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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r I V4 1 11 rB 56 PAGES COLUMNS r I 7 NEWS THATS JJ TO JeINJ n VOL 4 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 NO 29 SHOTI Window at Frankfort Move to flake Him Governor Before He Dies R FBANKFOBT Kr Jan 801 p m C Special Senator William Goebel was shot through the body on the street today at 1115 He with Jack ChInn was walking toward the Statehouse when he was fired upon with A Winchester ri fie irom a thud tory windowI of the i Statebouse China said I guess they have killed you Senator Goebel on awered as he tell uSXSppose ao watStill Ceasalees THFEXNKFOBT xJ30 lJJR81cUL Goebel was carled on a cot to the Capital Hotel His face was deadly pale but he was conscious It is feared that the bul let pierced his lungs Committee Preparing to t Coat Swear Qocbel In FRANKFORT KY Jan SOtb 210 p m Special Contest Committee prepar ing to make short work of contest l Trimble may call joint session this afternoon to settle contest finally and Goebel I may be sworn in very soon 1 This Ends It f FBANKFOKT 230 p mSpeclnl+ When Senate adjourned Gen John Mar shall said This ends It so far as I am concerned L To Prevent Mob FBANKFOJIT Jan SOtb 230 p m Special Statebouse is surrounded by militia Goebels friends are organizing to prevent mob going after assassin physiciansrIntense Excitement FBANKEORT Jan 30th 3p mSpeci- al excitement here is growing and is intense Arrests Made 30SpeclalY5but two or three suspects have boon arrested i f InevitablefFBANKFOBT Jan 30th 315 p mg conjmnevitable Trimble advises that the Legislature adjourn to CovlnKton end swear Goebel in- CHURCH A HISTORY K Dr Hammond Illustrates It With His Twentieth Century Wheel The quarterly meeting service at the M Ei Church last Sunday was an insplr lug occasion The Presiding Elder Rev E W 8 Hammond DD preached one of the greatest sermons heard inr Hardinsbnrg in many days i Dr Hammond is the inventor of a unique device known as the twentieth century wheel on which Is portrayed the i f history oi the church from Pentecost + I down to the present darAt night he presented his Jr on the whttelandJew who were present will ngjDr HaMend Is one of the ablest of oar colatUI joiniaters Some twenty years aRoe wee paetoyof Hardlne burg and Cloverport cburebea and 1Is very this vicinity Frcix HAUBLRON v Mtflf r Made Young Again fOne of Dr Kings New Life Pillseach v v sight for two weeks haspnt me in my S teens again writes D H Turner of n town Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bow J 11 cripeOalyI F NOT IMPROVING MrShaw a Victim of the L C Wreck AmputationwMr Martin Frank one of Toblnsporta beet farmers went to Louisville last week f toVsee hie soninlaw Mr Shaw the Utall clerk who was Injured in the I O wreck twprnonths ago He says that rapidlyThevia bandage has failed to knit and he amputatedrV Death at tluldraugh Mrs JWl Harrington oif Mnldraugb ir died at her home at that place Tuesday jMrnmK She will be buried there to r 3y atttwo oclock IrJ W Herring iosifla brother of Mrs Joe Seymour a HERBINE should be used to enrich I r purify the ditcurEs all forms efullniii1 peerr ill every form of blood impurity it le a- vPand effectual cure Price 60 cents ERRII 1 11 f e THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSiiA TWO PROGRESSIVE CITIZENS RESPOND II What lis the Council going to do In an article in the last issue of this paper a progressive citizen asks the above question Will this prrgfeeeive citizen answer the following questions How much would the sale of a fran chine for electric lighting bring How much would a franchise for waterworks be worth Dont you think one dollar each would be an immense bargain Would the two dollars derived from these franchises make better times and repair many streets As the tax rate has been put to its highest legal limit by the old council how could the newcquncll or a commer cial club raise f TKr Dont you think it would be a good idea tor the progressive citizens to re quest Ibe counaltto borrow money or issue bonds to build a negro school house at once Do you know of ary progressive citi zen thit would lend the money to tulld a schoolhouseHow council going to get the money for all the improvements you mentionedTwo lve Uitlzsns Deeds Are Fruits Words are but leaves It Is not what we say but what Hoods Sarsaparllla does that tells the story The many wonderful cures affected by this medicine are the fruits by which it may be judged This proves it to be the great unequaled remedy for dyspepsia rhea matism salt rheum catarrh and all other ailments due to impure or Impoverished blood I effective HOODS PILLS are nonirritating mild BIG ORDER For The Cannelton Iron Works The Cannelton Iron Works received this week the largest order for picks yet received in the history of its existence The ordercame from Louisville and the boys have started to work day and night in order to catch up A now drill press which they recently ordered will be added to their plant in a few days The machine is one of the largest if not the largest of its kind in this section of the state Cdnnulton Inquirer THREE HOUSES WILL BE BUILT ON THE PIKE s A Pate of Hardinsbnrg has con tracted for the building of three tenant houses on the pike for rent They will be put up at once on the land Mr Pate purchased some time ago of Ben Miller The houses will all be of a substantial character and they are very much needed at presen- tPROFITABLE YEAR OF FARMING George Macy who lives near McKIn ney Texasand who was at Hardlnsburg visiting a short time ago had good luck farming last year He raised about two thousand bushels Atf wheat and sold It at 680 He also made four thousand bush ale of corn and a big lot of cotton Mr Macy bas been in Texas about eight years and went there without anything NEW FREIGHT ROOM Hardlnsburg Booming In Reality 8 A Pate has been awarded the con tract to build a freight room for B F Beard b Co at Hardlnsburg forty five by ninety feet with a cellar The build ing will be located between Dillons shop and their present business house cover ing the vacant lot there The house will be quite an advantage to Beard Gos business besides an addition to that part of town NEW PUPILS Arrive and Enter the Breckenrldge Normal The following new pupils entered the Breckenridge Normal college last week Emma Ahl Willto Ahl Annie Kinche Ice Eula Hensley Ivey Tucker J 0 Payne Wilbur Hensley Jdhn W Jar rett Jack Ritchie Beavin Barbee Ed Tindall Meade county Susie Burch Meade county Ava Sbacklett Meade couhty Catharide Thompson Marion Shelly Tucker Leland Tucker Amelia Hamad from Ouster Lon Payne and Cliff Payne DaWitts Little Early Risers purify the blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous liver pills for conatlr patten and liver troubles A R FIsher 10 f i lotJ r KILLEDOUTRIGHT I Robert Stewart Formerly of Webster Killed In Texas HIS BROTHER WILL INVESTIGATE A report comes to this town of the mysterious killing of Mr Robert Stewart who lives in Texas A NBWS representative was given the facts by Dr S B Adklseon who was told of the daetardly crimes Mrs Stewart writes to her brotherin law Mr Joseph Stewart of Webster that h husband Mr Stewart had left tho town where they lived for Dallas Texas to buy goods Mr Stewart Ileft whh a sum of money on his person esti mated to be between 1500 and 2000 He remained from home longer than he had anticipated and naturally hie wife became alarmed about him Days passed and passed and not a word of news was reqeived Mr Stew art bad left home on January 15th A few days ego Mrs Stewart received a letter bearing the sad news of her husbands death It wes in substance something like this We have killed and robbed your hue band and herein enclose to you his Ma sonic pin Had we known of this pin at the time his life would have been spared There is no use to look for life body as It cannot be found Signed ANONYMOUS Mr Stewart was a native of this coun ty and was born near Webster He was a son of Mr John Stewart deceased lie has been away for a period of 15 or 10 years and had the Rood luck to accum late a good share of this worlds goods His wife was a Mien Askins and was born and reared in the same neighbor hood They both come from excellent parentage and the occurrence is distress Ing to all of their friends and acquain tances Mr Joseph Stewart left Thursday eve ning for Texas to investigate if possible tho sad circumstances of his brothers death The properties of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT possess a range of useful ness greater than any other remedy A day seldom passes in any household especially where there are children that it is not needed Price 25 and 50 cents TWO PARTIES Given by Mrs Chas B Sklllman Thursday Jan 25th On Thursday afternoon Jan 25th the Ladies Reading Club was beautifully entertained by Mrs Chas B Sklllman In addition to the regular members there were a number of invited guests all of whom enjoyed the occasion hugely In the evening of the same day Mr and Mrs Skillman gave a progressive euchre party in honor of their sister Miss Eva Young of Morganfield Deli clone refreshments were served and the first prizss were won by Miss Elizabeth Bowmer and Mr Fred DHny Those present were Misses Eva Young Morganfield Lucille Sterett Hawesvllle Elizabeth Skillman Nellie Gregory Lu la Owen Margaret and Elizabeth Bowmen Messrs Charles White Fred Ferry Roy Heyser Fred DHuy Jesse Willis Charles Moorman Fred Fralzs W B Maple 0 T and J R Skillman Age and Youth Mr A M Hudnall and rIM M M Ferguson both of Ohio county were married In the office of the judge of the Spe ncer circuit court Rockport IdWednesday morning Esq John L Stuart officiating The groom h fifty years of age and the bride is twentytwo Owensboro Messenger lilies Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I suffered a long time with dyspepsia lost flesh and became every weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure complete ly cured me It digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never falls to give immediate relief In the worse casesA R Fisher Consumption takes a Good Woman Mrs Henry Jolly who lives on the Clo verport and Hardmaburg turnpike died Monday night of consumption Mrs Jolly had been ill for sometime ltev F M Potty of Hardlnsburg conducted the funeral Her interment tcok place yesterday afternoon Ladles Reading Club The Lassies Reading ofeb frill meet tomgrrow afternoon at thfljhome of Mrs JO Wi Momam tki L CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Prayermeetings Tuesday Wedncs and Thursday nights- TheSl1udaySchool Normal clan will ba held at tho Baptist church tonight In connection with the prayermeeting service The Womans Parsonage and Home Mission Society will meet with Mrs James Stiles Tuesday afternoon A childrens service will be held at the Methodist church every Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock conducted by the Rev T V Joiner The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church meets at that church every Friday night The Ladles Aid Bode ties wjll meet at the Methodist church Monday afternoon Rev Driskell will preachet the Chris tlon church every third Sunday morn ing andevening The young mens prayermeeting will meet at the Baptist church Sunday after noon It will be conducted b1l Prof W B Maple and the topic of the ear vice is If Jesus obonla come to Clo verport Use Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at once If your chDdhti croup or bronchllU Waite no time delay may be dangerous Dr Built C ugh Sjiup cure at once It leaI ale and Infailable remedy All druggists leillt lor 2f cents WILL h Joel Clacomb Divides His Property Among His Children The will of Joel Claycomb was admit ted to probate in the county court last week His son Carrol is named as the executor The will directs that all debts be first paid and the remainder of his property or its proceeds be divided among his children LETTERS WERE SENT BY THE POUCH FULL There were nearly 7000000 letters sent to the Dead Letter Ofllcejast year and of this number 12J00 contained moneyThis origlnnt tftapa personal falling to properly iSuTess their iet tore There isnt any reason for a per son not knowing the correct way to ad dress a letter If you are in doubt as to the way dont feel by asking that your ignor ance will be heralded It will not 1 Any one who knows will gladly respond and will take a delight in so doing Many of the blotches pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the failure of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities which remain In the system HERBINE will stimulate the liver and kidneys and cleanse the system of all Impurities Price 60 cents FARMERS MEET The Farmers of Perry County Hold Their MidWinter Institute The midwinter meet of the farmers Institute of Perry county will be held at Blue Rim church in Anderson town ship on Friday and Saturday Feb 23 24 The main subjects will beJertiUty poultry stock feeding and planting the orchard A good program ia arranged in which none but practical men will participate and it Is especially urged upon all who can to attendCannelton Inquirer A Pleasant Occasion Miss Cora Pine entertained Wednesday evening In honor of her brother Walter Pine of Seymour Ind There were quite a number present and a most enjoyable evening was spent Is Improving Mr Russell Williams of Eastland who has been quite ill of typhoid fever is Improving rapidly In Town Roland Smith of Stephensport was In town Saturday Mr Smith conducts onb of the best hotels along the Ohio river Nothing Like Homey James 8 linlna who went to Otvene boro sometime agoto work has returned to ha native county Brcckenridge Mr TIniua was much pleased with his pros peels but could not give up the idea of leaving his native birth place IWill Remain Here The friends of Prof Maple and Miss Ella Robertfon are glad to know that they will continue their school work here Theyare both excellent teachers ahdlave mad p1a y friends who would =egret their departure v i t SOME REA= SONS WHY The City of Should Have an Opera House If properly conducted it would benefit the young men of Cloverport morally mentally and physically If it were owned by the city which it should be it would be a source of reve nue to the city treasury which would be very acceptable just at present- It should be a two etory building with the second story to be made into office rooms a Y M 0 A reading room and gymnasium and a public ball room No doubt there will be some who will object toan opera bouse from a moral standpoint but there ia no more harm in a good moral opera than there is in good literature It is often the case that a young man spends his earnings in amusements not half so beneficial There is just as much difference in a moral entertainment and a Buck ingham show as there is between a five cent Nick Carter and Shakespeare One is elevating while the other Is demoral izing The citizens will readily realize the benefit of a Y M C A reading room There can be nothing more elevating to a young mans mind that the perusal of good books A g mnasium would be a source of innocent amusement and of great physical benefit The money for this enterprise should be raised by subscription Tickets rang ing from one dollar to ten dollars should be sold each ticket entitling the pur chaser to a seat at the firs entertain ment or at any one afterwards When 506 of the required amount is subscrib ed the bouse should be built Then barrow the other 50 and let the receipts liquidate the debt Each merchant could afford to buy s0 00 worth of tickets andfeive a ticket with a certain amount of goods purchased from him thereby helping the gausp and him elf loo The churches and schools should be granted the privilege of using the opera house for their entertainments Wo would then have a place for public meetings of all kinds where eyerybody would be comfortable and the city would be benefited at the same time If anyone has a scheme that is thought to be more practicable than this let us have it Councilmen from the 3rd ward- INTERVENTION A Daughter Saves two Good Women From Being Badly Burned Mrs Missouri Brewlngton who lives near Hurdlnsburg made a very narrow escape last Friday from being burned to death While working near a fire at Mr Tom Macs her dress caught from behind and but for the timely inter vention of her daughter Mrs Macy who was standing near she would likely have been burned severely Mrs Macys hands and arms wore badly burned In her efforts to smother the flames As it wee Mrs Brewlngton was burned quite severely but not danger ouely She had on heavy clothing and she was almost surrounded by the flmes in an instant Free Lectures Believing that the people of Clover port will appreciate some intellectual entertainment during these winter even ings I cordially invite them to attend three free lectures at the Catholic church next Sunday Monday and Tuesday at 7p m- The Rev Edwin Drury will lecture on the following subjects SundayThe Catholic Church and the wants of Society MondayTemperance Tuesday Martin Luther The subjects will be treated phlloso phically and illustrated from the condi tions that prevail around us 0 BRKY IThink of Ease But Work On- If your blood is impute you cannot even think of east The blood is the greatest sustainer of the body and When you make it purely taking Hoods Sana parilla you havNe perfect health in which even hard Work becomes easy RoYMakes the food more delicious and I 1 torn ainM rose 00 mw TOOK ITenant House I A tenant house Pierce dn the farm of W U Holt Holt Ky burned last Friday morning at 4 oclockThe cause of fire originated from a de fective flue Mr Pierce saved nearly all of his household furniture There was no insurance y Whosoever has suffered from piles knows how painful and troublesome they are TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure piles Price 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Has Gone To Mot Springs Mr Henry Wright engineer on the It Henderson route left Saturday for H it Springe Ark Mr Wrights health has been declin ing since his spell of fevers His physi clans decided that the above place was the best resort for his entire recoyery Brings Suit For Divorce Mrs Emma Barkley who