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J- 44I ti t i r k cc 18 I PAGES COLUMNS I T to 10 NO 26 Give Their to and A r List night January Had the lodge at this place give their r annual at their elegant quartets over Payne Cos hardware store This affair has become the feature of the season and is always an and as one of the at events of the winter Nor was this occasion an to the general rule A large crowd gath ered at an early hour and the merry making for some time Music was by a negro band from The on ar Messrs Vest and r had spared no effort to make thai occasion a happy one and much r is due to them for the 11 of their plans The which were served by the of the lodge were and The menu of turkey chicken ealad sand wiches and pickles cake fruits and coffee Among the guests from a distance were Mr and Mrs George and Alias Sterett Mr Robert E Woods W J Deane and Sam Stites the Route Owing to illness in their families there of the + lodge who were to be absent among whom were Mr A B Skillmau lor many years the master of this lodge and Mr Charles May who is always a ruling spirit in any good work of this kind These two as well as some others were greatly missed CITY E New and Bonds of the Various Officers The Board of met at the l of the City Hall Before the regular of the body to orddr by Mayor Barry a caucus meet ing was held to consider of that were to come before the body A hog was to pre vent the of such within the city l limits during the of June July August and The bonds of Clerk City Marshal and City t were by the Clerk and ap proved by the Council Judge Jams R Skillman who has d been Police Judge for the past three pears tendered his to the Council which was a after of hie r c the name of F N DeHuy was put in to till the unex Aired term of Judge office Mr DeaRi Jk had to be elected and Judge Stfllaian was put in for this once and was l I Clerk was elected to fill e office of Judge pro tern Marshal all was elected to the office of Pound Keeper an good atten dance of citizens All matters before the council are taken up and dis eoeeod at length It ia certainly a body r f In the report of the meeting an l of the the Mime of did not b appear under the bean of the newly t Board k flra Ida R Ross TIs friends of MrS Ida F Roes will reo ffttto beatof her death which occurred hr She was burled Bethel church She leaves a r JI and two little children r 4 is Jtut to err f Is or UMIc Dofa OHtiitue the ntefe of When mArijest t Or yrhen pdrfkens Wdaeya pyet atr Sir parer JJsvfl1 male purer l 1 to If 0 1 1 r t 0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THE NEWS THATS FIT TO JEJNJ liiVL IXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1900 HE MASONS Annual Banquet Their Wives Daughters Friends PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENT Tuesday Masonic banquet important hoidiy ticipated remembered pleasant exception continued furnished Cannellton committee rangement Harpole Moorman silo complete 11eatceee refreshments gentlemen substantial appetizing consisted Bentley Hawesville Louisville Glendeane trainmaster 4of Henderson 3wereeeveral prominent members compelled worshipful COUNCIL Ordinances Adopted Accepted Councilmen umbers Monday calling questions Importance ordinance adopted keeping pionths September Treasurer submitted resignation resignation accepted Immediately disposing resignation nomination Skillmana vweelected unanimously OitjrJLiteroey nomination unanimously eiectedLt OTousey Theibwas Unusually presented 1ueta9es previous through oversight reporter Councilmen Mattingly soled fcowitae tNIagd ado Err Human ftuUme criminal iMood imponlles thgniaefvc inerupilons wed ofomrch eltappcar talEefToala fiveMeod- l tIMdPrfyouhlgnodheaUh I RECEPTION Given by the Kings Daughters at the Home of Mrs P M Beard HARDiNsnunp KY Jan 2 Special The most enjoyable event of the holidays was the Ktrga Daughters recepion given at the residence of Mr B F Beard The house was beautifully and artistically decorated in evergreens An Interesting program was rendered bv the Kings Daughtera wblcn was aa follows Carol Glory 1 Gory Reading4he Auuela Story Mre Morris Beard Solo and QanrtHiti That Wonderful Night oy Mrs Withers Mrs P M Beard Metsrs Thos Withers and P M Beard Inf Duet Oaprcrns ll Mmsn Elizabeth Beard and Alice Baker Solo mid Q lartrtte Im So happy Thou Art Near by Miss Mary Beardand Mrs B A Pate Mrtsra Lewis Klucrirloe and Jones Merc r Reading When tbo World Dusts Thro Mies Mary Lewis t rnith OhoDrfam the Dream thats Sweetest After the program an elegant repast was served by the charming hostess Mrs Percy M Beard The table was festooned in colors of white and yellow and the hand painted dishes Imt1em broidered lInn bespoke the cultured housewife and artists skill The charming Misses Florence Cottrell and Minnie Murray and tht genial Mr James R Bkillman were delightful guests Those pvtaant were Mr and Mrs Thomas WJthers Mr and Mrs Morris II Beard Mr anti Mrs S A Pats Misses Minnie Murray Florence Cottrell Tida Mercer Mary Board Mary Lewis Smith Alice Baker Louie Ileaton and Nellie Hook Messrs Tames R Sklllmn Jones Mercer Claud Mercer Lewis Klncholoe Herbert Beard Harold Beard Amos Beard Sherman Ball Taylor Bali bago Dr Walker J B Clark Peoria Ill says Sur goons wanted to operate on me for plieD but I cared them with DeWittn Witch Hazsl1 Salve It Iits infallible for plies and skin disease Beware of count- erhitA R Fisher Excellent Riding and Courage Saves The Life of a Little Girl IlARDiNsnuBa KY Jan 2 1000 Spec lalSsll control excellent riding and true courage perhaps saved little Daisy Pate the ten year old daughter of Aue tin Pate and sister of exsheriff S A Pate from a most horrible death last Saturday While returning home from Kirk with her father on horseback her horse became frightened ant ran away The little girl never once lost herself control but taking her foot out of the stirrup for fear the animal would fall or throw her she steadily held the reins and let her run Her father and several persona she bad passed pushed forward expecting every minute to find the child dashed to the frozen earth But to their great joy when about 2 miles further they met her calmly riding back to meet them the animals excitement fully exhausted and under perfect control Dr Bulls Cough Syrup prevent pneumonia or inflammation or the lunge This ctle prompiyItI and cost but 95 eta a bottle CITY DADS Of Desirable Record At That Place LtwisroBT JantlSpecialAccordi- ng to the statement of the trustees the town of Lewisport was never in a better financial condition than at present She Is practically out of debt and has some money In the treasury A town order does not go begging now but is as good as a bank check This showing is especially creditable In view of the fact that the town taxes for 1809 have not yet been collected and that more money has bees spent for much needed work on the streets and alleys than for many years previous Our II city dads who have so jealous ly guarded the interest of the town and thus been chiefly Instrumental bring lag about this desirable condition deserve the congratulations and thanks of the citizens Country Home Burned The beautiful country home of Mi Joe Smart was burned to the ground last Wednesday evening The origin of the fire is unaccountable as Mr Smarts family were all away from home All off his household effects were lost He carried an insurance policy to the amount 01575 ChasE of Phrase- A resolution to use the phrase war between the states Instead of war of the rebellion in all pabllaaWonv was adopted the TJ D 0 atthelloaf1 nat llanai meeting v r 1 TRADE ON THE MEND A of Last Year And This Year Shows a Fav orable Increase WHAT THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN SAY Beginnings eudirgsannivrsariesand- all other holiday occasions are tit reasons for rttrofpfctinn hv rjthing goes by comparison and it Is for theee reasons that wn have made an effort to get a statement from the different business men In this community regarding their holiday trade of tliitt year us compared with last year In order to sea where wit are at In every case thu rteponee has been more or lees encouraging which augurs well for the general prosperity of the community tttThe Vest Bros who are occupying the Bowmer building and who have one of the leading cash stores in town have tailed to make a report but we would say on our owurcspoutilhility that they havtj not been slighted in the general prosperity but have received their share of the public patronage tttCharles Ltsheu says that his cash trade has been better this holiday than ever before People have bought In large quantities and aa a generall rule have paid cash tttJulius Sippel says he has every reason to be satisfied with his portion of the public patronage II he sees any differ once in this December and last Decem ber it is in favor of 1899 tttM Hamman Son who have lately established themselves more commod ious quarters say that this year com pares favorably with last year The trade for the whole of December was good and the holiday trado all that could Jra expected tttF N PHuy tho leading jewelry and brica brae man says that he has nothing to complain of He did an excellent Christmas business and that December trade was acout on a par with last year tttOur leading milliner Muss Judith Miller who has so lately improved herr quarters and who carries a complete line of ladles head and neckwear reports a good trade As compared with last year she speaks favorably of 1890 tttMoorman Owen the proprietors of the Palace drugstore have been in busi ness here since April They have had a steady increase in trade especially in prescription work They are quite pleased with their share of patronage and their December sales were far be yond their expectationttt Mr Fralze is busy taking an invent ory of stock and had little to say on the subject but judging from his well kept store and accommodating clerks we would say that their trade keeps up to the standard tttThe Heston Willis Co are in fine spirits as regards the closing of the year Tills ia the second Christmas in their career as merchants in Cloverport and they say their business is on the in crease This year far surpassed last year tttThe Breckenridge Bank reports an In crease in their deposit account over last year Otherwise things are about the same tttA R Fisher has had a satisfactory year The month of December just passed has been a particularly good one tttH L Stader says he has every reason to be encouraged Ills business is al ways good but he believes it baa been better than usual in 1899 tttMr Cerf manager Cloverports lead ing oneprice store says that his Decem ber trade of this year was about the same 881last year but be can report a fair daily increase In his business The Fair has been established hereabout two and a half years and Manager Cerf says it has come 19 stay t t tIShort Haynes feel that the year has been encouraging and compares fay orably with last year In every particular tttMr Wlngert the new tailor who tnovedbere from Tell City three months johMbad a booming business He reports an 8 percent increase per month tttMr Weathwrholr the accommodating assistant post maeter submits to the public thii followinc report Mouth of Dec 1809 129 money orders issued 48 paid aa compared with 10J is snil and 42 paid the same month ni 1808 40 registrations Dec 1809 same period in 1898 33 Newsoapei postage BRECKENKIDQS NEWS collected at the rats of 1 cent per pound Due 1809 074 Der 1898 518 Free county circulation Dee 1899007 Ibr Dec 1808 614 lb Total circulation Der 1899 1341 Tutal circulation Dec 1893 1032 lbs Total poitpge reeipta Drc 1899 18013 Total pntago receipts Drc1898 SIU722 Dec 1899 about 20per cunt in ants of mail in and out over same mouth wf 1898 ttt8- uzr who ws headquarters for Santa Claus this year lies a satisfactory report- to tlv The whole month was far ahead of last year and thA holiday trade excel lent tttGregory Gibson say that this has been the best year of all for them and thry feel greatly encouraged There has been a steady increase in their everyday trade as well as the holiday business tttThe news from railroad circles is also encouraging There has been ar 8 percent increase in the sale of local tickets thisyear over lontl year tttPayne Co the leading hardware merchants give an unusually good report They consider the month of De comber the very beet month in their business career and their every day bus lures is on the increase tttFrank Uosweli has been identified with Cloverports interests for a compar atively short time but ho is congratulat ing himself on the steady increase in business of his harness and saddlery ts tablishment Ills December business was excellent and his outlook for the comlug year is certainly encouraging We have given these statements from the leading ousiueas men of the place to show that things are looking up in old Clovorport There instill a bettor day coming for this town and we want to be here then to say II I told you so Delightful Afternoon A New Years dinner was given at the pretty country home of Mr ana Mrs Fred Moorman at Webster Covers were spread for seventeen Those present were Misses Elizabeth Hall Annie Olaycomb Gola and Alma Orendorff Morrie Kurtz Ada Henderson Lelia McGeary Annie Meadow Messrs 0 B English Foi rest and Richard Olaycomb Kurtas and Arthur Meadow Mrs G W Olaycomb Mrs Meadow Mr and Mrs T B Henderson Mrs It Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with running sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter fellllA R Fisher fuss Young Entertains fllssDlxon On Thursday evening of last week Miss Eva Young entertained the Whist Olub complimentary Miss Alice Dlx on of Henderson It was one of the moat pleasant meetings enjoyed by the club this season There were eight tables and progressive euchre was sub stituted for whist At the conclusion of the card games the most delicious refreshments were served Mias Young is a charming entertainer and the occasion proved no exception to the rule Mor ganfield Sub Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Is a speedy and efficacious cure lor croup whooping cough and bronchitis No child should be left to suffer the tortures of these allmenu when parent can get this wonderful remedy for only etc HOUNDS Will Chase a Large Western Wolf at flcQuady January isth McQuADY KY Jan S EDITOR BRICK INBICOK NEWS DBAB SIB Our little town of Jolly will be shaken from center to clrcumlorence on Monday Jan 15th by a wolf chase We have a large western wolf and are fixing him for the occasion liThe chase will begin promptly at one oclock t The wolf will be held until 1215 when he will be turned loose to give him a start of the hounds We are expecting two hundred hounds to be present for the start so you see that the shake upj wlll be great Hoping Jo have you come out that day and enjoy the sport I am Yours Kindly I Do BATH DeWitta Little Early Risers purify the blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous liver pills for const patios and liver troubles A R Fisher o v Mrs Duvalls father Mr Strotber Bland is visiting here Miss Maydee Puaey is in Louisville and New Albany for a visit Isaac and Charley Radley have been down on a visit to relatives Vise Bettte Clarkaon in visit ng her slater Mrs DriOConner of Etown The young folks miss their nightly amusement The ponds are unlocked Mr and Mrs W F Grlnuell spent hut Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto Arlington Mrs M A Wilson linn returned to lebanon after a stay with her sister Mrs D 0 Pusey Mrs Novitt la beautifully installed at her home on East Hill Miss L na will arrive soon from Louisville Mr Roland OBryan was the guest of Mr and Mrs Bland last week He ex pects to go West or to Southern Indiana The Farmers Home Journal is chock full of useful practical information this month Every former should have it and the NEWS Mias Alberta Drnry has returned to Brandenburg Normal after a vacation with her parents near ewleyvillo AI burta is a dear sweet girl aid one we all loveMiss Mattie McGehee of Louisville spent the holidays at home She and her sister Mrs eckenpaugh are doing nicely in the city Mr and Mrs Allen Armstrong left last Sunday for Rockport Ind We have thus lost two pleasant intelligent citizens who haye our beet wishes for success and happiness Brother Lellchfleld preached last Sun day morning and evening It would be the part of wisdom to take his fine coun eel1 and kind admonition throughout the New Year Yes we hear the jingling of wedding bells in the near future and we dont enjoy the sound one single bit Giving up our sweetest truest best girls is a serious blow to this community- D M Duncan of the Meade Messenger and his handsome TV remem bered mn most beautifully on thu dawn of the New Year It la just as well to be born lucky as rich This Christmas anti New Year prove it- O be Board son of Mr and Mrs Tom Board near Milan is much improved after a serious illness Gabe bra not been in good health for some time His mother Fannie Haynes wa a favorite schoolmate of mine and a very bright sweet one She has often contributed some entertaining articles for this and her county paper I have from my friend Dr It L Newsom of Cloverport a moat lucid and clear explanation of when the cen tury ends An article signed Festus which appeared in a recent issue of the Louisville Post was from his pen ex plaining the closing of this century I have showed his explanation and illustration to a number who pronounced it the best and most easily underatood of any they had seen The friends of Mr and Mrs Marv Bewley wern shocked and grieved to If a medal were worded for the most perfect tem pemnce medicine prepared for fam ly use it would- undoubtedly be given to Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery This medi cine which is entirely nonalcoholic and non produces strength instead of the simulated strength which re suits from the use of whiskey med cines or nerve numbing name tics The many and remarkable cures resulting from the use of Golden Medical Discovery prove the soundness of Dr Pierces the hurrytheplace of disease These cures also prove soningthatEtomach must be cured through the stomach The Discovery is a medicine for the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition When the stomach is healthy the blood made ia the stomach is healthy and sufficient in quantity to nourish the nerves and strenen the system to resist or throw off disease Nature develops life sustains life and preserves life by nourish ment Vital failure comes when the body is starved either front lack of food or the inability of the digestive and nutritive organs to extract the nourishment from the food taken into the stomach Golden Medical Discovery takes the obstacles from Natures way so that she can sustain life by her own methods Dr PierCes Pleasant Pellets assist the action of Golden Medical Diacoveryv b IALsQWTELYERR I Makes the food more end wholesome illlIOYl eAkIWO POOae eo Mew LenalaboulI death at their home in Ekron She lived only a short time and Dr Sbacklett reports her suffering intense Little Le na was a sweet bright little thing and great sympathy is expressed for the stricken parents Dr aud Mrs Burch entertained quite a number of friends most delightfully on last Thursday evening A delicious col lation was served and bountiful in true Kentucky style The gamuts were all congenial making the evening a mobt enjoyable one George Worlaud and Mr W II Gough will I understand embark in the drug business at the West building erected by Mr Gough last spring Mr Gough is well known and George has been so long Identified with the business interests of this place he will need no in troduction to tile public in his now standMrs Willett wife of the Rev J 0 Willrtt died at her residence near Buck Grove last Wednesday Brother Ben Hagau preached her funeral at Buck Grove church on Thursday Mrs Wil iHtt had been an invalid for several years She was in every respect an example of a Christian woman a devoted wife and mother She leaves a number of chil dren BIG SPRING Mr H Meyer is in Louisville The Christmas tree was well attended Mrs Jim Flowers died Monday of typhoid fever Born to the wife of llha Lawson the 22nd a daughter Miaa Mollie Penlck has gone to Will more to attend school Rev W A Haynes preached at the Methodist church Sunday Mr Smith of Custer has moved his family hero and will carry the mail Mr and Mrs Sam Jacob of LouisvIlle have been tho guests of their niece Mrs MeyerCoburn Richardson ofJ Guston was here Monday night the guest of Ben Lyons of Cloverport was here several taya the guest of Miss Hor tense Miller Jess Moorman of Rhlneyville was here at the supper and was the guest off Dr StrotherMr of Louisville was here during the holidays the gueSt 0 Miss LIll Olarkson Misses Sudle and Lizzie Haulbert at tended the supper and were guests of Miss Mary McMeador Mr Emmelt Carlton of Stevensburg was the truest of John D Meador a few days during Christmas Mr Guy Meador was the guest of Miss Sadie Haulbert of RhineyvUle last Wed nesday and Thursday Mrs Hallie Mclntire nee Craycroft of Springfield spent the holidays here with her father R 0 Oraycroft Misses Mattie Gross and Essie Buchan an of Vertrees were the guests of Mrs Meyer during the holidays and attend ed the supper The supper given by the ladies for the benefit of the church was quite a suc cess financially They will clear about 50 Misses Edith Hanlbert of