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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l t M t f to r r k 1- c j a- r = ter i r w s r ffI- 1- Y C 18 PAGESII II ALL IaEJ NEJVVS TIKCAJTS IF111 TO JEJNI VOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 NO 31 nnnnn WAS FOUND DEAD if Well Known Young lf11 hound Dead Near Clover port the Jury Returns a Verdict of Strangulation and Suffocation K The tact news of tha discovery of tho lifeless footty of GlarjsBta Kasey better known as Samba aboBi two miles South of this city was heard Friday morning Feb Jth His body was found lace downward in soft mud by George Webb colored while out hunting These are facts as obtained by a NEWS reporter Thursday afternoon orb Kaaey and Yeater Allen were loading steele for the Breckenridge Cannel Coal company Tho weather became BO inclement that tho young men could not continue to work nnd their first thought was to have a good time They procured a quart of whiskey from Hanninga distillery and returned to their labors After freely Imbibing of their barley corn they start fid out the road for a house then occu pied by one Dora Clark Upon reaching their destination they were greeted by the presence of Thos Satterfleld They had not been at the house but a short time until Charley Eenvin arrived on a mule loaded to the guards Hedieraounted and went in the house partially disrobed and tobka nap From the evidence in court their whis key was nearly exhausted and Veate Allen mounted Beavins mule and went attar more whiskey and SatterffcU walked to Hannings distillery whero hi purchased one quart and onehalf pint for Allen Alien then rode off and met the following young men in Robinson corn field Charley Beavin Walter Allen Orb Kasey and Clarence Knsey They all then enjoyed Kentuckys hoe pitallty by taking several friendly rounds tram their bottles Before it was all gone they were feeling pretty clever and I- ttadecided to go home It seems tlm- tlfeavln was under tho Influence of the intoxicants more than the rest and all lleft with the exception of Vester Allen who stayed to take care of him The job developed to be more than ho had contracted forand so Allen left Beavin all alone with his mule to reach home the best way he could Beavin was past the point of navigation and he lay on the ground to take a sleep When he awoke he was almost frozen but by des perate efforts ho mounted his mule and went to George Webbs and naked per mission to remain tho night Afterwards it developed that Vester Allen had returnee and was a guest at Dora Clarks house the entire night All this time young Kasey was either struggling to go to Clarks house or re turn home but be failed in the attempt His brother Orb Kasey and Walter Al len had reached home about seven oclock and as be bad been out before on elmikr occasions his absence was not noted On the morning of the finding of the body of Kasey his parents wero sum Cloned About the time Webb found t i him there came leisurely strolling along the road Vester Allen and Dora Clark At this point they parted and the where abouts of the woman cannot be located Kaeoy was a robust healthy young man and not of the best character He was about nineteen years of age It shows conclusively that barley corn and wom en of illrepute were the ruination of this young man It is deplorable when young men will gather together and deliberately con earns over a half gallon of whiskey knowing at the time that ruin and de traction stares them in the face Es peclally when young boys who have not reached their mature years are al Jowed to stand up and drink the fluid as though it were water cannier off rum JURY We the jjury find that Clarence Kasoy came to his death about two miles south picktnridgecountyiKentucky 1000 by strangulation and suffication ewued as we bellovo from the teatime nj produced by falling into soft mud arid1 water face downward and being able to rise r Chte 10th day of Feby 1000 Leo Hinton Forema- nGTWeatherholt WiRSrnlth W H Camp J E Pate Clayton Oroeson THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS GREAT INTEREST TAKEN IN NORMAL LITERARY The Bieckenrldge Normal Literary held its tegular weekly meeting at the Hardluaburg Normal College Friday night The fallowing officers I were present Rosco Hutidry president Raymond Meador vice presidentI Miss Susie lurch secretary John Block treasurer and Arthur Beard sheriff Thu houeo flflH caled to order by the president and tfltDnlfcti olthe previous meeting were read by their secretary and approved There were estimated to be 100 persons prevent and gtdni in forest was manifested by all of the mombois of the society Many took part in thd reading of papers on the leadlut questions of the day The principal subject of discussion wa whether at not The United States ohonldI retain pcttSfBaiou of the Fiilli ppiucs by Messrs Raymond Meador rice McCoy on tttu affirmative and Louis Ditto and Henry Miles on the negative side It was a spirited argu ment on both aides and one that en thus d the whole house as to Who would come out victorious However after considerable deliberation it was decided in favor of the affirmative ide as havlrif the best argument Clifton Payiie read a most itprropriate paper on the Im pdrtanco of Literature which received theapprobation Of all Before tho adjournment of the Literary the organization of a eemlmonthy paper Was perfected It will be titled thu B L 0 Hustler Mlsa Ella Ahl was unanimously elected edltoreua who will have the assetance of the members Prof Roberts Mr Milton Coke Mr- S W Pate Mrs Roberta and Miss Kelly Eskrldge who composed the fac ulty of the school should have the entire cooperation of the public to maintain the success of such an important acqui sition to tho school To Be Prepared For war is the surest way for this nation fo maintain peace That is the opinion of the wisest stateemen It is equally true that to be prepared for spring is the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the seasons This is a lesson multi tudes are learning and at this time when the blood itrsure to be loaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish the millions begin to take Hoods Sar saparllla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood expels all disease germs creates a goal appetite gives strength and energy and puts tho whole system in a healthy condition prevent lug pneumonia Ifevers and other dan gerous diseases which are liable to at tack a weakened sj stem OUR QLENDBANE CORRESPONDENT A Well Merited Compliment From a Stephensport CoWorker There has been much In the NEWS of late from different correspondents to remind us of other but not happier days when our daily toll in the school room was shared with one of our very best county Instructors namely The Glendeano correspondent How often do we remember his ascending the stairs to his room in myold home tired out mentally and physically and we would liken the ascent to that of worldly fame inasmuch as there was work work work even when the topmost step was reached Within the four walls of his studyroom never did brain strive more steadily to apply itself unto knowledge and wisdom Oftentimes tho midnight dark nest borrowed a faint streak of light from this students lamp Well does he merit tho unstinted praise of a host of pupils patrons and friends Stood Death Off E B Monday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger He says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuad ed him to try Electric Bitters and he wag soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills die ease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 6Qp at Short IIaynes drug store TO IHER VALENTINE In spite of the rainy afternoon there was a number of ladles present at the home of Mrs George Short Thursday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Ladles Reading Club The concluding chapters of Prisoners of Hope were read with much interestt A Valentine meeting will be hold to morrow afternoon with Mrs David R Murray Each member is requested to bring an original venolet written to her valentine POST YOUR= SELVES One Dollar Will Accomplish Wonders if Properly Spent Eight Reasons Why We Refute the Statement Made by Two Progressive Citizens I Replying toHrwo Progressive Citizens of last weeiia edition of the NEW I would bog to advise that the prlte us sally paid for franchises tti one dollar that is only to make the confht t llegal For eyery legal transaction there muse be a consideration hence one dollar Is usually the price charged Second The purchaser must be the judge as id the bargains Third The financial coKeiueMion derived from inch sales was nefer expected by any intelligent body of r1 lj to improve streets or put mere money jn clrcnla UorT thereby making bettor iGSlft Jtm the many benefits derived from hitter public works after beginning operationi are expected to improve times Can Two progressive Citizens cite a town or city having water works and electric lights that has not been benefited by same Still If Two Progressive Citl zsns want tho franchise money on streets I would say that one dollar Would put three loads of river gravel on the streets in the fall and the other dollar would haul off three loads of slush in the spring or would put a little more than six loads of the aforesaid gravel in some alley Fourth The now Council has never intimated the raising of taxes and I give them credit of knowing enough not to attempt a raise as per Commercial club would advise Two Progressive Citizens to consult some posted man on the ob jects and Intentions of a Commercial club and to reread the previous article from Progressive Citizen Aleo I think that the new Councils ability at money raising does not stop at tho tax limitFifth I certainly would object to bor rowing money to issue bonds for echool houso purposes but as the Council has given its word to build the school house I think that when the time comes it will be built Sixth have never thought of tho Council borrowing money HO will drop that question Seventh As to raising the money to do the necessary improvements spoken of I would advise the Two Pro reEQlve Citizens to attend the council meeting or to wait and see In my last article I caked for a reply to same I will now amend my former request and ask only fur expressions from anyone having tho interest of our little city at heart and these expressions to be in the nature of suggestions and wherein wo may all be bettered PBOOBESSIVE CITIZEN HONOR ROLL HARDfNS URO PRIVATE SCHOOL Allen Klncheloe Ofr Harry Hoben 03 Stuart Babbngo OS Katherine Kin cheloe 07 Arthur Haswell 00 Virgil Babbage 00 Meda Ditto 9U Isabel Gardner 00 Ada Beard 90 Emmett Royalty OS Morris Kincheloe 05 Mill er DeHaven 05 Martha Gardner 05 Wilbur Goodman 05- IBBNB BOARD Teacher A Week With Grandma and Grandpa Miss Lucille Cunningham the hand some and entertaining little daughter of Mr and Mrs J 0 Cunningham of lIar dlnsbnrg was a paEsengerori Saturdays branch train for Stephensport enronte to Chenault to be with her grandparents a week or more Doing Weird Jeff Dillon who has a lucrative peel tlon at Evansville Ind writes his father Mr Patrick Dillon Hardinsburg Ky that he is well pleased and Is doing far better than he expected IHe That is Warm Thinks All SoiTfioesands are cold in that they do not understand life glow of health This mplks disordered Iddne s tfoer bowels Hood or brain Hoofs Sarsaparilla gives afftoho fake it Me warmth of per fect health Get Hoods because JiZdLs S Never Disappoints A LOVING TRIBUTEI To Mrs Em lIne H Board Who Died at Hardlnsburg Thursday Feb ruary 5th List Thursday a noble mother a du voted Ohrlstirn pissed on to the Holy City Surrounded by those whoso com tort she hud over been she hud down the cross for the crown Tho flre id team her world dud she made her chil drens1 lives bountiful by her sweetness und love I In her bands were flowers on her I grave were lloworts that she loved eo well in life In our home are roses and uiag + nouns loving rnmombrftuces from her She lives forever in our hearts Her nature bud the ufrontntiss of a wild flower glooming in the woods unseen by thQ worldI A sense of homesickness 68168 oful tho soul as thoughUrof her recall a hap py childhood spent ill her companion ship Her solo iiapj nes was found IIi rnaking those about hW happy Lut us ttbcomfort in the thought that every trdSfofd taken from us on earth wenkvui the worlds hold upon our hearts and tho her voice te silent nnd her footsteps comeno more she liyes today in a happy horse not made with hands eternal in the heavens MARTHA Brandenburg Boy Leave Alrfnson Ditto left Monday for Net York City via Columbus Ohio to see his elfltef ftrtf Ned Reese Lnnson iis one of our hdndtomcBt young men and a bright promising due Ills parents Mr and Mrs JK Ditto Accompanied him as far as Louisville Hd wish the dear boy success in his new home and bli new business OUR SENATOR IN THE SWIM I A Young Republican Disapproves of ills Fathers Vote In the Republican caucus held at London Monday Feb 5th Senator R M Jolly of Irvington was nominated for President pro tern and his son Edwin for page Ve nnncratnlate our Brecken ridge county equator on being in high favor with his party This reminds us of an incident which occurred in the organization of tho Legis lature nt Frankfort Goebel who was nominated speaker pro tern of tho sen ate caet n complimentary vote for his opponent Mr J lIy who had been nominated speaker by tho Republicans Jolly returned the compliment by voting for Goebel thereby incurring the con tempt of his little son who wrote his father the following letterI- nvivaTON KY Jan 7 Dear Papa I hope you are well How do you feel niter voting for Goebel Are you a Democrat yet GoodbyeE A Republican HOne Minute Cough Cure Is tho best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It Is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like it writes H N Will- Iam Geutryville Ind Never falls It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup pneumonia bronchi tis and all throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption A R fiber Tendered a Reception- Mr and Mm Thomas Beard nee Miss Cora Hendry of Preston who wtre married at tho home of tho bride Wednesday morning arrived at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Tay lor Board nt Hardlnsbnrg Thursday evening There they were met by friends and relatives Mrs Board who has for years been recognized as an elo gant hostess tendered the bridal couple and attendants a reception At nine oclock a sumptuous repast was beauti fully served The taolo was adorned with lighted candleslnserted in handsome brasu candlesticks Those present were Mrs Lee Bishop Mr and Mrs Silts Pate Miss Linnie Haswell Mrs Judith Miller and Messrs Louis Kincheloo Roscoe Hendry and brother and E 0 Btbbage Cloverport Mr and bite Thomas Beard left Saturday for Fronton where they will live in the future Old Aunty Dead In the death of1I0ld Aunty Maria Horton Hardinsbnrg loses a good and accommodating colored woman liar death occurred lost Wednesday night after an illness of ten days She was 65 Her death was very much regretted aa moat everyone thought a great deal of her Two Louisville Visitors Misses Francis E and Emily McAteer two handsome and charming young la diee of Louisville reached Hardlneburg Monday evening to be at the home of Mr and Mrs R N Miller Duality Corner They will be their guests for several weeks A NOVEL HONEYMOON The Oroom Sows a Field of Rye While the Bride Drives the Harrow A PRACTICAL FARM WOMAN lily 01y McElroy Lebanon KjrJ I know tho readerj of this column will be sorry to learn that tho writer of it is very sick I know too that I cannot tike her place nor would I attempt it I ladleIt Mrrf MeElfoyl hatt capable of filling her position The first one said Why thero are lots of women In Kentucky who could write or speak just aa well as she Granted but Mr Moore could not ap point them all and moreover he not she was the judge And too this flame good critic I saw with my own eyes cry like her heart would breaK at the reading of the first paper So much for No1 No 2 war a lady llvlnlt In some of the counties in which institutes wore held She said and very pleasantly that Mrs McElroys feet and hands were too small for her ever to have done much work It is the regret of my life that chtura stance have forced me to allow her to Work until her hands and feet are larger bV a size or two than hen I married her mvelshteen years ago NOt for the incident We had been marted lees than two weekp when I told her 1 wished to put in about 40 acres of rye to help restore some land I had rented out for several years Hands wero scarce and money not very plenti ful and I told her to get in the buggy- and try and find me a hand to dnve a team in an acme harrow Well said she if thats all you wantwhy cant I do if Because the team is wild at least one horse is and you couldnt stand it and its right on the side of the pike where every one who passes will see you and I aui ashamed for my bride to do such menial workNow thats all stuff said she Well you know about a woman hav ing her own way She drovo tho team and broke the wild horse and harrowed in the 40acrca of rye I sowed by hand and I never enjoyed sowing any crop as much in my life and she says the same thing and from that good day to this there hM never been a place she could not fill- Now ono more thins and I am done I was telling perhaps boasting of tho above incident a few years after whgn an old Irishman who knew me well said And sure and did yeao ever pay herIINo said I she bas never been paid Well will ye pay her now That I will any thing your say PatIIWuli then come along He took me across the street to Col Car lisles store and ordered the finest silk dress in the house and the finest bonnet Now will veso pay for them 7said he That I will and I will go home and send her down to make her own selection And I did Now ladies comes tho Incredulous part That Belfeacrific ing little woman came home with some new tablecloths for her dress and nap kins for her bonnet for she said we need the one and I can do without the other If The Cap Fits Wear Its If you suffer from the consequence of impure bloodhave hails pimples or scrofula sores if your food does not di gest or you suffer from catarrh or rheu matism you are the one who should take Hoods Sarsaparilla It will fit your case exactly make your blood pure and cure salt rheum scrofula rheumatism dyspepsia catarrh and give you perfect health HOODS Paia cures all liver ills Non IrritatingWith the Telephone Company Miss Emma Tinlus formerly of this city has accepted a position In the exchange office of the Ohio Valley telephone Company Owensboro Miss Tinius is thoroughly capable of llllng moat any position and we are aunt of her making the company a valuable employee You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat llaryngeal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc- by advising the use of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 50 cents DAILmSOJLJinY PuRE Makes the food more andI OVAL INO uniraa eo NEW VODK THE DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN Mm Amanda Graham wlfof de ceased Wordon P Graham died at her home in this city Saturday night at nine oclockMrs Graham was about CO years old andcame to this cily from Uniontown lien illness was of short duration and her death was caused from apoplexy The funeral was conducted at the Elm I Street Metbolst church by Rev T V Jollier fcliO 1 I flu Iniprttsivo way cube Site Graham was ia member of the ClirlbUan church and ia true Rood ttoran and one whose life has been an ideal one There are five children who survive her Mrs john D Gregory Louisville Miss Carrie Gra ham and three SODS Jesse Lindsay and Wcrdie Her remains wore laid to rest Monday in the Cloverport cemetery and were followed by a largo concourse of friends Thoro lu no bettor medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Rem fldyltsnleasanttHSteandpromptandelTec tual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneu monia or other serious consequences It also cures croup and tine been used in tens of thousands of cases without a sin gle failure so far as wo have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon DM the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping cough it liquefies the tough mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessens tho ieverity and fre quency of the paroxysm of coughing thus depriving that disease of all danger one consequences For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shelluian Stophonsport Utopia Honor Roll Honor roll for month ending February 6th 1000 May O Cole man Mattingly 097 Alma Mattingly Ott7 Emma Dee Moorman 997 Liz zie Fisher 097 Roy Moorman 097 Daisy Deane 090 Robert Fisher 090 LouUf Moorman 09 5 Jessie Gary 005j Eva Owen 094 Guylie Howard 093 Ada Mattingly 99 3 Ollie Hoskins093 Minnie Fentress 991 Harry Moorman 080 Haber Welborn 087 Charley Robertson 087 Owen Hunter 980 Nora Hosklns 085 Otter Owen 935 Maudle Mattingly 084 Nails Matting ly 084 John Fisher 083 Elliott Moorman 081 Jesse Rhodes 08 and Sallie Robertson 007 J H PILB Principal Great opportunity offered to good re liable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to Introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre limits Ind WILL ASSIST The Ladies in their Fight Against the Liquor Tronic Col Bennett H Young of Louisville hoe tendered his services to the loci op tion people at this place in their whisky fight The Colonel is a fine lawyer and a good speaker Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I suffered a long time with dy spepsia lost flesh and became very 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 METHODISTS AT KIRK MAKING IMPROVEMENTS Bishop Morrison Will Probably Hold Dedicatory Services In May The trustees of the new Metbodlst church at Kirk hays contracted for the new pews from a Cincinnati honto at 250 They will not arrive however until about the first of March cud they will be put in at once The membois are very much delighted over the idea that their church is soon to be ready for use The dedication will not take place though until some time In May Then the weather will be fine and everybody can be present One of the Bishops of the church probably Dr Morrison will preach the dedicatory sermon MN11N1 NIti I t I t 4S St S I 18I 56 PAGESII S11111 IN BAKING rOWDER delicious wholesome O K gzuherpftBtlnr DempsterIS J I BRILLIANTAFFAIR The Honday Night Huslcale at The Methodist Church a Complete Success FOREIGN AND LOCAL TALENT Notwithstanding tho unfavorable Weather Moulfy night quite a crowd gathered at the Methodist church to enjoy the musical treat that bad been provided by an able committee of the Womans ChrlstlhH Tuinp rflnce Union The program embraced the best local talent and two numbers by Master Carl Lindstrom the boy cornetist of Louis ville and tho celebrated clarlonetist Mr F S TJiebs of Louisville Master Curl Lindstrom is a youthful prodigy He was reared m Henderson where he early manifested his great musical talent His engagement with Gilinoreu band was perhaps his greatest honor and he wears n handsome badge presented by that noted band leader His encores Annie Laurie and Dixie wore greatly appreciated as well RS hits numbers Mr Crewe accompanied by Mrs D E Bee delighted the audience He is all artist lu his line end his piiylngwap pleasing to everyone Among the yocalista of the evening was Miss Addle Louise Babbajje who made her Ural appearance in public She line n sweet soprano vofcelt which will be an addition to tyro musical circle of the town The Misses May opened the pio rotn with a brilliant duet which was followed later in the evening by a popular solo by Miss Eva tray Miss Lula Owen and Marion Bowmer were down for Instrumental solos whiqii were enjoyed by all and the trio by Misses OKHO Bowmen and Mrs D E Bee vs heartily applauded Mr D E Bet who has been a faith ful worker iu tho temperance cause and who is a genuine music lover sang a bass solo accompanied by his wife Mr and Mrs BSD are both endowed with musical ability and have infused much enthusiasm into the musical fraternity Miss Warfiold closed tho first part of the program with Alrcastles which she sang in her usual charming style The Gypsy Serenade a selection from the Fortune tellerwas sung by Mr 0 W Moorman Jr This was a happy selection mid well suited to the voice of this always pleasing singer Ono of the most enjoyable features of the evening was the appearance of Ilea Jessie Schull Her recitations are always good and her character pieces are excel lent Her encore Naughty SSall was full of fun and spirit Prof W B Maple received quite an ovation Ills song was applauded heart ily and he was called back again and again Ills CCJrt1 lively darkey song was ono of the hits of the evening Trio reappearance of Mrs L T Reid was a great pleasuro to the audience liar voice grows sweeter and clearer as time goes on and her selection IIlly the fountain ices thoroughly enjoyed The accompanists Misses Ida White and Lula Owen and Mrs D E Bee added much to the pleasure of an enjoy able evening by their services Save doctoro bills by giving Foleya Honey and Tar to infants and children in time to prevent pneumonia or croup which are fatal to so many thousands of babies Moorman Owen Quite III Rev II C Hook pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Hardlne burg has been quite Hi with symptoms of appendicitis A Good Farmer Gone Mr Edward Davis who resides neaT Hard oaburg died last Thursday night lIe had reached the ripe old age of 70 and died of general debility Mr Davis was a man of limited moans but stood high in that community His interment took place Friday McDowell Cunningham Mr 0 B McDowell and Misa Madeline Cunningham of Evansville Ind were married last week Miea Cunning ham formerly lived in this city F I t 11- a 1- i 1r 1r 1Yr i i x r I t 1j j 1 1t t r k a r Y U c 2 THE BRECKENRJDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS HIGHER AND HIGHER A Christian Woman Gives Her Views on the Open Saloon THE TEMPTATIONIS GREAT Woman Will Suffer Host Anything For the Pride of tier Family Prohibition is still waving its banner over the little town of Cloverpoit and may it continue to wave higher and higher until ninny who are now living intemperate lives may see their error and step out on the side of God and the rightGod says we are not to fear those who kill the body but to fear thoee who kill both body and eoul IP not that what saloons and whiskey are doing for thousands of our boys and men ell over this broad land of ours today We are so thankful that God has come ia his love and mercy and opened the eyes of some of our people to these great evils and God grant that the time will soon come when the tyes of others will be opened those who either by their vote or si lence auction these evils We find in Gods word that there is a curse pronounced on those who drink those who sell it and those who cause it to be sold ListenXo drunkard shall inherit the kingdom of God Tho drunkard and tho glutton shall come to poyerty and drowsiness shall clothe a man in rags Who hoth woe 7 Who hath sorrow Who hath contentions Who hath babblings Who gath wounds without cause Who hath redness of eyes They that tarry long at the wine tluy that go to seek mixed wine Look not thou upon the wine when it is red when it giveth his color in tho cup when it moveth itself aright At the last it bRoth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder Pzoverb23 2129 30 31 32 Wine is a mocker strong drink is raging and whosoever is deceived thereby Is not wiee Piov 201 Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning that they may follow strong drink that continue until night until wine inflame them aud the harp and the viol the tabret and pipe and wine are in their feasts but they regard not the words of the Lord neither consider the operation of his hands Isaiah 5 1112IIWoe unto them that are migh ty to drink wine and men of strength to mingle strong drink Which justify the wicked for reward and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him Therefore as the fire dovoureth the stubble and the flame conaumeth the chat so their root shall be as rot tanner and their blossom shall go up as dust because thy have cast away the law of the Lord of hosts and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel Isaiah 522 23 14 Woe unto him that giveth his neigh bor drink that putteth the bottle to him and maketh him drunken also Habakkuk 2 10 Do not the men who by their vote or silence causoThn naked to lodgd without clothing that they have no covering in the cold1 They cause him to go naked without clothing and they take away thin sheaf from the hun gry Job 24 7 10 Woo to him that bulldeth a town with blood and estab lish a city by iniquity Hab 12 12 shall the throne of iniquity have lei lowship with thee which frameth mis chief by a law Paalms 01 20 Op press not tho widow nor the fatherless the stranger nor tho pocr and let none of you imagine evil acalnst his brother in your heart J5chariah 7 10hAre we our brothers keeper and can the love of God be in the heart where there is no love for our fetlowman There are all sorts of ways to tempt our young men into dens of vice music dancintr speakinggames and all kinds of immoral conduct such as would make the hardest laces blush for shame and yet some people who have precious boys and say they love God at least they are members of the church voted to con tinue these places of vice in direct opposition to Gods law and all that is pure and IoodIIlIe that turneth away his ear from hearing the law even his prayer is abomination Prov 28 0 Cursed be he that doeth the works of the Lord deceitfully and cursed be he that kAepeth back his sword from blood Jeremiah 48 10 Surely some men do not realize the responsibility resting upon them God baa put it into the hands of men to make the laws of our land and no true woman will eyer want to take this liberty from them but will stay where God has put her in the home and in the churcb to use her influence in a quiet way for the good of others through her prayers and godly conversation But since she TIlE SECRETSof most painless childbirth are all told in a handsomely il lustrated book entitled II Be fore Baby is Born a copy of which will be sent free on re quest to every- expcctant mo ther The book also tells about that truly great liniment known as MOTHERS FRIEND which modifies all the distress pain and danger of the period of pregnancy and insures rapid recovery Druggists sell Mother Friend lor iiI a bottle TEE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO AtUmtiOa has no voice in law matters it ought to be all tho more binding on men to make the right kind of laws and see that they are enforced We know that mothers wives and daughters suffer a great deal more from the evils of Intomperance than do the men The day the vote was taken hero for local option a good woman all bent with age remarked amid her sobs All the unhappiness that ever came into my home was brought there by drink and at night as the people were leaving the crowded church a lady was heard to say No woman in this house has suffered more from tho curse of drink than I have though few know it There are many who could truthfully say thin same thing yet for tho sake of her family pride she tries to hide her trouble from the world by wearing a smiling face Even in laughter the heart li sorrowful Psalms 14 13 What is it that woman would not suffer for the sake of her pride and her family There are women no doubt who could not bear their heart aches if it were not for Gods precious promises- If the veil could be drawn aside and we wero permitted to look into the hearts of many poor women we would see there no doubt anguish of aoul almost akin to that of our blessed Master when he was in the garden of Getheem ene and his sweat wae as it were great drops of blood running down to the ground While He thus suffered an angel was sent from heaven to strength en Him So does God send His spirit to strengthen Ills children Yes even at the hour of midnight lIe comes when some poor mother is tossing upon her bed listening for the footsteps of her loved boy and bathing her pillow in tears over his wayward life They that sow in tears shall reap in Joy And if that mother will hold on to God by faith she may rest assured that some day some time some where that boy or boys as the case may be will give his heart to GodCan any man look at the picture just drawn not from imagination but real life and cast another vote for anything that would be demoralizing to young men when they could help to save all this grief and these heart aches Oh but you say that saloons help to keep UD our town and street If that bo true then we ought to have had by this time a great many improvements and nicely paved streets so people could get to church without wading in slush and mud when it rains Again you say saloons help to pay taxes But who keeps up the saloons Generally the poorest people and their wives and children Buffer from cold and hunger and you sit in your homes in luxury and ease and say Wo have no children to educate consequently we will vote no school taxes but vote for saloons We are not afraid of our boys becoming drunkards God didnt tell me to love my neighbor as myself that was intend ed for some other man and I intend to do every thing I can against any thing that would take a little of my money away from me God says Better is u little with tho fear of the Lord than great treasures there with Provo 15 10 You say also that if the vote is taken over you will vote again for saloons That may be true but wo am thankful that some who did before will not do so again They have seen their error And there are others who did not vote at all who say they will vote for prohi bition The little dirty pieces that have been put in the papers about some of the best ladles in our town by a poor specimen of mankind are helping the temperance cause every day We hope to see the day come when no immoral man can be elected to any office and when a lawyer of any note would not dare speak against the interest of Lie town or fellow man for the sake of dollars and cents even if he have no boys that might be damned by his influence If the Christian people will continue to pray and do thor duty there is not enough money nor silver tongued lawyers on earth to bring whiskey back The Lord is far from the wicked but he heareth the prayers of the righteous Provo 1520 I know that Whatsoever God doeth it shall be forever nothing can be put to it1nor anything taken from it and God doeth it that men may feur before him Eclea 314 Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter1Iear God and keep his commandments for this is the whole duty of man for God shall bring every work into Judgment with every secret thing whether it be good or whether it be evil Ecles 121314 Lift high the temperance banner it cannot suffer loss for God promises to be with those who do tho right and elve them more abundantly above what they think or ask Rejoice again I say rejoice And now I say unto you refrain from these men and let them alone far if this counsel or this work be of men it will como to naught j but lIlt be of God ye cannot over throw it lest haply ye be found to fight against God Acts 53839 A CHRISTIAN MOTHER A Great Newspaper The St Louis GlobeDemocrat is unquestionably one of the greatest of American newspapers It hiss corre spondents everywhere and covers every field of news foreign and domestic It is strictly Republican in politics and is above all a newspaper and ought to be in every home during the important presidential campaign of 1900 Tho price by mail daily including Sunday is 0 per yeai daily without Sunday yearweeISi per year The latter additioa ia n be semiweekly paper almost equal to the average daily at tho prio of the average weekly It not oaly given all the new but oleo a great variety of interettinc and instructive reading matter for every member of the family Write for free Ptlnt1l1gCoDr Dulls Cough Syrup Is sllll In the lead The pepleem to like Ihlf old reliable cough medicine And we dont blame them I It Ili the but remedy for a deepseated cough or cold and will effect a cure in one da- ySUCCESSFUL TERM Program of the Closing Exercises of the School at Cedar Bluff CEDAR BLUFF Feb3rd 1000 Miss Halllu Lee Weals school closed last Fri day with a delightful entertainment Fri day night There was iR large crowd present By request of tho teacher and pupils Mr Dudley Haynes made a talk in behalf of the youug people Mr Haynes is a man well known in this part of the country lie ia 03 years of age and he said in his talk that this was the firat time in his life he had made a talk at the close of a school but he had so much interest in the teacher and her pupils that he delighted in helping them He closed his talk by offering a word of prayer after which the school mug a hymn Miss West then made a very feeling talk to the trustees and to her pupilsThe program was as follows girlsOpening McCoy McUoyRecitation boysMusic Recitation Mamie Haynes RecitationEllen Dowell Recitation Amos Wood girlsMusicThe Recitation Ama West Becltatlon Uora Dowell Recitation Jannle McCoy Recitation Seth Dowell Tableau Two gals and two boys l Mosic The band Recitation Ama West McCoyRecitation Recitation Mamie Haynes boysMusIcThe Recitation Hattie West Recitation Artildo Dowell Recitation Cora Dowell accompanimentOne A closing talk by the teacher HayneeSoni be With You Till We Meet Again Miss West taught n good school and one and all regre tedto bid her adieu T WOMANS PECULIAR ILLS cure serious women a quarter a century Failure to secure proper advice should not women today for wisest counsel can be had without charge Write to Mrs Pinkham it Her address = is Lynn I 1Amongmen helped by Mrs Pinkham rand by Lydia E 30SEP11KINO I I youkindlygratitude for the wonder takingLydiapound suffered for a long falling of tho womb and those terrible bearingdown pains and seemed though my back would never stop aching also had leucorrhcea dull could sleep was weak and life was burden me doctored goodMymedicine and ant so thankful that did taken bottles of tho and box of Liver Pills and GOOD ROADS MISSIONARIES The Roads of a County Are the Measure of Its Civilization x CONGRESS HAS A BUREAU FOR TIlE WORK ore glad to see that the Louisyillo Evening Post ris above politics and partisanship long enough to publish the following article on Good Roads a subject that in of importance great interest to the general public In its efforts to develop state and make the most of our naturalresouica Next to the schools tho roads of a country are tho measure of its civiliza No country needs good roads more than the United States is not n community anywhere which could not made moro attractive as a place of residence by an improvement in Us roads and where property not be more valuable as an investment Our people have spent eo much mono paid so much attention to the building of railroads that they have len behind in the roads leading to the railroad dtationp Fortunately thorn is an evidence of an awakeuitg on the subject and the whole country is seek lug information concerning tho best methods of building the country roads It is a that interests not only the farming community but the cities be cause all roads lead to towa The United States Department of Ag riculture has a bureau devoted to the Improvement of roads and for the antis factory answers to all questions relating to them Thin report of the director Mr Roy Stone is at hand and it shows that the missionaries aro abroad The public is being educated to the material advantage to be derived from an im provement of tho roads of the country Tho ecope of the workof bureau should be enlarged and Congress can do no better work than to give to tho directors of this work all the funds needed This bureau does not build roads it simply shows the pe6ple how to build thorn It shows the best system by which tho work may bo done It how much bettor it is to have it done systematically and continuously Kentucky has been benefited in the past year by the addresses made before the commercial convention and by the work done by our own Agricultural bureau This work should go on and the Legis lature should give it earnest attention The United States Agricultural Depart ment alms to work in connection with the State Agricultural Colleges and the Experiment Stations to build there sample roads teaching tho young men how they ought to be built and showing them what is a good road In this work of education the department should not hampered Dont let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your face Keep young by keeping the blood pure and the digestive organs in a healthful condition HERBINE will do this Health is youth disease and sickness bring old age Price 50 cents On tho average it cost about 110 a yia to impart H liberal education to each stu dent American collo gee HE ills of women conspire against domestic harmony Some derangement of the generative organs is the main cause of most of the unhappiness in household I The husband cant understand these troubles Tho male physician only knows of them theoreti cally and scientifically and finds it hard to cure them But there is for them certain practical and sympatheticMrs has beencurirnr theso ills of for of excuse tho of the for Mass f Pinkhams I pressing my I time with It as headaches not a to I I I I have four 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IAM Pf AM PM 5Jl20Jl09JlMJl00Jl404611Jl46Jl12 09 8 04 Glendean 7 42 4 27 12 14 809 Oempiter 7 30 415 12 30 825 Falls of Rough 715 4 00 12 60 845SCO DempsterKockvale 6 67 3 42 12 65 6 63 SS8 100 855 Ruth 648 833 105 9 00 Aiklni 644 329 1 13 9 08 Oaks 6 16 3 21 1 21 9 15 Ar ForditOI LT 6 30 3 16 PM PM AII ru DallyTralna 43 ard 44 connect ot Irvlngton with branchTrains4 connect at Irrlngton with Main Line trains 41 41 43 and 4- 4ILYONSI I I I II TRADEMAR11 I I I LAXATIVE i SYBJlPlI I III f Injurlous scription that can be co mpounded for Ithe cure of Constipation Biliousness Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives lout all Impurities of the blood and II anyTlaxatlyeclearIfyIdrUgglstfas adults For sale by druggists t- 950C per bottle For Sal by SHORT tc HAVNES CLOVERPORT KY I I i 4an ten gar ten cat mil del- II 11 volare areliay thA the IIT ITWI IYtABI onAd I- Stal Stat the edji and nograi graiT v lean 1lastqua has tan mOl Mai Kal ola A- HilI will ulat ho the excAm read otiwI wIroi