashier of the Central City Deposit Bans Mr Gregory had been cashier of the Bank of Cloverport since it be gao business the first of last year and with his new position comes an in crease in salary He came to this city from Owensboro and made many friends while popular in both social and business circles He won the esteem and confidence of his employers and in recognition of his efficiency one of the Owensboro stockholders of the bank promoted him to his new positionAt meeting on Monday of the directors of the Bank of Cloverport who are the same as they were in 1003 an election for three of the officers for 1004 was held Frank P Payne WAS elected president Marion Weatherholt Cashier and Dr A A Simons assistant cashier The elec tion of vicepresident was postponed for several days Mr Weatherholt was formerly president and Dr Simons vicepresident The Cloverport Real Estate Improvement company has elected officers for the first six months of 1004 as fol lows J A Barry president J C Nolte Vicepresident and M Weath erholt Secretary and Treasurer These three gentleman L T Reid and Dr A A Simons are the new directors of the company Although the company has been doing business only a few months it has declared a dividend of Eve per cent which is considered a good showing Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one ininnteT because is kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing tne cough and at the tine clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in aU curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Slod by All Drug Co To Build Another Boat T F Sawyer is making arrangements to build another gasoline tow boat The boat will be a better craft than the Constance which he sold last Thursday He will begin worn on the boat this month The Best Prescription for Malaria ucihilis and Fever IIs 4 uuttioot Qrove8 Taste less Chili Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qul IayPriceA Good Bookkeeper A very important factor in every business whether large or small is a good bookkeeper In this day and time when competition is keen and sharp and profits close it tikes fine management and close attention to detail to run a business successfully Nothing is more important than the keeping of the accounts Its not only satisfaction to the proprietor but Its a boon to the customers to have ones accounts correctly kept and every item so entered that it Is no trouble to see at a glance just what is was the price and who purchased it This is the kind of bookKeeper Morris Jolly is and the kind of books he keeps for the wellknown firm of Jolly Gard ner Co of Irvington His books are neatly accurate and wellkept and show at a glance just what the firm is doing and reflect great credit on Mr Jollys ability as an accountant The Bandy House Irvington Mr aud Mrs Pomp McCoy have rented the Bandy house at Irvington and opened a boarding house Mrs Mc Coy is a splendid housekeeper a good cook herself and Knows how to prepare and serve a meal One feels very much at home at her table whiih is well supplied with all the substantiate that go to make up a good meal The Bandy House under its new manage ment ought to command a good share of the trade of thut tows Lot Owners Cloverport Cemetery- A meeting of the lot holders of the CldverportCemntery Co will be held at the Breckenridgo Bank Thursday Jan 28 at 2 oclock p m for tho pur pose of electing a new Board of Direo tors All lot owners are requested to be present- A A LaHeist I Secretary 7tVy 1 s- a iY WHERE PLUMS ARE FALLING Hardinsburg Ky Jan 12Spe- OIalAs tipped In last weeks News Mr Lee Walls has been announced as Judge Weed S Chelfs appointee for the position of Master Commissioner of the Breckenridge circuit court Mr Walls will be sworn in at the Februa ry term of court He will move here with his family and open an office The appointment of Mr Walls to this important position is meeting with much favor generally- Dr J T Baker has been appointed Poor House Commissioner and Physi cian for the county vice Dr Milton Board Jr xesigned The appointment of Dr Milton Board as Superintendent of the Hop kinsville asylum has been conbmari by the State Senate Dr Board will re move to Hopkinsville and take cnarge of the asylum about January 20 Chas B Miller will be appointed to a position of responsibility at the Hopkinsville asylum in a few day His appointment was obtained through the good offices of Dr Board Mr Miller left yesterday for Lexing ton where he will spend some time at that asylum learning the duties of his position Dr L B Moorman of Irvington will be appointed on the Board of Pension Surgeons in the place of Dr Milton Board who resigned on account of his removel to Hopkins ville 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 pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Drug Co- Abandon the Megiddo The mission boat Megiddo which was here several months ago is tied up at Shawneetown IlL the crew having abandoned the steamer While at Shawneetown the boat vas struck bv an ice gorge and was dam aged The crew became disgusted aud deserted OASTOncA Dthctid Always Bough THE NEWS AT- HARDINSBURGS Hardlnebmg Ky Jan 12Special Tho Board of Supervisors adjourned Saturday to meet again on Tuesday Jan 10 when they wIn begin to hear complains from the persons nieed On Tuesday they will hear persons from the Hnrdlnsburg and Jnicn Star districts on Wednesday from Clover port and Hudsonville districts oni Thursday from the Uevrleyville dis trict and on Friday from tho Mc Daniels district The Board did not raise as many lists this time as they aid last year Masons Confer Degrees Hardinsburg Ky Jan 12Speclal A party of Masons composed of Jesse Whitworth W S Ball Amos Board Charles P Edmunds Andrew Driskell Paul Compton Hon DeH Moorman and Jno C Haswell Jr will so to Glendeane today to assist the lodge there in conferring degrees To Abolish Bandy District Hardinsburg Ky Jan 12Spe- cialA number of persons residing in that part of the county have pro posed a plan to abolish the Bandy school district and form another district out of a portion of it and parts from Clifton Mills Freedom and Nortons It is thought that the new district will be formed unless unexpected opposition devel ops Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold In one day No cure No pay Price S5c Death of W G Tilford Mr W G Tilford father of W T Tilford poprietor of the Fair died at his home at Cromwell Ky last Wednesday morning at 9 oclock after an illness of four years due to the failing powers of old age Tne funer al was preached at the Green River church and the interment was near Cromwell on last Thursday Besides W T Tilford of this cltythe deceas ed liift four daughters and three sons Mr W T TIlford attended his fathers funeral on Thursday and was at his bedside when he died The Fair was closed part of Wednesday and Thursday in respect of his fathers death Real Estate Transfer House and lot on Center street Mrs Mary Oelzo to Mrs Lillie Adams N Watchesii Dont you need a bettor time piece than the ono you hnvo d1ii Como in and let me show you a few watches and make you a price Standard goods at bargain prices are my words to you Get a nice Elgin or Waltham movement and you will be well satisfiedW OELZE Music and Jewelry Store i Fine Repair WorkII I have a firstclass jeweler that can do ull kinds of jewelry re pair work and everything is guaranteed to be as represented Maybe that watch of yours has never run just right Bring it hero and let us fix it It will cost you nothing if wo are not successful afc making it run correctly Come to mo for any thing thut needs repairs in my lino and I will insure you satisfaction W B OELZE Music and Jewelry Store Marks the timeFor you to try Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Tomorrow never comes to many busyhousekeepersThe which the entire family will hail the betterment of your baking wilt reward you for acting today Cadicks Gold Dust Flour tiever varies in quality Your grocer will sup ply you um u nn Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND c M DEATH CLAIMSI JOSEPH FRIEL I J Joseph E Friel died at his homo at Victoria at 3 oclock Saturday nfter J noon of consumption He had been bedfast about six weeks and in failing health for several years He consulted J the best physicians of Louisvi He but J they were unable to aid his CISOIMr Friel was one of the most prominent men of his section He was wellknown as a storekeeper and a j farmer and was also popular as a I school teacher He was weIlllleedtt by all his acquaintances and was a good citizen Death came in the prime of life Mr Friel is survived by a wife one daughter Addle Friel and three sons Francis Emmett and Freddie all of Victoria He also j leaves three brothers Mike Chas and Jas Friel- ThE interment was held Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at St Roses cemetery on the Victoria roads about two miles from this city The fun eral services was held at the grave Father Edwin Drury of Knottsville officiating in the absence of Father Bray pastor of St Roses at Lewis portBesides friends and relatives scat tered over the county the funeral wattIattended by the local A 0 U W I lodge or which Mr Friel was a mem j ber with an insurance of 2000 In the City on Business Messrs Ralph Polk of Indinnpo Us and W M MoKown of Louis villeof the J T Polk company were in the city Monday on business con nected with the companys local can nery The company was formerly known as the Polk Packing company the change in the name having been made recently F D Whlteneok the local manager will remain in the city several weeks before returning to Greenwood Ind Messrs J Broh and C A Crary came down from Huntington W Va Sunday to be in the city several days on business connected with the Murray Rooting Tile companys local factory in which they are stockholders Three Churches Want Lewis Irvington Ky Jan 12Speclal Rev J T Lewis of this place Iis being solicited to take charge of the work at Brandenburg Highland and Sandy Hill Baptist churches their pastor Rev Hart having resigned to- go to Arcentine Republic ADDITIONAL LOCAL I 23c novels for 100 atJ D Bab aapes Mrs F M Smith spent Monday in OwensboroOrders for Buttertck Patterns atJ D Babbagos Read our calling card ad in this Issue D Babbage- A few magazines at 4o each former Drice lOcatJ D Babbages Our prices on fresh oysters are the lowest in townEnglish Kitchen Your special attention is called to tne calling card ad in this issue Miss Verlie Wendelken has returned t from a two weeks visit in Nashville TennMiss Nellie Bark who has been visiting in Louisville returned t Holt Saturday Mr and Mrs Ben Bates of Louisville were the guests of relatives a Holt the past week Ridley Berry and daughter Josie were in Henderson several days lastj week with relatives Miss Sallie Ritchie of Hawesvillo has been the guest of Miss Benolal Hull the past week Bob Mattingly and Sam Ahl of Hardinsburg were in town Monday en route to Owensboro Mrs A R Taylor of Sf Lcuis has been the guest of Mrs M J Mil ler several days the past week Mrs John Burk attended the last Illness and funeral of her cousin Joseph Friel ot Victoria Sunday Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer entertained a number of friends Saturday evening in honor of Miss Mary Sheldi on of Cannelton Miss Clara Carter daughter of Fladge Carter of near town went to Louisville Monday to enter the Snored Heart Academy order of the Orsallne SistersMrs Nora Board and little son JaokMoran and her mother Mrs T B Henderson went to Hardins burg Thursday to spend several days with relatives ir a Report of City Clerk Balance cash on hand Jan 55By51lly00ByoTo40To37ToOUTo87ToTo warrants drawn July 30533 To warrants drawn August 2J8 05 OlTo82To15To72Balance4550 00 4580 03 Total amount warrants for year 53 7058 distributed as follows General purposes glf0581 salary 1090 In terest 4800 Respectfully submitted- R L OEWE Clerk Report of Treasurer RECEIPTS 55By51By00By458009 EXPENDITURES 10llchMay 1 to orders paid 110349 50355RepeJNov 23 to orders paid 368 91 i2Jan4580 00 4580 04 O T SKILLMAN Treasurer Report Sinking Fund Commissioner IIBysaTo10BalanceCHAS B SKILLMAN Report of Tax Collector To collections for 1R9S 1 11 M 51To40To81ToTo collections for 10033207 63 51Less353677 MARION WEATHERHOLT QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1003- RESOURCES Loans nnd Discounts 2035763 Duo from National banks3227fiO 322769 Specie ttM63 147683FurnitureCurrent Fxpensos for tho Your 101870 101870 3362749 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash S 750000 Surplus Fund 159303 Deposits subject to check pald1145944Tlmtposits on which Int Is pd 707500 2453444 3362744 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount Indebtedness of any stockholder person company orllrm the liability of tho company orfirm the liability of thereotdirectlydebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the lank Nono 1lowlslndubtednessstutdlnnbovoItem I Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or ofllcer If amount of touch Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of NonoIDocs amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In Clio liability of the com tfpany or firm the liability of tho Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus Nono If so state amountof such Indobt edness X XoWere all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of not periodttho surplus fund before said dividend was declared X STATE OF KENTUCKY l County of Ureckonrldgo f 55 StatesItankthe town of Htcpbensport Ivy in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of tho condition of tho sail Hunk at tho close of thebestsays that tho business of said Hank has been transacted at tho location named and not elsewhere and that tho abovo report Is made In compliance with an ofllclal notice received from tho Secretary of Stato designating the 31st day ot Hoc 1903 as the day on which such report shall bo made JOHN 8 ADAIR Cashier JohnSJAMES CRAWFORD N1 B C My commission expires January 10 1000 GEORGE W PAYNE j It A SHELLMAN Directors K A SMITH 1 Important Notice Mr James W Gardner who has been in the employ of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society as District Superintendent for the past four years is no longer connected with said Society Please address all com mnnicaticns to George L Sehon State Superintendent Rooms 514 ands- GiG Tne Masonic Louisville Ky 150 John Holland fountain pens 75o atJ D Babbage if yII M i I i I M t f X i e I I I I r ii T rr w j T1 I t e J v J l to r f t t l plr I t 1XpgI- m + U++ lII01 ++ ++ rz H I tI 11 11zr1 U III lor III W gg THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISIIAM Author of Under the Rose Kkk Copyright 1902 by THE DOWEN MERRILL COMPANY itMrtrtrtrtetttrtrtrertrtrirtrtrtoirf rMrtl ttt MttttttttttA dirtrk s7ir Kr tttt + LMe tLtLLLIw lhrIoIoIoorIt b F rrTT CHAPTER XUIn lunii who ennt ibid UFon SIX this Is a predica muttered the pa troons jucknl as the conch in which he found hhnself sped nip Idly along the hlglnrny Here nin 1 ns much nil abductor ns my lord who whipped his lady from England to the colonies gloomily regarding n motion less figure on the sent opposite and a face like Ivory against the dark cushions Curse the story Telling it led to this How white she Isllke driven snow almost ns IP And Scroggs whose countenance lost a shade of