resides near Stephensport has brought suit for di vorce against her husband GeorgejBark ley The case will be argued at this term of the circuit court 011 was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grow worse I used Kodol Dyspep ala Cure That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forma of dy spopstaA R Fisher Deal Closed Mr Julius Dutehke who consummated the sale of his farm near Union Star some weeks ago to Guerncst Bros haa closed thedoalr epurohuorpald- hllIi 0000 Big Timber Sale Mike Tierney has sold to Carey Marble of 0 weneboro timber land con slating of 100 acres lIancockIsome price of 2000 csh Very fluch Pleased Mr Forest Haynes who has been teaching school at Holt was in town Monday His school closed Friday and he is much gratified over the progress his pupils have made It takes but a minute to oyercome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough by the use ofj One Minute Cough Cure This remedy quickly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasantto take It prevents consump tion A famous specific for grippe and its alter effectsA R Fisher Buys Timber yard R L Newsom sold last Thursday to H L Morton a tract of timber land on Tar creek Consideration 80 Shetland Ponies Hon Lafe Green Falls of Rough shipped by expr lllast Friday five She land ponies to Meyer Co Danville 111 Mr Green as owner of a fine her of Shetland ponies has been for years the envy of all the small boys in the country It has been demonstrated repeatedly manyIye Cough Remedy is a certain preventative and cure for croup It has become the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only re peats what has been said around the globe when he writes I have 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 is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Land Sale J 0 Crutcher of Garrett lies sold his farm of 84 acres to R M Brown of Har din county for 22 60 an acre A tale will be held at his home Friday Febru ary 2nd Meeting Closed Rey Sneed closed the meeting at Kee wins Chapel last week The meeting was in progress two weeks and closed with ten conversions and nine additions to thechurcli S p I I I I S IS S SS S 5 8 Y I56 COLUMNS ALL PROBATED 1 PAGES THE Spopnlarln andMieelonary Cloverport 1 RAKING POWDER wholesome II 8urnedI APPEALED THIS CONTEST The Saloon Men Through Their Attorney Have Appealed The Contest Case The saloon men through their attor fey D R Murray have appealed the contest case to the circuit court Mr Murray was at Hardlnsburg last Thursday and took the necessary orders grant the appeal A summons was ordered for F N DHuy one of the contestants and a supersedeas issued against Mr Jolly chairman of the contest Board and also against County Judge Abland Mr Cunningham clerk of the county courtMr Murray was also taking deposi tions here last Saturday which are to be used in the case when It Is called in the circuit court This proof only goes to show that the election notices which authorized the vote were properly made and published It cannot affect the re suIt of the case either way That will be left entirely with Judge McUeatb + The contestees having won before the election board will a have strong point in their favor when it comes up in the circuit court for roviow The decis ion of the commlMlotioM as we under stand it was decidedly in effect that the election was valid and should not be overturned This is a strong point for the local option people Whatever view Judge McBeath may take of the case will probably be the law but there is one thing that cannot be denied and that is that n majority of fiftytwo of the citizens of Cloverport have said that they did not want the open saloon Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and sorrow because of the death of a loved one from a neglected cold BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP is the great cure for coughs colds and all pulmonary all ments Price 25 and 50 cents LECTURED ON HUMANITY OF JESUS CHRIST Rev Edwin Drury of Knottaville de livered a most excellent lecture to the congregation of the St Rose Catholic church Sunday night at 7 oclock Ills subject was Humanity of Jesus Christ Those who heard the lecture pronounc ed it to be one of the best that has been delivered in this city for some time is Mrs WeatherholtDead Mrs Shaad Weatherholt an old lady of Tobinspott died Monday night She was the wife of Mr Shaad Weatherholt and was a true Christian woman Having a Great Bun on Chamber lainsCoughKemedytManager drug adgreat runon Chamberlains Cough Rem edy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there ia nothing like Chew berlains Cough remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief within a very short time The sales are growing and all who try it are pleased with its prompt action South Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport j R A Shell man Stephensport Imported English Hackney Geo Lyddan proprietor of the Mount Maple Stock Farm Webster writes the NEWS that he line just purchased an im ported English Hackney stallion to cross on eaddle and trotting bred mares with the hope of getting more size and actionU This stallion be naysaa 10 hands high weighs 1400 pounds IA a perfect coo It type with quick action lIe brings with him ribbon won at the State lairs held at Indianapolis Ind and Cincinnati 0 Mr Lydden Is a progressive stock man and believes in i the best grade Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt eayeii Our baby was covered withrunning sores DeWltts Witch Hazel Saws cured her A specific for plies and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter feltsA B1leherrc r se 19 r 4T- 1I 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 4 =4 PLANTS OUT OF PLACE Some Sound Sentiments Regarding Weeds Voiced by the Sage of Rural Neck WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO DISPOSE OF THEM Oy the Hon Wm Cook In the Bowling Green News The following paper WAS prepared and read Wore the recent Farmers Institute by Hon Vm Fish Cook whom we all loye to call the Sage of Rural Neck Somhoty IIItllkll me to write eomethitiK fr H Ji thInK about weeds for this mo i Weeds are like bad habits or bad cvin any or bad thoughts plentiful and ceutily found but not eas fly overcome and destroyed Weeds are the curse of the material world just as sin Is tho curse of the moral world It is strange that weeds should grow BO easy and so plentiful just by themselvts and corn should be so hard to raise by plant Ing and work In this world the fact Is the Rood and useful cn onlj be secured by brain work hard work and muscle work There once certainly was a better time and condition of things on this earth than exist nowadays There Is a remnant of signs nnd of fact that man was once better than he is now and that the earth the mother of the living was purer and more fruitful of good than atpresentIt and feels as if the fruits of the garden have degenerated and the sweet apples turned to sour ones the wheat turned to cheat and the timothy turned to crab grass The great big question If how to get back to original conditions and principles Man In all his work and wisdom has failed and left timings in just as bad a fix as be found them Something like two thousand years ago a strange man appeared on earth in a strange man ner and under strange conditions When in full manhood ho talked strangely andI did strange things that confounded the wise and has made the moral world cleaner and better from that good day to this but as far as we know has not made one weed less in the field or garden or one sour grape a sweet one To speak of weeds more definitely I have not time or space As good defini tion as I have ever Been of a weed is this A plant out of place This would Indicate that most anything how ever useful in its place becomes an evil out of Its place and many things that may be called bad in one place if they were in a different place would be accepted as good and useful I have seen it written and I believe it true that weeds as a rule are a benefit and not a curse under certain conditions and cir cumstances To make crops grow and make bread and a worlds living the soil must be tilled by plow and barrow and hoe This appears to be as neces sary as tho winds blow in the tree tops or the frosts bite to make the harvest ripe I heard an expert bee culturist say that bee moths were a blessing to the intelligent beekeeper and not an evil because these moths would make the beekeeper keep his hives filled with bees so that there would be no room or place for the moth I know the man who said that told the truth And so it is if you hayo a hill of corn or potatoes growing a weed cant grow in the same hill It is said and I expect it is true that every year the weeds eat up onethird of the plant food In the soil of our fields and orchards and uardenp And what does all this amount to 7 It is robblnit millions of mouths of bread Show me the farm overran with weeds and briars and the fence rows hid with briars anti brush and I will show you a farm with a lean crib and a lean smoke house and a mortgage in the clerks office Neglect your schools and churches and moral family control and moral darkness and weeds the soul despoiler will soon have dominion Neglect the farm and soon the weeds and the wild sprouts and the worthless grasses will take possession and plunder your fields and starve your fam- Ily The stern fact is all the good we get in this world we hays to work for the bad comes to us without work either in the moral or material world Let me say now and in conclusion Permit less weeds to grow in your fields and gardens and orchards and you will raise more crope more fruits and more vegetables What are weeds and how to kill them opens up a big field Accept it as a fact that a plant out of place is a weed whether It la a third stalk in a corn hill or a cockleburr In the row digit up cut it off or plow it out Dad weeds bad insects and bad farming is bringing a power of trouble on our country It is hoped by our best and wisest men that better days are dawning Weeds wherever water flows and t trees grow on the face of the earth exist Weeds are natural and inherit the earth while corn is unnatural and must be teuitlvated TIle natural rule is that wrongs prevail and the right must be k worked for The question now to be considered Is how to kill weeds to prevent them from killing or crippling use ful crops Anything that Is growing in your cultivated lands or pastures that you dont want you may count it ri weed and a wild persimmon or a sassafras sprout you may count in for it is bad and of longer irowth The way to kill weeds and sprouts or briars is to do just as you do to kill any thing else Strike it in its most vital part The way I kill und have klllcfel1 persimmon and sassafras and other sprouts as well as briars is to keep them cut up If you want to kill perennial growth of weeds or wood dig them up or cut them off luring tho latter part of time growing season say about the mid die of August not giving them time to make any more growth that season If you cau keep these undesirable growths from growing sixty or seventy days during the growing season they will go dead for good We have more annual weeds than any other kind such as keerless smartweeds cockleburr Spanishneedle crib grass and a hun dred arid one other growths not forget ting thu morning glory These all can be kept down and finally destroyed by close and constant cultivation This matter of keeping weeds down anti destroying them on the farm or any where else Is all a question of work and some common sense mixed with the work Tho man who tries always does The fcrm that is overrun with brush briars and weeds and produces only a scant crop of useful products should have another waster and the Incumbent should go to town to educate tile children and drink his share of wills key Old People Made Young J 0 Sherman the veteran editor of the Vermontyille Mich Echo has discovered the remarkable wcret of keeping old people young For years he has avoided Nervousness Sleepless ness Indigestion Heart trouble Constipation and Rheumatism by using Elec tric fitters and he writes It cant be praised too highly It gently stimulates the kidneys tones the stomach aids dl appetlttItme Its a marvelous remedy for old peoples complaints Only 60c at Short Haynes drug store Broken Commandment The brilliant young preacher when ho makes his parochial calis endeavors to cultivate an acquaintance with the development of the younger minds thus after a fashion keeping tab upon his Sunday school teachers Tho other afternoon while ho was waiting In the drawing room of a beau tiful Cass avenue residence for the delayed appearance of Elsies mamma ho was entertained by the little daughter herself Taking her upon his lap bo began a review of the church les sons that had been given to the little maid of 5 Can you tell me Elsie how many commandments there are fYes sir seven or eight Oh no dear there are ten Yes 1 know there used to be but I heard papa tell mamma yesterday that you had broken two or three of thorn at least at 1 that would leave only seven or eight you know Detroit Free Pre- ssToau u in Have Kidney Trouble anJ Dont Know it Itow To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a proof There wonderful book about It both mall address Kilmer tt sediment or set lung Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the ild neys If It stains your linen It la evidence of trouble frequent desire to It or pain In the back balsa convincing that the kidneys and blad der arc out of order What to Do Is comfort In the knowledge so SwnmpRoot thebackInabilitytoliquorwineoftenduringtimesduringordinary effect of SwampRoot IIs soon wonderful thebest1 stzesYoudiscovery- and a that tells more sent absolutely free by Dr kid ney too pass Home ct lwampnooe I Co Binghamton N Yf When writing Uon reading this generous offer In this menII SIMPLE SENSE There is a right way to do all things Ana pectant mother can easily real ize ifs e stops to think a moment how dangerously wrong it is to swallow medi cines when in her condition She can see that the outside application ofa liniment which softens and relaxes must certainly be the thing for her to use Such a liniment is MOTHERS FRIEND doingherduring labor Send to us for Olt free illustrated book Before Baby is Born Mothers Friend is sold in drug stores for ta bottle or from TIlE BRADFIELJ REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga TOBACCOMANURING Tobacco Fertilizers Require A High Degree of Availa bility By R OarwooJ in Southern Farm Magazine Manuring for heavy tobacco for ox port or plug Is a very simple matter A heavy rank growth is wanted and pi uty of nitrogenous manures answer time pur pose For cigar and smoking tobacco a very dlllerent plan must be followed In the first plate the toll should bb as clean as possible and fall plowed unless the soil is so light that winter washing is feared If a clovercrop can be turned under in the fall the organic matter will bb sufficiently rotted for good tobacco the following year and the nitrogen ac cumulated by the clover will ho used to good advantage Tobacco manures have a marked influ ence on the quality of the crop Nitrate of soda is a good form of nitrogen arid acid phosphate is a satisfactory form of phosphate For potash those forms whichcontain no chloride should be used such es sulphate double sulphate of potash magnesia or double carbonate of potash magnesia It seems settled that chlorides injure burning qualities but if the potash is applied the previous fall there Is no dangerof injury from this cause All the fertilizers except the ni trate may be applied the previous fall without danger of loss unless the soil is very light in which case the fertlltzsr must be applied veryearlyin the spring The proportions of nitrogen potash and phosphoric acid in a tobacco fertili zer is subject to some controversy It would seem that a safe plan would be to follow the proportions shown by the nat ura selection of the plant itself that is its chemical analysis While this may not be an Ideal fertilizer it certainly shows what the plant must have to make a good growth A crop of 1COO pounds of leaves and 1300 pounds stems con tame Nitrogen 89 Ibs potash 103 pounds phosphoric acid 23 pounds This fertilizer is contained in 550 pounds of nitrate of soda 210 pounds of sulphate of potash and 200 pounds of 12 per cent acid phosphate A large proportion of the nitrogen may be obtained through the use of crimson clover or even cowpeas but the potash and phos phate must be applied to every crop All fertilizer for tobacco must have a high degree of availability as the plant has little power of foraging through the soil for food Its roots are thick and fleshy and there is a lack of fine fibrous feeding roots so common in grain crops While it is very Important to have an ample supply of fertilizer it must be well balanced A great excess of nitrogen will cause a too rank growth making a thick leaf unsuitable for smoking or cigar tobacco Similarly a great excess of phosphoric aCd will force an early maturity causing woodiness of leaf as well as a diminished crop Limestone soils should have the potash applied in the form of double carbonate of potash magnesia as it is claimed that bad burning qualities are caused by limo salts in the leaf A crop of cowpeas heavily manured with fertilizer material is a good advance crop but it must be turned under early in the fall and crossplowed early in the spring By this method any form of potash fait may be used Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fall to act prop erly take n dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SVROP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Not it It Were Mr flop Some years ago the lato Horace Mann the eminent educator delivered an address at the opening of some re formatory institution for boys during which ho remarked that It only one boy was saved from ruin It would pay for all the cost and care and labor of establishing such an institution as that prlI Mann upon his statement and said to him Did you not color that a llttlo when you said that all that expense and la bor would bo repaid if It only saved one 1 boyNot if It were my boYwl1I the olemn and