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F4r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATVS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1904 8 Pages NO 46 1 DEATH ENDS ILLNESS Mrs George N Gregory died nt her home In this city last Wednesday night nt 040 oclock after two months Illness from pneumonia and Jagrippe Mrs Gregory was born June 24 1822 She was a Miss Claycomb the youngest of a family of sixteen children In 1842 Fhe was married to George N Giegory To this union were born four children Mary E Peter S John F and Drue E Gregory The first named child lied in 1881 and tlie others with her hushand survive her She also has six grand children and six greatgrandchildren livingThe funeral was held from the j family residence at 230 oclocK Thursday afternoon The services were conducted by Rev tj U Chris tian of the Baptist church of which Tlhe deceased was a member about sixtylive years Rev Pq L King of the M E church South assisted in tne serVice The interment was at the city cemetery For a Hundred Years For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a superior remedy but it remained for E 0 DeWitt Ob of Cnicagq to disoover how to cimbine the virtnres l Witch Hazel with other anti septics in the folm of n salve De Witts Witch Htiel Salve is the best salve in the wort for sores outs bnrns bruises and piles The nigh standing of this salve has given rise to coun terfeits and tne public is advised to look for the name DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by all druggists Moves to Owensboro Jas Witt who has been q painter at the local railroad shops for several years has moved with his family to Owensboro where he la watching the switch engine for the Henderson Route The place was left vacant by the resignation of Loma Adams who IS stationery engineer at the L H Vfc St L snops Chris KleIne- r having resigned All Druggist ask the readers of this paper to teat the value of Kodol Dyspepsia cure Those persons who have used it and who have been oared by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cares indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength fay enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribn e to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Js pleas ant and palatable On to Port Arthur After repeated assaults against strong positions at Kin Chau Nan Shan and Talienwan last weeu the Japanese scored a sweeping victory over tne Russians by capturing these strongholds and clearing the way fo Port Arthur The Japanese loss Ivan 3500 killed and wounded the Russian loss being much smaller Trial Package Free In recognition of the merits of the Dr MileV +Anti Pain yPills for the relief of hdadache and nmn to which nearly ever a s s jest more or less arrangements ave been made whereby the D Miles Medical Co 3wlll furnish a tr package of these wonderful httl lets free to the subscribers of th p r Any reader of this paper o is a jest to aches and pains of y kind may avail themsevles o this free mple by sending a ostal card giving their full name trod addreisand mentioning the name or this paper to the Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ConradOglesby- Mr Shelby Conrad son of Mr and Mrs S P Conrad will be married at p oclock next Wednesday morning to Miss Nary Oglesby at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby After the ceremony they will leave for St Louis on the morning train for a visit to the Worlds Fair- MrConrad and Miss Ogleaby are two of Cloverports most popular young people To Be Dedicated in July The Methodist church at Glendenne will be dedicated on Sunday July 3 by the Rev Dr John J Tigert Third Masonic Picnic The local Masonic lodge will Rive its third annual picnic in August The exact date has not been fixes oA T JJIL rat 1M d You Now AIM s lIIIfl ftl r HAVE VRONG NEGRO In 1882 at Owensboro George Smith a negro was murdered by Madison Jessup another negre Judge H G Wills of this city worked on the case but Jessup was never apprehended s A little over a week ago Henry Deane son of Sam Dnnne colored of tnis city who works in Louisville was pointed out to the police by neon of the murdered man as bein Madison Jessup Deane was arrested and taken to Owensboro Friday In the police court room in that city witnesses were summoned to testify to his identity Several negroes and white men testified that in thei opinion he is Jessup Wm Smart o this city testified that ten years ago Deane went to work for him at th age of sixteen Deane claims that he is twentysix years ot nge and therefore only four years of age when the crime was committed Deane is now in the Daviess county jail pending an investigation as this indentity Prominent citizens of this city will testify that he is no Madison Jes np if ho is ever ar raigned PICKED UP Jake Meserve the veteran saw mill man is as busy now as he can be He is running two mills on Yel low bank and one iu Hancock county His output of lumber is about 1C 000 feet a day H M Eskridge of Louisville wa down last week spending his vacation with his brotner Morris Eskridge at Hardinsbnrg He is the youngest brother of six is 43 years old and unmarried Says he enjoys the trips home and has a fine time with his nieces and nephews It takes him about two weeks telet around and say howdy to all of them Ho says his brother Morris will give big Fourth of July dinner and have a family reunion There are seventy three members all told including children and grandchildren Bethinks Morris will have a big job on his hands Jerry Gernnaneattended the church dedication at Whitesville last Sunday Tnere was a big crowd present splen did music and line preaching Din ner was served on the grounds to about 2000 people The Glendeane Hotel which has been closed for several months Is now open and ready for business Mr W H Askins is in charge and is ready and willing to tone care of the traveling men He furnishes good meals good beds and good rooms at reasonable prices He has u lively stable in connection and furnishes firstclass rigs for those who want to drive into the back country The Hotel Henderson is st ill doing a nourishing business under the management that genial host H W Herndon His register shows from forty to seventyfive arrivals every day Drummers make it a point to stop over and spend Sunday Hern don they say is such an agreeable fellow and makes their stay so pleas ant they cant pass him by We had the pleasure the other day of visiting Mr and Mrs Edwin Hodges new country home just in the suburbs of Henderson It is a beautiful place right in the heart of the woods Big forest trees hills ani dales and running streams birds and wild flowerp maKe it a picturesque place combining all the luxuries of a city and country home Mrs Hodge takes great interest in the plans and laying out truck patch and orchard woodland She is superin tending the work herself and the taste she is displaying ihows her good judgment and artistic ability along the line of home building Everything is of the best and her home is a model fox beauty comfort and convenience Sued by Ills Doctor flA doctor here sued me for 11250 which I claimed was excessive for a case or cholera inorbus says R White ot Coacheli CaIlfAt the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I JKed him if it was not Chamberlain VColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeff he used as I lieu good reason to believe it was and he would not my under oath that it was not N doctor could use a bet ter remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus It never falls Sold by Short 8 Haynes Picnic at Glendeane The Masonic loage at Glendeane will give a picnic at that place on the 4ourtk of Jnty and expect Hon D H Smith and BftT Bruner to be present 0 EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE AT THE TAR SPRINGS Mrs Estelle Trnnell of Chicago who is widely known lu the West toy her large lund and mining dealsI has bought the Tar Springs three wiles south of this city and will expend propertygThe tract consists of several acres and belongs to R R Williams or Evansville Mrs Trnnell has bought fifty acres including and ad jacent to the Springs and has an option on fifty acres more The andrMonf arrangee ments for the proposed improvements All of the improvements will be made this year with the exception of a hotel of seventyfive rooms which will be built next year The hotel will be erected just west of the Springs and on two small hills It horseshoetwith n large fountain in the open court The hotel will be built of the kind of sheet iron which re sembles brick and will be lined inside with tar paper canvas and dee orated paper A force of men will begin work this week erecting fifty tents with wood floors and improving the present cot tages These tempora y Hcouimodations will be ready for visitors by June 1C personalsfriends of Mrs Trunell from Chic PROGRAM COUNTY S CONVENTION I The following is the program for the convention of the Sundayschools Breckcnridge county 030 Round TableThe Vital Problems in Sunday School Management ana Teaching E A Fox 1000 Devotional Service Rev S O Christian 1020 Address Manhoods Mo- rningProt H K Taylor 1040 Conference Teacher Train ing Led by State Worker 1 Needed Qualifications for Sac cessful Teaching Leader 10 min 2 How These May be Acquired Through 1 Teachers Meetings by Prof R B Tnttle10 min 2 Training Courses by Rev W H Calvert 10 min 3 Reading Courses by Leader 10 min 4 Other Sources Audience 10 min 5 Address to Sunday School pu pile by Leader 10 min 1140 Appointment of Committees The second fifth Sunday meeting of the Baptist ministers of Brecken ridge county was held at Corinth church at McQuady on Friaay Sat urday and Sunday The following ministers were in attendance O Christian E B Englisn W V Har feil T Lewis D H Shacidett W Brlsto and R B Basham M P Compton T B Herudon and C M Payne were among the prominent laymen present The devotional services Saturday morning were conducted by Rev Harrell and by Rev Christian in the afternon when Rev Harrell was chosen moderator and U M Payne clerk Rev Lewis presented the subject of Christian Living He emphasized the fact that we should first give ourselves second that we should give of our mean systematically willingly liberally third that It is a privilege to give fourth that it is a blessing to give Revs Christian English Hnmfll and Shacklett emphasized various phases of the subject Rev English spoKe onU Brotherly Love and Revs Shacklett Lewis Harrell Not Expected to Live Father 0 Brer was called to Che nault Saturday to eee Henry Stall man who was seriously ill of heart trouble and was not expected to live Mr Slallman is seventythree years of age Preaching at Guston Rev T Q Kerr will preach at Gus ton Sunday morning on Christian Unity in the evening on the Rescue for the Perishing Communion at 11 oclock a m Ooh ORI A Bean tDeit Klad 1lsels Bart gaatueIf t agp r fSt Louis and other large cities This fall the old cottages and tents wily be removed and fifteen rustic cottages will be built Among other buildings to be erected this year will be a sixleenoctave dancing pavillion and a large livery stable A tenacre lake will be made this month The springs will be operated both winter and Bummer and in connection a large poultry farm for export and local nee- Fourteen springs of different kind of nifneral water will be opened and piped over asphalt bottoms Numer pus improvements in the way of rustic bridges and seats walks driveways flower plots etc will be made That the Tar Springs will bo large ly patronized when they ire im proved there can be no doubt In their palmy days years ago hundreds of people from every section of th country visited them For the benefit of local or foreign people who wish to join her In th enterprise Mrs Trnnell line organ- Ized a stock company The concern is knqwn as the Kaiu Tack ee Tar Springs Company and capitalized at 5000 at the rate oflO0 a share Mrs jTrunells business in this city and at the Tar Springs will be man aged by her son Oceola Van Arsdale and her daughter yiss Lily Fagan both of Chicago FOR S Report of County Officers 1200 Noon Intermission 1OQ Conference of Primary Workers Conference of County and Dis trict WorKers with State Worker and others 130 Song and Prayer Service 145 Address Bringing in the SheavesMr J B Weaver 210 Address II Our State work State workerWb7Bedng 800 Report of District officers 315 Round Table Sunday Management and TeachingE A FoxThe convention will be held in th M E cdnrch South in this city on Thursday June U On Wednesday night Prof E A Fox State secre tary of Sundayschools will be in the city and will present fifty or a hun dred stereoptican views of nis recent tnp to the Holy Land Every Sunda schocl In the county is requested to have a delegate present at the convention FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING OF BAPTISTS I S J J Y w is 2 and Christian commented at length on the subject Saturday morning devotional exercises worn conducted by M P Compton leading in prayer Rev Christian read a very interesting pa per on Ministerial Support Revs English Harrell Lewis Shacklett Bristo Basham and M P Compton spoke at some length on the subject when Rev Christian made some very touching remarks in closing The subject was passed and Mr Compton was called to take the chair and Rev Harrell opened the discussion of the Bible Doctrine of Sin It Saturday afternoon the discussion of the sub ject was continued The mission board also held a meeting and organize- by electing T B Herndon chairman and Rev English secretary Saturday atternoon the ministers meeting adjourned to meet Sunday morning when Rev Shackletts subject Progress of Mission Work i the Apostolic Age was to be presented and the pastor of Goshen church was to preach the inissio- sermon Island 111 Jan 14 10 I IBlue Ely Bros 1 haveji ed your Balm in my farnil for nine years and it has beconT my family doctor for colds in tbfbead I use it freely on my childjn Itis a God send to children Hyurs respectfully j J Kimball Messrs OK BrothersI snffer greatly with catarrh and tried differ ent remedies without effect After using one bottle of your Cream I found relief and loan not praie- too highly such remedyMiss Cillard Albany IN Y Isadore Popham was in Louisville several days last week r MRS WAGGONER DEAD Mrs Henry 0 Waggoner died sud denly Thnndiy night at 11 oclock at her home in the Bites Hun neighborhood She had been ill only a few days of measles but had long had heart trouble which was tho di rect cause of nor lentil Mrs Wag goner was fortyfour years of age and a member of the New Bethel Baptist church bbe was a daughter of the late Wilson Jolly who lived near Hnrdinsbnrg She is survived br her husband three children William Mary and Ado and by a number of brothers nnd sisters The latter are Mrs F P ofsthis city Jas D Henry M and J F Jolly own broth ers of near Hardinsbnrg and Geo T Jolly of Hardiusburg a halfbroth er Mrs Jas HendrIck and Mrs Pete Lyons of near Stephensport and Mrs Lucy Miller and Mrs Maria Adkisson of Clifton Mills halfsisters heldeSaturday morning Rev J F Win chell of Tobinspoit Ind officiating theeHawkins graveyard The reported death of Warren Campbell in Colorado was a mistake Mrs Richard Bennett died at Stephensport Tuesday of consumption after a long illness She was about thirtytive years of age and a member of the Baptist cnurch Her husband parents and three sisters survive The funeral will be held today Rev J T Lewis officiating Triumps of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be remov ed entirely bon e sell pipes take the plat of dl ase sections of veIns antiseptic d s gs are applied to wounds bruiser urns and like in juries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the old treatment Cham berliiina Pain Balm acre tin the same principal It is an antiseptic 1and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness fourehome and it will save you time and money not to mention the Inconven- Ience and suffering which snch Injuries entail For sale by Short d Haynes yA FAMOUS SOCIETY Where London Fainon Preacher and Teacher Gathered The closing decades of the lust con fury comprehended the palmy period of a distinguished little society in London which might have been described as a club for the teachers tiiul preachers of their nge secular or religious Such Indeed was the Metaphysical society Its organizing spirit had perhaps been James Knowlcs If Its most famous member were found in W E Gladstone Its loading spirits who took the most active part In its dlscusslow were Cardinal Manning and Richard Holt Hutton the editor of the Spectator James Martlneau Matthew Arnold and William George Ward the erewhile mathematical tutor of Ballol as well as the poet Browning quay sometimes have been of the company but the chief figures were those already mentioned In his earlier days Hutton like so many reflective men of his day was the disciple of F D Maurice Then among his associates were J M Lull low and Thomas Hughes the author of literd ward It II Iluttons would have been