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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r I a Ii I i r = 1e i Ii I i f I If 4a 1i l r1- a e a r cOLUMNS j y ALL THE NEWS TZEZ JTS FIT TO JEJNJnr y XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 NO 32 TEMPERANCE y WINS rtwyerc Wortham Handles the base With Vim and 4 Accuracy- JUDQE McBEATHS DECISION t The case of contest anslng from the I Llocal option election held here Decem I ber the 10th to be tried before Circuit Judge McBeath was called at seven 1 oclock Wednesday evening Feb 14th There was a large number of Oloverport people present including some of the moat ardent women workers Harding burg was also well represented by the good women and mdn from all over the M cou1y eagerly awaited the decision of the flidire XR The contestants were represented by 1 11Col David R Murray as formerly i ExSenator J 8 Wortham who was J employed by the contestees made a clear a and exhaustive exposition of the law Y and his speech bad a telling effect on both audience and court His tribute to woman and her work in the temper ance cause was appreciated Senator Wortham is one of the ablest lawyers in the state and is heart and soul In favor of the best Interests off the people When the speeches had been made and a short time had elapeed Judge Mo f Death handed in the following decision In the contest use of Thomas 0 Tou sey Ac aganet F N DHuy Ac from Oloverport the court being oufflcently ft advised delivered the following written r opinion y I agree with counsell for contestants that there exists such room for doubt aa to jpfttbe validity of the proceedings in the ewe under consideration as to render an appeal in the case necessary in order to have aach an adjudication of the question M will settle all doubt and place the law upon such a plain that it will be respect ed by all the people If it shall be held fto KVi kvalid The authorities cited by counsel seem a conflict and the various cases bearing upon the points at issue must be considered and reconciled if possible t I am aware that the ruling of the Court d A ruled of Gods dwell in all who free upon what Is as LofftlOption law for some years after it tt finm exacted were rigid so so aa to be regarded by the advo 4eeof the law as to r the benefits which to re fruit from Its adoption by the i But the later rulings said court con forming aa they db to manifest by its framers decidedly ore favorable to and ifit held by the courts of the Jwye at the con QMf ia itIhold the law the order the county court toe bo at next terra of court alter the direr wy only and not Suppose r Instance that atthe first term the of petition an should be tiled by certain citizens claiming that the names of many of the persons signed to peti tion were forged to said petition and in order to a charge the County Judge should conclude as be ought to do that it be proper to continue case until the next term of his court ould it contended that if at the term he found the charge to be false he would not have the right to have the order entered 7 Many other reasons might be given for a con tinuance of the If the statute be mandatory such could not be had and the court would be so hampered that justice could not be done I am well satisfied that the is di rectory only 2nd I hold that the pn ceedlugs sot on foot by in Its inception is the nature of an exparte and is largely under their control prior to the taking of the vote At they had the right if object sought to be by them bad been by the court in making the first order to come in person or by their and have the order cor I hold that the proper construction of the petitions filed shows their Inten tion to be to have the vote taken the entire district as a whole and not by the precincts Upon the case I hold that the of the Loral Option I have been complied and that the has been legally adopt ed the Oloverport district The of the contestants to the an swer of contestees is overruled and the petition of contestants is dismissed with costs to which contestants except and pray an appeal to the Court of Appeals is I desire to add to this that the questions raised by the contestants this issue are purely technical and with out real merit The order of the County Court submitting the vote to the people lla clear and explicit The voters all understood at the time the vote Will taken the law if adopted would apply to the die trict and with this a ma jority of votes cast was in favor of the law No comnlaint is made that any unfair means used or acts done to deceive or intimidate voters or to prevent a fair expression of the will of the people who had the right to de termine this question In case all doubtful points in the mind of the court should be resolved In favor of the will of the IF j WOMANS TRIBUTE TO WASHINGTON h The storied Past does notireveal nor can The Present show a virtue so sublime r As his I nor shall there any coming time Though centuries take flight bring nobler man I Selfless he gave himselfl to one t Of Freedom Europe had her conqueror Who made her soil a desert in grim wart An4 J oer slaves but this American t Fought for his brethren solely intent that he i Might found with them a happy equal state Wherein the angel love should And their souls peoples know full well That he alone is great who makes w That he alone is strong rules them I Gertrude de Avellanedn IV J llL t F N L w 1 known then exceedingly auiah practically defeat were expected people of the spirit iaeBded are Its operation in materially modifylbevfews TJpea a ooBelderatlon all cases Aifluil arfiyed following 11 tbta ease directing of made the regular the county the fllin of1 r petition fa mandatory filing the oOr 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS affidavit the investigate such would the w be next then cane investigations statute the petitioners in proceeding any rate the obtained misconceived rected3rd in separately whole requirements law substantially with law in Magisterial demur which granted opinion in any that Oloverportt Magfsterial understanding the were any such upholding people vastplan themgreat ISifiAjipeals jsayopMon representatives MARY AND MARTHA The Ladles Reading Club Will DIal cuss George Washingtons Wife and Mother Tho Ladles Reading club had a large attendance at the meeting last Thursday at Mrs David R Murrayje A new boor AConfldcnt Tomorrow was begun and the reading of valentines was a pleasant diversionThe will meet at the home of Mrs Dr F M Smith tomorrow after noon Each lady is requested to wear a colonial kerchief and be prepared to dis cuss the life and influence of the Wash- Ington women Mary and Martha 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 t- A SURPRISED HER FRIENDS A Breckenridge County Girl is Married at Evansville by the County Clerk THE SECRET LEAKED OUTE- VANBVILLEIND Special The Coun ty Clerks private office was the scene Wednesday evening Jan 31 of a quiet but auspicious wedding which proved a surprise to the parents and friends of both bride and groom The young couple were Miss Ida Williams of Evansville Ind and Jett W Hines of Woodbury Ky There was no objection to the union by the parents The only object of the young couple was to surprise their friends Mr Hines came to Evansville the ear ly part of the week ostensibly on a business trip After attending to some purchases for his store in Kentucky Wednesday afternoon Mr Hines repaired to the residence of his affianced bride where he was entertained by members of the family until near the hour for the departure of steamer Park City on which Mr Hines was to leave homeMr accompanied by Miss Will- Iams and her sister Mrs Legler left the Williams home saying they were going to the boat They first visited the coun ty clerks office where a marriage license was Issued to Mr Hines and Miss Will iams The ceremony was performed in the County Clerks private office the County Clerk and Mrs Legler being the only witnesses After securing the promise of secrecy the party proceeded to steamer Park City on which Mr Hines registered for Woodbury Ky the bride returning to the home of her parents to await her husbands return The bride is the youngest daughter of Capt and Mrs RT Williams formerly of Stephensport Ky and is a popular young woman who has a large circle of friends who will extent to her and the man of her choice their heartiest congratulation The groom is the leading druggistand grocery merchant of Wood bury Ky and is a young man of many excellent qualities and is in every way worthy of the young woman he has won for his lifes companion Mrs Hines is a sister of Mrs 0 H Watlington of Stephen port Ky You can help anyone whom you find suffering from Inflamed throat laryngeal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising the use of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP the great remedy for cougho and colds Price 25 and 50 cent- sPRETTY TONSOR IAL PARLORS Time reveals all things and at last the revelation has occurred in the es tablishing in this city of one of the finest apd most modern tonsorial parlors that would even do credit to Louisville The parlors are located at the west end of the iron bridge and areoperated and owned by Mr JE Nichols Mr Nichols deserves great credit from the pub lie for purchasing such appurtenances as are needed to make the shaving man happyHe has two handsome hydraulic chairs which are of the latest de lgnalso two elegtnt and artistic dressers which are exclusive patterns for the decoration of allwell equipped tonsorial parlors With all off these pleasing surroundings Mr Nichols has the assistance of Mr John Wholan who comes with the recom mendation of an artist in his profession If you aro looking for a smooth shave a citified shave do not let the grass grow tinder your feet until you have reached Nichols Runs East and West Eugene Klugsbury has moved into one of M Hammaua dwellings along rail road street lIe says Those who may wish to find the house can do so in this way It is the first houee going east and the last going west Great opportunity offered to good re liable mec Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and InsectDestroy er in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Miss Lula Owen entertained several friends to tea Monday night to meet Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough DEATH AT BALLTOWN Doc Hawkins One of the Best Citizens and Farmer Passes Away BALITOWH Feb 10 Special Mr Riiey Hawkins better known as Doc a highly respected farmer residing near this place died Wednesday evening at 7 oclock of pneumonia He was confined to his bed only a few days and his death was a shock to thd entire com munityToo much good can not be said of Mr Hawkins He was an honest upright and Renerousbearted citizen always ready and willing to assist those in need as far as his circumstances would allow He was kind sod agreeable to all and this community will feel his loss Mr Hawkins was in his 74th year Since joining the church a few years alto it has been his aim to live a Christian life He leaves a wife and ten children and we trust that their loss is his gain in the brighter mansions above where no farewell tearsa jjted His reij lSSpiollowed by a large num ber of friends and relatives were laid to rest in the New Bethel cemetery Friday afternoonAn Life Saved By Chamber lains Cough Remedy During the early part of October 1890 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I fear ed 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 H bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy and the result was immediate Improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy state B S EnwAnDS Publisher of The Review Wyant III For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL Prof J M Pile Formerly of This County One of the Foremost Edu cators In Nebraska One of the most highly prized and successful institutions of learning in the state of Nebraska is the Nebraska Normal College at Wayne Neb which is under the management of President J M Pile Prof Pile was reared in Brock onrldge county where he is well known and highly respected He has been a resident of Nebraska for twelve years and has been instrumental in building up a first class college This college offers all the regular courses of study with a number of special courses for teachers The buildings are large and well built and will accom modate 800 students Board and tuition are at the lowest rates to allow for the education of the poorest The faculty headed by Prof and Mrs J M Pile are trained educators and graduates from the most advanced colleges The NEws congratulates Prof Pile on his splendid success in the western wing of the great educational army of Amer- Ica One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like it writes H N Will iams Geutryvllle 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 sber LOG CONTRACTOR James Harris living near Balltown is fast gaining the distinction of being the largestt timber and log contractor in this section of the county Mr Harris will shortly run out of Clover Creek the larg est and longest raft of logs that ever went down the creek Little Miss Kennedy Cards announcing the birth of Miss Roberta Llnnell Kennedy are received The little ladys parents are Dr and Mrs Linn Llthgow Kennedy of Louisville neo Roberta Richardson of Branden burg A shower of congratulations are wafted to Roberta Llnnell Moade Messenger A Qoebel1 Mourner BiwLBYViLLE Ky Feb 8th 1000 J D BADDXQE Dun SinFind one dol lar enclosed Send the NEWS to Wm Rice Beard Troup B 3rd Cavalry Fort Myer Va I guess this will pay until Jan 1st next year I will go to my grave in sorrow on account of the mur der of Gov Goebel Kentucky has lost the greatest man within her borders L A Foots Ruga rugs at Sulzera A CHANCE FOR GIRLS A 400 Scholarship at Vassar College is Offered to Kentucky Girls VASSARSTUDENTSAID SOCIETY A Scholarship of 400 is offered by the Kentucky Branch of the Vassar Stu dents Aid Society to that applicant who passes the best examination for admission to the Freshman Class of Vassar College in June The conditions are as follows 1 All applicants must be residents of the State of Kentucky and at least six teen years of age must be in good health and of good character 2 The Scholarship must be accepted as a loan without interestt and without limit of time 3 Application for the Scholarship must be made before May 15th to the President of the Branch 825 Second street Louisville Ky Requirements for admission to the Freshman Class will be found in the Catalogue which mav be had on appli cation to the Treasurer of Vassar College Fonghkeepsio N Y Further information may be obtained rom the President of the Branch Examinations will he held in Louisville during the first week of June All papers will be forwarded to the President of Vassar College who will decide as to the successful candidate The same Scholarship is offered again for June 1002 the applications for which must be made before January 1 1902 MISJ MARY VxBnoxrr Pres 825 Second St Louisville Ky Miss ELEANOR BELKNAP Seoy 400 W Ormsby Ave Louisville Ky FITTING TRIBUTE To Two Honored Members of the Breckenridge Circuit Court BY A PUBLIC SPIRITED CITIZEN Mr Coleman E Haswell has presented to the circuit court and hung in their court room two handsome portraits one of Judge Jesse W Kincheloe and one ofI Judge John Allen Murray This was a very fitting testimonial to these two dis tinguished lawyers and Mr Haswell is to be commended for his show of public spirit The members of the bar in appreciation of the gift passed the following resolutions WHEREAS Coleman E Haswell has presented and hung in the court room handsome portraits of Judge Jesse W Kincheloe and Judge John Allen Mur ray therefore be It RESOLVED That the bench and bar of the Breckenridge circuit court tender their thanks to said Coleman E Haswell for his gift of these appropriate testimon- Ials to the memory and worth of these two distinguished members of this bar upontheA New Engineer Aria Warfield who has been firing on this road and the branch for some time has recently been made an engineer The NEWS congratulates Mr Warfield on his promotion and wishes for him a suc cessful and sale caree- rWestward Bound The following young gentlemen were in town Monday ouroute to Tuscola III at which place they will reside in the future Messrs Seth Robinson of Webster Rol Miller Lodlburg and George Bruce of Clifton Mills FOR THE GOEBEL FUND Mrs David R Murray has been ap pointed to receive contributions for the Goebel Monument Fund in this city Miss Lola Henley Is the county collector Has Returned Miss Lorena Wolverton after a most enjoyable stay with her sister Mrs W W Brooks returned Monday to her home in Louisville Im sorry for Mr Roberta said Mr Meekton thoughtfully The idealI exclaimed his wife- I cant help it The thought of that man having to go to all those homes and break the news to all those wiyes who were expecting be iu Washington so clety this winter its positively traglcl Washington Star- T N Berry is quite ill IbhW4L j COLONIAL COSTUMES Were Donned for the Dance at the A O U W Hall Thursday Night Though a week in advance of Wash ingtons birth day the dance given by young men Thursday night was a colon- Ial one and the short trouser and pow dered hair stye of costume prevailed The girls wftS their powdered pompadours and white kerchiefs were a pleas ing sight and the gallant George Wash Ingtona would have made the father of our country green with envy Those who engaged in the dance until a late hour were Mesdames W G Smart Thos Geer and 0 W Moorman Mimes Jennie Green Falls of Rough Lucille Sterett Hawesville j Alllens Murray Belle Bruce Boyd Elizabeth Sklllman Elizabeth Marion and Margaret Bow mer Messrs Fred Ferry 0 T Skill man Roy Heyeer Fred Fraize Charles Moorman James B Fisher Fred Dilny Ernest Babbage and Jesse Willis Mrs ft Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with running sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter leltsA R Fisher- REMINDED HIM OF OLDEN TIMES Dr S B Adkisson who conducts a livery stable in this town and whoby the way is ahanduome old bachelor had an occasion last week to go to Louisville As