convincing reolr Hit Wife Saved Him My wifes good advice saved mv life writes PM Roes of Winffeld 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 Fevpr and all maladies of Chest Throat and Lungs are positively cured by this marvelous medicine SOc and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Short Haynes drug store QUARTERLY REPORT Ol TJlE DINK Of llARD1llSBUB Ilardlnsbtirg Ky At the close of butlness on the joth day of December s8- gmtnsotJIncEs Loans and discounts lets loanstodlrectors 11046067 Overdrafts unsecured 54 iq Due from National banks 3St3t62 Ranking house and lot iSo o Other real estate 5738 Other stocks and bends 3183750 Currency 162323 Furniture and fixtures 40000 UI1ILtfIHSfOoJ44 9 Capital stock paid in in cashsoootoUndivided proM I 51 3- LJspoiits subject to check Ion whlh Interest Is Hot ujilJttsosSol Time certificates of deposit on which Interest Is paid 97I8S 17785986 Unpaid dividend 100000 S20941469STATSI County ot HrccktmMce ss MH Heard Oishier hank of llardlnsbunr a bank located and doing business In the city of liar dlnsburg In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report IIs in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 3011 day of DecmSto the best of his knowledge and belief I and fattlier says that the butinets ot said bank has beets transacted at the location named and not chaw here I and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notlct received Irom the Secretary of State designating the 30th day ot Dec law as the day on which uch report shall bs made M II HEARD Cashier I nMJnLLYII Direlon Subscribed and sworn to before me by M IF Heard the and day of Jan 1899 FRANK HOARD N1DCI My commission expires with next session Ken luck Senate QUARTERLY REPORT IF TI- lEBreckinridge Bank Clovcrport Ky At the elate of business on the 3 th of December 389- 9EESOURCUS Loans and duconnU cubans to directors 11109954 Loans to officers 390000 I Overdrafts unsecured l5 59 Due from National banks s6G6oJ I I Due Irom ttate banks and bankers S997 sz6c774 I flanking house and lot 300000 Other real estate 5157873 Other stocks and bonds 5001748 Specie 100000 Currency 1190113 1490113 I Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Debts in suit 14ISS- tamp I Account 30000 I 1 13960501 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash 4310000 Surplus fund 1000000 Undivided profitsH J5 S7 Due depositors as follows viz1 I Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 7ljSovS Time certificates of deposit fan which interest Is paid IIIJii74S 18163746 Unpaid Dividends per cent declared this day I35300 39601503STATaorKRNTCCKYjJI I A B Skillman cashier of Urecklnridge flank a bank located and doing business at No Wall street In the city ol Cloverport in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all re spects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Dec 1899 to the best ci his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of laid bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere I and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 3othday of Dec 1899 as the Ja1 on which such report shall be mad A II SKI LUIAN Cashier I 0 F W NlIlIUYII Directors Subscribed and sworn to befote me by A It Skillman cashier the id day of January 1900 CIIAS n SXIUMAM N P D C Commission expires Ian 16 1000 SEMIANNUAL REPORT OF EE1HcfanCo1DkrH n a rs OF Irvington Ky At the close of business December 30 1809 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1141101 Overdrafts secured MS3 08 Cash on hand and due from banks UjSjjo Stocks and bonds t 10859- Fomlcure and Fixtures 100000 Expenses for past six month Including taxes and stationery 33933 aT4073z LIABILITIES Capital stock f1500000 One depositors 1111831 Undivided profit 117890 I I 15740725 E II SuiuiAif President Subscribed and sworn to before D e this January 31900 Rosy B HAWaii I N P BC I Common Sense Commands Goods ofUrI tY V v gX5o pWfinest line of Combs Brushes Purses Tooth Brushes Paper jj and other notions pertaining to a firstclass Drug Store I1 JEWELRY We excel all others A beautiful stock to g I make n selection from g- g1 MOREMEN At POPHAM g 3 3IRVIGTON KY J mmm mmemmmmwmwmmmmmmmmmmm m mmmm S1mm m m I All of Our Goods Are Choice IWo are preparing tto put on sale nn immense stock of mWinter Wearing Apparel m El Reduced Piicet m 11Our entire stock o- fCLOTHING mm DRY GOODS BOOTS g SHOES HATS and CAPS and im Gents Furnishing Goods gj Will be offered at a big discount How can you let tins m sale escape you 1 Come nnd interview our salesmen m W E BROWN Irvington Ky jm mmmm m m mmm re XXXXXXXXKXX THE BRECKENRIDGENORMAL HARDIMSBUEIG KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 Instructors Practical and enthusiastic 8and8 COURSES AND TUITION 0 6 Primary SI 75 per month o Intermediate 2 50II 6 I Preparatory 3 20IITeachers 3 20 x Scientific Classical further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr President HARDINSBURGr SEND NO MONEY IllnI5Vmit ne li h l i ri4 iE found P iJuUifMUrr eiKMIj u nprtwnted- M IU ISIS u SIOoo sad Tilt IIROIU IOU KTIR itiiko or pqspk L 1iI 1550 OF ttttt M 20 per month 3 20 II II Music 3 II Board 175 to 2 25 per week For A B KY BukUM IkrtuIlM ikiiTKar tIe ORDER eat thislToHuI S us and mllelotCIYIrs zak sad 1rsds SltOOudip all rilljlMrtk I 0r rr 5t Nuht ttakibit S1550 for Ikl DROP DESK CABINET BUHDIOK- U the greatest Talue ever ooerea oy any bouae BEWARE IMITATIONS Tertlimenu ofltrlng Issshlass under various dimes TArioat Inducements Writ s trkM U Ullkff a4 t ua U an I LIABLE AID WHO ASK pot THE BURDICK irilVlilssl ha every IOoarsat puist TillIlIaraYIIVM Jlronuu tiAIAJ1nyVANlIUt TVILUBK uu F JENKINS t f i3 50 I r I with K hooD l 1 I SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK DROP DE8IS- OABINET I riiBU ruusuxo one I beaddmp- plug mliifrom s n u tbr- Sp5 with furlenrtb table and bead In place for sewing 4 hMi dnwrri litmt ISO iktlftm fruu carved paneled embossed and I 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ZStft os 45 and 46 have rullman UnSet Sleeping Can and elegant highback seat PauenJer Coaches through between Louisville Evansvllle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high bee seat Pass eager Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville Eviniyfllc and St Louis without change etegaCoachel r 1 outchangeEDGAR hiLtTraffic Manager LoulsyllI LIHH St LLI Hv Forte Branch TIME TABLE Ni 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 West Dound Trains East Bound Train NoSfXo6t STATIONS No2f t No AM PH AN rIC 10 60 6 45 Lv Irilngtoo Ar 9 00 1Ias 11 13 7 08 Gartield 83S 620 11 24 7 19 Harncd 8 24 II Ol 11 28 7 23 Junction 8 ao S OS 1133 728 tardlnsburg sis 600 11 40 7 35 Junction 8 JO 4 M 11110 7 45 Kirk s 01 4 48 11 67 7 62 Jolly 7 64 4 89 1209 804 74J 4S7 12 J 8 09 GlendeaneDempster 7 80 4 15 12 SO 8 Z Pails of Rough 715 400 1260 845 Dempster 8 67 S 41 12 M S 60 Kockvale 8 63 388 100 865 Ruth 641 3 S3 103 900 Asklns 644 118 903 Oaks 601 20 915 Ar FordsvOle LT 6 3- rl IM I DallyTrains withTralnlbranchTralnl4 connect at Irvlngton with Mam Line trains 414143 and 44 1LYONS I I I I nc I MARK 1 LAXATIVE SYRUFNATURES CURE FOB I- GONSTIPATlOtf Is made ffom the chol cest extrac I vegetables and fruits contains n Jurlous drugs and Is the best p scrlptlon that can be co mpounded Ithe cure of Constipation Bllloushe tIdlspel5makes the complexion clear ianyViaxativeyouidrUgglstts adults For sale by druggists atj SOC per bottle 11 For Sale 11AY481CLOVERPOItT f t J 1f 3a 3a 3a 3P atB I all 6Wi Wiet etor orrr 1 rumy myRe ant rec Rot Plo will are you T w- ii tal tdoeft per The tion such fir b- note g story theh Ob- ment all t- Jyeatl butd wear own away thingwith withbeing l andOdo doP Am- preBB Kentueweete II Kent have Doole3 iRichi ache Irelam f 1l her I 1hio a- I t UtIca IrnellI E Jun twp beet iPOfl rj j i tohaflera L wrt1-c Mr Thai 1 Iabg feareitll jiIFc Xrctll InLsM11 f IIiftitlIIl JetS- JMtera tt- ii biIhad frat dtrn emb oombfneI Inleya t e I THE BRfcCKENRIDGB r- ry NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 19003 i lit f r t CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIE QRINNBLL It makes mo perfectly furious for news PSpilf renorters to make personal and pilvjfe affairs public What if Mr Goe bells to marry Mian Blackburn Does that concern the public or politico o It seems that General Wheeler might be put on theIt retired list but then Col Cuthbert Bulllttfl only 00 and still attending operas and mask balls in Nsw Orleans lie is enjoying second child hood no doubt o Senator Blackburn will be given a din ner by his Washington friends at an early dateIe Come ye in peace or come ye in war or come ye to wed young Lochinvar Chicago 00 will always have his admirers I for one cannot say much against a man who wore the gray and who has in his veins the best Ken lucky bloodIf he lIs a silver crank and an anti 0-t Prof Hadleys visit to Louisville was r as memorable as Julia Arthurs and both were educational and historical The i President of Yale wants education to be substantial solid He wants atrust higheatHe hopes 2000000 can be raised by the Yale graduates before the iennial expo sitionjrNew 0Yorks meeting in honor of Ben Lee Mrs Jeff Davie was given an Dvatlon at the WaldorfAstoria Stone trail Jackson was not forgotten Genes motto was Ie Duty which he eald was the sublimest word in our language Ve believe it President McKlnleys etter of regret was read Good will and cordiality exist in our beloved country while the heroes sleep tho sleep of the rave 0I am much pleased to know that my iriticlsm and remarks induced several of my friends to read Uncle Ike and the Red Headed Boy and Ie David Harum and Ie In Ills Steps etc In one letter received am asked for opinion on Red Rock and When Knighthood was in Flower I have not read either but I- GGI will soon All communications received are highly appreciated and I am so glad you all take the NEWS 0This paper the BBECKKNRIDQE News 4 9 without a doubt the kindest most lib jal sheet published in Kentucky and parThe editor has no malice in his composi tion That is the kind of man to run such a paper Everybody expresses his or her opinion in politics or religion and rgoesand our correspondents are just tro nice Last issue was to the topnotch Subscribe and read the serial story Get the two back numbers and theh read on- Observers 0of literary currents are com menting upon the interesting fact that all the most popular books of the past YeAr are not only from American writers but deal with American themes Well we are learning you know to accept our own standards as the best Getting sway from foreign influence iis the right thing for us in literature The late war with Spain hastened the sentiment of being more patriotic in reading circles patriotdo 0Primes Lane Allen has anew book in press The Reign of Law a Story of Kentucky Hemp Fields It cant be sweeter thanII Choir Invisible or Kentucky Cardinal Our club will have ItII Richard Carvel and Mr expectationsIlRlcbardl tWree hundred and tenth thousand AfiaOrucls by Marion Crawford has- leached the 63000 mark I notice even Ireland is getting a literary move She has for a century or so lElEhenothing but keep alive some few Ideals and then poverty and f aaater hays weighed heavily When prnell fell a host of new movements fegan So many different orders have ben organized since his fall Well the JVsh haye the humor the sense the in hearts vivid snnny imaginations numerous legendeto shape into plans douornff tore 0aHml J W H since reading your partyMei la bfV glowing tribute to this pen I MniVlmost concluded to rest on my l but then what would the youMIJ linaughttie fBJeffersonlan quill and could bring Mteraio a telling point like you Id be- up big gana all the while I just ghed over your expression on the T and currency question So true 1I- ci treeler SllreJluft Noahand aa and Japeth did go into aemlDel bd itwas a success tool Htdid that quartet know about Mo Jaltyi rule or Mark Banna tIt Is t human nature to corner it you can isnt Itf And JW II if you will run for the Legislature in lOW and have those five laws passed we will have a chromo of the statue of J W H done in bronze and placed l oh horrors I Not at Frankfort but in a place where pure politics is found and where men will knock others down who offer a bribe to an officer in our State to secure his in fluence And if the officer accepts the bribe do him likewise and clear the earth of such pollution Yes you are right the Democratic party has plenty ofugood conservative countryloving fiag honoring statesmen I only wish they were in power today and held the reins of State and National government Amen I and Amen 1 Iwith the accent on AJ please Bucklens Aruba Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cares It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tet ter Salt Rheum Fever Soree Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at Short A Haynea AN AFFAIR OF THE HEART And How It Infuenced the Life of Andrew Jackson The recent celebration of Jacksons Day recalls interesting events in the life of that fiery young Tenne fan who left the impress of his strong nature upon the affairs of this nation An affair of the heart was the powerful factor in Andrew Jacksons life the results of which had more influence than any other one thing in shaping his history and was indirectly the cause of his deathLove affairs are always Interesting Even the most commonplace wooing of the most commonplace people possesses IkllJbutheart history of our truly great ones we are ippresscd with the thought that the deeper the life the broader and more engrossing lIs the affection The love of Andrew Jackson was cen tered upon Rachel Robards the pretty dark eyed wife of a cruel and suspicious man Under the Virginia law a divorce could only be procured with the sanction ot a special act of the legislature which was petitioned for by Lewis Robards in 1700 The bill was passed authorizing him to sue for a divorce This was only a preliminary to the diyorce but was strongly considered by the interested parties as final Jackson though a law yer himself seemed to have labored un der the same mistake as lis evidenced by his marriage to Mrs Rubards in 1701 It was not until two years later that Jackson became convinced that he was not legally married to his wife where upon he lost no time in having a second ceremony performed While neither he nor his wife seem to have lost any social prestige by their error they were both extremely sensi tive on the subject It is said of Jack sons feeling about the matter that for the man ho dared breathe his wifes name except in honor he kept pistols in yearsAlmostin the life of Old Hickory was caused in directly by real or supposed allusions to hja marriage He seems to have been supersensitive on the subject and his great and tender love for his wife caused him to be over zealous in guarding her good name The duel with Dickinson which took place at Harrisons Mill Logan county in 1800 was due indirectly to the same cause In this encounter Dickinson was fatally shot and Jackson received a wound which in after years opened internally and hastened his death in 1845 Even the enemies of Mrs Jackson agree that she was ever a true and lov ing wife to Jackson The worst that could be eald of her was that she never outgrew the effects of her early surrounding While her husband was develop ing from a rollicking fighting back woods lawyer into an accomplished Eol dler l+ nd popular statesman she was changing from a pretty country girl Into a commonplace kindhearted matron without any of the graces that compen sate for the loss of youth and beauty Her ambitions was bounded by the limits of the Hermitage Farm and her consolation in grief and her companion in joy was pipeHappily Jackson seemed not to realize that his wife had lost any of her youth ful charms and while she was the cause of his bitterest hour she was also the source of all his happiness and as such was dearly prized J B Clark Peoria I1IJ says But forI1esbutHazel SalveJ It is infallible for piles counterfeltsA w tt Y j iJ A SMALL SPOT MAY BE CANCER MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE APPEARED AT FIRST AS MERE PIMPLES Tho care shows under ono tell cause they do not know just what the disease they naturally turn themselves over to tho fsII and are forced to submit to a and operatioivthe only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer Thodisease thanMoroother external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The curo must within tho last of poison must be eradicated Mr Walpolo of Walshtown 8 says A little blotch about the sizo of n pea came under my left eyo gradually growing larger from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions I became greatly alarmed and consulted n good doctor who pronounced It Cancer and advised that cut out but this I could not sent to I read in my local paper of a curo effected by S S S and decided to try it It acted like n charm the Cancer becoming at first irritated and then i very freely This gradually grow less and then dlCon dropIPositively tho only euro for Cancer Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD because it the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and it out of tho system permanently surgical operation does not react tho bloodthe real scat of tho disease because the blood can not be cut away Insist upon S S S nothing can take its place- S 8 8 cures also any case of Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious BloodPoison Ulcers Sores any other form of blood disease Valuable books on Cancer Blood Diseases will bo mailed frco to any address by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia A LARGE DELEGATION Is Expected at the Y M C A Convention at Covington On February 15 18 the nineteenth nual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations will meet at Covlncton Ky A strung program haa been arranged by the Executive Committee Among those announced to participate are Mr Frank W Ober editor Association Men Chicago Mr L Wilbur Mesier General S ereary Chicago Mr Cha 0 Stoll and Mr John L Wheat of Louis vlllf Mr E L Shuev of Dayton Otlltj Mr 0 0 Miehener and Mr John F Moore secretaries International Commit tee