recognized by him In his brother member of Mate Metaphys lent society James Marfnioau The great Incidents In Its proceedings at tills time were the high speculative werentaken by teachers of thtfr generation BO mutually opposed and so lndividuall distinguished as Manning and Mart ninnynbe by Gladstone Browning and I rather think once or twice by Tenny son himself Tine extraordinary mug netlsm exorcised by Martlneau over I blIn personal following was perceptible f Us manner with casual acquaintances As such It was realized very many years ago by the present writer when as an exceedingly young man fresh from college ho was concerned In pre paring some examination questions i which his venerable seniors Mauric- and Martlneau with one of two more edwere to have t volceP H S Escott In Chambers md0 wait eiorningeM cold little Elsies papfl struck a poor cow and cut her head right off My graciousI exclaimed the littl- eslrlq suppose the milk poured right out all over the ground Philadelphia Press MANY AT DEDICATION Protably between 500 and 800 peo pIe from every section of the county attended the dedication of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Gar field Sunday Tne first service was held Saturday evening when ReV Watson of Louisville preached an interesting sermon On Sunday morning Rev Watson preached the dedicatory sermon and dedicated the church assisted by Rev J T Cundiff the pastor When the colleo twin was taken 114 were raised in a few minutes The church building cost between I1000 and 2000 and 114 was the only Indebtedness at the time of the dedication At noon dinner was served on the grounds and a short service was held in the afternoon HARDINSBURG Miss Lytie Ford visited friends at Irvington Saturday Thomas J Moore spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Jno P Haswell Jr was in Louis ville a few days last week James R Sidlhnan of Owensboro was in the city last Monday- W S Ball returned home Friday from a business trip to Munfordville Judge Wm H Ahl and Rev J H Lennon attended memorial services Mr and Mrs Paul Compton spent Saturday and Sunday at Garfield visiting relatives Mr Brown of Meade county la here visiting his brother County At torney Gus Brown at Tar Fork Sunday C M McGlothlan of Union Star and James Younger of Cloverport were in the city Monday Hon G W Beard visited his daughter Mrs Chas G Reid at West Point last week Misses Alice Bauer and Ava Lee Board were the guests of Miss Nannie Board at Garfield last week Miss Judith E DeJarnotte return ed home last week from Nashville where she has been attending BelmonttCoLege The Rev W H Calvert held the regular quarterly meeting of thQ M E church at Fairview church last Saturday and Sunday The Rev H J Brunerof Bowling Green was here Sunday in the in terest of the KentucBy Childrena Hume Society Mr and Mrs Wm G Haswell have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs George W McCubbins atStephensportThe party composed of Morris H Beard T J Hook Gus Brown Henry Moorman and Claude Mercer returned home Saturday bringing forty lbs of fish with them as an evidence of their good luck Dr John E Kinuheloe went to Louisville Thursday to accept for a short time a place as physician at St Josephs Infirmary He will return after three weeks spent at that hospital and resume his practice here Wallace Pierce was down from Louisville Sunday With Breckenridge Bank Mrs Estnlle Trunell of Chicago who will spend 25000 improving the Tar Springs hits opened an account with the Breckmridgu Bank which f will transact all her local business Robertson Ilensley Mr 0 y Robertson and Miss Eva L Heusley of Hardinsbuig will be married Wednesday June 8 at 0 oclock at the Hurdfiisburg Methodist church Elkton Ky June 8th 1001 DearpSuI your Halls Great Discovery in 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counter of the St Charles blue eyes lighted with unob trusive Inquiry The smnll quiet looking man ad dressed glanced up Xo he said I nra tho proprietor This waving his hand to a resplendent appearing pe- rsonIs tho clerk- Wheroupon the bodlnmondcd Individ ual Indicated about whom an entire chapter has been written by an observ ing English traveler came forward lolsurely A uruiijiiiui In attire an Arlstarclms for taste Since his period or reignthere have been many Imi tators but he was the first Indocd created the olllcc and Is deserving of a permanent place hi American annals Ills fonnnlfty Just bordered on still noss wrote the Interested Briton as though he were studying some new example of the human species his conII versation was elegant but pointed as ho was gifted with a cultured economy of language He accomplished by Inv lluctlon what ninny people can only attain through volubility Yes ho Interrogatively remarked gazing down at the caller In the pres out instance- Is Colonel SaintProsper stopping Lore Yes Send this card to his room Yes doubtfully- Is there any reason why you should notThere was a military banquet last night Interposed the quiet little man Patriotism bubbled over uutll morn ingAh yes commented Culver for It was he Fought their battles over again Some of them In the hospital today Well well they suffered In a glorious cause toasting the president and the army And the Hug and the girls they left behind them I rend tho account of it In the papers this morn lug Grand speech of the bishop glorious response of Old Hough and Jtondy You arc right to protect sleep ing heron but Im afraid I must run tho guard ns my business Is urgent t t Tow Tnoments Inter the Imvvir Ibreathing heavily followed n colored lad down n crimson carpeted corridor pauvintf before a door upon which hH guide knocked vigorously and then vim fatedColonel SaintProsper said the lawyer as he otxyitl the voice within and entered Mme room where a tall young man In civilian attire was en I gaged In packing a small trunk One I moment pray let we catch my breath That lad accomplished time assent two I step at a time and I tear the spectacle stimulated me to unusual expedition i Were apt to forget we are old and cant keep up with boys and won j kejrar During this somewhat playful introduction the attorney was studying the occupant of the room with keen bright aaua glance which without being offensive was sufficiently penetrating and comprehensive to convey n definite impression of the others face and fig I art The soldier returned the look of I his visitor deliberately but with no surprise I Wont you sit down he said Culver availed himself of the InleteUol1hI am not disturbing you 1IIIMVO long known of you although this Is our first meeting j You have then the advantage of II mo returned SaintProsper for 1IYou never heard of mo laughed tho lawyer Exactly We attorneys are always getting our fingers in eerJJ ones affairs l1m acquainted withII you as It were from the cradle to the pIosonUcc 10m unexpectedly honored re marked the listener satirically I First I knew you through tho Marquis do TlgnoII SaintProsper started and regarded I his visitor more closelyII was the humble Instrument ofImaking n fortune for you It was also my lot to draw up time papers deprive ing you of the same Culver laughed amiably Oft expectation falls where most It promises Pardon my levity There were two wills the first In your favor the last in his daughters I presumewlth a sudden sharp look you have no Intention of contesting the final disposition Thojwternlty of time child is established beyond doubt Artful Culver was not by any means no sure In his own mind that If time other were disposed to make trouble the legal proofs of Constances Identity J would be so easily forthcoming J3arnes was dead her mother had passed away many years before the child had been born In London where the marquis rationality just before his demise WAS a debatable question In fact since he bad learned SaintProsper was In tho city the attorneys mind lad been soar Ing among a cloud of vague possibili ties and now regarding his companion with a most kindly Ingratiating smile I Le added Besides when the marquis took you as a child Into his household them were I understood no legal papers drawn 1 dont see what your visit portends said SaintProsper unless there Is some other matter Just so returned Culver his vanishing There was a small mutter n slight commission Miss Cnrew requested me to hand you this message The visitor now detected a market change In time soldiers Imperturbable bearing ns tho latter took the envelope which the attorney offered him Tin young lady saw you at tho Mlstlck Krewo ball lust night and recognizing an old friend with a slight accent pressed me Into her service And now having completed my errand I willi wish you good morning And the lawyer briskly departed The young mans hand trembled ns he tore open the envelope but he stir veyed the contents of time brief roes sage with tolerable firmness Colonel SalntProsperWIIl you kindly call this morning to see mo- CONSTANCE CAREV That was all nothing more save time address und the date How long he re mained staring at It with mingled feel lings ho never knew but finally with n start ho looked at his watch thoughtfully regarded the half filled trunk don ned his coat and loft the room Several fellow officers the first of the slug gards to appear spoke to him ns he crossed time hall below but what they said or what he replied ho could not afterward remember Some one detained him at the steps a gentleman with a longing for juleps but finally he 1 wronfed you t ilie cried 1 wronged KOK 1 fount himself In a carriage driving somewhere presumably to the address given In time letter How long the drive seemed And yet when the carriage fltml ly stopped und he had paid his faro he mentally determined It had been too uort The driver gazed1 in surprise after the gentleman who did not wnlt for hits change but forbearing InJu- dicious comment gathered up time roles and drove to the nearest cafe From the carriage the house was distance and yet It appeared very near the gate to the soldier who dimly realized he was passing through a garden where were many lowering plants and where the air was unusually heavy wtth perfume Many other details tho construction of the house tho size of tho verandas passed with out attracting his notice Soon how ho was seated In a great room apartment of old fashioned height and breadth Ho felt his heart boating fast How long did he sit there No inconsiderable period surely Ho ex nmined everything carefully without carrying a definite Impression of any thing to his mind The largo carved mirror the quaint decoration of walls and frieze the soft colors of the rug that covered the floor the hundred and one odd little things In the cabinet near the chair where ho was seated trifles In Ivory old silver and china tho pictures a Vandyke Claude and a few modern masters After this Interminable but confused scrutiny of Inanimate things his heart beat faster still as a tall figure robed In white entered the roomlie rose They regarded each other with mutual constraint Her face had a bit of color like the tinge of a rose loaf Her eyes seemed agitated beneath the sweeping lashes a sentiment In 111 accord with tbc stateliness of her presence She gave Dim her hand Hoi hold It he knew not how long probably for the conventional moment TheyI found themselves each In a chair at ease yet not at ease ho studying her face furtively yet eagerly she turning In her fancy tho first strong Impression of how gaunt and haggard taro his features bearing tho traces of recent Illness I am glad you came she began their eyes meeting once more lIe bowed Mr Culver brpogbt mo your message I heard that youIt was reported you were dead I was wounded that was all nnd soon took to the field again Time suspense that fell between them was oppressive You should have let your friends lengthlie y vivid 5w memories or their lust interview recurring to him Indecisively she Inter laced her fingers fund he watchingl them wondered why she had sent for him Suddenly site rose walked to the window and stood looking out lIe sitting In the dim light In a maze of uncertainty was vaguely conscious of her figure outlined against the brightness without of the waving yellow flowers of the vines shading tho broad verandaIt long since we have met ho said awkwardly She did not answer Timid she hoard Yet ho did not resent her silence If he had ever felt anger for her It had nil vanished now Ho was only con sclous of regarding her more attentive ly as she still remained gazing out Into the sunlit gardens Much hits happened since I saw you ho continued She turned her eyes were moist Let hand trembled a little against her dress but she held her head proudly as she had always done and It was the aspect of this weakness set against strength that appealed swiftly to him softening his heart so that ho longed to spring to her side Yes much she replied Wns her voice tremulous orwas It but time thrill of his own heart which nude It seem so You have been here long she asked still holding back what was on her mind or blindlyI endeavoring to np proach time subject OnlyI since yesterday s- And you remain some time I am leaving today for France At that a touch of color left her fa e or was It that n darkening shadow foil upon the house and garden momenta rlly chastening the outlook For Franco sho repented Her lips quivered Something seemed to still the beating of his heart Constance what Is It he half whisperedShe ed forward suddenly her hands outstretched- I wronged you she cried I wronged you I thought the disgrace was yours Oh do not speak she added passionately 1 have suffered for ItRnd now would you mind plenso leaving mof You thought time disgrace was mine he repeated slowly Not my Ho broke off abruptly And you suffered for It he said wonderingly Then you Ho arose quickly and approached her a now expression transfiguring his bronzed and worn young faceSwiftly he sought her glance Her eyes gave Irrefutable answer Unresistingly she abandoned herself to his arms nnd he felt her bosom rise and fall with conflicting emotions Closely he held her In the surprise and sur passing pleasure of tho moment then bending ho kissed her lips A wave of color Hooded her face though her eyes still sought his But even as ho regarded tier the clear open look grad ually changed replaced by one of halt perplexity half reproach That night you wont away why did you not defend yourself she ask ed finally I never Imagined any mistake Besides what had 1 to offor Your future wits bright your name on ovory ones lipsDid you think you worn responsible for your brothers sins Ills dnrk features clouded I snpiK ge I hud become accustomed to cold looks In Africa 11Iome of my comrades Who had nn Inkling of the story No nmttor whnt 1 did1 ww jhits brother und time bitterest part was tthat I loved him loved him from my boyhood lIe was time luuidnoinest most Joyous fellow Even when ho died in my arms In Mexico my heart could not absolutely turn from him She opened her lips ns if to speak but the shadow on his face kept her silent I was weal enough to keep the story from you in the first place a foolish reticence for these matters follow u wan to time ends of the world Oh she said to think It was I who made you feel this Ho took her humid Ills grasp hurt jher fingers yet she did not shrink You showed mo a now world he answered quickly Not the world I expected to find where life would hold little of Joy or zest but a magical world a beautiful world yours She halt hung her head But then then It became a memory bitter sweet yet more sweet than bitter And now Ho did not answer Immediately The figure of the count as ho had seen him the night before had abrupt ly entered his mind Did sho understand She smiled And now At her question he dismissed all thought of jealousy Looking into her clear half Iaughingoycs ho road of no entangling alliances Without words from her he understood Shall we go into tho garden sho said and opening tiro window they stepped out upon the veranda In tho sky n single largo cloud stretched Itself In a dreamy torpor too sluggish apparently to move while a brood of little clouds nestled and slept around It From tho window the mounts ally watched them among the plants and vines pausing now and then their Interest more In themselves than In the liveliest hues or forms that nature offered Ho stood still re gnrdlng his shadow on tho path sort coaly Nearly noon by the soldiers dial ho said She pushed back the hair the wind hind blown about her brow My boat stills in an hour he con tinned1Dtltyou are not going now lt I stay It must be Fwevorj she said Forever j TUB EliDJ We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we relmburso the druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Nervine Is medicine for your nerves It cures diseases of the Internal organs by gIvIng tone to the nerves which matte these organs work It Is a novel theorynot of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr Mllesi and since made use of by many wido awake physicians who appreciate Its value in treating tho sick If you are sick wo offer you a way to bo made wellDr