Rhineyville and Alice Swan of Flaherty were the guests of Miss 2 lraa Strother and at tended the supper Muses Zslma Strother and Hortense Miller and DrStrothat attended a dining at Mr Jim Williams of Flaherty during the holidays Mias Mary Boyd of Paris Texas whole attending Hampton college in Louis vine is here spending the holidays with her schoolmate MissOlle May Olarkson Among those from a distance who were present at the supper were the followtngr Misses Edith Shumate and Payne of Bewierville Miss Oren orf of Staphensport Raymond Meador of Gutter OvertonBIanford Mr Weatherferd of Hardinaburg WEST VIEW HaD sense LoUT waul According to the old folks observa Ueasithe present fChristmas weather ln dicatefl a bot the season e l 1111 IIi i j 10 i I f18 I j 56 COlUMNS f s M N 1 10 ALL hm81anuaryl Lewlsportflakea Comparison TWOJHUNDRED BRANDENBURG delicious roes ClarksonMr Bewleyvllle etifalarveetfor PAGES BAKING POwPFKr of 1000 On Wednesday night Jinnary 10 an exhibition will be given by the pupils and friends of the West View Public School Come out enjoy yourself and help us to enjoy our part of the enter tainmentWe herald the new century and may it bring with it the same spirit progress that has done so much to make America the greatest of the nations of the earth and while her people are forge ing ahead along every line of advance ment may they ever keep in mint the principles of honor and truth on which true greatness in individuals or nations rests Mr Editor we should like to ask your rthisfrom this place unless a more worthy andentertaining scribe should take up the work of reporting weekly the doings in this section We wish some one would do title for we love this people and we would like to hear from them regularlyOn morning at 10 oclock Mr Charles Brewington of Harned was married to Miss Bessie Robertsdaughter of Rev Felix Roberta of this plaoe The ceremony was performed at Mount Zion Church about a mile from town the Rev Petit officiating The young people aro well known and we wish their mar Tied life may be as happy and successful as we know their single lives to have beenrThe W C T U Meets and Makes Plans Forthe Conii a test Campaign The W 0 T U met at the Methodist church Monday night and an interesting programme was rendered Rev W B Rutledge gave a talk in which he in spired the temperance workers with new hope and filth in the result of the con test which will be decided at Harding burg next Monday Dr R L Newsom in behalf of the citizens thanked the W 0 T U for the good work already begun He voiced the sentiment of the union in thanking the new board of councilmen for their action at their first meeting in not con sidering any application for liquor li cense until the contest shall lmve been decided Dr Newsom also very J kindly offered free toll to all temperance Iworkers who with tgo to Hardlnsburg next Monday- A j mens prayermeeting at the Meth odiat church and a womans prayermeet lug at the Baptist church in the interest l of the contest were arranged for Sunday afternoon Double Wedding at McQtudy- McQcAnv KY Jan 1Speclal- The marriages which took place at St Marys Thursday were those of Mr James Crenahaw to Miss Rose Beavin and Mr Joe Beavin to Mrs Hattie Ryan t The attendants were Messrs Richard Nouman and John Cook Aliases Sarah and Theresa Beavin After the ceremony they with many others went to Mrs Jane Beavms an1 partook of a nice dinner which was much appreciated byyall The evening was spent In dancing sinning laughing and talking Miss Rosa was dressed in white cash mere trimmed in white silk and ribbon Mrs Hettie Ryan was dressed in purple xl cloth trimmed In silk The gentlemen wore the usual black broadcloth We wish them a long happy and successful life and may their future days be their happiest onescPELLVILLE lllKLD PROM LAST wazx3 Christmas passed off quietly here t Adams Hawea moved to his farm Fri dayWilliam Ashworth has a very alek r child William Jett of Kirk visited here last weekBion Mosely went to Whitesvllle Thursdayjj Herbert Hunter of Mason vllle visited his mother here last week II Miss Dolly Jelt of Reids viaitedher parents Thomas Jett and wife last week Virgie Mudcalf and family viaitedher parents A J Skinner and wife 1last weekJohn Lyons of the police force of daughterlaat oCurdsvillei t week returning home Saturday cly a I 2 THE BRECKl3iNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 Pet pads of jreat Every woman in the world nuue her fad na every rich man rides his hobby said a bright young clubwoma M sfie gf red meditatively into the glow InK grate Why even Aunt Suean D Anthony who prides herself upon never doing Anything modern baa a fad well established It Aunt SusanI ejaculated several other women who v ere grouped about IL Think 01 Aunt Susan with a fad I I Wby I a oud like to know what elee you would cal tho absorbed Interest she takes in making rugi and bed 1 quiltsI I She calls it industry laughed the clubwomans mother Dont I remember how her busy fingers ueea to ply the knitting neidlr and what counterpanes grew apace when as a child she taught me about the 4 little bus bee and told r mo how Satan finds some ruled Uletilf for IdlehandatodoPehaw I fad Insisted the first speaker II Why she cribbed patchwork patterns from every wood and t led floor tlIi 9 saw and I believe she watched even the pavement for lear some unusual combination of stones should ctcape her when she was down here last veer and ae for rugs why she studied every one she MW with all tin interest of a modern rug fiend I Ive been thinking paid a young woman listener II I certainly have no fat I never bail time for one You know OB icon M I left college I took up that course of historic tx raadimr and I kcj t up my mnilc aid the borne marketing and belonged to the dab antI league Iytu alwost shrieked her mother end tater in the Mine breath Havent we made ilrcwet for little Indians luuUtl ipront for little negro in Southern lewirg schools sad ivni you our nrl clothe before they wore 1rutfor all torte and conditions of 1 1waifs4 Why that is not a fad It it tronevo lence the second lUter auewered calmly 8 Yi t ure enough responded her mctber i but you have lived it and thoujjit it and slept it until I have heard you envy your very friends tlllr threadbare x rmcnUi I Well Ive got my fad nnd I glory in them said the first speaker who hind been busy cutting out monograms from old letters and e ivelopee Everyone in the world who has a minute of time finds hours when as George Elliott says The world looks like a garden of cab baco with the cabboges all cut It isI at thote timer if no other that a well rounded and developed fad makes life worth living Mrr B the wellknown literary woman lAid only the other they that she had never hall time to nurse a fad Vc lat la her curio corner for which she hu all t nt fought and bled and died to set articles froth all the I known and some unknown countries of the world but a fad corner I suppose busy women like Marietta Holly nail Mary J Holme would ecout the itieaof a fad and yet the one at Adams and the other ht Lrockport X Yf beguile their weary hours in gardening ii Candace Wheeler the veteran art connoisseur and busineta woman knits The daughters of exMayor Hewitt have a mania for learning how to do things and recently they even learned to shoe a hone not only haramerini out the I shoes on an anvil but nailing them to the horses feet II A lorg list of American women have become experts in the use of rifles and pistols Among them are Mrs John Jacob Astor Mrs llavemeyer Mrs Alfred Seton Mrs Stewart Webb and Mrs Valentine MottAH of these wo men by diligent practice of their pet fad have routed the ancient creed that a I bulls eye must be the size of a barn door I in order for a woman to ht It ii Automobiles have had a fascination for Mrs Herman Oelriches ever since they were first used I Almost everyone has a habit of col lecting something this teapot fad is pretty common Mrs Charles T Barnes collection in Chicago is one of the largest in the country or was until halt of her lot were lost in the fire that destroyed her house several years ago She still has several hundred I Mrs D Harry Hammer has ten thousand buttons which came from all- overp b the world and many of which are r interesting as souvenirs of various wars Several of the buttons bear crests of die S tinguished families among which are those of Gladstone Sir Robert Napier Lord Raleigh the Duke of Argyll Count D Hatzfeldt and the Marquis of Lorne I Mrs Franklin McVeagh collects palms She has one a dwarf palm which is said to be 250 years old 4 II Mrs Phillip D Armour Jr collects plates and owns moio than two thous and exquisltlones Mrs J Ogden Armour has harbored a mania for boxes ever since childhood and has two hundred among which are big and llttlejnew and old ones In the homo of Mrs Alice L Will lams four rooms are devoted to the col I h lection of shells which come from every 4 part of the world A society bud has made a collection f of atone jewel and metal charms in the V shape of hearts and all were Riven to her by friends Photographs of some particular class as of mountains cathedrals and churches Madonnas authors statesmen profes eionals and what not are always popular but are most affected by school girls A rich New York woman has attended every impoitant auction sale in the city for several years and is so well known Il1y the auctioneers that although she does not buy heavily she is always given a front seat Yet that woman would probably object if auctions were called her fad Another woman who has always been busy and is well known as a writer and philanthropist prides herself with the games of solitaire with which she I Is familiar and her skill iu winning Many of the nobility ot England are said to have cherished fads upon which they pride themselves Some of these are costly in the extreme nnd put to the blush the poor little makeshifts of women in the ordinary walks of life The Pun cess of Wales for example has an tspe clal liking for lace and her collection IIs said to be valued at 200000 It wes be gun by the wedding present to her from the King of Uelgium which wits worth 40000Tliu Czuina of Russia ie nleo fond of lice and a remarkable piece of Chantilly was presented to her at n birthday gift by tb French government latt y ar Qoeeii Victorias fads are gardening and dogs and ponie Heroic black Je tie Iia her favorite She also has a collar tion of bullfinches which afford her great amusement No cat Is allowed near the royal apartments on that ac count Queen Victoria prides herself on tile excellence of her omelets which she delights in making herself All of liar daughters are good cooks as well as ac oompltahed needlewomen Tho Princess I ouitttt boasts ot the number of dishes which slit has invented liar favorite pastime is salmon fluting and when In london she ependt much ol ber time In buying old and quaint silver for which she has a passion The Erapreee Elizabeth ot Austria prided herself upon her pastry cooking and her daughter the Archduchess Va hauls is accomplished in the methods of the ancient and modern cuisine The Queen of Italy collects gloves boots and shoes which have been worn by rOYAl personages She lies shoes which belonged to Queen Anne and a far which was the property of Mary Qoel of Hcotp nI TLu Queen of Greece is said to the finest needlewoman among Euro pean royalties The Empress of Gor many loves to knit The Dowager Queen of lortugal when at her home on the seashore at Caldae amuses herself by shooting from a high window at bottles ilaced in the sea for the purpose Menu Theresa of Bavaria is fondof pets and is always accompanied by fourteen of her favorites when she takes along journey They Include dogs cats magpies a little bear and an enormous ratLouisvhlle Post Old People Made Young J 0 Sherman the veteran editor of the Vermontyilla Mich Echo has llscoverrd the remarkable secret of keeping old people young For years lie has avoided Nervousness Sleepless ness Indigestion Heart trouble Const mtion and Rheumatism by using Eltc trlc Hitters and he writes It cant be praised too highly It gently stimulates the kidneys tcnes the stomach aids ill estion anti gives a splendid appetite- It has worked wonders for my wife and ne Its a marvelous remedy for old peoples complaints Only 60a at 3hort Haynes drug store Firs Leland Stanford a Poor Woman Mrs Leland Stanford writes to friends In Washington that she has now die posed of every vestige of the enormous fortune bequeathed to her by the late Senator Stanford and has recently signed deeds transferring all his real estate to the trustees ot the Leland Stanford Unl rerelty This includes the largest cattle ranches horsebreeding establishments- and vineyards in the world with various farms country houses and large tracts of wild land The deed covered sixtysix pages of typewritten manuscript and required 7000 In revenue stamps Mrs Stanford had previously transferred to the trustees of the university all her personal estate embracing stocks and bonds valued at 16000000 and so far as the actual ownership of property is concerned she is now as destitute as the day on which she was born She has a Contract however with the trustees anIpleases were ally provided for in Mr Stanfords will Buokleni Arnica Salve line worldwlde fame for marvelous cures It Burpaesesjnny other salve lo tlonr ointment orbalm for Cuts Corns Burns Dolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tet- ter Salt IlheumFever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Plies Cure guaranteed Only 25c at ShortJ lIaynes BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable Littlo Book of laterci to All Women Sent Free Everywoman lookstorward wIth foe Ings of joy indescribable to the one great event in her lifo compared with which all others pale Into insignificance How proud she will feel when her babo nestles on her breast how sweet tho name of Mother I And yet her anticipation of this event Is clouded with dread of the pain and dar gerof the orderd so that It Is impossi- blo to avoid the feeling of forebOding which crocp3 over her The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother can DO entirely prevented so that tho coming of tho little stranger need notbe looked forward towith few Every woman who rends this can obtain free a valuable lttlo book entitled Before Baby is Born by sending her address to tho lirndfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains price less information for all women and no one should fail to send for ft A Novel Party The Bowling Green Journal thus diiI scribes an entertainment to be given In that city that will prove intensely inter eating to each male present provided such are allowed to witness it The young saciety ladies of Bowling Green might just as well begin to prac tics rat killing This Is to be the lad for the next month or two The Journal lisa it upon goed author ty that a rat party will he given next week For fear some of our readers may not know just what a rat party it we will tell them In the first place a dcz on young ladles are to be invited TIm id young ladies are to be given the pro cranes Thou a dczin rats provided the day before and left unfed so they will be good and hungry are to ht Iturned loose In the room with the ladler Smell clubs two feet ong are furnished each lady and the one killing the mOlt rAts gets the cajriUl prize Of course all furniture is taken out of the rcorn before the killing begins so that nothing is loft in the room but ladles clubs and rats Henderson Gleaner It has beun demonstrated repeatedly in every state In the Union and in many foreign countries thrt Chamberlain Cough Remedy is a certain prov ntativi and cure for croup It lies lucome this universal remedy for that disease M V Fishier of Liberty W Va only re plats what has been said around the globe when he writes I hayo used Chamberlains Cough remedy in my family for several years and always with perfect success We believe that it IIs not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy hi for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellniau Stephensport A Genius The proprietor of the store told tho new window trimmer that his salary would depend on his succets in making women look in at the show window In an hour the sikewalk was so crowd ed that ho could not get out What in the world have you done he asked Huns a piece of black velvet just jack of the window glass said the trimmer Why should all of those women crowd up to look at a piece of black velvet It makes a mirror The proprietor admitted that he could not pay such a man a suitable salary BO le took him into the firm Unldenti fled Exchange It takes but a minute to overcome tick hug in the throat and to stop a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure This remedy quickly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasant to take It prevents consump ion A famous specific for grippe and Its alter efftctsA R Fisher Utopia Honor Roll The fourth month gives these results It will be observed that the first six are the same Robert Fisher 000 Ollie Hosklns DUD May O Dempster 090 Emma D Moor man 090 Alma Mattingly roD Daisy Dean QID Ada Mattingly 997 Louise Moorman 090 Mandie Mattingly 094 Coleman Mattingly 093 Nelle Matting Iy 092 Eva Owen 092 Owen Hunter 991 Otter Owen 09 Charley Robertson 99 Johnnie Hosklns 99 Walter Moor man 089 Vandy Powell 988 Norab Uosklna 987 Emma L Moorman 086 Maude Maxwell 084 Mirttie Fentresa 900Sallle Robertson Elliot Moorman Rosebud Moorman Theodore Merldeth Lizzie Fisher Jessie Gary Harry Moor man Roy Moorman Meda Max well Sadie Eskridge Ernest Kak rld erSliva Mattingly Clara Mat tingly Luke Clark Jess Rhodes and Glenn Moorman all faithful workers were absent a day or more and in consequence lost places near the top John Fisher another good worker Failed to meet one requirement lila other work is fine Ready now for our best efforts in 1000 J H PILE Teacher flraPENNYROYAL Drift Hal SDI Only flraaUe Sin aJwtfi rtllfcbu LDt ikDrojiUI tot Mtluutri totluk Dl tondBnuA lied u 4 0U HU1I1 buN H14 witS WM ribbon Tku k NSa daSflSa itiatltii I tout mrwt tmUttUnt AiDrtcltMl 1 cU tlBBp tot BtrtUtltM IImo1IIt ullimiter fur ladle M tour bj rtlira MIL 1 0000 TMlmnltlf l Ppr I Irml mu1a1 tCJoealulueIMILADA 1I n A NEW COLUMN Devoted to the Interests of thet Farm Women of Breck enridge County WHY SIT YE HERE IDLE I IyMn Lucy Cledver McQrojr Lebanon Ky KENTUCKY Ah ihii Ih the State when the blue grass wavei Oer the gypsum vaults cf her mammoh caves Where the peach tree blow In the Southern wind Andwhere Natures God has been the molt kind Where flowers and fruits abound all the year AndeveyoId home it full or good cheer Where hones are fleet and women so wet That perfect they are from their heads to their feet Where the men are all brave though sometime they crave A little corn juice their stomachs to lave And It IIs so said as many attest That these three products tate rank with the best I mean the women the horses and whiskey The men may be a little more risky Though Ashland Iis here the home of a CIr And the Marshall name will neer pass away While lor soldiers brave there is none may rebuke The name ol a TJuckner llreckf nrldge Duke Who lor the Lost Cause were gallant and true While Wolford and Hatlan as brave wore the flue Or would you ualte llicgreiit with the good Join Yells Grundy with Joe Underwood Ihtn later Carlise Irdin near the same spot May shake the hand exGavemor Knott Come view this bright land with its waving grasi Itefiected like IlMutyi face In a glass Where day is so perfect that starlit night eems but a saute veil to shut out her light And night Is ro fauttlessyou can but say Night IIs snore lovely than even the day Where the corn tassel waves KlII1tllCkrue pride And the life lat jrankin grows by its Uc Where the violet winks Its soli Mae eyes In mute response to the klol the skies And the strawberry sleeps In itk dark green tied TIM that amesks kits hoe blushed It to red Where the trees are all green like the cedar and spruce Where the watermelon grows whose loull1is all lulce- Where tobacco Iis bcu ro say the puckers Oh they live like lords these old oorn rackers I They hunt aid they ash they ride and they shact Swap horses anti dogs anti give or take boot And the land Iis all Lair wherever yen roam But this Iis her crown Kentucky Is Home Soherostoiicrtt Women horse and wine And all the good things she yet may combine G W McKlRor a A Happy New Year to every Farm Woman in Kentucky I And may this new column in this URKCKENDIUOB NEWS help us each to the consummation of such adtslre SC The viehof every normal woman is to get the most and best out of her life to do this we cannot sit idly and long for great opportunities but must ute the little things that are already nt hand aud there never was a case where she who wee faithful in little went cure warded C C- It is remarkable how often a girl will lament tier sex and long to be a man Ono of thd great mistakes common to womankind is that they fancy a mans lifo is all smooth sailing and everything easy of attainment to him Now this wish is usually born of tho desire to make money but why sit and sigh for what is already within reach Let every farm girl look about her rub her eyes and see cleatly and lo her opportunities are legion to fill her purse If Mary has it little lamb there is no reason why it should not be kept for profit and if Phyllis adores 10369 let her make them pay