roipp1 pp1a hoUn Unsee seenor l8pc said Igi ave hot ntoan anIlli Illiye yeis isht er- an lie 1158 Itt ill I rem Wor sam judg ially knot gent men time a C A Kic our rine each ontredv edvho tsp hess roubdat datost ostW rablWa Wa1rd atp reeags hots rein Cc cut i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 a I nI CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIE ORINNELL 1 toor Gen Lawton I He was every Inch amean strong intelligent and brave to temerity but with too reckless a disre gard of consequences Had he been tempered with a dash of prudence aud caution today his country and family might not mourn him He should in deed sleep his tact sleep at Arlington j 0That terrible affair at Frankfort in volves many innocent people There are come in this world who would rather Bay and beleive an evil thing of another than to say their prayers or to believe tho Holy creed Caekoden was right 0I notice Miss Ada Drury of Brock fridge county who is a Jefferson coun y teacher was on the program at the Association last Saturday to read a paper on A Plea for Friday Afternoon Divas I Ada is a very popular Instructor 0I see the trumpet creeper is our States floral emblem selected by our State Botanist at Lexington in 1803 at the Worlds Fair He certainly select ed it because of Its luxuriant wild growth and not for its peculiar beauty Wild 1i modest violets far excel but are not fragrant 0The calendars for 1000 presented by vsdgus publishing houses show In many canes a great improvement over those of t J I last year in literary ae well as artistic qualities The tendency of the times I has made them assume quite an Importance besides their original usefnlnees as mere recorders of dates Tho Richard Mansfield Calendar and the Kipling Kalsndar are said to bo imposing works of art 0i An Australian editor of David HBrum will soon appear and the story will bo put into German It is as pop ular in England the English understand hoEs talk as in this country What the charm in the book Ic1 cannot see except its simplicity and that it is an American story of rural life A taste for reading Is the purest joy in existence nothing being necessary on our part but willingness to approach a book in the roper spirit Perhaps I lacked proper pproach to David 0Goody Goody I for Kato Sanborn in t I Y Review of Saturday Jan 27th ho comes to the defense of women as lumorlsts A writer of the Review had sorted that there wore no women hu morists or if they were humorous It waa sporadic flashes and they lapse he said into gravity or sentimentality I light hero let ma say that Thackeray a a humorist moralist and cynic Ho cave us verses full of pathos sad tender ionghts and again he would break out nto a Bidssplitting farce Bat a wo aan wellyou know the writer wasnt rilling to admit she should stand side y side with man if she was taken from Is side But back to my subject Then I read tho article declaring there here were no women humorists I be an to think of the creator of Samantha Mien Betsy Bobbett Arc A woman ties Marietta Hollar of North Adams S Y permeated those books with her vlt and fun equal to Mark Twain and Bill Nye Miss Sanborn gives a long list f women humorists and we can quote rom John Boyle OReilly who say Women have more humor than wit- r Holmes also Is authority for the same opinion and they are two excellent judges So the opposite sox and espec l tally the writer in question must ac 1 knowledge both tho qualities in the I gentler sex Shakespeare gave his wo men characters a sense of humor often times and today it is not an extinct spec es any more tban when Rosalind Jee y omen as Well as iu Are Made Miserable by i Kidney Trouble i Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis ourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I and soon disappear when the kid neys are cf or diseasedKidney trouble has become so that Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with l kid If the urin ates If the nine scalds the flesh or If when the child caches an age when It should be able to I ontrol the passage It Is yet afflicted with Jedwetting depend upon it the cause of he difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first tep should be towards the treatment of hero Important orgarls This unpleasant rouble Is due to a diseased condition of the jdneys and bladder and not to a habit as nost people suppose Women as well as men are made mls i troubleimd both same great remedy ofIi y druggists In flfty nt and one dollar You may have a I I mailI cheerfulness out order prevalent It weal neys child too often I some or iWRooL- II allabou t it including many Of the of testimonial letters received Iree sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer BInghamton N Y bo sure and this paper sica Beatrice and Portia were excellent in fooling 0My dear Miss Tula your Carry The Message Abroad hit wo sore and re minded mo tHat wo must and should take the Gospel to the heathen Even if not a member of society we can put in a mlto toucnrry the message abroad Miss Tain wields a deer con eecrated facile pen and long ma she b spared to aid in currying the message abroad I shall send my NEWS to many hero that they may read the beautiful thoughts and ideas on missionary work 0Tho Washington Statue Association wishes to prsat to Franco a statue of Washington commemorative of tin gratitude of the women of American for the aid that country rendered this In its infancy A concession from the muni cipality of Paris has been received ns to a site for said statue which will be thoroughly American as It should bp The monument will be unveiled July 3rd which is as historical as July 4th 0The keystone of Ruskins life and work was In his love for the pure the Ideal tho unworldly and his bitter bat tred of whatever appeared sordid Ba hind everything he must coo 1U soul His influence waned some when his pOD was laid down bnt it did not wholly disappear But now that he Is gone it will be revived again as surely as beauty and truth are immortal It is hard to make an accurate estimate of the intel lectual and moral dimensions a man like Ruskin His tribute to woman in Sesame and Lilies is nn Inspired Issue and there is nothing finer in all modern literature It has had a wide sale in America 0I am delighted with When Knight hood Was in Flower In splto of its Nineteenth Century slant its bad Eng fish and its lack of artistic finish for it Las powerand strength It Is not aUfin- ished poem nor an exquisitely delicate picture but It Interests one from the very beginning to the end Mary lean impulsive beautiful Princess anxious to do right and does wrong from educa tion and not from nature Brando gives her a rule for doing right and wrong we all might follow with profit Whatever makes others unhappy Is wrong whatever makes the world hap pier is good As to how we are always to do this he you or I cannot tell We have to learn that by trying and if we fall altogether there Is still virtue in even futile effort toward the right I like the authors Ideas of lovo and mar riage The book lays no claim to histor ical correctness It is a romancea real live genuine romance in which I de light 0Yes thank you Mr Dooley has ar rived and I have finished him lilts in the Irish dialect on the fada whims and fancies of the present age principally Chicagos nplodate comic side grace ful bandinRgea scintillating flushes py rotechnic display of real Irish witthan which none is brighter The Blue and Gray Tho Divided Skirt Cyrano do Bergerac Kipling Quick and the Dead Expansion are some of the leading subjects Read it o We see around us more than one mod ern Ulysses making masterful efforts to escape troubled watere but alasI they have no ships to carry them off and un like Ulysses have no wax to rill their ears Wax is a good thing and we often wish our ears could be filled like his when In a Sirens domain Ships are fine means of transportation too and we would like to have one with masts sails and rudder and a gust of wind to raft us out of dear old Kentucky until the wat ers become enchanted once more 0 England up your hands and say 1111l declare I believe MrWoodyhas converted her Now Gaston dont you come in and say How much do you believe of So clalUm 1 Hold on wait till I get through with Merrie England I have read Fabian Essays and I am still a plutoIs that the word 1 I am not one bit unhappy because there are poor people in tho worldforif I wereld have to shuffla off tho mortal coil double quick Life has its trials its pleasures its painsThe 0thing on the tapis is what land will first see the Now Century 1 Whose orbs will first behold its advent 1 The people so scientific research has proven of some islands in the Pacific ocean will bo the first to welcome the new century as Tuesday Jan 1st 1901 to them will be Monday to us about breakfast time The actual date Una varies from the theoretical one though in many places Let us not get envious now and angry with the friendly Islands for the preference shown them Dr Bulls Cough Syrup li the safest and tureit cur for those dtpgcroni affection Of the tints one croup whoopingcough and met aiel cough Phyilclaoj prescribe it colidnn like it sad doses no imU Puce sic ONLY ONE CUREf FOR SCROFULA SISI S Is the Only Remedy Equal to this Obstinate Disease torBcrofulaBomo absolutelytheItScrofuladeepsoatedbloodmany purifiers than I S equal to blood trouble never falls to cure Scrofula becauie i lis down of tho to taint tho seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating iI Tho serious consequences to which Scrofula surely loads should Impress those afflicted with it tho vital Im portanco of wasting no time upon treatment which can not wrongtreatmentRIJlndulllrswelllngaa dangerous surgical operation is necessary Abadsufferingwas I un IhegllnandIpermanentlyand Specifi- eS S S FOR THE BLOOD deepseatedbloodvarioussocalledcuredInsteadunderminestheCancerRheumatism BollsTettorplaceBookstheSwiftoeoo coeosoo ooeooao4oooooeooosieoomtsooooioi J D RICHARDSON ROBERTS i RICHARDSON ROBERTS i i Produce 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IIerWlqraddiar tajliff aai rfUhrtlir Nit a 411au MwUrI IdtulUrnu hnoitk litnlt eel boror parentwetildbo of loll rata CLOTH 9Aa last anr t r b34 u It III III writ r r lupU liMk St Oir contains fafblon tape meuareandfull suits made to order from 5OO up Sam eta Mnt the on application Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III Sun Bttkitk Co inUorooiUj rtUitlfcMitor u n uucmmtrn Ktimco i ost ills winter Miss Emma Barnes has n brother Harold who was an ensign In the United States navy His ship was stationed at Leghorn ono day the flagship entered tho harbor with tho fleet commander on board latter was very dignified and was never known to his control day the commander was In swimming young Eamcs made a friendly wager with a fellow oilcan that he would destroy his seniors equanimity In naval parlance rattle wa ger was accepted a moment after ward Eamcs was In tho water swimming toward his superior officer denly ho paused and stopping his powerful overhand stroke began tread water Then bo saluted precisely ns If bo been on a quarter deck To the young mans Intense surprise the commander returned the salute with equal gravity Mr Eames his wager Saturday Evening Post A Frightful Blunder Will olten cause n horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve tho best in tho world will kill the pain and promutly heal it Cures Sores Fever Bores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25 cents a Cure guar anteed Sold by Short Haynes Druggists The Model Bard Trite Miss Blddal a trying experience In order that the artist might get the proper set of tbo garments In water and the right atmosphere aqueous effects she to lie In a large backfilled with water which lampspacedan oven temperature by beneath One day just as the picture was nearly finished tho lamps weDs out unnoticed by tho artist who was so Intensely absorbed In his work that be thought of nothing the poor lady was kept floating In the cold wafer till she was nearly benumbed herself never complained of this but the result was that she contracted a severe cold her father an tioneer at Oxford wroto to Mlllals threatening him with an action of tro damages for bis carelessness Mlllals paid the doctors bill and Dikes dal quickly recovering none the worse for her cold bath Life of Ilk John MlUala socalled and tonics because thing morn n mrn tonic is required R H any and upon my OP I etc DOtM1 eipreis Italian proud uibir plates and The lose self Ono and him The and Sud lug bad lost Old box bad and bad else and She and sue Bid was some CREAM J VERMIFUGESUostlnQuasUly WUn1R meafes1 Uiitf BALLARD WHEWDONTp01YS 4UUIII lnnruedonshowtoorder- ten WHITES 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE A TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anrono le cilnlf a okcteb and dexrlpttnn mar irnInventiolions KtrtctlTconflilentlal UindLoukon Iatenu aelJdestopenrrforsreurtngyatenleiiatontS lre tpicial nolkf without charge In the StlI ntinC PJiUerict i1o A handsomely UlnntrAtmt weekly I Net clr cuUtlon of nnr clenaenInurnal Terms IS a rain four o nowsUcnkri YorkDrench=I CHIEFS OF THE SULUS Each line the Power of Life or Death Over Hln Subject The social system among the Moros Is much more primitive than It Is among the greater part of the other Philippine races A chief or dato con trols a district no has his own par ticular followers and his slaves Be sides these ho may command nil the men of his own district in time of war no also has tho right of lIfo and death over his subjects For Instance a tow weeks before we arrived in Jolo Data Tokanlno had occasion to execute ono of his followers The man bad been Intrusted with money belonging to tho dato The first time ho came to his chief and said Oh great and benevolent dato I have gambled away tbo moneyl For give mel Very well said the dntouSeet- hnt It does not happen again Once more the retainer came saying Oh great and benevolent dato again have I gambled away thy money and again I beg thee In thy greatmercy to forgive mel This Is the second time I have for given thee said Jokanlne but the third time I warn thee thou shalt die Yet again tho unfortunate man returned without the money ho had col lected for the date Oh dato ho cried throwing him self at the feet of his chief I have sinned again and taken thy money Mercy Mercy I Cut him down said the dato to ono of his menat arms The man offered no resistance and was cut to pieces with ono of the great knives of tho na tives Harpers Weekly A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the bravo General Burnbam of Mach las Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia before morn ing writes Mrs S H Lincoln who at tended her that fearful night but oho begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Farth er use entirely cured her This mar velour medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 60o and 100 Trial bottled free at Short Haynes drug store rI I M I I Ii Up the Chimney 2 I And down into the ash pan goes a very large part of the Coal that you try to burn because it is cheap You I I have to force your drafts and the Coal goes up the chimney t I or you poke the fire until the Coal goes into theII ash pan then you sift your ashes and try to save I I Ithing in that way but it is hard and poor paying vorki I We have no I i IJCHEAPCOAL 11 I I We have a quarter ofa century old reputation for sell I ing the best Coal in Henderson and adjoining counties t The Baskett Coalll I I has a superiority over all other Coal as to burning qualities and the small amount of ashes produced from it o I I ExcellenceI pleasing point our Coal I I All information furnished by writing to the I Pittsburgh Coal Company 1 l I IEASXETT KIT I OOE 31 1 i fMl jrjLyTi CAIN1 j jl I l I I I I I SUITSII I j 11jI I mi j50 worth 1000II ttVl1000O worth 1500 I E II tE III- I ISB I I r E OVERCOATS LESS THAN COST MENS HATSAs complete a line as any country storeiI carries Broad Crushed Brims R R Hats Ounce Hats Stiff Hats latest shapes and styles ranging in price 35 cents to 250ItJO LY CAINIRVINGTON KY i l mmm m Fashion in womans attire for the en suing apt ing will bo shown in eighty pictures in the March Ladles Home Journal Thirty pictures of the newest spring hats designed especially for the Journal will bt included in the number which covers every essential for the well dressed woman When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT will give prompt relief Price 25 and 50 cents PERFECT SCALESL- AST FOREVER WARRANTED FBEIGUT PAID COMBINATION BEAM AND BEAM BOX CHEAPEST AND BEST JONES OF BINGHAMTON BINQHAMTOt NV the fromr rood Clemcnd In Fruit Sugar stared gum dextrin pcctlne saccharlOablo cellulose organic acids and other extractive matters are together with water tho chief elements In pulp fruits The sugar is assimila ble and Is a food Fruits which con thin most of It as bananas dates and figs are true bydrocarbonatcd foods Extractive matters are also nourishing but In a less degree as they are not so digestible With those and other rare exceptions however fruits In tho opln ion of M Balland are little nutritive and cannot be considered as foods Their juices which please ns by their smell or acidity are condiments rather than foods tyr A bachelor says that widows weep not because of the loss of ahuaband but because of the lack of one AJKIRST Casineltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED 1 r r v d t tt i a U I qu t a i 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS c WENESbAV I FEBRUARY 14 1900 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Jw D 4 V 0 Babbage i Edlton tad Prop AtV CARDS OF TflAKKS ever Ire Ilea cklrgri fort titnle If 10 eeiteperlheae- EITUAEIES citrced fer at the rate efoceut crllie MOSEY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1000 IF you dont know ask KIRK keeps right along improvlni and spreading westward THE boat butter in America is made right here in BrtrcketimUe county Its a broad assertion but tis true AN income tax law after a two years trial in South Carolina has proved a failure and has been repealed A Boys nauCRoe in this town IB an upward etep along the lines of advanced civilization The women as usual are the prime movers TIlE passing of Henry Wattereon from- a once honored leader of a grand and noble party into the slums of partisan politics is a sad thing to contemplate Mae G A FOOTB of Irvlngton the nccessful breeder of fancy poultry of the highest type has an ad in this Issue relative to her work Dont overlook it RUSKIX says Would you paint a greet picture be a good man Would you carve a perfect statue be a pure man Would YOU enact a wise law bo a just man PUDLIC sentiment in Breckenrldge county is dead against the saloon This fact was clearly demonstrated the tem perance meeting held at Hardinsburg last Monday FIVE thousand saw logs came down Rough river on the freshet of last week and there are yet fifteen thousand in the woods to come Col Green says this baa been the greatest year for logs in the history of the Falls TUB late unpleasantness at Frankfor has again givers rise to the talk of mov leg the Capital from Frankfort to Louis yule That would never do The members of the Assembly would be run down and run oyer in Louisville IF the politicians at Frankfort had a little more music in their souls temper ed with a genuine Christian spirit they would dwell in peace and harmony set a good example to the rising generation and be of some service to their state and country r REV T V JOINER preached a strong sermon on Missions Sunday morning He did not take up the money side of the question but dwelt on the spirit of missionswithout which neither church nor individual can grow stronger spiritually ON account of the very material rise In the price of paper many journals are Increasing their subscription price The NEWS is a one price paper Pay your dollar for a year in advance and get the Farm Journal for four years free of charge TilE contemplated spring trip of Admiral Dewey has caused some suspicious politicians to scratch their heads dubi ously This distinguished sailor will visit cities from Georgia to Minnesota and it is a probability that he may be for a few days within our own state as the guest of the city of Louisville IN an editorial in the Baptist Argus of last week the press Is referred to as a lynxeyed llalf omnipresent combined detective coroner and undertaker The press certainly is a much maligned and abused institution Its Christian virtue of longsuffering however should entitle it to some hope of reward when the mists have rolled away GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT says If you wish to improve the political tune you have got to strive for the moral betterment of the people And this is true The sooner we in Kentucky get politics and politicians above the saloon and Its damning influence the sooner will we have peace and a prosperous state gov ernment THE politicians at Frankfort seem to have little concern about the cost of all this rumpus to the tax payers of the tate Only a few days ago there were 12000 paid to the soldiers and this is hardly beginning When we take into account that not only the soldiers are to be paid but that the time of all the state officials has been practically lost for