Miles Nervlne This medlclno is a scientific euro for none disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache St Vltus Dance Epilepsy or tilts Nervous Pros tratlon etc By toning up who nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the Internal organs duo to a disordered nervous systenf Some of these are digestion Bilious Headache KIdney rouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tlsm etc of My brother had nervous prostration provanedRestorative Nrryme and now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how it sqYed my life a few years ago when lyliad nervous trouble I everyone1tEVM REErite us and we will mall Free Trial Package of D Mllar AntiPain Pills the New ScVntlllgr Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blgrk for our Specialist to diagnose yoir cso and tell you what is wrong hew to Absolutely FreeAdieifa DR MILES MEDICAL CO liAoiORATOIUES ELKUART LiD PICKED UP W C Kasey of Big Spring sold 0 hhds of Burley at an average of 1580 per hundred pounds James Reardon wife and children of Howell Ind came up last week to visit his wifes parents Mr and Mrs Gto F Askins at McQnady e Mr Reardon is an engineer and runs from Evansville to Providence Ky Fred Claycomb of Webster was at Irvington Saturday and drove home in a new buggy purchased from Jolly Gardner A Co This firm is soiling a lot of buggies this spring Askins Mill at Jollys station is putting in a new corn burr 25 bushels capacity per hour This mill l is building up quite a nice trade und having about all it can do in a local way A HooBerry Is the miller He makes god Hour and meal and knows how to treat a fellow when he brings his grinding Tobacco planting is very much behind all over the county owing to the backward spring und scarcity of plants From present outlook there wont be more than half as much planted as last year Severn planters in the Jolly neighborhood who hnve ground prepared for 15 or 20 acres say if they set out three or four acres they will d well Louis Ashley is the only man in that section who has stuoic a plant He had 10 men in his Held Saturday June 21 and expected to finish up his crop Louts is always o right uptodate in planting time J S Massey secretary of the Local Miners Union at Fenley und a meui nor of the Executive Board Miners Union District No 23 Western Kentucky was called to Central City last week to attend n meeting of the Board in that city called for tho purpose of adjusting wages between miners and operators Mr Massey Is hopeful that the matter will be set tied At Fenley he says tnere is no trouble The mines are running full time and increasing force every day He says Mr R N Hudson is a splendid man to worn for never any trouble with him or the men under him He is a kind conscientious man is always ready and willing to do the rignt thing by his men There would be no strikes said he if all operators were like Mr Hudson llardin Mans Airship A Louisville real estate man named Best has invented a vow kind of air ship in which he proposes taking eleven friends with him on a visit to the Worlds Fair It is clammed that sixty miles an hour can be made in this ship which is to participate in the 100000 Worlds Fair airship prize contests The inventor of the Kentucky air ship spent thirtyseven years at work on his plans and he thinks he has finally perfected them His ship eon tains two gas uhamberf thirty feet in length and six feet in diameter in the center tapering toward the end The twelve wings and the planes are made of aluminum The machine Is to be propelled by a fourhorse power gasoline motor and will have two ecrewpropellers one In front and one in the rear The ship will con same about five gallons or gasoline from Louisville to St LOUIS Mr Best says Mr Best formerly resided in Hnr din county I 8sarb theThe nd Yo ro Always Bought Signature of A Free Lecture H S Bonsib tile Flying Dutch man from Vlncennes mad will de liver a series of two lectures on the subject of temperance from a gospel1 and religious standpoint on Tuesday and Wednesday June 14 and 15 a 800 pm at Oelzes Hall Mr Bontib has had twentyone years experience in this worK aud- is full of originality wit and humor He does not follow the beaten track of temperance lecturer but tins a original way of his own He strived tto entertain and instruct and at the same time to elevate As these lectures are free everyone should come out and hear this great speaker Three States In One Day Last Wednesday was Judge Parkers day Three state conventions were jheld with the result of the New York jurist getting fortysix delegates to the national convention The cnnven tion at Nashville Instructed its delegates to vcte as a unit for the nomination of Parker Alabama never instructs her delegates but strong reso lutionsi were adopted saying that Judge Parker was the most available man and that the sentiment of tha convention favored his nomination- at St Louis The unit rule was put in force by a large majority In Ohio the Hearst forces were completely routed Enlists in Regular Army Albert Elder of Hardinsburg who enlisted in the regular army at tho wensooro recruiting station was sent to ColnrnDus barracks for Infantry serviceDriven To Desperation Living at an out ot the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven t desperation in case of accident reiltlng in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulce etc Lay in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at Short d Hay nes Drug Store In otivBuilding The horse show building on the river front between Fifth and Sixth streets Louisville has been selected as the place for the holding of the state Democratic convention It is the largest building in Louisville and can be fitted admirably for the pur pose It is convenient to the hotels and is altogether a suitable place Dr t J Moffett Is a graduate of medicine and has as urfich right to prescribe for the sldXna any physi clan and KU B to mothers his TEETHINAr as the best remedy they can tjJefor their teething child renI ETHINA1 Aids Digestion Regnli s the Bowels Overcomes and Counteracts the EftYcts of tha Sum mers Heat and milks teething easy Union Bible Club Meeting The Union Bible Club the members of which are the ladies of the city meets every Tuesday afternoon at 8 clock at the homes ot the members jr Tht abject of time club Is the study- of the Bible It was organized by Mrs TR Kendall of Ovvensboro A CONFIDENTIAL CHAT Its perfect nonsense Bessie for you to talk of being laId on the shelf Why it all depends on yourself Forget your worries your aches and ailments do as I did take plenty of outofdoor air cultivate happiness by not allowing your mind to dwell on the trines and the worries of life I sent thirtyone cents In stamps to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y for his Common Sense Medical Adviser and found it cony tanned much useful information about the care of my health about physiology anat omy and everything a woman should know I then decided to write Dr Pierce and tell him all about my ailments I received such a nice carefully considered and con fidential letter in reply Riving me advice about my diet exercise and all This advice is free to everyone and I wonder you dont write him at once It didnt take me many months to regain my good looks Ever since I was fifteen I have suffered untold agonies periodically but now I am free from pain worry an bad temper Oc caslonally I took Djr Pierces Pleasant Pelletsthls for U e complexion and to stimulate the Jtfer Theo I took Dr Pierce Favojne Prescription three times a day for hose womanly weaknesses I told y about Thats my secret lbeauty ts the easiest thing iu the worn to beyTappy and keep ones good looks toowat the thousands ofwomen who have beey made well by Dr Pierces Favorite P caption j look how they keep their d looks Dr Pierce offers soo reward r any case of Leucorchea FemaleWeak ess Prolapsus or Palling of Womb which e cannot cure All be asks iis a fair and reasonable trial of life means of cure Buffalo Bill in England- So heavy will be the traffic in con nection with the arrival of the Buffalo Bills Show at Bodmin that the U W R are erecting a temporary plat hem at the station to give additional aecolnmoistionIaardtnn Bodmin England x i r Cloverport Planing Mill f GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS SASHtBLINDS NSISHINGLED y LATHS i LIME BRICKnCEMENT HOOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOBIcb over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Sped ttentlon to FINE TOLD FILLINGS AND CRtJwN and BRIDGE WORK Pdftt Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Gasoline fotxsale atI J r ews Office H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law HARDINSBURQ KY theOourtsties Special attention given to collecting road Jses and criminal practice License top ce in United States District Courts- ce over Bank jf Uardlnsbure yJ Hopsitality ExpenseVVt Entertainment that is pleasure to ft the1ifjtorecelvoandoxfj J Si J CLODE Publisher 1565th AYeIN Y SWAYSkisof 1 CrvAntbemum Centerpiece I Hill U I with t Dolllet i meachlookmar J Butterflies 1 for eoiisi Abtumn Lure and I IConten pejignj for jlilrtwilsyomimenutloa I OFTEBt B LOW I G oN IW Liltmans Malta no puhlhedItcootalns e tnt and m st phi ti al styles Le fund Df1he In the mavtnerid ryIht rots welt ai a niLrate evlene the SEW IDEA WoIAh MAGAZINE I ip ittreneosinej I n h issue contain lusts Con Irfilnn It treats alv of all mtjeits Inter n to women n their Time tiles sent your name lodayw 60 cents allI we will enter your inl rrij tlon fur one eat d mall al the Eml roHrry outfit shown above X leo ton Is Wf lIon IIbU paper whoa yean write NEW IDEA FUEUSniNO CO 638 Eroadvar New York Sour StomachNo nervousnessgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol dlscoveryrepresents exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive nokonlythafamoustroublubyliningtheMr S lorI aIyurKodol mlfor4oI Digests What You Eat BottUTonly S 100 Size holdlar 3X umsthtrW f size which sells for 50 ants I par d by E 0 DWITT R CO OHIOAQ Sold by all Druggists Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ican survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you 6ublo and cost Your atroaage Solicited i 1 f Address me at rdinsburg Ky PA Kt BALSAMCleuue Promote a luvrtent fwrti aryIIa1rI tiCanaaind r C f The Breckenridge News JSt Itl WEDNESDAY June 1 1004 JOE MULHATTEN RESENTS A TITLE HE WAS GIVEN Carters Landing Ky May 271004 Editor News Will you please Inform J D BabbageJr that he shout taKe out an accident policy at once For 1 am a desperate man and won stand for my reparation to be assailed Perusing the columns of the News we discovered that Mr Baobage called us- a prevaricator Well we didnt know what that meant so we dug up Web stera Unabridged We found it meant we was a liar We flew into u rage and rang up JJJefferien Asked bin if he could lend as one of his latest patterns of lighting suits Mr Jeffer ies wired back that he would send as a salt immediately As soon as our clothes arrive there will be eomethini doing in the neighborhood of the News office We would like to meet J D Jr in the open We dont wan to tear up the New soffice and get arAp nmand of about ten years on the rock pile Notify the pnolio to stay at home that day Dont want any cow Iuds If we have to run we dont want to be stopped Tell Orfilo De Havm the marshal to lock hImself up that day If we need him we uptthink we have to do this Our conscience tis all that has kept out us of the fighting name but when our reputation is as sailed conscience dont count If Mr Babbage had been more gentlemanly he would have drawn us to one side and whispered in our ear Ihei we would have not got offended But he had the audacity to blurt out ic public Thats too much There Isnt anything left for us to do now but to plant another newspaper man In oni large and growing graveyard Just to think that a gol darned old rooster is the cause of all this The reasor we wish to avoid cowards newspaper men and the like on that day is thiS We wish to avoid notoriey If we both die running the public wont get onto it See yell JDJr to pre pare for actlcn Old Mulls mad with blood in his eye Has ceased to puff the pipe of peace Please notifj the nndertaKors and oblige Joe Mulhatten Jr Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Cough and Coldto be unequaled IA recent expressro om T Me Farland Bentoril1 Vserves nl example He wit es had Bron ohitis for three yeajfenrnd doctored all the time wi thou being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery snd a fewbottles wholly cured me Equally effective ii curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Trial bottles free regular sIZes COc and 1100 Funeral At Mattin ly Theremains of Jas W Whltehoa son of Mrs Rosa M Whitehouse of this city arrived here Thursday morning for burial The body was sent to New York on a transport from the Philippines where Mr Whitehouse died nearly a year ago while serving as a private in the regular army The body had to betaken about 600 miles by land before it could be placed aboard ship This and numerous delays in transmission were thecausefor its late arrival In this OncountryII was at St Marys burying ground a t Mattingly Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S I ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc I For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary disease take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specie fio If you have agonizing pumps in back swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dif culty In passing water alsoa frequent desire or even involuntary discharge of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Bottmlo Kidney Spec fie Soon all th syptoms disappear discharges cea aches in the back dis appear Thar burning senttatlon stops and B pert t cure is guaranteed BotanlX Kidney Specific gives stre I gm7 power and health to the kid ney Acts directly on the uric acid an issolves and destroys It ea at to the taste Especially advised for chronic cased that rest all other treatment f1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky- SawMill at Tar Springs Albert Fenn of Tell City has a sawmill at Tar Springs for the pur pose of sawing part of the timber 01 the property Mr Fenn is the city auditor ot Tell City and a proud nent lumber man- TURTLE FLESH The IlnndnoiucHt of the Animate Gives the Worst lent No one really knows how large a tur tle may grow but certainly there does not appear to be much If any exagger ation attached to the statements of Pliny and Strabo who describing the chclonophagl of the Red sea say that they utilized the shells of the turtles they had eaten as roofs to their huts and boats for their feeble voyages Strange to say the handsomest turtle the hawks bill variety Chclone 1m brlcntn furnishes the worst flesh be ing so strongly flavored with music as to be almost uneatable This peculiar ity would seem to point to a diet ot squid since these mollusca arc exceed ingly musky But It may not be out of place to remark here that turtle flesh even of the best sorts is not nice As Sam Welters pieman hoarsely wits pered Its the seasoning as does It A diet of turtle steaks or of hashed turtle or of turtle soup au nature would soon sicken any one but a sav age For sixpence or its equivalent In most of the West India Island towns one can get n heaped plate of turtle steak with bread or Jams or sweet po tatoes ad lib But I never knew even a hungry sailor who wanted more than one meal a week of it for all its cheap ness The fact vla that In the cult of turtle soup we are following a long way off It Is true the example set by the Chinese who love gelatinous soups and pay fabulous prices for the nests of the sea swallows the holothurla or sea slug and the sharks fins because of their gelatinous qualities Frank T Bullen In Leslies Queer Drunken Mnnlni An English sheriff who died some years since kept a record of the curious cases of drunkenness that came under his observation Several habit ual cases had deteloped odd manias One woman who had been arrested 107 times for drunkenness In twentyeight years had a mania for breaking windows when she was Intoxicated An old soldier suffering from a wound In the head always stole Bibles when ho was tipsy Another man stole nothing but spades while one womans fancy ran to shawls and anothers to shoes A man neared Grubb was imprisoned seven times for stealing tubs although there was nothing In his lino of life to make tubs particularly desirable to him An Interrupted Prayer When Meredith P Gentry was de tented for the governorship of Tennes seo by Andrew Johnson afterwan president he was much chagrined principally he said because he had been run over by that great cult us he contemptuously designated Johnson Gentrys melancholy over the result ot the election Increased as time passed and he went Itito a decline So somi of his friends visited him in order to cheer him up and as was the custon In those days emptied several demijohns of whisky during the evening It was very lute before