tor themselves C Farm Women let me beg of you not to sit in a corner weeping for r new dress or a coveted j Durney 150 to work and earn them you can Cant you grow violets roses and carnations The demand for them far exceeds the supply Cant you grow vegetables and care for bees Cant you raise poultry and sell eggs make butter and ice cream Certainly you can as well as men can Then go to work and do it and have your pleasures anil luxuries C Mary had a little lamb Twaa kept for gala Im told She always sheared It snowy fleece And traded It for gold White roses In her garden bloom Then action surely follow She gathers all the fairest bud And sells them oft lor dollars My loves eyes are like violets The speech milady tickles But straight the garners every one To fetch her In the nickels C i HAYS NOTICED That she fares best who labors most That our lives are in our own hands for good or ill That nothing comes to her who waits That faithful welldirected energy gets what it goes after That talking and doing 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11 6 00 11 40 7 M Junctlon 8 10 4611 11 60 7 45 Kirk s 01 4 44 1157 762 Jolly 7 M 4 39 12 09 8 04 Glendeane T 42 Z1 12 14 8 09 Dempoter 7 30 4 is 12 SO 8 25 Yalisoiltough 7 15 4 00 12 60 85 Dempller 6 67 I 42 12 611 8 60 Rockvale 6 63 I 88 i1 00 8 M Jtuth 6 48 8 38 105 900 AekIs 644 3 113 908 Ob 636 3 21 120 916 Ar Vordsvilh Lv 630 S 15 rol rat AM rM DallyTrain 45 and 44 connect ot Irvington with IfiTrains Not 3 and for points on Fordsvfll branch Trains a 3 and run daily Trains lice a tad 4 connect at irvioglon with Slain Line train 41 4s 43and4e fiis l sHI J LYONStkt i I I TRADEMARa C i LAXATIVE 3 SYRUP ul NATURES CURE FOR iI CONSTIPATION made from the chol cest extracts of lIs rabies and fruits contains no In drugs and IU the best pre that can be co mppunded for the cure of Constipation BlIlousn M Sick Headache Nervousness and to i dispel Colds and Fevers It drlvesiI out all Impurities of the blood and 7 makes the complexion clear If you do not like It bette than any laxative you have ever used your drugglst will refund the money An Ideal remedy for children oV WU adults For sale bY druggists at las per bottle 1 l For BaU by SHORT IlAYNFCLOVERPORT KY iio V J I I n J tH BgfiCKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 i9OoI a CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS ATria QRINNELL jtrotI Harry Thurston Peck glvca us Ii best six novels of the year in rdlr Of their true Importance from a llterar i yewiGreater Inclination by 4 o Edith WhartonIes 2II David Harem by E N Weel colt 3hThe Maternity of Harriott Wick ens by Mre Dudeney 4 h Richard Carvel by Winston Churchill 6 The Market Place by Harold Frederic 0 II When Knighthood Was ii- r In Flower by Caekoden A friend writes me that David Ha rum Iswell knit and firmly compact and that the sly le Is admirable neve drags and never disappoints Speaking z of books reminds mo that I have just found out tbe moral cfthe Ancient Mariner a book with which most ever one is familiar The best womAn litern ry ones have failed after several reading t to discover it Finally an unusually t bright perceptive and receptive mini has written that It was II not best to kill your mascot The fearful punlshmeni of the mariner and the crew clearly carries out the conclusion The moral lessons taught by the poem are man and apparent For a work of pure imag tfration It Las an immense amount of Moral beautiful moral lessons Just at this season for Instance He prayeth best who loveth best AH things both great and small j r For tbA dear God who loypth us He made and loveth all Coleridge was ad idealist and Words r worth was a realist who suggested tit shooting of the albatross which was con sldered an ill omen and it was considered a violation of the law of love and we all know when love Is lost the heart withers 1and dlep Sometimes sorrow comes In i and so purlfira and purges it of all droei humaltsympathy or love Is retained But he C or she who loves not wrenches him or lI herself from God One thing we l would all pray for that having committee a wrong like the Ancient Mariner s awe would live to expiate iL His wrong was one of hasty Impulse not dellberat i or from selfish reasons So often with us all hasty impulsethen regrets Dante teaches exactly the same lesson r Hell is tbe deliberate choice of evil Heaven the deliberate choice of good But not even God can save us from In ferno If we choose it U Alone alone all all alone + Alone on a wide wide sea Those lines have haunted my mind many a time when the soul was craving JfioT rest from doubt But like the marl Tnerwe too can come home at last lo rest in the sweet peace of love and hope and to belieye heartily r C He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small For the dear God who loveth UP He made and loveth all 0 t Edgar Allen Poe I Poor fellow 1 He P has been dead an untimely death nearly fifty years and yet he is continu ally being resurrected and his foibles written up Just think be wrote An nabelLeerandThe Raven Let him lie easy I The University of Virginia his alma mater did honor his memory last Oqtober on the anniversary of his death toy unveiling with fitting ceremonies a ae fine bust by an excellent sculplo This 1 visa long delayed rendition of poetic justice Europe has ever ranked him as the greatest American writer Emerson and Lowell disparaged his genius America finally has acknowled It in part after hiding her head and going to sleep so long t tJor 0Rev Algernon 8 Orapsey oft chesterN Y holds that the coming century will witness a great unification ibf Christendom but that it will not be doctrinal or ecclesiastical in its baste Well if we all think of it wanst Christs prayer for unity of all of His followers Ohmy I what a disappointment to our ieeaed Lord that His children are not it t more nearly one T Toletoft the great Russianl philosopher has said The 4 church is no longer a center of unity to fire worla because it has no unity in its f selGy Others are writing that to day theFc 5 oae disintegrating force in the world 0Our II Ambassador abroad Mr Oho ate has been ascribing some familiar A quotations to Holy Writ that are not teanli there In London he attributed w Ye saying II Cleanliness is next to God HMBB tothe Bible Others bays often Sr jdonftthe same Itis an old Jewish say i eo we may not wonder as it was J T riyten by a Hebrew and is older than many parts of the Bible Mr Ohoate r t tfsinot stand alone for many other yen Lave made the same mis Gr 0t +IA CapeIAt t r sd je d offpleriIn Enrope today and sad much of him IB our own pa 4 lie is another example of a man r r j 4 who has won his way to his present pOEt by persistent hard work lIe atone Urn took up journalism Frcm the editoiia desk he went into politics Now come his appointment to South Africa when he has won his chief fame o There has ever betn some things abon the Christian church I admire The recent convention at Cincinnati was remarkably eucceetful One thing in particular is to bt commended the mission ary spirit of their congregation Tbi Western Christian Advocate a Motho diet Episcopal paper says Methodism needs a new baptism of their denomiua lima fervor The convention was oni of the moat successful religious aesem blegea held in years c- An Important work of biography is in preparation to be published some tim before prlnlrto Letters and Uemiuis censes of Robert E Lee by the son of the late commander of the Confederate forces Cupt R E Lee Every hear that heal in unison with that great brave Christian General in the UOs will ufgeriy read those memoirs authoritative and valuable as they will be graphic ant pictures quo 0 Dont ever get pessimistic aid say Republics and people are ungrateful after the Dewey fund and the Lawton and Shackleton contributions How glad I am that those two widows with lltth children will have leftI provided for them 1I How my tears are flowing now when I even think of their sorrow 1 lOb there Is nothing my friends in all this wide wide world equal to giving up a companion and being left with helpless dependent cllldrou A mes sage from Manila says Mre Lawton bears her grief bravely Ah what elseI but bravery and trust and resignation can or will carry her through this fiery ordeal 0After the din and turmoil on Wall ftreet oil has been thrown on financial waters The business on the Exchange has been large prices fluctuating and no doubt some of Gothams speculators h d a gloomy Christmas day Legitimate business continue however aud the country Is prosperous and will enter 1000 ready for any conflict likelyI to arise 0 II manyBej There are none to decline your nectared wine But alone you must drink lifes all I dont believe a word of it The bat tleship Texas has brought to America the Maine dead Those poor fellows were the victims of Spanish treachery and they II drank lifes sail alone Dont tell me that every mothers wifes sisters every womans heart is not sad sad beyond expression and weore just as ready to weep with those who weep as to laugh with those who laugh HU Wife Saved Him tlMy wifes good advice saved mv life writes PM Rots of WInfield Tenn for I had such a bad cough I could hardly breathe I steadily grew worse under the doctors treatment but my wife urged me to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which com pletely cured me Coughs Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Pneumonia Asthma Hay Fever and all maladies of Chest Throat and Lungs are positively cured by this marvelous medicine 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Short do Haynes drug store VOTING MACHINE IN ROME A Remarkable Device for Insuring Fairness at Elections A novel voting machine was tested the other day at the government print lug office in Rome It is the work of of Dr G Tresploll a wellknown scion List and his brother Faustus A voter goes to the pooling booth and the official in charge cancels his name on the register and puts in its place a stamp bearing the number of the ward and a progressive number which he obtains by consulting and set ting the machine in operation Until this number is obtained the voter can do nothing for the machine would not act When he learns his number alt he has to do Is to step on the pedal of the machine and press on the ticket bear- Ing the name of the candidate he pro fere Then after he has removed his foot from the pedal he sees under a plate of glass his ticket go directly iuto the ballot box and thus his duty Is done The machine is in the form of a box and It contains scrolls of cardboard on which are printed tbe names of the various candidates After each voter has made his selection a ticket is cut from one of the scrolls and passes into the ballot box which is constantly re volving When the days work la over votesITI 4 RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA No Torture Equal to the Itching and Burning of This Fearful Disease longbeforeburn beginning mistake roughness local Eczemawhich fft moro than iklndeep can not bo reached by local application ointments salves etc applied tho surface Tho disease itself producetithroughI blood I Mr Phil Jones Mlxersvlllo writes ItI had Eczema thirty years and after a great deal I treatment my leg was raw sore that gave mo constant pain finally broke a running sore and I began spread and grow worse tho past five six years I have suffered untold agony given up all hopo ever being from disease as I have been treated by some of best physicians have taken many blood medicines all vain With little faith left I began take 8 apparently made Eczema worse but I knew that this was ContinuingSclear and smooth I was cured Eczema an disease and can not bo cured by a rumedy which ji a tonic Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOODj superior other blood remedies because cures diseases which they canj jIsreach goes causo tho diseaseand will cure worst case Eczema matter what other treatment failed It only blood remedy guaranteed be free from potash mercury any I other mineral never falls cure Eczema Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison Cancer Tetter Rheumatism Sores Ulcers Bolls etc InsistI upon S S S nothing can take its pace e Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Sp I ehic Atlanta Georgia STAGE KISSES ARE GENUINE The Public Demands Realism Ever In Stage Love l1klng Embraces anil kisses are rehearse with the extremes care wrltrs Frank tin Fyles Rehearsal of a Play in tho January LidifV Home Journal They must have Impulsive manner They must look sufficiently fervid It a curious eight that two pLy rs who are to exprrts the ardent love which Shakespeare has written for his Romeo and Juliet but who rehearsal la modern clothes and no acc esories ol glamour practice a kiss as mechanically and unfeelingly as though It Is then utterly devoid sentiment There must bo no hesitation nor clutnsl nest Romeo is not permitted to decide whether to throw both arms around hit or only one or which Nor may Juliet be shy or forward yielding rrsietlng as she cbooseu Tho director will place their arms for them it da not themselves a picturesque ex hibit of And tfie Shall I ba delivered by wooer on the lips the won on brow cheek That question settled Are kisses on the stage genuine Well not at rehearsals except maybe once or twice order to show tho effect fully An actress would regent a real kiss at a rehearsal except when necessary For the satisfaction natural curiosity on that point may be told right here that most of tho kisses in the public perform ances of plays are actual kisses Wintering Celery The largo celery growers of winter the celery houses or frames constructed for the purpose See lt cting a piece of upland dry ground the soil is excavated feet deep frame is then set up which six feet high the ridge pole The roof covered with boards twelve feet in length running from the peak of the roof to the ground surface Enough windows are put in to give needed light Time stiles of the house are banked up all around coarse litter straw or hay cov ered over the roof keep out frost Tnese storage houses or cellars are built 24 feet wide and from 50 to 100 feet in length A building 50 long will hold 50000 heads celery The plants are dug while green the roots left on and they are set upright in the cellars as doe ly together as they can be packed in a few weeks these quarters they are wellblanched and ready for marketing as desired Ex BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Bent Frea Suffeera Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that has resisted doctors hot spring patent medicine treatment quickly yield B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cured such as mucous patches In the mouth sore throat erup- tIons eating sores bone pains skin swollen glands stiff joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases where the hair eyebrows have fallen out the whole skin was a mass of boils pim flea ulcers this wonderful sDjciflc has completely changed the Whole body Into a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B the only known perfectcure for Blood role in So sufferers may and know for cures a trial bot tie will be sent free of charge B for sale by druggists SI per large bottle or 0 large bottles fall treat ment 55 For trial bottle address HOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga t Not much attentlpn Is often paid to the This Is but the and will lead to suffering and torture almost unen durable it a common to regard a and redness of the skin ai merely a irritation it is but an indica tion of a humor In the bloodof terrible and of to tho T of Ind of so and iti It into to For or and had of free the the nnd In to 88and it tho tho and perfectly is obstinate ii only to it It to the bottomto tho of of no has is tho to or and to Open 1 Swift Company of Tim an Is of at It wereas rf sweetheart or they make tenderneffl kiss it the of or or Is considered and In of It Kalamazoo Michigan in two A is at is and or is to feet of and in to to B Indications itching and and B Is test B B D themselves it B B at It HI was nearly dead with dyspppsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and crew worso I used Kodol Dyspep sia Cure That cured mn It digest what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forms o dy spepslaA It Fisher A Great Newspaper The St Louis GlobeDemocrat is un questionably one oegreatest of Amer lean newspapers It has correspondent everywhee and covers every field of news foreign and domestic It isalrictl Republican in politics and is above all ria newspaper and ought to be in every home during the important preeidentla campaign of 1000 The price by mall daily including Sunday is a per year daily without Sunday 11 per year Sundays only 2 per year weekly teauet In semiweekly sections SI1 per year The latter edition Is a big eemi weekly paper almost equal to the average dally at the price of the average weekly It not only gives all the news but also a I great variety of interesting and instruc live reading matter for every member ol the family Write for fret sample copies to tbe Globe Printing Co S Louis Mo Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks HiS put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre tho best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely Vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Short A llaynee Drug Store Etiquette of Conversation Do not taik louJlyor fast A clear distinct voice has great power Do not always begin a conversation by remarking on the weather Do not argue 01 appear to notice other peoples inaccuracies in speech Do not when narrating an Incident keep on saying II You see You know etcDo not speak mockingly of personal defects Somebody present may have the same Do not talk of your private and family rfiairs except to intimate friends and then be careful not to doso often Do not crossquestion people It is bad form to force a confidence but if one is made to you you are bound to re spect it Do not flail fault needlessly even with the weather Tho habit of grumbling at tither people or tnlngi Is most tiles greeableDo talk of things which thd com pany present cannot be interested in By so doing you may show yourself a clever alUlsl1perior pers n Jut you will be voted a bore Do notwhisper If you have anything to say that the general c9mpany may not hear reserve it until you and the person to whom you desire to impart it are aloneDo not interrupt others while speak ing but listen patiently until they have finished Remember that the good lis tener is generally more appreciated than the clever talkAr Having a Great Bunon Chamberlains Cough Remedy Manager Martin of the Pierson drug store informs us that he Is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Rem edy He sells five bottles of that medi cine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days oils grippe there is nothing like Chain berlaina Cough remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief within a very abort time The sales are growing and all who try it ate pleased with its prompt action South Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport i R A Shall man Btephensport t cyf a THE PROOF OF THE COAL IS IN THE BURNING Baskett CoalTELLS ITS OWN STORY When buying coal there are many things to take into con sideration You want a clean economical coal that creates heat without throwing ot ashes and dust and one that leaves clinkersWE WHATYOU WANTA- ll we ask is that you give us a trial and we feel sure of your further patronage for Our Coal Advertises itself n n n SPECIAL PRICES Bill CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburgh Coal Company EASKETT XY H A P P V N E W Y E A R Our stock is replete with many good things Ou- rClothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods and Notions- Are the newest Our Overcoat Department Presents many rare bargains- In all departments there are service able NEW YEAR GIFTS that we are selling at a great sacrifice Make our place your Stopping Headquarters- With a prosperous New Year to all andsoliciting your future patronage with best wishes JOLLY CAIN Irvington Ky A Great Scheme Mr Brown Robinson t Ive discovered a way to get rid of those cigars my wife gave me on my birthday Mr Smith Tones How do you work It lIt Mr Brown Robertson I give one every Wednesday and Sunday evenings to the young man who calls on my daughter The poor chap doesnt dare refuse themllarpers Bazar Kotp It in Your Home And whey the bowels fail to act properly take n dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SVROPJt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels J will keep your system In good working order and make your com l1 ill1clear It lQR BUYS A 350 SUIT KM I KLtttUll If U lLUIin KiKCPlT UOl HLI lug uUUIUtIUIiIlUfIOllUUtMU- rllell kSlK FAITR BlllS AT SOBA NEW SUIT flU roi ANT OF THISC SUITS GMT Oly spTISFACTORT WEAR SEND NO MONEY eu id urwd- en to Uwletbaodu whether large or wail forage and we will tend you tbe ulthyer trlt0n roWteIoer amlnatlon You rari examine II at your eiprcw office and If found perfectly atl Victory and epI n ultW LrIe frasio pay yourexpreu agent our Hpeelal Offer frlrj tlwx and eipreu charged llrran TRUE of SNIE PANT uSUITSf an torboys l to at ltO Wad with drcnta PUT u411111 Uleil too elo at ulutrndlIds tnm a HClal feMvr eglt aillBtulx CaHlBtn neat bandnome ratttra Bae Italian IlnlnetudIaerul tIllulat aa4 nlahrtlai I I rglulta brrparetuuldbeproud4lboa ran