You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, March 14, 1900. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1900 brc1900031401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, March 14, 1900. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1900 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TT m7 5 F tr i 6 t I ti SJ IcoiuMNSII I It Ii IVOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY i WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 NO 35 to LOCATE Capitalists Are Making Inquiries of Cloverports Advantages and Resources t q AWAKE FROfl THY SLUMBERS i iFrom present indications the city or Oloverport will shortly he visited by parties interested Iin the establishment of manufacturing plant at this place Two inquiries have already been made by outside capital as to the advantages I which we bave to offer and severall ofII our business men have the matter in stand and we lock for some Interesting developments within the next few weeksThe city needs electric lights Any good sized factory would necessarily re quire a largo engine to furnish its own own power and light and with a little larger engine and dynamo it could fur nish electric lights to our citizens at a profit and let the city have a reasonable nurnber of lights gratis in consideration of 1taIranchlse XTWe understand that one of the Inqul rise referred to above la from parties de sirous of establishing a furniture factory and if there is a more desirable location in the Ohio valley than Oloverjtort for such an establishment we do not know where it If Millions of feet of timber have been floated out of Clover Greek in the past and taken to Indiana towns to ti be manufactured into furniture chaps etc and there is no good reason that we t can see why the greater part of the mil t lions of feet yet remaining should not stop here and be used to the advantage of tbe State in which it grew t In this matter we need a long pull a strong pull and a pull all together l and we hope and believe that the gentle men who are now working to advance x the interests of our city by trying to se cure the location of additional industries meet with hearty co operation on 1 1maythe part of all classes of our citizang 71 1890PepsinIjIliGENre1Ihave used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin J with marked success I unhesitatingly I recommend it to those suffering with r Stomach Trouble or Constipation Its Certainly blessing to humanity You at liberty to use my testimonial pry Respectfully F M Wucoxeex- t Bhort do Haynee EKRON Mr L TJones is in LouisvilleI purchas inK his spring goods Will Tobin of Guston spent Sunday r with old friends here u Mr Henry Brown has moved from the i East hill down into Ekron k Mr H Meyer spent several days last t week In Breckenrlbge count Mrs 8 J Brown baa been seriously ill with neuralgia of the heart Fred Schenee of Louisville visited Mela Jimmie Lee Woolfolk Sunday OlartuWimp and Emma Meyer spent Saturday with Nellie Roberts MrSae Bruner bas returned from a r vlolttoJJrs Geo W Richardson 4 JeseeGlarkapn ol Big Spring waa here tt Sunday on his way to Louisville iJProf D S Roberta and bright litte eon 1 Ir lHardlnsburg were with his parents Sunday j two car loads of hogs were shipped from here Monday by Mr Tendall and Jesse Olarkaon Rev Dan Shacklett preached an inter eating sermon Sunday night at the p ElaonschoolhouseMta Anderson accom l panted by Albert Marshal and Rlne Cox of Guton were here Sunday A Painful Accident Judge Ti R McBeath met with a pain ful accident last week While the sleet c was upon the waika he tell out at blares i Mdeneeaad severely sprained hiss right arm As a result he had to carry it in splints Judge J 0 Graham went overt tp Eljzabethtown Monday to open court for him but he also went over to be at court Tuesday imorning Grayson Ga Mte I t SheI have never loved before lieAnd why my precious Sorely there are pUjera as worthy ai L aSheThalwaent It I had indigest 1JJion so bad I never could endure their + M Ue but I took a bottle of Dr Cald 1c lie8yruprPepeln and have never Men any alga of Itslnce V Get It of Short tit Haynee i o r 4- a r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS flflARRESTED labs Taul in The Hands of State OUlccrsII Squalls of men were observed on every corner early Tuesday morning discuss ing the visitation of Marshal Board rf Hardinsburx and John Smith W J Item and John Hall officers supposed to bf from FrankfortII They reached the city about three I oclock and remained in town until the arrival of the five oclock east boundI passenger tml nIThe prisoner in custody was GabeI Taut of Mattlnfily As to the nature if the arrest a NEwsI rporter could find out but little as the officers would not reveal anything conIcerning the arrestIHowever it is the supposition that he was waited at Frankfort as a witness WEST VIEW Wedding bela are still ringing I hope to be tho next A choice selection of splug goods at S N HenpingKrp Mr Dick Pumphrey has sold his farm to Mr Tom Butler Mr S M Henmnger went to Me Dan leis Monday on bulsuees Mr Finus Battler and wife visited K D Smith Saturday and Sunday Mr Chintz Royalty and family of Hardlnebnrg hayo been visiting fn this vicinityMr Arms and Miss Coumlla were married Tuesday evening Rev A Smiley officiating Mr W N Hardin returned from Ad dison the 7th where he had been to look after timber interests Little Hunter Henninger the son of S M Henninger is at MuManiels under medical treatment We hope for his speedy recovery On my recent tour through the South eastern part of Breckenidge county I found the roads very bad 1 did not see much farming done for the present crop However I found that these people were getting ready for a large tobacc crop There are more wheat fields thau usual in this section The health of the people seems good and their hospitality and kindness cannot be excelled DUKES We are having some nice spring wea therJohn Duke who has appendicitis some better Miss Birdie Johnson of Cloverport visited relative here last week Horace Lamb commenced another singing school Saturday eveniug 0 B Johnson went to Louisville Wed nesday with several hogsheads of tobacco Miss Julie Lynch commenced a spring school Monday She has twentytwo pupils Rev D L Bowlda preached Thursday night at the M E Church to a Urge con gregationFarmers are making good use of the pretty weather burning plant beds and sowing oats Mr Gordon McGavock of Brecken ridge county attened services here Thursday night There were services hire Sunday The absence of our pastor was much regretted by his congregation John Dawson and wife visited in Haveaville Sunday They were the guests of their daughter Mrs Calvin Bolin The farmer digs in the ground to make an honest living Shylock digs down inl to the farmers pocket to gratify hisI greedy lusts Let everybody come out next Sunday and take a part in organizing the Sunday school The members of both churchesI should use thbir influence in behalf of the much needed gqpd work Session convened Saturday eyening Your Fcrlbe was elected to represent the 0 P Congregation at the next meetingr of the Presbytery which convenes on the third day ot April next in the city of Owensboro We know it to be so for we have triedt it but to satisfy yourself when you are In Cloverport at meal time go to E H Johnsons hotel and enjoy the hospitali ty of that clever gentleman and his charming wife Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses i the greatest agent seller eyer produced j every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address stamp AmericanMfg r 06 Terre Haute Ind r A SAD DEATHII Breckenridge County Loses One of Her Most Honored Citizens In The Death of fir J d Stephens The death of Mr James G Stephens which occured nt lira hiautiful country home Alia Vista at Addison Satur day morning at two oclock was a sad blow to his relatives and friends Ills health had been failing for some months J but ho wi couQuttd to his room only a few weeks- Mr Stephens was one of the most honeredtitzU8 of Brrckonrldgu county He wan a member of the Biptist churchI a Meson mid a cultured gentleman Ills nature was singularly sweet and had won him many friends lie was seven ty years old ami had been twice married Ills first wife was Mlsi Sallie Helm ol Union Star whore daughter Is Mrs T J Mlnary of Louisville His second wife was Miss Brook Minor of Bards town who with two daughters Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisville and Mrs hunts Clark Slmm Jr of Chicago and a son Mr Minor Stephens of Lakeland Florida survives him The funeral services were conducted Sunday morning at eleven oclock by Rev Ferrall of Hawesvllle lie was laid to rent in the family graveyard by the Cloverport Masonic Lodge of which he was a member Mr George T Harris of Henderson conducting the service in a beautiful and impressive mannerThe was an ideal spring day and many friends from all over the county attended the funeral and burial services The Mucous here chartered a special train to take them and other friends to Addison Mr Stephens popularity was clearly shown by the many friends who hastened to pay him the last tribute of respect and admiration In the death of Mr Stephens the county has lost one of Its beet citizens and his circle of Irfenda and relatives ono of its moat cherished members The NEWS extends sympathy to the greatly bereaved family Gopd old Granny Mutcalf of Ken tucky 89 years old says that Dr Bells PineTarHoney is the best grip cure Cough Lung anti Bronchial reme dy that has been offered to the people during her life Sold everywhere IRVINGTON Mrs A L Collins continues her clos- Ing I out sale of hand made saddles har nesses dec- Mrs Roy Cain and little one are nqw visiting her father the Hon Charles Blandford at Bewleyville Mr Orider and family have rented and moved into the Methodist Parsonage ou West Walnut street Mrs Charlie Simmons and daughter Mrs Junius Foot were in town shopping and seeing friends Thursday We regret to bear of the continued indisposition of Mr and Mrs Wrather and hope the grip will relax its hold soon Mr Marvel Bewley and old time hon ored resident of this place but now of Penrod Kansas is visiting his many friends here W E Browns brilliantly lighted store seems to be the attraction just now Our other uptodate merchants will have to turn more light on the sub ject Mrs Lou Moorman and baby are at the delightful home of Mrs Kate Bennett for a short stay We sincerely trust the change will be of great benefit to Mrs MoormanMr Mrs Hawes beautifully entertained quite a number of friends Monday evening in honor of their guests i Mlsasea Gregory and DTawes of Hawea yule Nature puts out its danger signals andI if you are not in perfect health consult your physician and have the prescrip tion filled by our accommodating drug gists Moorman OVen A handt ome face is sometimes made disagreeably plain by the presence of blotches pimples and skin eruptions Title can be avoided by using the bestI toilet soaps for sale by Moorman Pop ham i sprlnltIj clothing hB just arrived and tis thei largest stock of gents furnishing goods that baa ever arrived at irvington CallI and see him His price and goods willi suit you The Ladies Aid Society was hand somely entertained at their last meeting by the pastors good wife at her lovely home on the hill Bro Lewis timely 1talb are a wonderful help to these earn eat Christian workers Among our guests will be found manyr y ny charming p ople Misses Gregory and Hawes of Hawesvillf Miss McCarthy of Fordsville Miss Elton and Ermine Munford Gnston Miss and Mrs Ben ham LorI Branch Mrs Georgia French and Mis Rosa Moorman Clover port Miss Mercer Rosetta