It is an uncommon thing for people to take a steamer this idea struck him forcibly He made the trip yin boat and said I never in my whole life en joyed such a change the cooking the berths and the ringing of that melodious bell had a fascination to forme inthe ex treme Years and years ago I could relate something about every point where boats would land but this being my first trip in ten years there have taken place many changes 1 I whove I I l Adjourned Court last Saturday evening barely enough ness to the court a All of the big cases were In Mr 00 Shellman of SSophenaport was in town on Mr Shellman is a and farmer of lie save the looking forward to a of and the prospects were more favorable Nervous children almost thin children out is seldom WHITES VERMIFUGE is the preventive of nervousness It the and to sort flesh I and of endurance Price cents + 8 PAGES I 156 COLUMNS i MNNM IMIUNGP POWDER IiilMakesDEATH OF V B BURTON Which Occurred at Hardinsburg February 13th BURIED BY THE MASONS The death of V B Button occurred at the Hardinsburg hotel last Tuesday night after an illness of about three Mr Burtons illness began on his from a trip to Frankfort some weeks ago and was probably brought on by he came he complained of a severe but not thought of it by his friends they thought he be out in a few days complications set up however terminated in his deathMr Burton was a prominent citizen of the county and took an interest in public matters He a Republican and held several important positions At the time of his death he waa sheriff of the county having been elected on the Republican at the last general electionHis took place at the old family burying ground near Balltown last Thursday evening Mr Burton was a member of the Masonic here and the last rites in his were perform by the members of Mr Burton leaves an estate valued at 20000 all of will to his mother t I I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain writes Mr W H Stapleton Her Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have gotten hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by A R Fisher Ole verport R A Shellman Step hensport TOUCH NOT THE CUP From our Sand Care Correspondent Touchnotthe cup Twill bo death to my soul Many I know who have quaffd from the bowl Little they thought that the demon was there Blindly they drank and were caught in the snare Touch not the cup 0 young man in thy pride Hark to the warning of thousands died Think of their death their sorrow and gloom Think that perhaps you must share in their doom Taste not the cup Tis a deathdealing bowl Soon it will plunge theo beyond thy control Handle it not as you value soul Touch not the Touch not the bowl f Court Circuit adjourned There was busi hold week jury continued Town Monday business thrifty welltodo that section Allof farmers are banner crop wheat never are always The doorboy CREAM best strengthens system assists that of which creates strength power 25 wr weeks return undue exposure When home cold much was would Several which active was ticket lodge honor ed that body about which go think Balm minis number your cup nervous J B Clark Peoria 111 eays Surgeons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is infallible for piles rand skin disease Bewaro of counter felwA R Fisher Seucnty Indictments Returned The grand jury returned about sjvonty indictments last week A lings number of them were against a lot of young fellows around We for gambling NOTICE The store rooms also tie rooms InPsecond story of the Bowmer Building are torrent Apply to W IL Bowmen Clever Frank Payne Appointed to Fill Unexpired Term r Mr F P Payne of Cloverport was appointed Sheriff to fill out the nnexplred term of V B Burton All of the old deputies were retained n 2 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 BREUi WST IDY3N J i C Of- A E ReDJ f oq 1DIJ tiss RosaftHtnte Wi tJ tl Ii- cll IfJ EVERLASTINq RESOU lIHhiltS PUOtM- IIW rJij 41- p Probably some one win ask why we wirbouldDot try tp IItatet oipJrtftll e t le11 ucaJjQubntjillI say that mind o J npt 00 infftlmat- eil Education ebould bo the leading topic of this age and I ernestly claim that t I JtlIftIIb tyJ3npl rRW will sooner or later be the possessor lla good edncatldbEf E nQaJWoeevaleB our Intellectual powers and prepares us for future life and enccew m n Inlthophl that Infest the mind oUsl1uhgpeoprd bat ir oWMLJa ties for gaining knowledge are lew That I will admit but the greatest error we makft that wefaiji to improve tbq opl pprtuuitlea we have Some have very poor chances tp obtain knowledge hut good schools are becoming more nmner oua all tbo time so there is np excuse for children growing intomanhopd fU1dwo manhood without an education This attainment ia limited to no periodI ol life no clime no country or Individ ttal fortune no BRB of the world Iud no condition of society It is step by sttpI that wegain tire highest positions jpI this world and the foundation is educfkt Aon From reading books ami papers irelearn what is going oh ItrOund lit Knol filfge1chefJt ul hUb bt tho cliUd h6bd of bur belnfcs in the maturity ofr 2urriperryearenndn the isecond child i Mod of advancing yearB Up degree Pff wealth noIovU olplensure nothing butt physical or mental incapacity can Rive a i lao a right to lead an idle and inactive i IW v I fiMay eY iyij reader dlI these feeblo thoughts strive 100111126 hitworki a JlUCt I I cess stHvetowalk In the paths of know ISdge thaiwill lead to proprity and re ibn strive to Bscund the great hill dstleiie8 untU he ieaCbl8 its lol len sum j mjt ol neyer CedingI Jamo aqd po Bf1t i wenjallgbMa iHumina the dark andJ eltbqlt j In hlfl Bt pg and provq a bleeding to them8ely fr JQd their cpunfry r Che dims i11 atill beatlpsi 2fClf 9ir 1 falllnl9 the ranks and flghtgallant andf loyally for tjiqcause of edi qatleD Re Id toijle c YYOQDIJIr 1M191 FlUn l18i8 Btep1oJhlraniJyou will receive a crown of laurel that can never be plucked from your brow and the grand and glorious cause thatI you hHlipWtod1W0irWPl yai 1 you Hive accomplished will live forever and e 11 1 UWH T WAR TO THE DEATH PcsiSI of the Poultry Yalarr lu t GQh LOr TII a L I 1 iAmerican Lice DestroyerI Kills More Miles I Lice and Other Verinfn 1nHlayu TThan all Other Remedies fCombined Tliij warsonlI TlmdavB of Jice andI vermtp that have donoflo muchrto rank the Ilfp of the pouftryman infeerable and hjg buelnena unprolifablb are ovur Allleti all Lice Destroyer is the proper ammunition tti weli Tliia brenaralion id wonderful in its power and vermin can not tilat twentyfour hours niter it leap plledlp the coop or fowls IKvery poul tryuiftu iieeda it U Jin cheap reliable and elective onl package being tuQi clenttQ w et iO fQ from ml f j n YitIsand veriulu do mor to kill profit than nil other causes comb ned You know it Djnt go 6u IOAlnll ftioii y every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other thlnga wlthi out success but if this falls you can hav ytur money lack We are in this fijht to stay and will back Destroyer agalust any number ol mites or lice you may have Dont fool away money with1re clpla or homemade make shifts Uae ecientlfic meaua The American Life Destroyer has been uedd by tiiousanda of pouitrymen i U his been on the mar ket several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it la allcrlgtit and If It doesnt do the wprk re member you get your money baclc What more can you ask If your drdgi UII dPJ tM lr QtatrPIJJ l heBbehIndJbfget tn bjt case sendj Xif for one dollar box at once Made only ty Atri rlcn Mfg Co Terre Hautej Ir3i ij I i t a e fidxjqn jj 1 i i in i li U18t I The opinion oflcklld aas f ba o4cb alne but thoy are at least honest De on bonlftn to fomlllef Their Uttreuaremedf Tbeyc niuoDWN44 Mf4 j arJoudht i powerItshatterecLItfithilnOtt 4ccthealtbWdand biipfeylfr66ataJldni5glits specWclfreCtIonwins Thp UdlesTvIswy D partmen The Cliartaiiooga M aicbie Car Chattafloog Teritti 10pIJfor UUbiC oC tha wombmi U eotMljcnnd r- fi18 Qq C QTA AN I IhiereLtlnc Chnr tertitMof S at rtDct Tlirtle j Lobster vwhbn young antt frivolous change Jbcjr sbcllB sacral tlmet a nvII ycar but of they grow older andj prjpv h4IS fr JbltinstllilftlJtI f ir h fs tt eketlDJ JI crltl ttool1v biton ltlliltorlOfI eral doystDuring thewa fantJlnQ iot breakage appear down jtbQypiIddle lot the bntk wlilcU gradually grows broader with crww MYl4ue Piece Is the flnfYb Wfflj eallfflyfW S lJr f13GJeaort euablcs tho 1 leavlogtheAfter ln mtbrfU lfw IfrfuVa fhetttuTg gle bfilnlJrrtp1 mllll tho bd ldelli rl largo claws emerge iwUhheJDtdrt eO haustlns that ncarIfq day WWA t ffir rrqlPfrutlHuITltJ pu rl9 i3 Bpectacle1- 1s with beoU aiidAutsEtfffb iphtellt butif the sliiftp ahrf only Wtall Inclosed Tfien rtBb fcorivuslvV m vetb kJtit r rcs Ri l 1181 111 lJyl shell thetttaU Covering is idpseneoVtamf jtll with vJoltnt atrugKloivnthotaIlilaj tr9l iJthr 1 qr 19 l 1 fcrraejcipffJ reafIstyle literally molded tothbtfbrrilci Ji krkctlietiab wbrctHatBostejteeta cd when soft shelled that Is nt precisely this period which Is similar In both the lobster Is regarded by cpl thusJenuded hoSJI TrJbthfcStood Death Off Jp irleuarrrjOm l was soon much bolter but continued tt1e Uj lltUli IrJJOlly red T mtlI IiC c tt fraaaved tns life This remedy expels malaria cilia dls aI r 11nJ1J11Ji 1J1 j q iriwtlio blpad M nldaj andIt tlp djipepala noryppa djse ts Udui y troublr j female Only6O811JVcltlicr Saveq JVof E- taiiiond i peobie hhto an arrange ment by whlqh thvy1 cnn rcgiSlcr the speed of a train It looks Ilkc fi steam gaugfennd ils cohnectodI with 4ho axle so that thu pointer registers Jjfie uum1j ber Pf revolutionsl every mliiutK There are so many revolutions to ffe mile nlfbr1hJjjAA b h ceent tho number of miles an hour Is shown upIon the dial The apparatus Is expen sive as well as dellcntc The late Jay Gould wns ono oMhe first to adoptt Jff nnds ortly after a register wall lltaecd In bis private car Russell Sage wad making a journey with him and Inquired what jt was Mr Gould explained tbo mochanlsm and the usofulneia of tbp inacJijuo with great carc Hr Sago was Bllent tar a moment Jand then n looking up In qulrelIIDoes It earn anything No1 thlhls not said Mr Gould With a smile i rt Docslt r Jsavp anything i liMo Then fwonfai not have it In my j Chicago Record JI WorkingNiffhtand Dayii The busiest andimightiftilr UWe tingaJ hat ever woreimndflHro Df Kings jjfew e Pills Erary pill to Bngarfcq t d CI globuleof h atb that oh qeeBrW5iabROpfl Into trenftbliitl oe a i ttir9Df rgy I bninfag fot raenlali poweja uXl qjiIrp t woadcrfflj InibaiyiflKi UP Ulfb A Wb Only 25c per box Sold bJ1rt4cIIM 1 e Tho QJvnt ledfrHtlttM for tho battle the Chose In public pro wheels and and when V9toreed they HNWellffe tasten- edGJ1JnJ A aly como down l to us In fragments with tho exception rot the ono In thoarcjircologlcal muse um of Florence which Is a unique ex ojwtftBIgai neoJpf TkbpliwJ1 At rtq ly- I Los ofOai tfio fouffeenth ceulflryBTOi I It Is probabl UPplJs3lj1lued In tho I north bYlome tfiiPtm warrior Ibcro Is an entire Ilbscnee of metal In tho construction Immediately on I tho axle wltlJpjJrWjlqgfl10J JlJd01 i rests the basktlJriJbt1 lt oottmttlJ I standII the front and about halt tho height of I tho driver iris cnttro1y open nt thet I back so that the combatants mightI t n Y i1C tm4 find p ngdt ils fe cinie rieet t7 bt th 1t g J l btr i ctlonAiTbere wii nodeatantigenerJ soo17IlOi ii- I I The pole J of Jn Jhe present Instance was usually nttacbed to the rijlcidlb1 pf the tad nltbqugn t outWtltltl1li i edr dficW ltM6 UottIJint ihcfc tSS fabi frbnf to ftflnf of the baskWAl Met J lend of the pole wasJtho yo1flsVwbJcb IIi looked Jlke ii rains horns Dopciftllttg I I from this tty loathe thongs oj X i sbaped piece which P ob1oCI1 pn j J e Iot t o tlJo dqrP lt 91oll r r9b ly rpn ff1 1wef 5Ofi J 9t oun9 f ch st ofhe nll as es1dc1dh lIttrli i t facB1ioriil r Ithero wcro a brldleand apafrWirelns1l I semewjbaln thosatne 6tylentarelln j nseatthiprescntdkyv Thofed woremndo oCJeatber and wez ornamented ulthJ I t WI QtJllT1J1 m I1I l4 r lqh wero passed tbrouth hJJOI lt1Pb 1 t tf F91 r tlluJ fIIQ iAtPPJ stobe tied rou 1 inJs p tk9 fljt io fA c 1 ffhht i1 I t ten r j I fcho Wheels and boawertfTisua iy Of I tlfiIji tour to eight EfokqBlandjX4ipiitlro F got P HrJlq U W ftnt s b A d 1 c fJ1 H irrls lo ThisdcscrlfiBiffiappnea tV flichnrl ots tot a1ihobtrany Jf rtuftratlofld of an tlquItyfbekdHIorBineel consisting xilcf 11 1tJ1mJIJQftn aatk lUrltt of tho Egyptians and Assy rlans with Thom tljiw1iVJlls t1J walllrm of attaeVrlclhcd with quivers full of arrows while those of qfFe o l1s g tJHbtpell i7PI1tiliiln exe pt as rfgar s m ro ecora tfonshrr6 iltii bf1i1tclcnt Britons used a classofcharlots having UIom1r UlJq wUhlmlJ AlelM shaped blades vdilcb cut to pieces i whatever came In tbelr way This was tiro3 bftt1i t vtiUbnbHl tS4hS ThVusfrbf tnobattT6 cLaHdt really belongs to tbobertilc period Thevmr riarstaadlns bythoeWB of fata cHarlot 1erwa driven Inlfrpnfi jpf thoillno jto Jflvlto bps Ile warrjpra tPengettcpni mJI11nni1fruperleil Wzg1ral l falpp6drobi6whef6 Tlldrie 1bjf bHglbal form was preserved Tllo description1 0f tho Homeric battldifcbarlatjvtUfte tore to a great cxtont atsoappUeai iIThot may bo explained frdtff oMitlt r MlJaHllIlltll dotfodj wore let The uppcrrall which ivnswf either wood or metal varledgroatly form andwns Intended to bo grasped 1 by tho warrlarixnxjtBn tn on to thott cjiarlotf while tbq fropt part S9rvcdyfor J jfastcnlnff thq rplns and dip graces of thb wheel horses In tho Roman trf I uraphai chariot a covering bIIclathiir bervcil to word off nil illes iiiid later on the sides were compoBed of Btrong t boards Unfortunately we knowvery little otI the vohIclcjjpffpy9ryJajyse In thoso days They nearly all seem to bo aya flety 9t what ve now Ct rm thogfg ticIOhtiflc American j Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will prove a quIck tnd kute1 cure for droap bcthcrit xhtn ii your children are att ckeJ Ith lhatdre jri 41s j ease you can depend oo thli marvclcui remedy It nnFrlaUelo Ir 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Music Festival IB an assure ct JAl nl Artletllotllth Jllgbeed illltf have been BecuredJDmpnj thbilg- rdlua Whobll 1eenrbO hthuatIlUcil oJreceived in Grans Xind 0 iraJlNeii- orkal rltc 1l Ji1I frtiiiil u J UrtMprtPI ooHft I hirill- CltjfolIbutiVl1 111 auprelty jtat4bf ng lt1qa1lt ttxthiuJfehorunbr WJU BIY4tlhndiof fhe teaulerlppear nlu te Itlnti1klan ih1rInCl q r IIW Be TbhD 1 Joh so do ntf IlktJ leatfeetatgjand hitlhtrodioidtmbllElitLegislature to do away withezaggei ed headgear Let the bill pSST 0The floral offerings at Mr1 ti I JJ- f1neral wero more numermous and were e3 Vtl j 0There idW5toftiPfcBjjlfflutabl1 inrnalism there are papers that have Igh ideals and carry them buli ttEeri reapers jfUe Sheldonejia POt lone tarepbI 1 0 Jt90MJ tcle- an ant ffiey are not issued just fore JfapnajilhcM cjf i q4kaiJ fltherjaj Ar PIJJJPa llpea tJiejtruthtbat rei1dt Hnded or parUsiM8iadv1hHyorenptiB ihed in Kentucky The NEWS is not lackledtimdiCom L oaJUboldly far thi 0-I want to appll lnJ teer ird in Honorable Peter Stirling for b y JlleIIfvl git1l oJ1napeoplethia splendid pleca of ad- c R 9UAhJ1f tIP9IrJQr O tl S e ul tHDIlIiJ1itf Of ii- il1iIiuchmoNo can condemn tocrttIjjBJ tlce of carrying concqil LMJr oIial JJNo were presented by the Worn Emergency AP8oc ton whiih met io ln eedlA l tb can put his hand on UlttHII Shall the Democrat party unite Th 1HIIIlflb4l ek6UU11 mft rr kons Yes if such a mafia8 JW41 ita jof rblr I ardinrs BIIm ir I hav UUlWbR9R 1 t t1tbeO lV n11oD lut lne Mr Har It 1il IhIJYloJJvohtMWIW1U f e Q Wf jj J8j tI tAt J Zr UfI JJaVr lli tt r lee pretended to Dominate Stone or ilfI I Unlr4th 1000 will taes I at uiBWat beYalt 1 ettejg lWhICh the schools of Ametj cq ijrlpenMUl9ttQ nrI Mf D10 tben8W rlc atateh8111Iid i rr l19QlIlO bYJ hlV W iife la l1JlrTpes wIlT Il alon pnb tbro hout A tUJjlnKB Cel f I ParisWtim I 00 u ny ow some peo Fj I IUapotltlo I e11Hahvalff- h I 0 Y08fMtJrO tJ WITH AllIE BACK f daey Trouble Makes You Mlserab Almost ever reads the nel ilapers Is 5Urdn the wonder I IIU mode by SwampRot att kidney llv and bladder remedy cat me ellll1P1I of the nln century d Ieen fYe S r arc I Cftre eyancfla e h der specialist and ondllt1ft n pA1nuri JJHUJUlerI1 tro lea d Is the wor nn of BrlghlwrthDr Is not re mmended for everything but Ifyou have kl eygrb 0 I Ifittest WfOU In hosftltalwork f ro J InS ti oj l fihdputj trouble UB d I n an apology Once Opje Read declarea Aunt PoJT Jfor tthe nftonJ which Utrail jbHig a bethouIILaaat other places I lau he PjYSjJrtj 1 r 1 9 an o J p1q U X Iff X Ja7rtiJnll1ar faces nlsqnf 1lJ Qq nm tiJ1lza1ethi tq pij9 q9P9pf t fJ e t r ena tmqrlt HPIQr efm he w iop mfPl f la n- II tCp r taql 1 O f o qffof t4 J e P QOO nolj lP9 1 r9C p Q za th town Then thera is Henry Lfee infant BOUoIWeed Obelf commonwealth aU torney who too came to Meade nd claimed bwuiflfulifibl Miss Hhllle Wrather for his bride There is acBne PI I e pf Mr Goebel on Its PfKes h gIne 6111eDb1mhand otne ce nuuru no pages are Mrs Charles P yew ber wilt of theMayor of Louisville an Mrs Susan Look Avery a prominent Louisville club woman who has ibeeu the instrument off much good for thi ad roci1ofjVVnrclub Oathi BTlnevMmJielSFeTBOtialfQos8ip isalnri tbefJ I e i IfL n 1r il1Jfd irf 1fttiNJJ m Bome f1kaIUb I and more unhappy than ever whenlheyj t mpib I- OaA refl WlP nVIllose Ity saw one wealthy woman in a box wbar- IJtigyium ndtf tOjth value of 400llDd another S276TXX and that at n low stl tJQejltwsliIV4Il guseJou ledl- to 5 1QQQr Thats all Jtgbllftt bile e thatleblt condemn he teapJljlj we ha to 1 o iuJ HmnK sel and lot when some one next door ntl 11IlfntJ ftI If I were a Socialist n daxrN home I would bo unhappy if I did not dispose of it and dlvldtOup the poo class neh 0 taplnlrt y liE Uifi U m t ry body that can afford it wear d a nd d li 00 I De flSAofdml a In I a inBdeducated I ua umflJ 1fl1e taf t t- 1W SicSpt the mind and soul f HtJIQ Iu3 J ita- turaJ R ylev s a source of pYM7dr Jt ibe na bJ Ialwa- B brJn 1 like to acquirei1 fl1 1UAIilbrcallitd jj- mdJ iu1y b1 h im P p read Ones friends are sometime tBJ5 n r UelfberateMltflhieSB faoWueH tcs 0 ones heart and mind than