New York Mr J1f Burwick rail road mens evangelist Mr M E Itmalls president C O railroad Cincinnati Dr John Fisher Cincinnati Mr Jas A Curry and J A Stucky M D of Lex ington Mr W Foster Hayes of Oweiw boro and others The Bible studies will be led by Rev Henry Ostrom the well known evangelist and the singing will in charge of Mr John P Hillls All the associations of the Slate will be represented by large delegations Young men business men and pastors from un organized communities will be welcomed as corresponding members on obtaining credentials from the State Secretary The friendi of the Covington Association will provide entertainment for all duly ac credited delegates and corresponding members and the railroads of the State will grant a rate of one and one third fare for the round trip- Progranwcredentiala and full informa tion regarding the convention mav be obtained by writing Henry Rosevear Secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville Ky One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It lis unequalled for whooping cough Children all like ItJ writes H N Will Gentryville Ind Never falls It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds bronchitis RFisher I still- manufacture I greatest should be given any littlo sore pimple or scratch toII no disposition to heal ary treatment No enD how sOon these typeSoI cruel come from vestige Wm D it bo con discharging Is is force A or and an State G be E State lams want to let people who suffer from II and sciatica know that Pain Balm relieved me after a number of other medicines and aI doctor had failed It is the best lini ment I hayo ever ktowuJ A Dod gen Alpharetta Ga ThoUBmuh have been eared rhniimalFm bv ihlfl remedy One application relieves the pnln For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport It A Slipllman Kttphf npport n FARM FOR SALE A farm of 127 acres located in the river bottom on the L HtC St L R Rone mile below Howard Station and two miles below tho thriving town of West Point and 20 miles from Louisville 120 acres of cleared land and in a good state of cultivation most of it in Meadow The remaining 7 acres in timber All of this farm in the bottom and under wire fence Good water and tenant house with 4 rooms and stable This land is right in the midst of the natural gas region and would make a desirable home Price g35 per acre Any other information wanted address A DITTO Long Branch Ky l 5 XX XX xsXsx X X Xi ii PUBLIC SALE j j Having sold my i farm I will on 1 i I day Feb 2d FriI to the highest best bidder the fol g lowing property 8 4 head of Horses 8 1 1 Cow stock Hogs 1 1 Buggy and Har o I ness 1 2horse Wa 8 I gon Farming Im 8 I plements all kinds 1 Household and 1 IIalsoI Furniture made known g I on day of sale Jt C CRUTCHER GATT KY x I Irvington T People iAre Begging For health instead ofa burdensome school tax No of the usdoctorsuntil they admonish our town Dads that our late visitation of typhoid fever resulted primarily from an impure milk and butter supply If the cows are permitted to stand all day on the manure bank in the centre of our town and fill up on such filth we may ex pect cholera this year I SAID IT AND I SAY IT AGAIN I Ask Sheriff Gardner or the Methodist preacher if it is true PURE BUTTER qualityThen on 7 KymD I j t t Up the meynIt And down into the ash pan goes a very large part of the Coal that you try to burn because it is cheap You have to force your drafts and the Coal goes up the chim ney or you poke the fire until the Coal goes into the I someII poor i We have n- oCHEAP 1 ll I COAL I We have a quarter ofa century old reputation for sell i I Iingthe best Coal in Henderson and adjoiningcounties I ii- I 0II I 11liThe Baskett CoalI Ihast a superiority over all other Coal as to burning qualSI IitiesJ and the small amount of ashes produced from it i Excellence Iml I J Iml 01 All by to J I I i r I AJt 0 E 3 q Xt ask I ii i r 1 II f I I I t 1 I are 15 per off of we our the the I m do we are it I I I I I I I l OO oo WILL TO YOUR IN is the point about our Coal information furnished writing t- hePittsburghII Coal Company XY9- J3ASXEJI DiA rl 1 WHY ITS LIKE Picking TT Piup11 DollarsI ON THE STREET We taking cent everything areI selling You know that prices without doing that 1m have always been lowest taking goodness into consideration Yes you Well doing i15PAR CENT NOW KY AJJ KIRST Canneltons Leading Tailor ATTEND WANTS WHEN NEED pleasing 15198 BUYS A 350 SUIT UNI UUDltnDUnKUIlULTOOLIiLIKMT AID KtUC BMIUK 1150IIOTVTwo rUCE Knit FADTI BllTl IT SI103- A NEW SUIT raft rO ANT or THESE SUITS WHICH SONY GIVE UTISFACTOIT WEA- R9ENDNOMON 1 CIUU4 tml 1 tourelal it f k 7 uid urwbctlir youbultinitiation lo ran ciociU II at your iprew ofllef mud If found perfectly ftatli factory and Mulu IUMUIe nri IM 16501yourapreuagentearapeltonI TNttt kNit PANT SUITS for bola to- ntS yean of aff Ui I rUJ eerr1lltO wad with DOVDLs RUT sad nUlIttul J toO ilfle u ulMlnU ee fraai a petUI1 htlrr Wflcbt a Ilt IIwt bwt G4 Ir neat banoUom pattern ga5utylaf ttrw ta dtU5eyPMiibewproud roS r U aCWTHI r N7 4 U II TUM vrlu tae laai1 Nk I til contain aihlon plateatapueuureandfnlllutniouoniliowtoordr Ma Suit Baa to r4ar tnm tS00 tip tarn pI wi free on A pIIcaUon Add SEARS flOEIFUcK 1 CO Inc Chlcuo ilL taut BMkwk a te in MneIkIt nllaMa lltwL1- W N CL i5 I JOLLY CAINm IRVINGTON IEXPERIENCE BO YEARS a TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac marllIleltlanIIInOOlPaleneenlCo receive theScientific AhudomalrUoitraieil weekly I nrt 01tr culaUon of anr clontiao journal TrBi M w4Y7rkmJa t n- t ill et Ip1 J t- I n- M 4 y THE BRJECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 A u uun n fi BRECKEMRIDGE NEWS Jaa D Ir V 0 B Map Zdlton ud Propritri CARDS OF THANKS ever flu Ilui eairsed treat Ibnlr 10 ante per Ilia IKIIOAKIU ekirged fir at Ut rU afSceiti penile HOSKT W ADTANCB CtB Net plid Tear Xime The return of your pIper or an order instructing u to discontinue it or ak og 01 to change your add ell will riot enable ua tu comply with your request nnleu you state to which pan office your paper hat been going We could not olheiwue find your name on our lilt Hut Pay When a person orders a paper disconi tinned he or the nail pay hIck duel inhere be any The laws of the united States afford this protection to publishers THE BHKCKENIUDOB News la a home journal de t voted to the Interetu of llreckenrldge ccunty and to its neighborirc counties It believes In pro gnu moving onward and upward not only in nercanluVpurauila but In fuming u well It be Iinuin adopllnc toe beat methods to reach the best results end Is an advocate ul progress m all lines It it an journal read with inter sit and profit by people oi aill classes and ages Its eubecrlptico price is fioo per Tear payable In ad stocemeneyorderchtceeapnaemoney oder registered letter or t ore cent sttmpaJD- HAHUAG Publhhcr BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ADVANCING prices are a sure sign of prosperity No MAN can do firetclasa work who leads a secondclass life ITS a mans appetite that sets him into trouble invariably TIIE man who makes progress in the world is the man who think TUE first month of 1000 ends today Can any one remember the resolutions made thirtyone days ago Tug man who works with one eye on the clock and the other on Saturday night will never get to the top in his profession BRIOIIAM ROBERTS late of Washing ton bas twelve children including one pair of twins He should not be utterly dieconsolate over his misfortunes for he can still count his blessings on three hands with a wife for every thumb Wx take pleasure in commenting fa vorably upon Werners Magazine which is a unique and high grade monthly published in New York This magazine is devoted to the interests of expression as a fine art and they are now preparing an article on what the South is doing in education music and physical culture IT ia gratifying to the lovers and pro moters of education in this county to know that this is the banner year in point of numbers to apply for gradua tlon certificates at the county seat There have already been twentyfour applicants and probably more to follow Things are looking up along this way t and we rejoice at the renewed interest taken in matters educational I No FIBU in the United States shoe more people than the Brown Shoe Com pang of St Louis They have represen tatives from Florida to Oregon We haTe just received from them a map of their territory which is a large and com t plete map of the United States with the pictures of their traveling men in the State in which they work Kentucky can boast of three of the beet looking of the great number Tux Merchants and Manufacturers Association of Louisville composed of the very best business men of that city and representing all the different lines of trade extend to their outoftown friends and customers a hearty greeting and an invitation to visit their city this spring New enterprises have sprung up in Louisville and old ones have doubled their capacity Prosperity and success show themselves on every hand and you are invited to tome to Louisville and see for yourself TIlE SHELDON IDEA BEGINNING with March 13th the Rev Chas 31 Sheldon will have the entire editorial and business control of the Topeka Capital the leading dailand semi weekly newspaper of Kansas He Will be assisted by the entire staff of the pa per but his authority will be unques tioned and his plans unrestricted At the great Christian Endeavor Conven lion held at Detroit last July Mr Shel don recognizing the power of the press to make or war our civilization asked who would In this day of Urge bequests to philanthropic institutions contribute a million dollars to establish a dally Christian newspaper This idea has grown in interest until the Capital Publishing Company at Topeka Kansas Mr Sheldons home city bas conceived the plan of lending ttheir paper to the author of In His Steps for one week to be conducted by him on Christian principles exclusively This step in journalism is oflt of the ordinary and Its effect can not be reckoned We will await the Sheldon issues with Impatience PROGRESSIVE BLACKSMITHS L M L CBXWS SoNS blacksmiths at t Jolly Station are uptodate pushing mechanics in their line They have made a new departure in their way of doing things which ia commendable and shows a progressive spirit The old way ia no longer their way Instead of using t their muscle they r re using their brains and adopting methods in their business I F which put them In a position to comII l mand trade and produce their product as heap as their competitors They have thrown allay their old hand fur and installed in Its place a band eaWan a steam engine Instead of chopping out their plotf+ handles plow beams fel lows and wagon tongues they rip them out saving time timber and labor The KEWB likes to see this It is inspiring t the man who believes in progress and the development of his county The KEWB hopes to see Mr Crews and his sons whoare activeworking young men build up a large and prosperous manu facturing business They should have the encouragement of the community not only fn good words but in a substan tial way GUSTON The Munford family attended church hers Sunday and dined at the hospitable howe of Dr Baxter Miss Helen Pollocks party on last Saturday night was honored by a large and representative crowd of young peo pIe Mr Z T Stith of near BewLeyville was In our town last week Zack raises the finest lot of Bronze turkeys that are shipped from this place Our Lumber King Mr John Dean the II Lumber King was in town last Friday Mr Dean is paying the highest prices for any and all grades of lumber and crossties Mrs Thos Stith the mother of our Representative W A Stith is suffering from a partial stroke of paralysis in her right arm We hope there will be no serious consequences Say Mrs Hattie of Brandenburg if it wasnt for the great retard I have for you both personally and as aII first class correspondent I would have told of that wedding that is to take place over there shortly but I will let you tell it first as it is your item Mr Marvel Bewley who has been staying with his son at Penrod Ky and his wife Mrs Mary Bewley who has been on an extended visit to hereon in Oklahoma spent several days with rela tives and friends in this community last week Mrs Bewley says that Oklahoma is a grand country Charley Patterson of Rowletts station on tbe L N Railroad paesed through here last Saturday Charley is well known to nearly every one at this place as he attended school near here only a few years ago He has been all over the West in the last few years and is etill the wild reckless boy that he was Here Is hoping that he along with a good many wild boys that I know will finally settle down and make good substantial men Charley said that he saw Miss Maude Adkisson and her mother at Fort Sill Okla IJnotice a good many farmers giving II hints on farming in this paper So I will just tell you farmers of a little thing that I have tried and found to be quite a success You know on nearly every farm there are basins or hollows that contain the richest soil on the place and during rainy seasons the crops in those bottoms are drowned out I dug a dry well or hole in the ground about 8 leet deep and ditched the drainage to that well and It was a success until the Aides fell in and filled tbe hole up I was telling Cal A J Gross of Holts Bottom about my experiment and the trouble of the sides falling in and fill ing up the well The Colonels quick reply was II My friend you just fill that well up with II NIgger head rock and It will not fall in and the water will still rundown throdgh the rocks and keep the hollow drained I tried it that way and it worts Mr J L Henrys mode of aiaing and cultivating corn in last pointDrFoote ing Ideas lam not prejudiced against thEyareIIto clover that proved to be such a fake I 276 ROX RAIN CQA aawtwanouanarauuraraLTklaTuell Send No Money SS1 iuL oat to uN4M age wilfM Stale ntloi Incbee around body al knut taken over vest under coat cloM up under arm and we will MM you tbla coat k eipreM C e- tgwttsnawltltsaamtnD anltryltoa at your aar lif eiactiyJrepreentedanWe moat von dcrful value yoo ever saw ortuard of and equal to any coat you canbuy for iSoo Mttqwartrqe-Waatm and elJraw eharra THIS MACKINTOSH lalatei- I t Watjlem lelroni resrpefUaetter lIaolCnOtra10- DIf double brrxud eager relief collar fancy plaid lining vaierproot sewed eltvpped and cemented ewm- Sultabls fur both nlm r em JId asld rel evil odertd Emteed r other boon ttrJnf I ot ManeMaeklntoaaeenp I to and adstoawace Suits I and ersrooats at fmm 600 to SleOO wilts ear r- maa aw ec Address A CO CDICA00 tLL pwnkRnlsa a r an 11wMaW naIMI ten a HOLT hisdcousin Jack Hardin We have a good Sundayschool Both old and young take a great interest in it Miss Rosa Reldel and Mr T 0 Tonsey ReideloSunday Mr J G Stephens has been on the sick list the past week We hope to see him out soon Miss fieaalo Mitchel and brother entertained several of their little friends SaturdayMr Haynes and Miss Forrest Hardin were on the down train Satur day for Skillman to be the guests of Miss IrelandWhile coming home from Clovorpott oneday last week In an empty roadwagon Chas ReidelsI team made a very narrow escape from getting stuck in the mud It looks quite natural to see Mrand Mrs Fontaine settled in their own cot tage home once more They say they liked Kansas very much and the people are very hospitable but there is no place likethe old Kentucky home Their many friends give them a warm welcom6 back BALLTOWN WS Frank was here with relatives last week Nelson Ball returned lo Cloverport Saturday after a weeks stay here T H Chancellor and wife of Tarfork were visiting relatives at Pisgah Sunday Paul Wethington left for Paviess county Monday where he will work this eeasoj Mr Frank MatUngly who has been confined to his bed for some time with typhoid fever is convalescent B F Frank will move to Jolly Station this week where he has accepted a posi bon with the Bates Milling Co of that placeDre Simons and Howard performed a serious operation on James Keenan last week He is in a critical condition but with proper care he will recover His illness is caused from swallowing a small bone of a chicken several months agoPad Bates one of the party that went to Frankfort last week to witness the contest while there enlisted in the standing army He came back Saturday to bid all good byeand left for Louisville Monday where he will Join his regiment and go to Fort Thomas Pad leaves many friends and relatives here whose love and best wishes go with him wherever he may have to go and who trust that he may be able to meet all his friends again His company will proba bly go to the Philippine islands EKRON Stuart Ovings the grocery drummer was in town Friday Miss Yaun of Gnslon spent Sunday with Mrs M Meyer Jess Clarkson shipped two car loads of cattle Saturday to Louisville Montgomery lc Ensor shipped several car loads of stock Wednesday Mrs Kitty Wimp of Brandenburg iia visiting her son J A Wimp Nettle Carrico wae the guest of Clara Wimp several days last week Mr Massie hardware drummer from Louisville was in Ekron Saturday- W K Brown and family left Monday for Frankfort their home for the future Mrs James Wimp entertained Mr and Mrs Max Willeit Saturday even ingSnowThe Beautiful Snow There Is plenty of it this morning I hear the jingling of the sleigh bells merry girls and boys out for a jolly ride Would I were a boy again Mr CunifT the section boes Is having a macadamized road made that will extend the full length of the side track It was badly needed and will be appre ciated by the patrons of the railroad I hope it will do a way with the grow late as well as the mud Mr Cuniff is a thorough uptodate railroad man Ekron has one of the best kept depots on the L H St L railroad Our agent Z T Cox knows his duty and never neglects his business The waiting room would be much neater if those that go in would leave the mud on the outside Dont pack all the soil off of your farmsand lots and deposit it on the waiting room floor We need turnpikes and need them badly A surprise and birthday party was given to Miss Ermine Craycroft at her country home near Ekron last week in honor of her eighteenth birthday Those present were