Mrs T Rob ertcon Weldon Mies LUla Powell Brandenburg and Mrs Clarkeon MrI Lee Roby Miss Lu Olle Miss Alamio Perry and James Balond Fordavilt- eHARDINSBURG R S Skillman went to Cloverport last Saturday Dr J T Biker bas his office at Guth rios drug store Loot Saturday was a good business day for this town J A Witt wan able to ba out in town one day last week Mr Andersons family have moved back hero from Garfield For jewelry watches and clocks call on T U Lewis the Jeweler Judge Ahl has moved into Frank Has wells property in the west end Tho Magistrates Courts are b lnl held throughout the county this week T 0 Lqwis the Jeweler carries a complete line of musical goods Mr Hudson of Cloverport and Mr WatliBii ofOffcnsboro were here last FridayFor repairing watches clocks and men ding Jewelry T 0 Lewis the Jeweler is the best Take your watch and clock to T 0 Lewis the Jeweler and he will make them run Mr Charles Hrston the coal man finds it difficult to fill all of his orders for coalThe Cooperage Companys plant here is now running every day on lull time Henry Harned has announced a sale for the laths preparatory to moving to OklahomaJames ard who has been living in the upper part of the state has returned hero to live Mica Lucy May contemplates making a visit to her brother in Montana in the early summer strj jS A Pate has gone housekeeping in the property he bought recently from the Huckeby heirs Deputv Sheriff Will Gardner of Ir yioston was here last week looking after his official business The amount of timber that is moving out from around this town la leaving plenty of money behind It The Eclipse Grocery has a full line of garden seed for early spring use Visit that store before plantibg Will and Jeff Hook have put up a telephone line to connect with their mothers residence in the country Now that the smiling spring has come some fellows who have been lying around town all winter ought to go to the farms and follow the plow Henry Harned will have his sale next Friday He is cleaning out and clean ing up and will go at once to Oklahoma He has two boys there who own farmsI and who are both doing well Mr T 0 Lewis who recently bought out a restaurant in Louisville came down home last Saturday and returned Tuesday morning He is very much pleased with the business outlook of his new venture Correspondents Wanted Write to us If you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do or call at our store and get a trial bottle Ten doses lOc at Short Haynes Cant Stand Prosperity A very interesting gentleman who has had much to do with private sanitariums in and around New York said the other evening I can always tell when there are hard times in the financial and commercial world IHow Why allof the private sanitariums in this neighborhood and in the Adlrondacks are almost de pleted The men and women who be lieve that they are seriously ill and who pamper their predictions toward hypochondria drop all their fads and fancies and get back into the world in order to make the fight to make both ends meet Vast wealth and luxury fill our sanitar- Iums while nard times bring the people to their senses and to the belief that they are not quite as sick as they believedI themselves to be Anybody can standI adversity but very few can stand prosperity New Boarding House Mr E H Johnson of Dukes has pur chased the Galloway property and will continue to operate it as a boardinghouse Mr Johnson is a first class man He has given the entire house a thorough renovation andinvltea all of his Hancock county friends to give him a call BRANDENBURG A number of new pupils entered the Normal this morning Monday whose names 1 did not learn My bright little pupil Walter Carr is back with his usual interest in music after an absence of two weeks Mies Mary L Ditto is with her slater Mrs W D Howard who has moved back to her home on West Hill Mrs D MI Duncan and her handsome I son will spend n week or two in CloverI port soon with Mrs II V DnncanII Miss Claudia Stltil a pretty and pleas I ant young lady from Louisville is the I guest of her sister Mrs Wui Uewlcy Mr and Mrs Carr of Weldon have returned from Jtffersoiivllle where Mr Carr was called by the death of his fatherMisses Alberta Drury and Mary lrlcdI spent Saturday aud Sunday at Bawley vine with Albertas parents Mr and Mrs Ohm Drury Mr Herbert Beard a pleasant young man of llardinsburg spent Sunday hero with well one ot our handsome glrl for whom I have au ideal Brother Duvall preached last Sunday morning aud evening on the Atone ment Ills arguments were deep log lea and conclusive- D M Duncan of the Meade Messen ger saw Viola Allen in the Christian and reports her as enchanting and says the costumes were the most elegant he ever sw Dries Florence Smith of Denver Col and Miss Rare of Lebanon Junction Will Smith and Mls3 LomB Nevitt were visitors lest week of Mice Jimmie Lee Wooloiks Mies Sue Carter of Lebanon who has spent several weeks witht her njster Mrs Dr Pusey returned home Tuesday Miss Sue is an unusually well Informed Ilady and a most pleasant one in conversation When anyone has sweet kind words from a good soul like dear Mrs Hobbs she can anew her journey pursue I with all of Mrs Hobbs friends am glad her lines have fallen in a pleasant place Littlu Cornelia Ditto has been quite ill of whooping cough and pneumonia She wanted to know why Miss Hattie did not mention it in this column Wen a tho sand pardons little girl Miss Hattie had not heard it and is glad you are out and looking your sweet selL Mrs Wm Sanders shook my hand o no cordially last Sunday after churc + and said You are all right in politics Yes indeed I feel that she many others and I have never deviated from the true doctrines of Democracy We were one in opinion during tie civil war I had a letter last week from my mus ic pupil Helen Paul now Mrs T W Mazey of Toledo Ohio Helen inquires most affectionately of her old friends and schoolmates whom she left nearly ten years ago She expects to locate in California in the near future =Mr J D Hardin was in Frankfort last week Mr Hardln hiss been in Frankfort as representative from Meade when there was a hot time in the old town1 He found the waters quiet but two crafts sailing on its crest both pulling up stream Judge Field has since hauled in one set of oars Messrs Doc Gray Plus Yates Victor Ppaulding Ben Hook Albert tfcBewley and Dan Willett styled the Culture Clnb gave their young lady friend Misses Lula Woolfolk Ruth Phillips Sue Owlogs Tennie Hamilton Beulah Fontaine and Goorgle Helmstetter a beautiful reception at Mrs Wm Mc Intireson Saturday night Here comes Stuart Owing saying II complimented W D Ashcraft and said1 nothing for him as a candidate for coun ty clerk Now Mr Editor did Inott give Stuart aud Wallace Medley a puff f Did I not do the same for C G More man the lest announcedcandidate Have I committed myself for anyone f I did say more for Mr Aehcraft because he has been an official for six years and I spoke of his record Stuart surely ov erlooked my mention of him One of the most enjoyable afternoons tie reading club has had was the one held with Miss Lena Nevitt last Thurs day Misses Mary Lewis Lula andMlnm nie Bland Lena Nevitt and Lula Wool folk sang The members had quotations from noted musical composers Ices and cake were ou the program then came business Romeo and Juliet will be studied one act at each meeting There will be a called meeting at Mrs Grin nella Thursday the 15th to receive the names of now members before the play is ordered 1 Dr Wm H Whitsttt has returned fom Europe where he has been for five months preparing material for a history of the Baptist church from the earliest time doweto the present day TIe says he is more firmly convinced than ever that immersion did not exist la the b Iow4Mi59LUT1ELYPURE Makes the food more delicious and OOPOl1Mka powDta CO OtW MOM of that church prior to 1041 anti which I hli can prove from collected historical data Dr WhitHtta reputation cs a scholar and theologian makes us look I anxiously for his history The Womans Missionary Society had a most pleasant and profitable meeting with Mrs HO Woodaou the President on Friday afternoon Mrs Woodson de dined being an officer again and Dire Owings was elected with Mrs Wm Me Intire first VicePresident Mrs J W Lewis secondVicePresldtnt j Mrs G HII Casperke as recording Seoty Mine Daisy Mclntlru aa corresponding Secretary and Miss Alllu Reid fie Treasurer were reelected by acclamation Miss IonaI Price read a leaflet Mies Daisy read a letter from Mien Tula Daniel inclosing one from Mira Trneheart Mlsa Allle Reid was organist Three new members were admitted i ST PATRICKS DAY I i Be Celebrated By The X V Club t at Brandenburg Saturday Evening ItruNDKNiiURG KY March 12Spec- lalMlss Ethel King will entertain the X V Club Saturday nJght C honor of St Patricks day The young ladlesl liayjvfBSueu the following invitations to their gontleman friends We want you to come and others greet At Mrs Kings home on Euclid street- Come at eight oclock Saturday after noon Please let me Know if youll be there soon Some trilling souvenir vou may also bring Tie it up carefully most any old thing Tho reason for Kthlayoull kuow in time And whatever yon do answer this in rhyme March 17 1000 All the members and guests will wear a knot or bow of green Never mind about tbe souvenirs wait and see- OBITUARY BoardFell asleep February 8th 1000 at the home of her daughter Mrs Coleman Haswell Mrs EmmlJllne Bruce Bord daughter of Hiram and Mary Bruce She was born at Forks of Rough Breck enridge Co Ky Sept 4 1832 was mar tied to J S Morris Aug 2 1840 One daughter of this union survives Mrs William Hensley Lelt a widow she married S V R Board JanllBGO One son and one daughter of this marriage with two brothers and three sisters and many rela tives and friends are left to cherish sweetest memories of her gentle amiable unobtrusive Christian character She was a member of the M E C South for many years A lover of home and children and flowers her sweet pres once is sorely missed and Paradise is dearer because she lingers there await Ing with the many loved ones the resur rection of the just A eemlluvalid for years she had look ed forward to the time when He would say It is enough come up higher Conscious to the last she calmly and peacefully enteredinto teat leaving to her dear ones such sweet evidences of complete readiness and to her absent boy her Arthur the message to meet me in heaven God grant a sweet reun ion by and by to the three and the waiting ones beyond Her funeral services wore conducted at tbe home by her pastor Rev FM Petty 1 The blood was the sign Lord That marked them as thine Lord And brightly theyll shine At Thy coming again Een now let my ways Lord Be bright with thy praise Lord For brief are the days Ere Thy coming again Her friend Tun 0 DANIEL SAD DEATH Of The latest Child of Mr and tIn Henry Wright Al Francis the five months old baby of IfaadHenry Wright died of pneumonia Thursday night at ten oclock It was buried at the Ryan graveyard near Tobinsport Friday afternoon Much sympathy Is extended toMr and Mrs Wright lathe loss of this theirs only child s w 1 l NNMMNNN MNN1M 8 PAGES 156i COLUMNS n IMIUNO 1 POWDER WhOlesOj THREE CHEERS For The Glendcane Correspond ent by a Staunch Friend and Admirer Three cheers for the Glemleane corres agBlnIhero come his column We do not believe lie was oxcited in the least j neither do wu believe an apology due Taylor or any of his follow ers But it does seem twould be a wise plan for some others to have enough of the love of God in their hearts to bite their lips and stand silent for I while Wlei have known Glendeanes correspondent for quite a