the hSplks ffiSSn H5sa tiiyln ffnrio roM a I fridSandI as another a kindred spirit is reccunlz iH QG es ieuus KliI3MirwltlrQ WiKU Elrot is notYornrnp A tovftajeyfluflg friend in whose affectlJJi IleA my own Adam IJJedli cOOJIi Uf81Jrstt p14cei lIer stories poems essays I IOVBJ Theytputh rjpPp l hQllt JpJPnp qrv1l 1 IB- Iy rnoJntch R w 1 9 ltl J JfB1- JYttbrr ro1Vg WMlP miteIF Uq 3tl IJ1i y j I If t lJP jt R y pralpI nR PlatfOrmS9r 0ltl 1Prfl orU ad- jj any Innt i a 1t l irs Witth l al qbtudH l W 1itl tIHI UtlmtBt60d- ii that police should belljif ciLatWiy tf1 c IHrlf dthtgt aQ1 thattlno Iilh 1blll1d tYtfe 1Iefo1tltnH s1od ail i queetionMtluloeHMrtohgotoEonJA i strick 11 1e1J1tfO ltIAQt JWllWlltPIul wep Unti t 01 RQPJfJf iI llr statements on the IItumpauaj911 IHm1kr er his namebiultlbosklcken off If l randl aJ1 1W1IhmyuIi0tl n lor e1rola dlaQN ttJlMt JlljloQjJ11Wf 1 llw OAl1dl el1fJI IIPu HMhi Ml- 8fan la it br ll1udj fRRo1 15 p- c1pe uIfJllIt1ll akJlt14IM fuQI1 ItiJj lr- aI1ni bIIQY1 tR UTIIJtflI1IIJflff1JG should be ignored 1C n QWtestt liWI1 to his partyrlMiehasV twltbfl etraiRht Democratic HfBU9nH iB lrlven to up blddUJIdpWfDliJnilllJ lDr lts hIJYJ6ttriI eM1f18 ww 111J1t fBaUohi tbcodllol tla1 n9 ltWl J- W1Utvtlli nQl QIJndrr4I1WtIQ1IPJh Tbelhl rr aMt ftJ81A91JI dQffiMJ tff- inrbmi111 lldU flI1tJijd UJ Ikr VA1T ma8SotloW P WtJUYAI IPo Jlf93- 1i8brtb8ih1j1 MlWffnJFM v t1hU- tt suUIIUeOlttw hP WJlfrp8 lJIJllrr ncltdte6 5fJaeltlllaDJ whJ rr ipUondlaf UI a NllIIJJ d- J1 aalirpl btNIOJJ eH 8 IWI hetd 61JfalQ QfI1W Ail laJbM oJWU oJIIu 11 ntzylimrtl WlwQJ lCfbb ijpcIJta tII 1MlItJAlWJo9 I1IWIIn l1 JIftIItUabHmlWJI many years ago in a county race l 1JMo1 siveral of our Rood citizen one ooWlio l aTirtKoughVwbti tmake a manI I t91rrBqH r r 1 m6qutl1fa q dj I said la friend rwhat caused hi small BUppoTtr JThrrepQXl 1filmpl to lift himsslftbto Jecauselr8trtved 11 fllt 41Iy and 0 i 1t ry allj- Ith ijd glatr omce by 111rIe tI I1aW le ltfali nlJeq re f9r el aW tj tQtll 1o dl 6 t reC4n ld II i hni o d reIIlru 1arft ocia nJgentlemjeh hailing froniJEfjae famles t believe ttioy will make a clean race4 J- IT Ourou Coffgli pCflugbing asJt irritatesi Uie lungs vand Rlvcihem B chance to heaU Eoleyi HoneyiandiTTif ctir Rwithpur causing a lalrajrj in thrdwfng oil the phlegm Hk pommoiicoughiexiiectpranteTTMoormar OWtl i HUT Drinker In C Ile IqutQUei Chile ihas tbq rpputntlon pf consuming more liquor per capita than any other placo In the world 3l have never seen llqubr of nil kinds tconsiitncd In such quantities as here bUt nppfttchtlj1 tbero UI very little drunkenness The dry ntmqephcro and the atoms of sand that one is cpnstaat- ly Inhaling excite ou abnormal thirst nft doubt and they sny thnt tho humaUj System requires an unusual amount of sUmnlnm to sustain the heat add fatigue of this climate 1 am quite Jflurc that tills duty Is not neglected Judging by tbu extraordinary excesses vlilch ore witnessed without comment dally and hourly at everycub and ho 1cl j rhn a dozen cocktails befbro break ftot onp matf nt I julqiio it said to Wqulrti 17 Ib start his machlhery In motion a bottle or Scotch or IHSh wiiiik fiffiWt1 tiicr l n fi wines and cordIAls at dinner brandy and soda eveiy now and then during thq day alternating wth Copious and frequent drafts bfTje r and the same1 rtjlentcll all Uecvc lng TUb ngbt crip of wTilsfianiTa bottle beslde tho beilJln casrfdf a restless night this Is considered moderate Indulgence and itbo WILT they mix things Is amazing lJMvo acen a party of buslqcss men around a table at a club drinking cock tails brandy and soda beer cham pagne sherry and vermuth a ho I same sitting during bustness hours and return W repeat the perforalsncc ser eHlltltneif during the dayOhll Let tel In Chicago Itecordi 1 A WgWqf Terror f Vt Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Uurnbam WacU shelwoulding writes MrsJiLJLXtncoln who at tntfed ber hat earful nlxht but shej begged for Dr KinKs New Dlscoyerf erlutemleCi1r1e1rdUThroat edtlIBhortr 1 l bOo 11 lTo hIn ofIJt4WL UJan+tJ lorTII the only tblhjp bf all scr1 t rack JbIn 11 I CX1 20 IlanIbtigiubgoairer hls lIfoMa man doesnt want toexport enco that more than once In a lifetime wPr wth cblld lbergW8I IillIp1 I en- ufHIfIn h tblf tttiro plctn ler mind bis name hes dead now as J1IHi engineer n CT c to6d iU a j cplt 1lj1t eJ hst4Ihl1di ffl1 through three wrecks a holdup and j a fire Well one day Jim was A little po hlndnr sctidaulS afad made like tiny thlrtg forntftfriext stop There vn a I crossing right in front of hlmi Ha bltt t9r1 1lnl t4 qar ngJle i rft raIY ljtr g n en WbftIJ aUonco oUt tl1tlmp olee tblle ron a Uttle golden hairedtnty rlgiit i Inifront dflh nglne vltiwas1 nil river II ott tAI1tnntj wbcnthotroll1stoptI PcAcTlm rflRpefl lllso o Ipft It wfls twp months before be crept back again to tbnbtlbt b 1iJ tiv r om tb dint crttBslflg bafhosatfthoIlttlo glfrVtll htirihnlP flutwrlnrfHrf Itli6llndlhmrrtdg cmtt trAAqbJtNe 1IlA 1 QMdIlYUhe 16i Pylp pglWMllfl to 1 g lj 1i f Jennc Jftf1r iJIlw found In tho rlverLeslIos Wctikly1- t M fl IllVilii H II lilJ Jl iK IPf QIIIt p g SY YIl aIJI h tiWMkIceUI 1 1 liftc1i u tiluia di slftw t Mm tvwtwtrf- boarstnen and other 3 ronehUt troublUI j tti IilsH JrnUi1ihiJ iimi r 10 Dilttht1l ulrt ldilJijl1a dldlm1ren lfoocs ii rIUlplittlldllslth1J ieasbdwb 81 idestnlptlaDllbeUt tjdhoUti tcsjaurtnt lip JIJ jqUU J 1IP1 Platqmerr i lean ears This terminus csfaur nt tho American lunch UnJllwlibPo pllT iid 1 nrulo llteVidi jUnl altll t tl1b1illlttebuU 111111iWlcft ltu1vo1Ito tRJf9P fP ii1b clt ts1d7IelicSClbvd 1 b cWntfycdnpIb dfeVomf bua dtn1tP hwIkitlih II buMtb sot rnnJstJ1- USOmfafl tltlP ItItt11a 14111J1kll- 2gl11 V JP IJn Sq81JW1IH1gJ wmcocake7 IfE 19n aW Vot1al Ii h an Itttlluttf urnll l1 onn 1iR1IJ2t1 J i1 eIlfjNomer- iitJ lI tltimll yeitl 1l tYIJa1 h1i Uek ibtW1tJrl atogll btfwam IJ ltienqaaOye cl iPIJ- DanlallkJ l dJIfJOf lII b JU1- 1JtPORMd9AA1PMI1ftM JI PI 1J tplfatdeo A Tft1ff1St HijJ GHT CATCHING AND KHUNG THfe MON 6TER fUNNY FISH Ther Arc Flmt Driven Into Enor WtNfMvf t Mediterranean Sea and Are Then Stabbed and Blaihed to Death With Syeari due of the most thrilling and won derful sights In the world la that of tho tunny Usbertcsipf the Mediterranean sea Tbo pursuit of these great and swift fishes Is jiptamcrc tame operation of netting It is n tight between uian and sell creatures such as Id duplicated nowhere except In the whalo fisheries Tbo tunny la a huge mackerel lib Is a predapcpusQsh and hla course through the seas li that of a destroyer without parallel So deadly Is the tilnny to the schools of herring1 and eltnllar food Qebes that bo Is coiled the herring bog In QUIT waters he Is known more gen erally as the horse mackercj The tunny fisheries are distinctly Eu rdpean and they are the oldest Indus try that Is known In the Mediterranean sea To capture them men must baud themselves together In large bodies for fishermen singly could do nothing with these flabes which grow to alength of ten feet and weigh over half a ton sometimes Therefore thorp la a sys tem of coopcratlon on the coasts that are visited by the tunny a system which dates back to the Phanlclans who were great tunny catchers In their time The perfection of this system Is due among other things to the fact that rejulnrIhftblts III normal times they can bo rolled on to make their appearance nt Certain periods almost to the minute yhen they pomp Its In huge schools bat CliO lie seen afar for they scour the wntors like ships of war and the leaping of their prey and tba leaplgs tboideellQlnco they are so exact lu their hab its the flsu crulcn prepare Torthcmal ways bflfdhi they arkjvc At soracdesI Ignn ted spot are spread enormous Acts t exceedingly deep land mado of the i strongest of llnp These are ppf dq efgned to catch the tunnies They pre spread out merely tp force the fishes to edge In nndlh unilf they arc lled to the real prison net which Is a vast COD i trivance set In an Immense squarc and powerful enough to defy anything that swims As soon as the last of the school has entered this boxllkc Inclosure the sides of the great net oio raised at a signal At first the Imprisoned fishes dp not show any signs of alarm but as the net rises Inch by Inch from thq water deaths glertmlug dwordllke hacks ap ptiiillerc and there above tub surface darting with Incredible Bwlftntfe frbm sldp tpsd ot iheMut Each Instant mpre pf Jhesp llvjng blade appear ibove the surface f Then tho fishes begin to leap Itcrll 3 M launches himself straight onfoflho V tort pounds of glorldua llfo to ward vihOstaito crash back Into tbo sea wl Po 1Iie b19W n1 11I1 Wr m es uQ oc df echo liIndl a hJ n the l1s n 1t u fiktoh tt scenfls riB Iftho tibysSes uti tUisel w r epbutlDgthilr Inhabit i ants for hundreds 1f Immensd silver flashing fluhcitlsc everywhere at onco wlt IJODJJj r 1 I plJt 10 1 oJ qV de e t onjcrs PgI nro l I1pll q J I b Intp I iblt Inclolur JP lie swnc brow irIltiilJ1liishI Oght thati 1Istertlblfe tdeie hemen thrust madly Into tho stragsllug Kiass es of flshoB The fishes leap and roll and I tholsellI thojj waves with foam JJeforejuBJony min 1 utes boats and men are drenched with bloody water The surfaco oil thi l Octan lIstedJ JutIor boi ttHbltlng spray peer faces now find iMen thararb dabbjQdvwlJh blopd yu teyvjook human 11NowahVimStfffthS hartlefl flsMa Then itbro 1110 Ilou1BCleamll rom hlacompaaJons I and erica of supplication from him OD CIlII rn1 tq h natron IjQlnt tor It III no I iif himitiP p Y R b9 1 h deljMthroes I rilllll11thaiftnIJcIlMod1Ii alive Every boat Is half n 0 Jh otrpattlII WtffitrhlJ liIf51t1i6r f muYbS11e1treJtHtirn lb1fMIif tho towns near the scene of thft fliulrig ml lM tllIJJfrrl qt 110 I JtW hRfCntfit tp l q pm b Xi luenf u r men WO en null children Ilie jjirt tsnxfdUrlt I 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The Baskett Coal has become the servants standby when good lasting fires are needed Itis the best and most economical Coal any family can use The Company now offers tat a great reduction their product in carload lots I WThist1 Are you needing Coal Write the Pittsburgh Coal I Company at Baskett ffor prices i TAKE ADVANTAGEI IOF THE REDUCTION ATT5NUE Your order will have prompt attention I IjP tt burghC alGoni E1J XYM- SAS = T j V rTt T t i4 of ft 4 T t liivSitt ff fSif lt fS tifyyir fifSft Sitr gj iifr 4 ff3 i V 0- 0JI J EkY I iCAJ j t ltir iiijna i vjiA f+ iK t I 5ili Mlt C ly t It I 1 b I II It I I I I1J1J1 I YJI i Ul 1111 i 1t II 1 JI oJ1 R 1If OIt 1J r1 T jTIl11 J LQ 7 ran ii i 4 1 Ii iiI Ii jf n iiIIIH bt f I 11 ii to iiuUiflVHi 1 f I VIIcI lrt11 5LOO Q i 0 OOf lX1OU 1 1 II i 1 I 1 01 J 7 tI 1AtI 1111 l t I J I I 11 t1 4 IUr I S8l 00 I JIiaJiItX1Qrt11 8I Og r 1 t i R f J a I r t1 I rC L 0 11111 5 0 L1rwortib 10 00 I 1111 oi Ii JI1 f iI It 1 I 1 vJl J 111 11JII JJliv tlIOIOU 1 II 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Bulls Couah Syrup c elCttWIlRIff roncbttlI Jf 1oa n curesr kclIIlI1Lllo bile II 1 eJtUI- nclcota I ftt HIJnen eud SU n J iJ1 1 qlrrb iI 1ft No M iitQ tiRJJft 9 J fEIJOO tIft Gr1000 lf N nflUWMf1IAMU JMIWill 1IIII1JISfuO 1t 9j04AI1d lhltyMilJJ1t11 Ac t 11ol1aI IfoIf V1ArL PI4l1oQQJJ4- II Mplttt lllJ aplJP4rchml tl tIIJ I14idofU wijhtfiWa- Imnw Jtll1IDllot J t V olhrl 1M- 1J n fhlgt tbV4 JIo tN I IIIiju- tqJQvlnwth k c fo 9tPll IlI IIWt1vlld luQfn- 411t I1tJJtO lJItlhiYdrJl 1r ItII IiltaU- TIlOS fPJAIl4lJ1 o t1f f1J I jii IW iM Ulu IMr q flW iiptH nl9 ri fIl 91Jicd116lfifif Jwt F p 4 4THEBRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 4 IBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Tae D h V 0 Blbbago i Edlton and ProprUtr CAUUil Of MASKS trer ATI Hit charged hnIt Uo rate of 10 ttiUixrllif OBITCAKIE3 Charge ter at tbi rats 15eeo t ttrllieM8SEV IX ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1000 It CHEERFUL MEETING TUB coming together of Democrat and R publicans In the General Aware bly at Frankfort Monday waa a peace able one There were no fire arras ex hibited and they pro ably bad some In terestlug stories to relate to each other In connection with their little excursloi to London and Louisville Tho Senate was called to order by LleutonantGimruor Marshall and Senator Carter seated aide by side one us tree the gavtl and the other his pocketknife to procure order Amid applause and luuubter from both Bides the Senate was called to order and the business conducted by two presidents slmultaneoush In u taw momenta however Marshal put the motion to adjourn which WIIS votd upon by the Republicans who re tired in great good humor The Demo crate rimoiued and went through the firm of buslnllliB Tuis manner of conducting the Lesii laare will be pursued until the matte of contest is decided by the courts or some other tribunal higher than lias been tried No town was ever killed by voting out the saloons AFTER the first of March Gloverpo will be a dry town TilE British have a coed thing now watch them puuh it lIiRBAii for Rockport 1I She is to haveI another industry A pants factory TIJE widow and children of General Lawton will make Louisville their home AIIE you reading th story of Thet Cruc fixion of Philip Strong by Rei Charles Sheldon now running in this paper i KiMBKKLY lee ben relieved 1 Now 1if Frankfort could get in the same categor the people might expect a temporar surcease horn sorrow THE population of Manila is rated at 100000 of whom 30000 are Chinese An overage of one laundryman for ever five and a third persons Sons m n have a right to curse their luck This XX Apropos of the Crippl creek gold miner a Up had two breach of promise suits amOi ting to 45000 served on him Imme lately after his marriage ceremony I THREE young men vtlio began their careers as legislative rep mere in Albany have in later years bce called to positions in the cabinet Their names are Daniel Manning Daniel 8 Lamont and Charles Emory Smith CLOVKRroKT is all right She was neve r in better shape for business and pro grew The NKWS predicts that within ia year there will be more business more men employed and more genuine pros- perityi in the town than ever before THE saloons are a temptation and aa long as they are in sight some men wil visit them Remove them and men new er think of them How many boys In our own good town and county have been ruined by the lure aod light of the saloon WK can not have too much of a good thing BO we publish another article on Thieftime we give the views of a noted au thority on farm matters as published InI a Williamson county paper at Franklin Tennessee Tux Senate has ratified the arbitration treaty adopted by the Peace Conference t of the Hague In this treaty the powers agree to use all endeavors to effect by pacific means a settlement of all differ ences between them What a pity that South Africa is not one of the powers TUEKJ Is a great demand among our soldiers in the Philippines for dentists It Is not decided yet whether the climate in the Pacific Isles is bad for the teeth or whether the American teeth need at tention in every clime but it has been proposed to Include a corps of dentists in the army giving them the rank of major WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN is in Florida t Btlll declaring that free coinage at the c ratio of 16 to 1 IB the only hope for the common people If the hearers of this doctrine would discuss the political out 1look and attend to their own business at the ratio of 1 to 16 both the common and the uncommon people would have butter on their bread three times a day and beefsteak oftener thaQ once a week- HuNDacosof young men In this town and community have sacrificed their Habits of industry their characters and their good name at the bar of the public W C 1- x liquor saloon The day for this has passed we are glad to Bay In Cloverport It Is a Itva town and a clean town and parents can move here with their boys and girls and educate them wheie they will be free from an agency possessing such a power for evil THOSE who are interested In tho high er education of Kentucky women wil be glad to Bee the announcement in tbli paper of a Vassar scholarship offered to Kentucky glilf The Vassar Students Aid Society has been in existence tell years and has sent four girls to college Here Is an opportunity that we trust will be embraced by coma of our Brecken ridge county girlsS- IGNIFICANT of the good feeling be tween the churches brought about in ia large measure by the welding of force in tho temperature fight was a remarl made in one of the talks at tho ratification service Thursday night It came from that heart of one of the recent converts to speech making and was to tin effect that he was now as fond of his neighbor pastor as he was of his own Christian charity is a flower that is b- eling cultivated in this town The effects of this temperance contest will be many besides the closing of the saloons it will put on a broader and more charitabli platform tho forces for good and with ia reflex action ennoble those whose object is to benefit others Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Rowan for any case of Catarrh that can not bt cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wethe undersigned have known FJ Cheney for tho last fifteen years and be Heve him perfectly honorable in all busI- ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firmWest Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 Wnlding Rinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free hells Family Pills are the best GUSTON Mrs John SJDurbin visited relatives near Big Spring last week Gus V Richardson is going into the lumber business on quite an extensive scaleLawrence Adams is clerking for out popular merchant Mr Big Loeb Law rence is a nice polite young man and h liked by everyone of this neighborhood Miss Lizzie Hamilton who has been visiting Mr T E Connifl and family went home to Lebanon last week Miss Lizzie is quite a popular voung lady and made a host of friends while here It is distressingly alarming to see how fast the people are clearing oil the tim bered land of this country in a wasteful manner It wont be long until you will think that something worsethantrusts has gotten hold of you The BKKCKENRIDOB NEWS each week is getting better and more progressive