its natural Hush going from flame color to salmon hue bent with sudden apprehension over a small hand which hung from the seat No Its only a swoon he contin teed relieved feeling her wrist with his knobby fingers How she struggled If it hadnt been for smothering her with the cloakbut the Jobs done nnd thats the end of 1L Settling back in his seat he watched her discontentedly alternately protesting against the adventure and consol ing himself weakly with the remem brance of the retainer weighing tho risks and the patroons ability to gloss over the matter now finding the for mer unduly obtrusive again comfort ed with the assurance of the power preempted by the land barons More over the task was half accomplished and it would be idle to recede now Why couldnt the patroon have re mained content with his bottler he grumbled But his mind must needs run to this frivolous and irrational pro ceeding Theres something reasonablo in pilfering a purse but carrying off a woman Yet shes a handsome bag gageOver tho half recumbent figure swept his glance pausing as he surveyed her face across which flowed a tress of hair loosened In the struggle Save for the unusual pallor of her cheek she might have been sleeping but as he watched her the lashes slowly lifted and he sullenly nerved himself for the encounter At the aspect of those beadllke eyes resolute although ill at ease llko a snake striving to charm an adversary a tremor of half recollection shone in her gaze and the color flooded her face Mechanically sweep Ing back the straggling lock of hair she raised herself without removing hor eyes He who had expected n tempest of tears shifted uneasily even irritably from that steady stare until finding the silence Intolerable he burst out Well maam am I a bugbear In hor dazed condition she probably did not hear his words or Iif she did- llet no meaning to them liar glance however strayed to the narrow window and then wandered back to the well worn Interior of the coach Sud denly as the startling realization of her position came to her she uttered a loud cry sprang toward the door and with nervous fingers strove to open it Time man placed a detaining hand on her shoulder nod roughly thrust her toward the sent Make the best of It he exclaimed peremptorily Im not to be trilled withWho are you she demanded breathlessly Thats an incriminating question innain ho replied Perlmp you will tell me the mean imr of this outran your smothering mo forcing me into this coach and driving awny where You asked where we were driving Across the country What Iis the intim ing of thU outrage I iMllove you Simi ed 10 All action spring from two- Nonreeaupid innI cupidity The rust of tho riddle youll have to guess Hut you have told mo nothing sho rwplletlIDo you cull ymt nothing You have tilL approximate cause cnusn unumntt Won It Cupid Xo fur like Haton your HOXH fantastical charms move me not This sally put him In totter tamper with himself She was helpless and lie experienced a churlish willsfnoUoii In her condition As he watched her out of the corner of hula eye weighing doubt nnd under tainty new Ideas assailed him After all lio had Hplrlt courage Moreover Hh was an actress and the patroon was madly In love with her Itll conic out all right madam nil rjlit for both of us Which Indeed VTftB his thought She believed him unsettled bereft of reason nnd although Ie was manifestly growing less hos IHc Ills surveillance became almost unbearable At every moment she felt him regarding her like n lynx and en deavored therefore to keep perfectly ntlll What would her strange warder do next It was not an alarming net however Ho consulted a massive watch remarking Its lunch time and over With your permission Ill take a bite and a drop Will you Join mo Sun turned her head away and not disconcerted by her curt refusal ho lrnv a wicker box from bcvcath a Boat and opened It Ills reference ton bite and a drop was obviously fig unllve especially the drop which crow to tho dimensions of n pint which 1sa z 1illU cs2htPorhrstlw flavor of the wine made him lcsnt tentive to his prisoner for ns he lifted the receptacle to his lips she thrust her arms through the window and a play hook dropped from her hand a possi ble clew for any one who might follow the coach For some time she had been awaiting this opportunity and when it came the carriage was entering a vii lage Scroggs finished his cup You see were provided for he began Hero the bottle fell from his hand The pntroon village he exclaimed In consternation Id forgotten we were so close And theyre all gath ere In the square too He cast a quick glance at her Youre all ready to call for help he sneered but Im not ready to part company yet Hastily drawing up one of the wood en shutters he placed himself near the window observing fiercely I dont propose you shall undo whats being done for you Let me hear from you Jerking his finger toward the square and Ill not answer for what Ill do But in spit of his ndmoultlon he read such determination in her eyes bo felt himself battled You intend to make trouble he cried and putting his head suddenly through the window he called to the driver Whip the horses through the market placer As the affrighted animals sprang for ward he blocked the window placing one hand on her shoulder lie felt her escape from his grasp but not daring to leave his post ho leaned out of the window when they were opposite the square and shook his fist at tho anti renters exclaiming- Ill arrest every mothers son of you Ill evict you Jail you for steal ing rent Drowned by the answering uproar The patroons dog Bullets for deputies the emissary of the land baron continued to threaten tho throng with his fist until well out of earshot and thanks to the level road beyond their resentment Not that they strove to follow him far for they thought the Jackal had taken leave of his senses But there was no defiance left In him when they were beyond the village and he fell back into his scat his face now nsh colored With fingers he could hardly control he opened a second bottle dispensed Ill arrest every mothers son of your with the formality of a glass amid set the neck to his lips repeating the op oration until It was empty when he tossed it out of the window to bo stint toned against a rock after which he sank again Into a semblance of mcdl tuition 1 Disappointed over her Ineffectual efforts overcome by tho strain the young girl for the time relaxed nil further attempt I Despairingly she observed how the sun dipped mill ever dipped toward the west when suddenly a sound afar rekindled her fainting spirits Listen lag more attentively she was assured Imagination laid not deceived tier It was the faint patter of a horses hoofsI Nearer it drew Quicker beat her pulses Moreover it was the ratatat of galloping Souse one was pursuing the coach on horseback Immersed in his own grapevine cas t tic her japer was unmindful of the approaching rider and she turned her face from him that he might not read her exultation Closer resounded the beating hoofs Who was the horseman Was it Barnes 7 SaintProsper The latters name had quickly suggested Itself to herAlthough tho rider whoever he might be continued to gain ground to her companion the approaching clatter was inseparable tram the noise of tho vc hide and it was not until the horse mull was nearly abreast and the car deuce of the galloping resolved ItselfI into clangor that the dreamer awoke with nn imprecation As he sprangI to his feet thus rudely disturbed nIfigure on horseback dashed by and n stern voice called to the driver Stop the coach Probably the command was given over the porsuaslve point of n weOIonI far Uio anlmalswQTQ lIrauu uo with a gulch Jliirntrcamo to a stan ltfll f a the middle of the road Menacing abusive as tho vehicle slopped the warders hand sought one of his pock ets when time young girl Impetuously caught his arm clinging to it tena ciouslyQuick Mr SaintProsper she cried recognizing as she thought the voice of the soldier You wildcat her Jailer exclaimed struggling to throw her oft Not succeeding he raised his free arm In n flurry of invective Curse you Will you lot go Quick Quick she called out hold Ing him more tightly- A flood of billingsgate flowed from his lips Let go or But before he could in his blind passion strike her or otherwise vent his rage a revolver was clapped to his face through the window amid with n look of surprise and terror his valor oozing from him he crouched back on the cushions At the same time th carriage door was thrown open and Edward Mauvlllc time patroon stood in the entrance Only an instant hl3 eyes swept her observing the flushed cheeks and disordered attire reading her wonder nt his unexpected appearance antito his satisfaction her relief as well only nn Instant during which the warder stared at him open mouthed and then his glance rested on the now thoroughly sober limb of the law Get out ho said briefly and harshly I nut began the other with a sickly grin intended to be ingratiating I dont understand this unexpected man ner this forcible departure from Coolly raising his weapon the par troon deliberately covered the hapless Jailer who unceremoniously scrambled otn of the door The land baron laugh ed replaced his revolver and turning to the young girl removed his hat It was fortunate Miss Carew I happened along he said gravely With your permission I will get In You can tell me what has happened as we drive along The manor house my temporary home is not far from here If I can be of any service commandi melI Tho Jackal saw the patroon spring into the carriage having fastened his horse behind nnd drive off CHAPTER XIII afternoon was waning TIlEtllnst the golden western tho old manor house loomed in solemn majesty the fields and forests emphasizing its isola tion in the darkening hour of sunset as a coach with Jaded horses passed through the avenue of trees and ap proached the broad portico A great string of trailing vine hall been torn from the walls by the wind and now waved mournfully to and fro with no hand to adjust it In tho rear was a huge timbered barn the door of which was unfastened swinging on its rusty hinges with a creaking and moaning soundAs gnyly as In the days when the periwigged coachman had driven the elaborate equipage of the early par troons through the wrought iron gate this modern descendant entered the historic portals not to be met however by servitors in knee breeches at the front door but by the solitary caretaker who appeared on the portico in considerable disorder and evident state of excitement accompanied by the shaggy dog Oloffe The deputies shot two of the tenants today hurriedly exclaimed the guardian of the place without noticing Mauvllles companion The farmers fired upon them they replied and one of the tenants Is dead A good lesson for them since they were the aggressors cried the heir as he sprang from the coach But you have startled the lady An exclamation from the vehicle in an unmistakably feminine voice caused the wnchtmecster now to observe the occupant for the first time and the servant threw up his hands In consternation Here was a master who drank all night shot his tenants by proxy visited strollers and now brought one of thorn to the steyn That the strange lady was a player Olykoeks Immedl ately made up his mind and he viewed her with mingled aversion and fear ns the early settlers regarded sorcerers and witches She was very beautiful he observed in that quick glance but therefore the more dangerous She ap peared distressed but he attributed her apparent grief to artfulness lie at once saw a new source of trouble in her presence as though the threads were not already sufficiently entangled without the Introduction of a woman nnd she n public performerInto the complicated mesh Fasten the Iron shutters of tho house briefly commended Mnuvllle breaking In upon the servants painful reverie Theo help this man change the horses and put ill tho grays Olykoeks with n final deprecatory glance at the coach expressive df his estimate of his masters light conduct and his apprehension of the outcome disappeared to obey this order May I assist you Miss Carcw saidI the land baron deferentially offering his arm to the young girl whoso paloj but observant face disclosed new de mur nnd inquiry But you said we would go right on sloe returned drawing back with im plied dissent When the horses are changed If you will step out tho carriage will be driven to the barn Reluctantly she obeyed nnd as she did so tho patroon and tho coachmanJ exchanged pithy glances Look sharp commanded the master i sternly Oh he wont run away added Mauvillo quickly in answer to her look of surprise He knows I could timid him and fingering his re volver will not disoblige me Later tY 7 countenanceatouched the horses with his whip and turned them toward the barn leaving the patroon and his companion shone on tho brand portico Sweeping from a distant grove of slender poplars awl snowy birches a breeze bore down upon thorn suddenly bleak and frosty and she shivered in the nipping air You are chilled he cried If you would but go into the house while we are waiting Indeed If you do not I shall wonder how I have offended you It will be something to remember half lightly half seriously that you have crossed my threshold annundlssembled smile his accents so re gretful that after a moments hesita lion Constance entered followed Ly the patroon Sweeping aside the heavy draperies from the window lie pea mlttcd the golden shafts of the ebbing day to enter the hall gleaming on the andethe furniture faintly Illuminating time faded pictures and weirdly revealing the turnings of the mqsslvc stairway No wonder n half shudder of apprehension seized the young actress in spite of her self reliance and courage as she entered the solemn and mournful place where past grandeur offered nothing save morbid memories and where the frailty of existence was significantly written After that Indian summer tiny the sun was sinking angry and fiery as though presaging a speedy reform In the vagaries of the season and an immediate return to time legitimate surroundings of October Involuntarily the girl moved to tho window where the light rested on her brown tresses and as Mauville watch ed that radiance shifting and chang ing her hair alight with mystic color the passion that had prompted him to this end was stirred anew dissipating any intrusive doubts The veering and flickering sheer seemed but a web of entangling Irradiation A span of sir hence became an Interminable period to her with no sight of fresh horses or sign of preparation for the home Jour ney What takes him so long she said finally with Impatience It is getting so laterIt late ho answered Almost too late to go on You are weary and worn Why not rest hero tonight Rest borer she repeated with a start of surprise You are not fit to drive farther Tomorrow we can return Tomorrow she cried But what do you mean 7 That I must insist upon your spar Ing yourself he said firmly although a red spot flushed his cheek No no We must leave at once she answered Ho smiled reassuringly Why will you not have confidence in me he asked You have not the strength to travel all night over a rough road aft er such a trying day For your own sake I beg you to give up the idea Here you are perfectly safe nnd may rest undisturbed Please call the horses at once An Impatient