number of years to be the noble type of the true Kentucky gentleman that he is today One who can and will defend himself and party when necessary Would that we had more like him Ve certainly appreciate this worthy gentleman as ono of the best educators of dear old Breckenridge No honest faithful heroic worker ever failed of his reward Only he who dares to be true can be grea- tUTOPIAtIONOR ROLL endingMarchDaisy Deane 998I Robert Fisher II W 7 Emma Dee Moorman 097 May 0 DetupaterTJ7Al-ma Mattfugly6Lz- zie Fisher 095- Meda MaxwellIA-da Mattingly 093 Maudlft Mattingly 003OtterOlllo lIosklnBII 092 Nora lloekins 99 2 Kny Moorman 091 Walter Moorman 080 Johnnie Hoskins OS9 Ross Dud Moonnan088Neali- aMattingly 887rEva Owen 080 Owen Hunter OS6 J H PILE Principal WAR TO THE DEATH Pests of the Poultry Yard Must Go I American Lice Destroyer Kills More Miles Lice and Other Vermin In a Day Than all Other Remedies- Combined The war la on 1 The days of lice and vermin that have done so much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable are over American Lice Destroyer Is the proper ammunition to me 1 This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin can not exist twentyfour hours after it is ap plied to tho coop or fowls Every poul tryman needs it It is cheap reliable and effective one package being suffi dent to protect SCO fowls from mites and lice for one year When the Destroyer is used profits itt onct increase Lice and vermin do mor to kill profit than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing money every l week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things with out success but if this falls you can have your money back We are in this fight EE- to stay and will back Destroyer against any number of mites or lice you may have Dont fool away money with lire cipes or homemade make shifts Use r scientific means The American Life Destroyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen r it has been on the market several years and baa been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and if it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your drug gist dont sell American Lice Deetroyer hes behind the age In that tree send for one dollar box at once Made only by American Mfg Coy Terre Haute Ind Blood poison often results from a cut or wound If not properly treated Dr Bells AntiPain is the wonderful din covery of the age for the quick relief of internal and external pain 5 Z4 + q ic 14 it- I pii I2 THIS BRECKBNRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 FARM ORCHARD f AND GARDEN- a JBY J S TRIGG copnuOlll 1DOO sr a N Twaa ROOKPOan it- u I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I k AA v Pork and beans mnko a well balanced ration for the hardworking man All tho good 30 an acre lands of the 7 7Dorthwest are going up to 40 before they get to their real value When an old hen will bring you In an Income of 1 a year which she will easily do If you give her half a show she becomes the best monoy maker there Is on the farm The best butter makers of the north west aro the Danes and the reason of this Is that In no country Is scientific dairying so persistently and thoroughly taught as In Denmark It Is well to remember that calves are seldom sick or ailing when fed warm separator milk right from the cow This Is the testimony of nearly every man who uses a farm separator liens bees and orchards go first rate together The hen will destroy much of tho Injurious Insect life which taunts the orchard while the bees will do a splendid job In tho fertilization of orchard bloom The cost of running a Texas steer on the Texas ranges Is only 100 per year As such steer will put on at least 350 pounds of meat during the year the profits of the beef business In that state are easy to see It may bo cheaper to let the house and barn stand unpainted than to paint them They say It Is but a man who will sock to save a dollar this way do serves to have the ragweeds grow six feet high over hIs grave Feeders through the west are over bidding the Chicago market from 2 to 8 cents a bushel on corn When corn sells at 25 cents the present prices of all meat and dairy products make It worth more to feed than to ship It Is everlastingly to the discredit of the dairy interests of this country that Denmark will buy American corn and oil meal pay freight on It feed It con vert It into butter and outsell our but ter by 3 cents a pound In the English market Wherever water will stand for 24 hours on a tract of land after a heavy rain such land needs draining Dut tow crops will endure being submerged for even that length of time Forty eight hours under water will kill near ly all the cereals outright The great economy of modern Inven tions Is well Illustrated in the case of street car traffic Tho old horse car lines used up 008 per cent of their earnings for operating expenses while the modern electric trolley car lines use but 383 per cent of earnings for operating expenses For a really desirable winter bloom lug house plant we wish to commend the freesias A half dozen of the bulbs planted in a pot in the fall have given us hundreds of beautiful and fragrant blossoms all through January and well Into February were loaded with bloom Try them next winter It seems that when a flock of sheep and Its increase are mortgaged to secure a debt the wool is not included in such mortgage and that the owner of the sheep may sell the wool anti not account therefor to the mortgagee The courts hold that the term Increase ap plies to the animal and not to Its prod ucts When you talk to a beef man about tho oleo fraud on the dairy Interests bo only grins It IH Impossible to get him Interested In the matter even a little bit If ho says anything ho will tell you that the development of the oleo trade has added 5 to the value of every steer which he sells for beet It is thus that self Interest stifles con science Please give Secretary Wilson a long credit mark for refusing point blank to do anything to Interfere In behalf of the two Philadelphia merchants who are In jnll for violating tho dairy laws of that state In selling oleomargarine for butter The secretary says that they should servo out their sentences for the good of humanity and out of respect to old bossy Fifty years ago tho government Is sued Its first agricultural report There was then no agricultural department and the agricultural Interests of the country were consigned to the patent office In the first report published In ISm a gentleman from Iowa contributes an article on tho best breed of oxen to raise for work purposes and that was all Iowa had to say We were In a farming community not long slnco where much corn had been cut up last fall and where the crop was being handled altogether with an old fashioned thrashing ma j chine which shelled the corn and shred + ded tho fodder In very gout shape Tho principal objection to this plan was that tho corn so shelled would not keep when put in any large quantity In a bin Drilled corn will If kept clean yield w about eight bushels moro to the aero i than corn obuitcdau tlin jmcui land In M hills The drilled corn is harder Io keep clean and aa a matter of fact 1 It not properly cultivated whop very small never can bo kept clown The drilled corn grows in better shape for the harvester to out and aside from the Increased yield will furnish cars of a moro uniform size Lands which are located on river bottoms and subject to annual overflow are beat used us blue grass permanent pastures Whllo if broken up a crop may now and then be stolen from them the breaking up engenders such a prodigious growth of weeds that it Is at best a profitless undertaking Such lands mako the very best of pasture lands and are maintained in peren nial fertility by tho overflowing waters The dog whenever he is allowed to revert back to the original typo ale ways assumes a fawn color a wolflsh head and gregarious habit this explained by the fact that most beasts of prey are of a fawn color tho better to enable them to disguise themselves In pursuit of their prey The wolfish head and gregarious habit Indicate that the ancestors of the dog wore closely allied to the wolf If not sprung direct ly from It The eastern dairyman uses a dairy ration which costs him easily 30 per cent moro than such ration docs the western man Then the western man can ship his tub of butter to Boston or New York at a lose rate of freight than the eastern man can his tub from central New York Yet with this serious handicap in dairying the eastern farm er finds that his dairy is about the on ly thing which ho can make really profitable on his farm Ever cheapening freight rates are equalizing land values all over the country The high priced land of tl eastern states is constantly declining in value while tho now lands of tho west are constantly appreciating In value This result while making bad work at the cast Is of corresponding benefit to the west Land values of the future are largely going to be gov erred by the fertility of the land re gardless of location Pigeons are not of any profit as a farm bird but we like to see some of them aroudd They will to some ex tent protect tho poultry on the farm from the attacks of hawks as the hawks which take the chickens will always take tamo pigeons In preference If they can get them It kept they should not bo allowed the range of the barn as they are dirty but should be kept in pigeon houses out side The squabs make a very nice pie and will pay their way so used A lady friend of ours wanted to know why her flowers did not do well last summer when she said that she had put ns much as four inches Iq depth of hen manure on the bed before she set out her plants She herself ex plained the cause of her failure She used ten times too much of this tile most concentrated fertilizer to be had lien manure If used on a flower or a vegetable garden should be used very sparingly as It Is so saturated with ammonia that It will literally burn ev erything up Mixed with rotten leaves and lent mold or even three times Its bulk of good earth It Is a valuable for tilizer but applied as did our friend will do Infinitely moro harm than good He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed but be cured himself with five boxes Bucklene Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the beet Salve in the world 25 cents a box Sold by Short Haynes Druggists MEN AS innnn GIRLS The man house servant Is becoming a fad In New York city lie Is doing his work well and Is a success He does not ape his mistress society man ners or copy the style of her cloak or hat lie does not have a beau three nights in the week and run up the gas bill or want a half day oft when his mistress Is expecting company Then the lady of the house Is not afraid that her husband will get sweet on the hired help this worry being thus trans ferred to the husbands office These men are proving good cooks and house keepers doing their work well and thoroughly Perhaps this Is to be the solution of the hired girl problem and man may yet bo doomed as was Mr Mantallnl to turn the mangle for tin rest of his days while woman usurps his place In office store and politics A R Do Fluent editor ol the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive relief almost imme diately The Pain Balm has been a con stant companion of mine ever since and It never falls For sale by A R Flab or Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port THE WAY Or THE WORLD I Wo listened to a county superintendent of schools not llong since as bo lamented in a long address the fact that the nice girls would not remaln as teachers but would get married and so from his