CWTIU aa bl3t 110 tbuiq M1r conlalni aihlonItIIUU platl mewlursndfullIAIructlonhowtoordr- Mr I rIaIMep turn 40U uf lam AddrrseSEARSI Ill- lun BMknk a c Ire UarMialj nlUUadiiaA r H A p P IVY IVW A R IiEXPERIENCEi S TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyofndlending asketch and deerptlon ma our lIplnlon freo wbelbe an inventionsI problbl DAtlntble ComruunlCM tunadent aL llandbookouIaient JlMeotalatqnuI iprrtarnoticawithout araoInte Scientific flimrKati A bandiomelrlllnilnilM week r lamest cir culation of any arienlldo loumsl Tern 53s M rkJkaDJ3 j c a Yr- n tr PTr711 = JP I t t I y 4 THE BREQKENRIIXm NEWS WIaDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 raI = BRECKEKR1GB NEWS JIM a D V Q Elbago Editors sad Prcfrfetri CARDS OF H1AXKS Ter IITUIM eUrjttd rral ibrateefloeetaperihe OBITUARIES narei rr alIke ratel or Seentt peruse MOSEY IN ADVANCE caaNet find You X neTht return of T6ur order tntructiult us to deonth- wn tor or anpaper addJ oot enahleour toemply wllb your request unless you otateto which pot ofte your paper has been going VVe could not otherwise fini your name on our lut 1Xid partVheaapereouordenapiperdixrn soy Thelawaof the o t United Sate afford i thli protection to publishers i THE BK CXBIIUDO Niwiii a home Journal oej k voted totba IDterutl of reehorldce ecunty and eouoties It betters lu protons odllhborlrc only i merantarpnrsulu 10 moving onward and upward notgres but In armlnca well ribs llevesln adopting tfi bet methods to reach th- tlf t beat iciults and Is an adocate ul progreaaa- j Has It Gan eightpsge Journal read with Intel r est and profit by people of all classea and ages In ai- vane III subscription price itjioo per year payable Upad aUbe end of the year 1115 lImlt I l oftic rooDey order check expressmoo- order reRistered letter or lor ceol tamJ- DlJs lllTAGt Pnbllther CoxoiticssMASELECT UoBsBxs writes an autobiography in which he is ungallant enough to ignore the three Mrs Roberts TUB chairman oftheDemocratic Com mittee in the State of New York Is of the opinion that silver will not be the w issue before the country ip the national campaign next year lIe thinks however that there Is no doubt that W J Bryan will be put ac this head of the ticket The table allowing filerelative value of feeding stuffs for animals published in our last issue is of infinite importance to thinking farmers It is the result of the most scientific and modern analysis by the most experienced lights of the day and should bo kept M a guide to their work along this line n TilE fund raised in the United States for the widow of General Lawton who was killed in the Philippines has reached thousand dollars Hiemore than eighty contribution was a voluntary fund mostly individual Thev knewfrom private General Lawton and recognized him as a great officer and one who bad done much in defense of his country MB R F DULANEY is on the river track oa regards good roads in his article last week If we lead paid officials to attend to the matter and realized the importance of securing rapid and eats transit from one point of the county to another It would not be many moons before old Dreckenridge could excel most of the counties jjc the Blue Grass State WE AIIB in receipt of a pretty calendar with accompanying words of cheer and good wishes from Barnhart Bros d Spindler the mammoth typefounders and eltctrotypers of Chicago These Ira ternal greetings between business men are getting to be a settled custom and one that should be perpetuated Busi ness is cold and formal enough and these marks of friendliness and Interest put a dash of human nature and sociability into it that is good to feel A OBKAT many Uemocrata have grave doubts as to the wisdom of Mr Goebel pushing his contest for Governor before the Legislature They think that Inasmuch as the Democratic Board of Com missioners saw proper to declare Mr Taylorelected on the face of the returns this should end time matter Tide is Mr Wattersous view who was a warm advocate of Mr Goebel Mr Wattersona suggestions in this regard are worth something because of his great expert ence in political affairs and life thorough knowledge of public men But It is hardly probable that those who have things in hand in and about Frankfort will do anything other than fight it out on the lines already given out it matters not who might suggest a different course ONE of the most interesting articles published in this Journal for some time was that from the pen of Miss Maud Ad klsson in last weeks paper on the Apache Indian Miss Adkieson was a resident of Guston Ky until she went to teach in a Presbyterian mission school in Oklahoma Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescript ion from reputable physicians as the damage they will do ia ten fold to the good you can possibly deriyo from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken Internally act ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu Inc It is taken internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free i fSold by Druggists price 7Cc per bottle To Whom lt May Concern This Is to notify you that the United States Court which was to meet January 22d 1000 at Owensboro Keutucky will be adjourned over and meet February fifth 5th 1000 at Owensboro Ken tucky All witneeees defendants on bond and attorneys will therefore attend February 5th 1000 and not come January 22d 1900 Time SPEED Clerk By Dudley Llndsey D Cy I HARDINSBURG R N Miller is In FrJl11kfortf Mr O L Beard has a position with the Bank of Hardinsburg The Ohio Valley Telephone Company ia covering the town with its new lines B F Beard and his daughter Mies Bessie think of going to Cuba in a few weeks IPlease dont forget It that there are Borne bargains in shoes at the Eclipse GroceryFrank Haswellof Cloverport was here last week and spent a few days with his motherCall on W J Mattingly when you want your picture made Satisfaction guaranteed Crit Hambleton has moved his barbershop over off Main street next door tto- J W Guthrle Clyde and Dallla Skillinao of Mardi county were here last week visiting Mr Henry Sklllmans family One hundred piec a of choice glass ward given away at the Eclipse Grocer Call and see how it is done Anything in the way of pictures can be had at Mattinglys gallery opposite courthouse on the South side Do you hate to see a woman cry Then dont trample on her feelings A good woman said to us the other day Men are so hateful sometimes they just need killing The little threeyearold child of Mr Lewis Atwood was badly burntd one day tart week Her clothes caught fire be fore an open fireplace and uefore her mother could reach her she was badly burnedThe following new pupils entered the Breckenridge ormal College last Monday Joseph Smith Meado county Tlce McCoy E 0 Lampton Phelps Walker Miss Fannie Glasscock Johnnie Skill man and Z 0 Hendrick Major Horace Scott of this city has a son in the army and he is now at Ma nila The boy writes back home that he would relish a good square meal once more Aside from this he is not displeased with his surroundings Pug Heston writes home from Califor nia that he likes his home and surround logs very well but that he would give the best shirt he has to be back in liar dinsburg if it were only for two hours A great many fellows erounu here remember Pug as one who woro the hici set standing collar of any man woman or child in town While Pug way a boy and growing up here he had a hundred dollars worth of fun for every minute 1 1 Lila life When he left here he left a host of friends behind him I heard of threo little innocent chil dren living close to Hardinsburg who looked for Santa Claus on Obrismaa night but ho did not come to their house The little fellows were disap pointed of course One of their neighbors came to town last week and spoke of it and old Santa was directed to getup his pack and go to that house on New Year The children were told to look for him which they did and how glad they wore on New Years morning whet they awoke and found that they had not been forgotten enthely That was a very happy marriage which occurred out at West View on Christmas Day the contracting parties being Mr Charles Brewlngtou of Hardinsburg and Miss Bettle Roberts the daughter of the Rev Felix Roberts Tue marriage took place at the old Mount Zion Church amid a number of friends the Rev FM Petty officiating After the ceremony the friends of the parties repaired to the home of the bride where a delicious lunch was served When the new telephone is established between here and Cloverport we want it understood that the women on each end of the line are not to do all the talking The poor men must be given a chance They can rarely get In a word edgewise however when the fair sex are on deck Yet a woman will tell you that she doesnl gossip and in less than five minutes she will meet a friend on the corner and not get home until dinner time Blind Berry an old colored citizen of Haidinsburg died last Monday at eleven oclock Uncle Berry has been a familiar figure on the streets of Hardins burg for more than fifty years He was upwards of eighty years of age and was a typical old Virginia darkey Blind as he was he could go to any part of the town without an escort Forty years ago when the old Hambleton hotel wastbe chief hostelry for this town Uncle Berry was tjie chief porter and the high digni tary of the establishment He served there many years and waited upon all the court officals and politicians thatI stopped there In those days Last Monday was a dull day in lIar dinsburg We have heard it said often that the first Monday in the new year was always a big day for thIs town a day when the farmer and his neighbors all came to town But things are not like they were years ago We dont see the stores full of people and the farmers moving afoul greeting old friends as in days past They find BO many places to stop before they get here The townie aaI attractive possibly as it ever was but attractions are coming on elsewhere and we must overcome them to bring bmtCk prosperity r I The friends of Mrs Ward Davies ifill w14 q r yswenw be surprised and grieved to learn of hei death which occurred at Jetse Macys near Garfield last Tuesday night Mrs Macys illness WAS of short duration but- IIhe was prepared to meet the mefl81nKer when the summons came She and hu husband and child had gone to MrI Macys to spend the holidays and she became ill while there The death ol Mra Macy was a great shock to her hus bandwho had no intimation that the end was near Together they had plunged and worked and built them a comfortable little home In the country and being out of debt hoped to enjoy it together for many years The contest on the local optlon fight will bo heard here the third Monday Iin this month The matter will como before the County Board of Elrctl n Com missions viz Tice Jolly Taylor Beard and John Jennings Both sides are are ranging for a pritty warm fight The contest cornea up on the vote being taken In the district as a whole and not by orecinctp as first ordered by the Cpunty Court The localoption peoplewho won their fight by a decisive majority say that the objections coming Irom the saloon people are merely technical and that they will not amount to anything They nave employed some strong legal talent to put the matter through and Iif defeated before the County Board the case will be appealed Dr Balls Cough Syrup euros the wont cold In a day stops the running of the note brookt the fever and banhhes all tendencies toward pneumonia It lIs the qnickeit reliever and carer of ttroat and lung dlieatet GLENDEANE lire Dewees is visiting in Owensboro Rodgers Bates of Fern Creek is visiting relatives here Every Icehouse here Is lull of the lines ice put up for years Edward Pweatt went to Fordsville Sat urday and stayed over Sunday Mrs Amanda Moorman and others spent Sunday at Jeff Owens hospitable homeMr Wick Moorman and Miss Mary Moorman were visitors at W J Dennoo Sunday Johnnie Mattingly Is preparing for a big spring trade in the line of plowp his shop Is now filled with choice Implements Miss Mary Moorman Mica Daisy Deane and Miss May Dempster were guests of Mrs W R Moormans Friday night and SaturdayThe en corgregation has made up a box of good things which they send today to their pastor Rev W B Rut ledge Cloverport Conductor Tilford is out in a new blue suit and a conductors cap for the new year its a pleasure to travel on him road and a look at Jerry will put the sourest man in a good Uuiror Bro Miller Falls of Rough preached at Glen Jeane Sunday lie will preach regularly at 11 oclock each first Sunday He has completed arrangements which will let him oe away from his church at the Falls once each month The Glendeane Sundayschool grow ing In interest and increasing In num bars Sunday they reelected W C Moorman superintendent which was a wise action and started earnestly Into tho work of the new year The bridge crew have been here for two or throe months and will be missed when they leave for Fordsville this week They are a good set of men and Fords ville may give them a good welcome for the next ten or twelve weeks- Seriously 11ft J 0 Claycomb a prominent farmer residing near Irvington was taken se riously III last Saturday and Is not expected to live I want to let people who suffer Iron rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor bad failed It ia the best jinn ment I hays ever known J A Dod ten Alpharetta Ga Thousands have been cured rheumatism by this remedy One application relieves the pain For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Stepheneport Visits His Birthplace T H Richardson of Moody Texas who has been visiting relatives at liar dinsburg was in town Wednesday He was born here thirty years ago and cameo visit the place of his birth He was accompanied by Mr Coleman Haswell u Kodolyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests tho food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is thelatest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- IckHeadacheGaatralglaCrampe ant all other results of Imperfect digestion Prlco roc audit lArgo llze contains ZKtlmcs mU cUo Book allabout djipepela mailed free Pnpartd by C C DcWIlT s CQ Chicago For sale by A R Fisher Clorerport iofI l v BALLTOWN Frank Mattingly Is on the sick list 0 B Fate visited relatives at Jolly SundayWillie Whitehouse returned from Owensboro Monday Mrs Rosa Wbllebouse ia contemplat log moving to Cloverport in the near futureMrs Callctta Taut and two children returned to their home at Owensboro Sunday Mr John E Brickeys family who have nearly all been sick for the past montb are slowly imprdving Miss Mamie Bardette of Cave Spring who has been visiting Miss Nellie Wbitehouge and other relatives here has returned home Mr Raymond Burdette and tIles Hot tie Ryan both of Caye Spring neighborhood eloped and were married at Can nelton New Years Day Mr Patrick Bates after an absence of nearly three years is visiting friends and relatives hero Mr Bates now holds a position with tho Wabash railroad in Decatur III Miss Rosa Beavin aud Mr James Crenbhaw Mrs John Ryan noe Oren straw widow of John Ryan deceased and Mr Joseph Beavln all of this and adjoining communities were quietly married at St Marys Catholic Church last Wednesday Mr Joseph Howard after an absenca of seventeen years is visiting his old home He is a brother of Dr Wm Howard of this place and has many friends and relatives here who were glad to meet him He is located in the State of Oregon Notice All delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified to como forward at once and set tie their back taxes for the years 1800 1807 and 1809 In tho case of those who fail to comply after due warning I shall be compelled to resort to the law CLARKNCE KEITH Tax Collector City of Cloverport Take time by the forelock If your blood Is out of order begin taking Hoods Sareaparilla at once and prevent serious Illness In Honor of Miss Mppel Miss Effie Swapgot entertained Monday night in honor of Miss Lillian Sip pel of Cloverport and Mr CyrusBrady of Oregon Refreshments were served and a pleasant evening spent Owens boro Inquirer II r le p coughing cWeknow of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough and you Will succeed in reducingyour weight losing your appetite bringIng on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of con sumptlonStop coughing and you will get w- ellAMers cberrg Pecto1IIcures An ordinary cough disap pears In a single night The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mas teredoAnd if not too far along the coughs of con sumptlon are completely curedAsk your druggist for one of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster It will aid the action of the 6 Cherry PectoralII If you daIrIlbcomplatdtwhat- ever I best medical advice you can Oulbl obtain write us wlirrecelv a prompt reply that may ba ot great value to you Address UK J C ATlilt Lowell us i Hlngllng With Friends Mr Richard Witt of Rosetta was in town last week Mr Witt formerly resided in this city His friends were glad to see him and he Is the same jolly and con genial fellow and from appearances country life agrees with him Mr Witt was stopping at the home of his daughter Mrs Julius 0 NoltE BARGAINS ARE YOU READY FOR THEM They are always ready for you at our house This is so in every article of merchandise on our shelves Right in the begin ning of this new year we propose to make the thing hot in PRCES 1 all alopg the lino There is plenty of money in the country and good business men predict a greater volumn of business than we even had last year But the average dealer cannot get in it un less ho cuts tho profits close THIS IS OUR MOTTO For several months tho prices on Shoes haue been steadily advancing yet we are holding ours at the same old figures i GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU THAT WE CAN SAVE YOU SOMEii MONEY JN THIS LINE i IIALSOB IN Clotting OUR STOOK O- FGRQCERIES is far ahead of any other house in town BRING US YOUR PRODUCE THE ECLIPSE 1 HARDINSBURG KY t6414w If 1 q A 4111 u AREHS YoiJJ Alive To Your If so we want to say that the pricesjof JACKETS and CAPES have been t simply I l SLAUGHTEREDJJ and you can get one from us at almost a song f One Price THE FAIR PriceC DEATH FROM BUTTEit The dread Typhoid fever and fashionable though painful append cetis is often brought on from impure articles of diet Avoid mar urine or bull and hog butter Also inquire not only who made tho butter you use but something about the cows hoalth and environment Mrs So and So always makes good butter is a com mon expression but her half starved cow that has the hollow horn and is turned out on a zero day to seek protection on the lea side of a barbed wire fence makes somo folks doubt its being good butterII manufacture butter from a healthy and well fed herd of Jerseys and use the centrifugal cream separator and all improved dairy machin 10 ery that is used in our best creameries or known to modern butter mak ing and guarantee my butter equal to the finest Elgin i 1 Put up in meat packages ofu5 10 AND 25 LBS Wrapped inparchracnt I also have Poland China Pigs for sale from registered stock Kentucky has none better and few as goodtI refer to any one who has ever seen my stock Satisfaction or your money back Dr P W FOOTE Irvington Ky LAKELAND DAIRY FARM O t i ii iii Match our Prices i 181bs Granulated Sugar 1 Polks Best Tomatoes 3pound cans 3 for 25 Best Green Tea 50c lb Heinzs Pickles G doz for 25o i Polks Corn2 Ib can 2 for 15o 4 lbs crackers 25o Roasted Coffee 12o lb Lemons 15c doz Dewey Cakes Finest Cream t Goods at these prices cannot IiIiby JULIUS will receive attenti ontr CLOVERPORT KY i iN NNN N t+N N N N a EDUs ONE DOLLAI- Attht4l44 l1ta l llk tlOOu4v amNLtd 1 qCSU rash OEOIS kitnliMC o DMUMI uwutllo Yon can It at your nearNt tnltht depc rtpracntod equal to orsuu tlu nwtMt TDI ronOTer uwand yhfNlibt1W1 Ibl LOG or e10t IoDd frelebthargeaLiiiI f31151S SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE N kTMktn Hofi aa offer waa a yep 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aaLtfaloraymantiryohDu fn7ortl 9UQ1 ja a w mbat afteoo00 e wawa oC 111 Il- mkstoeamp amAyLOtOpopletatntro bnUdley weWtN 7MLOeWNIW ql ale tpe ktlnrtnmryN lowN wtofllp Write fatree salatlsrttnW tIOfGai adenm i Masalat samR nIOfi U 190dIMLI fIlIAwIt I U l flnt4 II J L t J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 101900II 5 n t + ArresteaL adiease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and- S favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures rSICK HEADACHE souf stomach malaria indiges v Hon torpid liver constipation ahd all bilious diseases 5Ii rTs Liver PILLS 13RECKE RIDGE NEWSY Y t jajaja jaijat ttajaja jajajlta s It M The News in Brief J 4444 4444 44444 4444 r Read the NEws r Buy your stationery from Babbages Robert E Woods spent Tuesday night 1here John W Jarrett Jr was in town Sat urdayII j Free telephone service to Hardlne burg Mies Emma Stites has returned from Louisville Mica Addle G Ditto has returned to iLouIsville Read our new story which appears In this issue i Mj Frank Haswell has been sick for several day Capt A J Gross of Holt was In the city Monday Ed Kelly of lraweayllle spent Satur da evening here- County1 Board of Health met at Hardinsbarg Monday s4 Mrs Forest Lightfoot spent ebveral days In Hawesville last week + W J Dean of Ulendeane attended 4the Masonic banquet Tuesday night Assistant Postmaster Marion Weather I boltepeut Sunday