they thought of retiring and then Gentry announce that as there was a clergyman presen Parson Brownlow he would reques him to offer up a prayer before the company went to bed Brother Brown low whose specialty was exhortation began to pray lie Included everythlnj In his petition and at last said And O Lord If In thy Infinite mercy It be possible have mercy also upon Andrew Johnson Gentry was on his feet In an Instant Stop Mr Brown low stop I he exclaimed You wll exhaust the fount of Infinite rnercyl The Olive The olive line been applied for van ous medicinal purposes since old Ram eses I held sway over his dark skin ned subjects In northern Africa Inl the days or ancient Home the leaveI and bark of the tree were used by the remarkable medical experts of thnt time to allay and cure violent attackI of Intermittent Lever while the res Inous gum which exuded from the tree In the hot season wns used for many of the Ills to which flesh Is heir flleI oil of the olive Itself Inter was used b the Roman athletes to soothe ihel heated bodies after Indulging In heroic attempts to break the early records fo 100 yard dashes and putting the discus or shot Then the oil of the willI olive was employed as an extraordinary I panacea guaranteed to stop the ravages of all aliments Last of nil In more modern times the women of our own tiny use the olive oil In the torn of soap to beautify the complexion by softening the pores and nourishing the skin Itself Creating a Ancancr When the republic had boon set up In trance In 1848 wrote the Baroues Bonde the first attempts of the en franchised people to use their new powers resulted In the election of the most miscellaneous assembly that Inn ever tried to govern u country A menu her nominated from Rouen went to Paris and selected his seat Ho bud hardly taken It when his next nclghbo turned and stared at him The Rouen man embarrassed turned up his coa t collar but too late Sir said his lynx eyed colleague I believe I had the honor of sending yoi to the galleys for murder In IS whei I was Judge You had strangled th servant of the cure who had brough you up and robbed the worthy man Oblige me by resigning Immediately The next day the Monlteur announc ed that there was a vacancy for Rouen but did not tell why He Hntl a Way With Him Jane Seymour was boasting to Ann BoleynHenry has Juet asked me for m I hand she remarked Thats nothing retorted the queenI he has Just asked me for my head Subsequent events showed both ladles granted the requestNew Tor Tribune Not ProponlnK MaudIm afraid I intruded when dropped In on you unexpectedly th other evening Mr Spoonamore look ed ns If he were proposing Mabel Well ho wasnt He was ony posing Chicago Tribune ifs Sense of Feeling Are you sure that mule Is blind Yes suhIn his eyes he Is but yo des ortcr see him feel1 fer you wId hi heels Atlanta Constltutlrj LEADS THE WORLDDr V C Price of Chicago is the acknowledged leader of the world in the manufacture pf pure food products Dr Price 4Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts used in millions of homes have stood the test for purity ar excellence for nearly half a century His recent productions fit PRiCESWH- EATi FLAKE CELERY FOOD DR PRICES TRYABITA HULLED CORN fare rapidly gaining a repu on for btring the most nutritious wholesome and best preparations In their line The nam of DR PIU0E on any food product is a guarantee of its being perfect in structure and quality PalibAt Huirifious Easy of Digtttion and Rosily to Eat M 6fl trot d1I 1 eetiy packagt XJZ Y i a iPrice the creator of Dr Prices Cram Bating Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts A seek Oak wmtalalBf 7t excellent resslpts far isle1 the Feed stalled free U say alillreli1U par by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago Illinois 4I5M Sleyby v V CUiBABBAGE SON ClpVerport KyH tt l An I olntc l Church In the volley of Westdale Head IIn Cumberland England a strange little church nestles amid a group of tbe highest of Englands mountains It IIs over 400 years old and has two windows and the pulpit is lighted by a pane of glass having been inserted Ia iIn hole In the roof above It There nre only eight pews of which seldom mor than two are used The little bet hanging loose in the open belfry may on stormy nights be heard mingling its tones with the wind and thundci But for the belfry It would hardly be known to be a church This lIttio gray edifice Is described as the most Isolated church throughout the whol of England Good Reaion A school inspector explaining to bls class that the land of the world was not continuous said to the boy wbo happened to be standing nearest 1to himNow could your father walk round the 1 worldNo was the prompt reply Why noU- necause hes broken his leg was the altogether unlooked for response Chums On the Other land- LawyerYour case would have been stronger Mr McGuire If you hud note 11 only on the defensive but you struck first If you had let him strike Jou first you would have had the law on your side Mr McGuire Yls1 Old hall th law on my solde but Old a hud him on my chest npoundln th lolfe out av me Pspa uh = DOES YOUR HOUSE NEED PAINTINGThe date painter in Cloverport is Bert Beavin h you want your 1 1If done in the la style and at IItest nable s- Noneymit 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Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L L1GH FOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Account T Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any luniness entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Stor e place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers fr NHlf SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits i iZia I W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident I j- II H KEMPER Cashier of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iintsJ Interest Paid on TimeDeposits Ir = =+ rTHEM I Fifth Avenue Lj HOTELY L ISvilie Ky IKE CAMPBELL Mgr J 1 z I LIne Ex to NEW or The most located and only 1l hotel In the a P 200 rate Only one block from tho district and two blocks from tho Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean m J7 rJ ueee- eII Two ILLINOISfast trains DAILY Louisville CENTRALI to MEMPHIS and REIAk 210IIHOT SPRINGS ARK New lintclass line Chicago to ST PAL L and the NORTHWEST Dest of service Free reclining chair Pullman Sleepers Dining rservice a la Carte IIOnly Sleepers running Conducted Louisville through MEXICO CALIFORNIA ARIZONA and I TEXAS 1 centrally firstclass cltyZmabtng principal shopping principal theatres Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK I For Eders and Descriptive Mutter of California New Orleans Circulars I of fuJHress Jffnds In the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroaddeslrlptlvoii F W HARLOW D P A Louisville essssosNs sNNs ss ese ssosNSSNCisrsN slssca- oNNN000OONONNO1ooo1 Ntlo0oo0ooooN 90o NON + IIDAN BROOKS CO i LIVE STOCK Z i eMISSION flERCHANTS iii NTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY- 000000000000oooooeooooeooooeoooooeooooooooooNo i i C VIC ROBERTSON The man that sells and buy horses and mules The man that tolls what sort of an animal ho is selling The man that has a horse for a mans needs ready to sell The man that is looking for men who want to buy horses and mules I IAA INSBURG KY h j y jr1 IW L L L t A t A f r r- 6V t1t e r d I l 8RECKENR1DGE NEWS duo D end V Q BABAQE i 3Editoaand Proprietor tIssuedEvery Wednesday iSubscription Price 100 a year o 126 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over Ova lines charged or fct the rnte of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of Copts per line Money In advance i Examlnn the label on uspaper If It IsI not correct nlease notify When ordering a change In the add subscribers should give tlielrold as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1004 Camillas McGlothlan tells us he contemplates changing his business and location soon He is strongly solicited to go to West Point ana take charge of the hank there The ar rangements are about all completed he says and he will pull up stakes at Union Star about July 1 and join the procession to that thriving town We congratulate the stockholders I of that bank and citizens in general on this splendid acquisition to thur bank and town There is no better citizen or business man in this county than Camillus McGlothlan andII none we regret to part with more He is a man of ability character andI good judgment He has been success ful in his own business and his ex perience especially tits him for a bank cashier J J D Rockefeller made a talk to his sons Bible class the other day about his early training He saul he was taught to do things to be selfreliant I At the age of seven he was taught to milk a cow at eight to drive a horse I and to drive hilu just as carefully as a man could drive him At ten 1 he was trained to do business was sent over the hills for example to PeculiarTo ItselfIn what itis and what it doescon J taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and permanent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up J the whole systemis true only of I Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no 1 other medicin laS restored health and strengthXvt so little cost- I WM troubled with scrofula and came near loilnc nty eyesight For four months 1 could not jAs to do anything After taking two bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could lee to walkjfod when I had taken eight bottles I could eel at well as ever Scans A HAIRS I roN Withers N C Holds Sarsaparilla promises to j cu rend keeps the promise NasalfirsCATARRHSIn all its etagceAeo9E- iyts A- cleaneeseoothesan Cream BaS YfEYER Jala the diseased m sans yo Itcnrcecatarr d drl Tea araway a cold quIckly Crenll RIm It placed Into the nostrils spreads lover th wcmbrane and It absorbed Relief 111mI medtalfand a euro follows IUs not dryingdel 5not Jwuce sneezing Large size 60 cents atDrug gl vor by meal Trial Size 10 cents 4Y BROTHERS M Warren Street New York bay cordwood for the uilllyWlth careful instruction as to the quality of bodymaple and beech that hE should buy Think of a tenyearol boy ouying cordwood We wcx taught to carry it in but seldom did it let alone buy it When he was n little older his father said to him I want you to build a good brie house that will maKe us a home Here is the money The lad took the money employed an architect and built the house having no tronbl either with architect or contractor That said the narrator gin me a great deal of confidence The father went on providing business ex periences for this apt pupil Presently he began to allow him to loan money for him and Meanwhile say the sonI was saving a little money from whit I had earned myself I soon learned that I could get as rnuci interest for lOlonned at seven per centtho legal rate thenas I could earn by digging potatoes ten days The impression was gaining ground with me that it was a good thing to let the money be my slave and not to make myself 1a slave to mon ey These are peculiar lines for n Sundayschool talk but they are on the right lines and interesting and helpful to boys Ve believe if more of this kind of talk were given the boys arid less he11 tire the Sun day school classes of boys would be larger and more regular in attendance KlndncMH Be kind no matter if you are on the honest run to catch your Interests in life While you run let your lleetlng presence prove a blessing to those whom you must pass In the race to reach the goal Leave behind you n trail of golden remembrances of words and smiles of good cheer that have cost you nothing at all In self sacrifice or money or physical strength or mental effort Sensitive flAh he protested my love for you Is the greatest thing In the world It is larger than the world It Is wider than the sea Let me pour it into your earsSir ejaculated the fair maid do you mean to Insinuate anything about the size or shape of my ears A Great Composer It was a mistake to ask that man if he thought America would ever produce a great composer 1 am afraid you hurt his feelings- I dont see why responded the mu sical young woman lIe Is the inventor of a soothing sirup Washington Star f ItI ti II FOR SALE The Star Roller Mills Cloverport Ky Y The mill viflfa reputation of more than 25 years standing Mill has a capacitww 80 barrels of flour per day and by actual test has averaged 60 per ami patent flour of the highest grade Mill is equipped with the and latest The GOLDEN CROWNjvejtf best machinery throughout j pour made by this mill has a reputation all its own and a ready sale for1tv same This would be a fine investment for stock company I HApply to Oelze Si Company n Sole ownersCloverport Ky Victory TVnn Uxcluxlve When Queen Victoria visited any other subjects it was by no means a matter of bourse that people staying In the house should have the privilege of sitting down ut table with their august fellow visitor It was her majestys custom not only to take with her to the house where sho designed to lie tas the old phrase was for n night or two her own bed and bedding carriages horses and servants Including occa slonally her cook but also to confine herself at meals to the company of her own suit sometimes inviting her host and hostess to join her at luncheon or dinner The Fickle Fair Ones Engagements are entered into far more lightly and broken far more eas fly than used to be the case when a betrothal was as serious an affair as mar range Xow it Is not unusual for a girl to be engaged once or twice before she is married and people think none the worse of her Young girls ways are beginning to resemble those of nurse maids who walk out with a man but not always with a view to matrimony Lady Grevlllo in London Graphic New Years In Japan Most of the people you meet on the Japanese NewYearsday are carrying squashed salmon with a piece of paper tied round its waist by a paper string which holds a little gold paper kltei That kite means that the thing la a present and has not to be paid for Those who are not carrying crushed salmon or taking up the street in giv lug correct New Years salutations are playing battledoor and shuttlecock Rending and Thinking The things one merely reads about never stick Those on which one thinks become permanent acquisitions hence the man who is not afraid of thinking and who does not dread that cursed hour In the dark is ut a dis tinct advantage on every ground He pusses the time without being bored and he strengthens his mind To say this may no doubt sound slightly prig gish but it Is none the less true The man who can enjoy land make use of his own thoughts has a heritage which can never be alienated Even blindness for him loses some of its terrors London Spectator sloe Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known now to the medical fraternity Ca tarrah being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is ttajjren inter nally acting directly npp r the blood and mucous surfaces of thA system thereby destroying Xirae foundation for the disease and Riving the pa tient strength by irailding an the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Thftf proprietors have so much Ia h nits curative powers that they 0One Hundred Dollars for any cao ft fails to cure Send fo list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75o Take Halls Fam fly Pills for constipation UUrncll nntl Dlinmrck At n dinner given in London in 1801 by Baron Bruunow to the Grand Duko of SaxeWelmar Herr von Bismarck who was one of the guests bad a long conversation with Mr Disraeli then leader of the opposition He then said that he should shortly be obliged to undertake the direction of the Prus elan government that his first duty would be to reorganize the army that ho would then take the first best pre text to declare war against Austria to dissolve the Germanic diet to overpower the middle and smaller states and to give n national unity to Ger many under the leadership of Prussia I am come here he said to say this to the queens ministers Mr Disraelis remark on this extraordinary programme which was later literally fulfilled was Take care of that man He means what ho saysReml niscences of Lord Augustus Loftus The Names of Tea We talk glibly about Pekoe Bohea etc but few people have any idea of what these names signify Pekoe in the dialect of Canton means white hair for the tea which bears this name is made from the youngest of leaves so young that the white down is still on them Soochong in the same dialect is a quite unpoetic name it merely signifies small kind- F1oUrishiag spring lis the meaning of HysonCongo signifies labor Much trouble and toll are expended in its preparation at Amoy and these are commemorated in its name Bobea Is called after a range of kills no Was Awful One day while on a DomelTrrtion in the Alps Victor an old woman gathering brambles She inquired of the stranger whether It was true as she had heard that the 1was1 Would you see I The old woman declared that few sights would give her more pleasure i Well mother I am the king ji She stared at him