standpoint disarrange the work of tbo schools This super intendent was a sort of old fogy aa we look at It Who wants our nlco pretty girls to keep on teaching till crows toot gray hairs and false teeth bear mute evidence that tho bloom of their youth has departed and not even the crooked matrimonial stick is to be picked up by them There is no jweet cr little comedy enacted on earth than John plowing the long rows of corn and teeing the dimpled and pretty schoolmaqm trudging along to school In the summer morning and ho think- Ing about her all day long and watch- Ing for her to return at the evening time he managing to be at tho high way end of the field as she passes by he dusty dirty and bashful she all smiles and sweetness Then come a buggy rido and a good deal of swinging In tho hammock under the old trees while the moonlight filters down through the rustling leaves like a all ver flood and John soon is clean gone and Susie notifies the director that she will not teach after tho close of the summer term andbut why go on for you know all the rest Make an old maid teacher out of Susie Not muchI We would not If we could and what is more we could not if wo would Let the old fogy superintendent keep on growling and all you pretty school maams keep your eye out for John In the cornfield Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but never if you have a sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the Ma all sign of LiverTronble But Dr Kings New Life Pills gives Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at Short Haynes drug store THH FARJI INSTITUTES The past few years have witnessed the development of an educational fac tor in agriculture In the shapo of the farm Institute which has been a most marked success From somewhat crude beginnings the farm institute has evolved Into one of the most Important and well attended gatherings held by tho people of the several counties of the western states So far as wo know in no other country do the farm ers ever assemble for a two or three days session for the purpose of discussing matters pertaining to their business The field covered by the papers addresses and discussions at these Institutes covers a wide range and touches not only the business side of farm life but Includes tho schools the home the family the social and Intellectual side of life on the farm These meetings also bring out not a little musical and elocutionary ability which would otherwise remain seclud ed in country homes The Interest taken in the meetings increases year by year and the work accomplished so becomes more valuable as It reach es a wider field It is perhaps still too true that the class of farmers who would be most benefited by attending these Institutes fall to attend them but the leaven Is working and they will be on band before long We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep abottle open all the time and whenever any of my family or mvself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we never have to send away fora doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough remedy never falls to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit and worthD 8 ilearkle general merchant and farmer Jattle Bedford county Pa For sale by A R Flatter Cloverport R A Shell man Stepheneporr THY A PEW BEETS Try an acre of sugar beets this year You will thus become acquainted with this now crop and can judge for your self whether you want to add the sugar beet to your list of farm products If you have a full carload of beets which you ought to raise on an aero and a halt you will probably have no trouble indisposing of them to some factory oven If there Is a 200 or 800 mile haul on them If you cannot sell them to- be worked up into sugar they will bo a most excellent toad for the dairy cows and the brood sows next winter The main thing Is to try the crop and when the factory comes which will be before long the growing of the crop will be no experiment and you will know just what to do In regard to making contracts Frost Bites and Chilblains Quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing remedy in the world Moorman Owen From Dad to Worse I SheiI would like to call you by I your Christian name love but Tom Is so hateful and common you know Havent you some pet name HeN no I cr havent She Are you always known as Tom among your friends lie brightening upNo tho boys call me Shorty Ilarlcm Life A British Army Corp The British army corps as nominally constituted numbers 30250 officers and men A large number of these are technical troops In charge of the pontoons field telegraph railway appliances balloons field batteries and field hospitals Eliminating all of these technical troops tho strength of a dl vision In Infantry cavalry and artillery Is 0440 men with 18 guns of an army corps 80700 men with 102 guns Reitnaritnt The Why dont you use after dinner cotS fee spoons asked a woman at a first class up town restaurant of the proprl etor the other evening finding It soma what Inconvenient to use a large spoon with her small cup We did have them when we first opened answered the proprietor Wo had six dozen but they gradually disappeared until now only three are left and we consider It more economical to use the larger spoons for which people do not seem to have such a fancy At many restaurants when a glass ot claret or sherry Is called for It Is servo cd In a tiny decanter These miniature bottles are very attractive They seem to appeal as many small things do to the taste of many people One man who visits now and again many differ eat restaurants boasts that he has over two dozen of these pretty little decan ters lie doesnt say bow be came by them but he didnt purchase them New York Times When children have earache saturate a piece of cotton with BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop tbe pain quickly Price 25 and and 50 cents- WOMAN AND FLOWERS It is natural for woman to love flow ers but not every woman who loves them can grow them We went by a home last summer where this womanly love for flowers appealed to us In a most pathetic way ly the side of tho house whore the soil was very poor a little bod bad been fenced In with some brush and sticks stuck in the ground to keep the pigs and hens which bad tho free run of the home yard from rooting and scratching up the flowers In the bed were growing a few sickly poppies nasturtiums and sweat pens and as wo looked at this pitiful effort to satisfy a craving for something re fined and beautiful we wished for tho moment that wo could go and prepare this dear woman a nice flower bed and were boss of the ranch long enough to shut up the beastly hogs tbe dirty waddling ducks and the over scratch Ing old hens It Is so very easy to grow an abundance of beautiful flow ers that every woman who loves them should learn how and If she has any half way white sort of a man for a husband bo will at least help her prepare the ground and keep his hogs and poultry out of the front yard But then there are a wholo lot of men who are not half way white about such things and think that a woman had far better be patching pants or darning socks than fooling time away on flow ers fellows who are all corn and hogs Flowers cost so little and mean so much that they should have a chance to work their beautiful mission In all homos I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Dyspepsia Care That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomacb heartburn and all forms of dy spepsia A R Fisher A Cautions Man The familiar saw that no man can boa hero to his valet was illustrated to me the other day in an amplified and peculiar form It was while sitting with a man of affairs that his stenog rapher entered saying that a certain other man desired to speak to my acquaintance over the telephone Tako itssaid my man and forthwith picked up his extension machine through which be talked with theman attheoth er end the conversation Including mat ters of finance politics and personal business of a most familiar and confi dential sort Ho didnt mind me at nil I didnt count We continued our conversation and just as I was ready to leave the stenographer entered with several sheets of manuscript which she laid on the desk That goes on file said my man I Invariably have a record kept of my telephone talks and Ivo found it to pay While I talk the stenographer holds the main line and puts It down I made up my mind that It I had any thing particular to say to that man hereafter Id tell him on the street or in some place other than his office Cleveland Plain Dealer DeWitts Little Early Risers purify he blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous liver pills for const ation and liver troublesA R Fisher Scientific Safe Cracking In the experiments made In a burgla rious way among others a 3000 square safe of the most approved con struction was attacked by Inserting in the crevice about the locked door 4810 ounces of nitroglycerin and In eight minutes after the operation of loading was begun the charge was flred with tho result that tho whole of the jamb below tho door was blown out and a hole made in tho door of gut ficient size to admit the band and arm while the doors and divisions of the Interior compartments were completely shattered On repeating the operation with 4V4 ounces of forcito dynamite the door was completely torn off Among experiments mado to demon strate the resistance of structures to attack by a mob was one upon a safe 20 Inches cube with walls 43+ Inches thick made up of plates of iron and steel which were reenforced on each edge so as to mako It highly resisting yet when a hollow chargo of dynamite 0Yi pounds In weight and untamped was detonated on it a hole threo Inches in diameter was blown clear through the wall though a solid cartridge of the same weight and of the same ma tonal produced no essential effect Popular Science Monthly To Stop a Cold After exposure or when you Joel dcold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never falls to stop a cold if aleeD in time Moorman Owen healthP before- pain I Sweet dispositions turn morbid and fretful The possessions that win good hush bands and keep their love shouldbe guard- edby women every moment of theirlives The greatest menace to womans per manent happiness in life is the suffering that comes from derangement of the feminine organs Many thousands of women have realized this too late to save their beauty barely in time to save tneir lives Many other thousands have availed of the generous invitation of Mrs Pinkham to counsel all suffering women free of charge MRS H J GARRETSON Bound Brook N J writes DEAR Inds could room without help After giving tip all hopes of was advised use Lydia wrote for special I to improve from first bottle am fully to health Tile Mosquito or Tlnaalan Lapland We bad to force our way through long stretches of dense birch scrub un der a burping sun and without a breath of wind to clear away the mos quitoes They settled on every particle of exposed flesh and the thousands failed to find room there covered our caps and backs till the color of the cloth was nearly hidden Wo reached camp at 11 oclock m thoroughly done up and even then wo could not sleep our blood being so feverish from tho mosquito bites My neck and wrists were swollen up with lumps the size of sparrows eggs Un fortunately our mosquito nets had been left In camp as we had quite enough collecting gear and guns to carry and expected to be homo hours earlier Oil of lavender gives temporary relief from persecution but Its ef fects soon pass oft A mixture of half turpentine and half olive oil Is also useful In ordinary cases but when the