expression furrowed his brow Ho had relied on easily pre vailing upon her through her grati tude continuing In his disinterested role for yet some time resuming the Journey on the morrow carrying her farther nway under pretext of mistak ing the road until Here his plans had faded into a vague perspective dominated by unreasoning self confidence and egotism But her words threatened a rupture at the outset that would seriously alter the status of the adventure It is a mistake to go on tonight he said with a dissenting gesture However if you are determined And Mauvillo stepped to tho window Why the carriage Is not there he exclaimed looking out Not there she repeated incredulously You told them to change the horses Why- I dont understand returned the land baron with nn effort to make his voice surprised and concerned Ho may Hello there You Olyko cks he called out interrupting his own explanation Not Olykoeks but the drivers face appeared from behind the barn door and gazing through the window the young girl with a start suddenly real ized that she had seen him not for the first time that day but where when Through the growing perplex- Ity of her thoughts she heard time voice of her companion Why dont you hitch up the grays There are no horses In tho barn came the answer Strange The caretaker did not tell me they had been taken away com mented the other hastily stepping from the window as the driver van ished ow more into the barn I am sorry but there seems no alternative but to wait at least until I cnn send for others She continued to gazo toward the door through which the man had dis appeared Sho could place him now although his livery had been discarded for shabby clothes Sue recalled him distinctly in splto of this changed appearance Why uot make time best of it said Mauvillo softly but with glanco spar kling in spite of himself After all are you not giving yourself needless apprehensions You are at home here Anything you wish shall bo yours Consider yourself mistress mo one of your servants Almost imperceptibly his manner had changed Instinctive misgivings which had assallcd her In the coach with him now resolved themselves into assured fears Something she could not explain laud aroused her suspicions before they had reached the manor but hIs words hall glossed these inward qualms and a feeling of obligation sug nested trust not shrlukluc but with p J M =1f FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates the bo r els and stomach stops f crying cures summer complaint aI Mayor Yewell of Owcnsboro Ky =lI says Our baby was wasting away 5 i seemedbeyond p gave him up Owens Pink Mixture enoughItNone itoulce without this 5ST yff 0 25c end 50c bollle llinalnre on every pickite fftQm 3sV tb CMoney back II not utUladorr POT forlndlleatlonSOtableUFOR sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROIT MICH I Sold by till Druggists mils rust words a Lull light Illumlhca her faculties nn association of ideas revealed his Intent and performance It was you then she said slowly studying him with steady penetrating glanceYou she repeated with such con tempt that ho was momentarily dis concerted The man In the carriage ho was hired by you The driver his face is familiar I remember now where I saw himIn the Shadcngo valley He is your coachman Your rescue was planned to deceive me It deceived even your man lie had not expected that Your reassuring me was false the plan to change horses a trick to get me here If you would but listen Whenher eyes ablaw wlll this farce end f Her words took him unawares Not that he dreaded the betrayal of his actual purpose On the contrary his reckless temper chafing under her un expected obduracy now welcomed the opportunity of discarding the disinter ested and chivalrous part be bad as sumedWhen it ends in a honeymoon ma belle Constance be said swiftly His sudden words removing nil doubts as to his purpose awoke such repugnance in her that for a moment aversion was paramount to every other feeling Again she looked without but only the solitude of the fields arid for ests met her glance The remoteness of the situation gave the very boldness of his plan feasibil- Ity Was ho not his own magistrate in his own province Why then he had thought waste the golden moments He hind but one heed nowa study of physical beauty against a crimson backgroundTo of such loveliness lost in the wilderness be said softly The gates of art should all open to you Why should you play to rustic bump kins when the world of fashion would gladly receive you I am a poor prophet if you would not be a success in town It is not always easy to get a hearing to procure an audience but means could bo found Soon your name would be on every ones lips Your art Is fresh The Jaded world likes freshness The cynical town runs to artless art as an antidote to its own poison Most of tho players are wrin kled and worn A young taco will seem like a new grown white rose Sho did not answer Unresponsive as a statue she did not move Tbo sun shot beneath an obstructing branch and long searching shafts found access to the room Mauvillo moved forward impetuously until he stood on the Verge of the sunlight on the satinwood floor May luot devote myself to this cause Constance he continued You are naturally resentful toward me now But can I not show you that I have your welfare at heart ilf you were Go in tticrc he said curtly as ambitious as you aro attractive what might you not do Art is long our days are short youth tIles like n summer flay His glance sought hers questioning ly still no reply Only a wave of blood surged over her nock nnd brow while her eyes fell Then the glow re ceded leaving her white ns n snow ImageCome he urged May I not find for you those opportunities- He put out his eager hand as if to touch her Then suddenly the figure In the window dune to life and shrank back with wldolx onenndaveajva t upon fils thee nis gaze TouTS not with stand hers man of the world though he was and his free manner was replaced by something resembling mo mentary embarrassment Conscious of this new and annoying feeling his ego JIsm rose in arms as if protesting against the novel sensation and bial Continued on Page 6 0000000 iHarned Norm- alSCHOOL Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payablein advance Pupils absent one weekon account of sickness money refunded Good board and furnishedrooms at 2 and 225 per week For further particulars addres- sANDREW DRISKELL PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky THIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTEDT- heway to do this Is to read the WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON 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Christian pastor of the Jloverport church The following program is offered SunclayschoolHI ion of the School IJ At the Preach ing Service 4 During his Pastoral Visits General Discussion lead by- E B English The Importance of Teaching tho f Bible in the Sundayschool W V Harrell The Young Peoples Opportunity In tho Sundayschool Cliff Payne A B Culeinan tam Dowell 0 C Smith W J Piggott The Teachers Opportunity in the Sundayschool J T F Owen Andrew Crawford J B Herndon The Sundayschool a Missionary Agency General Discussion lead by W V Harrell and E B English Feeling the importance of Sunday school work we have placed the above subjects AllRre earnestly invited to be with us and visiting preachers are invited to take part While this la Baptist associational work we invite all Christians who are interested in the above to be with us Special In vitation is extended to the pastors of the churcnes of Irvington May the Lord give ua a good meeting- J T Lewis Pastor Irvington churc- hLaxative BromoGrips Cures a Cold inOno Day A IJl an every 9 CO box 25c Postal Receipts Increasing Receipts at the local postoffice in 1003 amonutrd to approximately 21I 450 According to Postmaster J Rowland who makes his report to the government every three mouths the receipts are steadily increasing every II year This is a thirdclass post office and the yearly receipts must be not less than 1800 in order for it to be BO rated admissions advantage burg Boys Success American Manufacturing Company charter yesterday placing paid following incorporators stock Thomas Slaugnter Fitzpatrick Estell maximum indebtedness limited Tuesdays CourierJournal was formerly Hardihsbnvg ton He business Louisville number ago had resign clerk the members oAhis im portant Purely Personal Lebanon visiting relatives Garfield Mover Rqckvale visiting her sister Louisville Melton Meyer visiting Branden Taking takoGrovog Ton that Iron liard WI H Our Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000 500 Cash st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Special Prizes of 50000 Each for Early Estimates Every subscriber BRECKFNRIDaE NEWS will un opportunity share in these magnificent prizes ho wishes participate in Great Worlds Contest in which these givenThft matter of this great contest Total Admissions during May first month of Great St Louis Worlds Without doubt Worlds which will at St Louis on May will be largest in world and every man woman and child should interested in this great enterprise Conditions of this Great Contest Evfty subscriber who remits 100 regular subscription price years subscrip tion to BitKCKKNiunaK NEWS receive one certificate which will any prize which estimate entitle Mint claim estimates of paid admissionsWhen you in your subscription at Worlds Fair during May first month of Write your name address and estimate Subscription Blank below and mail it THE BKECKKNKIDGE NEWS The contest will at midnight April 1904 and estimate received after that hour will be allowed The official record of Secretary of Worlds showing paid attendance during May first month of determine who are entitled to prizes and awards will bo made disintere committee of prominent judges during first week June As this contest will April 30 before opens all will have equalchance win these prizes Those who or guess NOW will have chance win Special Prize just good chance win Capital Prize of 500000 one who guesses on last day of contest money to pay prizes deposited in Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan can be for no other purpose In of tie or that or more estimators are equally correct prizes will bo divided equally between them HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES For tho nearest correct estimate or guess5000lo- or the second nearest correct estimate or guess 3500 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 1000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 500 pr tho fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 300 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 200 For tho seventh nearest correct estimate or guess IrO For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 100 For ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 75 For tho tooth correct estimate or guess M 50 ForUm next five nearest correct estimates or guesses S20 each 100 For tho next five nearest correct estimates or guesses each 50 For the next 2S nearest correct estimates or guesses 5 each For tho next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses J3 each 1335 413 prizes amounting to el1500 Valuable Information IToaid In forming your estimates we furnish the following figures Tho total paid admissions during May tho first month of the Chicago Worlds Fair wore Tho total paid during May tho first month of tho PanAmerican Exposition were 399430 What will be tho total paid admissions May tho first month of tho St Worlds Fair Figure out or guess at It and send In figures of your guesses It may mean a fortune to you The contest will close day before t tho Fair opens so that no advantage Is delay In timating result Send tho figures of your estimates or guesses with your subscriptions carofnl to write your name figures and 1 O plainly fan to take of tho Special Prizes ins The Skirt tiled a its capital stock 00000 of which is up The hold 7000 of Robert L S and E Sutton The amount of is to 45000 Estill E Sutton of and is a son of jJr Sut of that place started in in ns a clerk a of years He did so well he to us a and is now one of firm Mrs Frank Bell of is at MM Mich has been in Emma and of ROOK vale have been in burg IIYou Know What You Are you Tnstoless Chill ic because thu formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing Is simply and QuInine In a tasteless form ocuro I No pay Price 50c IN Prizes 1 to TIlE he to if to the hair is the Paid the the Fair the lair open 1 the fair ever held the be the for a THE will secure for him his to send also send your the total the the the Fair in the to close 30th no + the the Fair tho total the the Fair will the the by a tel the in close on the day the Fair an to vouiiiiittu a to a and as a to the as the the the The the is the and used case a two the nearest tlO HO 1060037 Buffalo during Louis It tho tho gained by es tho Bo Dont at 21000 each that of It In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct estimate received before Jan 15 g 000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Jan 15 and before 1eb1 iOO For the nearest correct estimate received on or after I lbl and before Feb 15 15500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb IS and before March 1 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March and before March 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March J5 and before April 1 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1 and before April 15500Tot- al 500 prizes amounting to 15000 I Subscription Blank Inclosed find Stoapply on Subscription Account NamO lostomce State My Estimates of the total number of pall admlsslQns to tho worlds Fair during the month of May are L r Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky 1 Silver Plate that Wean SpoonsknlvCII1even H they Jo cost a llttlo more Ttiraro worth the dlncrence ItS J tf47 + + 18 IulllnllRtrademark 1847 ROQIRS BROS CatalogueHaInternational Sliver Co MorldinConn Canneltons New Industry An important step In manufacturing circles has been effected in Cannelton by the organization of the Cnnneltoi Flouring mills incorporated with capital stock of 20000 of which 15 QUO is already paid up by local capitalists The Spirit of Winter The Spirit of Winter is with us making its presence known in many different ways sometimes by cheery snnshine and glistening snows and scmeti pj by driving winds and blinding storms To ninny people It seems to taKe a delight in making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh be comes more annoying ana the many symptoms of scrofula are developedam aggravated There is not much poet ry in this but there is truth and it is a wonder Unit more people dont get rid of these ailments Thu medicine that cures them Hjods Sarsaparilli Is easily obtained aiidtdere is abund not proof that its cures are radical and permanent BIG SPRING Miss Sue Bonrd who was thrown from her horse during Christmas week and sustained a fracture of her len limb at the hip joint is reported bj Dr atrother to begetting along nicely Henry Hardin who has been traveling for Simons Hardware company is taking a furlough during the month of January and is at home at presentBen Clarkson went to Louisville FridayMr Mrs H Meyer returned from Lousvlllo Friday where they had been for severalI days