the past month the expense for all of this will be enormous when a final settlement is reached Wx will pritt next week a letter from young Mr McGehee who Is work ing for Uncle Sam in the Philippines He likes his job and finds no fault with his employer except that he does not keep him actively enough engaged Mr McGehee claims Kentucky for his home and it bores him to sit around waiting for orders to fire he longs for a position where he can draw and fire at his own discretion Tux Elliabethtown News announces that in tho future nothing shall tempt i11 tr t to discriminate between aspirants to office until nominations have been mad by the parties Of course then it will support the Democratic nominees This putethe party above the man in every elei tlon This is the plan that has been followed by the greater number of news papers during the resent sensational campaign the disastrous results of which are now before lhn people The BRECK EXKID E NEWS unlike the Ellzabethtowi News is for tho man in preference to the party When the men in office Ret right and work together for the beet interests of their constituents then and not until then will till parties be right Lt our representatives from the front ranks of our mental and moral giants and there will be no complaint as to party from us We can then support a good Demccrat against a good Republi can TunE is nothing like Christianity supported by brawn and muscle By all means furnish the young men of Clover port with not only the means of developing their minds and enjoying the pleasure of social Intercourse but of advanc ing tho cause of muscular Christianity We hope the ladies who have in hand the matter of providing a room for the entertainment and moral and intellect ual improvement of our young men may also be successful in giving them a good start toward the formation of a irymnoMum More reliance on natures weapons and lets on knives and pistols would certainly improve the moral atmosphere not only of Ureckenridge county but of the whole State THE world is growing better every day There are now in existence more opportunities for doing good than ever before and the Christian people are falling into line nobly It is stated that since this time last year there have been rfven to the cause of missions and education by American women sixteen million dollars The good that has thus been accomplished in influencing lives for the right cannot be estimated DUSK Daughter ofday and night the stands Qpeen of the dewy Shidowlandi r A gleam of cold in her hair In her eyes Dreams ofthe starry midnight Mot The above verse Is from the pen of one of Kentuckys most talented young writers Ingram Crockett of Henderson He is a verse writer of ability and some of his poetic fancies are gems in the crown of Kentuckys literature May his dreams and fancies and reveries continue to enrich our storehouse of golden thoughts THE SITUATION AT FRANKFORT During the last few days Frankfort has assumed a quieter aspect and visions of peace by rrbltration appear to the troubled dreams of our Kentucky war riors The town is still full of reporters who dally regale their readers through out the states with dainty tidbits from our domestic wrangllngs Governor Taylor still protected by four companies of soldiers has refused to sign the declaration of peace as framed by some of his worthy advisers and is holding each day a session of the Legis lature at Frankfort All soldiers have been dismissed except four companies end right of entrance to the Capitol is given to all The Democrats are meeting daily in the courthouse at Louisville where on Monday they passed a bill authorizing the expenditure of 100000 for the de tection of the murderer of Wm Goebel A conference of Democratic leaders was held yesterday to prepare a petition to be filed in Judge Cantrills court at Georgetown to secure for J 0 W Beck ham all thIS privileges of Governor The injunction against the State Con test Board of Kentucky brought by the Republican incumbents of the minor state offices before Judge Taft of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals will be decided today This is a ques tion of the jurisdiction of the Federal Court in the case Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wethe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firmWest Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 i Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best CARD OF THANKS We take this means of thanking our friends and neighbors for their consider ation and kindness to us in the recent lose of our mother Mrs Worden P Graham The Family DeWitts Little Early Risers purify the blood clean the liver Invigorate the system Famous liver pills for consti patlon and liver troublesA R Fisher HARDINSBURG + A few tumblers yet on hand at lOc iI- set Eclipse Mens pants going at 100 to clean uJ stockEclipses Mr Anderson the poultry man ha gotten back to Hardinsbnrg Mrs W J Piggott of Irvington camE down last Friday and spent a few days The walk leading from Henry Hooks corner to the depot needs repairing vet badlyMisses Fannie and Emily McAteer of Louisville are visiting Mrs R N MillerR Miller returned last Friday from Frankfort He came down to attend cir cult court Judge Mercer Gus Brown and Chris Ahl went to Frankfort last Thursday ttc attend the funeral of Gov Goebel Shippers of tobacco mark your hogs head Stone House Louisville cniNTZ ROYALTY agent Rev Mr Harrold the Baptist minis ter has rented property and will move hero from his farm on Rough creek Aunt Katie Pate whohas been a res ident of Hardinsburg for rainy years died rather unexpectedly last Sunday night Mr Milton G Butler and Miss Benn Roberta were married in the Methodist church at West View laEt Thursday Rev F M Petty officiating The protracted meeting announced for the M E Church South some time ago will begin next Sunday Rev Mr Crowe an evangelist of some note will conduct it Mr Harrison will extend the Ohio Valley Telephone to Harned as soon as the weather will permit Earl Moor man has furnished him about forty posts for the purpose Mr Tom Beard and his bride arrived from Preston last Thursday evening They were given a reception at his fathers residence at night at which only a few special friends wero invited During the illness of Sheriff Burton the duties of his office have fallen upon A McMeador his deputy MrMcMeadoi is there all the time ready to attend to any business that may come up Mr Burtons mother has been nursing him during his illness at the Harris ho tel He sent for her as soon as he became ill and she has been with him all the time She is now Mrs Smith and lives near Balltown Mr Burton visit her regularly when he is well M L Conrad from Jeffersonville Ky was here last week hunting fora stock farm Mr Conrad wants to buy He went out to Harned to look at Hen Harneds farm Friday Mr Harned con templates moving to Oklahoma in the near future and wishes to sell his farm which lies close to the station Breckenridge county sent only a few patriots to attend the funeral of Gov Goebel Hardinsburg had the honor of furnishing a few of these and Glen deane came in next There are some warm Democrats of the 16 to 1 set around Glendeane Hardlnsbure is not so en thusiastic as she might be The party will first need reorganization and some good working material in the lead The Kings Daughters will give a Colonial Tea on Friday evening Feb 16th at the Commercial Hotel Hardins burg from 8 to 11 oclock MENU Sandwiches Ham and Turkey Salad and Pickles Cake Ice Cream and Sherbet Coffee Admission and Supper 2octs- Children Meta Everyone cordially invited The Kings Daughters will give a Martha Washington tea at the Com mercial hotel next Friday night The affair will be under the immediate di rection of the young society folks of the town and will be something very ele gant in all of its appointments A fee of 25c will be charged at the door which will be the sole charge The proceeds- aru for the benefit of the parsonage Doors will be open at 730 oclock Besides the refreshments which will be substantial and appetizing there will be music recitations et- cNORTONS VALLEY Success to the NEWS Mr Jesse Hook attended church at this place Sunday night Miss Nettle Hook was the guest of Mrs Bill Norton last Monday Mr Mart Norton has sold his saw mill to his eon in law Mr Dave Sutton Rev Bozarth preached at this place Sunday night There was quite a crowd out to hear him Mr Henry Board was out at Mr Clint Nortons lostt week doing some dental work for Mrs Norton Old Mrs Yates has been very ill at the home of her son John Yates but is much Improved at this writing Mr Samuel Kinnerson and his notes Misi Oillar of Hudsonville hays been visiting friends and relatives near here Mr and Mrs Clint Arms and little son were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Norton last Saturday night and SundayMr Baaham closed his school at this place last Friday with a nice treat and a large crowd present Mr Baaham taught a good school and we regrett his absence Ii Ugs On If it was only health we might let It cling But it Is a cough One cold no sooner passes off before another comes But Its the same old cough all the time And its the samel old story too There Is first the cold then the cough then pneu monia or consumption with the long sickness and life trembling in the balance AVers cherry pectoral yourcoughThe and lungs is removed i all in flammation is subdued the parts are put perfectly at rest and the cough drops away It has no diseased tissues on which to bang Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster draws out Inflammation of the lungs AdvIooFroe Remember we tiara a VtdkalDepart incur KyouhaTcanycommalntwhat eter and detlre the best medical ethicI tbdoctori a prompt rel I dr jsjasfsiViAT Lowell Peat STEPHENSPORTI Mrs W T Livers Is improving W 0 Blain of Pateville is in town The white and the colored schools here closed Friday Miss Maude Brinsleya school at Hazel Dellclosed last Friday- R A Smith spent Sunday with his mother in Hardinsturg areryBro Z Ferrell filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Dr Wm BouUlnuhouse Addison was among his friends Here Saturday Mr E P Moseley ia confined to his bed with a complication of troubles Harlan Morgan has been visiting In and around Paynesville for ten days Mr Johnson Stiles and little son DUB ton spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs Wright in Haweaville Miss Dee Basham of Lodlburjr has just closed a successful school at Roberts and will open a spring term hero March 6thLittle Lucile Cunningham of Hardins burg spent a few hours with us Satur day on her way to Chenault to visit her grandmother Mrs J Cunningham Rev Driakell of Henderson has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at this place He will arrive Wednesday and conduct services each night over Sunday Mr Sam Payne and family removed to Irvington Saturday Mr Payno has been identified with the business interests of our town for more than twenty years being a member of the wellknown firm of Payno Bros Of tho good wife andItwo little daughters we cannot speak too highly the former having been the friend of our youth and has over been found worthy of a sincere friendship We commend them to the good people of their future home All halt to the Sheldon Christian Daily We are sending our 25 cents to day for the weeks issue the price of which by the way la cheap and in line with this great mans ideas as set forth in his wonderful book which is father to the present undertaking Considering the heavy expense necessary to handle this enormous business such as entering names of new subscribers for so short a period cost of separate wrapping and mailing to say nothing of the additional clerical force The price is reasonable Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt sasI Our baby was covered with running sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter tellsA R Fisher J TO BUILD A BRIDGE JO MatUngly and Waller WilsonJJ have a contract to bqild a bridge acr088jj the headwaters of Rock Lick near J T F Owens First Time For 35 Yearcc Mr Den Harrison probably one of J Meade countyalargest handlers of lop 1 was in town Monday and called at the Nxws office He had not been in Olo verport for thirtyfive years IRVINGTON Edwin and Lewis Jolly are attending school atBewloyville Mrs W G Piggott and children are visiting in Hardinsburg Mrs Rube Miller stopped off on hei way home from Frankfort- A good livery stable for rent or sale Apply to McGlotblan Bros Mrs Bob Cridera mother has return ed to her home at Glendeane Dick Hardaway is the only man iin town too busy to talk politics She who builds a wall around herselff shuts more out than she shuts in Mrs Cunningham continues her pleasant stay with Sheriff Gardner and family Senator Jolly makes a home run frequently to see how business Is at Jolly Cains The clever and genial drummer John T Ditto was here calling on friends SaturdayIf want to eee W E Brown smile ask him what hell take for his deal in real estate Mrs Ben Weaver and son of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Bate WashingtonBate and family have moved into their new twostory house on South Maple street Jesse Keys has purchased a half stock in the grocery business of R P Higgins Success to you Mr Keys Mr and Mrs Chamberlain ate install ed in their new home On the hill We welcome them into our midste If you want to ego something pretty look at Lon BlahofFs chicken yard and poultry netting bought of McGlothlan Pigott Paul E Frost has sold his farm and purchased a lot in Woodland and will erect a neat little cottage just as soon as contractor Bramlett can give him the time to arrange a plan The Rev Junius Lewis went to Louisville Monday to see a specialist as his health has not been good all winter The physician gaye him words of en couragement which his many friends will be glad to hear Mr and Mrs John Berry of Clarks yule Tenn arrived Thursday evening from Louisville where Mr Berry has been in attendance upon the Tailors National Convention Mr Berry re turns to his home Monday His charm ing wife nee Miss Charlotte Herndon will remain some time visiting friends and relatives McGlotblan do Piggott seem to be the busiest men in town putting in a full line of that famous antirust tinware guaranteed also a line of beautiful delf ware that la the priae of the housekeeper Come and see the display ladies it will pay you One lady said it was too pretty to go into the kitchen so she deposited most of her articles on the sideboardThe of Kentucky may boast of her brave men but Irvington can say she has the bravest end most energetic women In the land They have all through this winter wheatherbrav ed the elements to fill the appoint Vent with the Literary Circle which has grown so dear to them within the past five years It is my pleasure to know and have a chat with some of the ladies and to enjoy their books and magazine from which I shall be happy to copy the following Where ever there Is a B V Circle it perpetua tes and preaches the gospel of cul ture There is need enough just now for such a gospel to be proclaimed up and down the land No time for study Is the complaint The stress of material occupation has absorbed the time for culture of elegant tasks Etch one of us can check this growing change in modern lite both by sentiment and by resolutely setting aside a portion of the days avocation for intellectual and spiritual culture Bachelor KIRK We aro having some rainy weather this week Misa Lena McGary is clerking for Pete Sheran Bros Heber Roberts closed his school last Friday with a large attendance Joe Potts went to Louisville last Tues day to purchase a span of horses Mr and Mrs Jim Harper visited their uncle Mr Alec Harper last Sunday Miss Nettle Brown spent last week with her brother Mr Everett Lewis Miss Fannie Bland of McQuady Is the guest of Mollio and Nannle Bland this week Con and Joe Bland returned to their nome last Sunday after the long illness of their father There were four publications at St Marys church last Sunday Marrying losnt gone out of style here yet Jim Mattingly and Andy Hobin sold a lot of hogs to Vie Robertson last week at four and a quarter cents The demand for hogs Is good now We are sorry to report that Mr Sam Bland who has been a sufferer from cancer for several years passed away Feb 3rd He left a large family to mourn his loss Owen May foreman on the Hender son route ia quite sick PELLVILLE t Adam Hawea has bought 120000 Ibs of trash tobacco Miss Jennie Patterson Is trying to get a spring school here Frank Leibovitz the trading man from Lewisport was hefe on business last week f Miss Dollie Jett who has been teach ing at Rled in Dayiess county the last five months returned home last week W F Drury went to Hardin county last week to visit his daughter who has typhoid fever at Bethlehem Academy Mort Mosely went above Patesville last Friday week and cried Thomas Youngs sale He says everything sold high notwithstanding the terms were cashThe school closed here with n splendid exhibition Prof F M 0 Jolly and Miss Ida Simpson will long be remembered oil account of the fine school they taught here The people here were all sorry to hear of Goebels assassination but a great many contend that his being the author of the Goebel law was indirectly the cause of hIs own downfall Democrats and Republicans in the rural districts should be careful not to fall out oyer what has gone on at Frankfort Let us remember that each and every man has a perfect right to an opinion but he should be careful not to express it in such a way as to hurt his neighbors feelings Let every man show the same respect to other mens feelings as he wishes shown his and all will come out right in the end An Editors Life Saved By Chamber lains Cough Remedy During the early part of October 1801 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lunge and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipient state I was constantly cough ing and trying to expel something which I could not I became alarmed and af ter giving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy and the result was immediate im provement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy state B S EDWARDS Publisher of The Review Wyant III For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport HOLT A J Gross left for Louisville Satur dayL D Addison went to Hardinsbnrg Saturday Spring school opened Monday with Miss Pearl Fella as teacher Fred Dutschke has a position as foreman on a farm near Irvington Mr J G Stephens who has been ill for several weeks is improving Baptist church was held by Rev Fer rei Sunday and was well attended Miss Katie Coons has returned from Indianapolis and Louisville where she has been visiting relatives and friends Consumption Threatened 0 Unger 212 Maple St Champaign 111 writes I was troubled with a hack- Ing cough for a year and I thought I had the consumption I tried a great many remedies and was under the care of phy sicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled since Moorman Owe- nMcQUADY Success to the NEWS Wheat is not looking so well now Farmers are preparing for a large tobacco crop again- B H Wilson our constable went to Cloverport Friday Miss Settle Webb who has been ill for some time is improving J B Jackson was the guest of his mother and brother Tuesday night Owen Elmore and brother Silas went to Hardinsbnrg Thursday on business Miss Jessie Seaton was visiting Mrs Sarah Elmoro and other relatives last weekMrs Ellen Bates and children were visiting her old home and relatives last weekMessrs Clark Owen and S M Jack son and Miss Vannah Overton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Overton FridayMisses Maggie and Alice Beavin Sa rah Newby and Josle Hinton were the guests off Misses Vannah Overton Pearl and Lelia Jackson one day last week I hope some one else will now take up the correspondence horn this place and give more of the news than I have been giving You will hear from me elsewhereSeveral attended the closing exercises of Miaa Vannah Overtons school In die spelJlngiall enjoyed the nice treat The patrons and children are pleased with Miss Over tons teaching and hope she will be with them another year Has Pneumonia- Mr Doc Hawkins la quite ill of pneu monia at his homo near Mattingly Mr Hawkins la in hla 72ad year GLENDEANE Dunk Powell was in Ford Sun day Miss Amanda Deane returned Saturday from a visit to Louisville Mrs Bailey of Irvington visited Mrs Dr Dempster Sunday Bob Crider and his two children were visiting hereSunday jfr Bill Vesseli of Owensboro bas 3foa here for several days Mrs Speaks widow of Irvine Speaks died near here Thursday night Bill Bozarth has bought property in town and will hereafter make his home hereDr J W Meador and wife of Trisler will start to the Holy Land in about two weeksVic and Willie Robertson will be in Cwensboro on business nearly all this week Granville one of the good citizens of West View was in town Saturday to see sonTwo or three building enterprises on foot Will give fuller reports as soon as contracts are let The Rev Moore pastor of Harding burg Baptist church visited here Satur day and Sunday Harry Moorman and Heber Wellborn keep a flag flying all the time Hurrah for the patriotic boys I Mrs Sue Mercer and son Hunts have