enemy are brought into working order by a hot sun and calm day nothing stops them ex cept a veil This desire of tho mos qulto for blood lIsM strange puzzlo Not ono in a million nor any of his ances tors for generations In the arctic can havo tasted It yet all rush for tho first human being or reindeer they meet 1 have heard of tho Samoyeds being driven mad by their bltesAround Novaya Zemlya by H J Pearson It takes beta minute to overcome tick ling in the throat to stop a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure This cures all forms of throat and lupg troubles Harmless and pleaaantjto take It prevents consump lion A famous specific for grippe and ta alter effectsA R Fisher MRS jfWKHAM i nave been wk lag Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound with the best results and can say from my heart that your medicines are wonderful My physician called my trouble chronic inflammation of the left ovary For years I suffered very much but thanks to Pinkhams Vegetable MrIpound and kind am today a well wo man I would say to all suffering women take Lydia E Pinkhams medicine and your suf erings will vanish MRS MAGGIE Pull LIPPE of Ladoga writes DEAR MRS pmx- HAMFor four years I suffered from ulcera tion of the womb I became so weak I not walk across the recovery I to E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound and information began the and now restored who n good and remedy quickly Iunlnn ooasrs a bred of dog which la virtually known In ell occidental land The sleeve puppy as the tiny crea ture Is styled Is so diminutive that it can with ease be carried In the baggy sleeve of the Chinese overgarment Mr J Sheer Sedalla Mo saved his childs life by the Minute Cough Cure Doctors bad given her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure fur coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at onceA R Fisher Chinese Titeaten The Chinese are remarkably fond of the drama and consequently every vil loge has Its stage In this way the people are educated Id tho past history of their nation Tho stage arrangements are about on a par with those which existed In England at the time of Shakespeare There Is no scenery and consequently the success of the piece depends entirely on the acting which Is remarkably good Actresses do not exist In China for since some centuries ago an emperor married an actress they have not been allowed Womensparts are taken by boys who excel In their Imitations of womens voices gait and general de portmentPerhaps It is their theatrical representations which render Chinamen so content with rural life At any rate instead of crowding into towns from tho country they are happy to work on the land which supplies them with all that Is needful for food and clothing There are no native factories industries being still In the cottago stage and agriculture employs more people than any sort of trade Colliers Week lyI OOXHANDAOT OENEBAI HT 7 JOTJBEBT There are conflicting reports about the birthplace ofthe Transvaals mil gary genius but be was born In Cango Cape Colony In 1831 He k of Dutch descent not French as has been stated General Jonbert Is the hero of the war of 18801 and for nearly a score of years has been the military leader of tie South African BepubUc of which he Is also vice president Hlfl name it pronounced Yaoubertt Henderson 1toute Lonmille Sisimoo Sit Louie IVr Coo TIMe Card In Effect Jane 18 1899 r4 BAST BOUND INo 4ajNa 44 INo6 Lrl I SSSpnEvanalllemHeadenouJ5uBaketa731gofSpottsrflll 398l699Stanley ctGrlMattlngly 807 338 Owwasboroetas 3344Ipp a 418Valtmu t 413LewlsportF 481FlconVein N911 433 460ForHawesrflle J Skllman 930 449 48 OTCloYlrport 620AddllOn625Sampl6 6 Pierce1021 634 64sWebster1040salIrvingtosGroton 1066 010 608 r tor1 6 k 617Joall630WlliawDais r 662V645Kentucky715Louisville ra WEST BOUND iNa 41 No 4JINO 43 SSSpmKentockyStrset 845West t 918IlowardSwelowdaleRock linen 843 6H 9M XI OjfBundabarryGDItOD 4 1 Webser 921 643 1009My borg i 9928 889 724Itolt957 943 941 lOT 720 1008II tJ1048Shopei 1049Skilman1052 tf l tfort Falcon1054 1818 MM 3 iValtmanll10I 1189PatteOwensboro 1140 906 1148pmB IGriffithI ItStanle a 12501mRead1214 1 useDake1239Hesdenon12MEvanvIB 126SthUmanBuSetSleepmgCartad StLoufNos 41 and 44 hare elegant Ihighback Mat Pan withostdung e tCoacheSout changeEDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisvillegy t L HHI 4 St1LI Bf fUYille Branch i TIIIE TABLE Na 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE lStrSfT WeitBound TraIn East Bound Train NoStNo6t STATIONS No2ltNo 2 IAM Pat AM PM 10 ro 845 LvInfngtos Ar 9 00 41113 7 08 Garfield 835 s 20 09U1133 728 lardlntbunr 815 ti 00 esU1167 7 62 Jolly 1114 4 811 1209 804 Gladane 742 4 n1214 9 09 Oempuer I 30 415 1230 825 Falls of Hough 715 400It t 12 I 845 Dempster 8 57 S d12 56 860 Rockvalt 6 55 a as 1 W 865 Ruth 6 43 8 SB 105 900 Aiklca 044 329 lI131 915 Ar Fordirille LT 630 S l5 I PM rM AM PMtt i DallyTraJni wjlhTrainsTrains a 3 and run daily Trains Noes end 4 connect at Irvington with MIlD Line trains 41 4a 41 and 44 LOUISVILLE MSVILLE IfMAIL 00 7 Incorporated I iaV iI Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers r T4HASCON II TELL CITY t II E G RADON ROSE HITS AN- nBELtEVUEi THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and RiversCincinnati and Upper Ohio River k For rates schedules and other information address rt GEO H WILSONYSuperintendeJita G F and P Agents Louisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS Foil STOCK QuIck TIme Close ConnectiMi Low Ratty NaNNMO N44N NF rGREGORY = LvM8FIR4- i cotDears Shill Laths ShlnlM Cut Hy illzs4 rertfHwJJtIIIwL L 1Adag y y tLHNlNOANMN + 4 4 1 F 1 t I 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 3 rj BRECKENRIDGE NEWS KENTUCKY SONS OF VETERANS I Are Requested to Organize and Cooperate in The Reunion ji at Louisville r I LoUISVILLE ErM February 10th 1900 Emma OF BBCCXXNBIDOB NEWS CLOVBB t PoRT KY DXAB SuuA full attendance at the Reunion of Confederate Veterans la earnestly desired In order to insure 1 this proper organizations of these Sow must be perfected in the various towns throughout the State If a son or a grandson of a Confederate Soldier or Sailor will write me requesting it a printed guide explaining the method of i organizing a Loral camp and a model constitution will be forwarded him In this way local camps can become a part of the National order of UNITED SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS The plan of organization is plain and simple t Kentucky for many reasons should put forth special efforts toward the sue cess of the Reunion and the cooperation of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is I ll sought J Issued by the order of Bart HOWE Commander Ky Dlv U S 0 V I ROOT LIB PAGE Adjutant 34 LouisTille Trust Bldg Louisville Ky RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Bleed Dlmiei Cured by B B B J SufferersY cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat tens not what other treatment doctors Ii sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al ways promptly reaches the real cause 1 1androots out and drives from the bones t joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison In the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong t enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of the symptoms 1 Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 BsLarge bot ties 1 six bottles full treatment t5 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme pdy that makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else falls We have absolafe eealdence ID BotanIc Bl odBalEBrllift feS s tybaEB y test it TxrAt BtYLII FfcEEr we will sends pactNmreiderstBLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Bt TIME TO REORGANIZE t I The readers of the Lawrence Library Books are requested to bring their books to Moorman Owens drug store at Mice The tlmefor reopganixation has arrived and eyery book must be in for distribution HIGH PRICE r FOR LUMBER The Dean Tie Company has a con tract for 6000000 of oak timber to beI used for car building Most of it goes to to the Tollman Palace Car Co Since the run on oak timber commenced In this section the price has gone from 1860 to a 1360 per thousand feet and Is still ad vancing Ii Renews use Subscription l r rMraLucy Temple of Yelvington a former resident of this place and for many years the landlady at the Clover port hotel renews her subscription to the NEWS She says that she cannot get along without her home paper 1Mrs Sarah Bland Has Lived Beyond The Nonagenarian Period of It I Ute Her Condition Is Re i if I rnarkable j The oldest woman in the county today Is Mrs Sarah Bland who lives with her soninlaw Charles Oelxe on the turn pike about four miles from Hurdlnsburg r Mrs Bland will be ninetyBlue years old IB April and her condition is something l mnuiual She hn been in bed for seven years and Ili patient and trustful with everything and everybody Mr Oelss and his family all these oaten years have waited upon the old lady minister leg to her wants and in every way that AtheyeoaM bav made her lost days the beet The old lady may drop off at any hoar and then she may linger for some i fisa yet Speakipg of her the other day Mr Oebw said she knew sit of her Heads sad took her meals regn iariy bat that herifad was very weak k t meL The other day be said he Rent to her bedsad asked her how she fett She said pretty well and that h- eW feeea talking to her father all morn jog Her father hoe been dead more then thirty years WI Yancy Psdaeafe XIwrlzi bM a eevn case dkldiy dleesee- r three of twtf beet plays 1 la a XiBtwky treated me iirithoa l etloeeea x1raetdeeed10 try Tfoleyt jl1dal yO Wn Thretbettle gave IBS tBMdiste reHWjwWf three Bottles cared nee teraatleittijrI gfcdly iai1thl woaderkt w Meor as t Owsrn t F + y ke4h Banker Route a Rebbir J R Garrison Cashier of the bank of Thornville Ohio had been robbed of health by a serious lung trouble until he tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Then be wrote Z It lis the beet medicine I ever used for a se vere cold or a bad case of lung trouble I always keep a bottle on hand Dont suffer with Cough Colds or any Throat Chest or Lung trouble when you can be cured so easily Only roc and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store HAZEL DELL Roads are in a bad condition Miss Blanche Grant was the guest of MIllS ella Elder Monday Misses Claud and Eva Dowell were the guests of Miss Lnla Roberts Tuesday eveningMrs Cynthia Dowell and daughter Maude were the guests of Mrs Walls one day lastl week Eennie Miller and John lullu have been hauling logs to the saw mill Several boys from this neighborhood went opoesum punting Saturday night John Baahtm Lisa removed from Dry Valley to B C Dieckmans farm Bornto the wife of Logan Hlcker son March 2nd a girl Mrs Hunter had bar land surveyed last week June Mattiugly and June Brickey were at Sample Saturday Miss Tena Dieckman was tho guest of Miss Lula Roberts Wednesday evening Mr G R Oompton from near this place and MIa9 Viola Whltwortb of Sand Cave Flat were married recently at the home of the bride For all pulmonary troubles BAL LARS HOREHOUND SYRUP taken In the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough and If used in season prevents the further ilevelope ment of consumption Puce 25 and 60 cents The Coupod Scheme The twenty cent coupon scheme which has been wofifAf iff over this slate aod others has resold all It la used to pro corn most anihiog from a barrel of flour tcra silk pttU oat Those who are- succeeefall feel that theyhave made quite birgatajn getting a five dollar pur efiaM with an outlay of twenty cents and the assistance