One good thing about it is it has not a whole lot of prejudiced political hash smeared all through It the half of which no one could possibly believe to be true The senate passed a bill on the 15th with a vote of 40 to 29 putting this country upon n gold standard basis Yet you see people laugh at that little body of men who met over at Indianapolis in 1806 and proclaimed for a gold standard not even asking for international bi metalismOur W A Stithe staying qualities are all 0 K for he has never been at home even on a visit since being mustered into service at Frank fort If Allen ever makes another race for office he will probably make it like Teddy Roosevelt of New York made his when he defeated Van Wyck for the Governorship of that state on his mill tary record We are sorry indeed to hear of the death oi Dr J Max Wlllett Dr Willett first practiced medicine at thia place and strange to say although Guston is a com paratively new town the three first physicians who practiced medicine here are all deadDr John H Polio Dr I- Ii Anderson and Dr J Max Willett Dr Willett was a high toned gentlemen and all wno knew him loved him Ills family have our heart felt sympathy their sad bereavement There is but one way to settle the money question and that wav is to Bet tie it individually When you cet hold of a dollar hold on to it until you get an equivalent for it If there Is not enough money coined let every man equeal alike and vote for any old money system you choose but as long as you treat money as you would an enemy you need not expect for Mr Dollar to remain in the same camp with you SAND CAVE FLAT Herman D Lay wont to Ilardinsburg last Sunday to enter the B N college John Cahman ofj Union Star visited his eon Crafton last Baturdayj+ and Sun dayJ R Williams and daughter Amble of Cloverport visited friends and relatives here several daysjaet week If you want a copy of In His Steps for 15 cents call on or write to bin Syrena Jarrett Stephensport Ky The items in the NEWS last week pur porting to be from this place were StephensDort items and we were sorry of the change of heading as they did not suit this place The friends of Mr V B Burton re gretted very much to hear of his death Breckenridge county has lost a worth citizen and the temperance cause a faithful advocate pUAhIof the late Senator GoebelIm sorry the fellow was shot I wanted to see him hanged It is no more than justice to still push the correction as the report la stilt used and some have dropped the name and snyA Christian minister etc Several of the Glendeano correspond ants friends hero have expressed aston- Ishment at his unkind remark of our Governorelect We have appreciated him as the instructor of our children and never thought of him as a politician ant if he had held out In his good reeolve tc his lips and stand silent as he had IIbite hundreds of times in the past would his firm Republican friends love him lees for doing BO again Once for all we think an apology to his firm Republican friends and our Governorelect would be Iliorder We rejoice to learnithat the temper ance cause is gaining noy only in this county but in other parts of the state and United States as well The word Is going out all over the land and the moral forces are being organized and we look forward to no distant day when the legal voters of the land will say that tho rum traffic must go This nation has been called a Christian nation but never un til the army canteen is abolished and the evils of intemperance put from among us can wo fully endorse the phrase Christian nation When the leaders endorse the temperance movement then our nation may justly be called a Chris tian nation There is probably no disease or condition of the human system that cause more suffering and distress than piles TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures them quickly without pain or detention from business Price 61 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cent- sBATTLETOWN Miss Lillie Bogard Is quite ill The NEWS gets better every issue Whooping cough is plentiful in the neighborhoodJess spent two days at Andy vllle last week Mrs Mollie Bennett has a severe at tack of the grip Mies Pauline Chism of Singleton vis ited relatives here last week Miss Belle Haynes spent last week with her sister Mrs Annie Haynes Horace Turner died of consumption at his home near Singleton Feb 14th Miss Alice Peckenpaugb of Singleton called to see Miss Llllio Bogard Thurs dayMr Willett of the Evansville Grain company was here last week on busi nessMrs Annie Haynes who has been quite ill for Bometlme is much im provedAlex Cassidy got a clean burn on his lime kilns I failed to learn the amount he barreled It is rumored that we are to have a telephone soon connecting us with Wolf Creek and Brandenburg- I understand there is a new distillery going up in the vicinity of Liberty The citizens of that section must appreciate themMr Bennett contemplates moving to Andyville in the near future He has a contract to carry the mail between that place and Brandenburg- Mr Miller of Ohio county is the most of Miss Pearl Bennett of Cedar Flat Their wedding has been announced but I have failed to learn the lateI almost became disgusted while read ng an article from the pen of the Glen leano correspondent in last weeks issue If I may be allowed to speak in response I would say nothing to offend or create Indignation at any rate like Glendeane It is not my desire Of course Glen leans will understand that I am a Republican and further that I do not attack aim because he is a Democrat but because he completely contradicts himself In the article to which I refer I will say that the article was well composed but why should he spoil it with these ndlgnant words The cowardly law lefying desperate Taylor after saying I gather news impartially I wisb all people from the least known Christian to the highest church dignitary would oak for pleasant things instead of uttering the harsh and Be men whatever hey may Ill speak well of them It- S true the death of Wm Goebel was a sad and terrible affair but why should JOT Taylor and tho Republican party be abused on account of it when an nervy seeking revenge did the deeper ate deed right in the midst of the turmoil when he knew the Republican party would have to bear the blame of hfa crime I trust the divine God will make it right I WALNUT GROVE Items are scarce David Crews is on the sick list Sam Jackson has a carbuncle on his neckJohn Beavin went to Hardinsbnrg lut Saturday Ivo Wheatley expects to return to II linois soon Sam Beavin made a flying trip to lIar dinsburg Monday John Newby went to Cloverport Fri day on legal business David Crews is traveling for tho Deer ing Binder Company Bud Bowman made a flying trip tto Hardinsburg Thursday John Askin went to Louisville last week to sell his tobacco Frank HInten sold a nice lot cf calve to Clark Owen last week Miss Clara Beavin will teach the spring school at this place Mrs Della Crews visited her daughter Mrs Willie Newby last week Mrs Susan Beavin has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Dan OConnell David Crews and tiles Glide Wilson attended church at St Marys Sunday John Beavin and Miss Alice Beavii attended church at St Anthony Sunday Mrs Bud Bawman who has been sick for quite a while is improving rapidly Dan Askin was the guest of his cou sin Dannie Askin laatJSaturday and SundayDan OConnell a successful farmer sold a large crap of burley for 12 aroundMiss Mary Beavin spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs San BeavinJim Crenshaw has moved to Mrs Jane Beavins farm where he will crop this year Miss Mary Baavin is suffering with rheumatism We hope thatehe will re cover soon Misses Annie and Laura Beavin were the guests of their cousin Bessie OCon nell Sunday Mrs Jane Beavin and daughter Mia Sarah went to Jolly shopping one day last week Miss Dessle HInten who has been vis icing her cousin tIles Jessie Ryan hai returned home Miss Sarah Newby entertained quite a number of young folks at her beautiful home last Sunday Misses Annie and Alice Beavin were the guests of their cousins Misses Mary and Clara Beavin last Wednesday Sam Beavin Jr is a hustling young farmer lie is through clearing and is about done breaking corn ground Misses Mary Clara and Annie Beavin Messrs John Baavin Frank Hinten Iwo Wheatley and Eugene Askin spen a delightful evening at the home of tIle Alice Beavin last Sunday Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his childs life by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors had given her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure for coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at oncsA R Fisher HARDINSBURG Big reVival on hand now We have had a hard winter CourierJournal Nawa and Farm Journal all for 125 Rev Mr Crowe began a revival at the M E Church South last Sunday Have you noticed the number of deaths we have had in the couuty during 000 The merchants of this town did a argo business during the month of Feb uary Miss Nannie Lee Jolly of Irvlngton was hero last week visiting Miss Net Beard Rev H 0 Hook has been confined to his home about three weeks on account of illness V G Babbage has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Mrs Rachel Jlemmons deceased The wholesale indictments found against the gambling fellows around this own will serye a good purpose Mr Hugh Eskridge went to Deming New Mexico a few weeks ago and now IBS a good paying position with a rail oad company Baker Bros are packing their stock this week and the Green Flag store will be a thing of the past hereThey did a largo business while here Judge McBeath gave a clear cut decision on the local option contest ace The election was all right and lloverport will remain a dry town The Stone tobacco warehouse of Louisville has placed with Sherran Bro at Kirk a lot of pure Burley and Prior obacco seed which growers may obtain by asking for them Rev John M Crowe who is now conducting a series of revival meetings at the M E Church South in this place till give a public lecture at the city ball on Monday night March 6 His suo ject will be The TellTale Tick of Time Mr Crowe is a fine speaker and will onbtlees have a large audience He asks no public collection for the meet Ifound your medicine a blessing to me and my family sorpethtnglikeone after another rob their mother of her beauty and strength Men do not usually realize how much the mother gives to each child to her own loss Women accept it as part of the obligation of grudginglyYetnew joy and fresh happiness It isnt the children that steal the mothers strength It is the unnatural drains and pains which weaken her Every woman who has used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription has found in it the one thing woman has waited for It stops the drains heals inflammation and ulceration makes the babys advent a pleasure and his life a blessing No opiates or narcotics are contained in II Favorite Prescription I read whatyour medicine had done for othet 70licechwoodI would try It and t found that it was a blesslnR to me and my family I began in June and toot six bottles of your medicine and three vials of Pellets I took your medicine a year when I had a ten pound girl I had the easiest time I ever had with any of my children I have been very well since I took three bottle of Savor lie Prescription three of Golden Medical Di- ecovet and three vials of Pellets I had no appetite and could not eat much without it din tressing me Before I took the medicine I only weighed 135 pound and now I weigh 175 Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets clear the brain by cleansing the body of the cor ruption which clouds it ings he holds but substitutes his lecture which every one should hear Hon J S Wortham of Lltcbfield came over Monday and made the argu ment for the local option people in the contest case Mr Wortbam made a fine impression upon his auditors The case was heard after supper and the courthouse waa crowded with both ladies and gentlemen It takes but a minute to overcome tick ling in the throat and to stop a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure This remedy quickly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasantta take It prevents consumption A famous specific for grippe and its alter effectsA R Fisher STEPHENSPORT R A Smith spent Saturday in Clover portMrs Christ Best is visiting relatives and friends at Petrie Prof 0 E Robinson has removed his family to Rome In- dMrBodenofLouisville was in town Friday tuning pianos Miss Lucas of Louisville is visiting her uncle Mr Christ Best Harlan Morgan is again confined to his home on account of chills Floyd Miller Henderson spent Sun day with his father Mr A R Miller Rev Driskel filled his regular appoint ment at the Christian church here Sun dayMiss Eunice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind is the guest of Miss Belle McCannMrs Hickerson of Hazel Dell willspend the winter with her slater Mrs Bettie Roll Bro Galloway was unable to meet his appointment at Union Star Sunday on account ot sickness 1tUsovlllewith Mrs R A Shellman Mrs Dr Sbively who had her arm1 j fractured some time ago by being thrafm from her horse is able to be out again T R Connor and Grover Jarrett have returned alter several days sojourn among friends in Derby and Concordia We learn that Mrs F 0 Ferry now at Nortons Infirmary is rapidly recov snug and is expected home the first of the month Mr C W Dwinell received the rarest and costliest little valentine you ever saw and yet his friends say that be Is disappoli ted for it was the tiniest bi- tofa girl The Sock Social at the City Hall Wednesday evening for the benefit of the Methodist and Baptist churches was a financial success considering the in clement weather and tho short notice to the public- The Danger Signal was well pre vented by Rome talent at the dity Hall Saturday evening The proceeds were divided between the A 0 U W Lodge off Rome and the Masonic Lodge of this placeMessrs M Blain and Archibald Stiles went to Evansville last week on bust ness The latter met with a painful ac cident by slipping on the steps of the boat fracturing a bone in one of his lower limbs He came home Sunday and is able to bo out on crutches Miss Aunt E Gunning Tyre Mich lays I suffered a Ibng time With dy ipepsla lost flsh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured me It digests what you eat and lI ures all forms of stomach troubles It lever alls to give immediate relief in he worse caeeeA R Fisher ABSOLUTELY NO WEAR OUT TO IT ANTIRUST TINWARE Made of IX Best Quality Warranted Not to RustlNo Limit to tthee Guarantee Should at any timer you return a piece rustqd now goods will bo cheerfully replaced If any piece of ware you have purchased Trusts in TEN YEA RS bring it back and get hew goods Many utensils have been in constant use for over one year and are just as good as when first bought 4 It is true these wares cost a fraction more than others but still the satisfaction of durability is in them Frequently a housekeeper has company and by the use of an inferior utensil possibly just at the time a special dish is under preparation f and certain utensils have to be used it happens E after investigation that there isnt a thing in the kitchen that Y will do This necessitates someone to go to town after one but have not the time Here Ii Ifyou had in the first place bought a piece of AntiRust Tinware this would not have happened Wo rhHARDWAREff h in all of its bra- nchesMACHINES Have you ever used one of our Automatic Sewing Machines They are the housewifes delight Make a visit to our store and see one of them operate Then youll want one McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY PURE HOME GROWNt NORTHERN Irish Potatoesii THESE ARE GENUINE STOCK Warranted be the best Burkees Early come a week earlier than any other potatoe WHITE NORTHERN SEED OATS v 1000 Bushels direct from Iowa Guaranteed to bepure Buggies Wagons and Farm Imple ments Plows Fertilizers Dressed Lum ber Windows and Doors Laths ShinglesItLime and Cemen- tSADDLES AND HARNESS g R S BJLIsrZDy Irvington Ky 9- OOOOOOOQ t NORTONS VALLEY I Isaac Haynps and family visited D H Haynes Sunday Mrs Willie Hook and daughter Lura were guests of Aaron Haynea last week D H Haynes and family vislted Mr John Yates Sunday Barrel Robbins is on the sick list Basil Dowel has the measles Madame Rumor reports a wedding in this vicinity soon Berry Norton and family Charles Rob bins and family and Mr Lewis Norton visited Mr John Brown Sunday We all hail the NEWS with delight for it ii a great paper and we wish the editor much success Are you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses of HEROINE 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 Price 50 cents Beauty Pillows Very little prefume is now used on the hair for the very essence contains a ceK Lain per cent of alcohol that 11 applied regularly will whiten the sunniest locks So there has been found a ready sale for the snbstute email perfumed pillows for beauty to sleep on at night and lounge optt lathe day The most delicate distinction must be made in choice of these hair pillows A blonde should use only a sachet de Jennesee while thebrunettes claim the sachet de Van bepine The latter is fragrant with the white thorn blossom In fact all the little pillows made to give fiesh odor tothe hair with out injury are filled with flower petals so i artfully cured that their original odor is retained I Y- J N + e r tWantedi i 100000 sr i i POUNDS 1 tt- OF iiDARK lI 1 II i HEAVY tII- I III TOBACCOr AlBIB H S 11DAN DUNCAN 1 1 iiBUYER INWNNN ifJJ r I Cra WAWuxaa 1ICAIIkSI WAIEEE I 0 HARDINSBURQ lOARDft At Irvington VTDESDAT i2dYjj J wJ JThirdJ t 0 rt c t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 51 r t w I i 44t i 1i 1I 1 5 a 1P ti A W o I jf Secret of Beauty is health The secret ofhealth is the power to digest and assim ilate a proper quanity of food This can never be done when the liver does not act its part oyouknowthis Tutts Liver Pills are an abso lute cure for sick headache dys pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever bilious ness and kindred diseases Tugs Liver Pills BRECpNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1000 ltrlr pl Irt l t lh IIIp pi The News in Brier JV 44444444444444444 Tobacco cotton at Sulzero All kinds of seed at Salzers New Jibe of ladles skirts at Eulzere The latest fad In ladles belts at Sul zera v A pretty assortment of ginghams at Salzers ardware and tinware a big line at Sulzers The weather has been right revere for several days Mr Oaleb Hawkins of Hardineburg was in town Monday Little May Berry who has been quite ill lis improving Have you seen that pretty cobbler set Salzers are showing The most complete line of groceries rc can be had at Seizers Miss Lucile Sterett returned to her home at Hawesville Saturday Mr and Mrs Jim Lawson of Louis vile spent a few days here last week Little Ann Haswell daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell has pneumonia Mr and Mrs Hilary Hardin of Hard Ins c burg were in town Monday shopping r Mrs Ella LaNeave has returned from a pleasant visit to Nashville and Franklin r Tenn George Graham went to Ekron Satur day to visit the home of Mrs P P i t Archey Will Mullen of Owensboro was the I guest of his mother Mrs Wm Mullen Sunday Mrs John Carson who has been quite REmbrysItfalmprovingI I i Mr George D Grant of Unlontown is In the city visitintc his daughter Mrs r W R Embrv s For fresh vegetables fresh fraU fresh fish And U S bread call at 0 J Hensel f on the corner 0 R Tousey has accepted a positlonas 4 bill clerk in the Owensboro office for tha I Henderson route y Misses Nora Burks and Mary Haflay of Rose villa were the guests of Mr and Mrs rrJobn Burks last week JV The reported victim of smallpox in tt this vicinity was said tp be on a raft of h logs Monday on Clover creek 4 Spring is fait coming and probably S f youll want some matting Bear in mind that the belt quality is at Sulzets- rrr Mrs P P Archey of Ekron who has been visiting Mrs Price Graham for sev t eral days returned home Saturday V Clyde Morrison of LoniaviHe spent rV Sunday and Monday at home with big r f entsMr and Mrs J H Morrison Irs Henry Meyers and con Morgan of Yaitmanwbo have been the guests S of Mrs Price Graham returned home ti Saturday Mr Charles Sattel field arrived last ky Wednesday from Pineville to be with his mother Mrs Thoa Satterfield whose ikealtb Is decllnlngI1 V Everybody should read that strand serial story by the author of In His fcstepa It is worth more to you than gftbe price of the paper i Anyone wanting bargains in harness H handmade mens saddles etc will do gwell by calling on Mrs A L Collins as fejshB is closing out her stock fe There will be a temperance lecture at tthe Methodist church Monday night All are cordially invited to attend A yilastnrer from Louisville will be here Miss Emma Green walloff Rockport Ind lljurrived here Monday She will remain sA oath visiting frelnds and relatives iUMtesaya there is no place like her old Zwtaoky home 1 tk rand Mrs A E Adams left Satnr 1 r tMl te fee gone several months Mr It aae south to recuperate his sxl Dii Adams will visit rela ia OweBtboro during hIS absence Kt awl Mw Jj Gregory Jr of Lonw TUle who oMte dawn too attend toe fuser- eiel Hn Woriea Graham a returned bMM last week They were accompanied rester and bra Carrie and who will make tUir 1 trlthtlw- qtly D John Burke spent Sunday here Douglas shoes are sold at Suiters An eight day clock for sale at Snlzers Extra fancy blue grass seed at Snlzers Dress goods the nobbiest line in town at Seizers James R Skillman attended court at Hardinsburg Mr L B Helm of Stephenport was in town yesterday Are you well rubbered 7 If not go to Solzara for your rubbers Farmers are complaining of the im passable condition of the roads Miss Jennette Waifleld after several days of illness bits recuperated Mr and Mrs Jesse Graham have re turned to their hone in Henderson Fresh homemade candies can be found on Wednesday and Friday at Babbages Charles and Thurman Hook of Harding burg were visitors to this city Sunday Mrs Hale of Hawesville was reg- Istered at the Mitchell house yesterday J D Breashear spent Saturday and Sunday in Owensboro with his family John Ely e one of this countys enter prising farmers was in town Monday Charles P Cabbage of the American Grocery company was in town Monday Mr Thomas Geer of Hutchison Kan is the guest of Mr and Mrs W G SmartMrs Forest Lightfoot has been sutler ing from an attack of chills for several days Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Misa Allieno Murray last week Farmers go to Sulzera and Investigate the workings of their harness mender It is a money saver All of the ladles ought to wear one of those pulley belts something strictly newat Sulzers Mrs James G Harris who has been in Louisville having her eyes treated has returned home- Mesdames James Stites J H Row land and F M Smith were in Hardlns burg Wednesday Miis Jeunie Green of Falls of Rough was entertained at the Fisher Homestead Saturday evening Mrs TJ Mlnary of Louisville was the guest of her father James G Stephens of Addison a few dave last week Miss Maggie Penner has returned from Henderson accompalned by Mrs James Penner and little daughter Annie May Miss Alliene Murray gave a small din ner party Thursday in honor of her guest Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Llge Gibson a member of the firm of Gregory and Gibson grocers is off duty He has a 5 boil that prevents him from workingT Young one of Union countys most successful grain dealers spent Wednesday night with his daughter Mrs Oharlesll Skillnnn Mrs Riley Olemmons an old lady live ing out on the Hardinsburg Pike died last Wednesday She was about Seven tytwo years old and the motherinlaw of George Blake Jeff Hambleton one of Hendersons leading business men was in town Thursday the guest of his sister Mrs 0 E Lightfoot Mrs Rutledge Will Preside At the meeting of the W 0 T U at the Baptist church Monday night Mrs W B Rutledge was elected vice presf dent of the union to preside in the ab sence of Mrs James A Stiles who will be out of town for some time The or ganization will hold its next meeting at the Methodist church Monday night Feb 20th Save doctors bills by giving Foleys Honey and Tar to Infant and children In time to prevent pneumonia or croup which are fatal to so many thousands of babies Moorman Owen Notice- I have turned my accounts to be col lected into the hands of Mr John T Hughes of Falls of Rough and he is hereby empowered to receive all money on accounts due me Gras T HARRIS M D Still Loves the People of Her Former Town Mrs Dr C E Cox a former resident of this city but now of Cannelton Ind was in town yesterday Mrs Cox was glad to meet her old acquaintances once more and to a NEWS reporter said There are many changes noticeable to me in the way of progress and the erection of new buildings As to living here again she said I still have a deep fondness for the town and her people Return Hone James 8atterfleldwho bas been here a few days at the bedside of his mother Mrs Thos Satterfield who fa very ill returned Monday to his home at Pineville Agents on salary of 1500 per week d expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every tock and poultry raleer buys it on sight Hustlers Wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Go Terra Haute hid J l DEATH HAS- CLAIMED HIM DR J MAX WILLETT DEAD Was a Prominent Physician and One Who Has Ended a Life of Usefulness Dr J Max Willett died Friday morn ing at the residence of his fatlter Jn law Dan Roberts Sr Dr Willett began his medicalcareer in this county He marred Mica Ophelia Roberts and settled at Ekron No man had wielded a greater influence in the little town no man had warmer and truer friends and all were loath to give him up when he left with his family to make his home in Tennes seeHis health began to fail there and with his family he moved to Colorado in the hope of regaining his health and wasItoo much for him and not a year did ho remain in that place Last week his wife accompanied by his brother Rev Authur Willett and wife arrived at Ek ron with him He was taken to Dr Shackletts for several days but he was anxious to got on home and on the Oth he was moved to Mr Dan Roberts Dr Willett was one of the leading physicians and surgeons cf Tennessee In social life he was an agreeable com panion a mot interesting conversation alist exhibiting a familiar knowledge of all questions of interest and controversy But alas 1 alas t his giant like mind is no more Hiestately step will no more re sound in life His dignified bearing and lavish liberality from the almost boundless 1 store of his knowledge are swept away in death Hip great soul rose su perior to selfishness and that which gave him most pain was a realization that he lacked the means to satiate his boundless benevolence in endless beneficence Being surrounded by most all his loved ones his death was calm and peaceful His last words were The Lord loveth the ones he chasteneth The family have the heart felt sympa thy of the entire community The fu neral service was held at Buck Grove church the 17th and the remains were carried to the last resting place in our peaceful cemetery New Telegraph Office Mr Eugene Kingsbury has just com pleted a building for the Henderson route at the shops which will be used as a telegraph office Mr Kingsbury says It is as neat an office as any they have along the road Takes a Rest Sam Board operator at the shops has gone to his home at Haidiniburg Mr Board lain ill health and it lis to be hoped that the vacation will prove be neficial YOU cant Dodge Them I Did you ever try to dodge the raindrops Did not succeed very well did you Its Just ns useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption You cant do It They are about us on every hand and we arc con stantly taking them into our lungsThen why dont we all have this disease Simply because these germs cannot galna foothold in a strong throat and lungs Its when these are weak that the germs master The body must be well supplied with tat The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body is thin If your cough does not yield and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore you dayTake Scotts Emulsiono- fCodLiver 011 with Hypophos phltes at once It will heal the Inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well The digestion becomes stronger the appetite better and the weight Increases The whole body becomes well fortified and the germs of consumption cannot gain a foothold Its this nourishing sustain lug and strengthening power of 5COTT5 EMULSION that has made Itot such value in- all wasting and exhausting diseases pc stcoo aU cIrugIo SCOTT llSOWNJI Cbmbu Hnr York IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Crutcher of Garnet a ville are in our midst Mrs Ohas Drury is In town combining business with pleasure Our assistant postmaster Is the finest boy in town He Is tip top Miss P nlck of near Rcsetta is with her brother for a short stay For sale or rentA firstclacs livery stable Apply to McGlothlau Bros Mrs Perry Weaver is with her father and mother at the Washington place Mr Chandler stopped off on her way to Hardinsburg to visit oldtime friends Mrs Montgomery and little Kathreen still linger with friends iii Fordsville KyIf you want toheara sidesplitting joke call on Dick Hardaway when he is not busyMrs James Smith makes quite a lengthy stay with relatives at Clifton MillsQuite a number of our prominent masons attended the funeral of Sheriff BurtonMrs Leu Moorman is visiting her son Dr Moorman wife and baby Lewis Ben nett Moorman In the absence of Rev Mell his pulpit was filled by a young man from West Point Brother Humphries Clarence McGlotblan has secured a po sition with the large hardware firm of Bishop Co Louisville Fortunate is the farmer who has the good sense to know when he has just enough land to care for properly Everybody should read lheedltorlala in this our own paper and remember that a trueblue woman has been added to the editorial staff We will be very glad to see the letter from Herndon McGehee mentioned in last weeks issue as he Is very closely identified with this community Some people would gain decidedly more by adopting the old business motto Live and Let Live and not allow their greediness to swallow up their principle Ladies remember that Delftware at McGlothlan Piggotls Pudding pars cake pans tea kettles coffee pots cup and saucers unbreakable itew kettles frying pans everything tho house keeper Leeds The Ladies Aid are always prime movers in some good work and are now busy making a rag carpet for sale Look out for something nice energetic housekeepers you will need this when the spring cleaning comes on Every real good farmer that takes pride in his various belongings will call and see McGlothlan Piggotts full stock of all kinds of the best harness made land saddles that are made both for beauty and comfort Mr and Mrs Henry Herndon who have been the successful proprietors of Doe Run springs forthe past two seasons will in all probability take charge of the famous old Grayson Springs this year They have had liberal offers to go there Ladies dons forget to see McGlothlan Figgotts willow rockers if you want to enjoy the long lazy days that are coming and you will need a new machine to do the spring sewing They carry the kind you want light running either chain or lock stitch Dont fall to see them H M Wills an elocutionist of Indian apolis entertained n small audience at the college two evenings of last week His recital of Rileys humorous produc lions captured the house but the rendi tion of Benedict Arnold surpassed all ex pectations Mr Wills poseefses extra ordinary powers as a character delineator The slowly lengthening days are here and winter mingles with spring and snow and frost and sunshine alternate with rain and inclement weather It seems that we donot have the cold win ters of long ago with their months of skating sleighing and coasting yet the frost king girds on hia armor sometimes and gives us such a treat as the beautiful snow that fell on the 16tb It must have been an inspiration to tome local poet I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tned doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Dyspep sia Cure That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spepsia A R Fisher ELECTRIC CHAIR IN NEW JERSEY Dill Introduced at Trenton Doing Away With the Gallows Mr Abbett of Hudson county introduced a bill this afternoon to substitute the electric chair for banging in New Jeisey He says public sentiment infavor of ex ecution by electricity is growing rapidly and sooner or later the gallows will have to be given up Mr Benny also of Hud Ion county put in a bill providing that in murder trials if a jury returns a verdict of murder in the first degree accompanying the finding with the phrase Wlthotu capital punishment the defendants punishment shall be Imprisonment for life NY Sun t Beneficial Joseph Smart county was in town Monday He has in 40 acres of wheat aadsald recent snow was in every way advantageous to It 1 WANTS 1 tiwa tia9Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of ont cent a word each insertion FOR SALEBURIUNK PROPERTY FOIl SALE Iturbank Property lot no City CloverporU Address A T BUKDANK Hender onKy STRAWBERRY PLANTS SeediJ flog just out e FarmiEOToblnsportInd FOR SALEEWES AND LAMBS SALEAt n reasonable price a bunch of FOR UVes and high grade LmbEIGAll UOODMAN llardinshurg Ky FOR SALERE01STEUEI CATTLE DnrMj ham Cattle Either sexLIEN A STIT1I Klitabcthtnwn Ky u FOil KENTSTOKE KOOM3 OR RENT Store room In the Ilowmer build Ing Also room on second soar in tame ulldingApply to W It llowmcr FOil SUEWAGOY I7OH SALE One two hore threeInch Old JL Hickory Wagon ceoJ as nw cheapM II llEAItD lIardlnsburg Ky FOil SALE tplIK Austin Deavln homestead containing 63 JL acres a house barn orchard and tome timber Alioonehalt Interest In the store houie oc cupied by Mr Hatwtll IIn the city rfClovtrport K A ilEA IN J Co JIATTINGLV If Administrators LEGALI HUNKS t andtLegall t DOE NEWS OFI + ICE TUITION SALE Ceriihcate in Bryant S Stratton FOil College Louisville KY Apply to lECKKNHIDGE NEWS OFFICE NOTICE Local Option Election LEGAL VOTERS OF THE COR TilE limits of the town of Irving ton in the Fourth Magisterial District of JJreckenrldge county Ky are hereby notified that a poll will be opened at Ir vington on the 28th day of February 1900 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county ofliccre upon the Sflrltuousvinousbartered or loaned in said town and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said town This 10th day of February 1000 V B BUUTON S B 0 Bv A MOMEADOR n S Kentucky Breckenrulge County Court Regular Term January 23 1000 0 0 Smith and othersOn Petition APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC ITtion of the Court that the petition of 00 Smith and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the Breclcenridge County Court and filed in this Court on requestIng IrvlngtonBreckenridge 28th day ol February 1000 to take the sense of the legal vrters 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 of Irvington and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists In said town was signed by more than 25 twentyfive per cent of the IeI gal voters of said town cast at the last preceding election held in said town It is now ordered by the Court that the request of said petitioners be granted and that an election bn held on said 28th day of February 1000 in said town to take tho sense 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 j and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibi tion shall apply to druggists in said townAnd it is further ordered that the Bherlfi of Breckenrldge county open a poll in said town on the said 28th day of taklnRIthefor county officers unon 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 law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said town and said sheriff is ordered to give notice of said election and bold the same as required by law and the officers of election appointed iy the election commissioners of Breckenridge county to serve at the November election 1809 shall serve aa officers of saidelection and the sheriff shall so notify them anti this