Born to the wife of Jim Lucas ou Deo 30 a daughter Mrs Sam Norris fell on the hard ground Thursday and fractured her knee cap and Dr Strother was called and treated the case Mrs John Meador is visiting her daughter Mrs T C Williams att West Point Jim Moorman has returned home from West Point Lam Craycroft is home prom schoolI at St Marys for a short stay Jack Collins has puchased a new organ for his little daughter Pearl John Richardson has one hundredI head of registered angora goats that he received from Texas Miss Nan Nichols who has been confined to her bed for sometime with pneumonia and other complications was operated on by Dr Strother last Thursday and is now reported t beimprovingMiss Jennie Meyers andI Mr Raymond Moorman nave all re turned to their schools and will not be home anymore until June Miss Olla May Clarkson is vlnitlng Miss Milda Herndon at HenderRonI O C Martin was in Louisville this week with several hogsheads of tobacco John D Meador who is staying Elizabethtown came home for Sunday and his wife is visiting in Louisville Kindly Take Notice that Elys Li quid Cream Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themwtlves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is theta Sold by druggists and mall ed by Ely Brothers GO Warran Street New YorK Religious Rev S 0 Christian preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday There were no services at the Meth odist church Rov P L King IS con ducting a protracted meetinga at the Methodist church In Lewisport this weeK I Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA IIAGENT WANTED n =+ 4 THE i Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville MPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr u + i Line Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA and I 4i 47 4im Tho most located and only QrstclaM hotel In tho city making a mm- 200 rate Only block from the principal district and two blocks from tho principal theatres Street cars pass the door to parts the city- Everything ft- 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be held at Henderson this afternoon Gov Brown was born at Elizabethtown in 1834 Gen John B Gordon commander of the United Confederate Veterans died at his plantation near Miami Fla Saturday night at 1005 oclock The immediate cause of death was uraemia poison following a chill The body of the Illustrious soldier now lies in state at Atlanta while grief stricken Georgia and the whole South bows in reverence over the great generals bier His death caused widespread regret in Kentucky where ho had found his way into the heartd of the people Lieut Gen Stephen D Lee succeeds Gen Gordon as com manderinchi of the Unite Confederate Veterans association Gnr Beckham m his message to the General Assembly last week urged that the school bill be passed that the insane asylum be placed under the control of a commission that a Capitol bill be passed that legislation be enacted to save the State expense from the support of pauper idiots that laws be made to prevent needless expenditures for criminal prosecution i that appropriations be made for the charitable educational and penal in stitutions which stand in need of aid and that an appropriation be made to defray ths expenses of Kentuckys exhibit at the St Louis Exposition The first objection to West Point and its vicinity as a maneuver site comes from West Point itself While the officials of the Government have apparently listened with a willing ear to the plans of the project a remon stance from some of the farmers has been received by Congressman Dave W Smith It came tram a religious faction which told Mr Smith that it did not think the presence of the sold- Iers desirable or advisable- I shall find out what the people of my district think of the soldiers com- Ing to West Point said Congressman Smith to a reporter in Louisville last week while en route to Washington and shall act accordingly Just whut my position shall be I shall not decide until I have determined what that sentiment is rOur representative the Hon D C Moorman has been treated very nicely by the Speaker of the House in the make up of tho committees He is made chairman of tho Committee on Agricnltureono of the most important committees in the House and for which ho is well equipped The Frankfort correspondent of the Cour ierJournal says of him He is well suited for this or any other good com mittee that requires business ability and a thorough understanding of agri cultural interests Besides being chairman of the Committee on Agriculture he is a mem ber of the following important com mitteesCities of the Fourth Fifth and Sixth Classes Banks and Banking A and M College Appellate Redistriotion The Hon A J Thompson of Meade comes in for his share of the honors Be is chairman of Public Warehouses and Granaries and a member of the following committees Sluicing Fund Education No 1 Claims County and City Courts In the Senate the Hon Gus W Richardson is in close touch with the speaKer and Is well taken care of He is chairman of the Committee on Cor porations and a member of the follow ing important committees Library and Public Buildings Railroads Reupportioning Legislative Districts Agriculture and Manufacture RulesTelegraph Telephones Interurban Electric Lines Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses eoothee and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Halm Is placed Into the nostrils prcatt over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and a cure follows It Is not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size M cenU at Drug gilts or by mail Trial Size 10 ccn e- ELY BHOTHEns 60 Warren Street New York The fact that poultry of all kinds Is bringing excellent prices this winter suggests that there is one way for the farmers to make easy money which few of diem in this county are taking advantage We say easy money In comparison to the present way in which the major part of the farmers of the county make their ready mon ey They depend almost solely upon their tobacco and are disappointed in weight quality price or the sea son nearly every year This year it iis light weight low prices and lute season Instead of being well fixed for the winter they are in the blues and in debt If they would give thler time and money to raising poultry they would enjoy much better results The market prices for poultry of course are Lot always good as theyare this winter but they are more ant form and satisfactory year after year than the prices paid lor tobacco The great American trouble is in digestion largely a result of the great American habit of hurry probaIblyThe stomach is given more than its share of work and is weakened The first thing to do in correcting the trouble is to stop fast eating The next thing is to take a good digestive tonic to strengthen the digestion and enrich the impoverished blood Such a tonic is Walthers Peptnmz ed Port a simple combination ot pure pepsin and good port wine to be had at all druggists Small size 50 cents large size 100 HARDINSBURG Three dollars buy a guaranteed watch C V Robertson went to Lewisport MondayEnoch Morton of Garfield was In town Monday George Harned of Custer was in town last Friday Dr S P Parks of Webster was in the city Wednesday The Rev W H Foreman preached at Dunes last Sunday Chintz Royalty went to Louisville Tuesday on a business trip S C Pickerill of Leitchfield vas here on a business trip last Friday Gen David R Murray hits opened a law office over the Farmers Bank Attorny J H Trent and Dr Miles of Brandenburg were in town Mon dayClaude Meroir returned home Thursday from a business trip to Col umbiaMrs Chas U Read of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard Mr Littleberry Masey who has been seriously sick for several daysia is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Herbert M Beard spent Sunday in town the guests of Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard Mr Joe Hayes a prosperous far mer of the MOOK neighborhood was in town Monday Mrs Margaret May is the guest of her daughter Mrs Emma Stain at Murray Ky Mr and MrsL B McCcubbins entertained the younger set at their home on Saturday evening Hon R M Jolly of Irvington was in the city last Wednesday and quali tied as Police Judge of that place The Rev W H Calvert preached at the M E chuich at the morning and evening services last Sunday Misses Jennie Green of Falls of Rough and Miss Allieno Murray will be the guests of Miss Minnie Murray this week Gen D R Murray and family have moved here from Cloverport and are occupying the residence of Dr Milton Board Mrs S W Pate of Bewleyville I returned home Monday after n visit of several days to Mr and Mrs Chintz Royalty Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell and two little daughters of Arcola Ill are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Jno Haswell Mr Haswell has sold out his business at Arcola and expects to go on the road as traveling saltsman The holidays are over and we did a fine business We are hors just the same and are doing business every day in the year Our stock is fine and uptodate As jewelers and silver smiths we are ever ready and prepar ed to do all kinds of repairing Fit ting spectacles a specialty Ev2rything guaranteedLewis Ball W To Cure A Cold In One Day AUdruggIsts cureEFirst Tobacco Season The first tobacco season that promises to continue began the first of the week Several loads were delivered to the local buyers Monday and Tuesday OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes and sold fifty and have The kidneys are your out waste the sick out fall do their achesandrheu come from cess uric acid the due neglected kidney unsteadyheartthoughtheykldneypolsoned arteriesItkidneysbutnearlyallbeginningmistakebyKllmcrsSwampRootsoon realized It the highest for its wonderful cures the most distressing cases is on Its merits by all druggists In cent onedollar slz es Youmay a blood purifiers they fil ter the or impurities in blocd if they are or of order they to work Pains matism ex of In blood to trouble stands of bottle mall nmpaootfreeout if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont1 make any mistake but remerubcr the fwampHooton every bottle Condensed Statement Condition of Bank of Hardinsburg At close of business December 31 1903 Wo again wish to invito your caroful study of tho figures in our statement and to again call your attention to tho very conservative value wo have placed on the items in our resources and wo wish to repeat that every dollar in these resources represents a full one hundred cents and more Wo trust that acarnful study of these figures will convince you that this bank is a safe place through which to transact your business While wo are largo enough to take care oftho largest business in this section wo wish to emphasize tho point that wo are desirous of getting tho very smallest accounts RESOURCES Notes and bills S 18653727 Cash in safe and other banks 5779244 Bonds 366522 Banking house and lot 180000 Other real estato 78670 Furniture and fixtures 40000 25098172I stock Total RespectfullyII BABBAGES Bargain HouseI In order cut down our stock wo here make that will you These are good for tho week only wo make them for cash None of these goods goon account or sent out on Sold for cash only Twelve pairs MensBargainII Shoes 010 200 Bargain Twelve pairs Ladles Fine No2 I Shoes 350 200 Bargain Vests No3 125C for lOc Bargain Ladies Skirts or No4 19SC Underskirts 50c Mens 50c SweatersBargainI I for t 38c Bargain Childrens 1 ShoesI No6 for 75c 125 Bed Comforts BargainI I for 75c All a5c Ladies Golf Gloves 15c BargainII Your pick out of the lot I As a Ray of Sunshine Phllpot Ky Jan 4 1003 Mr J D Babbage Dear Sir I should have written before now and given you my new address but I have not bud an opportunity 1 have not received the teelllikeI am always anxious for news from dear old and her people The News comes lice a ray ot shine into home awakening mem ories ol the pas when I was one among the good people of that town My present address is Philpot R F D No 1 and hope I will receive the News this week May Gods richest rest up on the News and Editor now and always is the sincere wish ofa friend Mrs W D Waters LIABILITY Capital paid in S 2500000 Surplus and undivided profits 1778850 Deposits f 20719313 Dividend No 26 duo Jan11904 100000 5 25098172 I to some prices astonish prices coming and positively approval Childrens sun our blessings Bargain Underskirts20cN-o 9 135C The pick of our 3SC line Bargain Ladies 50c Union Suits No 10 I for 25c 198NoI Suits138NoI IBcNo200 Jeans CoatsBargainII for100Barg- ain The pick of our entire stock ofI No 15 Mens 250 Pantsat100 Pants25cNo25c BABBAGE SON CLOVERPORT KY Cloverport The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres 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 IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits Fountain Pens very cheap at J D Babbages fL tr lI I GreatJanuaryReductionSale IIN- ow Going on at S B SCHOPP Cut Rate Store Stephensport Kentucky especiallygoodinventorytoocarry over IF A BIG CUT IN PRICES WILL SELL THEM We therefore have started our January Reduction Sale with the intention to make a clean sweep of all odds and endsin bargainsinWe sell all Calicoes at 4 78c per yd Hoosier Cotton 5 38c Other Goods in Proportion rrBRING YOUR PRODUCE ALONG S B SCHOPP Cut Rte Store Stephensport Kentucky I j+ JJi t I Gn f t t 11 I = J r 1I f14 I 11 c r ii1t O lfIff I1J r 4 I r i t I rf m Tv c t p 1 6- aa our II to- rust a to ion OOt t L13 i 100ll 72I l t i t s 0r- f i rrs rn pI ii f TTt- i A FACT BOUT THE BLUES BluesIs ing external conditions but I nth o great majority of casesby a disorder ed LIVER e THIS IS A FACT which may bo demonstra ted by trying a course of bits Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hopo and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1001 Your appetite satisfied for 25oEn- glieh Kitchen R B Pierce is in Fort Worth Texas visiting his sister Mr and Mrs R E Moorman were in Owensboro Thursday John Morton has recovered from a severe attacK of bilious fAver Farmers will find warm meals at all hours at the English Kitchen Mrs John Jarooe went to Hawes vine Thursday to visit relatives Father Edwin Drury of Knottsvllle wasthe guest of Father Brey Thurs dayWhen you come in with your toba c co get your meals at the English KI tchenIW B Oelze was in Louisville and Cincinnati Friday and Saturday on businessMiss I Mary Sheldon of Cannelton was in the city last week visiting relatives and friends Fred Tinins came down from Louisville Sunday to spend several days with his mother Miss Flora Smith of Cannelton was in the city Friday and Saturday the guest of Mrs Ulrich Farber Everybodys Munsey Ladies World Designer McClure and Strand maga zines for Jan have arrived J D Babbage Miss Augusta Benton of Louisville and Miss Katie Petrie of Powers were tho guests of Emmett Mattingly lost Tuesday and Wednesdav Delineator for February tells all about how the styles of 1830 govern those today and many other good binge 15c atJ D Babtnges Mrs Forbes the trained nurse who has been in the city for about a year went to Hawesvillo Thursday to be housekeeper at the home of Rev E R BennettMrs A Damewood of Shenan doah Iowa and her niece Miss Grace Plank of this city were in Owensboro Wednesday the guests of Mr G L Pl- ankProverbs cc