of five friends This is the idea You pay twenty cents for a coupon and on remitting 100 receive five other coupons to be sold at twenty cents each thereby net ting back your S100 The purchasers of your coupons in turn remit 100 each and receive five coupons each When each ofyour five customers has turned in the 100 you receive your pur chase be it floor or petticoat and so the endlera chain moves on It Is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An AI bany NY dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his retu n He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours be returned say lug the doctor need not come as the child was much better Tho druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has had a constant demand for it from that part of the country For sale by A R Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport LICK RUN Clyde Allen and Taylor Weedman spent Sunday In Rbodella- Mlss Daisy Chlsm1 of Andyvlllo re turned home Saturday accompanied by Will Walls The dance glv n by Mr Lou Faith was a complete success Garnettsvllle on Yellow Banks bar twenty inhabitants one store and a saw mill Miss M E Flannery is visiting rela tives at Andyyllle- Suoday School began here tjju flat Sunday In March W F Bellow has been quite success Ins selling poultry food for a firm In Terre Haute Iud This food is no hum bug and does whattt claims to do Mr Dot Stiles will soon take chargeI of the tie making and hauling at thisI place He Is full of push add energy and is worthy of the place Nothing gus more pleasure than to know that the good people of this county are putting the saloons out ol reach We surely osndo without them Visiting Relatives Mrs James Halle who ubeea visit tug relatives at Fsdeab has reachedL this city to be theeetof relatival She is a s1steJlalawto Marshal Hall andI Sara HalL Mrs Hill reildea im Jeffer sonvllle Ind aadjls a woman of strongr pharaoter Blackberries w ted a little l gyeenet A Tobaecoe Tofcneeo deist Yon have said a physician tbo tobacco heart The patient made answer Doctor I never smoked but once and that was when 1 was a boy This happened In Gormnntown Both mien touched and the physician prepared to examine the patient again seas to make another diagnosis After a half hour of bard work the tobacco heart still seemed to resemble the mans disease and the physician said What do you do for a living The man replied I am a tobacconist Well then of course you ve got the tobacco heart whether youre a smok er or not said the physician All day long you breathe In tobacco The dst of It fills your lungs circulates with your blood all over your body and Is digested with your food I have bad a number of cases such as yours and 1 prescribe eight hours a lay In tho fresh air Youll find It hard to ft w this prescription Away from th bacca laden air of your shop you t have the uneasy restless longing o get back to It which the smoker after a few hours of abstinence has for a cigar That Is BtrntiRe hut foull find It true You bane unconsciously ac quired the tobacco breathing habit and Its a habit larder I believe to break than the tnekluR habit Itself Philadelphia Record Old llnrrlanit aupratitlone Witch Killing If lhows an so bad ly bewitched thnt one dies the follow ing will deprive the witch of her rower Take the lend horse out Into n field and burn the carcass besldf a tree First cut a cross In the tree then drive n unll In at the cross Now take your rifle which must be loaded with a silver bullet choose a position so that the fire Is between you nod the tree and shoot over the Ore at tin nail When you hit the nnll the witch will lose ber power and you cannot miss with the silver bullet To Sell Oneself to the Devil Go to the crossroads at midnight alone and play on the banjo IIf you really want to sell yourself two black dogs will appear and will dance as you play Then you promise something fearful Any onu who thus sold blumelf was said to be able to outplay and outdone any competitors- A Method bl or a Girl to Try Her For tune Put an egg to the lire and sit an hour The wlcd will howl and the dogs bark and the man you air to Larry will come In and turn the wig around If the egg hurts you will dlo or possibly my Informant adds you will never marry Baltimore Sun Will You Live la He Oldt That man will not live to he old remarked a sclentlllc man to the writ er Indicating a man who was standing nearWhy prayr the writer queried I wonderingly Well he has not a single physio logical Index of long life Qls head Is narrow he has narrow eyes and nos trils and a long delicate hand all of which augur III for length of days If you observe carefully you will find that with rare exceptions which only serve to emphasize the rule men who live to bo old have wide beads above the ears and wide foreheads Large and wide nostrils are always evidence that those two Important or gans the lungs and the heart are good The cars In old men are almost Invari ably placed low Again long lived people usually have broad and short bands Inelegant It may be but still an Indication of llong life If therefore you see a man who an swers these physical conditions you may safely barring accidents of course predict for him length of days New York Telegram I One an him Well bless my souls exclaimed one of the first citizens of Chicago that breezy metropolis on the banks of Lake Michigan When did you bit the town I havo not hit It at alir corrected the man from Boston Tbe largeness of the area and the absence of a defi nits personality preclude such action Thats so assented the Chicagoan his cordial hilarity a little less marked By the way whet are you stopplngr Im not stopping at all my dear friendNot stopping at aU7 Why what theNo but Im staying at the rainier House Deucod expensive plaoe ITI say Thats sot Well Its toe badIToo bc1d1 Hows than Well I was going to Invite you to come on out and put op at my house while you were In town but aloe youre staying at the Palmer House 1 snjipotsp Its no use And off ha walked Kansas O ty Independent Bnmmn Nntnrev I cant understand Jenkins When my salary was raised from 916 to 20 hll was the first to pat me on the back and congratulate me1t Welir Now that Im getting 30 be hardly speaks to me Well you know Jenkins IIs still get ting 25 Philadelphia Preen QuieeStage Manage You say you haws Ma some stage experience use OmsfcOB yes IfldeedlI I toy k flhe kadhiR par1ev dturch eutat hose uses aadw4to bait 1=tnt wrerybody s a1 jut M Sett f 9kt e1TgWm- bsta 0 BbltlelontaeL According toh fitanrallaB Oaslttle- there are ord4MzUy tartJO fto 40 l etle tfflsbMt HobeoI msIt A large percentage of the attita make IIbolr living by fishing There ore BO mierptoes ear t4s lEna JJoblitIJhililitiiO elattide of x9p6 fitk flop Chaplce Watben of OwcMDpro was here Thursday u2 A Ilnril Rala It rains a great deal In the Puget sound country says a man from that part of the Union and 1 beard a fun ny Incident not long ago about It Some chap bad come from the Mississippi valley to take up his residence at Whntcom on Bclllngham bay where there are very high tides When the boat landed him at the end of the long pier extending over the tide tau the water was low and the new man did not notice anything but a wide stretch of sand between the boat and the town It was In the evening about dark and was raining and be went to the hotel on the front street and staid there going to bed without having gone out for a walk The next morning whcjn he got up he looked out and the tide was In the water coming up closo to the hotel He gnzed at the widespread waters for an Instant and throwing up his hands In astonish ment be exclaimed Geo whiz but It must have rained hard last nights Then he hurried down stairs to tho office to find out If there was any danger from the flood and the clerk smiled four or five times and gave him some much needed Information Washing ton Star Mips Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says suffered a long time with dy spepsia lost flesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured me It digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never falls to give Immediate relief in the worse cSBellA R Fisher The American trotting horse stands at the head as the best type of car riage and harness horse to be found European horsemen are moro and more recognizing this fact Sixty bead of largo sized trotting bred carriage horses In one consignment were sold In New York In December lost for CG000 or an average of 1100 each and the sum of 10000 was paid for an extra flno pair of trotting bred car riage horses by a London customer Two young stallions sold for 20000 and 25000 while 700 trotting bred animals of all ages wore sold during the same month In New York at an average of 500 each J B Clark Peoria 111 says Sur geona wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DeWitts Witch nazol Salve It Iin infallible for plies and skin disease Beware of counte- rfehtsA R Fisher flow it Via lack1I hear you lout a lot of money on Wall street while you were drunk TomII wasnt drunk but the stocks I bought took a drop too much Bos ton Journal It Is an open question as to whether Indecision or rashness has assisted us to make the greater number of mistakes NORTONS VALLEY We are having some nice weather at presentMr aac Norton went to Hardlntbnrg Wednesday There are several cases of measles in this community Brother fourth will preach at this place Sunday night Farmers in this section aw all busy burning plant bed Mr D H Haynes and wife visited Mr and Mrs Clint Norton last Sunday Mrs Millie and Alcy Hook were the guests of Mrs Carrie Triplet Friday evening Mr Add Arms purchased a fine horse from his brother Mr Nat Arms last week MrsA H Hayneaf was visiting her pa rents Mr and Mrs Anderson Hook last Thursday and Friday Mrs Lannle Yates and her daughter MlssOmie were the guests of Mrs Sarah Arms last Thursday evening MrDalsy and Annie Simmons and Mrs Mary Davis wete the guests of Mrs Bat tie Hook last Thursday evening Mr Dick Shellman and his son passed through here last week enroute to the stave woods to haul loge for a while OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Bnhcaltliy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes I kidney trouble oi may yourbloodout the waste or Impurities In the blood If they sick or of order fall to do their Pains aches rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected Kidney trouble quick or unsteady beats and makes one feel as though they bad heart trouble because the heart Is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned bloOd through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to traced to the kidneys but now modem science proves that nearly constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwafiipRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon r dltstands the highest for tts- wyndedulcures otlbarrroMt dtstresstsg cases and would on Its merits by all druggists la fifty centt 54ona4trllwafz You have a eanpie bottle by mall ter are out they work nd causes heart be all a of layltoL flee akeMnfMet telling you how to find out U you Wvrjatosy er bladder trottbar Mention tWspaper whoa wrtllaJ Dr KUmer de Cei Bmte+ NY I I I s j I A COALHouse Reduction- Will I t your COAL HOUSE hold a car- loadf of Coal I i Take Advantage of the Reduction I It I i The Baskett Coal has become the servants standby whJOd lasting fires are needed It is the best and most economical Coal any family can use I The Company now offers at a great reduction their I product in car load lots I t 11 This Wont Hold Good all the Time Im ImAre you needing Coal Write the Pittsburgh Coal at Baskett for prices Th