for a moment andibroke Into a grin Get out with you Jester Do you think n nice woman like the queen would marry a chap like you with that hideous mug The king was not offended Perhaps the compliment to his wife mol lified him He gave the woman a piece of money with which he was al ways free and passed along Weather Marred the Dav Decoration Day services at several places In this county and in many sections of the country were marred hy rainy and cloudy weather An Alarm Clock for 25c It yoa want tq get up early and feel good all day take a Little Ea lRiser or tw time Th fa mouB little plllB r lax t nerves gIve quiet rest and ref log sleep with gentle moverjfg fof the bowelsIabout breakfast tinmW H Howell Houston Tex says II Early Risers are the best pill made for constipationii sick headache biliousness etc Sold by all druggists I I ExtraLowPrices On Halfthousand Lots of H Envelopes and Noteheads Until July the First- PRICESWRITE FOR QUICK 11f BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky r Jr 1 h S3SH aftr A witeto ff 9MMfeW So TiredF It may be from overwork but the chances are Its from an Inactive LIVER IWith a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of Jabor1 without fatigueLIt adds a hundro percent o ones earning capacity it can be kcptfi healthful action t ytJ TF Pills AKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 100 New 7o ginghailfy W T Tilford White calico 0 yardW T Til fordLima beansl4 per Ib Popham Bro 1White lead 0 lneper Ib Popham Bros Edward Harris went to Webster Sunday t New parasols Vnd umbrellasW T Tilford V Snow Drift 1 lW 8 13 I ots lbPop ham Bros X Ice cream 30cents quart at the English KitcheV Extra heavy oAlng gloves 10o Popham Bros- Carrara house paint The beat of all Popham Bros Fresh bread Viid cakes at th e English KitcherK All the latest Wles in nobby hats Miss ith l r G gory d Co have reduced the I I lyfce of coal to lOo bn W C Pierceall of Mayfield is the gnent of Father C ey New line goJ Hjnst InMIss Judith Miller tbfl Bber Mrs Walter lf Cannelton was the guest l V Monday Fashionable m gods just reI ceived Miss Jtl filler The English i IS still serving a good square n 1 at 25 cents Misd Mary Table lng of Tar Fork was in the city Thursday shopping f Dan Dnncau has a position with the J T PolK Company at Greenwood IndJune magazines are fall of long sweet stories Get one at J D Bab bages J M Cordrey left Saturday to spend several days at his home at Elizabethtown Mrand Mrs W R Relit and children wept to Cincinnati Thurs day to visit relatives DIst Snpt Bruner of the Kentucky Childrens Home was here from Thursday until Saturday Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt entertained number of friends at their home last Wednesday evening I I Mrs EWe Moorman of Evansville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L D Hambleton has returned home Mrs E J Berry and children left Thursday for several weeks visit to relatives iu southern Kentucky and nortlern Tennessee Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager were the guests of Sheriff and Mrs E G Bannon at Hawesvllle Sunday Mrs FwL Lightfoot and little daughter Jane spent Sunday In Hawesville with relatives Roscoe Severs returned Saturday to A Pikeville after spending a week with his parents Hon and Mrs D H SeversMr and Mrs Clarence Baker returned Saturday to Hawesviiln after a visit to Mr and Mrs Robt Mo Guvock When you com t5 town on circus dby you can quenoV your thirst and satiety your appytUe at the English Kitchen Iwill be in Wefet View June 23 and 4 witn Codywjphptograph gallery prepared to takewilJ fndH of pictures tI JA Brown l Sergt R C B rdJof Louisville washere last Wednesday the guest of friends whileeqrodte to St Louis where he will be a Jelferson Gu- ardIcONflNUE I Those who are gaining flesh and strength by regular treat I withScotts mulsion should oontlmie the treatment In hot weaJfier j smaller dose andallttltfoool milk with It will objectiondseasJh tetA 45 Pearl StfMt New Yob fee ud i ot tlQdrM r n BrosIPure leaf lard lj q per ib Popham l I Hand made hoe4 ndles 10cPop ham Bros v Nice line of iwash goodsW T Tilkrd Lime 85o perxtJLarge barrels Popham Bros I Uranatold tbJbest floor paint Popham Bros1 Bolted corn in MlSo pkg 70o bn Popham Droal IBats at redncVl prices late styles W T Tilfor JCX Best grannlatd sugar 18 Ibs fo 100Pophrimbs Low prices on vhiffon and mulle hatsW T TiloKl- We always MtrGfreeh butter andI eggs Popham Broa Nobby show OT hats at moderate prloesW T tjIIrd Nobby show chw hats at shortt prlcelJW T TiW You will be plesed with your shoes if you buy tnemflnom Popham Bros New white N na negligee shirts for men solidyCpkns and stripes W T Tilford Fred Pierce of Las Vegas N M was here Saturday the guest o his brother R B Pierce Mr and Mrs Ullie Tousey of Hen derson were the guests of his aunt Mrs Jane Hardin Sunday Mrs John Bunt came down fromt Louisville Sunday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer C A Crary of Huntington W Va wits the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Murray several days last week Remember weVjfrry a nice line o shoes Shoes thwt tit well look well weer well nnd tJreNprjne is all right Popham Bros I am prepared to entertain Worlds Fair visitors at No 382 a Windsor PlfyrtTSt Louis Will be pleased to jCe youFrank Haswell Ed Bacon who was in the city Sunday will return Thursday to spend a week with Jas B Fisher be fore starting on a tour of the world Misses Lavinia Clark and Annie Harbin and nieces of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wood Weatnerholtat Tobmsport Sun dayMiss A Louise Babbage went to Louisville today to visit Mr and Mrs D W Falrleitrh and attend the wed ding of Mr DnRelle Fairleign and Miss Estelle Sackett Henry Henniger the thirteenyear old son of Mrs Belle H nmger of West View had his left arm badly hurt Monday by the accidental dIe charge of a gun Amontation maybe necessaryMrs L Stader will leave next Monday for a visit of several months to her aunt Mrs Henry Richards at Helena Mont She will be accompanied as far as Evansville by nnr sister Mrs Chas Hall TRICKS OF THE BRAIN F Experience Which Physiological Theorle Fan to Kxplaln An uncle of mine with whom 1 was walking In a part of Yorkshire near Skipton where neither of us hud ever been before stopped suddenly to say When we turn that corner you will see on the right an Elizabethan hous partly surrounded by trees with a lake or large pond showing through them and In the middle of the water a little artificial island When we turned the corner we saw precisely what he lied described and yet he had never seen or heard or rend of the place The dual brain theory falls here since neither lobe of the brain had received an Impression of the place before we turned the corner Joan Jacques Rousseau In his Con fesslons says he foresaw In a revert while taking a solitary walk all the Incidents of the happiest day of his life as they occurred eight years later- I saw myself as In an ecstasy transported Into that happy time andl occasion where my heart possessing all the happiness possible enjoyed it with Inexpressible raptures withou- thinking of anything sensual I do no remember being ever thrown Into the future with more force or an illusion 110 complete as that which I then experienced What struck me most iIn the recollection of that reverie now that It has been realized is to have found objects so exactly as I had pic tured them If ever the dream of a man awake had the air of a prophetic vision that was assuredlyI such It Is I think noteworthy that In niljI clairvoyant cases of this kind the body Is through overwork or ill health or fasting or copgeultnlly In the subduedt state to which the Indian mystic andI miracle monger reduces his own by maceration It was so with Scott andl Rousseau and with William honeI when he had tho following experience recorded In his memoir When worn out with overwork he was shown Into a certain room In a certain part of London where he bad never been be foreOn looking around everything appeared perfectly familiar to me II deemed to recognize every object II said to myself What is this I was never here before and yet I have seen all this and If so there Is a very pe culiar knot In the shutter I openedL tho shutter and found the knot Now then I thought here is something I cannot explain on my principles there must be some power beyond matter And from being a pronounced materialist he became a believer In spirits and Indeed eventually ttuprofoundlj religiousl BouLT PTLondon Weekly lR L Newsoms COLUMN One Piano Harvester with self BInder In good running order Call for a ba- rgnlnR L Newsom I Ntw my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tiou will 1e very great to Invest it In some of the bargains offered youraround and showing you the city property No 2 Lot and house Oak and Main 2000 No 4 Lot and house Oglesby AVenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Eustlund SO- No 01 Lot and house Oak street 800 No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street roo No P Lot und house Third und Center roo No 10 Lot and house Hurdlns Creek 500 No n Lot First street WO No 12 Lot and house Short Line It It 900 No 13 Lot und house Oak street 3Jio- No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Toll Rule house 300 Noo Lot und house Hlvur street 300 No 17 Lot und house HI ver street 300 No If Lot and house Wall street SOO No 10 Lot and house Oak street 27- 1No20 Lot and house Eustlund No 21 Lot und house Eustland s0 No 22 Lot und house Center street 300 No23 Lot wall street 20 No4 Lot Wall street 22U 200fNo 27 Lot Iud house Center street 175 No 2S Lot and house Center street li5 IKNoSONo 31 Loh Ed Pace Fifth street lO- No a Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 7J No 33 Lot on Short Line It U 100 No34 lot near Sam Dean i5 No 35 Lot near Mury Dean 7E No fats lots 121 Crater street 15- CNo37 Four ucres Bishop 11111 25 rio 38 Lot Ilucre und Section House 17- ENo 30 Iot Oak street near Sanders lO- No 40 Lot und house Third street SM No 41 Farm ftl ures und house 800 No 42 Farm 100 arcs and house X- XNo 43 Farm 52 array on Pike 300 44 Faun 3acres und house on pike 200 fNo 45 Wootlland C5 acres 27S No 40 Woodlnnd TOurres 300 No IT Woodland l 2 IIrut 400 No 4ii woodland 72 acres 375 No4P Three buildingI lots Elm street 31K No50 Onoacreundstoneiuurryonplke 2i ORDER BY NUMBER I also have nn Austin Stone Crusher with 12horso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose of onv reasonable terms Good elewftor attached and all suitable fppliance8 for- making goodads Can crush- stone as fast artwo men can feed it und cnn set to crush it into dust Eno power sufficient to run a sa1 mill COlD 0 R L Newsom if you Want eels Mortgages Agree men and other writings done up literaryfor1 fo any legal tribunnlIlo also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatlyreduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reducedrates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Ten days tickets to be sold daily commencing April 25 limited 10 days from 035eCoach Excursions to the Worlds Fair will he run nn each Tuesday and Thursday commencing Tuesday May 17 and continneing ttiragh until Thursday June 30 Fare 08J limit 7 days including date of sale no hand baggage checked 1125 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return Sunday May 15 on trains leaving Cloverport GU7 a m and U4G II m good returning all trains same date Sunday Excursion Rates Season 1904 Until farther notice tickets will oe sold on Sunday between Cloverport and all local points at one tore for round trip mi inimnin 25 cents except ontHendersontand Evansville which will be one fare plus 25 cents for round trip General Association of Kentucky Baptists Campbellsville Ky June 13 18 1004For this occasion rate of 503 for round trip Cloverport to Campbellsville Ky and return will be made on June 13 and 14 good returning June 101904 Yelping Him Out Mrs Hoyt wife of Charles Hoyt the playwright added much to the enjoy ment of a Lambs club banquet In Chi cago by her sharp and witty tongue always ready for a home thrust Mr Hoyt was second on the list of speakers and was badly frightened He concluded that he would plunge quickly into his speech when called upon and with this idea he arose briskly when announced Bud started In Ladles and gentlemen I feel honored Im sure by this request of the toastmaster but It Is so unexpected I really hud no time to prepareaI really had no time tq pre pare a And ho stopped Every ono felt sorry for him but Mrs Ho t Beem ed In no way disturbed When she no aced his predicament sbetfurned Co ward him suddenly and called out Why Charley you did It perfectly this mornlngl Mr and Mrs E L Wheeler of lwaigrillelaarp i8 igtMraEt1lal x j M Fitch iiiiiii + i WantSW Advertisements Inserted under this head ut one cent u word per week roc SALE R Ito Presses und Cutting machines U ono lot ot good iiiunclry machines A1 y new und serond hand Gus und Gasoline Efclnes MAItTIN OAJttE 510 3rd Street LRulsvllle Ky pOU SAKEHarred Plymouth stock Eggs 1 Kupnteed pure bred stock Eggs 4100 per 15 Cftn fill all orders Send me an order will please you Address Sirs L T Cy Kkron Kv KOUSLE FOIL SA OneMy Eagle measures Fur1 from tip loJ All rlKhti every way TabelingTarVANTEDAGENT WANTED Several Iiersons of character and Rood rO taut oft h each state one in thlsceunty reI rl I to represent and advertise old lstlti ed wealthy business house ot solid II nun l standingnbdry121 I payable1nollire Horse- necessary and a rr o furnished when iteferet es Enclose selfud dressed envelope Colonial Co 334 Deur bon IItrect Chicago L II lie ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast TraIn leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West 1olut only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dully Mull und Express leaves Clo verport III jt A M stops ut all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 P M No 44 Dully Mull and Express leaves Clo verport 4431Si stops ut nil waystations cx cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P M WEST HOUND ExpressIeavesCloveraorttoOOA31 vlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 718 P M stops only at lluwosvllle Lewlsport Powers SpottsvllleBasketsNo 43 EvnnsTlllo Mall und Express leaves Olovcrjxirt 735 PM Stops at all way stu tlons Arrives lit KvunsvlllelO30P M No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport l040yI M1 arrives Evansville 120 A MSt I uls720A II sirfs ut Huwesvllle Owonsturo and llcndc II only IIl1l1ylel1vstrlOrstutlons Arrl at Evansville 100 a m Keturinni I us Evansvlllo at 530 p m arrives tC erport S30p m Trains l s 41 42411 and 44 make connec tion at wviiiRton for Korclsvllle every day except S days Trains 4ll 43 und 44 make con Qectyi m Sunday for Kordsvllle train TJmmiili roaches on trains 41 44 45 and 48 PuIor tars on trains 41 42 43 und 44 TJjrouKh sleepers on trains 45 und 41 Free rdcllnln cliulrrurs between Louisville und Lt Louis on trains 45 und 41 ti JON S CULLEY I mmBRICK CONTRACTOR I Louisville Ky ft COLLECTIVE NAMES Old EnjclUh Term For Group of Iernonii and Animal In n book on British sports written In the eighteenth century Joseph Strutt gives the old English terms for groups of varIous beasts as follows When beasts went together In companies there was said to be a pride of lions n lepe of leopards a herd of harts of bucks and of all sorts of deer a bevy of roes a sloth of boars a sounder of wild swine a drift of tame swine a route of wolves n harras of horses a rag of colts a stud of mares a pace of asses a bares of mules a team of oxen a drove qf kine a flock of sheep a tribe of goats a skulk of foxes h cote of badgers a richness of martins a fesynes of ferrets a huske or a down of hares a nest of rabbits a clowder of cats and a kyndall of young cats a shrewdness of apes and a labor of moles Similar terms were applied to gather ings of human beings Strutt gives them as follows A state of princes a skulk of thieves an observance of hermits a 1lying of pardoners a sub tlltio of sergeants an untruth of somp nets a multiplying of husbands a snfguard of porters n stalk of forest ers a blast of hunters a draft of but lets a temperance of cooks a melody of harpers a poverty of pipers n druukenshlp of cobblers a disguising of taylors n wandering of tinkers a milpertncss of pedlars a fighting of beggars n rayftil that Is a netfulof kiiavcs a blush of boys a bevy of Indies a nonnatlenco of wives a gagle of women a gagle of geese In the old days the word leash was applied to three greyhounds while two were a brace On the other hand two spaniels or harriers were called n couple A number of hounds went under the term of a mute of hounds while It was correct to speak of a kennel of raches a litter of whelps and a cowardice of curs WHY THEY ARE POOR Their Ideas are larger than their pursesThey are easy dupes of schemers and promoters They reverse the maxim Duty before pleasure They have too many and too expen sive amusements They do not think It worth while to lavo nickels and