at Cannelton Ind i Mrs Charles Lightfoot who has been visiting at Sorgho has returned home v v Mre Ella La Neave left Monday night fora months visit In Nashville Tenn GlendeanehIis the guest of Miss Lulu Owen ibis week x Forrest Haynes and Mrs Morgan Fon talne ofUolt were in the city Saturday Miss Ruth Sterrett of Skillman was 1 the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Rosslast f week i You get the newest article on the mar ket when you buy your stationery of ttDabbage MrsNelson Jollyot Jolly Statlonspent several days here laat week the guest of Jits Yeager Mits Ruth Haynes left Monday for Bowling Green where she will enter v Potter College Miss Hallie Moorman one of Glen f Jdeanee most popular young ladles is tre pisiting relatives here I I J A4W Smith of this county has completed the delivery of his crop of ton bacco to J B Pace Jr k Co JJohn Higgins Irvingtonsja popular druggist was in the city Sunday the 1 r guest of Mr Andrew Severs i t rrMrs M 0 Keollelon of Nashville Tenn arrived Saturday to spend two l StiteslSam Stites popular on the Henderson ronte was a guest at the Masonic banquet Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswell of Hardinsburg spent a portion of last week I with Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell Mr Thomas Lane en route home from T a visit to relatives inOLemore stopped off for a short stay with relatives here S Mrs Morgan Fontaine and Miss Forrle Hardin of Hot spent Saturday with their sister Mrs James T Skillman Mr Hal Weatherholt of Tobinsport Ind has commenced the study of pharmacy under Mr Jesse W Owen Mr A J Pate who has been living at lenderson for the past four years re rnthisconnty Friday with his family Mrs Wm Galloway will leave tomor J row for Dolpbna Ky to see her danith r terMrs Wm Redman who is quite ill Miss Mary Rldgely Griffith of Owens boro and Misa Echo Hart of New York were the guesta of the Misses Bowmer Sunday evening t Miss MIle Veach and Miss Amelia Lane returned to their home at Owens bore last Sunday morning Jrom a visit to relatlvee IIn the city John A Harrison manager of the telephone at this place was in HardhuBurg several days last week put ting in telephone boxes yY Col Strother Bland of Hardin county uia the city He Is visiting Mr and Mrs A+ R Fisher Col Bland is one of that countys welltodo farmers L JfraNaca Lewis who has been ill for several weeks at the St Joseph Infirmary at Louisville ia much improved in health J isd will return to her home very shortly f rr t Kr Roland Smith I of Stephensport k 1 itsiJ8 the city Saturday Mr Smith sj l a high terms of his hnainew and 1 uILwat to better than the year- itiP t I C irKedof1 Eats of Decatur Ill was i oWBrteeIe Mr Bates Is vWUag 4 r WfijMUjMita atJoll Station He haa a lj i veJoeIaire on the Wa J iiMh Mulroad q = I W H Bowmer went to Louisville yes terday 4 Pete Gregory Is In the city visiting relativesSour kraut the best we have ever MldSulzereI S Mrs George Short left Monday for fowling Green- Everything good toeat at Sulzera grocery department II L Stader went to Haweaville yes terday on bualnesp Born to the wife of TN Berry Satur day evening Jan 0 a boy The newest eflVcts in mattings and of American manufacture at Sulzers The Louisville Evansville Packet Line Company have resumed traffic Clarence Board of the Henderson Route work train was in town yester day t Mies Mary Moorman left today to vis it her cousin Miss Ruth Sterett at Skill manD W Lewis representing Val Blalz Sons Co of Louisville was in town yes terday Rose glycerine ffir chapped hands faces and lipstry it none better Sul zerB Iyotan rugs something every house keeper should have Take a look at em at Snlzers Should you find your carpet begin ning to wear outexamine the mattings shown at Sulzetd Mrs J D Gregory of Louisville spent a few days last week with her mother Mre Amanda Graham Mrs Eliza Taylor of Rosetta has reached this city and is the guest of her mother Mrs Elvira JBabbage Jesse Graham of Henderson was in this city Friday He was all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy Fount Nengent We are expecting our new embroideries and laces in eyery day will have a com plete line Come and see them Sulzsre The Misses now er gave a chafing dish party Friday night in honor of their guest Miss Lucille Sterett of Hawes vine WHbnrn Gregory who has been spend ing Xmas with his parents Mr and Mrs J D Gregory of Louisville has returned homeDavid W Sloan who for years resided near this city and operated a coal mine but now of Owensboro reached this city yesterdayLieutenant Willis of Maysvllle for merly of the Fourth Kentucky volun teers was the guest last week of Col D R Murray L 0 Waggoner Charlie Elder and James E Chapin were in town yester day with twentynine head of hogs to be shipped to Louisville Mrs Morris Beard and Mrs Green Beard of Hardinsburg spent Tuesdav here the guests of Mrs David Murray and Mrs Mary Raitt Mr Wood Weatherholt has secured the contract of carrying the Tobinsport mall to this office He receives the com pensation of 00 for this servica Mrs Amanda Graham went to Hen derson Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Jesse Graham for a few days On her return aha vtil visit relatives it WaitmanThe Reading club which was delightfully entertained by Miss Llnnle DeHuy last Thursday will meet at the home of Miss Lula Owen tomorrow after noon The committee who have the Ralph Bingham entertainment in charge are requested to meet at the home of Mrs P Wingert on Main street Friday afternoon at three oclock Miss Florence Cottrell entertained several friends to tea last Wednesday night Those who enjoyed her hospitality were Misses Nellie Gregory Marion Bowmer Fannie Smith and Rath Haynes Mr and Mrs John Neubauer enter tained Monday evening December 25th at their home in honor of Miss Sallie reach and Mlsa Amelia and Miss Amelia Lane of Owensboro Miss Maud Rice of Greenville who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Jno A Barry forseveral weeks left this morn ing to visit her cousin Miss Luella Martin in Louisville Miss Mary Moorman gave a dinner party yesterday in honor of Misses Ruth Sterett Skillman and Lucille Sterett Hawesville Others who were present were Misses Mary Jarboe Ella Robertson Mrgaret Elizabeth and Marlon BowmerCommencing with this issue theN ws will run a new story entitled The Cruel fixion of Philip Strong by Rev Charles M Sheldon author of In His Steps This Is another story of the same charac ter and strength as the latter If you read the first chapters you will not miss those which foll- owSummer colds are noted for hanging on They weaken your throat and lungs and lead tto serious trouble Dontt trifle with them Take Scotts Emulsion at once IIti soothes heals and cures 50cudSIt t AUdratdtt The Event of the Season Ralph Blngham the monologue artist whose reputation Is world wide will give an entertainment at the Methodist church Monday night Jan 22od He is gay and grave comic and pathetic and can entertain the most critical au dience His coming wljl4bethe event of the season Tickets shoutt beeprotired MearI The ueTrade The young mens dancing club of this place gave a delightful entertainment at Vests Hall last Wednesday night Every one came in fancy costumes with masked faces which added much merri ment to the Decision Music was furnished by the Cannelton band and a pleasant time enjoyed by all The next entertainment given by this club will probably beon the 22nd of February A Can of Gasoline Explodes Saturday afternoon the home of Mr Stuart Weatherholts caught fire from the explosion of a can filled with gaso line Before his neighbors could be sum moned the house was under such head way that the fire was uncontrollable Mr Weatherholt and wife were both se yerely burned about the hands They lost all of their household effects Burled Near Irvington BKWLEYVJLLE KY Jan Otb Special William Hardaway son of J M Hard away who has been living in Jefferson county for several years died at his home Saturday afternoon He had been very ill for a week or more The body was brought to Irvington Sunday even ing and buried at the Hardaway burial ground on Mr Blanfords farm Monday morning Mr Hardaway was still a young man and the ways of Providence seem indeed strange There are his wife five small children and both pa rents besides numerous friends who mourn his loss What We Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain us but it must be digested and assimilated before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in food must be separated by the digestive organs from tue waste materials and must be carried by the blood to all parts of the body We believe the reason for the great benefit which so many people de rive from Hoods Sarsaparilla lies in the fact that this medicine gives good diges tion and makes pure rich blood It re stores the function of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to nerves and muscles It also cures dyspepsia scrofula salt rheum boils sores pimples and eruptions ca tarrh rheumatism and all diseases that have their origin in impure blood RELIGIOUS NOVEL County Attorney Rube fllller Writing A Novel GLENDEANE KY Jan 2 1000Spec- lalHow many people know that Rube Miller is writing a book Well he is and it will be before the public ere the year is half gone It is a religious novel Rube is full of surprises and always rlsec to the occasion with ability which mas ters the situation His manuscript has in part been submitted and is pronounced of a very superior order The publisher is anxious to contract for its publication without seeing conclusion so well pleased he is with the first half of the story Mr J Sheer Sedalla Mo saved his childejlife by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors bad given her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure for coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at- onceA R Fisher THE COUNTY SEAT SERENE There Wasnt any Cutting or Slash Ing as Reported HABDIKSDUBQ KYSpeclalTbefel low who wrote that article last week about everybody being on a big drunk here Christmas must have been pretty heavily loaded himself The town was not as quiet as a grave yard but there wasnt the cutting and slashing etc that he depicted What crank got that off anyhow The Maycjr of this town is laying for him and will give him a black eye on sight Dr Bulls Cough Syrup that mar reloui medicine for throat and lung trouble quickly relieves and cures the pjfoful breathing and dargtrouilyiounding cough Indicative of con Bested lunge No other remedy Ili lit equal SCHOOL REPORT District No at School closed Friday Dec 22 1899 Pupils monthly average for last month EmmaJWebeter 00 Nellie Orewa 98 Georgia Potts 98 Jim Havcraft 03 Lester Frank 97 Annie McQ- Gardaer 97 Board 07 Docia Eaten 07 Harriet Adami 90 Jeans Bates 00 Lucy Brown 04 Myrtle Bland 95 Estlll Frank OS Owen Dates OZ Everet Haycraft 02 Harry Bates 91 mel Pate 00 May Ball 8Zada Nichols 98 Jennie Bee Ball US Jessie Bland 07 Ethel McGary 08 Willie Potts 07 Willie Ball 03 Maggie Frank 90 Ray Wright 94 Ella McGary 04 112WalterI Ollle Ball 90 Goldia Bland D3 Mend Ball 94 Frank Cosby 90 Lizzu OOOUBB Teacher TAR SPRINGS J L Hawkins Is building an addition to his house Little Ruby Hawkins had her arm broken not long since from a tall from a horse Mlsa Flora Ryan of Pisgab who lies been visiting at Irvington for sometime is at home again Mrs Mase Hawkins and little dauph tbr Hazel are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L Pate Willie Brickey of Balltown who has been to Kansas for the past e htoen months is at home again Mr Burton Orum who has been at Evansville since last March came home Xmas to visit his parents and friend Misses Maggie Bates of Plfgah and Emma Lu Bates of Balltown were the guests of Miss Effle Hambletori last Sun dayThe news of Mrs Tom McG avocks deathwhich occured Dec 23rd was quite a shock to this community We deeply sympathize with the stricken familyOne goneThehomeCancalledThegivenAnd liesThePostmaster SlatonSerlously III News has reached this city of the ser tons illness of Mr John Slaton at Rosetta He is confined to his bed with Brlghts disease and is not expected to live Mr Slaton was for many years county jailor of this county and Is now the present postmaster at Rosetta I I r o s JWANTS Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion LEGAL BUNKS IDOH SALEBlank Deeds and Mortgages and JIIKCKENI I OH SALECertificate in Bryant Iz Stratton Uuilneii College LoaUvIIle KT Apply to IFI NEWS OF1ICEI1160 1 KR DAY IwItenllelmenenspott Ky C EDQBWOOD DEKKSniKES tl myherdHerWillbreeding and captured a gf aRe ol the desirable prizes The prlf boar Headlight Jr 43994 ml df1 Duke nth In service Iigi of theii sale My brood soira are of bet America And English trains Come and see me CALUWKIL NORTON Louisville Kr Masonic Fraternity Custer Lodge No 024 of P A M in Annual meeting December 27th 1890 The following officers were elected for the ensuing year J M Butler Master Harry Harrington S M Dr J M Meador J M James Brown Treasurer George Harned Secretary W E But ler S P W H Board J P M K Lookard Tyler Shelby Triplet Mfcr shal Rev J 0 Lyon Chaplain GEonon UARllAN Secy Broken Arm Mr Henry Pata who resides nt Beech Fork ahie felling trees Thursday broke his right arm I LET US TALKT- HE MATTER OVER We have bought this space and propose to use it in talking to the public about our business and the goods we have to sell We have just bought a big line of Spring goods suita rightlowCollars Bridles Harness Saddles Gearing of any kind we can furnish you with the best at lowest possible prices We have about a dozen HEATING STOVES bought before the advance but we dont ask any more for them They go at the old price SJSJZB TO 500If we had to buy them now the price would be 350 to S600 In = FURNITUREWo have a splendid assortment of Ohairs Rockers Bedsteads Iron and Wood Safes Tables and Dressers The prices speak for thems- elvesSewing Machines at 815 825 and Automatic Eldridgo B 835 guaranteed for 5 years These are splendid machines guaranteed to do goodwork A full line of EARD ARENails DrdWingKnives SEEDS Clover and Timothy Orchard i Grass Herds Grass and Blue lGrass If you are in the market for any of these goods we want you to call and see us We will treat you right Call and See Us and Talk the Matter Over McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky PURE HOME GROWN- NORTHERN Irishr Potatoes THESE ARE GENUINE STOCK Warranted to bo the best Burkees Early come a week earlier than any other potatoo t- BtigRies Wagons and Farm Imple ments Plows Fertilizers Dressed Lum ber Windows and Doors Laths Shingles Lime and Cemen- tSADDLES AND HARNESS RS ANDYIrvington Kytt 3F 3k rNNNNNNN N i 4 iiAn Ideal Substituteti t + i For Carpets iilIAS NO E UALiiff- A Net Thing ll- ii Isn t yourcarpet almostfi 4 gone If it ist ii- ll Dont Delay j IIJ 2 But come to SULZERS and t iithoroughly examine their 1ineff IofI Grass MflTTifliM HiflivvlIigS s ann Rugss I i J In all colors s The goods is of American manufacture and is guaran I teed to give satisfaction All e who have used these goods o speak highly of its wearing I qualities and are better sat isfied than if they had bought 2 a carpet= The goods are open for e- e inspection and When once seen there isnt any doubt e T 0Ti 1 a SULZERS I Phone 5 Ring 2 N N N A Happy New Year And many thanks for your past patronage Begin the new year in the right path by trading a- tMeade Countys Largest Store Here your wants can be supplied at the o Lowest Price tiflQEjj 1IF EtfWr IW1I J JT j enteruponourgreatSacrifice Odds and Ends making room for SPRING GOODS It is a RARE BARGAIN SALE and all kinds of goods must go regardless of priceAll departments are overloaded with good values and it will pay not to let this month Go Byrr without examining the many val ues + M MEYER H BIG SPRINGS K- Y4klPUBLIC SALE AT IRVINGTON On January 27th there will be sold to the highest and best bidder five Town Lots in the Town of Irvington together with the College building Desks etc contained therein Terms of sale made knownon day of sale yii jV n tf tf i if I t 0 ltas1 BiCkENiJE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY IP 1900J I c L L w + +k 4 O tt il 1 THE CRUGIFIXIONOLPHILIP STRONDG11 4 J By REV CHARLES M SHELDON1 I + Author of In His Steps What Would Jesus Do P Malcom c 0 Kirk Eobcrt Hardys Seven Days Etc ti a+ CemirioM 1S93 by The Adran ruMWifnff Co + 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + p + + + O CHAPTIUI I 4 Philip Strong could not decide whet was best to do Tho postman that evening had brought him two letters and he hind just finished reading them lIe sat It with his hands clasped over his knee leaning back In his chair and looking out through his study window He c was evidently thinking very bard and the two letters were the cause of It Finally he rose went to his study door and called down the stairs 1 Sarah I wish you would como up J hero I want your help Iti1 right Philip Ill be up In n rain ute responded a voice from below and very soon the ministers wife came up stairs Into her husbands study Whats the matter she said as I she came Into the room It must be BOiuithliiR very serious for you dont call me up here unless you are In great distress You remember the last time you railed me you had shut the taseel of your dressing gown under the lid of your writing desk and I had to cut you loose You arent fast anywhere now are you Philip smiled quaintly Yes I am Im In n strait betwixt two Let me read these letters and you will sec So he began nt once and we will copy the letters omitting dates CULTABT Qnmcn MIITOX Tin Philip Strong Dear SirAt t mwlinc of the Milton Calrary cur h heldl Lilt wek It WM voted unanimously to exttml you a nil to tie pattor of this church at a salary of ftOOO a year We trust that you v1iII And It In accordant with the Will of tho Illad of the church to alt this Hellion on the rart d Calvary church and become Its pastor The churth Is In rood condition arid his tbe hearty support of most ot the leading fsmlllea In the town It IIs tbe strongest In nxniberahlp and flnandnlly of the seven principal churches hut Wo await your reply confidently lioping you will decide to come to us We have been without a I scttlrJ pastor now for nearly a year since the I death of Dr Drown and we have united upon 1 you as the ron mot eminently Sited to fill the I pulpit of Calvary church The trite of our Lord 1Lewith you In behalf of the church WILLIAM UlXTtn Chairman of the Hoard of TrJttees What do you think of that Sa rahV asked Philip Strong as he Uulsh ed the letter Two thousand dollars Is twice as much as you Lire getting now Philip What you mercenary little creature do you think of the salary first If I did not think of It once in awhile I doubt If you would have a de REV ClIAKLES SII SHELDON a cent meal or a good suit of clothes replied the ministers wife looking at him with a simile Oh well that may be Surah But let iin road you the other iettcrtr ho went cm without discussing the salary matter CHAIKI HILL CumcH KUIIULC Her Philip Strong Dear Iiritlwr At a meeting of the Elmdsle CfcaH 11111 church held heat week Thursday It WM uiauimoiMly toted to extend you a call tote nur paitor of the church at a salary of f4000 a rer with two month vacation to Ibe selected rt i ur own comenlence The Chapel 11111 church Is In u profprruus condition and many of the mtrat n recall your rarest In the college with much Iiiisure This IIs an nperlally strung cen ter fr ihurrh wurk the proximity of the boys acuJrmv mid the university making the situation ono of Tvkt IIOWIT to a man who thoroughly un CTstM li auil enjoys jmnu men at we know you do We molt earnestly hope you will consider this call oct aa purely formal but u front the bran I the people Wo are very cordially yours 100 behalf of the chureiiIIOfBMOB URIUIIK- CtMlraum of the Hoard of Trustees What do you think of that asked the inlnWer again TIll salary Is Just the same Isnt It Now Sarah said the minister It I dint know what a generous unself ish 11 art you really have I should get very vexed at you for talking about the salary as If that was the most 1m portaut thing L Till salary Is very Important though Cut you know Philip I would be as villltig as you arc to live on no salary If the grocer and butcher would con tlnue to teed us for nothing I wish from tie bottom of my heart that wo cpuld live without money It Is a bother Isnt It replied Phil ip so gravely that his wife laughed heartily at his tone aWlIl the question Is what to do with the letters resumed the ministerI y Which of the two churches do you prefer asked his wife I would rather go to the Chapel Hill church ns far as my preference Is con cerned Then why not accept their call If I that Is the way you feell1 Because while I should like to go I to Elmdale I feel as If I ought to go to Milton Now Philip I dont see why In a 1 1choice of this kind you dont do as t lQJUCJJ I dW d9 1U1SCe1tU1 I I call flint pleases you most WIlY fitlourn ministers be doing what they ought In stead of what they like You never please yourself Well Sarah replied Philip good naturodly tills Is the way of It The church In Elmdale Is In a university town The atmosphere of tho place Is scholastic You know I passed four years of student life there With the exception of the schools there are not a thousand people In the village a quiet sleepy dull retired studious place I love the memory of It I could go there as