ThTAKE ADVANTAGE F OF THE REDUCTION AT ONE Your order will have prompt attention Pittsburgh Coal Company rIBASKETTI XY rlf QRMS0tI JaEJIi SEASONis III FOE I SPRING WEAR- I I I I T 9 i Dress Goods Notions I Hats Caps Furnishing Goods j G and Dress Goods THE LARGEST STOCK OF SPRING MERCHANDISEev- erI displayed in Irvington will be shown soon at the Mammoth Store of i JOLLY cI- RVINGTON CAINKY 7 a SAND CAVE FLAT L R Adklsson went to Addison last SaturdayMr Lay and daughter Miss Zel ma went to Addiion last Saturday Mrs B Lay was the guest of Mrs G W Payne of Stepbensport last Satur dayMr Doe Grant of near Preston at tended church at Sample Saturday and Visited this community In the evening Miss Annabel Grant after spending several day with Miss Znls McKaugbao has returned home We rejoice y1th Irvington over the recent victory for temperance We dot t pray that the temperance cause may Ije equally victorious In the forthcoming election in the dear old town of Glover port Mrs G W HIckereon passed away on the4th of March and on the following day her remains were interred in the family irravcyard of the Wheeler homestead now owned by Philip Flock Her husband and six children survive her four sons and two daughters The oldest daughter in now Mrs Bhelman Mrs HIckereon was a faithful wife and mother andthe family has sustained a great lose They hue our sympathy and we can only point them to Heaven for con solation toWmlu thee from our hone mother We mlu thee from thy place Z A shadow oer our lift r fatWe rain Uy unfllnflace Wmlu thy kind ud wllllg bud Thy God and earet care Our home U dark without thee mother i We ube thee everywhere One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It lis unequalled for whooping eaegh Children all like 11 writes H N Will lama Gentryvllle lad Never falk It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Curtis coughs colds hoarseness croup pneumonia bit aeM Us and all throat and lung ironbles Ifs early use prevents poaaaapUOaA B Piahsr h t rj- I I rj t 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900IBRECKENRIDGF NEWS r Joo D V GB M gei Editors and Propriiti 4AKDS OP TtlASKS Iftr Ire illite ekirgfJ ret at IIks r leof 10 ttiti per Hit OBITUARIES tiargtd fir at the rile of 6 tent it ferllitVOSEY IX ADTAXCB WEDNESDAY MAHCH 141000 LTils Snoldou vduiiiu of tbe Topek Capital made its first iwua yeiUrduy TUB most eventful LjUUtur in tti history of Kentucky endd its tare r t rday Jons RUSKIX Mid Win beinKI vsry Blinrt nii1 tit quiet hours of iit few wo tou ltt to waste iioae of them in KdtDj valul w book 1 1TUiC Social Democrats at ludiaimpoll last week nominated Eugene Victor Debs of Indiana for President nnd Job Harriman of Uiliforiia for VieePrel 1dentWE would DI1MOUDC the nsle of thl Dhonaa property to take plot Stnrday March 21th instead of March 1UIi an was nJvMrtieed by us last week It was a mistake of ours which we regrot For j information iu regard to the elll see Michael Hamman THE members of the Methodist church and others who arts attending tie eer Vlcts now in progrHjtat that church an being interested and cdlllid by tlict ser mona of the UBV J MI Crowe who iIs one of the most lunrnwd and ulrqutni ministers of the Methodist faith AFTER reading the Match number of the Farm Journal we can witheven greatrr confidence than ever recom mend it to our farm reader This Ifcsui is full of interest and information to every member of the family It is ia guldx book that you cannot aiTord to bt without Pay a years Bubucriotlnn to the XEWS and net this paper absolute fret fir four years Tilt ItolNrii1 temperance1 Hill watdf fati IMUMUSK ofIrt spirit Then wire ninny men who voted aeainttt fft limply hecmiiw tint men who were try lrg ti put It through were igiinut the 6ibIl l iiiMihinH Did thry not sell tlHir votvuT They arknowlwij d ttis th y bMimTcd it t h be it IJOIIi nit atmr Ant tir tht hdlltltlHetffol tts countr tnt wra too little to iie bive party 1 fr principle Tlito WM neither Chris tan like par patriotic i HE Sew Paciflr so intPtvrtini and timy book by Ilolwrt BoW Bancroft 1 f ftr its th me the larfitt Ofoasi with i is rri and ihand all ol history r lie wal1 It and puwtr This rost H lividin ih eastern aid wetter i v z lion wliic1 ha ben hot tht bar i 0i Hi blth IM at lilt Hvnod tto iffi iitlir flIhUIt of- II iIill comj ri8O n and Ms well I I V 10ifnl il with J MrI lUnciufc 1ori- eSiolflliq I A inert i WM C 1alnr I t novation in t i g Pt1nm which K I II flIlI recogn lion an VIT lI ital principUt 04 r warn AJI- l1i nii world jflV1 on UHt ttm fircoftn i opupwUhtifpTocfMlon Fsircui i conduct d on thn eontvrvfltlY iii that WA ligit and propr fifty YOU i go flu farufr who cacci s u traiici onl sad try plans that hit r tahf kuw not oi haL that hay jijiiii HC modern tim s hiu ttSiti by aKr utnnl axejeits awl found to bet Wjrtii I lluwiif A uew liido iv bat M ridi S atrlleliaatIlllUO lJlllnMtrrl wiif M it the cniiviiiiiii ot t untcur I ltt tliiM iroilltc liun txv li I e i4I y ri fut in VirgiiH and H wriluiy ii y inI now cncting a iiiKiiiiiMiiit 11t r HI Frilriok wrji fnriltn uitiitt fjcuui tif lIt muflr rty lliponliymiin cli Mist ruittrt I he Immms cf lire eke ti riICIIY niiitU1 tnnttriilt ttdnat tn our v iiiyi4 Ilt eosIiii- Vi atIioi1natvii IPI I LUTM been i s t nrfiK dI withI aplleity in tat Si 1oilltffl ii1 HIMnll1 wtrranU nri ut llir l o otIle Kmlry s tv f tJtate iinilur J r dly and Jolm L1vrra UIiIII nwof I thi nnnn tajin r compmnlil ThM blafIh11 Kiranted ar UolUjd Vlttfctr Uu I r county lMh ltwes KIIOX c uit H cy of Saltn UTid r Turin W II hilton Jackeon Mil y Staw i AUlitoi umler T y r UIiI ii John DaviK Jfirenmn CMinly J Jh MuUan AVifl y county aid W IU Tlaitjil t Ua ru county cttwid ol tlrt Ceotral iuBano asylum at Kik lund H ntap Jones ro out on buL IFmliy TW nwII located at Lanmt giLIItt I a ul John L Powers ia nuppowtd tci hco neat Li hump but ne tier lies boer itrrcstrd Caleb Powttra Davis and V MI nw 1111rr lodge fin tiiH jail at Louisvii Vii n art eteiJ tlmy wre funud to lmv uar dons from Governor Taylor in heir pockota They nil caim thor InaUii cy and talk ffre Ty to their many Mon Dr Dulls Coiiflh1 Syrup Is a rem rkahte tnidtcin A dry Ikkllnj hacking cough the warning that cooiumpIn lark ear nrids no other doer than Or Hull Cough Syrup It p iiii llrely cures throat and lug hop lt t TIlE B USJNESS SIDE OF FARM1X6 Farmers like banker merchants aud all other businiga men must keep abirnst of the times or be left behind in till rear with the calamity and hari times bowler Jfo business Inters has received the impetus in this ago that tIe farmers has This age is an epoch of hielory with him If he it wieo he will profit by the tug brains eucouful men in lila line of work if ho is unwisw and lill tIlt 8t opportuuitiea pare IIii will tilt the day The luturu is full of promta to the huhitiftB like farimr Ilia Work in tht foundation of things without his products nothing can procprr Ho hi Idi bf trump card and like many another man wastes thm often on n tiBslen trick lit niuet know what to do and whon tn do it And to accomplish tin htBt rtsullH tho ordinary farmer must oeek and find n wlr head than his OWII He Ian apply to no better authority than to the American Agriculturist a weekly paper which cotuoa to your home brim ful of interest to yourself and family This worthy paper announces an impor taut series of editorials on proeeut Prices and the future of values lhtee articles wllllbe free of tables and statistics but will be based npon the most exhaustive inquiry yet made in any quarter They will be of faeciuating interest and of UII told value to the true business farmer The KBWS line niade an arrange men with this pap r whereby you may receive It the uual price of which is il1 00 with thin NEWS for SltO Let us hear from our fcuhscribers and Others on this subject of vital importance to the farm ing element Reading Aloud It Is not difficult to show that in the average recitation room too little atten tion is paid to the careful consideration of the f xt The pupil ntudies the drfini uitiou of every word and yet falls to grass the Inner meaning of the phrase and clause The finer shades of tbough and feeling are frequently overlooked The trnnsitiotib In thought and emotions are scarcely noticed Wo are content tto get a general vague idea of the spirit of the author and in the stress of other fttndles are prone to overtook the detail in literary stud v without a knowledge of which it is Impotable to form sound literary JudguienlB Now it is claimed for oral reading first that it compels the attention of tin student to every detail iIt compete him before he can read a pars age to ilftermint not only the thought but the itnotiuu with which every poetic liUfieiirtucti S COIIliIIIrl the tllloh er in umUiiiabU form Just thi imprea ion that a pupil baa derived from a read ioK of thIs text and I raieiit add it does tliia hatter titan GOuld blf don by niiuu of a written examiaation Third it In abici the student by compcliiK tutu to enter into the spirit of the author to J prriencv to some extent emotions wIth whieh otherwisei lit mjjli nmer eomeii contact Fourth by n mp Hii g the ntn dent to go slowly I o at slowly ae om pared lh sil IIt reatret d vclon be POWIT ol atteutirn anI in thin wtau cpeim tha aTenttep iti rnDKh latch fit blcal aud Itbtt tiurl txraitiiH art rercbrd From R stg Alnnd an at Aii to Llter y W V by H H Ulark ia Wfrrnnii UJ for Match BLOOD rOTSOJJ CVBSD WT B X B lottlt lot Frtc to Suffotwi Deapeakdobtinate cease the kind that baa renkud doctor hot spriugapat et roadicinv trnitnient qnioklf yiId M L ft B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly kwtad for 30 year It II B ban cured lob indication as mucoiii patches Iin the month nor throat snip tiona eatingi sore bans pains itohing akin swollen ulaadn stiff jjjinti copper- oorsd pota ctaaure iteration of the body and iu linndn J JitiH t re the hair anti i y Urow In dtiill n ut and I rllM hi I ikun ws M IUP s nff bIo pltn i hISiI l l 1 1 to a lmn Pt rjiilmoj frt rom I fniftliitH nwil hkn HiiKiMi with the fcliwnfI f tNrfivihttl1 h It HI U jIII the I IlIlsItI i know fiir tu iifVv f ic otii u trial h tI tif w I lii i lit fn c rf clman it L B hr MH I1y lruaiit nll1 pr Ilftff llutIe or III IxTif l oUIH full rest innt fft IDT lii1t1Il l tip ftddrees BIOJU I1A IIMI CO tli J Michkll Mtrttit M Ch 1tLA Haliln a 5ecuss HUtCh lilitto ouc i 1t Maorln wunlya rlK itit yutUt tileS if coin rapidly to the iroiik ji Ow ii4bio v litrti lie line Wfu for Nfiral sss Me is now itian- eger nf the IH H Iliiliip OIL and lieu ni jfiUv ban tl Ced r iidat of tire Ocnsbro Iantt Fiotnrr niui of tin laVII 1D8J1fIlClsrilllC IIlItablhIUtllLt In htt tId 11 f WaIkrs Tonic is th liuk tliat plcki isp thv l i foroe of man Iu his ma down ent III H t hn to health suitl tri n tli by te rtjng Ihuj Uram rug lalirg die aoon off fUrn Heart aud noarflag tb N rvjif ysnI Notice to Correspondents Vu al till traYs to ark our correspondent to b4 careful to write on ono side of thn paper only and to make their slgna term plain and full I would also save us much tirnu ard trouble if they would writ plainly and with a space between I Items p Grant Remembers Twain lloreisaetory orMarkTwalnsfirstand second tneetine with President Grant At their first interview Mr Clemens ws a neglieible literary quantity and when the senator saidt31r President may I have the privilege of introducing Mr Clement 1 till President relates Mr Clemens gave my hand auuniympa thPtic wpg and dropped it He did not say a worth but just stood In ray ttoubi I could not think of anything to say and there was an awkward dreary horrible patnr then I looked up into that unyielding face