dimes They have risked a competence In trying to get rich quickly They allow friends to Impose upon their good naturo and generosity They try to do what others expect of them not what they can afford They preferto Incur debt rather than to do work which they consider beneath them they think It will be time enough to begin to save for a rainy gay when the rainy day comes They risk all their eggs In one basket when they are not In a position to watch or control ItSuccess Mrs Ella Gregory and little daugh twr Dorothey returned Saturday to Brandenburg DAY There is one shoe to be considered it comes to question of FIT That Shoe is the QUEEN 1 Its perfect fit means an increased factory cost of many hundreds of dollars a week but it costs the wearernothing extra QUEEN QUALITY are totally differ ent in construction from any other shoes QUEEN QUALITY grasps the foot at the instep and holds it right there The toes are never crowded the heel is never pinched WALKING IS A J- OYJc1OLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY tf LINE GE Ky A For 20 GOLD been used bakers and hasnt yet With such a record of time quality and purity bask of DUST you take chances in buying a barrel or sack today Get It from your grocer C dick Milling Co S GRANDVIEW IND tNtHlNN tiNlNNNM lJrowlnlt popularIty ot the Great outhwest the continual Inc case The vel to section especially on the third Tuesdays of each month InIIHomeseeUert Roundtrip Colonist Way reduced rates dates the Frisco System to to its already complete trllln equipment TOURIST SLEEPING CARS of latest pattern In Train No 5 leaving St Louis 835 p m commencing December It 11103 cacti and third rucsdllY following until furtht r notice Returning Tourist Sleeper arrive St Louis followlnp Monday In Train No 6 scheduled to arrive Union Station 720u m connecting with all lines Diverging Schedule rates per double hertIt1 below SOUTH R BERTH RATE NORTH LobsFrlsco amStp 433 n mAr SrlnltfieldflOO Ar am lOt Ar 1040 p m 800 a m ArjMonett Lv 1220 nn410p m Arfurls 200 200 TexldidAr 1160 am420pm I Lr Iarls Lv 850 ura907 Ar Ennis 250 1010 pm pmX LT Knnls 25011 TAr 545 am am Ar Houston 300 Dv 910 p- mt Returning Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First Third Saturdays pm For reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative of IIscoSystem or district representative as follows I 1C M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR I A EYan- SlilletNNNyNsssM s GoIng to Worlds Fair at ST LOUIS 7777 USE TfE- HENDERSON = ROUTET- HE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BE YOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars I Official Route For Kentuckians to ST LOUIS Ask for Rates L IRWIN General Pa enger Agent GARRET Tray iig Passenger Agent Louisville LoalsylllePMonday on business WORTH SIOO only when QUALITY Shoes Yescr- sCADICKS DUST FLOUR has by disappointed CADICKS GOLD FLOUR no own ec titlt and that first and and One add and first will and 835 SystemAr 750 1205 010 and 910 TI the J I VG BABBAGE Attornev atLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many joins experience in set tlinges testAll collections rons abjdf Xlovcrporl Kentu- ckyStylish spring clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabruy Clothes made by mode nethods Fit guar anteed r Moderate prices Expel Hors employed- J H HUNSCHE asper May A Co Cannelton led UclitniiiK HuiiNtcil Duck An extraordinary effect of Jlghtnlng Is reported train Luke Qrundllou In the Nantes region A violent tempest burst over the lake with vivid light fling and thunder A number of boats wore on the lake and while they wero hurrying to bank there was a tremen dous peal of thunder Almost Immediately there fell among the boats the dead bodies of a large flock of wild ducks some of them roasted to a nice ty and some charred to a cinder Rdast duck cooked by lightning reads like a novelty even In the freaks oC meteorology If It could only be adapt ed to tho quick lunch system I Didnt Want the Family He had at last summoned up suffi- cIent courage to ask papa when to his astonishment tho blustering parent demanded Aro you capable of supporting a family sir1 No sir he replied with great firm ness My father tackled that job and has had his wifes family on hla hands ever since I only want your daughter fsfrj not the tamUyI fr M Mi The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 1 1004 KENTUCKYS BIG DAY The Kentucky Commission for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition has decided to postpone Kentucky Day from Juno 2 to Jane 15 and active preparations to make the day one memorable in the history of the St Louis Worlds Fair are now on No printed invitations are to be sent into Kentucky Every Kentuckian Irom nu matter what walk of life is cordial ly invited to be present The Kentucky Press Association will hold its annual meeting on Kentucky Day at the Kentucky Building on the Exposi tion grounds This organization will meet first in Louisville on June 13 leaving tnat night for the Worlds Fair City on a special train furnished by the Henderson Route On Tues day which is June 14 the editors will do a little sight seeing and in the afternoon be entertained at the Womans Magazine Building outside the grounds On that night they will see The Pike SWhile the program for Kentucky Day is not complete enough is Known to announce that it will be full of iu teresting events The Kentucky j Building is to wear a gala attire ondI brass bana music from tne outside a string orchestra from the inside will give to the New Kentucky Home an attractive tone The editors will hold an informal session at 10 oclock in the morning followed by a tour of the grounds on automo biles and on the Intramural System winding up at one oclock with a lun cheon probably at the east pavilion which is being conducted by Mrs Rorer the famous cookbook woman At two oclock the regular Kentucky Day exercises will begin in Festival Hall consisting ofaddresses by promi nent Kentuckrins and exKentuok ians After the ceremonies a recital on the big pipe organ will take place At night in the Kentucky Building there will be n reception from 8 to 11 oclocs The invited ins elude the Expositions social list the Kentucky Society of St Louis And the delegates to the National TP A Convention On Thursday morning the Kentucky Commission will hold a business session and on Thursday evening the KentucKY society ot St Louis will entertain in the Kentucky Building in honor of the commission OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is sold on yourbloodter out waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work cess of uric acid In blood to neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart gs overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begIn ning In kidney trouble 1 If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most dlstressl cases and tfs merits fiftYIcentes You jay have a the rheUjmahsm the due and sample Mule by mall name or swunpRoot free aly pamphlet telling you how to find out If y6u have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 1at Cft Binghamton N1 Dnt make any mistake but rememher the pnrnu Swamp Itoot Dr Kilmer s Swamp R ut und the address ItlnRlmmton N on every bottle Do Animal Dream Mnch research and investigation war rant the assertion that man is not the only annual subject to dreams Horses neigh and rear upon their hind feet while fast asleep dogs bark and growl and In many other ways exhibit all their characteristic passions It Is highly probable that at such times the remembrance of the chase or of a com bat Is passing through the dogs minds Resides the above signs of fleeting pain anger and excitement these no ble creatures often manifest signs of kindness playfulness and of almost every other passion Ruminant ani mals such as the cheep and the cow are believed to be lless affected with dreams than those of higher passions which spend their waking hours In scenes of greater excitement Philosophers and Investigators tell us that it we trace the dream faculty still lower In the scale of animal life we shall probably find that the same phenomena exist and Judging from analogy It Is only reasonable to reck on dreaming as one of the universal laws almost as universal as sleep itself all Americas Europes Greatest Performers The Great Martell Family The Very Greatest Bicyclists in nil tho World The Great Gnrciuetti Family 8 iu number Marvelous Acrobats who have startled all Europe The SllvertoiisTlght Wire Walkers The Brothers Raschetta Europe Greatest Barrel Junipers Miss Effie Dutton Indisputably the Most Astonishing Bareback Equestrian on Earth Miss Rose Dockrlll The Queen of the Circus The Most Graceful in Arenic Circles Miss Kitty Krugcr Especially selected from the Most Renowned Riders of Europe Miss Blanche hillard A RidingExcitesWildly Applauded SATURDAY THE COSSACKS A Favorite Camp Story Through Which General Are CrJtlclacil Unlike other Russian soldiers the Cossacks are very intelligent In mill tary mutters and do not hesitate to criticise their generals freely among themselves They have bitter tongues and n genius for satire There is a favorite story which has been told In Cossack camps for generations It is handed down from father to son tho names being changed to fit the lUlU tary commanders of the day Freely translated it runs something like this The war god of Russia was asleep in heaven one day when he was awak ened by the confused clamor of two hosts in battle on the earth beneath He shouted to the Angel Gabriel Look out and see what my Cos sacks are doing They are fighting the Turks and Prince Potemklu is leading them Oh thats all right said the war god Hes a good man So the deity went asleep again only to be awakened by another turmoil Whats that he asked sleepily They are fighting the Turks again under Suwarow ties a fine fellow Theyll do all rightAnd so the story goes on Intermina bly around the campfire each man adding the name of his favorite com mander until at last one of them makes the Angel Gabriel mention the name ofl some general who happens to be regarded by the Cossacks as a duf fer Then the next man makes the war god reply in accents of great alarmOh my beloved Cossacks They must be perishing under that man It is time I Interfered Hasten GabrielI and bring me my long boots for I must go down at once and save them Lion sign In EiiKliinil In the middle ages the country houses of the nobility In England when the owners were absent were used as hos tels for travelers The family arms always hung in front nf the house and gave it a popular name among travel ers who called a lion gules or azure simply red or blue As these were Intimations of good cheer and enter tainment Innkeepers adopted the idea Lions have always been and are now very favorite signs In England lions white black red brown golden yellow red being the most common Probably the Red Lion originated with the batlge of John of Gaunt duke of Lancaster who married the daugh ter of Don Pedro king of Leon und Castile and who adopted the lion ram pant gules of Leon to represent his claim to the throne Under Richard and John lions became the settled arms of England and were generally used by those who could find any claim I i i TRIALS OF DIPLOMATS They Were Mnny Inihc Early Dayc of Americas ylUtory There exists a popular tendency to overrate the delights and to underrate the hardships of the diplomatic life but however much opinions may tilt tel on this point there can be no doubt that the office of an American diplomatist In the days of the Revolution was no holiday pastime If he was not already in Europe his Journey to his post was beset with perils graver than those of the elements In the eyes of the British law American revolutionists were simply rebels the reprobation of whoso con duct was likely to be proportionate to their prominence and activity and the I seas were scoured by British cruisers the dreaded embodiment of Englands maritime supremacy Deano went abroad secretly before Independence was declared but when his presence in France became known the British government asked that he be seized and delivered up Into Its custody Frank lin sailed for France on a small vessel of war belonging to congress called the Reprisal On the way over she took two prizes and more than once on descrying a suspicious sail cleared for action Had she been captured by the British Franklin would have had an opportunity to test the truth of his remark to his associates in congress that they must either hang together or hang separately John Adams on his first Journey took passage on an Amer- Ican vessel on his second he embark ed on the French frigate Sensible and landed at Ferrol in Spain Jay com mitted his fate to the American man ofwar Confederacy and like Adams and Franklin reached his destination Harpers Magazine 3 Rings fmile Track of Featu s 100 Acts 1 Clowns Hurricane 10000 Seats Camels Cure Blood and Skin Diseases itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic 131ood Balm at our ex pense A personal trial of Blood Balm is totter than a thousand print ed testimonials so dont hesitate to write for a free sample If you suitor 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eltt- In 1Brandenburg Monday = Will onnningham and Carl Ed mounds returned trom the South last weekAMiss tine Owings and sister Mrs Hobert Smith were In Brnndonbnrg last week r Clarence Suell of Louisville was 1 the guest of his uncle Wm j Sunday h Rev of Louisville will of at the Baptist church the first I If st Sunday in June pt Miss Laura Etherton left last Sun el day for Louisville to visit her sister f ti Mrs Madison Lestert ml Misses Ella Still and Louella Chism attended the Odd Fellows Decoration al at Pleasant Ridge Ind Sunday t wcMreLnvelle Edmonnds and baby of mF Little Bend spent the t nt wguestRiley + ill Mrs Win Cunningham and babyryry ryclwere in Paynesville last Saturday the pI guests of Miss Annie OBryan and in 100therii al rc than Territory came x t with hIS sister who is very ow with hat consumption j th The Misses of Detroit ili th Michigan who have been visiting I wJ their uncle D Campbell returnedr w fshome cof- Ir ahefrom Brandenbnrg last to on spend a few days with his sister re wt turning on Fridays boat k r t oil I In gl lOc magazines for 5ets sehe ph Below is n listeve offer at 5 cents their reg 111t blear prices are from tine to twentyfive cents Good reading in every one of them They wontthWI stay with us long at five cents each quick and get the ones you want before they leave on us Add 5 cents for postage if orded by mail reIC drI Munsey Everybodys Vim Outing Criterion Weekly Puck L H Journalgo World flcClures Delineator T Homewipoi JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport S Ky w8 wa wa 1nE alI Corning in its Gorgeous Grandeur I t t SELLS I DOWNS UNITED SHOWS 2 Stages H Scores Original Phenomenal 25 2 Races l00QpO flenagerie and Elephants II AMIICLOVERPORT CREEK The Pontiac Zouaves The Finest Drilled inthe World Thomas EthertonaiStephenson preach Wednesday pryljr Campbell Wednesday Come Collier Ladies Capt Winstons Trained Seals and Sea Lions Polar Sea MarvelsII William Rollands Royal Rushing t 35 Horse Tandem HurdlejRacce Without doubt the greatest arenic horse trainer and sidesaddle expert whoso genius originality grace and ad mirable skill are the admiration of tho most noted horsemen Daring 35 Horse Tandem Hurdle Race around the big hippodrome racing track in which magnificent display one thoroughbred is ridden and 3i others reined in the lead and driven at a breakneck speed jumping high hurdles as they fly paesentingat once one of the most daring finished and graceful feats of equestrianism over witnessed And 100 Other ActsFail v CHEAP EXCURSION RATES it- ON t 1 ALL LINES OF TRAVEL JUNE 11th G r y The Breckenridge News f WEDNESDAY June 1 1004 1 A WOMANS EXPERI ENCE AT THE FAIRm theEditor of the PostDispatch Stirred by your magazine and edito r lals my three children and myself had been staving for some time for opening day at the great Fair If jro u have ever been poor you can ap predate what this means We went early so as not to get in the jam on the street cur and took our lunch AlongWe spent the first part of the day Am ong the school exhibits whicn are wonderful and went to hear the speaking at the statue On a base near was a big camera ajd people were on every ornament or elevation nearby but when one of the children climbed on the edge of a photograph place a hard visaged dissipated looking Jefferson Guard about 45 years old used very coarse language and ru dely pushed the child off We all got thirsty but could not Und any place free except the lagoon and we saw people spitting and throwing things into it In front of i I the cascades we found a pay booth r where men women and children were fighting to be waited on We con Idnt really afford it but the children were suffering and the day only half over so after a long time we got near enough to bee a man and two women serving milkred and clear soda water warm as dishwater in unwashed and often unemptied