the pastor of the Elmdale church and preach to an au dience of college boys eight months In the year and to about SO refined schol any peoplo the rest of the time I could Indulge my taste for reading hnd writing mill enjoy a quiet pastorage there to the end of my days Then Pltlllp I dont see why you dont reply to their coil and tell thom you will accept and we will move at once to Elmdale and live and tile there It Is a beautiful place anti I am sure wo could live very comfortably on the salary and the vacation There Is no vacation mentioned In the other call Hut on the other hand continued the minister almost as If he were alone anti nnnilug with himself and had not heard his wifes words on the other hand there Is Milton a manufacturing town of COOOO people mostly opera tires It Is the center of much that be longs to the stirring life of the times In which we live The labor question Is there III tho lives of those operatives There are seven churches of different denominations to the best of my knowledge nil striving alter popularity and power There Is much hard stern work to be done In Milton by the true church of Christ to apply his teachings to mens needs and somehow I cannot help hearing a voice say Philip Strong go to Milton and work for Christ Abandon your dream of a parish where you may Indulge your love of scholar ship In the quiet atmosphere of a university town and plunge Into the hard disagreeable but necessary work of this age In the atmosphere of physical labor where great questions arc being discussed anti time masses Ire engross ed In the terrible struggle for liberty and home where physical life thrusts Itself out Into society trampling down the spiritual anti Intellectual and de maudlUK of the church and the preach er the lighting powers of giants of God to restore In mens souls a more Just proportion of tho value of the life of nInth on earth So you see Sarah the minister went on after a little pauseH1 want to- go to Klmdale but the Lord probably wants me to go to Milton Mrs Strong was silent She hall the utmost faith In her husband that ho would do exactly what ho know he ought to do when once he decided what It wits Philip Strong was also silent a moment At last he said Dont you think so Sarah I dont see how we cau always tell exactly what the Lord wants us to do How CUll you tell that he doesnt want you to go to Elmdale Arc there not great opportunities to Inllucucc young student lito In a university town Will not some ono go to Elmdalo and be come pastor ot that church No doubt there Is a necessary work to be done there The only question Is Am I the one to do It or Is the call to Milton more Imperative The more I think of It the more I am convinced that I lIIust go to Milton Then said tho ministers wife ris lug suddenly and speaking with a mock seriousness that her husband fully understood I dont seo why you called me up here to decide what you had evidently settled before you called me Do you consider that fair treatment sir It will servo you right If those biscuits I put In the oven when you called mo are fallen ns completely as Babylon And I will make you cat half a dozen of them sir to punish you Wo cannot afford to waste any thing theso times What cried Philip slyly not on 2000 a year But Ill cat the biscuits They cant possibly be any worse than those we had n week after wo were married tho ones we bought from tho bakery you remember Philip added hastilyYou saved yourself Just In tlmn then replied tho ministers wife Sho came close up to the desk and In a tilt ferent tone said Philip you know I believe In you dont you Yes said Philip simply I nm sure you do I am Impulsive and Im practical but heart nnd soul and body and mind I simply want to do tho will of God Is It not so II know It Is she said and If you go to Milton It will bo because you want to do his will more than to please yourselfYes Then shall I answer tho letter tonightYes It you have decided with my help of course Of course you foolish creature you know I could not settle It without you And as for the biscuits OIAs for the biscuits said tho ministers wife they will be settled without me too If I dont go down and see lo them She hurried down stairs and riilllp Strong with a smile ahdlTIIgb took up his pen and wroto replies to tho calls he had received refusing tho call to Elmdaln and accepting tho ono tolailltonAndso the strange story of V 1U1 AiWitcu iztztn ivtinyuc ti0 When ho had finished writing these two letters ho wrote another which throws so much light on his character and his purpose In going to Milton that wo will Insert that In this story as be- Ing necessary to Its full understanding This Is the letter Mjr oar AMrtd Two ycsrs ago when we left the seminary you remember we promised each other In caw either of u left lila present piriih be would let the other know it once I did not suppose when I came that I should hears to loon but I hue Just written a letter which means the beginning of a new life to me The Calvary church In Milton has given me a call and I have accepted It Two months ago my church here practically went out of existence through a union with the other church on the strict The history of that moremcnt II too long for me to relate here but since It took place I have been preach Ins u a supply pending the foal1 settlement of Tam convinced that Jmut go to Mil ton affairs and so I was at liberty to accept a edt elsewhere I must confeu the call from Milton was a surprise to me I here never been there you know 1 do not believe In condldatlng for a t place and so I suppose their church committee came up hcre to listen to ms Two years ago nothing would have Induced me to co to Milton Today It seems perfectly clear that the Lord says to me Go You know soy natural Inclination Is toward a quiet scholarly pastorate Well Milton is as you know a noisy dirty manufac turning town full of worklngmcn tuned with saloon and black with coal smoke and unwashed humanity The church Is quite strong In membership The Year nook Rives It COO members last year and It is composed almost entirely of the leading families In the place What I can do In such a church remains to bt seen My prede cessor there Dr thrown was a profound sermon Leer and generally liked I believe Ho was a man of the old school and made no attempt I understand to bring the church Into contact with the masses You will say that such a church Is a poor place In which to attempt a different work I do not necessarily think so The church of Christ II In Itself I believe a powerful engine to set In motion against all evil I hare great faith In the membership of almost any church In this country to accomplish wonderful things for hu manity and I am going to Milton with that faith very strong In me I feel as if a very great work could ba done there Think of It Alfred I A town of C0i80 workingmen half of them for eigners a town with more than CO saloons In full blast a town with seven churches of many differ tnt denominations all situated on one street and that street the mott fashionable In the place a town where the police records show an amount of crime and depravity almost unparalleled In mu nicipal annals surely such a place presents an opportunity for the true church of Christ to do some splendid work I hope I do not overestimate the need of the place I have known the general condition of things In Milton ever rinco you and I did our summer work in the neighboring town of Clifton 11 ever there was missionary ground In America It Is there I cannot understsnd just why the call comes to me to go to a place and take up work that In many ways Is to distasteful to me In one sense I shrink from IIt with a sen sltlvencsa which no one except ny wife and you could understand You know what an almost ridiculous excess of sensibility I have It seem sometimes Impossible for me to do the work that the active ministry of this age demands of a man It almost kills me to know that I am criti cised for all that I say and do And yet I know that the ministry will always be the target for criticism I have an almost morbid shrinking from the thought that people do not like me that I am not loved by everybody and yet I know that If I speak the truth In my preaching and speak It without regard to consequences some one IIs sure to become offended and In the end dislike me I think God never made a man with to Intense a craving for the love of his fellow men at I possess and yet I am conscious that I cannot make myself understood by very many people They will always say How cold and unapproachable he 1st when in reality I love them with yearnings of heart Now then I am going to Milton with all this complex thought of my self and yet dear chum there Is not the least doubt after ill that I ought too I hope that in the rush of the work there I shall be able to forget myself and then the work will stand out prominent as it ought With all my doubt of myself I never question the wisdom of entering the ministry I have a very positive assurance as I work that I un doing what I ought to do And what can a man ask morel I am not dissatisfied with the ministry only with my own action with in It It II the noblest of all professions I feel proud of it every day Only It Is so great that It makes a man feel scall when he step Inside Well my wife ta calling me down to tea Let me know what you do We shall move to Milton next week probably to If you write direct there As nero your old chum rmur Sntoxo It was characteristic of Philip that In this letter ho said nothing about his call to Elmdalo and did not tell his college chum what salary was offered him by the church at Milton As a matter of fact ho really forgot all about every thing except the ono Important evcnt of his decision to go to Milton Ho regarded It and rightly so as the most serious step of his Ute and wbllo he had apparently decided the matter very quickly It was In reality tho result ot- a deep conviction that ho ought to go lIe was In the habit of ranking his decisions rapidly This habit sometimes led him Into embarrassing mistakes and once in a great while resulted in humiliating reversals of opinion sp that people who did not know him thought he was fickle and changeable In the present case Philip acted with his customary quickness and knew very well that his action was unalter able CHAPTER II Within a week Philip Strong had moved to Milton as the church wished him to occupy the pulpit at once The parsonage was a well planned house next tho church and his wife soon made everything look very homelike TIC first Sunday evening after Philip preached In Milton for the first time lie chatted with his wife over the events cf the day as they sat before a cheerful open fire In the largo grate It was late In the fall and the nights were sharp and trusty Are you tired tonight Philip 7 ask ed his wife Yes tho day has been rather try ing Did you think I was nervous Did I preach well Philip was not vain In the least Ho simply put the question to satisfy his own exacting dcmamLon Jilmieltlln preaching Afld there was not a person in the world to whom ho would have put such a ques tion except hlo wife No I thought you did splendidly 1 felt proud of you You made some queer gestures and onco you put ono of your hands 10 your pocket But your sermons were both strong and effect ire I am sure the people were Im pressed It was very still at both serv- Ices Philip waR silent a moment And his wife went on I am sure we shall like It here Philip What do you thlnkr I cannot tell yet There Is very much to do How do you like the church build- Ing It I li un easy audience room for my voice I dont llko the arrangement of the choir over tho front door I think I the choir ought to be down on the plat form In front of tho people by the side of the minister I Thats one of your hobbles Philip Dut the tinging was good didnt you i soitho choir Is a good onoThe congregation didnt seem to sing much I Innd I believe In congregational sInging even when there Is a choir Hut we can bring that about In time I think Now Philip said his wife In some alarm you are not going to meddle with the singing nre you It will get you Into trouble There Is a musical committee In the church and such com mittees an very sensitive about nnyI Interference Well fetid Philip rousing up n lit tIe the singing Is a very Important part of the service And It seems tome I ought to have something Impor tant to say about It lInt you need not fear Sarah Im not going to try to change everything all nt once ills wife looked at him a little anx iously She had perfect faith In Phil someItimespause she spoke again changing tho subjectWhat did you think of the congrega tion Philip I enjoyed It I thought It was very attentive There was a larger number out this evening than 1 had expected Did you like the looks of the pee tile They were all very nicely dressed I Now Philip you know that Isnt what I mean Did you like tho peoples faces- You know I like all sorts and condi tions of men Yes but there are audiences and audiences Do you think you will enjoy preaching to this one In Calvary church I think I shall replied Philip but he said If In a tone that might have meant a great deal more Again there was silence and again tho ministers wife was tho first to break It There was a place In your sermon tonight Philip where you appeared the mast bit embarrassed as you seem sometimes at home when you have some writing or some newspaper article on your mind and some one Sud denly Interrupts you with a question a good way from your thoughts What was the matter Did you forget a pointNo Ill tell you From where I stand on the pulpit platform I can see through ono of the windows over the front door There Is a large electric lamp burning outside anti the light fell directly on the sidewalk across the street From time to time groups of people went through that band of light Of course I could not see their faces very well but I soon found out that they were mostly the young men and women operatives of the mills They were out strolling through the street which I am told Is a favorite promenade with them I should think as many as 200 passed by the church while I was preaching Well after awhile I began to ask myself whether there was any possible way of getting those young people to come Into tho church Instead of strolling past And then I looked nt the people in front of mo and saw how different they were from those outside and wondered If It wouldnt be better to close up tho church and go and preach on the street where the people are And so carry Ing on all that questioning with my self while I tried to preach causing a little embarrassment as you kindly call It In the sermon- I should think sol But how do you know PUUIp that those people outside lAUeBYARSOJO aae tsse7 equsa so VT SiiC PtiSCai JlnllI1IIeI A parnaen v1W 1iiPiPu4eo1M JU ak IJ A were tu any fla df your preachIng Philip appeared surprised at UK question He looked nt his wife and her taco was serious Why doesnt everybody need preaching They may not stand In need of my trenching perhaps but they ought to have some preaching And I cannot help thinking of what Is the duty of tho church In this place to the great crowd outside Something Ought to be done I Philip I am sure your work here will be blessed Dont you think so I I know It will replied Philip with the assurance of a very positive but spiritually minded man He never I byIgreat things And always when he said II ho limply meant not Philip Strong but Christ In Philip Strong To deny tho power and worth of that Incarnation was to his mind not humility hut treasonTin Sunday following Philip made this announcement to the people Beginning with next Sunday mora ine I shall clvp Urn first of n series of monthly talks on Cliriat end Modern Society It will be my object In these talks to suppose Christ himself as the one speaking to nloderu society on Its sins its needs Its opportunities ItsI responsibilities Its everyday life I justIhero Christ himself would give you If ho were the pastor of Calvary church In Milton today So during the talks I wish you would with me try to see If you think Christ would actually say what I shall say In his place If Christ were In Milton today I believe ho lIIanyIvery plnVnly and In many cases be might seem to be severe But it would be for our good Of course I am but human In my weakness I shall make mistakes I shall probably say things galingspirit of truth 1 shall as best a man may speak as I truly believe Christ would It ho were your pastor These talks will be given on the first Sunday of every month I cannot announce tho subjects for they will bo chosen as the opportunities arise During tho week Philip spent several hours of each day In learning the facts concerning the town One of tho first things he did was to buy an accurate map of the place He hung It up on the wall of his study and In after days found occasion to make good use of It He spent afternoons walking over the town lIe noted with special Interest and earnestness the great brick mills by the river five enormous structures with Immense chimneys put of which poured great volumes of smoke Something about the mills fascinated him They seemed like monsters of some sort grim unfeeling but terrible As one walked by them he seemed to feel the throbbing of the hearts of five crea tures The Unpainted tenements ugly In their unfailing similarity affected Philip with a sense of almost anger lie hind a keen and truthful taste In matters of architecture and those boxes of houses offended every artistic and homelike feeling In him Coming home ono day past the tenements he found himself In an unknown street and for the curiosity of It ho undertook to count tbo saloons on the street In ono block There were over 12 There was a policeman on the corner as Phil ip reached tile crossing and ho In quired of the officer If ho could tell him who owned the property In the block containing the saloons- I believe most of the houses belong to Mr Winter sir Mr William Winter asked Philip Yes I think thats the name Ho Is the largest owner In tho Ocean mill yonderPhilip thanked the man and went on toward home William Wlnterl he exclaimed Is It possible that man will accept a revenue from the renting of his property to these vestibules of bell That maulI One of tho leading members In my church Chairman of tho board of trustees and a leading citi zen of the place It does not seem pos sibleI But before tbo week was out Philip had discovered facts that made his heart burn with shame and his mind rouse with Indignation Property InI the town which was being used for sa loons gambling houses find dens of wickedness was owned In larco Dart Ring out the 014 Rlnglathensw Ring out the fobo RIng La the tru We bring to you the new and true from the platy forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surface of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated tim microbebearing mucus Is cut out j the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed 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TERNOON Newspaper la the South The Louisville Evening Post pcidailyCompleteAll the Abstracts dtbe Opl K Hs of the Court ol Anprju All the Washington and PrsoWort News EVERYTHING THATABA5iV 1 NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN l l BvealifPost1 The RatN Are IIM for Three Months SIft for six loathe I2M for One Year 112 copies for 360 M 514 ptai iced frusspIsS- U 5LML- i r- r Lbucrn BRECKHNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 Z 4 w BRECKENRIDGE NEWS POSITIONS IN SLEEP How Victims of Insomnia May rrVoo Sweet Slumber the Way One Should Lie in Bed in Order to Obtain Natural Repose hVarious Ailments and the Postures Best AdapteU to Them 1 Positions that woo sleep In victims ot Insomnia is an Interesting study made by a well known metropolitan physician Whitman V White of Brooklyn Dr White is a specialist on nervous diseases and in a mild but his atImlnlIstrntlono practice ns on the disorganized systems of Insom f nla patients In many cases In his own experience he has found a simple method adequate without weakening after effects likely to produce Increas j ed symptoms T rough a study based ton the laws ofrpjilology In human anatomy ex f tending over n period of n dozen or more years I have learned that under certain physical mnlcondltlous said i the physician the subject may be given relief by assuming positions at rest that will from the ease afforded the affected parts serve as n natural somnolent agency It will be readily understood that a constrained position will tend to prevent natural repose while a comfortable one will woo It But what urny In most cases seem to be a position of case may In reality be tho reverse For Instance n dyspeptic will rest more easily lying on the right side for the simple reason that In that position the food naturally gravitates out of tho stomach and Into the intestines while l lif lying on tho opposite sldo that organ in Its weakened state lies to per form an uphill process of digestion This Is amply sum lent to produce In somnia Lying flat on tho back with the limbs relaxed would seem to secure the greatest amount of rest for the muscular system whether in good health or illness Such Is the position advocated by physicians generally In I tho most exhausting diseases and It I Is hailed as a sign of rapid recovery when a patient exhibits an Inclination io turn on either side But at the srme time there are several disadvantages In tho supine