cause is continued copyAttest OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk The Editors Mistake Editors have their troubles One of these men who presides over the destinies of a Western newspaper is mourning the Oil of two subscribers One wrote asking how to raise his twins safely while the other wanted to know how he might rid his orchard grasshoppers The answers Wont forward by mail but by accident the editor put them into the wrong en velopes so that the man with the twins received the answer Cover them care fully with straw and set fire to it and then the little pests after jumping In the flames for a few minnteswlll be speedily settled And the man with the grasihoperi was told to give castor oil and rub their gums with a boneGrit- Lyona Laxative Syrup absolutelyharmless the kidneys liver and bowels cures con stipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child ren as well as adults Its a Waste of Time TO LOOK ELSEWHERE FOR YOUR SPRING GOODS We are receiving every day New Dress Goods Ginghams and II Trimmings- We have made a special effort in this department to please all prospective buyers A peep at our new line of skirts will surprise yo- uTHEYAREBEAUTSI ARE Many new things in pur NOTION DEPARTMENT await your examin- ationSULZFH PHONE 5 RING 2 iJ 1t71 tisbiblebrY1rlid1era lrlY1ri71ryrfl ac 1E1 lW IlvIl Ua tai1ii 1 UIrJ Tylrylrftr Mt yi ijras 1 Evj Thea Cream of the Season 1 I IIAlways in the Lead with Ife Seasonable Goodsr1J IFine Mackerel Sweet Potatoes Carrots CeteryII Full line of IIHeinzs1 CATSUPS and PICKLES y IComptete assortment of Fancy and l Staple Groceries andH II I eiPiEir1- t t t t t t t a t t t t t t l lt i t i t AdministratorsSale Tho undersigned Administra tor of Rachel Clemmons de ceased will on Wednesday March 7 1900- at her residence near HITES RUN offer at public sale to the highest bidder a lot of- Fanning Implements Household and Kitchen FurnitureLive Etc Sale on a credit of 0 months for all sums over Ali Under that amount cash on hand V G BABBAGEAdministrator New Boat Contractor James Lewis who has been at New Albany Ind for nearly two months working on the new tow boat being constructed for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co returned home Saturday The boat la 130 ft long 30 It wide and has a capacity of eighty tons The boat bears the name of L H Burham She made her trial trip from New Albany to Haweavllle Saturday covering the entire djatance In six hours Her speed estimated at twenty milea per hour R d Kirks 5 New Store jSj surprise your purse Everything i- nStaple and FancyGroceries S S FURROW Kirk Ky Hauling lor Teamsters Qua Gibson la working extensively inthe timber business lie has scattered over the county in the neighborhood of 4000 ties The entire lot will have to be hauled by wagon to this town Dont let the hand of time paint bykeepingthe organs in a healthful condition HERDINE will do this Health k youth disease and sickness bring old age Price 60 tents L I i l i i r i i r 4r 1 ifit rlM y mr r V 1 t 0 8 TffWrBR dk RbtMlE 3 WEs1ij R 0JICI 7 k J = J tL fI1eJJff gy 4VJ to IfRITTT1Ir Lrt By REV CHARLES M SHELDONy rjAuthor OL InlJifs1Stcps1 VhntlwJuJd JltlJs o lulcolJ- 1KlrkjUoberHlnrdy Seven Days Etc CopyrIgtod IEiOrbyThOtdOC o Publshlngco tm i l1mrInnn n flraw the pcbprothat dlst riccCocowo within church Influence The tact Ot the matter was the seven churches of different dcnomluatipus In Milton had no living connection whatever with nearly onehalf the population and that tho most needy half of the place The longer Philip studied the situa tion the more unChrlstlan It looked to him und the more he longed to change It He went over the ground again and again very carefully HP talked with tho different ministers and the most advanced Christians In his own church There was a variety of opin ion as to what aught b done butnd one was ready for the radical movo which Philip advocated when bcjcamq to speak on the subject the Jlrsi SUnS day of tho month CHAPTER VIII The first Sunday was beginning tp bo more or less dreaded or anticipated by Calvary church people They yerp learning tp expect something radical sweeping almost revolutionary In Phi- lips utterances on Christ and Modern Society Some agreed with himos far as he had gone Very many lied been hurt at his plainness of speech This was especially true of the prop erty owners and the fashionable part of the membership Tet there was Ie fascination about Philips preaching that prevented so far any very serious outbreak OP dissension In the church Ho was a recognized lleader lnlJlg presentation of truth Jic was Jargft minded He lied the faculty of hold Ing mens respect There was no mis taking the situation however Mr Winter with others was working against him Philip was vaguely con selous of much that tJJe nptf jvokk out into open apparent fact jNeTcrtbe less when be came up on tbd first SunIday of the next month and began to an nounce his subjectJ he found qu audi 7doors7 numbers of men from thewiPffiip mens district with whom Philip1 Lad talked while down there It was as before an inspiring congregatIon aiil Philip faced it feeflngshthfl bis heart that ho had a groat spbJCct tounfphli i nnd a message tb delfvcr tQttii e chjirchr of Christ Buch as hotxiuW not butbe llevo Christ would most certainly pre sent if ho were living today In Milton Ho began Uy describing tbe exact conditionloto nlJllbllltiUi ITo ast slst tjiils jlrbu tit ii with him Into the church Ills map of thotownILook now bo Kild pofntlug but the different localities ii Ml Jrpct where wo now lire Here are seven of tbo largest churches of tbe place ou this street Tbe entire distance l be qINingsa mIle Three or the hJ1rJIie t1lrqp1zI rlcl1arncterrl In the vicinityI of tfilfstToetJ It IS1 Ttbat Is called iloslrublo that JIs thp homes nre tthe very finest ariirtbte pco pIc almost wlthoutoicoiitloii are re fined respectable well educated and 1llrisUIlU I hiiraIin7l IlVitljj li I cpt tho town centers about B sfrcct iVllI Itnehin I mpstfashionablejnades It Is well lighted weft pavcij Mcll kept Tho people who come pot of thei houses On nfitpetfiro always well drljMe t The pjpblefrho go Unto telldressdyou COn hlJI lr 1lJhpIIalslng tits hand wIth IgdfltVttLIre Iso not Ont ttoh1 I306 tIUnc1 lint I eonS 7t conIrort4lTelookagainst die people who present sucl nii nppiarnticp Tar ffmjxlt I simply rnentinn this tit to make the contI lit 1nUl grg tu rluw you all the plLIfte For lkt UM liaxo 15 stijeet IiOflhilejOr- dOWfl luto tlitJilufebyitlicTlrer wlKro 1rjj omIfII wlsli iou JWOid note irat gtlie dlEtflh1ftjiioijJfirct and Ihto r churchoH to I 1dM tteuemcnt districtI tjt ovJinILInhlet Tliouses farthest from our own clutch IFIFulldng It Ii IIJII and hceoqun rInd w t8if1OOi lUftrlt in1 s fyirlng iKarl two by three miles tfiifrq TbereGq4wolield WillPiVrillrtrdltlvFhalB wBV J Qtvery f5inJTjrn Ipjidfyl of chilfii tf1eet but n1nfrthiliy Is b4 biLiil4ctlacl rbTtIITItJirriirttII mtp tt- tllo J1 ttf iiittt111 tlttiro abunt iJnhtl W1u IHlfiPIl dAWn 1AfPnJq of tbtjj fihettptrsjt Jescrllltpij The 1q9p1p ti II W91drcsse1dirty lIiIjlrAJdAWh WtiL S rcftrcs jfl irpraenAUeo r plca wrl u 1 pnliJ1IJ1J thy shJq ylpJtje1 It I t AHtitbtgWthere A6iefioyibai IKz not now speak1ngt1ingIp- lo They are almost without czccp tica law abidinirt JJut Jb wtrtpwji IIKo ours the floatlngpopulallon office and crime seeks naturally that part of a town where the poorest houses ares and the most saloons and the greatest darkness both physical and rnprnlf If there Is a part pf this town which needs llftlh upI and cleaning and heal ing Dud Inspiring by tho presence of the church if Christ It Is right there where therr Is no church Tho pcdfclo on B street and for six or eight blocks eacb side Know the gospel They have large numbers of books and papers and much Christian literature They have been taught the Bible truths theyTro famllllar with thijin Ofj ifrhint value is It then to continuo to support on this short Street sOl ncjii to ctlier seven churpli03pf nstniany dlllcrcnt denpm1 nations which have for their members the respectable moral people of the town I do not menu to say that the well tp do respectable people ilo not need the influence of the church and the preaching of the gospel But they pan get these privileges without such a fearful waste of material and POW churphesdnSVo are waiting our Christianity irtlr the present arrangement Ve arPglvI andycllltochurch as we are giving the poor tbo Ignorant and the struggling workers In the tenement district There IIs no question there can bQ no quc tlqn that all this Is vtorig It Is opposed to ev cry principle that Christ Mvoca aJ And In the face of these plain facts whIch no one can dispute there is a duty before these ch rcbso tblsj street which cannot be evaded without denying the very purpose pfj a church at fsjtlmdntyr which Mfaniiibw gonpt Lto urge ipoti Oils Calc4zj curch lilt fhiA f ucch JDldt Tsplno of the ministers and members of the churches that we mlrht cpmblno In an effort and f lonfJ Jlymlndwpul not settle the prWiicmj tjaiasiJtjBhoulibe settled Itjlirauj easy and lazy thing for church jcn mi bcfSj to put their hands In their tHJcki1 efs and say Io7 14 ffet outer church te mljers JWp yli f help build anIsiI sro1 Ji YfJI wh run It after It frip4 wiY ill tiezW our church up Itowr torfthovlia ArlU meet the ncegs of the sifnai1 ridnt W1nt hat wrttafilimon needs KM 21iJiJJ of 1S UdJtpits jnjm Ders tho whole church on the largostj r gbingirtbI I lwl fcl xi behove Christ would advocate If not In the exact manner I shall ex plain atleast In tho Bamcflplrlt j J ttlllp kpaiised hf ihbiaent land looked I pri the congregation earnestly jjiojexpectation of the people was rQuscd- almopt to thijIntofa sensation bitho- veiitoffl c i j I1tIcsbuildIng hioru oud boinqycd frpinJts jiJ jireient foundation witbphtiBeHpus damuge to Uio tructure Apart of It11 1y2h1 1i J2 to J2rl down ti assist j the iiiovlng but It eourltenslly litYre- p4ce1 The Px1icics puhJ1not b ixiore tfhhr woeo rd1k1Ir giicet1 i ward out bt dethaHl ttc tiropety Iii i free from incumbrancc What I proV pose thcrcforejjit ru try simple thIng that wo raqf 4 Jcjirc church cdlflcb down Into the heart of the tenement district where we can buy a sultablb lot for a comparatively small sum and at dried beyin the W0rkOfZ GliBstlan church In tho TOry rieJ bbh65od wberb such work Is most tjpcdfJv LJVIO J There are certain olijections to tlisI- IUI ij II tiispwcaI th cdrde 1ilWl and 101 t Ft fiipyjiepbers wlhi nfinf I f 11 l working and fcllowshlplng with tho sc4rvqInc tiUfalQ IlsflliftJhDJ wSlIi111 wt Jltul1lffVIJyembenut which I prodSetCiKJp lunfcft that It bo done it will be a live Illustratlc oihje1 t flfiVI church tojca MisllVe InJn ftfc1 Vc rrttmt o- tfStcn mHrlnif tfaw street ftf The fthntIT fljJkjttbiJ- will ljijn oJet Iwon to tIm eopf and tJ1ItUJi1Illnt co lgln Jd mean something to them Once cstap4 IHhtflJtluiiaJmfcn work from It as- dlscourngcmyp tUP D 1f healthy person1- ierq1rrJs non rqun voman Inthl ciurch wh fjntmr 1Wgr dncJn tII do sotWakt WIEo lti xnthi liNHlfIl c tnohidntdIsLaotaa IJlloe agalntSaf1ct 1171 abChkitjliauichiukab taznberLia- willing tq1flturqttIglq apflflc fakPlflI I ft ob1 tfnebImsej biukroiit iiidr fI 1 il lI4AtH1R A te1tq ds and to our ichristian growtn tt Pent WP go to church We 11stell 0- Irood k cholrwesmlwmeaaalnwe have I iI rjq trJ iitatL arcIj 1 IW ll otlid Jerfwe 4fomtol1nbtdn wato n9 qlmturt I ot dIagi1ecalo br uif- ongenInl Joplelf I j lint itt1nf hristianitr viilro ito the Bbrvlcd and the self OiHIdl IiI tlibl- vorkfh1 j J i fOrmeugsoiIg caine hi7Al 1this1 don of men W thIs place Id It JhHI tlahity to have a comfortable church and TEXT trr it once or twice a week to enjoy nice husIenntl listed to preach log anti then go home to a good din ner and that lsflbput all1 What have we BacriOcedT What bavo wo denied ourselves What have we done tbi show the pppr br ihe slnluTfhat we care anything for their stints or that Christianity anything but n comfortable select religion for th iiwti9 can afford the good tblugsof the World What has tb church In Milton dono to 1ntJtIsi brotherhood of man Hut suppose we actually roovp omr church dawn there and then go there ourselves wcoftdays and Sundays to work for tim uplift pf immortal beings Bball we not then have the satisfactipn of knowing that we are at least trying to something more than enjoy our church all oUr ourselves Shall wfr not be ablp to hope that we have at least attempted to obey the spirit bf our sacrificing Lord who commanded hlt disciples to go and disciple time nations IIt secihs to me that tho plan Is a Christian plan If the churches In this neighborhood were not so numerous If the circum stances were dlfferentr might not be wlso or ncee riry tblldb wbntl1 pro pose nut as the fact nrcd1 solemnly believe that this churCh has an 6pppr tunlty befgre It to show Milton and the other churches nni the world that It Is willing to do an unusual thing that It lies within lin time siIritotoniplctuwIIl ingness to reach and lift up mankind in tIme way that Will do It IK sTantt most speedily If Individuals are command cd to sacrifice and endure for Christs sake and the 1idngdohla 1 do hot know Why orgpnjeatlqnp should opt tjpi the samd And In this Instance Something on a large scale something that rcprci llt1rt1lI i man fOr maft Is the bnljr thing that will strike deeV enough into tbo prptw Iqm pf tbo tenement district in Milton to begin to solve it in any satisfactory or Christian way HI da not expect the church to act- on my plan without due deliberation I have arrived at my own conclusions after a pnrcful going over the entire ground And in tbj sight of all the need and degradation of the pepplq and In the light of all that Christ has made clear to bo our duty as Lila diNt clples It seems to mei there 14 hut one path open to us It WO neglect to fol low him as be beckons us 1 bftlldte wo ehall neglect the pq t oppqftupliji of Calvary church ito put Itself In the position of the church of the crticlfled Lnnib of God whb did not pltiaso him setf wlro came to minister to others bt 1 approvsstplibmthsn d mfip J1nC8q imnkq tq rtcb iWd thiqhelperi the great Head ofthe chhrcb truly Intended wo should bW I leaVe this plan toreTdntQrjtourChrlstinn praCr1Ami4 Into all t1rnth AnicD i JX rhtlp lia4dll b rntplt pannet1 on44thavebring it about If h4 bad lep the platform and flrqd a gun Into tOO start2gd1therrcjthdthby toqvb thiff bIdlnldI I mlil6 11 I I te JKitidM VUtMefflothIng thi ft t ho Ijaft tilniiftJ ffiJ prlItwaa roused Feelings of astonishment indignation and alnnni agitated tIme members of Calvary church SOnootij them gatlicftd hbopttlTiilloattllbcloso otthlepeTvlcaJ i 4 t- II6 i thisUVumaajdan9 cit thifpaomsiing tethil- m g Jll1d a man y1io lIJd l1pfc 9AJ ji1 jp ouccivor ttrlcd ngalust publja isriUi lBntlSlj in I i i0ji Sit j II WbynOtnskcd VlMlp slmplyii Uel Wits tehhnbtcd wltli Hi Cftprtthnt 8tbiiBbirioiHi f I I m 1tI not bepOss1bId Icicle tlifbtkihJ- II I 1111 nrpQofcJ f fr Qt LLO b l l ill i114- We milihl1 P tq Y 9Feiltnrpsi liv I imlhirJf wikfl Iiisilttibtfihdm4LoQs TII UirciflWI 1itL1tbhI1I- ILIht t L tnt Ii Jifljffl o n 11- 1wAIDttfiib1it I U ffibfu mtj4j ktM- itvfIA it ItIJ 11ittINwh over the mattIrfuU3wItliutar1uifljth- 3o1q1 church mitr1fJMnf8tiaf St1J nRQ9J p1quo5nj oml tt lf 1t1PjIMMI InltIlOUlddlQtJGIJ1lf1JOtMr n1btiIb 111M 1cthtrt llllbka 401IlJneN wouldnt isJIpba en Haw eo an Not If ran thft aht hrIi kjngoija fft In tills townaavncea by Itrasked Philip turning to this man wIth ji directness thflt was almost luntgsss I dont see thntthlt Kpuld bp a teat of my Christianly That Is not tliii djUWtlofl1 saiabno of the trustees who had thtfTeputatioa of being ar yeryshrow l buslnpssjnjan The question is ouCci1llJg olcasJ lllty ot movQg thus proert7a pl Into the i6 rest 1If1rtitit iUII tJwn Anti then maintaining it there InUiy dplrfl xPPPllesotWo should lose some of our best fluth- cin uplorters AIr Strons tilrlt and purpose spring frOm A good taO stiver no doubt bqt vJewed from a Jjnsl juess point of vlqw the church In ithafji locality would not be a success Toji lay mind it would bb artcry tfiittlso timIng to do It wblild practically do i stroy our organization hero anti notj really establish Anything thcrcr1 l do not belleye we can tcl aiqtiice try said Philip I ccrtalnjy lonot- wish i tim church to destroy Itself fUStl fdojsoincthlngvcryl to define our attitude as saviors hrthjai community And moving tho house otibe1lagourpow1crsnsl There wasI wore talk of tlip samp I l1tllntl tasteful Jpthq greater part pf jthe 111otet the plan over with hIs trustees nrftoei bad already done before he spoke in public FourOf theta went ilocldediln their objection to tbp plan 9aly pn j fully sustained Phllp During the week hoB cceeJea1 In fltidmg 6ulthat from his meniljdrslifi of COO less than 10 persons i were Willing to stand by him In 80 radical a movcrocftt 4nd I Jf9RIsuaded1 that thd only ivnttorthb church to make any1 iniprcssldul bbtbe tenWeiit district was to put Itseifdl ircctly tn touch With the ublghbbrhood To accomplish that necessityI Philip was nQt ilp 9rnlIc yasi readjjjp adopt any plan that would actually do fe6mcthingi but W grew mbre eagorW crt1ntbnt JIlt spent Inutile study Eif this town to have the I chiireb fcelMx opportunity aqd make Christ a reality to those most In need of him It vvas at tbis time that Philip was surprised one evening bp la call from One of the lirorkliigmicn who bad been present land beard blB sermon tin mov 1trlctj 1 r g you come down tx our bad some cvtibldg next week and give 6s d Wit onisbntoBtiD J6ct cbumwtfcd idtb the signs bflho tlm afl I I I Ill como tt you think 11 caD do an good tntbt c repli dFbIiptesi tAtt5gsItjleII IIiiaHq UeWU can xlic men arc fcinntogtoHof fb ioUii ami while the Wont come np to church1 tiey5 vrt tornOut tobMr you tldwn tborai in All right WboniiJoyoutwiBntiule0 tocomQ I r Siiyi FaIfOI1H thCh hItSlt I I I Phiihiiimidduled fnd bTbL1i itl- hhirwaIU thirott4lYtbatpart dt Milbn TlH bpoXoimto iforthe tockmencei prcst JJIJ Ihuk5 pJ utttg0 lip tfu1 tYo fe1Tw ictkldIfthe diureb ilb6 I- Qt i nftllIN OocldetO act dLterPhihipp- lami 1 i ir Ji1 i I VWcIU friitcUl Ibeitmtlv rjBtroug 1 dtrn