When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often eems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally r tasternaturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment We will send you the penny 1 e a sample free Be we that this picture In the form of a label Ile on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulsion you bur SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5OCo and = too nil druggist Frank Fraize was in Hnrdinsburg yesterday Mrs Eugene Haynes was in Louis ville Monday Miss Minnie Simons hRS been quite ill the past week Light House laundry soap 7 bars fo- 25oEnglish r Kitchen Oar 10 cent lunch is tho best in town Engllbh Kitchen Judson Coombs was confined to his home last weeK with sickness Miss Pauline Moorman spent the holidays at St John with her fatner Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden havet returned from a short visit at Brand enburgMiss Mollve Gage of Grandview Ind is the guest of Miss Rut HaynesMr and Mrs L D Dowell and tons Russell and Shatter of Sample ar I visiting his son Mr Lee Dowell Father Edwin Drury neld servicesI at St Roses Sunday while Father Brey was at Lewisport holding ser vicesB M McCarty and famil have moved into the residence of Gen D Murray who moved to Hardinsburg ThursdayRev Mrs S 0 Christian were given a donation party at tbe Baptist parsonage Monday evening by the members of the church and their friendsThe Baptist Sundayschool elected the following officers Sunday for 1004 0 E Lightfoot Supt J E Keith assistant Snpt R 0 Willis Secre tary and Roy Crawford Librarian In marked contrast to the great number of patent medicines cure alls and secret preparations IB Walther- Peptonized Port This preparation claims no magic virtues has no mysterious composi tion and does not presume upon the intelligence of the people by pretend ing to be a sovereign cure for all the ills to which the flesh is heir Walthers PeptonizAd Port comes a common sense tonic composed of two wellknown remediesport wine and pepsin about the efficacy of which there is no question All Druggists sell Walthers Peptonized Port Small size 50 cents large size 100 Arm Broken by Fall Rnby Haynes the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Hook fell from a chair Friday at their homo and broke her arm Dr Simons St the fractur ed limb Domestic Trouble- sIt is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can oe lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills bytheIrLiver troubles They not only relieve you but cure woo at Short Ss Haynes Drug Store- ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL Gold Democrats ana Silver Democrats looked MOl in arm for the good of tbe party and the common welfare in Washington says Stealey But how long will they stay looked that is the question T The farmers perience with tobacco this year ought to learn him ales son Better go to raising ponltry and eggs males and hogs something thats in every day demand and that he can get to market any old time Our Pellville correspondent makes some timely remarks along this line which will be published in full next week We are sorry to lose Eh Gregory from this town He bad won his way into the hearts rf the business in terests here as well as into some other hearts oi a more tender nature Bo was becoming a fixture in this towns business affairs and a leading light in financial mutters He was pleasant courteous and kind making friends every day Heres hoping that his lot may be cast in pleasant and profit able fields and that be may grow and prosper beyond his fondest hopes Do you want all the news of local interest thats true and fit to print Youll find it in Tie Breokenridge News only 1 a year tend in your subscriptions now and include in it Farm Life a splenaid farm pa per If you dont want Farm Life make a guess in our great profit shar ing contest of 15000 First prize 5000 second prize 2500 and third prize 1000 Every subscriber who sends us a dollar on subscription is entitled to a guess in this contest The statement and condt ion of the Two States Bank 6t Stephensport appears In this issue and shows that this bank is in a strong and flourish ing condition with a good surplus to its credit Judge Adair its cashier is to be congratulated on his good chewing sad conservative manage ment This bank has been a great stimulus to the business interests of that town and surrounding commun- Ity It has put new life and energy Into things and helped all classes of business May its surplus still con- tInua to grow I i RlNewsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of nlways renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall takJ pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property rOOONoNo 3 Lot and 2 houses Elm and 2nd 1000 No I lot and house OsgIesby A trilinn 1000- Nos Lot and house Eiistland 800 No 6 Lot and louse Oak street fOO No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 hNo 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 9 Lot and house Third und Center BOO No 10 Lot and house Hardlns Creek 500- No 1ILot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Line R It 400 3iOe300NoNo 6 Lot and house River street 300 300NolHl 275No230No260NoNo23 Lot Wall btreet 2sO INo4 Lot Wall street 220 200No200No175NoJ25No30 15NoI ChestnutNo100No75NoONo250No1 175No0NoNo 42 Farm 100 acres and house 600 No 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on plko 200 No 45 Woodnnd 65 acres zr5 I No 46 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 02 acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 No 49 Three building lots Elm street 300 No 50 One aero and stone quarry on pike 25 No 51 One atid onehalf acres of ground byegrass Has 2story residence of 7 rooms with bull portico and porches fretgoodbarnund well of neverfulling water Pro 1200 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stone powerEclipsewill 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 liternryformpapers fore any legal tribunal lie also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates Four Fast Trains Chicago To St Paul MinneapolisVia RyLeaveNorthWestern Limited electric light ed throughout 1000 P M and 300 A N Fast schedules luxurious equip unequaledForservations applv to your nearest ticket agent or address N M BRHKZH 435 Vine Street Cincinnati O LOUIBURG Born to the wife of A J Keys Jan 7 a fine girl Roscoe Hendry is now mail agent on the L Hat St L railway Alaska Hardin is able to be out cir culating among his friends again Claude Grant will start in a few days for California on a prospecting- to tr The surprise party at Sash Avitts Saturday night was a success and en I joyed by all Mr and Mrs Wm Gibson and family Edisoh P and Mary of Holt spent several days visiting relatives here last week Sam Robertson ana family will leave for Indian Territory Jan 10 and will probably be accompanied by their kinsman Baton Robertson Mrs J W Brown of Ekron who JHardinher sister Mrs Sam Robertson and sou Victor home with her to spend a few days Ills SeventySixth Birthday I The above is a good likeness of Mr Thos Jolly who oelebrated his 0th birthday at his Eeweylvllle home Sunday t 1 2 Ll1 i i frftf 1 Advertisements Inserts t1 under this head ut onu cunt u word per week FOR SALE ISATI SALEl4 nlru lot ilea 4 room houss storuliouso 20x11 toot yood barn Ono wu I tcr In yard Apply to R MllliT horned Ky WANTED I treesbigutCloverporttrees HIUIUANI NUHHKHY Clovurport Ivy HOW TO KEEPYOUU TKOUSEKS NEAT SEND me 25c In coin or stumps und I will you how to keep your pants pressed explaintolIo lo1 Volt SALEHAY DANIIUnKSWANTE- DVlANTEDTrusvworthy Lady or Gentle man to manage business In this county sollilIIlIlIncllll directfromvnncid position porrautient Address Manager OOi Monon Hldg Chicago FOR SAL- EpORSArEonoowen Stove O T Skill Cloverport Ky FOR SALE F OR SALE Farm of 230 acres four miles lUgSpringIllgSpringIn good repair good burn crib etel cures In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stock water Also resent crp of corn implements IIItEwoodsFOR SALE sn head Shorthorn and Polled Durham cows and heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They are all first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls LOreenI MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Inuranco Policies bought for cash or writetoJNOI atlawFOR SALE- PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machines one lot of good Laundry machines OllsollneEnlllnrsMARTIN StreetLouisville Berkshire and BtRocksFOR SALE BarredPlymoutha ElllsInCurnTOIIN Farming in the South The Passeng r Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company Is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homesecker who will forward his name undersiguedwillbemulledfree others us they are published from month to month NOTICE- By mututil consent the firm of Oelze ft duydissolvedtho estate of A L Oulze deceased having purchased the Interest of Mr J W Pate therein The new management under the firm name of OelzoCo assuming all debts personsknowingOelze Pate will please come forward and settle at once so that the accounts of suld posslhllTllllnklnltronage which we hope they will share lib erally with the new firm we are Yours very truly OELZE PATE Cloverport Ky Dec 10th 1K03 +++++++++++ ++++++++ Tii SEDFOR SALE I Orchard Timothy und Clover Seed for sale which I guarantee to be Al J DUTSGHKE Holt Ky HM + YFPId +dTd ++ MTTdd +++ pHOW TO HAVE Small Grocery Bills trlldoI ItItheso for Instance Is what does It 1 1 c ICtoi SfforOrforbars2torCoffee pound I cfor0 CONNELL CO CLOVE PORT Ky L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 40 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 T ully Mall and Express leaves Clo roruortO40 A Al stops ut nil WILY stations arrives Louisville 1815 1 M No 44 Daily Mall and Express leaves Clo verport443 PM stops at ull way stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P1II WEST HOUND No 41 leaves Expresslororivillo 1360 PM arrives St Louis 710 1111 stops only at llawesvllle Lewlsport Towers SpottsvllleBasketsNo 43 Evansville Mall and Express leaves Olorcrport 735 PM Stops at all way sta tions Arrives at Evansvllle 1030 P M No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo rerport 1040 P14 arrives Evansville 10 A HawesvilleOwonsboroNo 47 Oloverport Accommodation Dully loaves Cloverport at 600 a m Stops at al stations Arrives at Evansvllle 900 a m Returning leaves Evansville ILt 530 p m arrives at aloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 4243 and 44 make connection at Irvington for Fordsvlllo every day except Sunda Trains 41143 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains 41 44 45 and 46 Parlor cars on trains 41 4f3 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Free reclining chair cars between Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 und 46 J I i i eeoseoo0oaeoeeoeeeeeeaeooeeoeaeose0oeeeeoeooooe0If iii Y It is your duty to provide yourself with warm iz Winter Clothing This week your body demands protection I from the elements We can save you that 11bad cold and may be a doctors bill if you i I I Iwill try one of our i i Caps Coats Furs Ear 0i i Muffs Gloves Over i coats Etc Z e I 0I I J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT f i KY i i i000 + NN NO N 0 44 rMFS1Duncan SpeaksM- ybaking is a source of delight to me since I can obtain such ex 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 nice really 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 of Golden Crown Flour is being proven by the volley of testimonials that are sent us by good housekeepers To tell people what they think of it we are 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 can well afford to spend her reputation in using any other and there is no housekeeper using it thats afraid to say so as tho testimonials prove If you can not procure Golden Crown Flour from your grocer send us his name please and well see that he gets a supply L Oelze Co Cloverport CXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX0 I FARMERS TELEPHONE LINES 11- All farmers who prefer to build and own their own tele 8- u phone lines can get connection and service with this Company R 0 under the most favorable conditions For further information R apply to our nearest local manager or write directly to the R Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company Nashville R Tenn 8 oooooooooooooooooocooooooo t e o oeoe o ooooee oo o0eo oeeoeo eose o i DAN BROOKS CO i i LIVE STOCK t COMMISSION MERCHANTS i i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY Te 000 0 0 e ce N OOOe 00 e OOOOe 1 0 ONeee00 riCQUADY Tame Bowman is going to Arkansas soonDavid Ulitte preached at Tar Fork Sunday Miss Myrtle Patterson was visit ing Miss Myrlte Bland last week John Bryant and wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrd Tame Bowman Our prayermeeting hoar has been changed from Saturday night to Sun day night Mrs Nannie Percull and daughter Miss Mont are visiting friends at Falls of Rough Mrs Leah Pate and little song Howard of Bewleyville spent last week with relatives here Misses Minnie and Alice Day ant ere tftined the young people last Thursday night with a pound supper Mrs Addie Brown Nancy and Cordia Pate spent last Sunday even ing with Mrs Scott Brown Mre Luther Wilson has been suiter Ing with a very painful finger from running a splinter under the nail Frank Lyons moved his family here last week Mr Lyons has gone into business here with his brother Forrest Lyons State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas CountyIFran J Cheney makes oath thit he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and very case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by tbe use of Halls Catarrh Cnre Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1880 A W Gleauon r Publior ally and acts directly on thr blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY R CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 7Co Halls Family Pills are tnn best S t i ai l 10 J j S n I r I x I V Y s LL r = r 7 TI b jr r 1 1rl 1rt 1rxl xlt xlY i i j f y J tO 1 f i I j Ii- or tt i i 0 I t I 7 fie The Breckenridge News === =CC = ==C = C = WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1004 == = c= == = THE STROLLERS Continued from Pago 2 next words were correspondingly vie 11m trut off your stage manners he exclaimed j You are here at my pleas ure It was no whim my carrying you oil After you left I went to the man or whore I tried to forget you But nights of revelry why should I not confess Itcould not efface your memory Ills voice unconsciously sank to unreserved candor Your presence filled those halls I could no longer say Why should I trouble myself about one who has no thought for mo Breathing hard he paused gazing beyond her as though renewing the memories of that period Learning you were in the neighbor- Ing town he continued I went there with no further purpose than to see you On the Journey perhaps I In dulged In foolish fancies How would you receive me Would you be pleased annoyed So I tempted my fancy with air castles like the most unsophisticat ed lover But you hind no word of wet come scarcely listened to mo and hur ried away I could not win you ns I desired Tho next best way was thislie concluded with an impassioned gesture his gaze eagerly seeking the first sign of lenity or favor