Bettle Jones Gutsie Wright Edyth Wright Olare Wimp Miss Payne Nettle Carrico Cora Shacklett and Nell Carrico Dave and dam Meyers Coburn Richardson Rube and Jim Jones Roy Frymire Roy Shacklett June Shacklett Ira and Wal Let Thompson and Charlton Ditto of Brandenburg Youd better hurry and get the best of that rheumatism or it may get the beat of you Both muscular and inflamma tory rheumatism are instantly relieved with Dr Bells Anti PsIn the worlds Greatest Best and most Wonderful Pain Killer pYOfl onsonpiioi We are sure you do not Nobody wants It Butit comes yearItcomestocoughs and colds until the throat is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs are Inflamed Stop your cough when it first appears and you remove the great danger of future trouble yDerr s Ol Pectoral stops coughs of all kinds It does so because It is a sooth ing and healing remedy of great power This makesitthegreat est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over yourlungs A wfiolo Medical LJbrmry FnsF- or four cents la stamps to pay pest ate we will stud you sixteen medical boo Medical Advice Free- w bare the ezclnslre services of pblllcllDIlatunities and long experience emi Of them for rirlnryoa medical advice Write freely art the pectin ulars In your caie Ton will recelye a prompt repITwltbnuttrortp Idue TOBINSPORT IND Chas Powell went to Haweaville Fri day night Prof A Powell spent Sunday in Haweaville 0 0 Whitehead went to Louisville last Wednesday A W Cummings township trustee of Derby 1nd wafrhtfre last Saturday Miss Amanda rate spent Monday and Tuesday in Cloverport with relatives Miss Nellie Garrett of Louisville is tbe guest of her cousin Miss Ida Tavlor this week Miss Lena Tate of Rozelle Ind spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives and friends Rev Z Ferrell came up from Hawes vllle Saturday and preached to his con gregation Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Cockrell who have been spending the winter in Arkansas with their son Everett are expected home this week Mr and Mrs Ernest Beavin who have been visiting here for a month or more are preparing to return to their home in Missouri Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons and daughter KomaTeturned last week from their visit to relatives in California They were looking well and report a delightful trip i PATESVILLE Wheat looks well Mr Joe Jones has been quite ill Mr A T Blat was in Cloverport last weekMrs Mark Clark was on the sick list last week Dr J T Milner was in Hawesville last weekiMr and Mrs Sam Baker and Mrs Dave Clark spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Mark Clark Miss Addle Corley who has been visiting friends and relatives in Brecken ridge county for some time has returned homeMisses Enla and Ola Clark and Maud Fawver and Mr Anthnr Blain and Will Pumphrey were the guests of Misses Annie and Salhe Baker and brothers last Sunday KoclolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itart ficlally digests tho food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing tho exhausted digestive organs IUs the Jatcst discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn NauseaSickall other results oi imperfect digestion Price Me and It lArge size contains tV tlme- lma1I11Bookallabontdytpep mailed ftea- Pnportd by E C DcWITT A CO Chicago For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport HARDiNSBURG B B Skillman returned from Virginia last week Morris Jolly of Irvington was here a few days last week Richard Witt of Rosette was here last Sunday to see J A Witt The Meade County Messenger is very much improved in its new dress The attendance at the Breckenridge Normal College was never so large as it is at present- Wm Parks brother of the Rev Mrs Petty was here from Fordsvllle last week visiting her Tom Macy has been summoned as a juror in Federal court at Owensboro which meets February 5 Rev F M Petty will begin a protracted meeting in the Baptist church at Harned next Sunday night Clerk Cunningham says that the marriage business has not been so good as it was just before Christmas Clayton Beard ot this place has been summoned as a juror in tbe Federal Court at Owenaboro this month Felix Hambleton of color gave his daughter Polly Jones 200 last Monday to go as a payment on a house and lot Now that we have direct community tion with our office in Cloverport all orders for printing of any character can be filled at once A J Gross has brought a suit to set aside the judgment that was rendered against himself and others in the Breck enridge Bank case A large crowd attended Mr George Hooks funeral last Wednesday this place He was a man against whom nothing could be said J D Potts of Kirk was in town last Monday and renewed his subscription to the NEWS He ia a welltodo farmer near Kirk and Iis one of our oldest sub scribers Many farmers from down near the Ohio county line were delivering tobac co here last week This tobacco bust ness is scattering a great deal of money in the county You can come to our telephone and get as much inforn ation in regard to the printing as if yon were in the main office at Cloverpcrt Any little job you want done bring it in Warner Macy and his sister Mies Lydiahave irone to AllonCollm contny Texas Miss Lydia has gone on a visit but her brother may remain perma nently if he likes the country Miss Mary Smith closed her school at Persimmon Flat last Friday It wu the most eucceaefnl one that has beeq taught there for sometime Miss Mary leaves today for Lexington where she will visit several weeks Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures overnight the most stubborn cold u well ai all Ita complication tickling In the throat husky voice and violent coughing It li the most wonderfu medicine science has produced DUKES The singing school at this place is progressing nicely Miss Lilly Sapp of Hardinsbnrg is visiting relatives here Forest Rice of Mt Eden attended services here Sunday- If you want to buy go to Charley Kahal He will treat you right Henry Ray and wife of Cloverport attended services here Sunday W W Dunn will soon have his new residence completed on Main street The schoolhouse will be sold Satur day the 3rd Ihe proceeds go to the erect tlon ofa new one Three of Taylor Newtons family are sick One has pneumonia one bron chial trouble and the othe a severe coldRev S B Snead filled his appoint ment at this place Saturday and Sunday and preached three good sermons suffi cient within themselves if properly heeded to convert every sinner under the sound of his voice Several tobacco beds have been sown and as soon aa the weather will admit oat sowing will commence Farmers have to labor and toll and toll and labor yet prosperity glides serenely along with the oppressing make up of this once free commonwealth of ours School closed Thursday The chIld- ren did well their part in speech saying and they greatly appreciated the nice treat of candy their good teacher always gives them The echool has been an exceptionally good one and if our teacher Mr Dunns lot should be cast elsewhere we can truthfully recom mend him as a good faithful and ener getic teacher Walkers Tonic is the link that picks up the vital force of man in his rundown state and binds him to health and strength by recuperating the brain reg slating the action of the Heart and nourishing the Nervous System of Was at Newport Covlsgton and Cla ctaaaU Mrs H J May and daughter Miss Ladoeca who after an enjoyable stay J with friends and relatives at Newport Covington and Cincinnati have returned home MnMay met many old acquaint ancea while absent and the outing was beneficial to her IEveryI 0bJaeket t I t CapeII willtt in the houSe sold BELOW COST As we are determined to close them out before theII winter closes This is the r greatest chance you will ever have to get a BIG BARGAIN e THE FAIRp- r tNCf4 a akiii1511Y l I eEl 1 Pants Pants Pants Our Pants sale i still going on 5 Pants go for 250 4 Pants go for 200 3 Pants go for S 150 2 Pants go for SIOO You cannot afford to miss this sa- leVEsTs la iil jlPANTS PANTS PANTS PANTS 1 t Rr- k ittttt I tftTT 1 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles prescriptiondamage they will doe ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them bYjF AND be t lag directly upon the blood and muconfl surfaces of the system Inbuying Halls genuine Av Toledo Ohio by TV J Cheney A Co Testimonials free + Sold by Fiaberr Wants Cattle William Hall of Webster r fetd1q fpmarketMttftfactorr Sr G f I a Oo THE 3RECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 5 Tothose livingi- nmalarial districts Tutts Pills are indispensible they keep the systemin perfect otderandare an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion constipati Tufts Liver Pills BRECKENRIDGE NEWS M1w1 IM111MIrpl 999l 9 9 i The News in Brief I 3444444444444444444 1 Grape nuts at Snlzera Canned beets at Sabers T 0 Tonsey was in Holt Sunday- Sf N Hall went to Frankfort Friday Full line of Douglas shoes at Sulzers Elegant line of embroideries at Sulzers SulK1 ser s Mr Fred Ferry spent fcunday In Louis vllle D R Murray went to Frankfort Sat urday f LouisvillefThursdayThe High School closed llist Friday Miss Nona Ferrigo who has been sick IaJproviugHardin of Mattingly was in jttownSundayj smallpox haye yet develi oped in this city base Marlon Bowmer has returned from Owensboro Misa Eva Allen of Hawesyllle was In i the city last week x t Mrs Harry Hills was in Louisville a few days last week Born to the wife of Joseph Garrett Monday a fine girl I Carl DeHayen was a visitor to friends at Fordaville Sunday An oil tank capacity 50 gallons fox sale cheap at Sulzere Charles and Herbert Reldelof Holt were in town Monday The biggest toilet soap that ever ca- meI down the pike at Sulzers Lawyers in this city have been rushed I with business the past week trMrs W H Thurman tills county was t in town Saturday shopping Fostom Cereal a most delightful cub t stltnte for coffee at Sulzere Miss Lucille Sterett returned to her a home in Hawesvllle Monday Messrs Frank Payne and James Pace r it tIJjVi spent Sunday in Louisville MIss Mary Harris of Henderson has arrived In the city to visit friends dt Danville Is to have a semiweekly paper It will be strictly Democratic Mr Conrad Simons of Tobinsport was r7IIin office town Saturday and called at the NEWS nExJddge N 0 Mercer of Hardlns ir burg was in town Saturday on legal bus- T i iness 5 Mr and Mrs U G Hill after a pleas returnediKr homeII J Grocery department well filled and V your wants are promptly supplied at Ir Snlzers Mrs Taylor Beard and Miss Linnle t Haswoll of Hardlnsburg spent Thurs day here Mr Wick Moorman tobacconist at Glendeane spent Saturday and Sunday 1P at home tl Write tot a catalogue and investigate ffIIthe Brandenburg Normal before enter school t tog CaseyrI ttfnty where he has been investigating r land titles + B H Bates and grandsonsOwen and A Jesse Bates of McQuady were in town tat week j Miss Jessie Schull has returned from a r svwt to her parents and slater at Ohea j tirville 111 e Miss Rosa Reidel spent Sunday at Holt with her parents Mr and Mrs r Charles Reidel X Ira DeHayon has returned t from Holt where he has been visiting Capt an- d1Mrs A J Grow I I l The Brandenburg Normal is on a 1 boom the school was never so big and CIsimproving every day I lr R Irs Harvey Adams and daughter off ti9ensboro are In the city visiting Mr j aad Mrs Chris Perrigo Misees Ella and Dina Bandy of Union i Star are visiting their sister Mrs E A f KteBain at Falls of Rough Miss Jesse TAllaferrowho has been t itvWU lMr Thos Bohler has returned- Ieherhome at Owensbortf Mfaa Alice Mattingly who has been Itog Mice Lissle McDonald of Hen returned homeS- 0hasr 4r and Mrs W H Bowmer spent Wednesday Holt the guests of Mr wad Mrs James G Stephens 1eBrandenbUg Normal has a good t t 1tyandthe beet library off any iI sohoql in western Kentucky Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville wife of the popular steamboat captain was in town a few days last week Misses Rose Reidel and Annie Ham bleton spent Sunday at Holtthe guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Reidel Sr A number of men have been laid off at the shops This is caused from the inability to obtain raw material Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Sr of Hardinebnrtr were the RUsts of Mr and Dire Frank Haswell Sunday Country merchants who at any time may need fixtures for their stores can probably find what they need at Sulzers Rev A F Beare of the Southern Board of Missions of the Christian church was in town several days last weekH T Speak who Is now working on Mr John Bells farm in Davleea county was visiting his mother at Glendean last weekMr and Mrs J S Scott Vance left Monday for Peirce City Mo They will be absent a month or more the guests of his pare tsIA game of checkers seems to be the most fascinating game being played in this city You can drop In most any old place and vlew jt Ira DeruJrd brought down Clover creek Sunday ti raft of logs There were 400 In an The Tell City Chair Factory were the purchasers Dr James T Owen has long been identified as an excellent checker player He plays it with science and all who tackle him find that he thoroughly understands the game First come first served so march up and pay for the BRECEENRIDOB News a year ahead We have a clubbing ar rangement with that good little paper the Farm Journal by which we can send our paper one year and the Farm Jour nal nearly 5 years remainder of 1000 and all of 1001 1902 1003 and 1004 without any further pay Pay up and behappyThe Journal is choke full of gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere We offer it in con nection with our paper to advance pay tog subscribers that is both papers at the price of the BBICKENRIDOE News our paper one year and the Farm Jour nal nearly 5 years remainder of 1000 and all of 1901 1002 1003 and 1004 both for 1 Pay in advance thats all t BRANDENBURG I was glad to meet Miss Maggie Carter i last Saturday The Normal gave its final Literary last Friday Wghtv A good audience We regretted that Miss Ellen Munford did not attend the Association Saturday Investigate the Brandenburg Normal I before entering school You will be pleasedThe Brandenburg Normal has a good faculty and the best library in Western KentuckyMrs BUhop and son Ernest attended the Poultry show in Louisville last week The Brandenburg Normall is on a boom the school never was as big and is growing every day Mrs June McGehee has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugb of Louisville- I would like to mention each and everyone who was on the program last Saturday but space forbids Mr Ashcraft on Schools in Alaska was an eyeopener His description of the climate and people was interesting Mr Burtons work in handling litera ture was well done and we have to thank him for many delightful sugges tions as to what to readand how to read Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes have been instrumental in reorganizing the As You Like It Club which they entertained last week It will meet weeklyMisses Lula and Minnie Bland sang the duet Till we meet againIIThelr life flows by songtso popular are they in vocal circles and so sweetly do they sing in unison We of this place were proud of our girls last Saturday Lula Woolfplk did herself great honor in her readings and the applause brought her back Lula is graceful and winning in manner Those kind sincere words from Mr Hardlu of Big Spring were most hearti ly appreciated He is too true a friend to flatter I could never associate fiat tery with one whom I esteemed as friend Little Jim Sax Nevitt has been ill of diphtheria and scarlet ever H98 now out of danger we are glad to say Dr Burch used the antltoxine twice Our physicians have used it very successful ly A scribe may have one idea of beg ging leave to differ and an attack and another may beg leave to differ with her An encyclopedia might be suggested for thescrlbeof not one an gry word II renown Miss May Lewis one of the hand somest girls in the state gaveIFor All Eternity in her rich mezzosoprano tones which expressed Joy and pathos alternately and made you feel both as two tone sketches Misses Agnes Hardeety Sue Owings Katie MattinglyJoBleThomaburg Susie r Elder Agnes Splnx Cora Smith Ethel King and Doc GrayWm Bowling swell the Normal but it can still be expanded Come on there is room for more The school is building rapidly Out Musical and Reading club will meet with this column Tuesday after noon at 230 Misses Mary and Bess Lewie Mayuee usey Mary Taylor Mabel Hardin Lena Nevitt Lula and Minnie Bland and Fannie Phillips are the members Any one who sends in her name for admissIon will be gladly welcomed Light refreshments served Miss Krall teacher of elocution in Prof Crabbos school at Irving ton gave a reading last Saturday Her descriptions with telling strokes placed each scene vividly before us She was called back wben she as realistically rendered an amusing incident Sbe has large comprehensions of humanity and her sympathies were reflected in each role A big delegation of us attended the Teachers Association about twenty seven The program was most interest ing I tell you those good Sandy Hill people know how to treat you Such a dinner1 served in the school house picnic style We vote all of those dear kind folks a great bill card of thanks The next meeting will be held at Ekron InFebruaryNext Ill tell you about the marriage of one of our dearest girls to a prominent Breckenridga physician who was surely born under a lucky star to claim such a gem Not only will she be missed in the family circle but in the church sabbath school prayer meeting in the sick room and at the death bed She understands those two strong words Love and Duty My son W F Grinnell speaks in glowing terms of his visit with D M Duncan to Cloverport He says Mrs H V Duncan is an ideal hostess He enjoyed his call on Mrs J D Babbage and appreciated her coming for him He recognized a genuine feeling in such hospitality as was shown him Grand ma Babbage says she has compliments to trade with me All right Mine to you grandma is that a crown awaits you for those upright sons and true daughters you have reared They can rise up and call you blessed Mr and Mrsi June