returned after a visit of six weeks at Mc Daniels and others places Joe Mattingly has secured the con tract for building a bridge across Black Lick about 4 miles from Jolly StatloA Miss Jennie Green and Mr Hendfer son of Falls of Rough were Sunday af ternoon visitors to Glendeane friends- D 0 W Of W R and Jesse Moor man Col Eli Deane L H Dewees Dr Dempster Dick Owen Rod Mattingly and Bob Robertson were in Frankfort last week to attend the funeral exercises of Goy Goebel Sidney Owen like the teacher he is was much interested in his two pupils who took the graduation examination at Hardinsbnrg recently He has received word that they both passed well Mar shall Norton and Virgil Roberta ought to be proud that they had Mr Owen to encourage them to the undertaking Eddie Moorman and Sidney Owen two of Breckenridgea livllest and best teach ers are back at Utopia Both are con cluding to take a college course Their work this spring will bo preparatory to entering a first class college some time next school year I am not a Republican have never been will never be I say this because some have misjudged me on account of my apparent leniency toward that party and its candidates I have felt that my work as correspondent did not call for my political opinions or for criticisms of other parties Ive tried to gather news plVthlnp t people of their visitors and of all men irrespective of party or other affiliations I think that this is both sensible and Ohristianlike and I wish all people from the least known Christian to the highest church dignitary would look for pleasant things instead of uttering the harsh Many of my best friends are Re sCArceylovedI was ashamed of that rump legislature and Its party driven members indignant at Taylor and his active supporters and stricken with grief at Kentuckys loss of a great man But why talk or abuse Nor shall I go into abusing now Or here after Such Is not my desire and if my work as correspondent called for it Id lay down my pen Be men whatever they may Ill speak well of them or bite my lips and stand silent as Ive done hundreds of times in the past Once for all never call me Republican1 Let me ever be known as a peaceable follower of the great honored martyred Godbel and never a supporter of the cowardly lawdefying desperate Taylor i Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will cure threat and lung trouble without ran For grippe Indaea ra and a deep seated cough or cold It U the beat remedy offered bib public The doaei are small and a bottle costs only a5 cents LONG BRANCH Sim Dooley bought 60 head of hogs to feed for spring The mud is very deep and the people are crying for bettor roads Mary 0 Ditto yisited Master David Ditto Saturday and Sunday J D Babbape Jr was the gueet of David Jackson Ditto last week Wm Baskett sold three mules tolmule buyer in Brandenburg Friday Miss Addle U Ditto Louisville has been visiting her brothers Abe andWill DittoMiss Salllo Baskett was in Webster neighborhood attending a wedding laet weekWheat Ia looking fine BO far and if there bo no other draw backs the far men will reap what they sowed A Place for everything and everythini in Us place The place for Dr Be11 yorhandseized with an attack of Collie Obolitwh Diarrhoea Rheumatism or NmwlileV It It Instant relief SoldevetwlwN 4 4 1 I r Vr k Ir It t t 1 i t tt j1 1h 11- i I t 1t 1i t r r i i I yyisf Hf l N s A X jV 1 i + 1tO r r- r V r 7 j 1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 5 111 p tJ t 1 1- ii 1 tf1l R ni J J JIj f l t IJ J I i J I I I 1 fI i he i t 1Pt Jt fLe Ji J JIi l r t t tK f- P 4 f t V f r 1 ii s lifi J r 1 I ilJ k ih Jf 1 a- S J t I 1 Periect Health Keep the system in perfect or Ii der by the occasional use oft Tutts Liver Pills They reg ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body For sick headache malaria biliousness constipation and kin ged diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PILLS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1000 PPPPPP tII V 2- I t I Ii The News in Brief 444444 44444 4444U Valentines at SulzsrV MISH Mary Oglesby is ill Buy your shoes at Sulzere Notions of all kinds at Sulrers John Burks went to Louisville Sun dayFancy and comic valentineB at Sul zeru Father Brey was in Owennboro last week Ohatles Fallon has been sick for several days New ginghams await your inspection at BnlzsrV shFor cnlckens and eggs at Miller Bros Go Mack Payne of Owensboro was in the city Sunday Circuit court convened at Hardins burg Monday Mayor Jno A Barry spent Monday at Hawesvllle 10000 chickens wanted for cash at Miller Bros Co Mrs Mike Popham who has been sick is Improving WantedHens at 6 cents per pound at Miller Bros Co The prettiest line of hats and caps can be seen at Sulzers- Jlr Roland Smith of Stephensport was In the city Saturday Mr Robert Malin of Owensboro was a visitor to the city Sunday Russell Williams who has been sick Is now able to be out on the street Farmers Take your chickens and eggs to Miller Bros Co and get cash Mrs L V Chapin county spent San day with her sister Miss Maggie Tlnlns Mrs Elizabeth Patrick is visiting her daughter MrsTJlrlcn Farber this week Mr Robert Green the drug salesman from Elizabethtown was in town Mon bayI Lilllard went to Hardlnsburg Monday It was his first visit In ten years The Harness Mender Sulzer has is it trick worth its weight in gold Ask to see it Miss Llllie Scott one of Hardinsbnrga attractive young women was In town FridayJames T Skillman spent Saturday at Holt the guest of Mr and Mrs James G StephensMiss Allieno Murray has returned from a visit to Mrs Morris Beard at Hardinsburg Miss Margaret Sklllman is improving rapidly Shells now able to sit up part off each day- Matthias Miller one of this countys leading stock and farm buyers was in town Sunday John T Ditto representing Kahn Fellhelmer Co of Cincinnati was in the city Thursday ftMiaa Lucille Sterett of Haweuville is Brpected tomorrow to visit her cousins the Misses Bowmer Farmers ask Sulzer to show you the newest Harness Mender out Just the thing tosave money Miss Amanda Dean was at Irvlngton Saturday enroute to her home at Glen deane from Louisville Miss Lillian Rhodes one of Branden burgs fairest daughters Is visiting Miss Alice Mattingly of this city Mrs D R Murray attended the Goo bel funeral at Frankfort Thursday She remained several days to visit relatives Mr E H Briedenbach came up from Owensboro Sunday evening He was the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles May Sr Mr and Mrs W L Hall and sister Miss Elizabeth Hall of Webster attend ed the Goebel funeral at Frankfort Thursday Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell and4 Mrs 0 W Moorman and son Charles of this tity attended the funeral of Mrs Board M Hardliuburg Friday The following young men of Hardins Vow were in town Sunday Amos dETGuthrle Leslie Ford E- dl and Sherman Baker Mrs Helen Daniel wife of Captain V Wilson ttDaniell of Troy Ind died at Jwr home 6eUurd yFeby 3rd She was 1 her seventyfifth year and welj known la this county She was buried TUM iijV Feby 8th ila the Troy cemetery u n MADE A BARGAIN Bought a House and Thirty Acres of Ground for 1650 HAKDINBODBO Ky FIB HSpeclal 8 A Pate made a purchase last week of the Huckeby property in the east end This Is one of the most desirable locations in town and has about thirty acres of ground attached to it Mr Pate bought the whole cf it for 1030 and regards it as a bargain Hu expects to make some Improvements before moving in and will set the work to going at once August Flower- It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the woild for the loot teri years I have met more people having used Green August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and salesmen or for persons filling office position where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the system by frequent use and is ex cellent for sour stomachs and indiges tion Sample bottles free at A R Fishers Sold by dealers in all civilized coun tries A Curious Fact It is a curious fact that red haired people are far less apt to go bald than those with other colored hair The average crop on the head of ared haired person Is only 29200 hairs Ordinary dark hair is fir finer andover three dark hairs take up the space of one red one 105000 is about the average But fairhraed people are still better off 104000 to 100000 is quite a common num ber on scalpofafairmanorwoman- Acurlouscalculationhas been made to the effect tint the hairs on the head of fairhaired personsif they could be plaited would sustain a weIghtnfsmAthlng like eighty tons equaling tha of 500 people It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough by the use of Gnu Minute Cough Cure This remely quickly pules all forms of throat and lung troubles harmless and plensantjto take It prevent consump tion A famous specific for grippe and its alter efIeclsA R Fisher Good Prospects to Hear the Whistle Again Theta are three brick plants lying idle in this town The quantity of brick that will be used this coming spring in this city and the demand for It else where should be an inducement of Itself for one of them to start the machinery to rolling It is whis pered that the Patton Vitrified Brick plant will start this spring The ma chinery and brick kilns are undergoing repairs and it is from these conditions we take for granted that the whistles of at least one industry may be heard again I think I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Her minie Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have gotten holdof One application relieves the pain For salo by A R Fisher Clo verport R A Shellman Stephensport Must Have the News Pony THOMAS KY Feb 4th MR JOHN BAnDAGE DUll SznL am enrolled with Company E second infantry first squad stationed at Fort Thomas I want you to send me the NEWS for six months I think it will help me a ereatdeal Please send me the last three copies also I cannot get along without the NEWS Yours truly P M BATES The News a Good Salesman IBVINQTON KT Feb 12th 1900Mn JOHN D BABDAQE DEAB Sin I send you check for 500 to be applied as a credit on my advertisement of Swine in your paper The BBEUKENRIDOK NEws is a good salesman We are getting or ders and inquiries all the time Farmers are beginning to realize that It Is the sav ing of feed to Improve their swine Thanking you for your kindness we are Very Respectfully G A FOOTS SON Mr J Sheer Sedalla 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 onesA R Fisher Reading Room at Hawesvllle The reading room for the young men which has been established at Hawes vllle is doing much good A piano has been provided and all innocent amuse ments and diversions are encouraged On Friday nlghta the young ladies are invited to be present which adds ma terially to the popularity of the enterprise Are you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses of HERBINE It will infuse new energy new life Into the exhausted nerves the over worked brain or muscular system and put a new face on lIfe and business Fnee 50 eta t DIED OF MENINGITIS Jas Slpes of Lewlsport Expires After a Short Illness Jas Sipes died Sunday morning at his home about a mile below Luwisport of meningitis Ho was sick only a few days Only a week before his father died of pneumonia Young Slpes was about twenty years old and an Indus trious young farmer aud was weli known and highly respected This is the only kqown case of meningitis that lass oc curred in that vlcinltv Owensboro Messenger I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Dyspep ala Cure That cured mn It digests what you eat Cures indirection sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spopriaA R Fisher Shells From the Phlllpines Mrs Jlollla Johnson has received a Iletter from her son Walter EsteB who is in the Phlliplne Islands four hundred miles from Manila He is Sergeant of his Company is well but longs for his old Kentucky home aud sendj love to all of his old friend Ho sent his mother some shells from the Philippines Incipient consumption is cured with DrBells PineTarHoney Inflammation is allayed nUll the clojrginir ol the lungs at once stopped When this is accomplished the road to health is a straight one Get a bottle today Happy Over the Event Mr James T Skillman was the recip lent of numerous congratulations from his friends Sunday A fine bouncing boy has arrived at his bouse and he wears an expression whick makes him look twentyfive years younger Both mother and child are getting along nicely A Merchant From Tar Fork MAGAN Ky Ftb 2nd 1000 FRIEND JOHN Find fint tid check for 200 which will put me one year ahead of you Wo are nil glad to get the old NEWS We see something in it every week from home which is quite a pleas Ute to all of UP Yours respectfullyJ Agouti on euUry of 1500 per week and expense thl xreatest agnt nailer eyer produced tvtry ftock anti poultry raiser buys It on sight Hustlers wanted IfalureiJiv Address with stamp America MIg Co Terre Haute Ind Pays 3as for a Pair of Mules Mr H Overetrcet who operates a large farm in Daviesa county was in town Saturday He purchased of Mr 0 0 Leaf of Tobinsbort ltd a pair of fine youg mules for which he paid the handsome price of 325 A McQuady Salesman W L Frank of MtQmdv who is traveling salesman for the Piano Manu facturing company of Chicago was a vie itor to the town Friday Mr Frank is selling Harvesting and nil other kinds of farming machinery rn IH- IsBobg I TooThhi If so there must be trouble with its food someII babies are plump only sick are thin Are you sure 1 = the food is all right 1 dren cant help but ChiII they must grow if their food nourishes them Perhaps a 1 mistake was made in the past and as a result the di I gestion is weakened If that j is so dont give the baby I a lot of medicine just use iiyourI everyday and help common nature a little and the way to do teaspoonful ofSCOTTS EMULSION to the babys food three or four times a day The gain will begin the very first day you give it It seems to correct the digestion and gets the baby started right again If the baby is nurs ing but does not thrive then the mother should take the emulsion It will have a good effect both upon the mother and child Twenty five years proves this fact I sac tad fcoo ill drenliti I SCOTT c BOVINE mIats New Y- orkIitIftIi84slUSIg lass fleeting A nines meeting was held at Hardins burg last Monday to adopt resolutions on the aasnsBlnatlou of Goebel There was a fairly representativenudience present The Hon D B Murray called the meeting to order and nominated Judge T K McBeath for chairman who was unanimously elected Henry Matthews was chosen secretary Judge MoBeatli on taking the chair said liThe object of this meeting has been stated and I regard it as unnecessary for the Chair to indulge in any expressions of condemnation of the cowardly and brutal assassination of one of Kentuckys most distinguished citizens Gov Wm Goebel I Assassination cannot in any case be defended from any standpoint either in law or morals In the murder of Gov Goebel a great wrong has been done not only to him and his family but to the great common people whom he loved and wnom ho has so ably aud faithfully served The following committee on resolu tions was appointed by the Chair Hon D R Murray Gen A J Oroes Rey F M Petty Brown Helm and J T F Owen who retired to the jury room and reported the following resolutions which were adoptedRESOLUTIONS WmGoebellThereforecountytnwith the deepest grief at his death and greater horror for the manner of It our condemnation and de thcfataltestation of those who by overt act by their coun eel or by their conduct aided In his assassination and conspired with his asstssln whointo surround those occupylog official places whh armed men and desperadoes we condemn those who would turn the State olKentucky Into a mlh offorcelandThirdWebyeveryeoconlplratorsatorsFourthWe obeythemon people martyredhero iratcommononlyshieldI They then reported favorably the reso lutions offered by Wm E Minor and and it wan adopted theLouisvilletheChrlslanGoyOoebei1see him hanged mislitertheteachlngoftho amenelynopemay be fixed and that no such words were uttered It was moved and seconded that H copy of the resolutions be sent to the Courier Journal Louisvlllo Times and BBXCKKN theybedirected toBend a copy to the family of Hon Wm Goebel deceased The meeting then adjourned GRAND JURY juryforDruryForemanConrad Taylor Norris John A Hook Thos Blain A L Howard John B Severs Ellis Cannon Charles Oelzo and Ezra Tucker Jr Will Manage Webster Farm Fred Dutachke who has had charge ofI his fathers farm at Holt for some months has been made manager of Dr Dugans farm near Webster Mr Dutschke Sr has moved to Holt where he will in future look after his own in tereata A Young Reporter William Bowmer Burks of this place is one of the many contributors to the Boyo and Girls page in the Saturday Evening Post He is now wearing a reporters button which is a badge to show that he is a member of the Boys and Girls Evening Post Club J B Clark Peoria 111 says Surgeons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve It is infallible for plies and skin disease Beware of counter feitsA R Fisher Making a Success Dr Milton Board one of Breckenridge countys leading physicians passed through here Friday on his way from Fateavllie to his home ot Hardinsburg Dr Board is one of the Toungphyeiciana of this county and is making a success of his profession A Regular Subscriber MCQUADY KY Feb 21900Mn BIB DAna Enclosed you will find 100 for one years subscription to your paper The NEWS Is much appreciated in our home and I shall remain a subscriber Respectfully JUNK McQuny Representing Ills Company John Bates of the Bates Milling Corn pany at McQuady was herO one day last week In the Interest of his business His Is a good companyand they are turning out a large quantity of excellent flour Tried Five Doctors Mrs Prances L Sales of Missouri Val ley la writes I had severe kidney trouble for years had tried five doctors without benefit but three bottles of Fo leye Kidney Cure cured meMoor man A Owen MAY PROVE SERIOUS Mrs Thcmas Satterfield who baa been in feeble health rll winter bad a fall last week which threatens to prove serious There Is probably no disease or con dition of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than pile TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures them quickly without pain or detention from business Price 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents A Sad Death Mrs George WIlson died at her homo on the hill Tuesday Feb 6th of inter mittent fever She was the wife of ex pressman George Wilson and the mother of six little children all of whom sur vive her- Chapped hands cracked Ups and roughness of the skin cured quickly bv Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world Moorman Owen 1 WANTSLWAlWPAIWIW Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SLEIOTATOES TTlOll SALE 300 bushel Peerleii Eating Io JU tatoei it 55 eentt MARTIN HIlANKTo biniport IndFOR SALEUE01STEKED CATTLE 7OK SALE Some lire KeKlstered Polled Dur STIT1I1itlizabethtown FOR RESTSTOKE BOOMS VOR 11ENT Store rooms In the Ilowmtr build Ij Ing Alto rooms on second floor In tame IldlncAppiy to W 1 II Bowmer Felt SALE 17OU SALEA pair ol Goati Nannie imd Ij pairwFOR SALEWAGON EoIt SALK One twohorse threeinch Old I Hickory Wagon good as nrw cheapM H- llEAICD HarllrsburgKy FOR SALEJACKS s LFI have two handsome black tatktPOIl tale both leady for service Will ufl reasonable Lath or good note Come and tee or addrtsi J G STEPHENS Addison Ky FOR SALE rillllJ Austin llearla honitsiead containing b8 J acres a houses barn orchard and some tim ber Alto oiiehall Interest In the store house oc cupled by Mr Haiwell fCloverportFI J C MATTINGLY tf AdmInIstrator LEGAL BLANKS TlOlt SALK Blank Ieed and Mortgages and J All Forms of Legal Blanks BllKCKEN lUDGE NEWS OFFICE TUITION LOit SALE Certihcate in Bryant btratton L Business College Louisville KT Apply to- h1tECKENI4IDGICIEWS OFFICE NOTICE Local Option Election LEGAL VOTERS OF THE COR TilE limits of the town of Irving ton in the Fourth Magisterial District of Breckenridge county Ky are hereby notified that a poll will be opened at Ir vlrigton on the 28th day of February 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vole at an election for county officers upon the SflrltuousvlnOUDbartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this law aud prohibition shall apply to druggists in said town This 10th day of February 1000 V B BUUTON S B 0 By A MoMiADOR D S Kentucky Breckenndge County Court Regular Term January 22 1900 0 0 Smith and othersOn Petition TT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAO JL tion of the Court that the petition of 0 0 Smith and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the Breckenriuge County Court and filed in this Court on the 25th day of December 1899 request- Ing that an election be held in the cor IrvingtonBreckenridge 28th of February 1000 to take the sensedarthe legal vcteriof said town who are qualified to votb at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town of Irvington and also whuther or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to drug gists In said town was signed by more than 25 tWllntytlve per tent of the legal voters of said town cast at the last preceding election