glasses but it looked wet and it seemed that or perish so we bravely held our places and called for soda water A woman cf apoplectic com pie xion poured it into glasses with M alf an inch of milk in them and the other two were only filled up on what other people had gagged at and one of them was red soda Did I read aright when I read that the W C T U were to sell the temperance drinksIs one surprised that the men go to the beer places As could be expected especially with children we had to hunt a toilet out when we got there the way was blocked by a person with a big pocketbook who told us it would 4cost 5 cents each I asked if there was any free place anywnere and was curtly told Im tired of answer ing that question were not running a benevolent institution While I Five cut from Lion Coffee and 3 cent you j the reg free f one vote in l f J e Keep them in the house LJ II one when you feel bil rS JT 1 STakeor dizzy They act dl 0 rectly on the liver fir your or beard g U C I G Beautiful brOWn Or richblack Use rinrcrsor uooimo L Muu co lIAanuiJMi was nervously counting the nioklea in my purse wondering if we would to waist home I told the attend ant that in nil common decency suet places should be provided without charge and was told to pay or move on as I was blocking the way Two of the children got sick and we wilked another hour and the only seats to he found were at the Sauna band stand and they were 10 cents each In desperation we sat aown on the ground on a place it is hoped will some be a lawnthe only place where we wouldnt be trampled on and sent one child to wet my handkerchief in the lagoon I took the heads of two sick ones in my lap but hardly had I started to bathe their throbbing little temples when a mar with colored specs civilian dress and badge with employe on it said Youll have to get out of there gel off the grass I said that the children were sick but he simply insisted that we get off the grass which we did though amidst tears Mr Editor wont you please try tc get this condition of affairs changedT We are paying so much more to live now that the gate fee is the smallest part of it If we poor people are do InK the paying should we not get some of the advantages in an educational way for our children t- Mother That Throbbjng Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands Qt sufferers have proved their r matchless jmeht for sick and Ner ous Headaches They make pure blooo and health Only 25 centsTmoney back if not cured Sold by Shoat Haynes Druggists Big Towboat The boilers of the towboat Fred Wilson exploded at Riverview park Louisville at 3 20 oclock last Thursday morning killing ten men and injuring sixteen The boat was a complete wreck The explosion awak ed people from their beds all over Louisville and New Albany so ter rifle was its detonation Bodies were blown into the air 100 feet and the wreck of the steamer strewed the bank of the Ohio for 200 ypjds Most of those killed were from Pittsburg r a e attendance at t Worldi Fair At Chicago July 4 283273 correct estimates received In Woolson SPIce Com panys on or before June 3QthJ9ai we to nearest correct secocd to etc as follows ie I 1 Fuse Prise 1 Second Prize 2 PrlselOOOOO each ii o Priiei 20000 jrf 10000 Prlsei 2000 M 200000 1800 Prizes 600 f1 2139 PRIZES The Dremi of Hindoo Women There has been 110 change In Indian womens driss fur 4nuo years All wear the sari a single piece of stuff n yard a wide ten twenty thirty yards long It Is arranged the body and forms skirt garment veil first plotted tho In ac cordion folds In wound round and round and the richest end if broidered or with finally brought over the head It nay of simple cotton cloth of silk plain In woven with golden threads solid with embroider strung with pearls of Ulncob the royal cloth of good Sonic cost thousands of rupees No pin hook button or string the gar ment Ia formed oil the architecture of tile body nod takes Its expression and nobility from perfect harmony with the lines of tho human form Indian of or class have Jewels everywhere have sleeping gems and day genus as we have day und night shirts Every bodys The England won her supremacy on the seas with her ships of British a wood Is renowned for strength and durability When the Spanish ar made set sail for England com mander hod express orders from the king of Spain to burn or otherwise every in the forest of Dean then the great of shipbuilding supplies But blunt old Drake prophesied Philips beard was singed Instead Nelson declared that heart of oak the British navy empire would soon come to tin end Is beautiful at seasons Prom the time it opens delicate green buds In and emerging flume Upped with bronze or crimson until come again an acorn bearing is most artistic and the ruddy hue of tile tree in autumn combines in na tures color scheme Very Stage Manager I think a trifle too to play Romeo Heavy Tragedian Why my good man I could play the part of an Infant firms has no limitations sir New York Times- Physicians are constantly Ing popular pastime or mode attire that health But the average of human about the same Washington Star t Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will r make of our patrons rich men and women can send in as many estimates as desired There will be t TWO CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote ForPresident to becast Nov 8 1904 4000000 will be distributed in each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give Grand First Prize of 5 000 00to the one who and thus is nearest your estimates correct have both two opportunities winnlngabig cash LionHeads Packages stamp entitle in addition to 1ular premiums to either contest Jt moustache KIN HAMS DYE have day buildjnpyotir Explosion GREAT prizeI WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will bo the total July 4th the StLouU 1893 the attendance watt l For nearest office Toledo Ohio will give drat prize for the estimate prize the next nearest etc S J2BOOOO 100000 lti 100000 100000 10 Prliei JT 20 Prise eooo jr 100000 00 100000 aao Prizes 1000 900000 TOTAL S200000O and quarter pn with hand front em woven gold be de sign or Its And women whether high low Onk oak that its destroy oak source as Admiral without and The oak nil Its close pressed their resin ous overcoat they spray well Vematlle you are steut In Art discover sonic of Injures life to good some You on a 100000 remains Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es- timatelsrecorded aPRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What nlllbe the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined at the election November 8 1904 la 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received In Wool Ion Spice CO1office Toledo 0 on qr before Nov S 1901 we will irlve first nearest cor rect estimate second prlzo tatho next nearest etc etc as follows 1 Fir Prile J2600OO 1 Second Prize 100000 2 Price soooOO each 100000 6lrlle 20000 100000 10 Prliei 10000 100000 20 Prizes QOOO 100000OO Prizes 2000 lOOOOO- 2BO Priiei 1000 200000 1800 Prizes 1500I 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO IA219PRIZES4279 I i Dlstrlbutid 4 tU7ubliiagtricatln S4600000 ln aridltlin to whlchwi shall rigs 6000 f ia IraiarV llaftsI sits ariiiiilars to LION COFFEE cans making a grand total of 6100000 COMPL E DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE O- FCOFFEEt ION y WOOLION SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO h s i orrrrr srrrrrrrraKri i The Woman who lets s Herself Grow Heedless of her Looks nr Habits The keepingrAppliances and the Means r for Keeping Fresh and r Young ttIAAAAAAAAAAitAA AAA 1YrrrQr KrrrrrrrKlrrrfrrP PPPrrlQrrrrrrrlI The BackNutnber rHRRICKIBY CHRISTINE TERHUNB Copyright 1BOJ by Christine Torhuno Herrick 1t1AAitif A AO RAitiCAilililililitAQAitilAA AAi1RA AArf Anil AAAAAi Sometimes the back number Is n man Generally it Is a woman I am not going to try to explain why tins in the case There may be n variety of reasons The Mrat one that presents Itself to me is that women lend too much of a shutin lire and do not have enough outside interests to occu pythemWhen a woman has little children it is natural and proper that she should be a great deal at nome Her duties keep her there But oddly en ough that is not usually the tune she Is a back number Lnless sne is of a hopelessly vegetable type she is interested in her baoies and in oilier woo men a babies She is keen to learn new things about housekeeping and home conveniences and she wants to dress as well as circumstances wil permit and to have her friends come in and see her und the newest Baby She probably takes at least one wo mens paper and reads it diligently anti pernaps sends an occasional con tribution to the housekeepers column As her children grow a little older am begin going to school she reads np on new educational methods and is proud and happy that her boy and girl are to have this and that advantage When the children grow older an d- I theI girl goes nay to frchol or come home afterwards and whtn the bo I I goto into collegajjt iutaJlUaluesJJjh9 is deeply interested in all that con cerns ihetn their dress their pur suits und their friends Up to this stage she is certain not a back number We have seen her Before and after she lifts crossed thi deftl UUAand oven if we do not understand why the change comes wo are quIcK to recognize its effects In the first piece time women rows careless about her dress She is not untidy but slit does not talu a healthful interest in the fashions She looks what I hoard one woaiai- Mil dont cnroish That describa tier very well She doesnt care about tier dross so long as it is clean and whole She doesnt care about cine dons of public interest She doesn read the papers She knows nothing f what is going on in thQ great world She Is inclined to be a little j Officers of Clover Blossoms The Clover Blossoms the juvenile missionary society of the M E church Sonrn now has about twen tysix members and is working in Korea The net officers are Eva Plank president Edith Plank vice I president Pauline Moorman second vicepresident Margaret Moorman recording secretary Harold Murray assistant recording secretary Mar garet Burn corresponding secretary j Edith Burn treasurer Lucy Adams land Virgil Bftbbage agents for little workers Mildred Babbajje organist I ChamberlSns Stomach and Liver Tablets area ust wig you need when you have njapp tftttjjiwl dull after eating and wake up with bad taste in your mo h They w l improve your appetlt cleanse nd invigor I ate your stowao give you a relish for your food For sale by Short Haynes Megiddo Goes to Bottom Paducab Ky May 25The steamer Chattanooga plying between Pa ducah and Chattanooga owned by the Chattanooga Steamboat Company struck a rock at Great Chain eighteen n lies above Paducab in the Tenn essee river last night and broke in two The bow nettled in twenty feet of water and tha boat is a total loss The Chattanooga was formerly named Megiddo and was owned by a gospel band which sold out here and Wet to New York The boat was repaired and placed in the Tennessee river Lesson for Small Boy While fishing one day last week al tiThe Rocks above town Norman Gregory went down in twenty feet 01 water and narrowly escaped drown peevish or querulous possibly feels that she is not cf much use heII Although most women do not ognize the fact the time when they begin to be back numbers is long be fore they get there The disease i114 one of slow growth It shows itselt first when the mother ceases to throw herself into the pursuits of her child reu and takes it for granted that since they have their friends she is not needed When she leaves the room in the evening because Bessie or Mary is expecting callers when she does not share in her daughters inter est in their new frocks or new com panions when she fails to join in her sons enthusiasm over base ball or footI hull and to listen with keen interest to what this fellow said or that fellow did when she comes to the point that she can no longer be a girl with her girls or n boy with her boys she is well on the way to a con firmed case of back nuuiberltis Her condition demands heroic treat ment and her children rarely darE apply itor perhaps It does not occur I to them It is an exceptionally clear sighted ton or daughter who does not accept the mother as she is without making an effort to change her Even when the effort does come from the daughter the mother doe not always respond kindly to it For one of the symptoms of back num bentis iis resentment of criticism And it must be owned that the ex perience is not one of unmixed grati fication We all ol us like to be well thought of And for a mother who has thought pretty well of herself lot yearseven it she has not owned it to be called to order by her young daughter for a lault in pronunciation or m grammar or for the cut of her skirt or the sort of stock she wears ot the old fashioned war in which she does her hair is not the pleasantest experience one could select if one were searching for pleasant experi encesYet such medicine is good for the soul It is part of the heroic treat ment that is to save one from be coming a back number As soon atone reaches the point where criticism is resented and ignored growth and improvement are practically at at1 end = c The other day I saw one woman who declines such physic She Is perhaps sixty years old and has IE nor the possibility of being an attractive woman Her figure is somo what inclined to redundant but this seine fleshiness does away with wrinkles and her face ig as smooth and rosy as that of a child Httr hair which is still plentiful she wears in flowing curls because she wore them like that when she first met her husband ome forty odd years ago This gives her n rather singular acpoaranoe in this day of more conventional coiffures and her dress does not make ner look leas odd For one thing she indulges in shirt waists and this is an article of attire that the middle aged woman should deny herself if she is stout He waded out only a short desling down11nrather small boys with him pulled him lout with a fishing rod This accident ShOUld put an end to the practice on the tart of the many small boys who fish at this dangerous point on the river A number of persons have been drowned here on account of the sudden and deep step otls Communion Services Sunday On next Sunday morning a class of about twentyfive boys and girls will receive their first communion at St Roses Catholic church Since Mon lay 01 last week Father Brey has been preparing the young poople for the service by Laving two classes a day During the latter pact of May other Brey administered the first lomuinuion to a class of seventeen at the Immaculate Coonception church at Hawesville Wont of All Experences Can anything be worse than to feel hat every minute will be your last Inch was the experience ft Mrs S H fewson Dectnra Ala For three years she writes en oredln Bufferablw pain fronJmligestion stomach and bowel fonble Death seemed InovlimljJnn doctors and nil remedies fUrfaT At length I was induced to ifff Electric Bitters and the rnsult was miraculous I improv ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stom lob and Bowel troubles Electric Bit tern is the only medicine Only 50a Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Rend our now 25pOQ contes on another page rrrrrrrrrrrratrrKrrK Author of Cradle and NurseryuFrst Aid S to the Young House jj keeper Housekeep J xIngMadeEEasy to Eatuln City Tents Etc J RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA O Her corset was deoidoaly not of the straight front variety Sue alto wore a short skirt another garment that Is never becoming to a large woman In imitation of the young girls whom she had seen wear fourinhand ties this woman had put on a turn down collar and a made up fourmhand Apparently she was entirely con tenttd with herself but It would have been an exceptionally dutiful son or daughter who would with pride hove introduced her to strangi irs Yet had her dress been criti cised no matter how Kinidy her feel Ings would have been hurt deeply rind for that reason her family en lures the mortification of her eccent ric aspect loving her to dearly to wound her bv a word of disparAge- ment or even of advice The mother need not of necessity je obliged to entertain in an elabo rate fashion any more than she must dress in gorgeous attire But the should make her childrens friends welcome to the family fable she should nnow what are their interests mud ambitions she should pay enough attention to her own dress to be sure hat she will appear well in the ryes of her family and of others The should share the pursuits of her sons and daughters so far as she can Thq lectures and concerts and cluos that interest them shoula claim her Interest She should join in their outdoor occupations She should flsn with them row with them walK with them wheel with them All this is not merely tobe a companion to the juniors and so to do them good and help them on in life The association does that but it tines more besides it kelps the mother young It