Brown In Novem ber lost a brlghtbeautiful babe On Fri day last their little son Vernon four years died of spinal trouble after an ill ness of twentyfour hours Vernon was the picture of health full of life and mischief and a sunbeam in the home Great sympathy Is felt for those deeply grieved parents whose grief is pitiful to see Words cannot comfort them Theres onlyone source only One to whom they can look and to Him we commend our distressed young friends- I saw that Ashcraft Smith wedding at Sandy Hill church at 4 p m last Wed nesday Misses Lula and Minnie Bland Lula Woolfolk Mary L Haynes Mrs W D Howard Mrs Charlie Coleman Bro Duvall Henry Oowley Willie Bland and I made a pleasant party The flower girls Sadie Richardson and Lena Young led the processional both aisles followed by the ushers Henry Cowley and Albert Ashcralt Then came the attendance Jesse Young and Miss Earl t DaiMcr SlgDillSTi Do you take cold with every change In the weather Does your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your I chestDont you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption Itself If you are ailing and have ttlost flesh lately they are t certainly danger signals The I question for you to decide Is t Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases Dont walt to try SCOTTS EMULSION as a last re sort There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system Prevention Is ea- syScotts Emulsionprevents consumption and hosts of otherdiseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood- SCOTTS EMULSION la the one standard remedy for inflamed throats and lungs for colds bronchitis and con sumption It Is a food medi tine of remarkable power A food because It nourishes the body and a medicine because It corrects diseased conditions see rind lioosll droftbtivt SCOTT tic BOWNB Chemists Ntw York e Sanders the beat man Elijah Aebcraft and groom the maid of hppor Miea Susie Elder and bride Miss Minnie Bland rendered Mendelihqn until the party formed at the altar when Brother Duvall offered an invocation and then oronounced the words that bound them Minnie playing softly Loves Dream The groom and bride led the receeeion al tho attendants following hi couples down toe left aisle A recepton was given at the grooms icsldencewhero an elegant repast was served anti a delight ful evening was spent by the bridal party and immediate relatives Con gratulations Oabo Board whoso illness was men tioned in this column died last Wed nesdaylatteran illneea of several months He bad been in falling health for a year He was well educated bright kind af fectionate and bad been a counselor and guide at home for several years as his fathers business called him from home Gabe professed religion and was perfectly resigned to the transition which he knew awaited him His de yoted parents affectionate sisters and brothers kind relatives and friends ministered unto every want in the ten derest manner but poor Gabe so yoncg so promising was summoned and be was willing to obey He died in his mothers arms wltn a smile on his lips from which a few minutes before came the words II Meet me in Heaven Those sweet and tender relations are broken Gabes short work is finished and he has crofsed all alone the cold Mystic River where he awaits amidst the ver nal shades of Heaven the coming of his loved ones His remains were interred in Brandenburg cemetery Brother Du vall offering words of consolation His favorite hymn II I Need Thee Every Hour was sung Deep sympathy to the bereaved family Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his childs life by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors had given her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure fur coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at oneilA R Fisher- Cloverport High School The public school reopened this morn- Ing with Prof Maple Miss Mary Moor man and Miss Ella RoberUon in charge The regular grade work will be con tinned and in addition classes will be conducted to prepare for examination either for teachers certificate or for graduation from the common school course The tuition for either the High School work or Normal classes is 3 00 per month and only legtlmate work will be done Prof several years i experience inFormal wark and can guarantee satisfaction and those desiring work in any of these classes will do well to see him about them or ad placeMissWebster entered school this morning WORMS Dr Bulls Cough Syrup iIs the remedy on which you can depend for the tore of a pro traded cough or lung affection brought on by ex posure to o Id It is the most excelent medicine told A bottle cb it only jS cents Visiting Her Relatives Mrs Georfcie French of Winchester is the guest of her sister Mrs Belle Fitch While here she will also visit ber brothers Owen and Jesse Keys Good old Granny Metcalfe of Ken tucky 89 years old says that Dr Bells PineTar Honey Is the best Grip Cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy tbat duringherCircuit Clerk at Frankfort Sherman Ball of Hardlnsburg spent a few days last week in Frankfort Jas durlag1Is rMlNtio1tiN 4 0 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even the church Itself It Is n fact that tbo churches In Milton have been afraid to take the right stand In this matter Members of the churches have become Involved In the terrible entanglement of the long established rum power un til today you witness a condition of affairs whIch ought to stir the righteous Indignation of every citizen and father What Is It you are enduring An Institution which blasts wltb Its poisonous breath every soul that en ters It which ruins young manhood which kills more citizens In times of peace than the most bloody war ever Blow In times of revolution an Institu tion tbat Is established tor the open and declared purpose of getting money from tbe people by the sale of stuff that creates criminals an Institution that robs the honest workingman of his savings and looks with Indifference on the tears of till wife the sobs of the mother an Institution that never gives one cent of Its enormous wealth to build churches colleges or homes for the niHHly an Institution that has the brand of time murderer the harlot the gambler burned Into It with a brand of the devils own forging In the furnace of his hottest hell This Institu tion so rules and governs this town of Milton today that honest citizens trem ble before It business men dare not op pose It for fear of losing money church members fawn before It In order to gain placo In politics and ministers of the gospel confront Its hideous Influ ence and my nothing It Is high time we faced thin munster of Iniquity and drove It out of the stronghold It has occupied NO long I wish you could have gone with me this past week und witnessed some of the sights I have seen Not I retract that statement I would not wish that any rather or mother had bad theI heartache that I have felt as I con templated the ruins of young lives crumbling Into the decay of premature debility mocking ttine manhood that God gave them In the Intoxicating curse of debauchery What have 1 seen 0 ye fathers 0 yo mothers Do you know what Is going on In this place of CO saloons licensed by your own act and made legal by your own will You uiiidiuii and you sir who have covenanted together In the fel lowshlp anti dlselplusblp of time purest Institution of Cal on earth who IlaeIsat here In front of this pulpit and par taken of the ml tmis which lumlnl1I you of your IJidiMuicr where are ourI sons your brothers your lovers urIfriends They an not here this morn ing The church does nut have anyI bold on them They are growing up to disregard the duties of good citizen Bhlp They are walking down the broad avenue of destruction and what is this town doing to prevent It 1 have seen young tutu from what are called the best homes In this town reel In and out of glided temples of evil oaths on their lips and passion In their looks and tin cry of my soul has gone up to Almighty Got that time church and the homo might combine their mighty force to drive the whisky de mon out of our municipal life so that vre might feel the curse of It again never more I upcak to you today In the name of my Lord nail Muster It Is Impossible for me to believe that If that Christ of God were standing here this morning IIP woudndvlso the licensing of this corruption as the most feasible or expedient method of dealing with It I cannot Imagine him using time argument that time saloon must be licensed for the revenue tint may bo gained from It to support the school system 1 cannot Imagine Christ taking any other position before the whisky power than that of uncompromising condem radon IIo would nay It was evil and only evil and therefore to be opposed by every legal and moral restriction that society could rear against It In I his name speaking as I believe bo would speak If he were hero this mo ment I solemnly declare the necessity on the part of every disciple of Christ In every church In Mlltou of placing him self decidedly and persistently and at once In open battle against the saloon until It Is destroyed until Its power In business politics mind society Is a thing of the past until we have rid ourselves of the foul viper which has so many years trailed Its slimy folds through our homes and our schools Citizens Christians church members I call on you today to take up arms against the common foe of that wo hold dear In church homo and state I know there arc honest busl ness men who have long writhed In se cret at the Ignominy of the halter about their necks by which they have been led There are citizens who have the best Interests of tbe community at heart who have lung their heads In shame of American politics seeing this brutal whisky clement dictating the government of tho towns and parcel- Ing out their patronage anti managing their funds and enormous stealings of the peoples money I know there are church members who have felt In their hearts the deep shame of bowing the knew to this rum sod In order to wake uuvuucemcnt in political me Ana i call on all these today to rise with me and begin a fight against the entire saloon business and whisky rulo In Milton until by the help of the Lord of Hosts wo have got us time victory Men women brothers sisters In the great family of God on earth will you sit tamely down and worship the great beast of this country Will you not rather gird your swords upon your thighs and go out to battle against this blasphemous Philistine who has defied the armies of the living God I have spoken my message Let us ask the wisdom and power of the Divine to help us- Philips prayer was almost painful In Its Intensity of feeling and expression The audience sat In deathly silence and when he pronounced tho amen of the benediction It was several mo ments before any one stirred to leave the church Philip went homo completely ex hausted He hind put Into his sermon all of himself and had called up oil his reserve power a thing he was not of ten guilty of doing and for which he condemned himself on this occasion But It was past and ho could not recall It He was not concerned as to the results of his sermon lie had long believed that If he spoke the mes sage God gave him he was not to grow anxious over the outcome of It lint the people of Milton were deeply stirred by time address They were not In the habit of hearing that kind of preaching And what was more the whisky element was roused It was not In the habit of having Its authority attacked In that bold almost savage manner For years Its sway had been undisturbed It had Insolently established Itself In power until oven those citizens who knew Its thoroughly evil character were deceived Into the belief that nothing better than licensing It was possible The Idea that the saloon could be banished removed driven out altogether hail never before been ad vocated In Milton The conviction that whether It could be It ought to be suppressed had never gained ground with any number of people They had en dured It as a necessary evil Philips sermon therefore fell something like a bomb Into the whisky camp Before night the report of tho sermon had spread all over the town The saloon men were enraged Ordinarily they would have paid no attention to any thing a church or a preacher might say or do Itut Philip spoke from the pul pit of time largest church In Milton The whisky men knew that If tho large churches should all unite to fight them they would make It very uncomforta ble for them and In time cud probably drive them out Philip went homo tbat Sunday night after time evening service with several bitter enemies The whisky men contributed one clement Some Tile time Philip cll- of his own church members made up another lie had struck again at the same sore spot which he had wounded the month before In his attack on time saloon as an Institution ho had again icccssarlly condemned all those members of his church who rented property to tbe whisky element Again as a month ago these property holders went from the hearing of tho sermon angry that they as well as the saloon power were under Indictment- As Philip entered on the weeks work after that eventful sermon be began to feelI the pressure of public fee- Ing against him no began to realize the bitterness of championing a just cause alone He felt time burden of the communitys sin In tho matter and moro than once ho felt obliged to come In from his parish work and go up Into his study there to commune with hla Father He was growing old very fast In thcua first few weeks In his new parishTuesday evening of that week Philip had been writing a little while In his study where ho had gone Immediately after supper It was nearly 8 oclock when bo happened to remem ber that ho had promised a sick child In tho home of ono of his parishioners that he would como and see him that very day He came down stairs put on hIs hat and overcoat and told his wife where bewas going tvs not tar i smut ue DUCK In about half an hour SaVah- Ho went out and his wife held the door open until ho was down the steps She was just on the point of shutting the door as ho started down the side walk when a sharp report rang out close by She screamed and flung tho door open again as by thctilgbt of the Street lamp she saw Philip stagger and then leap Into the street toward an elm tree which grew almost opposite the parsonage When he was about In the middle of the street she was horrified to see a man step out boldly from be hind the tree raise a gun and deliberately fire at Philip again This time Philip fell and did not rise Ills tall form lay where the rays of the street lamp shono on It and be hind fallen so that as his arms stretched out there he made the flgurp of a huge and pros trate cross CHAPTER V- As people waked up In Milton the Wednesday morning after the shoot Ing of Philip Strong they grew con scious of tIle fact as the news came to their knowledge that they hall been nursing for 50 years one of the most brutal and cowardly Institutions on earth and licensing It to do the very thing which at last It had done For the time being Milton suffered a genu- Ine shock Long pent up feeling against the whisky power burst out and public sentiment for once condemned the source of the cowardly attempt to mur derVarious rumors were lying about It was said that Mr Strong bad been stabbed In the back while out making parish calls In company with his wife and tint she hall been wounded by a pistol shot herself It was also said that he had beet shot through the heart and Instantly killed nut all these confused reports were finally set nt rest when those calling at time parsonage brought away tho exact truthIThe first shot fired by the man from behind the tree struck Philip In tho knee but the ball glanced off Ho felt the blow and staggered but his next Impulse was to rush In time direction of the sound and disarm his assailant That was tho reason lie bad leaped Into the street But the second shot was better aimed and the bullet crashed In to his upper arm and shoulder shatter ing the bone and producing an exceed- Ingly painful though not fatal wound The shock caused Philip to fall and he fainted away but not before the face of tho man who had shot him was clearly stamped on his mind He knew that he was one of the saloon proprle tors whose establishment Philip Lad visited the week before He Was a man with a harelip and there was no mistaking his countenance When the people of Milton learned that Philip was not fatally wounded their excitement cooled a little Aware of Indignation however swept over the town when It was learned thatIthe would bo murderer was reco by the minister and It was that he had openlyI threatened rumoredI would fix the cursed preacher he would not be able to preach Philip however felt mare full of fight against the rum devil than ever As be lay on time bed the morning after the shooting ho had nothing to regret or fear Time surgeon hind been called at once as soon as his wife and tho alarmed neighbors had been able to carry him Into the parsonage The ball had been removed and tho wounds dressed By noon be lad recovered somewhat from the effects of tbo op oration and was resting although very weak from the shock and suffering considerable paten Whnt Is that stain on the floor Sarah V he asked as bis wife camo In with some article for his comfort Philip lay whcro ho could see Into tho other room It Is your blood Philip replied his wife with a shudder It dripped like a stream from your shoulder as wo carried you In last night Oh Philip It Is dreadful It seems to me like an awful nlfihtmnro Lot us move away u MANY from this terrible place You Will be killed If wo stay here There Isnt much danger If the rest of em nro as poor shots as this fellow replied Philip Now little woman he went on cheerfully tlont worry I dont believe theyll try IIt againMrs Strong controlled herself She did not want to break down while Philip was In his present condition You must not talk she said as she smoothed his hair back from tho pale foreheadThats pretty hard on a preacher dont you think Sarah My occupation Is gone If I cant talk1 Then Ill talk for two They say that most women can do that Will you preach for mo next Sun dayWhat and make myself a target for saloon