held in said town It is now ordered by the Court that the reo quest of said petitioners be granted and that an election bll held on said 28th day of February 1000 in said town to take the sense ol the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold barteredbor loaned In said town and or not the provisions of this law and prohibi tion shall apply to druggists In said townAnd it is further ordered that the shuriQ of Breckenridge county open a poll in said town on the said 28th day of February 1000 for the purpose of taking the souse of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this llaw and prohibition shall apply to druggists In said town and said sheriff is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and the officers of election appointed by the election commissioners of Breckenridgo county to serve at the November election 1800 shall serve as officers of said election and the sherifi shall so notify them and this cause Is continued A copy AUeat OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk A12 BATH CABINET FOR ONLY5 OUR NEW 1902 STYLE FAMOUS SQUARE QUAKER FOLDING TURKISH i SAVES ITS COST A HUNDRED TIMES A YEAR Cure Can Marvelous John days Texas BATH CABINET Instant when received upno bother WARRANTED THE ATAXY PKICEOR YOfB MONEY littler StrongerIDurable vtnltnt IlinJtomf rrlte makIng Genuine Ihyilclansand 1000000 Happy UsersI Recommend thelareltm Cabinets Worlddiujoooco Slowing Our Cabinet Appears i i I ThereirsDOORMan Woman Child in the World wham kish iand Vapor Baths will Not Benefit ClearSkinI PreII BodilyII StronleNervesI I lIeallhvnodltlI VigorI makes you sleep sound and repose I lul I I Will Benefit or Every I Ailment No DiseaseI I Resist ItsI Power C1IEEKFCLLY NECESSITY atTillhealthRiving Endorsed fly Physicians Congressman eminent MIllerI CaptSIbooLily the woridrenownedIIra hank Chase Intelligent enlightened peopleIGuaranteed Construction represented cheerfully For sale by SULZER Agent rya1jI M immm 1jIi1jI mhi 1i- irl I The Cream of the SeasonII I Always the Lead with it I Seasonable Goods IFine Mackerel Sweet Potatoes Carrots iParsnips Cabbage Celery Lettuce Kale Tripe o- flloillzs CATSUPS and PICKLESS IComplete assortment Fancy and IIStaple Groceries Read and IISIPPEL I1 mmmmw 1 PURE HOME 3fl NORTH- ERNIrishPotatoes THESE ARE GENUINE STOCK Warranted bo Burkces Early earlier any potatoo Buggies Wagons and Farm Imple ments Plows Fertilizers Dressed Lum ShinglesLuue SADDLES AND HARNESS IR S BANDYIrVi- ngton Ky LONDON P Haswell Jr our county rep resentative was not able to be present at the meeting of the Legislature at Frankfort Monday He been ill at London for several 01110 Tousey at Owenaboro working at the place Mr Harlan Is Ill Ready for use No setting troubleno TO BE BEST OF ALL CABINETS REFUNDED I Could not Ibe Made I Here C or If j a raid 4I times the we uk It We have been Bath Cab inets for eats 471x10 lieu I I i our Qua i the BEST and to HO A tII We are tlah In the I more than Cab 11500 ooooo as It Actually I I iT I is no or Y I I I I I I A IN EVERY HOME I Doctors Oflice Beauty or Message Par I lor Sanitarium Gfnaslum Club House I Hospital Barber Shop and Hotel I I your I room all the cleansing curatIve luelgorat log refreshing purifying ef I Sects of the famous Turkish Russian Hot air Steam or Vapor Baths perfumed orII I medicated if desired Better and 35 times Cheaper than IIII any Baths or Tieatment at Public Turkish Bath Rooms Sanitariums I Hot Springs or Health Besorts I I best and such authorities as Jenneis II Erasmus Wilson F R S John J Lentr Senator Doug I I I I II crack bicyclist Louis Morrison the celebrated actor Langtry II actress latrlet Hubbaid Ayer Rev It Hicks editor Word and Work I II Samuel Cassidy of of Commerce Hon Chas W E Flicker of the Cln I clnnati Enquirer J It Errclt editor ChrIstian Standard and by thousanda of our most I I II and I I I Every Cabinet Is Perfect In to do Its work II- II bo Just as or your money refunded I 1 m 1jI in i 1 I Full line of the list m to the best come a week than other ILL AT baa Is depot In of who for WILL 00 TO LOUISVILLE Mr James G Stephens of Addison who has been in poor health for some weeks will go to Louisville as soon as he Is able to travel The doctors think thechange may be beneficial Mr Oaldwell Norton and bright little son James Stephens of Louisville were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs James G Stephens at Addison 5 Jt lJ t j 1 tt L J Y io U Sti Li1o o t 5 4 i I if K l a y vr I IIi 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1000 4 tljq iBi t ll dr IDS 0 rote sf clIDAl1i1Ie lonyJ v lEON 1- v you y King d spre THE b T ht het broad t f- Ax lnl AIure unA wnlll advar uala 1 TUE once J Iblo i- IlItlcsJ MRS tceessl 10 big dative Russ cture rvo a ouldau anPi PtDLJUuty ct wa arancsat FIVE oughnd oDds as bet- istory Tus as agf lit thE Ule mambo owns IvtlUle d wit ronld ROod nd 0- aunt REV srmoole he qu- skate LOT plrltt ON I a the acres Jaws lollararm armhargl hargeTnz ohrad 011 tic- usly bait r nd it- TaI be gu IN S Mastynz I etrctrear buee lion t to t- alsts Got dish I rave cent hest nd p amnlave rnml Tin lave his r- uly lallliI regln hat J rut tl t551I nontIe each WI rom ngfe loll da e- oleep ScGI tad II- oror vhen Uacr j iBI r4AiPdiI THE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG IIByREV CHARLES M SHELDONI iIlls Steps What Would Jesus Do Malcom RlrkJRobert Hardys Seven Days Etctt 4Copyrighted 1800 by The Advocate Publishing Cot 1jj h11 1j1l1 ttl l lf HhlJl El m m mlh c3 B U Is possible there are very many persons here In this house this morn Ing who are ready to exclaim This IIs Intolerable bigotry and inirjtaulcal nar rowness This Is not the attitude Christ would take on this question lie was too largenilndotl lie was too far ad cancel In thought to make the day to mean anything of that sort But let us consider what Is meant by the Sunday of our modern life us Christ would view It There Is no dls jiutlng the fact that the age Is ma tcrlal mercantile money making For six eager rushing days It Is absorbed la the pursuit of money or fame or pleasure Then God strikes the note ol his silence In among the clashing sounds of earths Babel and calls man kind to make a day unlike time other days It is his merciful thoughtfulness tor tho race which has created this special day for men Is It too much to ask that on this one day men think of something clso besides politics stocks business amusement Is God grudging the man the pleasure of life when here he gives the man six days for labor and then asks for only ono day specially set apart for him Tho objection to very many things commonly mentioned by the pulpit as harmful to Sunday Is not an objection necessarily based on the harmfulness of the things themselves but upon the fact that these things arc repetitious of the working day and so are distracting to the observance of the Sunday as a day of rust antI worship undis turbed by tho things that have already for six days crowded the thought of men Let me Illustrate Take tor example the case of tho Sunday paper as it pours Into Milton every Sunday morning on the special newspaper train Now there may not be anything In till contents of tho Sunday papers that Is any worse than can bo found In any weekday edition Granted for the sake of the Illustra tion that tho smatter found In the Sunday paper Is Just like that In theISaturday Issue politics locals ion personals dramatic and sporting news literary articles by well known writers fatality etc anywhere from 20 to 40 pages an amount of reading matter that will take the average man a whole forenoon to read I say granted all this vast of material Is harmless lu IluantllyI moralI life yet here Is the it seems to me Christ would as I am doing now advise this church and the jxople of Milton to avoid rending the Sunday paper because It forces upon the thought of the community the very wane things which have been crowding in upon It all tho week and in doing this necessarily distracts the man and makes the elevation of his spiritual nature exceedingly doubtful or dllllcult I defy any preacher In this town to make much Impression ou the average man who has come toI church saturated through and through with 10 pages of Sunday newspaper that Is supposing the man who has read that much Is In a frame of mind to go to church But that Is not tho point It Is riot n question of press versus pulpit Tho press and the pul pit are units of our modern life which ought to work hand In hand tad the were matter of church attendance might not count It It was a question with tho average man whether he would go to church and hear a dull sermon or stay at home and read an Interesting newspaper Tint Is not the point The point Is whither the day of rest and worship shall be like ev cry other day whether we shall let our minds go right on as they have been going to tho choking up of avenues of spiritual growth and religious service Is It right for us to allow In Milton tho occurrence of baseball games and Sunday racing and evening theaters How far is nil this demoralizing to our better life What would Christ say do you think Even sup posing he would advise this church to take and read tho big Sunday dally sent In on the special Sunday train that keeps n small army of men at work and away from all Sunday privileges even supposing he would say It was all right to sell fruit and cigars and meat on Sunday and perfectly proper for church members to buy those things on that day what would Christ say was the real meaning and purpose of this day in tho thought of the Divine Creator when he made tho day for manI cannot conceive that he would say anything else than this to tho peo pie of this town and this church lie would say It was our duty to make this day different from all other days in the two particulars of rest and worship lie would say that wo owe it to tho Father of our souls In common gratitude for his mighty love toward us that we spend the day In ways pleasing to him no would say that tho wonderful civilization of our times should study how to make this day 11i true rest day to the workingman of the world and that all unnecessary carrying of passengers or merchandise should stop so aa to give all men If possible every seven days ono whole day of rest and communion with some thing better than the things that perish with the using Ho would say that the clinrcb and therhnrth member nntLtbo Christian everywhere should do all Ini his power to snake the day a glad powerful useful restful anticipated 24 hours looked forward to with pleas ant longing by little children and la boring men and railroad men and street car men ns the one day of all the week the happiest and best because different In Its use And so dif ferent that when Mondays toll begins time man feels refreshed In body and In soul because he has paused n little while In the mad whirl of his strugglo for bread or tame and has fellowship cd with heavenly things and heard something diviner than the Jangling discords of this narrow selfish earth If this thought of Sunday Is bigotry or narrowness then I stand convicted as a bigot living outside of the nineteenth century But I am not cob cerned about that What I am con cerned about Is Christs thought of this day It I understand his spirit right I believe he would say what I have said He would say that It Is not a right use of this day for the men and women of this generation to buy and sell mer chandise to attend or countenance places or spectacles of amusement to engage in card parties at their homes to fill their thoughts full of tho ordinary affairs of business or the events of the world lie would say that It was the Christians duty and privilege In this age to elevate the uses of this day so that everything done and said should tend to lift the race higher and make It better acquainted with the na turo of God and Its own eternal des tinyIf Christ would not take that view of this great question then I have totally misconceived and misunderstood his character The Sabbath was made for man It was made for him that he might make of it a shining jewel in the string of pearls which should adorn all the days of the week every day speaking of divine things to the man but Sunday opening up the beauty and grandeur of the eternal life a little wider yet This dear friends all has been my message to you this morning May God forgive whatever has been spoken contrary to the heart and spirit of our dear Lord If Philips sermon two months before made him enemies Oils sermon made even more lie had unconsciously this time struck two of his members very hard One of then was part owner In n meat market which his partner kept open on Sunday The other leased one of the parks where the baseball games led been prayed Other persons In the congregation felt more or less hurt by the plate way Philip had spoken espe d ally the members who took and read the Sunday paper They went away feeling that while much that ho said was true there was too much strict ness In the ministers view of the whole subject This feeling grew as days went on People said Philip did not know all tho facts In regard to peoples business and the complications which necessitated Sunday work and so forth These were the beginnings of trou blesome times fur Philip The trial of the saloon keeper was coming on In a few days and Philip would be called to witness in the case Ho dreaded it with a nervous dread peculiar to his sensitive temper Nevertheless ho went on with his church work studying tho problem of the town endearing him self to vc many In and out of his I church by his manly courageous life Verily an enemy hath done this and feeling the heartache grow In him as the sin burden of tho place weighed heavier on him Those were days when Philip did much praying and his regular preaching which grow in power with the common people told the story of his night vigils with the Christ he adored It was at this particular time that a special event occurred which put its mark on Philips work in Milton and became a part of its web and woof a hard thing to tell but necessary to re late as best ono may Ho came home late one evening from church meeting letting himself Into the parsonage with his night key and not seeing his wife In the sitting room where she was in tho habit of reading and sewing ho walked on Into tho small sowing room where she some UniCftMiAt special work thinking to nail Her teen TSlWwTis ndt there nun Philip opened the kitchen door and in quired of the servant who sat there reading where his wife was- I think she went up stairs a little while ago was the reply Philip went at once up stairs Into his study and to his alarm found that his wile had fainted She lay on the floor In front of his desk As Philip stooped- to raise her he noticed two pieces paper one of them addressed to otI Preacher and tho other to The Preachers Wife They were anony mous scrawls threatening the lives ot the minister and his wife On his desk driven deep Into the wood was a large knife Then said Philip with a prayer Verily an enemy hath done this CHAPTEtt VII The anonymous letters or rather scrawls which Philip found by the side of his unconscious wife as ho stooped to raise her up read as follows Pmchfr Dfttr pick up and leave Milton li not tiff enough to hold you tllre Tike warning In time rrcictierf Wile Ai long n you stay In JllUon there U danger of two funerals Dynamite kllU women 11 well ft men Philip sat by the study lounge hold Ing these scrawls In his hand as his wife recovered from her fainting fit after he had applied restoratives Ills heart was tilled with horror at the thought of the complete cowardice which could threaten the life of an In nocent woman There was with It a feeling of Intense contempt of such childish dime novel methods of In timidation as that of sticking a knife Into the study desk If It hind not been for Us effect on his wife Philip would have laughed at the whole thing As It was he was surprised and alarmed that she had tainted a thing he had never known her to do and as soon as she was able to speak he listened anxiously to her story It must have been an hour after you hind gone Philip that I thought I heard a noise up stairs and thinking perhaps you had left one of your win dows down at the top and the curtain was flapping I went right up and tho minute I stepped Into the room I had the feeling that some one was there Didnt you carry up n light No The lamp was burning at tho end of time upper hall and so I never thought of needing more Well as I moved over toward the window still feeling that strange unaccountable knowledge of some one there a man stepped out from behind your desk walked right up to mo and held out those letters In one hand while with the other ho threw the light from a small bulls eye or burglars lantern upon them Philip listened In amazement Sarah you must have dreamed all that It Isnt likely that any man would do such a thins Philip I did not dream I was ter ribly wide awake and so scared that I couldnt even scream My tongue seemed to be entirely useless But I felt compelled to road what was writ ten and the man held the papers there until the words seemed to burn my eyes He then walked over to the desk anti with one blow drove the knife down into the wood and then I fainted away and that Is all I can re memberAnd what became of the man asked Philip still Inclined to think that his wife hind In somo way fallen asleep and dreamed at least a part of this strange scene perhaps before she went up to the study anti discovered tho letters I dont know maybe ho Is In the house yet Philip I am al most dead for fear not for myself but for your life I never had any fear of anonymous letters or of threats replied Philip contemptuously eying tho knife which was still sucking In tho desk Evi dently the saloon men think I am a child to bo frightened with these bugaboos which have figured In every sensational story slnco tho time of Captain Kldd Then you think this is tho work of tho saloon menJ Who else can it be We have no other enemies of this sort In Milton But they will kill you Oh Philip I cannot bear tho thought of living here in this way Let us leave this dreadful place Little woman said Philip while ho bravely drove away any slight anxiety ho may have hind for himself dont you think It would be cowardly to runaway so soon- Wouldnt It bo better to run away so soon than to be killed Is there any bravery In staying in a place where you are likely to be murdered by somo cowardI think I shall be said Philip confidently And I dont want you to bo afraid They will not dare to harm you No Philip exclaimed his wife ea gerly you must not be mistaken I did not faint away tonight because I was afraid for myself Surely I have no fear there It was the thought of the peril In which you stand dally as you go out among these men and as you go back and forth to your meet nervousIng and when I was startled by tho man here tonight I was so weak that I fainted But I am sure that they do not care to harm me you are the object of their hatred It they strike anyone It will bo you That is tho reason I want to leave this place Say you will Philip Surely there are other churches where you could preach as you want to and still not be in such constant danger It require all of Philips wisdom and love and consciousness of his Immediate duty to answer his wifes appeal severestwas to bo taken Into tho account not only his own safety but that of his wife as well For think what 110 would he could not shako off tho feel Ing that a man so cowardly as to resort to the assassination of a man would not bo overparticular oven if It ahnnliL chanC6ttt btt a woman Phltln was limn enough foT5e entirely unsTmk en by anonymous threats A thou sand a day would not have unnerved him In the least Ho would have writhed under the sense of the great sin which they revealed but that Is all the effect they would have had When It came to his wife however that was another question For a mo ment be felt like sending In his resg nation and moving out of Milton as soon as possible Mrs Strong did ot oppose his decision when once ho had declared his resolve Site knew Ihlllp must do what to him was the will ol his Master and with that finally sho was content She had overcome her nervousness and dread now that Philips coura geous presence strengthened her and she began to tell him that he had bet ter hunt for time man who had appear ed so mysteriously In the study- I havent convinced myself yet that there Is any man Confess Sarah that you dreamed all that I did not replied lib wife a little indignantly Do you think I wrote those letters and stuck that knife Into the desk myself Of course not But how could a man get Into the study and neither you nor the girl know ItJ I did hear a noise and that Is what started mu up stairs And ho may be In the house yet I shall not rest easy until you look Into all the closets and down cellar and everywhere So Philip to quiet his wife search ed the house thoroughly but found nothing The servant and the min isters wife followed along at a respectful distance behind Philip one armed with the poker and tho other with a fire shovel while he pulled open closet doors with reckless disregard of any possible man hiding within and pretended to look Into tho most unlike ly places for him joking all tho while to