brings her in touch with what is going on in the world about her and makes her feet n pat of the great scheme of thing Iinnttwd of a gelfoentered Atom oil by herself There Is no danger of her getting In to a back eddy and staying there if she is with children They are timund to go on and she KOM with them She con afford to expend n great deal of compassionate thought on the wo man who has suffered herself to be come a back number Its Hard But Deserving- It is said that a man can get whisky when he can get nothing else on earth There must be some truth in Itlit any rats men will do more unusual things to procure whisky than any other thing known The east and west bound trains meet here at 8 oclock each night if both are on time It is almost an every nights occurence that some thirsty citizen from the good local option town of Cloverportlwill make the run down here on one traIn for booze making the run to a saloon like be was fight ing tire while the returning train is getting off the switch on the main track The return race is sometimes close and exciting Hancock Clarion Dies Very Suddenly Wolf Creek Ky May 81Spe cialSam Chism of near Singleton died at his home last Wednesday morning He was ill only a few nonra and was beyond help when the paysi clan arrived He leaves a wife and two children Ferryboat in Commission Wood Weatherholt of Tobinsport Ind put his gasoline ferryboat Into commission last Thursday between that place and the npQer wharf In this city The boat isa strong little craft and well built for the purpose About five minutes are required to mate the trip one w- ayCASTOR IAFor rtrfts and Children e K OU Have Always Bought e ttttu of The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 10M i = I WEBSTER We had a good rain Sunday night All roads led to Garfield last Sun day Will Thompson went to Louisville Sunday Mike Lyddan is book from school I at Lrxlngtou Quarterly meeting here last Soto day awl Sunday Quite a number from here went to Garfield Sundae The rOOK crusher has a full SUlpl of hands at last A considerable amount of tobacco will be planted this week Sirs J T Drane is visiting tit Hardinsbiirg and Westvlew Alex Robbins went to Skilltnan last Sunday to visit his mother Price Bros of Brandenburg paintt ed J C Crutohers house last week H H Norton presented rata daughter Miss Lee with a new piano last weekMrs Aaron Norton Sr is visiting her daughter Mrs Wimp in Davie is countyfaMrs Elmer Hatfield returned homesaw from Louisville last Saturday to visit relativesMiss Mattie Knott was at home from Cloverport last Sunday to visitt her parents Misses Nan and Myrtle Lyddan and Ada B Henderson are visiting in Louisville Our excellent postmaster is to bei commended for having Sunday mail1 discontinued here j The Cumberland Telephone Co will put In boxes here and at the rock crusher this weeK rRev Luvall of Elizabethtown pre siding elder of this dtstnct conduct ed the quarterly meeting Mrs Ju Kendall of Louisville is visiting her arster Miss Addle English who is seriously ill =Jr Walter Adklason and sister Miss Daisy left jlst Saturday to take i the WorldsiFair at St LClulsht ChiMissesand JIaldoinb Robertson three of our fopnlar young people have wean esa MasMrsf visited at H U Keys last weeK andeI I attended quarterly meeting here Sat thaturday and SundaybeT J Jolly of Bewleyville was here last Saturday and pave a talk ex take plaining the principles of the Ameri sale can Society of Equity We are informed that Aaron Nor ton is a candidate for Constable iin the Bewleyville Magisterial district to till a vacancy Certainly he is argood man for the place at A Strong Heart Is assured by perfect digestion Indigestion last swells the stomach and putT SMit up against the heart This causes1 shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and stneral tlfeakness Kod I Dyspepsia Cure cure f tIndthestlon reosu lIoved the stomacbjtakes lhe strainml oft the heart and restores t to a fun1 perforiuaneo of its function naturally Ko lol increases the strength by enabling e stowac 1Hnd digestive 1 organs to ng j assiinilate and ap propriate to the blood and tissues allI of the food nutriment Tone the stomach and digestive organs Sold been by all druggists i FORD5VILLEis forMrs Robt Brausford has returnedI to her home in DKoven Mis Emma LOt loormau is the guest of Mrs Robert Crider Mrs1 J Tirford and son Paul have return from RosineIIn WiMissher brottror in WhitesvilleSI1 OUCiiDjIr Aperidayi Why is it that Ayers Hair J Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is abrlhair food It feeds the hairIn puts new life into it The hair day Hair Vigor tees cannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color arty life comes dabackWhen I Ofti tiled Ayor hair Vigor mj J h fwa ftMiut all gray Slut now It It H nlc r li blaoir son MnyfciSANidlaorNBTIxY aTUloul lbin of ttl TbotHe J C start CO Stith I rti uletnfor 1011 Ifsill Gray Hair Mrs a J sHEAD SOLID SORE Awful Suffering of Baby and Sleepless Nights of Mother CURED BY CUTICURA rSkin Fair as a Lily with no Scar to Recall Awful Sore Writes Motherly I I herewith write out In full the beginning and end of that terrible disease eczema which tensed my babe untold suffering and myself many sleepless nights My babe was born seemingly a fair healthy child but when she was three thetj of her and in course of time broke It did not heal but grew worse and the sore spread from the size of a dime to that of a dollar I used all kinds of remedies that I could think of but nothing seemed to help i in tact it outwheretheagain continued until my aged ther came on a visit and when ha the baby ho told me toget CutlI awayTomy surprise by their use thg or began to heal over the halt grew over it and today she has a nlcejicad of hair her skin Is as felt as a llUy and she has no scar left to recall that awful sore and Iris over eight mouths and no sign of Its returningMrs RTcn Elk River Minn Cure permanent So writes Mrs layer Feb 55 1003 six years later Your lefts f the 19th lust received asking in raga d to tho cure of my baby some six years ago Well the disease has never returned to her head whither that time was a solid sore on top and down the back Once or twice since then a patch has come on her hand near the wrist but It finally disappeared east proper treatment with Cuticura Bold thron hont IDo world Chilean Rttolttnt Me grblofe0holntmm4Se CbuteJlouColnmbatroprlotonJ8n4 visiting their son in Rockport Ind fromnattended the dedication of the istian church at Whitesville I have been troubled for sometime with indigestion and dour stomach Mrs Sarah WlcrirtisI of Less and hayebeep taking ObamII Aton a ant Liver Tablets which havehepled me very much 80JJ now I careat many things thatII I could not If ou have dtrbubla1 these tablets an3 jet well For by Short Haynes IRVINGTON Miss Willia Drury has returned Owens bora J B Biggs now of Hopuinsville is home to see his family Mrs John Kendall wen lo Ekron Saturday to see relatives r Nota Board and Miss Ada Bell Henderson are in LmisvilleII theoffrom his school at Beech Crayton Claycouib is improving rapidly from i late illness of typhoid fever Mrs J T Lewis left last week to visit her sister Sirs Eli Donny near McQundy W L Arnolds little child who has so ill with pneumonia is much improved Mrs Will Robbins of Owensboro with her mother Mrs Tom Urady an indefinite visit Farmers bringVdur wool eggs and PiggottforSim Payne and wife and Bob Bpll wife enjoyed the day Sunday old friends at Garfiold Father Drury wont to Bewleyville to do mission work and be the of his relative Charles Drury A class of nine fjur boys and five took their first confirmation at Catholic church Sunday morning and Mrs Foster Lyons and Dr Mrs Paul Dempster left Satur for a ten days stay at the WorMs Fair Mrs Bate Washington went to Stephenport Sunday to see her Jn law Brown Helm who is falling health Our onblio school closes next Fri Prof Tuttle requests the trus and patrons attendance in the afternoon hours from 1 to 3 oclock A B Coleman Mrs Richard Bandy Milton Brown Miss Tula Lockard and Clint Adkisson attended quarterly conterenco at Webster Sun y RobertIof Louisville were the company Mrs W E Brown Sunday Miss will remain sometime with her On Wednesday evening June 15 musical under the direction of Clara Lewis and a lawn fete t t will be given at the residence of E N McGlothlan Everybody II- coralally invited Harvery Bush who received pain fat injuries in the railroad wrecK a Lodlburg left Saturday for Louisville to receive some special attention a an infirmary He was accomp anle by ins eister Miss Lizzie Fisher nnd Robtdor jL dan Anne Lee Bandy and Morris Jolly Cecil Sprxdlin and Dannie Spradlin Miss Eva Payne and Mag gie Bandy went to Garfield to th didication of the Cumberland Pres byterian cnnroh last aunday- MOHAMMEDANS AND DOGS They Take Iltrtlcnlnr Pnliin Not t Conir III Contact In Egypt dogs are never permitted t enter the dwelling of n Mohninmodiui and if ono is round in n mosque lie 1is Immediately put to death III consequence of this excommunica tion trout the society which this aid mal seems so instinctively disposed tto cultivate Egyptian dogs live for the most part In the open nlr feeding up on garbage mIll nay other filth that chance throws In their way Yet they are found to be faithful protectors of the property and even persons of the very men by whom they are thus de spitefully treated although Sonlnl remarks It Is extremely curious to seethe pales taken by a Mussulman mill a dog when they happen to meet to avoid coming in contact with each other Notwithstanding this state of persecution dogs are remarkably numerous In the towns of Egypt The species is a largo one about the size and make of the greyhound As a proof of the Mohammedan prejudice against this useful animal it is sufi clent to state that they regard the terms Christian and dog as synony mousboth of course in the most op probrious sense As a singular contrast for their dis like for dogs the Egyptians have ever held cats in greatest veneration and In ancient time even worshiped them And historians tell us that Bubaptls and Atribes two turns in Egypt the former a votary of cats and the latter of mice contracted on that account so strong an antipathy to each other that the inhabitants were never known to intermarry although only a few miles asunder In some parts of India too we are told they have a similar rever ante for grimalkin as the only crimes punished capitally there are the mur der of n men nnd a cat New Orleans TimesDemocrat Local Team Wins Game The local clored baseball team known as thIS Happy Tome club played a team composedof the boatmen from the Ha was iJle Cannelton and Tell City nines at Cannelton Sun ay afternoon The loon nine won the game by a score of 21 to 7 DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache Ridneysladder IlcheHeartD1seaseOra Also Rheumatism Back CUREDropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There is a KennerNo1 cases us yours All consult Ions Free A gravel lodged In v y bladder After uslue n taw bottjea ofJr Feuncrs Kidney and Backache Guru I hissed a gravel halt as preventedfurtheryTTOAKES OrrlxVa Druggists 50c t Ask tor Cook Book Free STVITUSU NCE lcllner ure Cure FrcdonlnNY Circular Dr For dale fly Short JIaynes Try forHealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill that I was ctfmpelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time My upsetthatand I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate without great pain and coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and sprq The doctors rIo nounced it Brights disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no de mpfromI hpd ever tried Wine ofCardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that iteavedmylife I believotnany women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value 4ro444v4Dont pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to lie well You do not need to be a Yak heJpkw ufferer You can have ajiromans health and doawo work in life Why not sea bottle of Wine of Car from your druggist to d NEiCARDUI is TO THE WOMEN OF TilE UNITED STATES h Successful Homo Treatment j l Offerdto Women Invalid Women HartmansFree J P COADY Treasurer of thee MRS Loaf Club 1702 Oth Avenue Council Bluffs Iowa writes Peruna Is no experimental mel nowforcured of Irregular and painful menwasI haventaken It for Indigestion or whenever 1 tonicothat It was of great benefit to me I am therefore pleased and happy to say a word In Its praise and shall gladly Indorse It to my friends Mrs J P Coady Miss Hattie Grace S51 West 40th St New York writes Peruna has changed me from a fretful Irritable nervous woman Into a healthy and a happy one Nothing seems to worry and to fret me any more Since early womanhood I suf fered with bearing down pains and nervousness I was thin and worried but Peruna restored me Those who knew me before cannot understand the change but I can sum Itall up In the blessed word Peruna Hattie Grace Mrs Elizabeth Ferguson No 18151st St Brooklyn N Y President West Brooklyn Audubon Society writes I am pleased to tell what a blessing Peruna has been to me Several years ago my constitution seemed broken down and 1 cared little whether I lived or died I had taken so much medl cine that the sight of a bottle made me sick I had read about Peruna curing women and I thought perhaps It would help me 1 bought a bottle and before It was finished I felt better I kept on taking it and after three months faithful use I was a well woman and able to do the work and undergo the strain of younger days Elizabeth FergusonIn of the great multitude of wo men suffering from some form of tamale disease and yet unable to find any cure Dr Hartman the ronownod gynecologist has announced his willingness to direct the treatment of us many cases as make application to him during the summer months without charge The treatment will bo conducted by I correspondence The doctor will pra scribe all medicines applications hy gienic and dietary regulations ncccssagjr to complete a cure The medlclrm Ire scribed can be obtained at ru drugstores This + other will hoklgood only f dj ring the si imer mo IS Any woman a can become a ular patient by t agecondition t of her derangements c- All cases lemalo i eases including a- omenlltru rrb + tirar1tes displacements t i f dischargeslrrl i tf i for Valenciennf laces worth lOc 1 for Ladles Vests worth lOc 16c per yard for quarter unbleach ed sheeting worth 25- clOc for one set fancy table tumblers worth aOc lOcfor ladies fancy hose worth 15c and 20c 75cfor ladies O ford worth 125 i pants Interment at May of who died at were here and in the of the should apply at regularatlentaconfidential As is well known Dr is theI president of The Sanitarium omalo diseases He is thus to yearheo bo treated by correspondence The principal he relies upon In such ases is Peruna which every woman hould have who has any affection of his kind Those wishing to become latloitta should addrcsa Dr B Hartman Voluaibus Ohio tt I wide shoes for red and blue na 24 ic size 300for ladies ready made skirts worth 5 lOc ICor extra large size turkish bath worth 15c I25epair for Midsummer Dress Shields for mens colored border worth 5c 75cfor mens jeans pants to close out worth 1125 25rr for mens and boys full shirts Meade be at Cedar Grove June Htate workers will be On of June E A local at No one knows bolter than Dr Hart man how much the women suffer with diseases to their sex No one knows better than he does how many of them suffer with such diseases hopefully and often they eke out a existence year after yearINo martyr In or heroine tittromance makes more appeal to human sympathy than the womanttamllytr t Jdiscas4Dr for such is helphem e N N i WHY NOT SAVE MONEY + ++ jtb tf tt t You can you trade With US Babbage Son t 4 The Great Retailers Cloverport a i5e1yard 5e- I t I 0 i25c Washington departmentdevoted bandan Kleinerts 2eIcolored lOc p fine India Linenstworth ICc 25chmuslindrawers rrr8 3crfor brass 5ocufor ladies hand purse worth ltOO1Cor1nfor mens shirts aworth irIfor mens large size linen hand Iiffextra quality 1 i Imfle line Straw for Men Boys at icBe s other styles D Cents tJ m a specialty of low on fancy staplezgroceries and be convinced received another lot pf 42piece dinner sets packed separ JI W i cashRetail i 1 A N NN No4 4 j Irvington Irvington Ky IItSpeolal The remains Munford Anchorage Drought last Friday interred t- csic p u dropsy abdomen hold strictly Hartman Hartman brought remedy S m + 5emens handkerchiefs handkerchiefs size Meade Convention The County Sunday chool convention will held 7 Several present the evening 0 Fox will hold a meeting Gaston I peculiar Patiently wearily silently miserable poetry a touching 4 t t 9 Hartmans sympathy t- J if of I ardor tI a extension rods 1 a chatelaine 1 il 1 t n fancy negligee a V J kerchleft t Hats and 1 We prices and J Come have just 0 tt Bayless County J J V r 31 Childrens Day Services s theMmorn at 11 oclock Bdecoratedt number of the Sundayechocl children took part in the exercises + EK tf I t i