on her part but his confession seemed futile Her eyes suggestive of tender possibilities expressed now but coldness and obduracy In a revulsion of feel Ing he forgot the distance separating the busklned front the fashionable world the tragic scatterllngs from the conventions of Vanity Fair lie for got all save that sill was to him now the one unparagoned entirety overrid ing other memories Will not a life of devotion atone for this day Constance he cried Do you know how far reaching are these lands All the afternoon you drove through thou and they extend as wide in the other direction These my name are yours A shade of color swept over her browAnswer mite he urged Drive back and 1 will answer you Drive back and you will laugh at me he retorted moodily You would make a womans bargain with me Is yours a mans with me she said contemptuously What more can I do7 Undo what you have done Take me back I would cut a nice figure doing that No you shall stay hero lIe stroke angrily Her disdain at his proposal not only Injured his pride but awoke his animosity On the other hand his words demonstrated she had not Improved her own position If he meant to keep her there he could do so and opposition made him only more obstinate more determined to press his advantage hind she been more politic Juliana off the stage as well as on she whose artifice was glossed by art lessnoss Her lashes drooped her attitude become less aggressive her eyes from beneath their dark curtains rested on him tor a moment What It was In that glance so effective Is not susceptible to analysis Was It the appeal that awakened the quixotic sense of honor the helplessness arousing compassion the Irresistible quality of a brimming eye so fatal to masculine calculation and posltlvencss Whatever It was It dispelled the contraction on the land barons face and despite his threats vowshe was swayed by a look Forgive me he snld tenderly You will drive back Yes I will win you In your own way fairly and honestly I will take you back though the whole country laughs at me Win or lose back we go torI love you And Impetuously he threw his urn around her waist Simulation could not stand the test It was no longer acting but reality she hud set herself to u role she could not perform hinting him for that free touch she forcibly extricated herself with an exclamation and an expression of countenance there was no mistak ing From Mauvllle8 face the glad light died lIe regarded her once more cruelly vindictively You dropped the mask too soon he said coldly I was not prepared for rehearsal although you were perfect You are even a bettor actress than 1 thought you than which mockingly I can pay you no better compliment She looked at him with such scorn he laughed though his eyes Hashed Bravo he exclaimed While thus cojifrenUJu each other a Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect eo important is a healthy action of these organs They are commonly attended by loss or energy luck of courage and sometimes by gloomy foreboding and de spondencyI In my back could not sleep and when I got up In the morning felt worse than the night before I began tak ing Hoods Sarsaparlllu and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Sarsaparllla MRS J N PERRY tare H S Copeland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Oire kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache ofxidneysCUREJladder Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you I f necessary write Ur 1otnio Ho has spent a lice ttinu curing Just such cusos us yours All consul tat Ions Free I suffered from kidney and bladder troubl until life was not worth living I began using Dr Fonners Kidney and Dackacke Cure and iiIn- n short time I noticed a great improvement The soreness left my back and I was soon permanently cured Yours truly HOWARD MITCHELL Kansas City Mo Druggists Me 91 Ask for Cool ltoukPiie tIor Sale Icy Short C llnynus fbotThiT soiimrtn wltliout time tloor burst open mind the driver of the couch with features drawn by fear uncere moniously entered the room The pa troon turned on him enraged but tin latter without noticing his master displeasure exclaimed hurriedly Tile nntlrontors are coming The actress uttered a slight cry am stepped toward the window when sin was drawn back by an irresistible forcePardon me said a lined voice frog which all passing compunction lint vanished Bo kind enough to come with me I will follow you but Her face expressed time rest This way then lIe released her and together they mounted the stairway For a long time u gentle footfall had not passed those various landings not since the ladles In hoops with powdered hair hall ns cended or descended with attendant cavaliers bewlgged bcrutlled bedizened The land baron conducted his coo panlon to n distant room upstairs the door of which he threw open Go in there he said curtly She hesitated on the threshold Sr remote was it from the main part ol the great manor the apartment had nl the requirements of a prison You neednt fear he continued reading her thoughts Im not golnp to DO separated from youyet But we can see what is going on here Again she mutely obeyed him and entered the room It was a commo dious apartment where an excellent view was offered of the surrounding country on three sides From the narrow dark crimson rib bon left behind by the Haunting sun a faint reflection entered the great open windows of the chamber and revealed Maurllle gazing without pistol in hnnd Constance leaning against the curtains and the driver of time couch standing In the center of time room quaking inwardly and shaking out wardly This last named had found an old blunderbuss somewhere useful once undoubtedly but of questionable service now- Meanwhile Olykoeks had not return ed Having faithfully closed and lock ed all the iron shutters he hud crept out of u cellar window and voluntarily resigned as caretaker of time manor with Its burden of dangers and vexations With characteristic prudence he had tinned the period of his de parture with the beginning of the end In tho fortunes of the old patroon prin cipality The storm cloud gathering during the life of Mauvllles prede cessor was now ready to burst time Impending catastrophe hastened by the heirs want of discretion and his fail ure to adjust llilicultics amicably A brunch of n tree grated against the window as Mauvllle scanned the surrounding garden Then his eye fell upon an Indistinct flgurqiteallng slowly I across the sward in the partial dark ness Tills object was Immediately followed by another and yet another To the observers surprise they wore the head gear of Indians Suddenly the patroou heard the note nf the whlpporwlll the nocturnal songster that mourns unseen It was succeeded by the sharp tones of a sawI whet and the distinct mew of a cat bird A wild pigeon began to coo sof ly In another direction and was an swered by a thrush The listener vaguely realized that all this unexpect ed melody came from the Indians who had by this time surrounded the house and took this method of communlcat ing with one another An Interval of portentous silence was followed by a loud knocking at the front door which din reverberated through the hull echoing and reecho ing the vigorousI summons Mauville at this leaned from the window and as he did so there arose a hooting from the sward as though bedlam land bro ken loose Maintaining his post the heir called out What do you want men At these words tho demonstration became more turbulent and amid the threatening hubbub voices arose show ing too well the purpose of the gather Ing Aroused to a fever of excitement by the shooting of the tenants they were no longer skulking stealthy In dians but a riotous assemblage of anti renters expressing their determination In an ominous chorus Hang the land baron In time midst of this far from reas suring uproar a voice arose HkoJa trumpetWe the messengers of the Lord made strong by his wrathI You are the messenger of tho devil Little Thunder Mauvllle shouted de risivelyA of a rifle admonished the and baron that the jest might have cost him dear To be Continued 50 calling cards for GOo in the atest styl es of card and typeJ D 3abbago CHILDREN ARE SANE I But Grownup People Most of Them Arc More or LCHN Infinite There Is one disadvantage which 1Is Involved In the very nature of odurn tlonthat Is that we have to ussimi that grownup people are represents the Wo have even to go the lengt of assuming that grownup people IIrl sane When we talk about encouragln health in children anti ltscotiragln morbidity when we talk of such unll such a child being abnormal or Inter esting or neurotic or a genius we Ull all the time taking for granted that we ourselves have attained to whnt iIs profitable and eternal In human nature But there Is at least something thn may reasonably be said upon the othr side It may at least very plausibly be maintained that Jt Is children who arc age after age sane and rellabl and grownup people who are age aft cr age more or less fantastic and diq concerting The great majority ot grownup people In any ago will be In nil probability slightly insane for sinel no human philosophy Is perfect am since every human philosophy natural ly treats Itself as If It were perfect the chances are in every generation thaw the majority of educated people will b ecstatically certain of something that is quite untrue Children on the otlu hand It might be maintained represent the actual primary and untouched human nature Whatever agrees with that Is sane whatever disagrees with It is eccentric Children are always children or to limit the matter with more precision babies at any rate art always babies nut few will be so paradoxical as to maintain that men are always men or women always wo men Black and White An Eloquent Peroration And said the rising young poll tlclan as he reached his eloquent pero ration I predict that our candidati will when the votes are counted be found to have ridden to success upon a tidal wave of glory that will have swept all before It like wild fire break ing In tlylng spray upon the strand where the sun of victory shall blaze forth Its most effulgent rays upon the close of one of the 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11 f 1iII r c wJfs r i i J Ix I rxa 1 l- gg 4- S S f i J 1 g l 14 Id I rIt I Itr i II l I I f i 1 a b 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1904 DIVERS AFTER PEARLS Their york In Uondlr nnd They Do Not Lire long Pearl fishers do not live long They often dive to a depth of 100 feet or more and the strain wears thorn out before their lives are half over From these depths a diver usually brings two oyster shells each trip It Is on the mother of pearl In these that the European depends for his sure profit Pearls are plums which only occa sionally fall to his lot Divers work for a wage and nil the shells brought up are the property of the employer In Studies In Brown Humanity Hugh Clifford describes Malay pearl fishers They anchor on the oyster beds or as near them as possible he says and the diving takes place twice a dayAll the boats are manned at morn lag and evening and the Sulu boys row them out to the point selected for the days operations The white man In charge always goes with them In order to keep an eye upon the shells to resus citate exhausted divers and generally to look after his own interests Presently a man lowers himself slowly over the side takes a long deep breath and then turning head down ward swims into the depths his limbs showing dimly in frogllke motions un tll if the water be very deep he Is completely lost to sight In a few minutes he comes into view again his face straining upward yearning with extended neck for the air that he now needs so sorely Ills hands cleave the water In strong down ward strokes his form grows momentarily more distinct until the fixedI tense expression of his staring face is plainly visible Then the quiet surface of the sea splashes In a thousand drops of sun steeped light as his head tears through It and his bursting lungs expelling the Imprisoned air draw in theI breath which they crave in long hard gasps If the dive has been a deep one a little blood may be seen to trickle from nose and mouth and ears At times even the eye sockets ooze blood the result of fearful pressure to which the diver has been subjected Congratulations Mr John H Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a latter of congratulations to theTman ufactnrers of Chamberlains Congo Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby be was subject to croupy spellsand we would be very uneasy about him WA Began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding it such a reliaole remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to taKe and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratu late you upon the success of your remedy For sale by Short Haynes Moon eVorahlp In Ilrltnlii Lunar superstitions lingered until n late period In the British Islands A writer of the seventeenth century says In Yorkshire etc northward some country people doe worship the now moon on their bare knees kneeling on an carthfast stone And the people of Athol In the highlands of Scotland dot worship the new moon Speaking of the Irish he continues Whether or no they worship the moon I know not but when they first see her after the change they commonly bow the knee and say the Lords Prayer and near the want address themselves to her with a loud voice after this manner Leave us as well as thou foundest Sylvester Ollalloran the Irish histo rian speaking of the corresponding customs of the Phoenicians and Irish adds Their deities were the same They both adored Bel or the sun the moon and the stars The house of Kim mon which the Phoenicians worshiped In like our temples of Flcchta In Mcath were sacred to the moon Vhnt Du Icoiilo Bend f Every roadside fence Is now a prim er for the passerby every trolley car Is n first reader to the traveler mud every boarding n treatise on zoology manu factures thud social problems Today most read n little If only tin signs and posters some read newspapers prob ably 10000000 to 20000000 of the 10 000000 who could read them If they would A few read novels If the most popular novel finds only 1000000 buyS ers In n country where 40000000 could end It If they would who can say that oval readers are more than n few A- Iry few possibly JOOOOOO to aOOO GO read standard literature and sorl us contributions to thought and knowl edge Surely the procession of reads era grows larger every year relatively as well JIB absolutelyOutloocFlxlni A resident of Florida tells this story of an old negro who came to a watch maker with the two hands of a clock- I want ycr to fix up dcse bans Dey aint kept no correct time for ino den six raunfs Well where Is the clock respond ed the watchmaker Out to my cabin But I must have the clock iDIdn I tell ycr dors nnflln do mat ter wld de clock ccptlng downs An here dey be You joss want dl clock so you kin tinker it an charge ino a big price Gimme back deui huns And so saying he started oft to thud an honest watchmaker r worth the price Wont For Thachers Liver mood Syrup has curing Indigestion sour stomach petite gentle and can rolled Bccompllsh results satest and QuIckest Your dealer has Dry 25c Jluuld 100 2cont stamp samplo bottle write our Consultation confidential TJIACUKll MEDICINE Chattanooga tTi Deep Scheme