reassure his trembling followers They found ono of the windows In Philips study partly open But that did not prove anything although a man might have crawled In and out again through that window from an ell of time parsonage the roof of which ran near enough to time window so that an active person could gain entrance that way The whole affair remained more or less a mystery to Philip However tho letters and the knife were real Ho took them down town next day to tho office of tho evening paper and ask ed the editor to publish tho letters and describe the knife H was too good a piece of news to omit and Milton peo plo were treated to a genuine sensation when the article came out Philips object In giving the Incident publicity was to show the community what a murderous clement It was fostering In the saloon power Those threats and the knife preached n sermon to tho thoughtful people of Milton and citi zens who had never asked the question before began to ask now Are we to endure this saloon monster much lon gerAs for Philip ho went his way tho same as ever Some of Ills friends and church members even advised him to carry a revolver and be careful about going out alone at night Philip laugh ed nt the Idea of a revolver and said If the saloon men want to get rid of me without the trouble of shooting me themselves they had better make ino a present of a silver mounted pistol Then 1 would manage time shooting myself And as for being careful about going out evenings what Is this town thinking of that It will continue to license and legalize nn Institution that makes its houest citizens advise new comers to stay at home for fear of as sassination No 1 shall go about my work Just as if I lived In the most law abiding community in America And It I am murdered by the whisky men I want tho people of Milton to under stand that tho citizens are as much to blame for the murder as time saloon men For a community that will li cense such a curse ought to bear the shamo of the legitimate fruits of It Tho trial of tho man with the harelip bad been postponed for somo legal reason and Philip felt relieved somewhat Ho dreaded tho ordeal of the court scene And ono or two visits made at tho jail had not been helpful to him Tho man had refused each time to see tho minister anti he had gone away feeling hungry In his soul for tho mans redemption and realiz ing something of tho spirit of Christ when ho was compelled to cry out They will not como unto me that they might have eternal life That always seemed to Philip the most awful tell ture of the history of Christ that the very people ho loved and yearned after spit upon him and finally broke his heart with their hatred lIe continued his study of the problem of tho town believing that every place has certain peculiar local char acteristics which every church and preacher ought to study He was struck by the aspect of tho lower part of tho town whero nearly all the poor er people lived He went down there and studied the situation thoroughly It did not take a very great amount of thinking to convince him that the church power in Milton was not properly distributed Tho seven largest churches In tho place were all on one street well up in tho wealthy resl dcnco portion and not more than two or threo blocks apart Down In tho tenement district there was not a sin glo church building and only one or two weak mission schools which did not touch the problem of tho district at alL Tho distance from this poor part of the town to tho churches was fully a mile a distance that certainly stood as a geographical obstacle to the church attendance of tho neighborhood even supposing tho people were eager to go to tho largo churches which was not at all tho fact Indeed Philip soon discovered that the people wero indifferent in the matter The churches on the fashionable street In town meant less than nothing to them They never would go to them and there was little hopo that anything castor or members CONTINUED could da thoI The St Louis I IThe of Great the Newspaper World I Eight or Each and The or AmerIca Globe=Democrat I TWICE EVERY WEEK Pages MoreI Tuesday Friday Almost Equal to a Daily at the of a sLoo IE DOllAR i 1 7aX900 No 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AWFUL CARNAGE DEPICTED 1 BY STARTLING FIGURES fr Vnrn Deadliest In the Days o- f4nb 1 anti Spear Terrible Struggle LlIW4tb the Smoothbore Musket and- IaonetLoiaeis In the Civil War- pyrIght 1S9S by O L Kilmer HAT may be called the blood lest battle Is that the bloodl est where the aggregate of vie tims of blood letting Is great est or where tho percentage of victims to the total number en gaged Is greatest It Is in tho last case that a man takes tho most chances Soldiers comfort I cmsclrcs on going Into battle with e thought that at the worst they I ve nino chances out of ten In favor escape from bullets But It Is not ccssary to go further than our civil ar to find many battles whero tho In Ivldual had but four chances out of re It really depends upon what Is con ilcrcd real warfare this matter of oody battling Some battles are slm y slaughters At Marathon 10000 thenlans killed 0000 Persians out ght on the field and lost but 102 In air own ranks Armlnlus on tho inks of the LIppo slaughtered tho glpns of Crcsar leaving a legacy of orb1e names holding to this day like Bono Lane Bono Brook and Slaughter Kettle a valley It was ils frightful event which led Cajsar to all addressing the vanquished gen nil Bring back my legions VnruslI ut of tho 60000 Normans led to vie ory at Hastings by William tho Con ueror 15000 were killed and at DIeD elm field of famous victory where x uls XIV staked the prize of unlver al dominion tho vanquished French ost 12000 killed while Marlborough oat but 6000 These examples are taken from tho lays of battleax and club and spear Unco the introduction of gunpowder as factor In warfare records have either teen better kept or more sought after md a fairly good average of percent ges may be given to support the claim if any battle for honors in ghastliness in tho seven greatest battles of the sev enteenth century when the masses car averagoblsualtlcaeach man stood but four chances In flve of escape The figures given for tn buttnRocroy 1043 and Scneffo 1074 At tutzen 31000 Imperialists lost 7000 and 20000 Swodes lost 11000 a total bf 18000 out of 51000 or 35 per cent Lt Rocroy 22000 French lost 4000 yhule 27000 Spaniards lost 13000 be- gh totally defeated by the great Cone At Sencffe Belgium in a battle between 00000 Dutch allies and 48000 French under Condo tho total losses fcvcro 37000 or 34 per cent In this period belongs Marston Moor Where the casualties all told wero 7500 The civilians said that they buried 4000 bodies on tho field Lut zen was a victory for Gustavus Adol phus over tho great Wallcnstcln but regimentscalledground In the order where they bad stood In fighting Wallenstein left 0000 dead on the field half of tho 18 000 casualties of the day At Rocroy out of 18000 Infantry tho defeated Spaniards lost 0000 killed In tho ranks How many of you were there before the battle a French officer asked a Spaniard You have only to count our dead and prisoners In the middle of tho seventeenth cen pikeTherowith tho smoothboro musket and bayonet from Fontcnoy 1745 to Wa terloo 1815 Napoleons loss at Wa terloo has never been officially com puted but the estimates adopted make 5lle loss 31 per cent Including prison ers Borodino 1812 was long consid ered the bloodiest battle of modern times the loss being apparently 30 per cent but It has been shown that tho Igurcs aro deceptive The averago of bo period of smoothbore and bayonet TOS about 20 per cent In tho 23 great attics Prisoners are often Included n tho casualties of that period but king those where the percentages qua the exceptional percentages of he civil war 12 out of the 23 were as loody as tho bloodiest of the era of jje muzzle loading rifle barrel which eld until tho FrancoPrussian war At Kolin 1757 04000 Austrians and Prussians struggled with a loss of 20 er cent At Zorndorf 1758 82000 Prussians and AustrIans fought with L loss of 40 per cent Including prison srs At Sillery Wood 1700 tho Eng hand French numbering but 0000 ost 33 per cent At Marengo 50000 rench and Austrians struggled all lay with varying fortunes and lost 23 eir cent Ellau 1807 was a battle here the figures are quito authentic there were 80000 French against 75 100 Russians and the total loss 20 per cent The battlo was probably W bloody as any In historic times marshal Augcrean charged with 16000 uen and but 1500 over returned to ty A sudden snowstorm blinded a path but the Russian cannon had ten trained on tho field and mowed a ranks with awful slaughter After destruction of Augerean the snow cm abated and Napoleon sent In urat with 70 mounted squadrons of QOQ sabers Murat scattered the nusslan Infantry but the Russian mounted reserve fell upon him at the supreme moment and after a combat of Inconceivable fierceness he was compelled to retire Still the French struggled on and at nightfall the Rus sinus left tho field In his bulletin home Napoleon said The spectacle is sufficient to inspire princes with tho love of peace and horror of war At Albuera 1811 the French and the English and Spanish lost 15000 out of 55000 combatants about 27 per cent A French estimate of Borodino 1812 when Napoleon opened the road to Moscow places tho loss of 205000 men at 50000 killed and wounded about 10 per cent Lcipslc fought In 1813 Is called the battle of the nations Napoleons loss Is placed at 50000 out of 175000 and that of the allies 47000 out of 200000 Napoleon fought to save his army and his men stood In their tracks until cut down while the allied rushed forward until cut down The loss was 21 per cent At Kunersdorf 17CO 00000 Aus trlans and Russians fought 40000 Prussians with a combined loss of 37000 about 20 per cent The losses at Bunker Hill 1775 were 24 per cent At Fricdland 1807 80000 French fought 55000 Russians with a combin ed loss of 27000 Mere figures however large do not suggest the sanguinary features of a battle and the mind is more strongly Impressed by tho description of somo bloody episode than with figures that suggest wholesale slaughter Battles which figure In history were bloody or they would not be singled out for Im mortal fame The following 15 battles of the muz ale loading bayonet period represent the martial nations of the world 1 Ella 1807 LoaO per cent 2 Bunker lUll 177S Lou SI per cent B Stone RIver Murfrecsboro 1802 LollS 23U per cent 4 Uarcngo 1800 Lois 23 per cent 6 Chlckamaugn 1863 Lou 21 per cent II Aotletam 1SC2 Loss 21 per cent 7 Lelptle 1813 Lou 21 per cent 8 Gettysburg 1803 Lou 20 pr cent V 9 Shlloh 1562 Low 29 pr cent 10 Lundy Line 1811 Lou 19 per cent 11 UarilaTour 1870i Lou 18 per cent 12 Wterlop JS11 JorIL1J ncr cent I cut Gold Collar Button Mailed free for 5 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp Mode men ThIs shape If handy and inpuler Daisy Genuine HnrdEnam and Gold For 1 8 lion hud In 2cent stamp Illustration Is only twothirds actual size Color a dellcato pink with Jewel setting and gold trimmings neat enamel finish stylish ant durable The Lions Bride Mailed free for 12 lion heads cut Irons Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp An unusually 0110 picture from the brush of tho noted German nrtIst Gabriel Max It II founded on Chatnusos oemII The Lions Bride The story Is Interesting and we send with each picture a hand some folder containing copy of the poem and telling all It Size ISxZd Inches I and Her la nuuiu era ton it par test 14 Bolftrino lUll Lou 12 per cent 15 Sadowa 1866 Loa 12 per cent Borodino Is omitted for lack of au thentic returns The percentage placed opposite Bun ker nil awakes no sensation compared to that of reading that tho American order to the soldiers was Walt till you see tho whites of tho eyes of the Britishers and then fire at their At Stone River tho Confederates rolled the Federal line up from left to right Tho battlo was mainly fought in dense thickets Iliad Napoleon lost Marengo ho would have lost his army for it was in the enemys country At 5IsolatedI In the afternoon the day was he turned tho tide by the most fright tul sacrifice of his best troops Chickamauga was a field where tho battle waged fiercely around one point In tho road for retreat on the Federal left Thomas won fame aa the Rock of Chlckamauga and there the assailants piled their fallen the thickest There the defenders dlcu t4 their tracks Antietam left behind Its Bloody Lane piled with dead Its Sunken Road its Cornfield where the tall en lay In rows with their dead leaders In position just In the advance Tho loss of 20000 killed and wounded took placo between daylight and noon Tho fluid of Shiloh was fought over In de tan twice The bloodiest spot was the Hornets Nest where the Con federate leader A Sidney Johnston was killed Cold Harbor was but half ali bloody as Shiloh In percentages yet there were regiments there which lost half their numbers in a single dash Fredericksburg bad its slaughter pen at tho famous stttfio wall which was stormed again and again each line apparently spurred with tho desire to leave its dead a little nearer the barrier than its predecessors The bloodiest battles of the civil war in the order of the highest loss where the number kilted outright reached 1000 on each side 1 Gettysburg 1863 03000 Union and 75000 Confederates opposed Union low 17509 kill ed and wounded Confederate 15301 total IN COFFEEI Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Insiston LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads from front ofilb LION COFFEE pkgs motherofpearlback NeckPin andI i about Dorothy Friends walstbandii defending aggregate A bright cheery picture For 8 lion heads and a 2C stamp A bright cheery picture represent IIttleg1rlplaIng ens and herrabbit The predominating colon are rich reds and greens Size 11x28 Inches For 10 lion heads and seen stamp w a will mall It tinned ready toe hanging STRENGTH PURITY FLAVOR Stylish I Handsomely I goldplated with toman finish and set with ruby colored jewel In the center This will be welcomed for arcsseaup It 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Union and 40000 Confederates engaged Union loss 11CS7 killed and wounded Confederate 0328 total 20082 7 Shiloh 1802 68000 Union and 40000 Confed erates ciigsccd Union lloss 10162 killed and wounded Confederate 9740 total 10902 8 Cold Harbor 1861 118000 Union sad MOOO Confederates opposed Union lloss 10021 killed and wounded Confederate comparatively slight 0 Second Pull Run or Manistas 1SC2 63001 Union and 64100 Confederates engaged Un ion loss 1010V In killed and wounded Confederate 9363 total 10064 10 Stone niver 1m 43000 Union and 37000 Confederates enraged Union loss 0532 killed and wounded Confederate 0230 total 13771 11 Fredericksburg 1862 113000 Union and 60 000 Confederates opposed Union loss 10SS4 killed and wounded Confederate 4724 total 15003 Conservative estimates place the loss In killed and wounded at Ellau as 40 000 Till figures of Gettysburg are of ficial and the total is little short of 33000 EHnu belongs to the smooth- bore and Gettysburg to the rifled bar rel era As weapons Improve casual ties grow less In percentages Tho highest percentage In the FrancoPrus sian war with the breechloader was 10 at MarslaTour nnd the highest aggregate 30000 at Gravclotte Tile killed numbered about 8000 at Grave lotte At Gettysburg the mortality was over 0000 out of 33000 casualties GEORGE L KirvETt Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was mado in Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up tho health Only 25c per box Sold by Short Haynes I AND IBeltBuckle a InchesGiven a I of Colored I Childs Book A collection of nice outline pictures bound Into book form with sheets of tluuo paper bo twoen itho leaves On these tissue pages tho children can the beneath thus oJrordlng drawing book requires 6 lion head and s 2cent stamp Naval Box Kite I brated box kite now so popular Thirty Inches long and 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we can truthfully say without casting any reflection on llieckenridge county that we never expected to see as grand a bred hog or so fine an Individual within her borders We sell no show records Itut we can sell aged sows flits boars ready for service spring and fall pigs that will please you Cheap for quality of stock Call on or address- ci A FOOTE SON- Irvlngton Ky = =Jc- C g II I SENDNO MONEY cti THIS ID OCT and lend to u state your wl5l amiI kflfkl also number Inches around body at fcai andsek and we wilt send thti liisiUriil riatk tsp to lUYTUPcU D saajMt u s iIUe Toucan amine and trlSa- ntS your nearest ipran office and IIt found perfectly stlafaetory ex etly as nprMau and u MOST WpNDdfslVl rsaw or beard P irfiirivj prahetssrras wllImr M Ik ttalt rot 1OOO aiMs This CIrcular Plush Cape ttlSR1 rot =salle sad n- Uronihoat III inehe bOg Ut ful w- f Wills Cniad Bill I SlitS bMetiI Vf7 isbonulr embroidered with aacluka braid and black beading a tllutrtied Trimmed 11 around with enD- anarnk Tall T heavily intrttned With wadding and Sbr chamois Wi I Ire lek CaisMi Urn SEARS ROIIIUCK COaCHICAQO 5u ftbe eta iii IL L4 0 J rS 0 THE BRECKENmDGB NEWSJ WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 S t 4ptpItptsupItppIItfloIttttflfltt + 1AI Valentine IITo our Readers III Joy gentle friends I Joy and I IfreshAccompany days your of JoveII Midsummer Nights Dream J 4nntntn== LOCAL OPTION IN THE COUNTY A Meeting At liardlnsburg to Discuss The Advisability of Taking This Vote In acoortUiif with tiw pliw as stated in last WPfk Siw n iwtltig was hlIJ- t HnrJinsbur on Monday to discuss tho advisability of taking n real option vote in UwukeurldKu county as a whole llov W B Rutiedjco culled the meeting to order Hud Matnl its ol jc G W Beard wia cleBiwi1 I chairtrau uud Dr McMulIln of MIDubi1S wiw mad see rotary of tho meeting Remsrls wre citl d fir from inrloiw districts HZ to the ft MLS on tll8 1ui tion Squirt JarreUt of tiupbeueport said that the people iu bin district stan 5 to 1 lln favor of local ootion John AUxauitr of ISurae stated that the mn in the Hudsonvlllo oistrict would like to live a vote on the qupf tion He tbiuks llocal option would carry by a small uiijutity Dr McMiiiliu of McDaaiels saW that hia vutiu iliHriui would po 7 to 1 in favor of lowl option The fcllowinj jierpons werf nppointel to get the senile c1f the popl on the oubject of takic this vote nml ropnrt at on early date Union Star D S Rich I1r son C M McGoihlan and Mies Sallie Richardson j Mooles ville Abe Bennett Irviiiutoii Mr Coleman Webster JHUIPH bt Oiairj Bewluyville rhO J Jolly Bii Spring A K Morric Custer John Harrington John Alexan leT Hulsonville John II Conner Dr Stone McDacM Dr McMullin L 0 Bnwlley HTllMlurg Uv A II Davis F MlIeLty and GW IKatd reIAt tHo hour rf going to preps the port cornei from the capital of this county that Sheriff Burton Is seriously ill but resting eapy anti grave hopes are entertained his recovery WEDDING AT LEWISPORT Tim enuauemonr of Mlfs Matgnret Blanford of Lawisport to Mr Thomas Michael Lynch hAA been announced The weddlrg will take plac at the Stt Columbia church Wednesdey morning February 21 at 10 oclock Notice- I have turned my Recounts to be col lected into the bunds of Mr John T Hughee of Falls of Rough and he is hereby Htnpowttred to receive all money on Recounts duo mo GEe T HAIIIUS M D DANGEROUSLY ILL Logan Pate of Hardinsburg is danger ously ill and the end Iis expected at any moment Walki rs Tonc Iit the link that picks up tho vital force ot man in his run down state and binds him to health and etrength by recuperating the Brain reg ulating tho action ot the Heart and nourshing the Nervous System Bought Timber Land Mr Willett agent for the Evans- Ville Grain Co has purchased of the Louisville Trust Co of Louisville tim ber land lying near Wolf Creek to the amount of 1205 Austin Popham Iryingtous popular druggist was in tho city Sunday Lyons Laxative Syrup Nituret Cure for Constipation Dons NOT GRIPIJ If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as grown people BRANDENBURG Mire Addle G Ditto ol Louisville end J T Ditto of Cincinnati attended the Lewis Parks wedding Mies Lena Nevitt entertained last fat unlay night for lu r gumts Misses Ma mie Schene and Florence Smith The Missionary Society met with Mrs G II Casperke last Friday This is A faithful band unit will have ijs reward Misses Mamie Scheno anti Florence Smith retuined to Louisviilu Sunday after Ii visit to thu family of Mrs B 11 Xevltt Mrs Reagy who lives about a mile and a half from town has spinal nicnln uitli and Dr Burch says she is in a dy- Ing condition There Is a nine pound gui at the home of Mr and Mrp Venable Mr Venablo and wIN are recent additions to society He is connected with the Ohio Valley Telephone Company The many frlendoof DrJ Max Willett regret to know he arrive at Ebron last week from Colorado in a very enfeebled condition Dr Willett has pulmonary trouble and had been in Colorado some time hoping to regain his shattered health Cards are received from Mr and Mrs J W Lewis announcing tho marriage of their daughter Lula and Dr Seth P Parks Wedues lay Februaay 7th Dr and Mrs Parks will bo at homo after February 14Ui at Webster Breckenridgo