keepers No thank you I have half n mind to forbid you ever preach Ing again It will bo the death of youIt Is the life of me Sarah 1 would not ask anything better than to die with the armor on fighting evil Well all right I wont talk any more 1 suppose theres no objection to my thinking n little- Thinking Is the worst thing you can do You Just want to lie there nnd do nothing but get well AH right Ill quit every tulnj except eating and sleeping Put up a lit tie placard on the bend of the bed say lug Biggest curiosity In Milton A live minister who has stopped think lag and talking Admission 10 cents I Proceeds to be devoted to teach saloon keepers how to shoot straight PhilipI was still somewhat under tho Influence of the doctors anaesthetic and as he faintly murmured this ab surd sentence be fell Into a slumber which lasted several hours from which he awoke very feeble and realizing that foe would be confined to tbe house some time but feeling In good spirits and thankful out of the depths of his vigorous nature that be was still spared to do Gods will on earth The next tiny be felt strong enough to receive a few visitors Among them was the chief of police who came to inquire concerning tho Identity of the man who had done time shooting Phil Ip showed some reluctance to witness against his enemy It was only when bo remembered that bo owed a duty to society as well as to himself that bo described the man and related minute ly the entire affair exactly as It oc curredIs tho man In town asked Philip Has ho not fled I think I know where ho Is re plied the officer lies In hiding but I can find him In fact we have been hunting for him since time shooting Ho Is wanted on several other chargesPhilip was pondering something In silence At last he said When you have arrested him I wish you would bring him here If It can bo done without violating any or dinance or statute The ofllccr stared at the request and tho ministers wife exclaimed Philip you will not have that man come Into the mouse Besides you ore not well enough to endure a meeting with time wretchSarah I 1 have a good reason for It Really I am well enough You will bring him wont you I do not wish to make any mistake In the matter Before tho man Is really confined un der a criminal charge of attempt to murder I would like to confront him here There can be no objection to that can there The officer finally promised that the could do so without attracting too much attention he would comply with time request It was a thing ho had never done before Ho was not quite easy in his mind about it Neverthe less Philip exercised a winning Influ once over all sorts and conditions of men and he felt quite sure that If the nflJror cnnld arrest his man aulctly ho CONTINUED young women are completely prostrated for a out of 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TIME DEPOSITS AT THE RATE OF I4 DIRECTORS CENTS I A WEEKFor the OLDD3T end DUST AF TERNOON New spper In the South The lLouisville Evening Post Contain 10 12 or 6pasrH lIarkeUAlltheWuhlnatoEVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN I SyeelutPost The Rates Are SIOO for Tbrerf Months SI50 for six Honthi 1100 for One Year 412 cople for 200 cents Send potul card for ample ooplM If I y t ii r Th 7 y r l THE BRECKBNRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900ItCARRY THE MESSAGE ABROAD Prom a Paper Read at the Womans Foreign Missionary Society at the Louisville Conference Dy 2111 Tutu Daniel llardlnsburfr Ky l One of the many beautiful names in the Bible given to our Lord Jesus Christ la that of the Sun of Righteousness Malachi says Unto you who fear my name shall the Sun of Righteousness arise with healing in Ills wings What the material sun in our uni versa does for this earth of ours typifies the work of the Sun ol KigiiteousntBS When plants and lives are hidden from Ita beams we see eickliness disease unctennnees unwholc- someness and all the fruits ol darkness The Sun of Righteousness alone makes health ulvigorous strong beautiful lives His presence alone counteracis the deadly miasma of Satan the prince of this tvorld tbe usurper who shallyet be dispossessed bv the power of God But in the heathen lands of today he is the one who Is wor shipped this prince of darknes who brought sin into our world and all our woe His reign is supreme over the many many millions where the beams of the Sun of Righteousness have never shone Confucianism llrahmanlem Taor lam Mohammedanism and the various systems of idolatry practised in the islands of the sea Romanism with its knowledge of the one God perverting the truth in baying its adherents worship a woman who though pure and blessed cannot mjjijt the fallen and when they bow dcjtfh to her and worship her they only add sin to sin in that we know there is only one mediator between God and man the man Christ Jesus who said to Satan Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God and Him only shalt thou serve I say these various beliefs without foundation in the Word of God hold the millions to day in abject bondage to eh while a few of us know the truth which alone makes free If you have ever stood in a broad coun try place where you could see in al directions the round sky shutting down about the round world in a semicloudy day you might have seen some portions of the landscape smiling in sunlight while others were bathed in shadows The sun was there above the earth but in some parts of the landscape his rays were hid den by clouds Jn other clear spaces his beams could fall and shine away the gloom and cold The Sun of Risbteon ness shines above all this world and some places are in the light and some are in the shadow Jeaus is there doing His part but clouds of in difference and neglect and selfishness and ayarice on the part of the ones who know the cause of their light and life and heat rise from us and it is all dark in heathen lands We leave them in the shadows not even asking ourselves Are Iwe our brothers keepers Not even from the heart praying Thy kingdom come- T will be done in earth as it is in heaven for the heart reachet below the pocketbook The prayer comes from the lips only and rises not above our heads and our unlove and our unbelief and our careless hearts and lives form the clouds that hide the Sun of Righteousness from His creatures and 100000 of them every day pass away in heathen darkness and gloom and will spend a Christlees eternity with those of us who care noth llag for the Light of the World Ii it America we love or Jesus Pat n says hW country Is the one whose darkness Is deepest The Master said I am the light of the world Another time He said Ye are the light of the world In His first sermon to His disciples sitting at his feet on the mountain side He taught them the value of the knowledge of him and adeemseehOWthO1ightOfaCiIyC0uldnot lighted temple and homes gleamed on them as He thus sat and talked to His JsSjn So dear friends If we are the light of tbe world let us see that the obstruc tions are removed and that we shine out the light He gives within illumining the heathen gloom Let us lift up Jesus to His creatures who are bowing down to handmade gods Man must worship some thing must pray to some one It ia in him so to do Let na tell them of the Savior from sin Put Him In place of gold of Satan of self In every little town in America you find churches elbowing each other See Hardinaburg for instance Three Protestant churches in a stones throw of each other caring for the souls of three or four hundred people perhaps who have had the Gospel all their days aye and from their great grandparents down In heathen China one church might be stationed say at Cincinnati another at Evansyllle perhaps How I wouldwe enJoy laving to send this far for a minister to visit our sick to bury our dead or Instruct na in the way of righteousness John says if we see our brother have need and shut up the bowela of compassion from him how dweileth the love ol God in us How indeed In what manner does It mani rtlteelf la the parable of the Good Samaritan 1r qeatioiaI showed It was he who showed pity on againforyouxael1 we ask why are we indebted to the Chi nese the Japanese the Cubans except to make all the money off them we can The question rather is why are we in debted to Christ that we should obey Him If it is Ills will and his Fathers will and the will of the Holy Spirit that the gospel should be preached to every Creature what are we that we withstand Him and say tsee no use in it If we love Him and know it is only a whim on His part that the plan of salvation should be made known to every person for whom He died would we not humor Ills whim Did you never do this for one you loved If You lore Him you will keep His commandments Are not you glad the Christians took the Goepol to heathen England that she in turn brought it to heathen America and taught us of the one God and the ono sacrifice for world wide sin that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life Im glad they camelI Im glad my mother and my grandmother believed on thn Lord Jesus Christ and believed in toll lug of Him to ell this world I There are different was of suicide There are alflerent ways of murder One may kill himself through n greety appetite as surely ca ho may kill him self with a knife lIe may drink him self into the lower regions as surely as sending himself there by pois n We may kill ourselves as a Christian people ION COFFEE Used Millions Homes Accept substitute COFFEE articles FREE exchange Ib COFFEE Umbrella Sent express preOa 2ccnt stamp a strip of o AND FLAVOR 0 on DressPin ISlionThreeInthan com posed of fine rolled gold with handsome set tfDn Suitable cuffpins- neckpins or IU a a SashBelt and Meatlon your- walstmeasura when sending tromUonLatest style ot Imported black Bwlas grosgrain imitation andfashionable liver NapkinRing PariS lion head a stamp Neat Made of durable metal heavily silver plated Two different patterns CoinPurse IS lion head a 2cent stamp Color 1tine1 niokeldframesnapfastening Ladles PenKnife fromLiont zctampterlali nicely demented assorted colors by retaining in our own SOul8the knowledge of Christ He must be to be Wholeness holiness must Impart Him The Dead Sea is dead be cause it gives not out its watersthere- Is no overflow We may kill individuals kill nations merely by refusing to give that which would life We may let the heathen world starve for lack of the Bread of Life broken on the cross for all the world and God will ask us II why at the great We cannot say to Him Lord we didnt believe in Foreign Missions There were sinners in our own homes Do you not sup pest He knew in every land ttiere would be those who would him because they lovtd sin and hated holt ness lie didnt bid Ills disciples stay in Jerusalem until every man we man and child was educated granuatcd converted lIe knew that time would come Jerusalem Judea Samaria uttermost parts of the earth Ho said Books re views papers tracts by the thousands abound and to be ignorant of the needs 0 the world Is criminal To h ignorant of Gods will Is presumption I when from tho time of the ascent l made known to disciples and Jiblea abound on every hand If wo be fol lowers of Him as were they the words to us as to them If we love because he first loved us our love will keep his commandments They are not grievous Amos Wells says JudAs Iscarlot tha meanest of men sold his Lord thirty pieces of silver We Christians of America sell Him yearly for forty pieces of copper That is the overage gift to send lila name to the uttermost parts of the earth I Ninetynine cents Is by the Christian world in America for every cent that goes arroad to evangelize millions Ono cent out of every hundred 1 Such suicidal I What obtdionite to this last command Go ye Into nil the world and preach ia of no Insist on LION in lIb pkgi These mailed in for lion heads cut from front ofi ZION pkgs Silk either Ladys or Gents by of this at end Set rubycolored for- waistplns set Buckle ribbon and 2cent and substantial For and handles and shared healthful sustain day reject was are for policy I II Knickerbocker Watch Given for 175 lion heads and a 2cent tlmo Solid nickelsilver COM fullylelnleKnickerbocker Watch Chain strand of lest silk cord united with colored beads neat and For IS lion heads and a size and latest shape Black seal greta leather separata a tuckpocket with to hold visiting cards secure Given for 25 lion UonColfeD and a 2c stamp GentsWatch nailed free for 90 lion heads and a 2cent atampTho soil watch stem wound and Item- setdurablonlckel plated case I each watch accompan ted by guarantee- oUbo maker A reliable PocketBook dlvlalonlncludlng I Table Cover Durable dark coloredmaterIAl materIAlthat washing 82 Inches square including fancy fringed border tree for 25 lion heads and a 2c MAledI and tod TUB ABOVE AWl PEW OP TIIO UON COtTEB Anotherlist will appear paper Dont ltl grandest list premium You know UON COPPED by the wrapper seated pacts age with Hons head front absolutely the package unbroken UON routed the day leaves the my Gospel to every creature does for the soul fully given to obeying it only eternity can reveal The Masters words are true It is more precious to give even the Gospel than to receive beg of you to help us provo to the heathen world that there Is only one God and salvation in no other name than the name of Jesus Oh that they could see that Christendom Is in earnest May God show each of us the duty of the hour In these fields white to the harvest Sin works Death works Let us work too The night comethwhen no mau cau And whatsoever you do do it heartily unto the Lordfor ye serve the Lord Christ The Sex of Ships The word ship masculine In French Spanish and Portu guese possesses no HeX In Teutonic antI Scandinavian Perhaps would not be an error to trace the custom of feminizing ships bacl to the Greeks who called them by feminine names probably out of deference to Athene goddess of the sea But the English speaking sailor assigns no such rca sons The ship to him always lady even though be manowar Site possesses waist collars stays laces bonnets ties ribbons watches nnd dozens of other distinctly feminine Colliers Weekly Gold Twentyfour carat gold all gold 22 carat gold has 22 parts of gold of silver nn of 18 carat gold has IS parts of pure gold nnd parts each of sliver and In Its compo sition 12 carat gold halt gold the remainder being made up of UVj parts of silver and SHs parts of copper cJtronir Iroof- Hettle So you really think that George Ihi love with you Edith Oh urn sure of Itl You should hen sonic of the mean things ho says about you and the rest of the girls In our set Boston Transcript TwontrntlneCILIIIbrio kerchiefs imported laconic Inser lions In cor machine hemstitchedi durable pair I poses able receipts treatise roomlaundry diseases Given 2cent stomp Coffee Money pureCoffee FGo1R1ngI I lion enttamp heads FortS Cut wilt 1 of with dallion ners hem stylish and 18 heads from wrappers stamp Book valu cooking also sick for 15 heads A this of sHared always It Is In Is pure II Is COFFEB ta It factory I as Is Italian Is n she a a chains 1 1 copper 3 copper Is Is 1 Beautiful A of and a i cut and a 2c of the Olven for 10 lion heads and 2cent Sixteen pages of Mo Melodies cover We so you can get an assortment I I a I Easy strong sharp blade I For 1 2 lion bead a 2c sUmp I la I I I a It I It I It is a OF SCIENCE Even Bright Disease Is No Longer as It you are suffering from kidney blad er or uric acid trouble and de spalred of netting help you should try the great kidney Every reader of the NEWS may obtain a sample bottle free by mall so you may test it for yourself and realize this truth of what your friends and fellow citizens say as regards Its marxelous tfllcacy and worth DrKilmers has been tried and tested by thousands who stand high In tItle It Is not mended foi but if you have kldtify bladder or uric acid trouble it will be found just tits remedy you need It bringa buck the rosy Hush of health and etreimlh It is a purifier and re builder aud is a boon to till weak and be confronted suddenly that Brlchla disease has hold of one was at time to hearing a death warrant but today thanks to tho discoveries of science and tits researches of Dr Kil no casH la eiiliro y hopeleea Even those in advance have been died anti life prolonged by Swump This remedy ispurely vegetable anti contniiw nothing that could harm the most delicate child it IH pleasant to take and the regular fiftycent and dollar sza oold by nil dnujelaln Send vHir nnme and address to Dr Khmer l Co Iluj hnnt n N Yand a sample bottle and a book telling all about Swamp Hoot land its wonderful cures will be sent to you free ilif IiljrrlnfK Progress tins been i try LION COFFEE and you will never use I I Gold headland 2cent These rings are genuine rolledpoU plate having the exact I bythepatterns very popular Determine the thick that the ends Averytinoumbre1lamadeofunionsilketaTENGTH exactly meet when I PURITY I joint the Lay one end diagram Indicates the and order the number the other belting stylish spent appearIngkeeper with backNickel watchLarge with flre Slap timekeeper stand attributes 1PairI Lace the HalfInch hn1oI for Picture 868 thekitchen remedlelformon different books I Boys F PREMIUMS shortly miss TIle ever and large thcrGoose iliustrate4anlwlthnicely PocketKnifeI The Opener redwoodhandle ADVANCEMENT Hopeless hove StvnmpHoot remedy UKECKENRIDOE fully SwampUoot community everything ailingTo the knowledge ouo equivalent met stRIIS rea great one are nndl1lalIuttl Best for the Handkerchiefs Century CookBook Regarded I Picture Easter Greeting Given for lion heads cut from Lion Cot fee wrappers and a stampA picture gracethe ItiKroom The- background ot- roTallarkbluo furnishes a n appropriate contrast to the 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other large cities The LEADING system ol StateYoulittle Oradoalri atslilei to positions SriciAL RATES TO THOU WHO HIND FOR CA8ALOGUI1 AT ON- CESCIIQTZ SCHOOL aisa West Jcifer jonSt I LouUvllle K TRUSSES 65c SI25 AND UP Wa S SCIIIS1 n IF 55511 TM4I IdI tt rtLTOKI talus IKu than onetaintI JH1i 1rkI I nnnAVII WRITE FItS FREE TRUSS CATalOCUE I iiiluicludlngthe aew 51000 La T1- lht ten tlsl SF CISC SJ IIII ur shy S275 tumsSEARS ROEBUCK Co CIIICAQK LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered PolandChina Swine The herd IIs beaded by Commodore Samnion IcalestprIZeComMbdore hampson is duplicate of hll saywhitoncasting tOlinlhatbreilhOlfsgedSOWandfallof slock JQIrln ton Ky =Ica ut 4- ca aLc II1IIG9 IS Circular Plush Cape SEND NO bkb IC OStS ll a erie l r MONEY 1nlli 1el irf la 1WCMD1UUL I I ltee lhltlol1mli for 1000 Kilo U wUUl kjU rr Till Sat nitrmad0tfinoitI linedthrougho0jVraelibortlysllaroundwlthztrenSg = I JIar IT Iart =AnmSEARSbean kUUaAC anUrM lf nmI4wO rr 8 T seal THEf BRECKBNRIDGlt NEWS WED1yESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 p I I WISHING It may be true of virtue that But to wish more virtue iis to gain but it is bringstwish Health must be sought and for There are more than half a million people who have found health each iin the same way and by the same means What way and means are open toou If lingerinduds emaciation weakness a conditionC which if negiectetior unskilfully treated leads to consumption begin at once the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis perfectlyeveryhundredtrialSick persons are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter absolutely free of all fee or charge Every letter is held as Mcredlycontidentialand1 opes bearing no printing upon them The experience of Dr Pierce often enables I him to suggest auxiliary treatment specially adapted to the individual ease Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y troublrdwithmy breast w that II cuufd hardly go about or do my house work for myvelf and husband writes Mrs Alice Ilolton of St Albana Kanawha Co- W Ya J It my trouble go on until about eight month ego I got one of Dr R V Pierce rrmcdlorDispensary Medical Association In a abort time I after reading the little book They soon Rare en answer and advised me what to doe I fol bythecoves I have used three bottles of it and now feel like a new person Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do not theyhavestructions FALLS OF ROUGH V e are sorry to lose Dr Harris Ira Boling went to Short Creek Mon dayO car Armstrong went to Fordsvllle TuesdayCharlie Stone returned from Chicago last week Willis Green returned from the city last week Produce Is selling at a good price In our village now W II Chambllss Is very much im proved In health 31 W Stone was the guest of W H ChambllsB Sunday elrt David Clminbllec was the guest of h r mother Friday Tilt Missed Murphy were visiting the- reaM Ilarlb last week Miss Irene WhittinguUI Is teaching a select school at Trlsler- Falte is a good opening for a doctor Biuce Dr Harris hsS left I A horse buyer from Indiana was here last week buying up stock A fine new store at Trlele 0 T T Whittlnghill proprietors Several important transfers of real estate in Ohio county lately Misa Nannie Fisher was the guest of MiLe Jennie Green last week Mrs Jentry of Ohio county entertained quite a number of her friends to dinner Thursday- Ed Stone bought a niniatm from Ci cero Cummings last week The farm is situated on Rough river near Clint Beauchatnp My sister writes me from Owensboro that there la great exct ment In that city on account of smallpox the court and schools are suspended for a time BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Sent Free to Sufferers Deepeeated obstinate cases the kind that lies resisted doctors hot eprlngapat ent medicine treatment quickly yield to D B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cured such indications as mucous patches In the mouth sore throat erup tions eating sores bone pains itching skin swollen glands stiff joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases where the hair and eyebrows have fallen out and the whole skin was a mast of bolls ptm pleaand ulcorethis wonderful specific has completely changed the whole body In to a clean perfect condition free from eruptlono and skin smooth with the ghw of perfect health B B B Is the only known perfect cure for Blood Pole on 63 sufferers may test B B B and know for themselves It cures a trial bottle will be sent free of charge B B B for sale by druggists at SI per large bottle or C large bottles full treatment So For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga lFaith In the Legislature W B Kissinger Central City and Chairman oi the Legislative Committee Kentucky State Federation of Labor is at Frankfort looking after the Interests of all organized trades in the state was a passenger on the Branch last Satur day en route toeeehis fatherinlaw Mr Conrtlnid Aeklns nnd to visit his wife and children Mr Kissinger speaks in high terms of the Legislature as a body and says they are the soberest set of men he eyer saw together and he has great faith in their doing the right thing F = = i GLENDEANE NT Curtis went to Irvington Sunday Mr F M Powell went to Fordavllle eI Sunday Mrs Rod Mattingly was in Ilardins burg Sunday Mrs Bettie Moorman visited att Irviugton Saturday and Sunday ourMr Wick Moorman went to Clover port Friday to return Monday Attorney Henry Matthews was here Saturday on professional business Dick and John Owen went to Louis ville Saturday with a car load of stock 3Ir McCormack and a Mr Tuttle are here from near Owensboro to buy mules Mlas Lutie Moorman and Harry Stum went to Fordsvllle Saturday returning SundayTommy Speaks an exresident of this neighborhood was here last week from OwensboroMiss Harper West View was a guest of Misses Eula and Mamie Har per last week Miss Mary Moorman and Walter Moorman were visitors at Falls of Rough Saturday and Sunday Miss Eva Hensley and Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg were guests at Mr Bob Robertsons Sunday Robertson Bros have sold 100000 lbs of tobacco to an Owensboro man They make the shipment this week Mr Thomas Northern and his grand daughter Miss Exol Wilson of Bewley yule visited here laatweek Miss Rose Haffey Sties Lula Rhodes Rov W T Miller and Moormaa Robert son were enrolled as new students at Utopia Monday The Methodist Minister at Fordsvllle will fill Bro Millers appointment here next Sunday morning Bro Miller will be engaged in a protracted meeting Miss Acne Robertsons school closed set week Shes another successful young teacher She will immediately reenter Utopia for better preparation for her chosen work Fox chasing last week was 0 K Eight bounds started one night Three made a twelve hour run Their order at the close of the run was Charley Owens Drum first Dick 0 wens Beulan second and Charleys Luther third Miss Nannie Green was at home Saturday and Sunday She has three or four weeKs more of teaching Last Fri day afternoon the literary exercises at her school were unusually good and were attended by parents and friends o thschoolWinsome as accomplished and attractively accomplished is Miss Delia Moor man Cloverports fair young lady who attended the Ilardinsburg examination last week Miss Moorman is now the guest of Misses Lutie and Hallie Moor man for a few weeks Tom Moore was here one day last week en route for Bowling Green Toms a progressive pedagogue who is going to ward the front every day His successful term just closed will make him his own successor next winter unless he refuses the position David Howard killed an active blacksnake one of the warm days last week His snakeabip was crawling along and showed fight when Mr Howard ape proached This is the earliest one re corded for the year Charley Deane and Louis Ashley will furnish the usual fish ing items later on In the year Generous Goshen was a pleasing tribute to the people of this neighborhood In matters industrial social edu cational and religious the people here are abreast of the best and are of such sort that theyll not lose their position Ours are preachersupporting mission giving people Two evidences of good nessMrs Eliza Stone of Evelelgb Grayson county came Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs Perry Hosklns On heri way Mrs Stone alighted from her car ridge stumbled fell and tumbled sever al feet throwing her right shoulder out of place She is CO years of age and hasI suffered a great deal from the effects of the fall Twentyfoul applicants for graduation at Hardiusburg last week l Bracken ridge is rousing to her duty our teach ers are showing themselves wortLyI schools are doing better work than ever before Lets all of us congratulate our selves and move on for next year In steadof24 lets make it 48 next time Glendeano will do her part and willI next year send the biggest class shes ever sent to graduation examination Misses Rose Bud Moorman Bessie Moorman Arrie Robertson Monna Hun ter Hannah Pile Willie Robertson Roy Moorman Harry Moorman Ernest Aldridge and Allle Harper attended Ed die LMoormans school exhibition near West View Saturday night Mr Moor man his faithful pupils and efficient help are to be congratulated upon their success The writer never saw prettier exercises a more closely packed crowd or a better behaved audience Much praise to them and theirs Croup the great enemy of childhood succumbs at once to the soothing Influence of Dr Bells PinoTorHoney Bronchial affections lose their danger when this great remedy is at hand No home should be without it t = SAND CAVE FLAT Winter again Success to the semiweekly J II McCoy of Sample was the guest of A A Glavcomb loaf Friday Foster McKaugban visited Russell Williams of Cloverport last week and reports him improving Misses Z IDa Lay of this mmunlly and Cora Best of Stepbensporr spent ia few days in llardlnsburg last week Messrs L R Adklsaon and Hewitt Hawkins Cialton Gaabman Proctor and George Roberta attended the sale at Tom Squires at Sample last Thursday Last Sunday night between 7 and 8 oclock the residence belonging to Ir- and Mrs Al Whitworth on Poplar Flatf known as the Shelrnan homestead was totally destroyed by fire The out houses were all saved but the most house They saved their meat how ever There was some bedding and one carpet and other things saved but the kitchen and dining room things were all destroyed Mu Rakish Sbelman lost most all of her property only say ing a trunk and a few other things They thought that the fire originated in an upper rrom over the family room where there was a bole in the chimney for a stove pipe It was a twostory frame building of six rooms and the loss is certainly rot less than 1500 with only 450 Insurance We saw the fire from the beginning as we live in plain view of that place The family and friends have our sincerest sympathy Dr Bulls Cough Syrup IIs not a common every diy cough mixture It Is a manreloos reme dy for all the troublesome and dangerous compli cation resulting from the hud throat chest aid lungs Sold tor 25 ct- iHARDINSBURG LAWYER ADMINISTRATOR V OBabbage of Hardinsburg has recently been appointed administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Claycombleftsand dollars all of which is to be disposed of in accordance with the will He named executors in the will but requestedMrter and settle it according to law Mr Claycomb left several heirs all of whom are to be provided for in the disposition of the proceeds of his estate The fragile babe and the growing child are strengthened by WHITES OREAM VERMIFUGE It destroys worms gets digestion at work and so rebuilds the body Price 25 cents An Amendment to Ordinance No 14 AM ACT to Amend and Rc Enact Section n Sub t4eahUedLicenseTaxshallread as follows SECTION St Before engaging In any occupation or selling any article named in this ordinance the person desiring to do so shall procure license and pav the tax thereon as follows To retail spirituous vinous or malt liquors f1000 To persons who are diitillersof spirituous liquors In good faith to retail spirituous liquors of their own manulacture at their distillery or residence but shall only sell at one of said places and that must be namtd and designated In the licenreln quantities of not lets than one quart the liquor not to be diunk on the premises or adjacent thereto lhTo persons who are manufacturers of vlnou liquors In good faith and distillers of peach and apple brandy to retail liquors of their own manu acute at the place of manufacture or distillery In quantities not less than a quart and not to be drunk on the premises or adjacent thereto lye To persons who are merchants In good faith engaged in carrying on a bona fide mercantilebull nets other thin the sale of liquors by retail to retail spirituous liquors at th lr storehouses In quantities not less thin a quirt the liquor not to be drunk on th proTofaith to retall spirituous and vinous liquors at the drug store In quantities not ten than a quart the liquor not to be drunk on the premises or adacent thereto and to sell In quantities than a quart for medicinal purposes only on the prescription of a regular practising physician goo To keep a room or saloon In which billiards pigeonhole or pool tables are kept lor the use of which a poke Is charged lay for each table To engage In the business oCa pawnbroker 100 To the keeper of a nine or ten pin or bowling alley for the use of which a price Is charged fro dayClrcae played under canvas jo for the lint and fio for each succeeding exhibition and each side show when a separate fee Is charged b11 pay tax as a dayTheeducatedani IsToI the greatest sum charged for the service 01 the animal whether the same be for the season or for insurance The license for breeding stock shall ex plre on the thirtyfirst day of December after It is granted The applicant for such license shall state on oath the largest amount he Intends to charge directly or Indirectly for the epic of th animal and If in property or other thing the value orbroughtIntotheeltfirst day of December In any year the tax on the license until December yin alter the purchase or removal shall be In proportion to the annual tax as the time for which the license has to run bears to the whole year All persons making for such reduced license shall make application the Clerk an affidavit stating when such animal was brought Into the city and the name of the owner or owners and their place of residence Approved Jan 8 jooo MayorTOrdinance No To Restrict the Keening of Swine within the Cor porate Limits of the City of Cloverporr Ky KydoSECTION IThat It shall be unlawful to keep maintain or harbor any hogs shoats or pigs with in the corporate limits ol the City of Cloverport between the thlnrtillt day of Slay and the first day of October In each year ordinancehalltwenty dollars for each hog shoat or pig kept maintained or harbored within the corporate limns houraanyhoglharbored within the corporate limits of said city shall constitute a new puense but this ordinance broujhllntotbesale or shipment nnd which do not remain within threedaysslaughteredApproved MayorTAmendment to Ordinance No 5 AN ACT to Amend and ReEnact Section 34 of andTheirKydoordainKicnoN sThiit Section Ordinance No5entitled City Officers and 31of Duties passed herebvubaUtutlnJrforall services required ol him by the charter or ordl monthlySaidI and shall read on the whole as follows Sac 3lThe Clay Attorney shall be allowed for all services required of him by the charter or ordi c monthlyApprovedJAIlAnRYMayorTToMETVCIer L IDICVIOVLfI i i For any man to claim to make money by selling at a loss Its foolish to say it and more foolish to believe itsIf the farmer raised only grain for what he planted he would starve If the merchant sold his goods dollar for dollar at the pricehe bought them he would starve H WE MUST LIVEAnd we live by our profits but we dont prey on the public Our prices actually lower than the much talked of i are 11Of11 t J l J r them Our goods are good and they pay us to handle them and will pay 1 you to buy them We dont have to bribe our customers or sacrifice our sales Theres no lack of interest on our part Every year about this tti time we like to remind you that were not sleepy and not even resting r All classes of business seem contented to rest on their oars duringIJanuary But weve no idle heels dangling over our counter We like to be everlastingly at it with r hi Better Goods and Lower Prices Than you can find elsehere New fuel is being added tothe already busy appearance that characterizes our store Increased interest increasing sales prove our pronounced leadership and makes plain why economical people choose to spend most of their money with us Speaking of GoodThingsS toEat i Theres more good Jiving in a bushel of Northern Hand Picked Beans than t inmost anything else all things considered We are selling them at the I very moderate price of 4 cents and it hasnt been a week since you paid 5cii Whydont t i Beans is not so bad still we dont guarantee to save you more than 10 per Ifx cent Now in Coffee we cant do you so much good we aftfCelling xyy at 10 cents you know what you have to pay This istlie best Roast ed Coffee in our judgment on the market today Have lOa Big lot on hand and will give it out just as we bought itQ r- I3DDO t r U TiIB3s T inSome fellow gets his money back That cash machine is always getting its work These goods are all sold as good honest values But whehfit comes to making these prices and then giving the money back too it kinder hurts But we started this thing ourselves and we propose to give you a good time while it llasts How about Tobacco Canvas We have bought enough to i Giver One Half of the Country7 Arid if sold in proportion to other goods would be Worth 3c per yard But we figure this as in other goods We prefer to do a greater volume of business on a Smaller margin of profit and have put the price at 2 l2c per yard Now t these goods are firstclass and we would be glad to furnish samples upon apLplication There is a Canvas being used which applies to grasshoppers only 4 0it But ours IS ABSOLUTELY BUG PROOF 8 i And plants grown under it are guaranteed to stand up and live We also have a eautiful line of Table Oil Cloths 5x4 wide first quality and pretty patternslat20c yer yard People who are familiar with these goods and whokeep up with the advances will appreciate this price i These little things dont amount to very much but it has a tendency to show which way the wind is blowln We InvIte you to come and compare our buyingneyerI VEJEY RVLIYI JL B FG Beard Cl HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY I ioI w J 1 f q lH n J J d i- y r ll N