Posture which impair or irrasa sleep whether In case of I ere Illness or ordlnary health Thus In weakly states of the heart or blood f Vessels and certain morbid conditions of the brain the blood seems to gravi tate to tho back of tho head and to ac cordingly produce troublesome dreams I believe that much of that weaken 1ns delirium which tho physician has a to contend with In treating serious maladies Is often occasioned in this WAY In persons who habitually stoop In their gait or work either as a result of the requirements of their occupa tlon or from tho course of their physi cal development there must ncccssarl ly be some distress consequent in v straightening tho spine It may not be sufficient fo cause Vain and yet be such a strain as to prevent perfect Mae The result Is unconscious rest leesncea which la the producer of in omnlaT People who have contracted chests eannot sleep well lying upon their backs This rule applies especially to hose who have Buffered with pleurisy and retain adhesions of the lungs They will find It easier to get to sleep upon the right side and that their somnolentv do them more good if they to1IIIthis advice Furthermore the lying on the back Is tho ero- S snoring which much belabors aleep and prevents tho subject from 0 receiving the full benefit of its recuper aUng effects It Is desirable therefore in all cases v to jle on the side and in the absence off special diseases rendering It more de treble to lie on the weak side which toft the strong lung free to expand tine jlgbt side should be chosen A gfcmce at any plate of the visceral anatomy will show that when the body to1 thus placed the food in the process f idlfHtlon Is greatly aided in its 1 passage from the stomach Into the in tIne Here the principle of gravl tai directly vppUea Then the fact thatthe itomach doesnt compress the upper portion of the Intestines Is still tj another advantage to be gained from J lying on the right side when sleep j wooing ease to the entire human mech aniam la under eerioua consideration Jn conclusion I wish to refer to KHB injurious eccentricities or fads teiil eplng which I have observed A waeltby woman once came to me for trtttiatnt for bad dreams of the or dW commonly called nightmare Up making inquiry I discovered that Iha Was In the habit of lying at rest her arms thrown up over her deprecattedak BOD who have weak lungs The cir j Ctttatlon II thereby made stronger la i Hoi iwcteemltlee and the head and neck 14 muscles of the chest are drawn K Vf and jf61ai d by the ahouldertj PbiMds19ji Tlmew e If Man Vere a Flea Snyder tho calculating barber had not opened his lips for fully four min utes and It was plain to be seen that he had something on his mind Finally ho swallowed twice breathed hard torn moment and gavo vent to his feelings In this manner Ive been thinking what I could do If I were only a flea I read In a eden tific paper tim other day that If a man wore built on the same lines as a flea he could jump from Philadelphia to Plttsburg In one Ieap I mean of course if ho had all the power of a flea Increased In proportion to his size Think how quickly he could circum navigate the globe It might bo possi ble to get around the world In an hojir The distance from Philadelphia to Plttsburg Is 354 miles and the equato rial circumference of the earth Is 24 002 miles A simple calculation In mental arithmetic will show you that this would be- n fraction over TO leaps It surely wouldnt take a minute for each Jump Judged from the liveliness of the flea Think of coming in here with three or four customers ahead of you and In stead of sitting down and waiting Just taking a few Jumps around the world to kill time There you arc sir Witch hazel or bay rum Philadelphia flee ord One Point of Resemblance The elder Sothcru was a good story teller and ho particularly liked to dwell on his experiences at the outset of his stage life when ho was a minor member of tho John McCullough company said the old time theater goer McCullough was playing In Texas and In one town where he was billed to play Ingomar through some accident on the railroad the necessary costumes weredclayl The manager was equal to the situ ation however Me went to every butchers shop in town and hired all the sheep and cow hides he could to dress up his supers When McCullough came on the stage that night ho fell back appalled by the stench of the hastily Improvised cloth Ing worn by the barbarians 4 What do you think of theta Sotli era laughingly asked McCullough pointing to the supers as the curtain rolled down They neither act like look like nor talk like barbarians curtly growled the tragedian but bv the gods they smell like them Kansas City Inde pendent lie Didnt Choke Toward Mecca the thoughts and as pirations of all pious Moslems are turned and at least once In his life time the good Mohammedan is expect ed to make a pilgrimage to that city Ono of the duties of the pilgrim Im mediately after his arrival Is to make a Journey seven times round a holy portico outside the mosque We went at n great pace says an Englishman who disguised as a Mo hammedan paid a visit to Mecca at the risk of his life and the day was growing hot When tho procession was over wo came back to tliomosquc and were each given a bowl of limpid water I was so thirsty that I drank mlno at a draft and asked for more which I noticed produced a very good Impression for as I afterward learned this was thtf sacred water of Tcinzcn which jm infidel cannot drluk without being choked This was supposed to bo tho water which was supplied to Ilagar when she was perishing In tho desert Christian Endeavor World Ho Rode Down Algernon Dougherty of tho United States diplomatic service has qualities of his own to account for his success as well as being tho son of tho famous Silver Tongued Dougherty of Phila delphia One of tho rules of tho aris tocratic Parisian concierge Is that while ono may ride up In tho elevator one must not ride down It was Mr Dougherty who broke down this rule in a house in tho Ruo do Maturin Ho started down and the concierge stopped the elevator It is forbidden By whom Tho proprietor forbids it said the conciergeMr y drew himself up and sold Tell your proprietor that I for bid him to forbid me anything and rodo on down And now oven the timid maiden ladles on tho sixth floor play with that elevator as though it were a tamo cat San Francisco Argo naut Tke GaUnT Aniwer a Martha Of the Dublin gallery boys a famous baritone in his reminiscences tells some good stories one of Faust in which he played Valentine After the duel Martha who rushed in at the head of the crowd raised Val entinos bead and held him in her arms during the firt part of the scene and cried out In evident alarm Oh what shall I do There was a deathlike stillness in the house which was interrupted by a volco from the gallery calling out Unbutton his weskltl Laconic and CAUStIc Maurice Barrymores wit Is far tamed but a neat little witticism at his expense was Augustus Thomas laconic criticism of one of Barrymoros playsThe celebrated playwright had been- mercUesalyrlcklng flaws In the actors natured Barry wincedOh come Gus he Interrupted Dont bo quite so hard if Its not an Alabama Just remember that wrote It In n week 1I Did you Barry retorted Thomad Then you must have ioafedIan CitylndependentWhen her husband up by telephone without his knowing who she U she is always surprised to see how politely he addresses her at lrt Somervllle Journal One good thought generously recelf ed always attracts another C Put Through hii Pacer The wealthy Briton Is confessedly the most fastidious man living as to the quality of his personal domestic service The concentrated energy with which an Englishman will rebuke his servant for an offense so slight that I the average American falls to observe It bears out the above statement and It Is this social condition that line developed the hypcrarlstocratlc Intelli gence office In London Those who propose changing servants are not content with references and a perfunctory Interview with the man or maid under consideration but Insist upon a full dress rehearsal of both manners and appearance The servant In livery Is put through all his paces must display the size of his calves the haughtiness of his pose as well as breeding In handling a card announcing a guest or serving at the table Nothing Is taken for granted Tho master and the mistress sit by and die I cuss the points of groom or butler asjj they would those of n high priced horse or valuable dog Domestics are taken with great seriousness by the upper I class Englishmen and for that reason nothing Is left to luck In peopling the servants hall Cleveland Plain Dealer roteII Scotch nil She In Mrs Ilohrabodille What are you reading that absorbs you so Mr Ilolimboddlc looking up from his booklt Is a new Scotch novel Mrs Holunliodillc with enthusiasm Oh I am so fond of those dear dialect things Do read me a little Mr Ilohmboddle realllngYo see Elpsle Bald Duncan douccly I might line malr the matter wi me than ye wad be sploriu Albllus me eon Is n bit dazzllt an am hcnrin the poolscs thuddln In ma cars an ma toougue In clavin when It sud be goelu an div ye no hear the dlrlln o ma halrt an feel the shakln o ma hand this day gin I gat n glimpse o ye salr hlrplln like an nuld won Div yc flue guess whats a the steer bluncy wlout me gaelu It raalr words Mrs Ilohmboddlo Stop for goodness sake What In the world Is the creature trying to say Mr Ilouraboddle Hes making a declaration of love Mrs Ilolimboddlc A declaration of hovel I thought he was telling a lot of symptoms to his doctor Colliers Weekly A Rejected Favor When the German emperor was at school at Camel he nnd his brother Prince Henry lodged In an old castle near but In the school the two boys were treated exactly like any other youngsters On one occasion It Is re hated a master knowing that Prince William was backward In Greek and wishing to curry favor with him told him secretly what the subject of the next days examination would be Early next morning tho prince went Into the classroom and wrote the information on the blackboard In huge letters not wishing to have any unfair advantage over his schoolfellows Ore Minute Cough Curs in thin best remedy I ever used for cougbs and colds It Is urn qURIId1 for whoopnu cough Children all like it writes II N Williams Gentryvllle Ind Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures cough cold homsanewt croup jmi umonln bronchi tis nod all throat and lung trouble Its early use prevents consumption A It Fisher McnuurliiK n Tree Supposing a woodchopper In the Maine forest to told to get out a mast for a yacht He knows that ho must find a tree which Is straight for CO feet below tho branches It would bo very troublesome to climb trees and measure them with a tapo measure so he without knowing It uses prac tical trigonometry Ho measures ofT CO feet In a straight line from tim tree nnd then he cuts a pole which when upright In the ground Is exactly as tall as himself This ho plants In tho earth his own length from the end of his CO feet For example If ho Is six feet toll ho plants his six foot polo 54 feet from the tree Then bo lies down on his back with his bead at tho end of the lino and his feet touching tho pole and sights over tho top of it Ho knows that where his eyes touch the tree is almost exactly GO feet from the groundWeekly Bouquet Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness disappear when kId- neys are of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent It Is uncommon bornIafflicted with neys If child often If t urine seal- reaches the flesl or It when the child an when It should be able to control passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and to a habit as most peQple suppose Women as well as are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy mild Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It IIs sold by druggists in fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell soon the out that not the urin ates too the age the the the the not men The and the Home olSwlliPBoo inC all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper I Look In Your Mirror beattbytIntehldn ful form I These attractloni are the rnult ot good health If theyare absent there IIs neatly always some disorder ot the dll- tInctly feminine organs present Healthy menstrual organs mean health and beauty everywhere McELREES Wine of Cardul makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at the root of all their trouble There Is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It Is for the budding girl the busy who and the matron approaching the change of life At every trying crisis in a womans life it brings health strength and happiness It costs jroo of medicine dealers For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms Tho Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn sins noznjJA LEWIS or ocrmviiio Texas IIIIJ wu troubled at monthly Intervals with terrible pains In my head and back but have been entirely relieved by Wine of CarduU SALARIES OF OUR PLAYERS The Toy of Actors Varies From 1O to nH Mncli nH 95CO Per Week Franklin Fylcs writing of The Time ater nUll Its People In TIme Ijidlcs Home Journal touches Intcrciitlugly upon the earnings of actors and oor recta the oft repented reports of the enormous earning of players Sala ries vary with circumstances lie says The manager may flail nt 53 n week a player whose moderate talent exactly I fits a part of considerable Impor tance lie may have to pay 150 If the role Is singular and fit candidates scarce If ho wants celebrity In addi tion to ability ho may be willing to waite the salary 500 a week In that case be takes Into account the public value of tho name and makes u feature of It In his advertisements Not more titan ten actors In Amer- Ica aside from the stars receive as much as 250 a week and not more titan five actresses are paid this amount In fact 150 n week Is except tional and 100 will engage an czech lent hero or heroine a flue comedian or a delineator of eccentric character The wages run down to 75 for a sou brotte Ingenue or old mon to 50 for an old woman Juvenile man or Juvenile woman anti so along to utility and chorus men nnd women at 12 or 18 a week Those are the wagon of thor oughly competent actors In companies of good grade Strnnec Frcnl of Fate Says time Portland Oregonian It Is the belief of some historians that the name Oregon Is Aragon In disguise that It was given to this country by the early Spanish voyagers and that American explorers so Interpreted the word given them by tho Indians The theory Is at least plausible nnd Indi cates a strange freak of fate The name Spain proudly brought to this distant coast returned to tho West In dies 300 years later to destroy the power of Spain on tho seas Little thought Do I uca when he sighted this coast In 1502 that some day It would build a warship which under the name of Aragon or Oregon would be fore most In the battle that marked the end of Spains dominion in tho new world PeculIarIty of Snake A snake tamer who had trained a serpent to follow him around the houso and even out of doors happened one day to tako it with him to a strange place Tho snake unused to tho local ity suddenly seemed to forget all his training and escaping into tho bushes resisted capture with bites and every indication of wildness When caught it at once resumed Its tamo habits This tendency to become wild Immediately upon obtaining their freedom and to again become tamo when caught is said to be a peculiarity of snakes New York Tribune The Probable Iteaion The Clergyman proudly Pcoplo are loath to leave my church Why after services it 1is fully 15 minutes before the edifice is emptied I The SinnerI dont wonder at that Bomo people are very hard to awaken I Brooklyn Lifo Profltles Miss Chicago Money talks you knowMiss Boston A vulgar apothegm Culture makes no concession to the lo- Quacity of lucre Boston Courier It was the custom of the Greeks to offer beets on a slIver tray to Apollo In his temple at Delphi Lord Bacon loved tho otilon so that ho declared tho rose would be sweeter planted in a bed of them The Byzantine princes played a game which differed very little from our modern polo Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Michi says I suffered a long time with dy spepala j loot flesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured meI It digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never falla to give immediate relief lathe worse casesA R Fisher QUARTERLY REPORT liP Tilli reck n rid ge Bank Cloverport Ky At the close of buiic en the 3oth of December m89- 9BESOUaCItS Loans and JUccuntt lest loans to directors 111099541 Loans to officers Joooo- OverdraUs unsecured 150519- Due from National banks 1566603 Due from state banks and bankers 5997 SI6V74 flanking house and lot 300000 Other rest esiate 1157873 Other tocks and bonds 001148 Specie 1100000 Curitncy 11931 j 34911 33 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Debts In suit M445 Stamp Acfount 30000 396503 UAIII1T1B8 Capital stock paid In In cash 4510000 Surplus fund 000000 Undivided profits Sit 57 Duedoroollora uColt ow viz t Deposits lubject to chfCk on which Interest Is not paid 713599 Time certificate of deposit on which Interest is paid nis74S in5I74 i Unpaid Lildei5li per cent declared this day lSie 3903 55oaatyI I A II Hm calla l rofli elinriJo Iteak a task treated and doing bu lMa at No Wall tract In the city ot Cloverport In said etmntjr bring duly worn mysth tthe forrfolnic istmrl UlnI I aJlre pects a true ttatemcntof the condition of tile wid bank at the close of boaiiKM m the otk lay of pec 190 to Uw beat ot his knowledge and billet and further says that the holiness of said bank has been trammed the Ilocation named sod ret eeewhere sod that theubovo report kI mad InI complines with an official notice received from the Secretary of tate designating the jothday of Dee tSea as the daon which such report shell be made A II SKILLMAN Catfawr W 11 flowsr 0 T SKILLMAN S Directors INDlluy I Subscribed and sworn to tefoie me by A It SJiillman cashier the ad day of January iou CIIAS II SKILLMAN X I B C Commission expires Ian 16 1900 QUARTERLY REPORT ov TIlE BAII Of HARDIUSBURG Ilnrdinsburg Ky- At the close of butlncsi on the joth day of Decem boy l89- IIESOUIICUS Loans und dlteeastl Ilois loans to directors s 12046067 Overdrafts unsecured 54 aq Due from National banks J911I6a flanking house and let lSoooo Other real estate 5738 Other stocks and bonds 3t1J750 Currency I 653333 Furniture arid fixtures 4oooo IIAnUl1IUS4146g Capital stock raid In In oath ij ooono Undivided profits 5SIIW Deposits subject to check Ion whljh interest Is net paldj8jto Time certificates of deyoslt on which Interest is paid 97191 5 i7785gJ6 Unpaid dlvlJenas 100000 53094459STATECounty ol lireckcnridge j 55 M H Heard Cashier Dank of llsrdinskurgt a bank located and doing business In the city of liar dinsburg In said county being duty sworn says thit the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30lh day of Dec 189910 the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business 01 said bank has been trans acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report IIs made In compliance with an official notice received Irom the Secretary of State designating the joth day ol Declm as the day on which such report shall be made SI H BEAKD Cashier Mounts BSKKIDGK B K BEARD Directors nl JOLLY 1 Subscribed and sworn to before me by M H Heard the ind day of JJan 1899- FRANK BOARD N PILC My commission expires with next session Kentucky Senate SEMIANNUAL REPORT OF E H n lman D ankarrs OF Irvington Ky At the close of business December 30 1899 RESOURCES Loans anti discounts I f1141101 Overdrafts secured 11530 Cash on hand and due from banks 1133530 Stocks and bonds 10859 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Expenses for past six months Including taxes and stationery 33913 174osx LIABILITIES Capital ttock 11500000- luedepoilton t 1111831 Undivided profit sI789O 74o7ai Eo II StiEUiAN President Subscribed and sworn to before me this January j pootOUT E HAWKS N pnc Care ol Veils The beauty and freshness of a veil can preserved fora long time If it la properly cared for After wearing it should be smoothed out carefully and rolled between paper or over a rod A piece of broomstick makes an excellent roller A veil which has become limp can be freshened by dipping it in weak gum water andpnlling It straight before it rlet Exchange L r THE ORECKENBIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary Si1 75 pr i Intortnediate 2 liO Preparatory 3 20III monthIII Teachers a 20II For further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B President HARDINSBURG KY F R WILDER 028J Fourth St Louisville Ky 1IIN IRVINGTON Every and Thursday after Hit Fourth Aloiutny in Each Month Diflicult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest used Good work guaranteed S The nest ctmrallfl located sad onlyI Scat class hotel la 05 city mtUug a t Week from the prIncIpal IInaadistrict theatre aM two blocks fton j pass the door to all pins I of the city- livcrythlng i aeit and clvaa IWOTTS Wednesday appliances n For salo by Short A Haynes Druggists Oloverport New Yofk Dental Parlors 542 FOURTH STREET S42 MAKE NO MISTAKE BUT OCT IN THE RIGHT PLACE ESTABLISHED 1888 We have the largest and best equipped Dental Office south of the Ohio River We