bItter9i yvry1LJOOnJj 9li1 tb rn JlafI eburebIfIs1 I Wot ibV du etomiMUil they1 tecYi tbelfHurclahyriibro1tefc JiIlH WhbriPltllIr VTt C C iiii- 1YoR I hommetlymthhihk therwotlh1 They ivouW como 6ut td bear youl WenUja wouidb1momoIlu- go1re zepuetJ LliamUing1 i P fld plnupdo1sj J I don bflllovtf ill Bhail thrfogh iuni 1V1iyTi I I 1 IL i I XQflr cbu WQflt Igrqo- Th1ayhmqtho h1tH i hhtiej lIDi A IWRP lltWtvJ 1 ct mo tel PUuMr Strong even IIIfydti su dccti I e tWirit VMld1Jtii lnt1 Ofibtjlij thLe1Wf- ltvdulmittio tUtfionfi youLlIll niji worn I 111 f3ilP6sO1iiIati8 SOAI thlUt rohlth4 we might do soraothlngrI Philip clasp eu liImIIamitIsb1erlihiP tffieJ tlIt iizee- nrnM1y1atj lld their opusJth bJll1 IPIQTII rrPIJiSPJ1ltJcMMi11p rE Yi lltJ ftPJlli h m- Aile It vas a u3ftb htU i ib1iffi inlnlstcFiTlbok roveaTeTnQore dou- bVth1IiLTLJC1llIiUHltlMSr1t1 1 which coutnl mot or less of indlf r llclh 11lstJIJ1NM1J f11f11 timiti his visitor soon titter took ii- lcLvLYI0IIO umlI mihift Ct1ifA So it camo itbuuVtlrit Philip Btrpn plubw ILIrtwro wqmki IIWJIW1 tl1 laiYIJ1tyilraIPPL l g Briramigo career rov l l b strangcnesLi IIfpI11t4ftftL4IUgltIi tilidffWjmtibi t- asLlieOvifim tatjart ofi1tontI- Msdywiyalmpkisf alLflitppiuwhjheui rnar mu Jm LIt11nl r8BPJiffi 9 IlrnHRllRriet tt1ild cOIit1tit1 tji CO liIid1d aQYeWIIt lIIU9I 1MBtlliKiJ fl wtro Ing room only lie wblithIngif know a nu Pcr 2rWn and stronga1lecd IWflllgrowlng up 1I- 4iqirthe cLhJ Jim II IOIIIIM 1QF1SMi wy gj dlEot had now b YJlbJ iWI eunlw and seiera JID badsnoken on iD ltIJ lcjKesponslDrrtrPoI i n T clal and Mental He had treated the kdc1 rltI fJ1mitrmof roused lila rudo audience to enthusiasm Moved by his theme and his surround i ings bo bad denounced with even more i thanusuaJUflgpr1thoao men of case money to help their brothers Ho bad mentioned as ho went along what powerhiway with the whole subject of power mn Ji p lthjlebiibllW1tl nt ways used for the common good Ho dlda nttAAJ fervil8flxactt state ments but felt a little uneasy as ho walked home for fear bo might poss bly hro InfluencecT lils particular audience ngalnst the rich ashl J9hust Ho hind not intcudeiianytblnitof tAo rnd f hind avague idea that posslyfoo- ught tb nave gunlilcul omC Wohili or TteriterieesTiibro carefully J I Ho hadigonoiup into bis jrtudjftdiflni lab some work whentbabeUJranB l ftharpljt and lie camedpwn tQ ppepltbp dopr Ius as lrlJx Strong i came Jlf from OOepTi gbnb lip tars thrdbgu tnd kltchcn1j The minister and his wlfo opened thb I1 door together timid one of the ndfgh ibors rushed iintoI tho bal1IBOUcJtca bo t quld 1arf1ly ICAk 1 1 jI lk tOII Mr St pug wont you gp right clown tQ Mr Winters bou e Yon have ill fc Inuucncp with thoseinCa1 I l 11mfi tidyIWhat menr I i j t ollI The meUWhoaro going to kill hlm It someouetIoesnt aWl Jtl1 11 ir VWhatn crlQll iRhUlp turnlnB pale pqrplV trAfrom set rpproachi- to thiak btt nijbLiaycoadpa mis tajcc m1j0 is Irying ip k1T dmtlio1 I mill ili 1CutsaXcSlnl I rtoIir j lbriiot tAlfrial tell Hat hot IdJgreat danger and you1 fffo tbd onlymanInthls town nrba cap l1hcltoBI1ve111 C 1JlolI 14Iil lJjiJjptprioI tp hi WLrj5fllb t tiii IlllUYi- pen l tnWr J I q1l1 to 11l1 yqtl knuv ps ROUI meotI 1 I rt 1aradJste1sekIt ddLin- toItiiiiIi l Ii U IIi Ii 7 II1 iK rr It II 1 C0NIiUstIJini I II n roJ- nJI I hI i I Ih II r ji 1 1f OpinionsIl I rPP f t iNationali Importance 11iluQ1Po 11i A i lNInlilI T iftm f v8 JI Os3QHi t jlfj pI j iil tI frri M Dally by mallI 1 MI9I JX Dally and Sunday by mall J8 00 a yea jjaniO HtiBtsilT vrVI1 X1A e3uSM1tHai- gittesC SHndaytNe3pipdrIe- mg rc j ifw dtftIlWirTdoI Si Io- istttI jt ft In 1 HJII P- IJPrICtlarc pYJo1IBvmaUJaa iyMt Address THE- 31fSI3jiUS SUNN W t1t iMoR a enT 1t1roJ1de1i tuIr 17 J 1 i ItI TUISIFAPERi KONBIVEARJIII ARAUJOURNALSYEARS PAY U PAPr4ATfiE0 p We wpt u paper by Jr Li P1 oac it If we aafW B tnorelbrd cofluuno tin FarmnjournnLb41L I atugsbatiof 17o1 8iDm r flfpy all arrearages and one year in advance tokritfb 1 Ildl the OlL1ipromI1iIuItf I1IOpnp8t en olla n h with tRvi nwpWlff l 1 q 1htJlyo olmryom O W LlirttJtr- xWerwdi t 16JUla NoJq 1dBt1 tlJ wcdp4fl tflttbn11 titial l ld lot itspeak for itself Lookout fesitui h U JI l j I I I i Yt13itfrTJniiN3T II- odqoqj WtdBJrIIQUvM t Tt5UU h J1lUit tJllW i1mlt1 i1 ti e tfl3M4 iomfl9Whloae ifea e Ispe C iMtatinlJif I fit lE J toltlYalfmfSIRteblilan Iiiij =l1 e YON 1II =F i QNtistSl SOC pr bottle aeeMei- bHh Jou I- tl1IittdlJIIACLOVERPORT KY j IIt ottfO1 i1 PI1Jttlfld r41r rWcaI Drug thta tJl bua trIS CtW4J si1cuL Dr J L MOORMAtNj1o- 4i PAII HIf ll1 NI1 1 11II Dentist i Irt ulrnUet LIttb tiYI AU- pIOO1lCUV 1lcfa I tit txiiIof Dental work II UH H 1 IJI0I111OT4IIn t tiI1 111 yCIl9 f I I Le 1h It II II Sllottliaid PftiABl i Etc aught tl t1L iJ3 tLiIj I I I JFrijllcpinrepnf 91 7OtiCafl pay I SlOO OR 200 PER MONTH IXo Ulnd hlihViVRt4 rhi pnntrp aTol tftt iehooi liI tlx kaibor nflbe LiXixNo r tern pi t nlckecpln d prlYaboolttldcJodlI Mil olhei llarge clues The LEADING ytem ol ShUthXrOMl tllgHl StiitoJ fWra ewr Stitej Vnuc rrIuiIe lu your IPARI TIME OII evert c finlOllIl Orlllattlribl t4 psItlosi tpI0iA i tATTRiYHQi pInR70IlcAyIQ0UL3 AT OPIC I CHpOLftrt i A3YIIFr t IOiIifVIlIe tIc il 111I r l I I LOCUST LAWN HERD r 1te I VvJiiit f j j Registered Poland ChinaSwine1i i 11rbeletd 111oadeb1rc l1mdonisap n 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mniI1AIJ1i9g fr ta t4MISSb1iJji J IIii916iftI I i ti1ai-I iI ii tiiOulSvliiti eJtliIJ70 C w j- lcrwirir I PkttQ1I J1 o I It II7rao J ill 1 d u nw j 1 QENTiSJ eIM t j d f 1 p uoweII rnil1 till bra itf BridgeWorkilfi a ti SBEOIAIlI7MtI1J boo aolbnH 10 JJltmHor J rJ Los 1Mp alq10dadtJ jibVEw a lId iiI1eStOflbWlhISd9 r OLOVERPORT KYnB9TD- ffiH amilH ell Ifinw nift nO wtiMf 1 1jj ci ab pl IIV 01 W1FI1tTithuuQ1 i f IJ I 1 1 Itiup ulJlllr Pgqr rOlfJot 11M Itrfn1lW thi Ms d 11 1Itd7011Imf 0woiaoJiO1oioi II iihF midrjiib aid JuHlsi yff IJdJ oh Suitings 1drunn W fssil inil ihnl aald8JsgaT xlastl tolr JwT1 tai1t1IRLpthNWor 1 p- 1UnOJ odJ no rallolwJlnSJraQ1A43iKi 0 ifll UJdLocatedt I 1 liaR tt 1f l 1n 411nr tIIFnt I 9W JEJIJIIJfTifmlut 111 xItJfH unsqJJr10 ia IIIUThIlin 3IYiifiI fiII LU I lIuotWJl tQit dlt JignJU t 4iiq4 4 With otaod la xbapM JUJB nbauQ 4C- IM Ii- aoll 11 ti a3 bnl1vlfflt 18Jtul IlUt1ltflfli 1 Cl l8luu lull WOdOANNILTOWt I Ijinr rt u1Irtrrfl 11 71F1i0 ir- IIrIiaR i atOH1cIOFb9I I andiI It ttizf a UH4 mswoar nia H- 11f3e4kwe t a I II d Itit1 aHnlW OOyo 1 j jP- 01 theh1gP wi1wtie I1 351ospdTI vfinoMIflIUibOdJ S l I Ii hiuiI 57 ill a Vubao Il oisd beyJi I IEI11 S1 nmnfv4ty AItiW fUbIJJiINeotth0nI if Uj3 ERYtIiMTI4kA1VAlYa ilJf t- II ho itsiahItL4fr Pjj ea3simiane PjifrtJ iTh Masiov ii o- qwoorifr I I1i I tiaoalgetD ejI I I o4fJ nJ rMij CI Nm gy P P NNrlF rlPCYfT g FiWUU HROUGH TO MAMtBR f RWMn a B Pleasant Break in the Long kei11 rlirlDlq ew t h s qU baij iijo q9s I Q f AITING DtfUnup 125d rf FOR ACTION i eGGO = ANILA P I July Oth 1800 MB MFJ qt f l and be m flk Y IJY KiCTHirch dwn the wan re Jtgs 01 mind ling e o Iififsve1tb orders came to move then there lowed the hustle bustle and confusion b Km CJr tmiPcl9 eping The next morning by eight 1ttlthl4i M d VillbM1t arched down to the wharf wjiere the aai1iQidd et iattto Wehoken N J Goodbyes were id nd everything gotten aboard aqd e JS ItjboysWandy Hok wblcp edl9rnt Ulftj1tr rttii8 n ret Arriving at Wehokeaat JftAICW fecta were basUlYrt1uIft at to train Hero we were joined by t JR lfne i pg cCa pfai1ta W 1fe 1arded the train and the toot of the lo imotive was the prelude to the puff of e IJr tatJ We leave the hills of the East and erge into the valley of Misaitsip ound u I r d tlberr the wai pr soo come f pee ia ev ce ok forVard to the next stop where of people 1Y tto e U d fJ new acqUff1t9ts Wrc 10Wds some scene or spot which we I on our route Doubtless we forward with the greatest desire reaching the great Rocky Mountains vkit 90Q norance until like the thirsty sailors in IoL 8Y were told to let down their buckets and d 00 A er 00 inlC stll Incre I consulted our railroad guides and re convinced that we were on top of famous Rockier t d J K rre fife saw no hills rently level plaii ten from the low pi to the helg i level We BOO I the western- mostt plctu Je- f let Here V eBihirHi tha iL rs a semblance to what we think a i f r s e JII rceptible rise with no hills while on Itweetern it ia more precipitous and we wind our way along the fertile ileya and inhale sweet aroma from iseoming flowers and fruit trees we see far away in the n e f I t n of eternal sno twned peaks which 1n of what we upecte ee Doubtless every otftflflwJftBrwiteKir lepleasure of crosalng the Rockies has i own idea of what they look like but most cases how dlterent the realiza 5 1 nstead t l eh w ul lIJfwdexpected to suddenly reach we baasoZn only yast plains with scarcely any vere tatlon except cacti and sage brush n wbluh larRB droves of sheep were fofcl teqnr tt mJIa y ol the coyotte converts into a rollifw neaffrtheywend our way amo fllp tlls vegelpi tionlJjjSpmes more pleSlful which fc Ieendl i t Ie i about Sm April 18th and soon a caibp MKjd CMitW tfcMWtfJtched After fa treat wn see Frisco by lamp light buwl will not take my readers into tile may accompiredR t ptplotlllnl ext day jre hoarded transport Wfer 29hwhen ImltlfGUI M ean t8- wfJe of- I alckneae even old sallora were ill tat yToelof1bing 25 feet of water with an average pi 01 f mleirifi1Jay Wo lay in Honolulu four days whfeh seemed onlyjco short There ijttfett fij ilte W6fu11dro knraTt e cltror V s trngthe where Lfvernm t evenifhresorts ilf6t1 fJJUslc r- reental b nd entertained the peo eon BBveral occasions Honolttla withsifta opal02fHq iJWJ 1 sbrubberyand Bowers is one of ties s I utf1t eattyl relfeonlypanied by three companions t d- ftharld O e ttitgrestt 1 eian 0 sintr Among the crowd which was attracted waaun old gentlemanjjy name Mr Bint who D ed on s miRfl Ad ng the j t u e l icepted v t n d seatednne I Ie ttageIhidid jere nicety nterSrneTDy gentleman who is a widower and his ajn cttnMcfetWtifI8iiftJ1a After spending the afternoon with he and hta son accompanied us downto the boat and waited outside until we Bid dood lttelHnl lplIJ1 tqok ust e rfelt w and despite oar ardor to reach the Phll lula we bad fine weather and eventful voyage with only one deathjrad e above ia the roiu t ker it came to uas I take up rea my narrative an m tdlcjier as best a trea er 6ns memory will permit JP- We arrived in Manila Bay Mav and marched to Luneta under the ing un which waa quite a change the fine sea breezea which we had joyed for the last twenty days camped on Luneta until May 26th Beaondo Police Sta there performing p1 lice Station where wjjjare tetiMMKbnperforming both p and post duty This ia the most difficult and dagger ous district in Ma occurrence for on n n the district at night we are often startled b IIII rLjJ f4m 1Jie reP f pW spi s il t fJ1oslU9 OrJle IWSk n yt 1Irectlot IO lor bl readtl b eJ tDiwlnlf e If thesc1 1 ho t J ft t ve- ne t Th eear ed- tb esQIIPi t rjj P ta- tlo f fi c1ipithe is- bu ed at uslribf 9c utofs en- wI were fortpate kl 4ate ben sera to the front bui1JVWilr I1WJiRI Iy- ex ttIrn with uSbec t ey- thl kW L7 Cl HeIIfHF59UW q lIU ets are iat lndtilgedinjbx nlen jtno aie lol dieja n tliBtfaesinse of tfie w rutJ byJcumftMcleT ltiSp phnd he torml I 1l 1 ItT LJr isLw a i ee a anu cart 18 eenjCJu f er c t R lIliiii Jt9 I n under ver of darknee apd rUe 11 tlf v t lof de b o t1gnewtWhN ily i1r tu l i t c l move unUl th 1hrottlrle t h neary h 11 f r fqIt Iw rols annot our moviiiJjn1 h- co he quarters and we are Co orderc1tom e s anofti at1t flM an this IA a r1UJiif t9J 10hnoi lef- slmonths llUrill ct ls lrig yjur Plospel t IJSertBaUyJM 6U1 Arti IterV r 1 8li zf bDtkify nBB naoti brtI iil r A i2UpO li tJQs dl lIIJ1J 1 n i I1iflelRliCaft kind ill thi t has resisted doctors hoCspriogspat en nt1Altit 8 atmfenf 11icI1Ylea to D vn 11 tnl loo f BalI B1bU8 B Pf e iMMQ tb sore throat IP- tiwi illiFNIJPYlp g jcln lIwn IAn glnnilii ntlfT jnlnfnt capper colored spots chancres ulceration of the 94YJpdA tID Je R7 1Ye Me I idV9rfNfl lJJlf J nJY1tB the whole skin wasjfcOPiwj tiitylMim plIjdh1ceNttb wude lsncfllt has l telibbrttedrtbehol Wd1Itn to a cle elft t1 ditldjIfi1 lfroffi Hpitiiln ztBMtsm38lfii e gf MfS LJtea I w iiII lrP Il Jd qI B1t b on So sufTer mAY tARt R D 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and none to child ren wijifanfcgsto jera No throet or lung remedy ever had such a sale as BOE chee eirMian Syrup in all parts o the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggist will tell you Ha sncceoa was inafveiqus It Is jeally he generalIy ceD SQfdbyWhat Next tfhe feetfye oyster may npw hold hiaI headas 18ImitatedfQfosterandthey IdtdaUm le 1 tlJng1Keniuciy advocate tremedyt mi uVsipnllw eougltorcoId tonmftri lor Ire it TahDrlt hSJnwIo e HIS J lpDE S 11 11 i OF MISS GOULD tL IrASkId tiit 11 ecngfwaqLandjs at a LUJcoIn D yDhhicri ov f In New Haveit 1- T n 1U h OodtreSn1aD qHl1rt A 1JIi llt4 J tMibdLIbc01HIDay NewYbrlt fhalft spoke aKaint ifea BMti qopjtrpwraan elect Itaherta of Utah hSHsi frdilia ifpijnd JoV4 ajtoReth 1 Uiflerent ty pe flfybvingwplnan from wjiat T I j hesaldlll1slutJweare- acculP Y J8f rM IIR fSlq9Hted Ipl8BlpnUiliit IhatftstBinllrie olt dulyis mapped outfoi- Ii6irf6unaia bright fgfced cilery chatVy tfrlofJustsuchalypBas you catftfrid almost any place ldtl1 iVest ilfes Gould If5 MT JbaaryqijDB woman Iin 89 WS8 weJKhed down witb Jhij jptI Bortancfl of Jhe jthinRa which shWus taken upon herself he bears herself fllmplyiJbtaJJlfe l i Si iia1 ldtiinl ll rIdijii liin L ti- o J mild lJ0ad Americani girli jtJ JJj Il I 1NI 1 Hlid It lltfnglaq1lJthe jilispoaijtjon ttpivdc Jt iCTimla typeiwhlou Utlsconntryi pro ducts in abundance and in which me fckegrtaVirlde Why iff Mies Grfiild cntie W thB townfal 3006 fh which1 lIFvu J llQstui tItiiI pt I th 9 r lrf own young women would She Japf Who S8omU aoJMhat itdoeuny one everymWYVfidbl 01 r J r rI J I I U lffloaHIe8 givfl wayto diligence RWddiieafled germs arfd bldbU1 linmbrs Pf 1r Iri tOod 8 h lns11Qlliitir ge I J fH CC tV r1lJf iISS NTtf NY J J NewPr rfidcrit ofthe Amerlcart Wo gt J 4S I I I n 1 lii iheJNationat American Womans Buff raae Aflaoclatlon elected lira Oarrio Ohapniail Oatt blNew YbrkPre8 dQlit tt el e laUon f r tIe leq l J i11I1IJJ f a ij 1ptJ1 Y Itp 18IIpe loC ye t ttu lor Pm IceniuryjajnjlIBlake whohadbeen wged By1 many of her friendatnbecomon candidate for the BJV It r 1i IM te Pl- pqpttnMRM erflWite wiw lp R1T pJ ip le j1JJtal1 tt pjl officers were reelected aaJtoUpwe iViee PretlidsJ1CrlMidl kn1fKl oHoWard vSha w- Oortil ot1 l iif ret IMr FRi lfael 8WUI Lttlc H llk 1 jl iillrt r YioJttllrJ P iYetiU1jl 1 laYIMJt 1 Q iUdQullacti s aaio OM eJiiI olrttn lId A JOitlu1 1 1HlhlMHttMAlubHllbcHf qlislta tw llnUW11 moHD hYltUnltrtoje m n in thflfRlit IIIRItlfmrfb i I 4c 4 liiY IIVI1IrW I wIiil1I- 1 lb51t1 ja5trtDC1 nI I GJOAI 1 r rKrU AJJJtQ IPK J I I When VP MSJ Nature Is overtaxed ahe IIATUREIS pnCAtIMt i1eJpmtni impoesibtetogetatODgtwi It Bolfs and pimples are an indlcatiQn tb hTfQBhjiLUiunsightly pimples If those impuritk 04rfe yJlQHfeJ icf remain the system suooumbs to any ordinary illness and Ia unable to Withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and sUmniefp I Mra L OeftUle 2004 Secpnd Avanuo Seattle Wash qhweroAfter 1g many OtlterreI Taln S S MilOfUpt and thoroughly oleanaed my 11100d and now 1 tjoltje t1r a good complexion which I never hod before apt w nJJQnI3p or tue Ar jJ 6 R Th Chattanooga Tenn writes MumggreatpBlnand doInnrI letel1IiS Sri S THE BLOOD to Cawe DMt DIOOQ remeay occnuse 1t 18 pnreIy vegetable and 1 tlle onIy ooe that Is abeolutely free from potash and mercury n promptly purifies thQlblood and thoroughly clellD8e8 the SlItem buUdsuS 11 gehcIi1 lealtl1 ant1 trength lt curea Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheuma ti m Tetter Boils Bores etc by going Jirecf to tho cause of the trouble adforcing out all impure blood BooKsfreatO any ddrew by tho Swi t Bpeclflo Co Atlanta Ga C u 1j D RICHARDSON OP KOBERTS li RICHARDSON c ROBERTS i Produce Commission Merchants ff- 4o6ii teroQU St Louisville Ity j I j J I i Send us your Butter ggs Poultry Hay Corn Oats o r Vheat Hides Fur WbolrCalves Potatoes Onions Beans I JV JfMOTTS FOR Ii PENNYROYAL PILLS 01 ana uanisu paIDS bf Icnionstruntlori 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made for you and Doh mlslltJtll 11 yean old JC la the mat bol1eddowu hlttheDUOUlhchead qultaiterryouhareMldlt Farm and Household paper I lu the world the biggest paper ofita site the United States America having over amillion a4aJsalfregular teoden t 1hO11 lot t 1 id 8n B nd dhu thhf b ll nOf1l lltlt fDJeR J r mi QU 11fG fe 1 6 1 1U J JW uldlrb6Ib4iWIU1 todJd t31J oeaOJo tlll 1 ttlll1 OVItUA fij 6Lm riil 8bii J 1H- 1tio8i1 W t10 OUlIla t J 1Ct Id IehOlIJj1 r JtMJl iJ J t rrij J c J CAMPBELL too of are in of tll it 1 11 1 Prorae tSortfiAVeat H t g 6 j q DA J3 Ieieljedai J lhanka for Hwtf j Yonr p9JII IJgrM11 iflJlrgf pdb iowW cUua tQ eeo 1 4Jt k Q forward to the day for the uNIno n1 lid J yYIII1K4H eU Jclllb I tJFt iIiiir wtlPitdLAI1W J + t 1 c FM e F + t- Y n r w1- t V III ll r TOE BRfiCKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 F I M I 1 l apavalI 4 Greatest Medicine f fAmericas 4 BuyIJIf bwtwwtwwwttwttftfMfttrtfmffft ArNrvM 1 THEIR THIRD t RALLY The Temperance People Hold Their Third Rally at the t Methodist Church The third rally of the Womans Ohm tlan Temperance Union and their hon orary members was held Thursday night February 15 at the Methodis church The occasion was in honor of their third victory in the fight against whiskeyThe of those good people were overflowing with joy and many testified to their willingness to keep up the fight begun and to assist heir neighborly districts to rid themselves of the open saloon Arrangements were made for several workers to go to Irvington on and before their election day which iIs set for the 28th of this month The question of a free reading room was agitated which plans will be put into operation at an early date- BEWLEYVILLE Mrs McGlothan has a good school W II Cain was at Webster for their quarterly meeting Mrs Kate Carter recently visited rela lives in CloverportIJ M Hardaway who is still confined to his bed is improving Hurlburt Cain has returned from fine visit of ten days to Parkland aI Mrs Charles Drury was in Irvington last week for a visit to Mrs lIIoormanI G P Paul who has been quite ill for a time is able to go to his shop again Miss Florence Cain is spending thle month in the city the guest of bike Lulu Nunnelly Nick Henry came home from Leitch field last Friday bringing with him a bonnie bride Rev D S Campbell presiding elder of this district moves his family to Vine Grove this week Chas Drury foreman of the grand jury was in liardinaburg last week at tending to his duties Hall to local option I Cloverport comee out all right and soon all Breckenridge will be free from the accursed saloon We are kept indoors by zro weather Have had a big snow which Is beautiful enough but owing to chilly sensitione accompanying it we fall to appreciate it as perhaps we ought Goy Taylor first last and all the time He is a man that needs no ad jectives to express his worth Whatever may be the outcome of affairs Mr Taylor is truly royernor of Kentucky by the vote of the people Messrs Wm Cain Chas Blanford T J Jolly Pierce HardawayandTbosCaln all bought orchard grass from Mr Lum Craycroft Ho who makes two blades of grass grow where only one grew before Is a benefactor of mankind Mrs Blanford spent a couple of weeks in Irvington recently visiting her daugh tor lIre H T Cain The occasion of her visit was to assume the honors of grandmother in which she was assisted by this scribe We two grandmothers are truly proud of a grandson born Jan 28thThe correspondent at Sand Cave Flat says some nice things about Boyle Cain for which she gives her sincere thanks and wishes to tell her that in Aunt Beths column in the Evening Post of Saturday 17th is something that gives her almost as much pleasure as did the prizo at Brandenburg GOLDKS HOD THE KINGS DAUGHTERS GIVE AN ENTERTAINMENT The entertainment given at the Com mercial Hotel at llardlnsburg last Friday night by the Kings Daughters was a success notwithstanding the disagree able weather Many were kept away on account of the bad night The Court house officials and many visitors in town attended however which served to make up quite a respectable fund for the cause for which the entertainment was given The writer could not be present on account of business out of town a thing which he very much regretted A stow to Snper iino Jimmys rabbit got drowned In our bathtubGoodness Didnt be have his left hind leg with hlmf IndlanapoUj Journal GLENDEANE June Cwen camo down from Louisville Saturday and stayed over Sunday- at his old home I H Dews Attended a Mosonl meeting at Fordsville Saturday night There was a genuine smallpox scare last week but no small pox Oendean Is in no more danger than any other live town On Valentine day a nino pound little lady came to stay at Louis Ashleys Some of our readers may remember that this column requested a name for one of Mr Ashleys children a few years ago I hear that the beautiful oldtime name Mary will be given tothle little one number twelve Nine boys and three girlsClint Weaterfisld Perry Hosklns and others are at work on Dewees addition to his store house They will rapidly push the work to completion finishing not later than the middle of next month The addition is 24x43 feet This will give a mammoth room 84x43 Parti tions will be taken out of the present building fine show windows will be rdded and an immense stock of goods will fill all the available space Few towns of similar size are so well blessed with big stores and business merchants Skating season Boys happy John Deane went to Falls of Rough SundayMiss Emma Lou Moorman visited her sister Mrs Crider at Irvington Sunday Mrs D 0 Moorman will go to Bawlev ville the last of this week to visit her parentsIn midst of pleasant surroundings we are not forgetful of other times and places and peopla Oftentimes in the last six happy years have I dwelt In memory upon two winters passed In Stephensport The Stephensport corre spondent very prettily referred to those days last week for which I bow and speak my thanks No man had kinder treatment than I found there and no home could have given me better op portunity for quiet and study The in tellectual atmosphere of the Moselej household was conducive to nch a life as the correspondent pictured Tho one has no fixed home he still wants to live if he can always find towns like Stephensport and Glendeaoe in which to pitch his tent and tarry for A season May fate ever deal so kindly with ui who from choice or necessity wander from place to place I SCOTCH LEGEND How the Thistle Came to be ScotI Inds National Flower Do you know why the thistle is the national flower in Scotland The story is a pretty one and characteristic of the Scotch It Is said that centuries ago the Danes were making an inoad Into Scotland They were advanceing caat iously at night But unfortunately they were barefooted They had got close tto the Scotch camp when one of the men at the head of their column stepped on ia thistle Did you ever put your foot squarely upon a real Scotch thistle If you have you will not besurpriied to hear that that man gave a scream of pain Hit scream awakened the Scotch They sprang up precalvlng their enemies fell upon them and defeated them And the brave little thistle was made the Scotch flower Uztrnordlnnrr Cnrvlngi Some very extraordinary carvings are to ho found at Thomboo on the Irawnddy where they are cut out of the face of a high cliff rising directly from the river bank and are of great size They consist of a succession of rudely formed niches in appearance something like the catacombs of Rome nnd these are full of largo and small images of Buddha who Is represented in several positions On the summit of tile cliff is a pagoda of great sanctity which Is visited every year by largo numbers of pilgrims Three Mailed Schooner It was on the great lakes that the three masted schooner first made tin appearance The unique character of lako navigation created tho necessity for this typo of sailing craft because of the fact that with this class of vessel sailors could handle the sheets from tho deck at times when It was Impossi ble to go aloft In one of those sudden storms which make tho life of the lako skipper an uncertain and anxious one Alnslcos Magazine Caring a Pernlcloni Habit The plan of arresting people who throw banana skins on the sidewalks and of fining them or sending them to tho brldowell Is all right as far as it goes but It docs not seem as if tho right punishment had been provided Any ono guilty of that offense ought to bo sent either to tho Detention Hospi tal For the Insane or to the Home For the Feeble Minded Chicago Post HOW TO ELECT- PRESIDENT This Question Was Before the B N College Friday NightI The B N 0 Literary society met as I usual Friday night but on account of the bad weather only about thirtyfivi I of the members were present Never InterestlInKRESOLVED That the President of the United States Should be Elected by the Popular Vote was handled well by both sides The decision was given to the affirma tiveAt the next meeting Mr Louis Ditto will deliver an oration on Robert Burns and each member will answer the roll call with a quotation from Burns works A profitable meeting Is anticipated The Breckenridge Normal is now larg er than ever before and still growing This Is by far its most successful year All that is necessary to make Hard ins burg the center of education for all the surrounding counties is energy on the part of its people The people should be willing to sacrifice a little to the educa tlonal interests Why not give the boys and girls of Hardlnsburg and Brecken ridge county the advantage of a good school even if it does require an effort The people of Hardlnsburg will be repaid a hundredfold We believe the people will meet this question sensibly and there are brighter days in store for the boys and girls of this county We long to see the time when the B N 0 will be one of the leading normal sch ols of the state Whisky Men to Call a Vote The whisky men were conferring to g ther Tuesday in reference to the con templated election for local option to be reheld in the first and second wards Mr Thos Keith Seriously III Mr John E Keitb of this city was summoned to Rock Haven yesterday evening to the bedside of his brother Mr Iboff Keith whose death was ex pected at Any moment A Very FmE7 Vas A gentleman whose word cannot bo doubted and who Is not easily deceived tells the following Very early one morning he saw Ifox eying most wistfully a number of wild ducks feeding In the rushy end of a highland lake After awhile the fox going to windward of the ducks put afloat In the lake several bunches of dead rushes or grass which floated down among tho ducks without caus- Ing tho least alarm After watching the effect of his pro liminary fleet for a short time the fox taking a good sized mouthful of grass in his jaws launched himself Into the water as quietly as possible having nothing but tho tips of his cars and nose above water In this way ho drifted down among tho ducks and caught a fine mallard Though this story seems extraordi nary It must bo remembered that tho fox manages to capture wild ducks wood pigeons bares antI numberless other animals suQIcIcnt to keep him self and family and It is plain to bo seen that In doing so ho must practice many a trick that would seem Improb able If related and quite beyond the Instinct of animals Omaha World Hor ald Red Paint In New Enclnna As one drives through tbe country towns all over Maine ono can hardly fall to notice the frequent old red barn and oftentimes a whole set of farm buildings painted this conspicuous col or Query was made as to tho reason therefor It seems red paint Is cheap est far cheaper than white lead paint nnd so far as serviceableness goes taste as long and sheds the rain as well Long may the little red farmhouse brighten our New England landscapes Bangor WhIg and Courier In all contentions between wit and violence prudence and rudeness learn- Ing and the sword tho strong hand took It first and the strong head pos leased It last- Wonderi of We Hampililre Tho average reader will be amazed to learn that little New Hampshire with less than 10000 square miles has no less than 400 lakes and ponds 154 brooks 68 rivers and 204 mountains This makes Iowa look small Colorado a big state has B50 creeks Texas has comparatively few rivers lakes and creeks Alabama has 003 creeks and 87 rivers Iowa cannot approach that record Minnesota has 222 lakY and 140 rivers New York Prmu v ss The Barber Shop Boig Youre next sir said the boss barber Indicating a fat man who was burled behind a newspaper Ill walt for awhile replied the fat man Im In no harry As another man climbed into the vacant chair the fat man leaned over to another customer who was waiting hIs turn and confided that he was In a hurry a deuced hurry but ho would rather lose his turn than bo shaved by the proprietor of the shop It Isnt that I have any grievance against this particular barber Ihe went on but I shun all boss barbers- as I would a plague In the first place he patronizes you and In the second place he Is Invariably the worst barber In tho shop Then too It takes I him about twice as long He will lather one side of your face nnd then go over to the desk to make change for a customer who is going out for he Is generally his own cashier He considers It his duty to exchange airy persiflage with each customer as be leaves the shop and by the time he gets back to you your face Is caked In cold lather This usually happens four or five times while you are getting shaved and you may consider yourself lucky If a salesman for a perfumery or soap house doesnt come In to talk up his wares In that event you are bound to bo kept waiting for 10 or 15 mInutes and when you are finally shaved your peace of mind Is destroyed for the rest of the day No boss barbeir in mine I know em too well and I nit every time Exchange Scored on BloCnllongh The late John McCulIougb the tragedian was a great friend of mine said Comedian Crane and when IIn this city used always to live at the Qllsoy House One day I wont there to call on him and ho beIng out loft my cartl upon which un derneath my pame by way of ia joke I wrote in largo letters the word Actor The next day I was passing McGullough on the street when be stopped me with Bay Billy what do you mean by leaving a card In my box with such an Infernal lie as that written on IU I got even with him however later McCullough was Inordinately fond or the game of seven up and one evening I bad tbe satisfaction of beating hIm nino straight games Bright and early the following morning I again left my card for him at his hotel this time writ Ing below my namo Seven up player Whon I saw McOallough later In the dartI jollied him with That wasnt any lie I put on my card this mornIng was It John r And ha evidently saw the point for he didnt reply to my quos tlonNew York Tribune ne net at the Bottom Speaking of poison murders a native of Mama told of a peculiar crime that occurred in his state TTbls was the case of a man who had tired of hIs wife and In order todd himself of her In the shortest and most expeditious manner possible he determined upon her death Divorce while a feasible method appealed not to his frugal mind since it involved a large Inltli tory expense from counsel toes and a continuous one from alimony Bo on murder he resolved arsenic tI the agent to effect It and tho method through which to Introduce the poison Into the stomach of his victim with out arousing her suspicious the usually Innocuous and popular lemonade At tho trial it was proved that h0 carried through his plans with skill1 and finesse hot after the deadly lemonade bad been drunk by his too trust tag spouse noticing that some of thE precipitate remained in the bottom of the glass he stirred it well up anad again handed It to his victim with loving smile at tho same time remark Ing But the beets at the bottom my dear Slow Shrapnel Operates Shrapnel shell Is a beautiful and IIn gcnious missile It consists of n hollow elongated shell with a burstln g charge of powder at the base and Oiled with from 200 to 000 half Inch bullets according to the size of tho gun It Ihs fitted with a time fuse wbtcb is set to fire the bursting charge at a give number of seconds after tbo shell has left the gun The bursting charge iII turn blows the bead off the shell and sends forward tho 200 to GOO bullets which continue their course in a conical shower on to the ground Not a Violent Case Mrs Peck Henry what would YOl do If I were to die suddenly Henry Pray dont talk of such IJ thing I think It would almost drlv me crazy Mrs PeckDo you think you would marry again- HenryTOh nol I dont think I would bo as crazy as that Chlcag o News Silence Is the safest response for al the contradiction that arises from Iw pertinence vulgarity or envy ONNNOON00NSOON00 I GREGORY CO- cjUMB7Ri 0 Doors Sash Laths Shingles Lime Y r Cement Nay Mixed Feed i Ftrtlllitr lilinnt Wagons It D lUoflng Jt e ++ vw Nwwrvwwu- tGRADE r up TOUR O fOWlS I have a few Barred Plym outh Rock Cockerels Also one Buff Cochin Cockerel I will sell cheap if taken soon These birds are large and fine and strictly thoroughbred Come and see them or ad dress MRS O A FOOTS BoY 82 Irvington Ky u IS YOUR V HAIR TURNING GRAY 1 J What does your mirror sap Does It tell you of some little streaks of gray Are you pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also grayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins S rAilers lull r VIgorbring half the color of youth It never falls It is Just as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu riant growth It stops the hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair wellWe T a book on the nalr and Scalp which you may obtain tree reluntit o obtain all Iht b ntflti TOO expected from the we or UM Vigor about It Adtdreii Dot CJ YER Lowell Mru Getting Advice The girls father was rich and the suitor for her hand was poor but remarkably persistent Papa she said to the old gentle man If Frank asks me this evening to marry him what shall I say Say whatever you think Is best my childHow belt papa Best for me or best for Frank Detroit Free Press On Quotatio- nProtessorMr Drone I am astonish cd that you cannot remember any of the quotations called for In todays lea son Can you recollect any Quotation of any kind- StudentYee sir Any fool can ask questions Boston TrAscrlpt Hearts may be attracted by assume qualities but the affections can only be fixed and retained by those that are real Do Moy The finest emeralds known are sail to be those belonging to the Spanish crown wwwwvwvwwf aNEW SPRING STOCK Full line o- fNew Plows WagonsPumps HarvestersDrills DrillsThreshers ThreshersHullers I Hullersand other kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Wo make a specialty of sawing all kinds of Seasoned Oak Wagon and Plow Tim ber to order We also grind cast plow points for lOc each I on our new Emery Wheel 1and1 f Kudolf Digests what you eatI digestathofoodandaidsNature Btructlng the exhausted digestive or gins Itfothelatcat discovered digest r ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It instantly relieves and permanently cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea 81ckHeadacholGastralglalOramp8 and all other results of Imperfect digestion Price We and ft Large IzeooBtalMJHttli smallitee Book all aboutdyspepstamaUedl tree Pitportd byE C D WITT A CO Chteooo For sale bYAB Fisher Oloverport r r r u- f t We preach the Gospel of a t PUSHr i i f S And we practice what we preach It Is 1 our business to keep our trade Sup plied with the best quality of r j i 7 GOODS i iAswell as to make the prices right This is no small matter in the GROCERY LINE You want the best for your table that can be found and we have it Some t new Canned Goods just received are Apricots Raspberries California j y Cherries Blackberries Pumpkin Strawberries Gooseberries r California Cling Peaches etc etc rF r F Come in and look around I THE ECLIPSEI E HARDINSBURG KY Vttiiti0 i r a H UAN7II I 5 L 25000 PoundsI OLD IRON 4- ll 1 I v ay 1 J ECBabbagay ti I r J f