Mr Docpe I want you to sit right down and write to Mrs Jenks Inviting her to view the parade from our house Mrs Dcepc I thought you said the route was almost sure to be changed that our house will be cut out Mr Doepe It will be changed nnd the will puss her house now Philadelphia Lodger liThe nicest and pleasantest medl clue I have ever used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach ind Liver Tablets says MelardM Craig of Middlegrove N Y Thoy worK like a charm and do notgripe have any unpleasant effect to For sate by Short Haynes A Needed Admonition On one of trips through the south I sauntered Into an old dilapidated cemetery of Virginia and read many very peculiar epitaphs upon tombstones One In particular attracted my attention which happened to be that of a slave who had been inclined to be stout The grave had long since been neglected and the Inscription could only be read after brushing away th vines which grew upon It But my la bar was rewarded for there on that tombstone I read Allza Wlte weighed 300 open wide the golden gates Philadelphia Press Army Firing Ponltlona Standing kneeling sitting and lying down are the four positions prescribed firing by the army regulations The lying position alone prescribed the 800 and the 1000 yard ranges while at all the other ranges up to 2000 yards the lying and sitting posi tions are used At 100 and 200 yards the sitting and standing positions ere prescribed Wherever the sitting posi tion prescribed the kneeling may be substituted tor the majority of persons the sitting Is by far the better position of the two- Silenced Mamma Now sold the anxious mother you do not want to marry that Think of having a husband who never gets home until 2 or 3 In themorningBut the shrinking maiden arent all husbands like that Papa b not n reporter and and yet But the anxious mother declined to Msten Indigestion You cant mistake that full fceilne belchingI m pain and distress after vaUntr These l tide symptoms ot Indlllcstlon and IndlgesB tom you know moans endless suffering unrest and melancholy peedSproda bottle ot i DR THAOHERS LIVER AND BLOOD- SYRUP b Tho bond to Good Health Road Ills letter and see It his symptoms arent Just like yours Mr Speed says I haT iiiffered ronilderablr with IniUaentlon con tlrwtlon eta a revere liver trouble with IDM of appetite Could not reed well at night In tact bed no merer to work or eren walk rdcxt felt like I wai racking a heavy load and wax until I took Dr Tliarlw r Ur r and mood Syrup which helped from tile nrt doe When I had taken ono and one hart bottles I flt IIka a new man t at this time my appetiteI li good jeep well and feel refreshed on ruing In tbtmornlnirI 1 Surety such relief Is you try It too more than fifty years Dr and been loss of ap and nervousness It Is pure and be upon to In the way It form form UV and Send for and lept for free adviceu1 COMPANY Tenn A i A I so parade or my pounds for Is for Is but reporter ma While the OrrhcHtrn 1lnyn I do wish the woman back of mo would stop kicking my choir sighed a woman nt the theater the other evening Ever since the overture began she hne been laoping time with her feet and besides ull that she Is fanning the back of my nock and trying to hum a tUlle she doesnt know Isnt It strange how some people act when theres any music about Now Just look at that little woman In the second row tapping all five lingers of one hand against her forehead Shes unconscious of It too And theres another woman over there In the box who seems to think she Is leading the or chestra with her fan The men are just as bad too Just look around and see the number of men who are keep Ing time with their heads their hands or their feet Then there Is always some creature who makes a nuisance of himself by whistling through his teeth all the time the orchestra Is playing Even you my denrthls to her bus bnndare keeping strict time with your programme while Im lecturing about other peoples misconduct New York Times A Very Close Call ft I stuck ti my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain towrites 0 W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and nil run down As I was about to give np I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my life Weak sIcKly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Price 50 cents Sells Constance for 600 T F Sawyer sold his gasoline tow boat Constance to W H Owen of Viuksburg Miss Thursday for 000 Tne boat will go to Vlcksbnrg as the Ohio is Cleared of ie She is now icebound at the mouth of Clover I creek The Constance was built by Mr Sawyer in the early part of moat year She is one of a number of trim and easy going gasoline boats that Mr Sawyer has built during the past few Sears and dipsosed of at a good profit CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature A of In- USB For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NCW YOItIt CITY MIMr1MNNiYw yy 4 ACME OF PERFECTION In Fountain Pen Construction jQUAKER CITY SELF PILLING FOUNTAIN PEN No Dirt Blots or Spilled Ink r 2 IIFOUNTAIN PEN SelfFilling PERFECTION Fountain elf and thereby fills longfelt want Fiee Press Any reliable time Saver is eagerly welcomed by the modern business man 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 munch time and annoyance for so many people that its sale was simply pheuonnuul But the fountain pen was not by any means perfect and its users soon discovered that the bother was only concentrated insteadof being dispensed with The finest fountain pcn would write indifferently well as long as there was ink in it but when that gave out our busy man had to stop unscrew an inky cap hunt around fur a filler and the particular ink recommended by the manufacturers of that particular pet and so on through a long process of annoyanceThe of the Quaker City Self Filling Fountain Pen hare overcome all this bother and produced a practical writing tool which is as easy to use as if one were simply writ ing with the filler needed for the old pen There is nothing to unscrew nothing to squirt nothing to lose or get out of order Its construction is simple and substantial and the operation of filling it so simple that you wonder nobody thought of it betore It is merely necessary to dip the pen pressing it slightly lift up as usual and go on writing Its capacity is no less than the bothersome kind We feel 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 Cost 3700 Perfect Protected Patents 100 Brings Your Door Seventy Dollars a Wholesalers Quaker City Fountain Pen Co 812 Drexel Building Philadelphia Pa Used in Leading business Houses all over the Cou- ntrywwwAnwvI Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargerton Term saw her dying nnd were powerless to sate her The most skillful physician and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taxing her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 500 nnd 100 Trial Bottles Free at Short Haynes Drug store DERBY IND H Blade was in Cannelton Wednes day C F McQinty went to Concordia FridayC Hargis came up from Cannel ton Thursday John MoFall is visiting relatives hero this week Mrs Lena Brodio was over from Cheuault Tuesday Dr P Mitchell is at Mooleyvillo this week doing dental work Ed Hughes passed through here en route to Concordia Monday Miss Lena Baker of Cannelton is the guest of relatives here Miss Rose Davis was the guest of Mrs Pearl Hargis Saturday night Herman OBrynn and Dode Plko were over from Mooley ville Friday John W Davis is the guest of his daughter Mrs Anibel Carr at Jasper Miss Anna Heuilnway visited Miss Myrtle Mitchell several days tho past week Rev Phillips has been having pro tracted meeting at the M E church tho past week Dick Elder who spent Xmas week with relatives here returned to Car uthorsville Pro Friday Mrs Jennie Mogan has returned to hor homo at Addison after visiting Mrs Margaret Mogan several weeks Dr Edwin Hazelton or Bangor Maine nnd Dr James Bailey Uravleo of Cole Ala who were pleasant guests of Paul C Mltohell two weeks have returned to Louisville to resume thnir study of dentistry TAR FORK Lena Keonan was in Hardinsbnrg 0110 day last week on busmosa Miss Emma Burdett has been visit- Ing Miss Ada Brown at yidtoria Only fountain pen that novel spills ink never inks tqe fingers nqeds no tiller can be filled from any inktvoll tiny whereI Greatest gift of tho year for business men stu dents school children all who use a pen A Costs 100 Looks as well and work far better than any high priced pen on the market Doesnt get out of order doesnt write by fits and starts Built simply and yell lasts long and writes perfectly all the time It to by it to Money refunded and no questions asked if you nro not Entirely Satisfied As fur ahead of the old fashioned fountain pen as tho modern one is ahead of the quill No syringe used Gross to A good crowd enjoyed a dance at James Keenuns during the holidays Miss Nola Brown of Victoria woe the guest of the Misses Burdett last weekMiss Lula Brickey of Mattingly was the guest of Miss Minnie Mar lowe last week Miss Maggie Keenan has returned from Mattingly where she was the guest of Mesdames Spicy Brickey null Ada Frank Luther Pate of Beechfork became ill while here the first of last week at G P Bnrdetts and had to be taken home Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to snake a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts bruises and all skin diseases Do Witts Salve has no eqnal This has given rise to numerous worthies counterfeits Ask for DeWmttstho genuine Sold by All Drug Co SHILOH Misses Ella and Bina Bandy attend ed the box supper Thursday night- D C Cox was the guest of Miss Violet Boaloy last Wednesday evening Tho box supper given hero last Thursday evening was quite a suc cess Miss Mamie Jolly accompanied by- by Asa Kronnh attended tne ball at Kodelia lust Wednesday evening Misses Ella and Bina Bandy were pleasantly entertained at flinch at the home of Mrs E A Shellumn one evening last week v Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man en during pales of accidental Cuts Wounds BrnissH Burns Scalds sore fet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Aruba Salvo will kill the pain nnd euro the trouble Its the best Salvo on earth for Piles tuo 2Co at Short Haynes Drug Store New Ties on the Texas Among other improvements being rntidef the first of time year for gating the Henderson Route in shape to handle tho great amount of passenger traffic expected during the WorM Fair period in tllo placing of the roar of about 40000 ties Tha ties are being delivered along the track nod are being renewed where most badly needed 812 Drexel BuildingPhiladelphia Pa Enclosed find one dollar for which send me by return mail one Quaker City SelfFilling Fountain PenName h Address y a City or town State IIW Read This Louisville Ky June la 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I am 08 years of age and have suffer ed 25i years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twentyfive gravel 1 feel that I am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to trulyHA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of tho Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney anti bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two mouths treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office 2931 Olive street Mrs Christians Father Dead Mrs M L Christian wont to Newport Ky lust Wednesday to attend the bedside of her father Mr F M Gobiioy who died Saturday morning after a lingering illness at the age of seventytwo The funeral and inter meat were at Newport Sunday Be sides Mrs Christian Mr Gosney leaves seven other children five sons and two daughters For n bad taste inthe mouth take n few doses nf Chamberlains Stomaoh and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to euro For sale by Short Haynes Good skating on River Tho first half of last week thero wits gold nkatiiig on tho Olio river at this point Many skaters crossed over to- tho h Jndkim there and the move ven turosouio went as far down the river as the lower bend Lust Thursday tho ico in tho Ohio became rotten owing to the raise in temperature w OK gorges nt tho var ious pInts are breaking up Naviga Hon however it is behoved cannot be entirely resumed for sointimo to comer Wm3 Crane of California Mil suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago 110 was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which ho did anti it effected it complete cure For sale by Short Haynes Y t- f f 1 y 1 i i IoII v 1 1 r t t f j o 11a I oJ I I i V i t a a t f ttli 1 if jI i I i J J 1f t J 0 i 11rILr a r i jg 1i rM I 0 t hf 1 1- r x I 1 iA k t 4 Li fl- sly I of 7t 11tat tatAr tatI Arata ataIfvt 1112 fig orT ortIm4 epos I and wore Ins f- sleep do m- to I Care I- ff Cure tho ba II 4 wtl M t The Breckehridge News WEDNESDAY JANUAUY 13 lOW V INGTON Tbi1 harvest was abundant and Tr K is piHillard Biggs is in Stephensport visiting a sister MIss Lyons of Caster is the guest of Mr Foster Lyons Misses Julia and Maggie Ureenwood gave a rlauco last weekJ Miss Lucy Stewart is with relatives In Meado county for a visit Miss Coaffer of Louisville is an ex pected visitor at Oa land this week Miss Bulah Mudd spent last week with her little friend Hnba Lewis Albert Moorman of Brandenburg was here to visit his brother Sunday Miss Anna Lee Bandy is home from a pleasant visit to her uncle Charley BandyMrs Ola May Smith was with her aunt near Payuesvillefor a short stay last week The Rev J T Lewis married Mr Roy Payne and Miss Shumate Tues day evening Mr Stiles will take charge of the L H StL work at this place in the ab sence of Mr Redman Mr and Mrs Redman left Monday for Glendale for a weeks visit at Mr Rodman I old home Misses May and Blanch Claycomb were in town Saturday and Sunday the company of Mrs Marshall Panic the great card game has struck the town and everything and everybody is Panio stricken Mr and Mrs Richard Skillman of Hardinsburg spent several days here with Mr and Mrs F H McGhee Mrs F H McGhee has returned from a viiit in Meade county at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Ditto Quite a number of Glendeane girls were here Thursday calling on friends while they were en route to school at GeorgetownThe Endeavor Society will hold its regular monthly meeting on Saturday evening before the third Sun day in this month Farmers attention McGlothlan Piggott have tne very best line of nil kinds grass seed in town Firstclass seed in every respect Call and exam ine them Mr Redman says its very lonesome at the depot since the town passed an ordinance prohibiting loafing Quite a number of our colored friends are put out of business by this Our town council was in session three evenings of the past week It is to be supposed that law and order will now prevail for a tim at least New officers new ordinances are sure to make many town improvem- ontSTEPIIENSPORT Mrs Caleb Hawkins of New Bethel is the guest of her son Ben Hawkins U Larue Barkley of Springfield 111 made his father a visit a few days ago Miss Ida Jarrett is spending this week in Cloverport with ntr aunt Mrs R Williams t Mrs Harrison Dowell of Sample is with her daughter Mrs G W Payne to remain a wuile Mr and Mrs L B Helm are in Lexington visiting their daughter Mrs R W Vaughn Mrs J C HosKinson and children arrived last week from their visit with friends and relatives in Hardin county Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star closed a very successful term of the public school here a few days alter Christmas with a nice treat Mrs Andrew Crawford and son Andrew have returned from their VI- Sit at Lake City Ark accompanied by her daughter Mrs A S Johnson Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lupgs It relieves congestion sub CherryPectoral dues inflammation It heals I strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about rhis cough medicine We have used Ayer Cherry Pectoral In JllnKtroubleilus A lOAEno Appleton Minn- 25flSOcJtlOOI JC AYER CO All lrU weiier forrowlll Mn 1 q 1 Weak Throats Ayors Pills greatly aid recovery Purely vegetable gently laxative A MOTHERS LOVE- A mothers love is so divine that the roughest man can appreclate of womanhood However Mother hood is looked for wardtowithfeelingsof most all women At such times a woman I is nervous dys I f peptic irritable and she is in need of a uterine tonic and nervine a strength builder to fit her for the ordeal No matter bow healthy or strong a woman may be she cannot help but be benefited by taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription to prepare for the event nit is what one mother sayn With a heart overflowing with gratitude I will endeavor to write you It is nearly two years ago since I first wrote to you for advice regarding my health which was then very bad writes Mrs L Poore of Hiuesdale Ky to Dr R V Pierce chief consulting surgeon of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y I here described my sufferings in other letters to you After receiving your advice and the Common Sense Medical Adviser I bought some ofyour Favorite Prescription and today am a well woman and the proud mother of a dear little boy Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable curec a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weak nesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully war ranted in offering to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Their financial responsibility is well known to every newspaper publisher and druggist in the United States with most of whom they have done business for over a third of a century How to live in health and happiness is the general taeme of Dr Pierres Common Sense Medical Adviser This great work on medicine and hygiene containing over looo pages and more than 700 illustrations is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in paper covers and little daughter Her husband A S Johnson arrived a few days after and is the guest of Mr and Mrs A CrawfordMiss Williams of Cloverport was the guest of relatives and friends here several days last week Mr and Mrs Allen Stiles little daughter Mary Emma who has been ill for several weeks is at the point of death and has been for several days Mr and Mrs Herman D Lay and little daughter of Gas City spent a few days with their parents Mr andI Mrs Ben Lay and friends during the holidays Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger EtcIFor old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci tic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim frequentdesireof the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are Specific disappeardischarges appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment f1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R FisherCloverort Ky BRANDENBURG Dr P H Nevitt is down from LouisvilleWillie Bland spent Sunday with his parents Claude Hardin was in Louisville last week Miss Maydee Pusey has returned from Louisville The Ladles Guild met last Thursday with Mrs Chas Coleman Theres the usual midwinter lull in all affairs social and business Ernest Babbuge the popular grocery salesman was in town last week The Rev J L tart preached Sun day morning on The Ideal Christian Miss Hallie Coleman left last week to be with her mother in Alexandria IndMrs Helmstotter and Mrs Rhea Armstrong returned to LeitchQeld last FridayMrs J W Lewis will go to Louis yule to continue the treatment for deafnessMrs W D Howard and daughter Maurine of Owensboro are hereJor a short stay Mrs James Ditto of Louisville is spending this week with Mr and Mrs Abram Ditto Miss Dolly Claycomb has began the New Year with the Arcade and she is a popular clerk Miss Hassle Williams of California is with Mrs Griff Stith to attend the Brandenburg Normal Charlie Bryant is at his old stamp ing ground the Arcade after his bri of stay out West The river was blocked here and pedestrians came up from Mauckport Ind last week on the ice The Meade Hotel has change hands as to manager A lady widow from COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Nancy J Kronsh c Plaintiffs vsInEquity Dolly B Kroush c Defendants By virtue of A judgment and order of sale of the Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 11103 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 Hardl nsburg Ky to tho highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday 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 to secure payment of purchase money the following described proper ty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land ly Sag situate and being in the Connty of Breckenridge and state of Ken tucky on the waters of Clay Lick described as follows Beginning at one of the original corners a poplar and elm near James Skllmans spring then with his line S 10 E 74 poles to a rock then with another line 71 E 29 poles to a sas afras and hickory corner to dower then with n line thereof S C3 W 32 poles to a stake in a rood then S 01 W 10 poles to a small hickory blacK oak and post oak in A Shellmans line thence with his line N fi W CO poles to a rock his corner the nce with another line S SOU W 84 poles to two poplars in a drain corner to lot No4 thence with a line of lot No4 N70 roles to a dogwood and black oak nar a beech in Falkners line tnen with said line S 01 E 16 poles to a beech and white oak then with another line N 27 E 00 poles to a rock then with another line SI 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 made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid ana having the force and effect of a replevin bond Bidders will be prepar ed to comply promptly with these terms H DeH MoormanCommissioner Louisville will succeed Gene Green well who goes to Louisville to engage in the hotel business W F Grinnell wife and little daughter spent Saturday ant Sunday with Mrs Thomas Ditto Arlington Mrs Mattinglyof anett was in town last Friday She wrote a most interest ing article for the News not long sinceLittle Edith King has received a beautiful white silk handkarchief hand embroidered in delicate colors from her brother Harry who is in the Philippines I The Rev T L Crandell Methodist led last week in the Meade Messenger in the contest for the rubbertred buggy to the tune of 1130 ahead The contest will close April 2 Preston Grinuell of Chicago writes that after one has read the most vivid accounts of the Iroquois disaster that at last only an eye witness can realize the awfulness of the scene Miss Hattie B GrinneU entertained at Panic and flinch Thursday evening Those who played were Misses Dink Pricie Cornelia Ditto Henry More man Claude Hardin Loan Fontain Leonard Webb and Fred Ditto G H Casperke went to Kansas City Mo last Saturday to see his wife who is still with her brother George Woolfolk He is at the infirmary but continues to improve and can be taken to his boarding house this week Mr ana Mrs Tom Roberts gave the little folks an allday entertainment last Sunday They sent a two horse PEMALEIWEAKNESSii Mil r Cen rees St Oct1T1902Isuperiortay BUffenpproeeedYaAst thrpughrhavebUdrrrn rp eat I wash fW 10 weak I- enil eMtMC e I naturally felt bsrondt1al Or4l sere M a O4ie d to me I- fIt a ekeBe fvr tlll bettor within a week Atlr suet B days treatment I mtittruat +d wltkout Buffering the actnlea I cad soon became rerelar sal without pain WIne of OardBl li liHply wonderful and I wish that all snfftrlng women knew of ita good qmallMti h e KIt j Treasurer Portland Btonomlo League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty caeee of irregularJmenses btarino down pains orjj any farnalIe weaknesi If you arc discouraged and doctors have failed that it the best reason inlthe world you should try Wine I thatheadaches I smrea 100 bottle of Wine ofjj Cardui today t WINE caRDua j AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA JANUARY CLEARANCEl 8A8AAUAi 3 3In this sale there arc such remarkable bargains that it seems a pity that every one cant bo hero to take advantage of them We are sorry for those peoplethey will lose money by their ab sence But everybody just cant come wo know they would not stay away if there wore a possible show of them getting here Well we want toseo everybody that is able to got about at our storo feasting on these bargains There is a partial list below they are just a sample of the real bar- gains5 e you get on the spot 3 Youll be there wont you Wo believe you will if there is a winning way in low prices 8 Ladiess Cloaks at 6IStyle Comfort quality and good workmanship are all in these cloaks Assorted colors Usual sizes They are worth every cent of the regular price 440 Ladies Cloaks at 3 5 Ladies Skirts at 350 rieited and yoke effects in these Skirtnobby stylesin blue black brown and mixtures Youll think 4 yourself lucky if you get one They are cheap at that price a 3 Ladies Shoes Lace or Button low or military 4 heelsvici kid and calf skin Your feet will fee at home in a strangers house in these shoes Comfort and style in them from ole to top Dress Goods Cut to 25c Allwool Tricot waistings made to sell from 30c to 40c but we make it to you for 25c We bought a big lot and have some left Itll be good judgment to lay a lot away if you dont need any just now 1 Henriettas for 90c Goodvalues in this Dress Goods In most all shades desired Vs really worth more than i at first you get it now for 90C per yard Jolly Gardner Co IRVINGTON KY 4avavtmvvanavvavvtvnvv vvvavvvvvvnvnvvnann vvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvmvm wagon up which went back full of the merrvmaif ers who had a never tobeforgotten time with good things to eat just as Mrs Roberts knows how to serveRobert Clary of Decatur 111 and his sister Miss Addle G Ditto were guests last week of Wm Ditto Bob was a Brandenburg boy He is a very successful man in commercial life and therefore a busy one so he had not been here since 1883 He found a number of his comrades gone to a better la- ndCASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of FRYMIRE Good roads are things of the past Mr and Mrs Will Peters spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs ParIs Barr Mr and Mrs June Bauman spent Sunday with his father Mr Frank BaumanRev Englsh filled his appointment at Raymond in spite of inclement weatherMies Frymire visited Misses Lena and Caroline Brash ar one day last week Mrs J W Barr and Miss Gertrndrt Allen spent Wednesday with Mrs B F GillilandMr Miller of Sample has bought large timber interests in this communityMrs Bassett entertained at leach Tuesday evening Quite a number of the young folks were present Cured After Suffering 10 Years B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown O suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiv ing any permanent benefit He says One night while feeling exceptionally bad was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it and while 1 bad no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I stronger and better than I nave been for years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances suffering from stomaon trouble It Sold by All Drug Co 10 Mens Suits at 750 You find such goodworkmanship 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 lock swell Assorted colors All sizes Price 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 SII Corsets for 75c They are the RoodelF P make of Corsets that always wear well Comfort in them for you and your pocketbook at 75c 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 = 4 am QUARTERLY REPORT OF TI- IEBreckinridge Bank- At the closo of business on the 31st day of December 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts f 126189 24 Overdrafts unsecured 150 75 Duo from NationalHanks d 140355S Duo from State Ranks and Rankers 8505 43 23501 01 Ranking house and lot 3724 71 Other stocks and bonds 6280954 Specie 5060 00 Currency 10770 58 18 730 58 Furniture and fixtures 2194 80 823530009 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 45 100 00 Surplus Fund 0039 17 Undivided profits 400 00 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 59270 25 Time certificates of de posits on which Inter est Is paid 121890 71 131100 00 Unpaid dividends No 59 3 per ct declared this Fund dot9 to jiit J1iN50 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including In tlio liability of the company or firm the liabIlity thereofdIrectlydebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 8 00 How Is Indebtedness statd In above Item 1 secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of hank 00 How Is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including In tho liability of the company or firm tho liability of tho In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidI up capitalI and actual surplus No InI 135300Wereand taxes deducted therefrom bo toro declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of not profits of tho bank for tho period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes g235300 69 STATE OF KENTUCKY ss UreckenrldlteAJ this Brcckcn ridge Rank a bank located and doing busi CloverPQrtIntho foregoing report Is In all respects a truo statement of the condition of the said Rank at the close of business on tho 31st day of knowledgeand location above report Is madb In compliance with an otStato1903 as the ray on which such report shall be mae ClIShlerWO SKILLMAN DIrectors BSICILLMAvSubscribed BSk111rnan Clily150 John Holland fountain pens 15o atJ D Babbages 10 Overcoats at 8 Style all over these Overcoats mded 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 and 1450 The doors aud drawers of thes safes work easy Plenty of shelves in them Look nice and are easily cleaned Bedsteads 350 to 750 Iron and wooden bedsteads in half nUll full sizes Iron ones come in different colors Beauty and dura bility in every inch of them 350 to 250 for Shoes No better Shoe would be wanted for the money Latest styles in heels and toes of this Shoe Just the Shoe for the sports They are the famous Star Brand Prices on Bridles make you buy from us are the lowest You get the best material in every puree of harness bought from us All styles and prices Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost I Your Patronage Solicited Address mea- tHardinsburg I Ky H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtscolloctlngroad CourtsOroce Correct Dress for Men I If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE hXCELLENOE OF TAILORING RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol represents theyexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but thy troublsabyliningtheMr SI I uysIy tr mUllIrKodol Digests What You Eat Bottlei only 4100 Size holdnr2H amesthetiW- she which tells for 60 cents Prepared j by jSoldj J S J2 J r I- Yr t l y r r ii f J rc jJ r- 3 i 11 l J Ij I 1 tt 1 I jI j 1 1 J