were the first to reduce tho price of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all Teeth Extracted25cFil- led I with Amslgim50cFi- lled with Gold and Platinum Al by75cFill-ed with GoldIOOand up A Good Set of Teeth 500 Best Set of Teeth no Better made 800 Old Plates Repaired and made as good asnewWe extract teeth absolutely without painWe are the only dentists in the city who extract your teeth and replace them with temporary teeth same day Sundays from 8 a m till 12 oclock Lady always in attendance LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd IIs headed by Commodore Sampson 16J8S a son of King Trenton t6i5 the greatest prize winning Ioland China hng living or dead Commodore Sampson Is a duplicate of hit cele brated sire and we can truthfully say without casting any reOeclloR on lireckenrldge Count that we never eipected to see as grand a bred hog or so fins on individual within her borders We sell no show records Hut we can sell aged sows silts boats ready for service sprIng and fall pig that will please you Cheap lor quality of stock Call on or address Q A FOOTE SON- Irvlngton Ky IwANTKD SEVBRAI 1IHIOHT AND- IlONESTperqosto represent us as Mba gins In this and close by counties satary IIXI a year udexpenses Straight bonafideno more no lesssalary Position permanent Our refer ences boy bank la any town It Is mainly office work conducted At home Iteference Enclose elfsddressed stamped envelope Till DOMINION CourAxv DoPt30 Chlago I PARKEU HAIR BALSAM =s- ees psims to stor Gr air to its Tauthfui Color udiseuh5 II Sclentlfi 3 20 per month Classical 3 20II Millie 3 60II II- Hoard 1 76to 2 25 per week IIJ IIWK iTHE r FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUISVILLE xy IPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr iN 1A5 PENNYROYAL PillS 5421 IThey 1wonmuhoocl KIII SAFETY COMtO- RTLoivilli ann EVMsvilla Packet Line Fast Mail Line Between Louisville and Evansville STKAMEIIS E G RAGON- F M RYAN Mantr WA H1S1IOP Purser TAIIASCON D L PENNY MaMtr L T CONNER Purser TELL CITY R H DALIARD Maur W B NKWIIELL Purser P D STAGGS IIndNewqulckeethaTravelers will find the steamers are unsur ThebestI menu is equal to that of the best hotels General offices 170 and iS Fourth Avenue Louisville D Superintendent L PENNY W W IresldatmtU I 0 V WILLIAMS T pAOwensboro Ky Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BY MAILI Full courses 25 cosh or you can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH I schooIwhich Is used In THOUSANDS of public and private schools Including the public schools ol New York 01ShorthandStateYouliltle Gradate Mtliltd Iti positions SPECIAL RATES TO THOSE WHO END FOR CAKAIOGUES AT ONCE SCHWARTZ SCHOOL aija West Jefferson St Louisville K TRUSSES 65c S125 AND UP W sreMUUff th vcnBMtl Trww Mftd I at WtSIIAIANTfE mrour retlES Jess thIn onethlnl iO Lbori uwuh our III r Trvt or our ttJ K MUrnthle KlwIU rut thistrio 0IC u iJI uRttt11t rItttlsi ynubsvtrenrupturednumber Inches arouml the body on a line with th+ rarJrr whether rupture Is on right or left side send either truss to you with the under standing1 If It Iu Mt a prfat at i nail u lk null st times tine ur prlreyoacon IICiwe will return your munou IWRITE FOR FREE TRUSS CATAlOCUE ihirinnM including the 55w SIUUU ie Trail tsstnr sit may MM led wbkhwcill fr 3215 I UdrwSEARSROEDUCKCoCHICACO IwANTED SBVEKAt HlIOUT AND liON EST persons to represent us as Mans gets lo this and crose by counties Salary J9oo a yearand expenses Straight bonafide no more no less salary Position permanent Our refer cnees any book In any town It U mainly office work conducted at home Reference Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope TuB DoitmicH Cour ANY Dept 3 Chicago i C 1WI i El 17r n J aTHEBRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 rT BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Qs u 2131lO Is What the Board of Supervisors Raised the Good Taxpayers k Tho following ia the work of the DOlml 61 Supervisors who met 1m t week to reo vise the tax list of tLIs county TL board was composed of the lion Oht Blanford G B Cunningham J IIO MattinxlyI Lon Jarbie aud Vmlel Parisha IUB1MSSDCBO DISTRICT E W Jones land from to SM Jno D Heeler do tILl 1000 to 1WO Emma Beeldr do da 1400 to 1600 Henry I Bland do do 1801 to 2000 Bland L oils lot do COO to 100 WK Bowman land do 1JOO lo 1500 M H Beard cattle do 1000 to 2000 Margaret A Corn well1 1land do 1JOO to 1600 d L A Coombs land do 1500 to 1700 Ernest DJenibtt do do 450 to 000 Judith II lots do 1400 to 1400 II o do do 6010JOO- A ItII land do 1000 lo 120 WKandMcDcJer nettland do 1800 to 2000 Joseph A DeJernett I land do 1000 to 120 Flt Dowell land do 1000 to 120 E T Dowell doUo to 200 1 James Durham Uo do 2400 to i00 Jame Uurhamuo do to 200 I James Durham cattle do 250 to 300 t t Arthur Goodman laud do 1510 to 180 J IH Gardner lot do 400 tu WO Ben Warned land do 1500 10 170 Jno M Hendricks land do 1200 to 150 Zeno llendrlcks land do 4320 to 500 Zsno llendricka cattle do 300 to 400 Hook hillier Co lots do 4iOO to 520 Sarah McGary Iota do 550 to ioo J F McG ry land do 500 to SO- iKL McGullin cast do 2000 to 300 William Muler and daughter cattle do 1000 to Ben T Miller do do 450 to 1200II Geo W Miller do do 300 to K- HMattiiiHH MIler lot do to 170 U N Miller lot do 1200 to 160- K N Miller trustee McQuady land do 1200 to Cyrus Miller cattle do 175th 1800II M ODonoliue laud do 1100 to Mosts G Payne do no 1000 to lIOII Mat 1 Payne do do 000 to A A Iticbardaon lots do 1500 to 200 AA HlClumllloncash do to 50i Alvin N Skillmau land do 1785 to 2001 Alvin N Skillinan cattle do OO to JOO Baiuty Squirts cHttln do 130 to J B blilh land 25a do to l00II Mary J Tate lota do 400 to Eveiut land Weatlierfoid do 800 to tiOOIII Mrs W D Wilson land do 1000 to 1201 Hiram Windiel land do 350 to 450 P Sheeran Bro 3 Colot do to 40 Rhoda EWrlght land to 2000 to 3391 Jones heiI land 120a do to 500 B N College lot do to 1001 John Hook Sr lot do to 60 P M Beurd land etc do to Beard Gross mules do 540 to 001 Beard Gross cattle do 215 to 3lBeard CL notes do 000 to 80b Beard OL land do 2000 to 280 Poiupey Itobarde cot 111 do to 50 Dennis Sh crnu Sr 111 do to 100 Huckeby heirs lots do to 1501 Jubul look jr land do 1580 to 180 J M Hook and do 1 800 to 200 Frank Jolly cattle do 200 to 35 Frank Jolly do to 100 Geo T Jolly land do 2400 to 300 Geo T Jolly cattle do 200 to 40- GeoToolly do to 100 JT Kingston do 50 to 90- Jas W Lyons land do 1 COO to 2000 H May decd do to 501 Theo MBttiuxly land do 000 to 1001 Jh Mattingly notes do 1000 to 3501 J L lattlnllly cash do 1200 to 3 X- XJL Mattlnjily land do 200 to 3XX Marcus EMattingly do to 401 CLOTKKlORT DlbTItlCT Su Qulsinberry land from 11000 to 1 1601 Wm IL Allen do do 2280 to 2 851 Gpo F Asking do do 2400 to 3001 H B Adklsaon do do 310 to 60- 1Jno H Barrett do do 000 to 1301 Jno A HavIn lots do 1300 to 2001 Jm If Bythe land do 500 to BOO 1 JIll Coago Co do 10015 to 20001 641tlhllaI l z T1 llMumili liar i niti tauli do ICO to 321 I KT llayrifl land do 2000 to 2401 K 1 llv+ e f lute do 1000 to 15CX Jim MKnluli rattle do 100 to 15- 0fo K Alnptivlylauddo 2050 to 350 f I lraron llcJAyu k vaUlt do 205 to 440 J II A Oiz t lots do 7000 to 12000 It lit U Maltlugly- llland do SOO to 1000 1 maize land do 850 to 1050 DrJT nlauddo 600 to 800 t y W N Pate do do 1600 to 2000 P PwN Pate cash ct do 40 to 2000 N Pate cattle do 100 to 160 Payne Co do 3200 to 5000 0 KeldelSr cattle do 150 to 300 JnoSabllo land do 730 to 1000 Dennie Sheeran land do 8O to 1200 fGW Short lots do 2WOto COOO J T Sk llman land do 2400 to 3500 ItJr T Skillman do do 4000 to 5000 r+ O H Smart cattlu do 300 to 400 NatTaul land do 1000 to 1200 R Late Taut do do 260 to 300 Vest Son do 3000 to 0000 i f Vest Son do to 8000 A R Fisher do to 1000 11 All Oelze Iota do P170 to 12000 Jan Chancellor land do 1000 to 12000 J B Bates land do 000 to 1500 P H Keenan do do 1600 to 2000 P H Keenan do do 1000 to 1500 F A Pate do do 760 to 1000 W Ryan do do GOO to 800 JBlace lot do 4000 to 60- 00LAcme Brick Co lot f Ac do 7000 to 7600 W D Holt furniture do 100 to 500 Tho H Bates land do 160 to 300 rt A J Gross stock c do to 1200 1500ir Ii BTKPUBNSPOIIT D L Addisou land do 3600 to 5 OOO D L Addison cattle do 250 to 500 AddiSm Dick cash c 1 do to 6000 W W Buyer land do 500 to 800 G O Barr laud do 1200 to 1500 W L Basbam land do 1100 to 16- Sillio J Bruner laud du 1 800 to 2400 Conn Pike cattle do 200 to 300 S CouuliRbam land do 500 to 300 Mrs Lu Dix land do 0200 to 7500 Mrs Lon DIX cattlr do GOO to 1000 Julius Dutacbke land do 15000 to 16500 J Dutscbke cattle do 750 to 1200 Goo Einrt lots do 500 to 800 Frank Fleiiz land do 1000 to 20- Jamr Flood land do 700 to OJohn Flood rand do 700 to SiO J B Frymire land do 15 to 300 JB Fry mire cash e do 625 to 1000 H Greenwell lot do 160 to 30- 0HD Uarobletou lauds o 2200to 257- 5JFJarbtlanrido 300 to 400 S F Jurboe person ally do OGOto 1100 Paul Kuli man per do 500 to 800 L L Mitcli ll per do 4 000 to 5000 lire lIuor land do 3000 to 3500 J K Mitchell cash do 1100 to 2100 Ghee Morgan land do 2275 to 3O- CLT Kobrrti land do 14850 to 1050 L 1 Uobrt cattle do 4Rn to 1500 UofiHtts Co do to 1500 K M Smith laud do 700 to 1000 F U Speak land do 1160 to 1 OO 00575 856 Hyfitablman cattle do 200 to 400 HyStahlmau land do 1200 to 1500 Ja Warren do do 1000 to lOO H G Visselp do do 1520 to IDOO IL G Yates do do 200 to 000 Lloyd Yates do do 800 to 1000 Garrett 4600r Gibson cattle do 350 to 4- UUll Norton cattle do 200 to 400 C M McGlotblau- essb etc do l700to 370 7100 l1560 MDASIELS CENTER Mary A Mattinply land iron Sl500 to 5250 Nat T Mercer laud do 1250 to 15C W C Moorinau 111 do 1700 to 4500 Lud Moorman land do 1000 to 120 A E Moorman do do 1200 to 100- J A Moorinnu do do 1400 to 250 J pse A Moorman- Sr 111 do SO to 100 J A Moorman Sr land do 2850 to 300C J A Moorman fcr tulip do 300to 40 J A Moorman tit rattle do 250 to 400 W IL Morwan cattle do 2000 to 2601 n C Moorman land tlo 4320 to 5KX D OMoorman sheep do 120 to 240 11I C Mattinuly land do COO to 801 Sam Matthews land and cattle do 800 to lOOC A D Morton laud do 600 to GOO I1OweuSonlandi1o 2000 to 2601 Wm J OIU do do 700 to 1XX T V Kobertton do do 1000 to 12CX F K Rhodes do do 1500 to 17X Smith Lswis cattle do 450 to 610 Sob Spencer Und do 1700 to 10X Ics8 W Stone land do 000 to 12X 1 W Stone cattle do 100 to 17f 1M L Stum 1974 do 3000 to 400C hates Ruppwrt ma chine ec 1974 do 300 to SO- w J Deuu P 0 W CHttl do l2COto 157J rtJ Dean PC W 11 aud M do 455 to CSC W J Dean P A W- 1J8ndKFdo to 25C- V J Dean P A W- Ill do 0000 to 1000C VJ Dnan POW 4540 do 60 to 45C Ell 11 Dean Son laud do 4000 to 5200- Ell H Dean Son I cattle do 160 to 32C Eli 11 Dean A Son No45 do 100 to 15C Ell H Dean A Son No 53 do 100 to 20C F F Dean sheep do 30 to 8C F F Dean No 03 do 50 to 15C F F Deau No 53 do 60 to 12c 13745 65800 McDANIELS Jhas Allen land from GOO to 780 G5 P Burdltt do do 300 to 5G- L S Bowtnay do do 400 to lieted to P B Parrlah lames Badsbaw lR N land do 1200 to 3201 iota Butler laud do COO to 800 rhos Butler do do 365 to 500 foe Iliasbamdo do 800 to 100- tannie Cannon do do 700 to 1101 V T Cannon ana Son do do 3200 to 3500- Dr E Cannon do do 375 to 000 tartha Cannon do do 1000 to 120k HI M Chamberliss A Bro do do 000 to 1000 Vm HCbamberllss land do 550 to 700 ieorge Clark 111 do to GOO George Clark laud do 300 to 400 utber Clemens do do MO to 1200 lenryOCooperdo do 800 to 1200 J11f Craig do do 900 to 1100 W T Cannon 300a do 1200 to 1500 lenry L Dalton do do 400 to 50C VJ Dean Jr cattle do 600 to 1000 W J Dtan jr land do 4000 to 500 acob Deliaveu do do 300 to 401 Ire H Dowel do do 700 to 1000 Jno W Ebkridge do do 400 to GOO Ihaa FentreesMldo to 300 ioiG Glasscock do do 4 000 to 560 AL C Glasecock do do 1200 to 1450 Wm J Glasecock do do UOO to 1000 lafe Green lOOa do do 800 to 1000 jjfe Green do do 2000 to 2600 Lare Green do do 600 to 1000 Lale Green do do 6000 to 8000 Willis Green do do 300 to 500 Vm Hall Jr land do 1200 to 1400 Thos B Hall do do 400 to 600 Jno II Hart do do 3050 to 4700 Jno H Hart cattle do 1050 to 1400 Jno H Hart sheep do 45 to 75- JI M Howard land do 1500 to 2100 DI N Howard Adm land do 300 to 500 J 0 Jones land do 1125 to 1400 J 0 Jones 111 do to 2000 J 100IOII 47760 0771 BEWLKYVILLK DISTRICT T W Anderson land from 1200 lo 1500 Rt8I Bandy Iota do 1000 to 300 loses Bennett land do 800 to 1000 Mrt Bramlett lot do 400 to OOC Itt B Carden Admr cattle do 120 to 240 S W Garden cattle do 50 to 100 rattle Claycomb lot do 100 to 200 larrol Ocomb cattle do 76 to 126 Mrs AL Collins Iota do 300 to 500 J 0 Dowell Mmr land do 4 000 to 4gO J 0 Dowell Adtnr cattle do 420 to O- f3050toGeo E Drury land do 50- 1460uiUhail Drury do do 1740 0 H Drury cashAir da 670 to 8iO Drurr A Bennett cash Ac do to 500 P E Franst leis do 200 to 000I W B Gardner lots do 600 to 1K A itllbngwalir land do 1285 to lU Wm Hall lot do 800 ro 120 Wro Hall cattle do 100 to 150 L E Henderson laiut in 2 liO to 2GC L E llderon mules do 60 to 1- 0aooOO Irvlnizton Milling CU rnw material do1 oooi R M Jolly d- It 10 jjoa- aM Jolly Iota do 400 to 0401 R M1 Jo y do 250 lo 500 Sam Kev lola do 160 to LOIN J E Kinvs land do 1100 to 150 Jus and H nry Kurz land do 1000 to i2y Millon Iorkhardt rot do 1010 7H John Lvdddn cattle do 1400 250 Geo N Lyddan ctle do 175 to 280 Jom s and F B Lyon lots do 200010 3001 Jonas Lyou cash Ac dc to 601 GT Marshal lets do 2500 to 4 QUO 181365 53005 fi T McCoy land do to lOOC F11 McGnee land do 383010 4201 UBMcOlothlan lots do 250 10 60 Lottie McGlotblan lots do 050 to 100 Jno 11 M ador und do 4200 to 5 00- ISOloJno H Meador cattle do 30i Jno 11 Meador cheep d i 100 to 150 G A Aleidor land do 650 to 140 Dr L 1r Mouima- ncsh do 50 to 60 Jno G Nevitt Iota do 200 to 401 Payne L Compon cash e do to 2KX Tlios H Pyn Innd do 1200 to 1601 WjjlterJPiggottlots do 160 to SX Ihellmau Uo tote uu 2000 to 3000 jkilliuau McGavk cattle do 515 to 8GC C C Smitli Iota do 1500 to 250 Jno K Wimp tend do 4760 to OOOC Jnu H Wimp cash Ai di to 1COC F B Lyons Jot do to 400 Mike Lyddan cattle do 1000 to 123 Mike Lyddan cash Ac do 1500 to 4 GOO Mike Lyddan land do 1200 to 13875 S25S83 S 13220 UUD30NV1LLE DISTRICT 1 FBrunner 11Irom 500 to 100- 0II Brunner cattle do 240 to 400 ThaI BUll r cash io to 300 Ilioa Butier land do 600 to 800 tullerAHariifdclludo 000 to 800 abtz Carter cattle do 60 to 100 Ji obt z Carter laud do 2CO to 400 U C Davis 141 do to 300 V U Davie rattle do 150 to 200 11 IL Davis land do 200 to 400 arnes Haynes land do 050 to 800 vlfcyer Meyer Ml do 000 to 2000 Milton POet Jr ctln do GOO to 800 Clifton Tilts Jr 111 do 600 to 1000 l8sH Piles land do 2800 to 3500 nee IUDs cattle do 300 to 400- DAVid Pullen cattle do 60 to 120 J1I9 Shumate 111 do 75 to 1000 eyton Shumate land do 1000 to 1200 Denlll Trent laud do 1600 to 1000 Jauiol Trent cattle do 1050 to 1400 llielby Triplt land ilo 500 to 700 YT Gregory land 95a do to 150 121iO 20300 Farm For Sale Containing 105 acres on the Ste phen8 ort and Brandenburg road one mile from reston Breckenridge County Kentucky our miles from a railroad station Residence is a substantial two story frame plastered throughout containing 8 rooms four closets argo pantry opening into dining room Situated on a high elevation overlooking the entire farm and many miles of the surrounding country Eighty acres under fence ying around the base of the eleva- tIon entirely level A good barn for 7 head of stock inside corn crib vith a 800 bushels capacity Also a good hewn log house suitable for atenant or overseer Large tobacco barn plenty of fruit stock water in abundance 3t cisterns 1 well and large pond PRICE 700Or will exchange for an orange rovo in Florida For further information apply to T S FRYMIRE Orto W A Glover Frymire on the farm FOR SALE OR RENT FARJMThe BEWLEY FARM Tear GUSTON KY and about two miles from Irving- ton Ky 304 acres of land with louse and all necessary outbuild age Will sell cheap or rent at low price for three years Full information given on application to the Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault C- oLouisville Ky LILAC VALLEY v Held horn lot week Wedding Bells are ringing Mr Neff Smith of Fayneavllle waa- the guest of Miss Mary Mllla last Sun dayIMiss Susie Hardesty entertained sev eral of her friends to dinner last Thurs ESOUD FACTS I We do not profess to sell everything on earth cheaper than anybody else but when the question is legitimate merchandise in our line we flatter ourselves I to be right on top of the heap Our prices admit of no discount and the qualities we give are the best premiums I you could ask for These are undisputed facts and there is no level so powerful as plain and simple facts This is the reason that we are making and IJ presenting them to the people every day IWewarrant our prices to be right That is we absolutely guarantee them a as low if not lower equal all around than can be found anywhere Our l store must stand first in the estimation of the purchasing public IItis conceded by all that goods are costing more today and the advance on materiallis greater than for several years past But in the face of these extreme high prices we were never in better shape to protect the interests of our I patrons thap we are today We have bought largely and are still buying in ri anticipation of further advances that are sure to follow and the man who ex pests to buy goods this time as he needs them is going2 to be sadly left Take w rK for instance I FENCING WIRE I r Everybody knows that its as high as a cats back is costing today 315 by the r car load But here is where we are getting in our work as long as it lasts you can buy it from us at 250 a bale Why not JOIn the procession and save jour I money for a rainy day 1 Lumber has advanced at least 25 per cent This means an advance in FUWNITUIEyttY IFi H of all kinds We have not put 5 cents advance on any of this class of goods p You know why We have one specially good thing It is a larger CANE SEAT CHAIR FINISHED LIGHT 3 SLAT BACK TURNED POSTS 1 if two lower rounds and as solid as a rock Everybody else is asking 84and 450 H Our price is 350 per set and we defy competition to put it lower We are here and to do it regardless of cost H to take care of our customers interests we propose r 1 QWLSS SEEDis something that should interest every farmer and they like every thing else are going to be out of sight We bought a car load of extra quality Red Top which we propose to sell at the extraordinary low price of 35 cents per bushel Now dont come straggling along after they are all gone and want to lick II somebody because you didnt get in on the ground floor This is a warning and if you dont take advantage of it you ought to have to eat hay yourselfy I We also bought a car load of Wagons bought them last August Every body knows what the material that enters into these Wagons is doing We t are not asking 1 cent advance Our Wagon is the THE JYITCHELL Best onEarth and when you get the best thats the end of it r INOW THESE PRICES and these CLAIMS which we are making are FACTS and iI are bound to command the interest of every sound thinking man Are they j J J worth anything to you Square honest dealing prompt serVice strict attention to wants and an earnest desire to satisfy you no matter at what cost Adding a your stock and low prices It wotJld seem lIke burning money for you this to our very large Dont do it We are still watchand other peoples pricesto elsewhere to trade paygo records day and you are responsibleing your interests and making new price every for it if you pass by our place of business with your eyes shut A cordial invitation is extended to all Very Respectfully IB F BEARD cSz 00P HARDINSBURQ KY JAN O JOOO A 4 dayMr Ezra Dowell and daughters Misses Ellen and Cora of near Garfield are via icing friends and relatives at Irvington Mr Dick Sipes and Miss Kettle Ban dy of Iivlngton were the guests of Misses Ella and Hettle Helt Wednes day night Tom Smith and Jake Fraix who have been in Texas for a short time returned home last Saturday We are glad to have them with na again Mr Jesse Haynes who baa worked for Mr J 0 Dowell for the past three years wiry work on the Irvington section this year Jeaee la one of the moat bual Y neesUke young men in Breckenridge county Mlsd Hettie Bandy entertained a SlUm- ber of her friends Obristmaaday Those present were Misses Ella and Hettie Helt of Rock Vale Mrs Melissa Bewley and Mies Sudie Hardest of near thia place Messrs Owen Dowell Willie 81m mons Willie McCoy Jesse Haynes of Irvlnfrton and Henry Dowell of Ekron They reported a grand time and dinner NORTONS VALLEY 01 lUcId from lot wctk Xmas passed off quietly in the vallye I IRev Morris failed to meet his appoint ment Sunday Fred Triplett and wife have been via itlng his father Mr Wilt Dowell baa moved to Ed Hoeleya to work There was a at Mr Bill Hay nee Wednesday nigh Rev Bozarph will preach at Clifton Mills on the third Sunday Thor was a prayer meeting at Mr Dave Buttons Tuesday night Mr Aron Norton and Misa Lucy Hay nee spent Christmas at Owensboro Quite a number from hit vicinity spent Christmas day at Hardiadmrju t Miss Nellie Bobbins and Mil1 Robbins spent Xmaa week Latl ton c Miw lutUhll Dowell sp fit ChtWaMW week at Mr Mack owrtk BMT JMUh Station V- Mr OharleyNorton who basbg fIn Missouri for sometime spent CbrMaaa1 at homesRV Bobbins preached an ante V f I sermon io a jarge congre gatloa Tb i nightatMrTomHooka 1 tJ ilI J J Whitworth and daBiliC4 bqrg were in town yeaUtfAayVtkoffttf v t7