county John Singleton and Will Fisher en gaged in a shooting ecrapo last Sunday at Mauckport Ind John Singleton was shot in the left limb just below the Lip He wan brought here to see Dr Burch who ueed a ten inch probe but did not did not succeed in finding the bullet Concealed weapons again Mr Editor Ill hold up a heated pout ical discussion with the editor of the MeadeMtasenger1 who lies about annihil ated your humblu servant He eays that I dont know one earthly thing about true Democracy Im lenv most gin out and Dave declares he is not a partisan Ob for the gills to see ourselves aa oth tra see us f have a letter from etaunch Demo cratic friend commending Mr Hardins letter in a few issues back He said 1 cawo very near answering Mr Hardins letter myself for the tone suited me exactly and If there was more such Demo crats as he our poor old Slate wouldnot be in surh a dreadful condition lie then says I note a marked iinproyti ment in tho NEWS and always read all of it J S Owings and G W Medley have announced themselves as candidates for the office of county clerk subject to the notion of their party They are both true exponents of Democratic principles and are honest upright popular and well known in Meade county If the people confer the office asked upon either candidate he will no doubt do his duty to fill the position with credit The reading circle was beautifully en tertained tho 8th by Misses Lula and Minnie Bland Each member responded to duty Brother Duvall made a most interesting talk on literature and com mended the club from a social and literary standpoint Miss Mabel llardin will be the hosUss of this club the ICth when Brother Lltchfield will give a talk An interesting program has been ar ranged Brother Duvall preached two fine sermons last Sunday At night by re quest he preached from Acta 2 4415 And nil that believed were together and had all things common and sold their possessions and goods and parted them to all men as every man had need etc lit handled his subject with skill and advanced many commend able thoughts One thing he said I es pecially endorsed was that flit was not the age that made beggars and tramps but laziness and lack of thrift He thinks a common fund under the spiritually minded men for the distribution of Gods church would be a Biblical idea carried out lie thinks and so do we all that private charity la often abused and gave his own experience with un worthy applicants lie concluded with Christs answer to the rich young man Sell all that thou has and give to the poor Well then if the poor were lazy indolent thriftless then everybody would be poor Theres a living for all of Qods children if they will put their shoulder to the wheel The wheels ot machinery and industry are turned by the willing hands and active brains ROME IND Mrs Wm Hardln who has been very ill is improving Miss Tot Anderson was the guest of Miss Edith Groves last week Mr and Mrs Hal Ellsworth of Eng lisb Ind aro visiting relatives hero Mrs Lieut J H Price of Ft Thomas Ky is the guest of Mrs Ian Bjgyot- Mr and Mrs Eugene Connor of Sam oardner1Rbmeeting at the M E Church Wa wish him greet succeeeIMisses Alice Martin and Pantile Kroush called on Miss Stuart GroviE last Friday evening Muses Llnnie and Mannle Braahear Hardlu Grove spent Saturday and Sunday with Airs S S Connor and attended meetingMr Carey is one of the new members welcomed into the business circle recently organized at the post office Jinitnlu is a hustler and will be quite an addition to the enterprise Mrs James Anderson and daughter Miss llyitio Williams returned home from Cannelton last Sunday Miss Myr tie has been under tho treatment of the doctors there Her runny friends hope she will continue to improye Miss Alice Martin ono of the brilliant young students who has been the guest of Mrs S S Connor and Miss Fannie Kroush left for Marion Ind Saturday where is attending college Miss Alice made many friends while here aud all regretted her departure 1000000 DEATHS From Cholera During the Past Year The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurking Everywhere I Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars has been lost in the poultry busineeH on ac count of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be BO successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will curo chick ens in the last stage of cholera and roupI and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diarrhoeadrop plug of the rclrgj stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera iIa a germ dissfse and being infectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the fore lock dont stop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary meas ures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every tune It is also guaranteed for loup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at tho nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dol lars is offered for a iy case the Mixture will not cure If tome of your fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from patching it Try it It is cheap relia ble and tfTtctlvo scientific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other remedy j does more good than alt of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the mot experienced aa1 largest breeders of plain and fancy pou trv in all parts of tilt world Ttis iminu fuctorern guarantee everY packug or r fund purcliaee money II your druggist doesnt sell American Poultry Mixture IIAH behind the age In that case send gl 00 for sample box to American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Too III to Work Carson Weir who has bern employed nsa compositor in the NEWS office left for his home at Owensboro last week On account of illhealth he will be cow pelled to give up work for a time PostMaster and druggist E E Chism of Wolf Creek was in town Friday Mr Ohism is the post master at his town and one of the lead ing druggists While hero he made a pleasant call at the NEWS office To Cure a Cough stop coughing as it irritates the lung and give them a chance to heal Foleys Honey and Tar cures without causing a strain in throwing off the phlegm like common cough expectorants Moorman It Owen Two Easter solos exceptional beauty have been secured by The Ladies Home Journal for publication in the March issue The date of giving them to the public is timed so as to admit six weeks rehearsal before their first rendition on Easter Day Born to the wife of J B Buckby at Fordsville February 4th a fine girl Call for his Tenth Years Work The Goshen congregation has called the Rev W B Itutledgu for his tenth years work This needs no comment nor is it necessary to say that his ninth year just finished was his best To Farm In Missouri Joe Robertson of Qentryvlllo Mo who has been visiting relatives at Lodi burg has returned home He was accompanied by Carlton Payne who Will engage in farming in that state SAND CAVE FLAT School closed herd last Wednesday Miss Dee Basharn will begin a sprlrg school hero nextMonday Rev Z Ferrpll filled his regular ap pointment here lat Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Amos Whitworth of Lodlburg attended church hero last Sunday II D Liy wilt close lila echool at Lookout next Friday alter which ha will enter the Brcckeurldg Normal echool Master Arthur B Clnycol11b of Owens boro came up lost week to epeuJ the epring and summer With his uncle A A ClatcombIpaeaad through this place last Tuesday evenlug en route for Cannelton where they were mauled Bro Fcrrell is meeting with success in his work at Tucker school house Wu hear that maay are asking for prayer Vo trust the Lord will revive His work at that place and that the meet lag may result in much good We congratulate Miss Davie Cain on her successes a prize winner and while we rejoice that Miss Cain wears the iaureie it should not be forgotten that she is a Breckiuridgo county pupil and has been attending her home school at Betrleyville It is indeed a pleasure tote writer to know that she has won he prize and we certainly appreciate time fact that eo many of the Breckenrldga county pupils made such excellent grades in the examination for diplomas at Hardinsburg There are great educe tional advanages In Breekenridgo at this time but it is only those who make good use of their opportunities who suc ceed Sell denial means laboriously traveling in the often rough and weary path of duty TJnstflfishness moans mounting higher and higher upon the beautiful pinions of love into the per fect realms of joy To the true mothers heart the thought never occurs that it is her duly to do for her child Surely no mother ever felt it tier duty to min- Ister to the wants of her children for it is a pleasure a joy to a true motheia heart io provide to sacrifice for her child and it never presents itself to her mind as a duty It is a pleasure to 1 ve a life of self denial for those we love Hast thou sounded the depth of yonder- sea And counted the sand that under it be Haat thou measured the beigtit of Heaven above Then mayeat thou mete out a mothers love Hast thou talked with the blessed of leading on To the throne of God some wanileiing eon Hast thou witnessed tho angels bright employ Then mayat thou meto out a mothers Joy BALLTOWN- Rev Richards filled his regular appointment at PiFg4h Sunday The roads are in a bad condition The recent rains and general thaw hive caused them to Ibw almost useless Mr and Mrs Nelson Miller are the parents of a fine pair of twin girls born Feb 4th Mr Rlley Hawkins of near Hardius school lioufu ia confined1 to his bed with pneumonia Mr Hawkins is very feeble anti it is feared that he will not be able to recover though Dr Howard his attending physician says he is doing very well There will be an attempt made to or ganize a Baptist church at Hardins school house Thursday March 10 Everybody is cordially invited to atteud and assist in the good work Timers will boa dinner served A large number of friends aDd relatives gathered at tho homo of Mrs White house last Tuesday night The evening was spent in dancing to tbo charming music rendered by R 0 Mattingly and his daughter Miss Core Mrs White house rroved to Cloverport Friday where she will reside in the future Balltown loses one of her oldest and best families by this move lies homewas always open to company and she will be greatly missed by liar many friends Her daughter Miss Nellie is also very popular in social circles She Is always bright and cheerful and shows respect to all We trust that Cloverport will we como and appreciate her ns much ns we rgret to part with her Mr Fladge Whitehouso will take charge of the farm J W Pate Jolly htntfon was hero last week KodoltDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests thefood and aids Nature In strengthening and rocon Btruotlng tho exhausted digestive or gans ItIs tholatcstdlscovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It hi- tantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick HeadachcGastralgla Cramps andi all other results of Imperfect digestion Price lEOc and It Largo slacontains timesI gaum Has Book all about dyspepila WJdIOlftOI Prepared by E Co DtVVITT CO Chicago For sate by Lit Fisher Oloverport 1 If they only could many rich men would erase the W in wealth and write II In its place and so change wealth Into health Its the saddest thing about riches that in In acquiring them jneri often ruin their health and at their prime are doomed to live perked up in a glistering grief and wear a golden sorrow generallywith rush for riches theres been no time for regularity no conSider tlon of right food The stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition become diseased and then begins the bitter and varied sufferings of the man with stomach trouble Yet this condition can be cured The stomach and other organs of digestion end nutrition cart be restored to Ii nor mal condition of Sound health Thou sands testify that Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach nourishes the nerved and purifies the blood that it breaks the bonds of the dyspeptic and makes him a healthy happy man No alcohol wliiskv or other Intoxicant is contained in Golddn Med foal Discovery ft I was a sufferer from what the doctors cWled indigeitlon but after trying several emtntttl physicians failed to get a cure writes MrFranle Jtcricle F 0 Box 473 Independence Jacksctv Co Mo Some of my symptoms were sore nus In pit of stomach fuUnrM tired feeling constlpaUon some times orenee would xlma to bowels Some one recommended me to take br Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which I Item and after taking only a few bottles of Dls cotery and your Pleasant Pellets can say I derived snore benefit from them than tram any other medicine I ever tried I began to gain In flesh from the start SlaTe recommended It to others and will continue to do so Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do not become a necessity to the system they have relieved accumulations and ob structions NO INTEREST IN RELIGION The Modern Young Man Is Cored When the Truths of the Gospel Are Discussed Nowadays the grandson of he Bible worshipers of bygone days still nomi ashy a Christian an educated young fellow familiar with the literature of half a dozen countries probably never has read a chapter in it and never will Ho has a vague idea tbat the Book was lately overthrown by the Higher Criticism But as to what the criticism is or what the Book ho has but vague ideas They bore him and in his hasty march through life hn has learned tim trick of ridding his path of all things that bore him The literature of his work what ever Hint mayii e does not bore him reports of stocks or of new microbes or of findings in court These things he understand What have these abstractions he says to do with lUelIfe His work is lila life Work now puts a stress and strain on men of which our ancestors knqw little The American is in the thick of ItAn American Mother in the February Ladles Home JournalR- HEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured by B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is tho deep seated obstinate cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out And drives from the bones joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 sLarge bot tiel 1 six bottles full treatment 5 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme edy that makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else falls We have absolute confidence in Botanic Blood Balm hence so yon may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NKWB readers Personal medical advice tree Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell tit BIG TURKEY CROP Statistics Show Kentucky Among the Foremost in Shipping Accurate statistics have been compiled to the total shipment Kentukky turkeys during the Thanksgiving holiday season of 1809 The total number of pounds shipped was 2141100 and amount received for same waa 25542246 an average price per 100 pounds of 1102 The poultry business is fast becoming one of the leading industries of the state and it is predicted that in a few years It will be the largest The climatic conditions in Kentucky are peculiarly favorable to raising of turkeys and on many of the smaller farms ii Itho most profitable crop Owens boro Messenger OUT OF TOWN Mrs P D Plank has gone to Iowa to visit relatives She was accompanied by her husband as far as St Louis There is a difference a vast difference between Dr Bells PineTarHone and other cough old or lung remedies Besides cutting the plil gm and curing the cough orxold at once it soothes the Irritation heals the bronchlals and ex bllaratea the lungs Sold by all drug gists I Irvington People IUre Beggingi health instead of a burdensome school tax Ntf IIForof tho state and local health boards threatening j with penalty iu section 2055 Kentucky statutes fromuntilan impure milk and butter supply It 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 expect cholera this year I SAID IT AND I SAY IT AGAIN 1 Ask Sheriff Gardner or the Methodist preacher if it is true w I still- manufacture PURE BUTTER True Butter is high bttt so is the quality Then you save in doctors bills Do you catch Dr P W FOOTE LAKELAND DAY FARM onii A GOOD MAN IONE Mr Samuel Bland of near Kirk died Feb 8 1000 of cancer Mr Bland was born Sept 17 1837and has always faeh a resident of this countr where ho will be greatly missed He io the fathe of fourteen children seven of whom survive him Mr Bland bore his sufferings patiently and was willing to die He bad not spoken for three days until Saturday morning when the end came He told the family that ho was dying and called all of his children and told them to meet him in Heaven Mr Bland was a devont member of tho Catholic1 charch His remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Hardineburg The family have the sympathy of the entire comunlty Weep not dear children Thy fathers toils are oer Awl we soon shall join him In that Home forever mote Weep not kind wife Our Father knows best And he will call un To rest sweet rest EVA POTTS DOUBTFUL As war go to preen the chances for the recovery of Mrs Thcs Satterfield is very doubtful Every man has been is or will be handsome in tho eye of some woman TOBINSPORT IND Wm Tinsley went to Cannelton last FridayRev John Winchel of Rockport was hero lest Friday- J 0 Ryan went to Louisville Satur day with a drove of bogs Woodford Weatherholt our ferryman was sick three days last week Mr Sam Haydon and Miss Jcy Polk attended the Teachers Institute at Liberty Ind last Saturday Hugh Weatherholt one of our enter prising merchants went to Cannelton lest Thursday John K Simons who has been spending the winter in Texas returned home last Friday evening John gives a wonderful description of tho Lone Star StateClarence Leaf sold a span of three yearold mules to an Ovrensboro party for 325 Mr Martin Frank went to Louisville last Saturday He went to see his son inlaw Mr Shaw who sustained injuries in a railroad wreck which occurred sometime ego Mr Frank eays that Mr Sbaw is able to bfl up hut cannot walk owing to an injury of the spine W A WALKER H C BOARD WALKER BOARD DENTISTS HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY At Irvington TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY after Third Sunday GREGORY CQ LUMBER iDoors Sash Laths Shingles Lime U Cement Hay fluxed Feed Fertlllter BIcnnt Wagtai R B KMflag lp1276ox RAI OA L IUGCUR LOO lUTinrituur paAczuTositroa S27B Send No Money aDd S3tw- suu your kltM tmt wiltkU stat number of Inches around body RI bnul Uk n onr rest adir coilI eloMUp ewUr arms sad wi wlJ end you this cost b ipreiiC 0 D sbjHItIlsaiatiasi namlDsI uxltrrltoa M your nunKuprMoffle and U found aiMtl u nprMDUil and th mod WOn dtrtal 5TSt 5W OrhW- of tod ICU 01 coat youcaflbu for SOO IIoIasrpHta elM ILlS aD4 expreis thargsI THIS MACKINTOSH I liii siI mid from 1 wUOf7rMr ta sI pssiaiPshCIWdOMIS1UL- ong doubtS brtaiwd Baetr Ttlrt collie fancy plaid lining wattrproo r Mmwted seams IinrafltedI other hoosi rrotPOranl Mini MckintOSbi D- it and MI4etGMeaiDr Butt aEd OvSreoiU ailroiESOO to SlOtS wnte roe Ira t is soc Ad4reo 811ARSLROltBUCK A CO OIJIOAOO lU kin kNbSI S Geo Ira iawh1jnabiZ1Ia + 44o4- Ii M1LL RBW i N Agricultural DEALERS Implements IN NII iiVei ofi i and Plow Timber 1- i to Order Let us know your wants and iI verylowWe have atf Emery Wheel 6and are prepared at alltimes i pointstor I also putting in a Buffalo Fan Blower to blow onr fires IIWE SELL i Deerlng Ilarveitlng Machinery iiDeeringTlne and n 011IIEmpire Wheat and Impcrltl Plows Disc narrows and Land Rollers Meyers Pumps and Hay Tools The Drown Vagon iHarnessi I Walt Paper Pabu and Oils ML CREWS SON McQuadyKy + + Farms ffrSale Acres Per 300 in Ballard County woo 3060 120 in McCracken County 1800 140 in Union Cpnnty 4500 120 in 3000 240 In 32 50 22 in 5000 40 in I 10 10 21 in 10800 39 in 35 00 60 in 10800 100 in Crittenden County 8 50 112 in Breckenridge County 14 00 87 In Henry County IVmn 0 A1 105 in Weakley Connlv Tenn 12 75 80 in Obion County Tann 35 00 All of the farms above mentionedare offered for ratlsfactory reasons and prices and terms are worthy of In vestigation and consideration of any one seeking homes all of these farms are fairly well improved goodconveniences and situated in the best wheat corn and tobacco growing section of the State Any ono contemplating the purchase of a farm should write rue at once for complete description Respectfully B A PARKSR- eal Estate and Loan 4gent1- IorlOlnfield Ky NtVNJ I GCIIDE UP TOURD fOWES J have a few Barred Plym outh Rock Cockerels Also one Duff Cochin Cockerel I will sell cheap if taken soon These birds are large and fine and strictly thoroughbred Come and see them or address G A FOOTE Box 32 Irvington Ky FARM FOR SALE A farm of 127 acres located in the river bottom on the L H StiIL R one mile below Howard Station and two miles below the thriving town of West Point and 20 miles from Louisville 1SQ acres Iorcleared 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 waterji4tenantble This land is right in themidrf Iofthe natural gas region andwoiftd nab a desirable home PriaajW per acre Any other ihfonflaUim wanted addreee ADlTTOt Loug Branch Ky I ciP44- I V T JI 10bl blJ1 J1I T p n b I c t 1 fI 1 tt t ffi 4it I m 1 ctf itf t- ih 3