and said timidl- yI Mr Piesldtm I Im embarawed Arts you His lace broke just a little wee glimmer tire momentary flicker 01 a summer smile erven years aheadof time and I WI1S out amI gone After ten years when Mr Clement was one of the best known authors in America they met again Mr liar rican camo over and led me says Mr Clemens to tlo General arM form ally introduced me Before I coula put together tho proper remark Gin Grant said Mr Clemens I am not embarraesc d art you and that little seven year smile tigain twinkled across his face House hold Magazine The Path of Duty The path of duty Is the path of promo tion The mu who faithfully dischargee his duty in whatever situation of life he may find himself who docs not think of the small pay that he receives but who says within himself that no matter bow small tbe salary he has entered into a contract with life employer to give his services in exchange for the pay which be receives and that therefore hole as on honest man under obligation to give the very best service that is in himthat man we say will have the smile of his God end will be sought for by those who know the value of such an employe Rich mond Va Times Free of Charpo Any adult Buffering from a cold settled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will be presented with a eamplu bottle of Boscheea German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to child ren without order from parents No tbrort or lung remedy ever had euch a sale as Boscheee German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggist will toll vou Its success was marvelous It Iis really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove Its value Sold r y dealers iu all rivilzed countries Dangerous Ornaments Score another for tire deadly celluloid hair com i A young lady teacher of FrAnkfurt fa the latest victim While arranging the lire in the school room she leaned over and the comb ignited Her bail wse burned off and one of her pupil had his hands painfully burned Iin put ti lift out the fire This isanotber warning to wearers of these abominations There in hardly a paper received at thin tmCti that thure ia not an account of noses lady badly dieflgnred or burned to death by reason cf an ignition or explosion of thw fiombi Hxcbange MARCH AND THE LlOM Something Defter Than the Old Saw The saying about the lion end thin lamb In March often proves fate but there li another and better one which ia literally hUH Wliii March come In And finds you taking Hoods gareaparllla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you inny txK ct when it goes out that it will leare you free from that tired 1taelinK and with hone of the boils plui pies and ItiiptloiiH which manifest thuuiMlvM hvcause of impure blood In till spring If you have not already begun taking Hoods Sarsaparilla for your pprlng me dlcine we advise you to begin today We assure you it will nicks 011I foi11 better all through the coming cum so e r Another Cannelton flarriagc Mr Ed w Gary Itnl Miss Virgin Whalen of Rockvale passed through hero it was Buppossdf or IIawesvillebut they went to Cannelloni hid where they wore mar tied The couple returned Wednesday They are both very IOpular In their com munity anti all who know them wish them huppiuees and prosperity Fordsvllle Exprets Eat a Whole Cabbage If you want to It wont hurt you People use to think cabbage hung heavy in th irtstomachs After each meal no natter what you eat take a dose of Dr 5dldwtla Syrup Pepsin You will nev ur ouiTur from constipation Indigestion Sick Hitaddchu or Stomach Troubles Short Haynee Good Prospects For Wheat Mr John McGivock ono of our most reliable wild bBt farmers was in the ftws ofllce Monday Ho says lie has 30 acres iu wheat which crop will be a real success this year be thinks Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er In the country Send stamp American 1 Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind VVOMANS MEDICAL ADVISER J Medical advice can only be given by a medical man or woman one educated and trained in the profession of medicine IT IS USELESS TO WRITE TO A WOMAN or man for medical advice unless such pmctltloners made by those who cannot give what they offer because they lack the med qualifications I your property to the care of irresponsible people Will you trust your health Inquiry wilt show that no offer made by any advertsiiig physician can compare with that of Dr R V Pierce chief con suiting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y byletterswered in strictest confidence If you arc suffering front disease of the womanly organs write to DR R V PIERCE BUFFALO N Y BATTLETOWN On Wednesday night we all peruse The grand old paper called the News More wedding rumors afloat George Such of Singleton was hera ThursdayMiss Greer is dangerously il at this writing- J P Greer went to Brandenburg one day last week M J and Jets Bennett were In Bran denburg one day last week JIES Bennett was on the sick list last week but is able to be out ogam W U Kendall who has been quite sick for sometime IB much Improved Frank Green and Jess Ohmui went to Manckpott Ind on buslnew one day last week Mr Wm Kunnett of this place ha recently pnrch B d n farm from Frank Thompson for S100 Albert Smith had tho mfsfortuna to ION hit pockttt book one day last wick It contained l15- Mlatei Ems and Ibbio Ifaynrs former ly ol thin place but now of Poyneftville spent mat week raorg friends and relatives here Tire yonne folk of this place rsprew much delight in having Mewrg Harltn Morgan and Edward Styles two of Slopbrnsporte popular young men among them for the put two weeki Mrs Annie IIynB has returned from n visit to her parents and brother at P yneville On her way Home she was thrown from her hore ROIl slightly In Jursd but hw now rcoyeted from thee tct8 of time full A large nntnbt r of guesH attended the musical entertaintntiiit glvtn by Mr nail Mrs J It Bennett on Monday nlnht The muilc was tXfrllrinfiTltli ffr liar lan Morgan of S uplincporf at tErn or gan and Mesoze Iraik Orecr and Per ton Brown as v olliiltttn At night ocloek refroahmenia vets nerved and the visitors returned to tho parlors whore they wero tnlettalneil until 11 oclock when they ilicpcrfiml Death line again cast n gloom over our vicinity anti taken from among us Miss Lillle Bogard whose illness has been mentioned Miss JJrgard wan a very in telligent young lady nineteen years of ago How sad It seems for a friend and associate to leave GO suddenly when her life hiss just begun I Sho leaves a father three sisters and a host of friends to mourn her loss Wo extend much sympathy to all the bereaved Mr William Ashcraft one of this countys most accomplished young men was here Tuesday electioneering as a candidate for County Court Clerk sub ject to the primary of April 14th Although Will is not on my side of time fence in politics he is a flue young man and deserves time support of hIs fellow Democrats and the Influence of his Re publican friends As school superintend ont Will lisa made us one of the best and wo know lie Is thoroughly quail led to fill the ofllce ho now desires In fact ho hiss a bright political future be fore him and bo is going to mako lila three opponents scratch jn the opening campaign The Preston correspondent to the Becoming a Mother Childrens and Misses 1 1Shoes The Best for the Leastil BUTTERICKS PATTERNS + robs confinement an pain aua insures to mother and This scientific Is godsend to all women at time most and more and so feet way the by I In with tho lino of have very line of d 8 L I I I J I I I I j j I I I I I I t j +Mado Messenger vaIn last Issue I word the Ohm dotno said iu a recent issue of the News which thn of ITo to wronc and that is tire reason I OIenL1 ant lie made such about our arid conttf so ly in tilt a that every wind of Now if to me for wrong Kt lilin put of UIH in the XKWJ and Ill 1m tharo to con demn wrong also Dr Is Ihe molt remedy ever 10 duced for the cure ol throat lung has cured and hat done wondcn in cues of Mr II of route was a RUst at the home of Mr and Mrs II N H lictt Policies least money In Fire Tor nado and Accident Insurance KY Is an which all women with fear for can compare with the horror of thought of the uttering and danger In tore for her robs the mother of ill of the coming event over her n shadow of gloom that cannot be shaken ofT of women have during reznan cy or anti aanzer safety child liniment a the of their critical every are dolig many the ordeal Not only does IJUEND carry woman safely through the perils of but its use gently prepares the system for the coming event and other of this period Sold by all at JIM per bottle Send for free booklet to TUB Co Atlanta Georgia J In the Spring we always come out the of footwear to the wetness of the Rubbers Rubber or low and the Shoes on to Good solid substantial bottoms tops Made so strong they give wear than youd expect made right they make your glad Thats the Shoes made the largest manufacturers of shoes in the world abovo Mens Shoes CO Fine and 4 All OF Keeks tmdorw aroused ire several prtiaarms thatIO taught condemn doing attacked became unkind remarks Taylor for dieting himself tompleU Preston Preston desires Iris grand bogus article doing BuhIp Cough Syrup remarkable trouble thousand Incipient coniumptlon George Lamkln auditor Henderson Hudson Sunday approach Indescribable nothing childbirth The expectant pleasant anticipation and casts Thousand MOTIIBtt8 FftIBJfD MOTHERS prevents morning sickness discomforts BaADHELO REGULATOR strong with kind suited season Boots high which fit them leather with Selz IB BIIIIII SelzI portthe Sole II make Seiz that oftha yoar Ihoejj Mens Shoes 25up Lowest Prices 1 conjunction wo received handsome DREW SELBY Ladies Shoes Oxfords endorsement and Life HHANDlINBUnO Which are the acknowledged best line of to be found and as we are the only that can handle them in any one town we would ask you to give them your attention prices on these are 300 250 175 and 200 We also can show youII the best Shoe for Ladies at 125 that was ever sold in Cloverport and 150 we can beat the whole THE ONE PRICE of l i a tt or lOto PURCHASES W1 I P1fTSa1 EI1 1 1II te s Run MfiRGH 28TH j- ON CAe EY JF1 E I IHousehold and Kitchen Furniture Horses Mules Cattle Sheep and Hogs kinds of Farming Implements I TERMS MADE KNOWN DAY SALE II Mrs NOarney JVVV LOO correspondent I Republican noxtremarked Governorelect tide endowed rondcion unquestionably j GEO CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance ordeal found- tliattheuaeof Mothers childbirth druggists Overshoes The and at m m m m m Goods Boys goods ANYWHERE house kindly Shoes Oxfords worldI Friend FAIR STORE 1 IiiWEDNESDAY Ii Common Sense Commands tothe- finest 35OO m The word PURITY jiiiv trade ninilc to nil of our toilet z 5 J and other notions purtuinirg to u lirttchus Drug store- JE1VEL8YVo Jo excel nil others A beautiful stock to I make A selection 1St 3 3MOHEMJN A POPIIAHI gI- llVINGTON 1m m mm mmwmmmm mm mmmmm KY1St I WORMS WHITES 20 Years sltidaU WonnitamedtaSi LBOco zssr xzd astT csoisTQ f- iropardd byJAMES F EALLARD St Louts Mrp James Penner arid daughter An nie May who hae ben visiting Mrs U G Hill returned to their home at Hendereon Monday might Administrators Notice ALL PERSONS indebted thn estate V B Burton deceased or those persons having claims all ln8t the estate will tusks such claims known to me will be at Hardlntburt Sat urdays In March and April Yon wlj Inbtedi dhe business as fast as possible ROSCOE LA8LIE Administrator and H- from I I I I PREMIUMS WITH TEE i H i H tkPurityW alargoaszI prettiestandIfromV 3 to on CREAM VtaREHUPUGElL BntlaQutllt For I IEOOS 0 lowing varieties of thorou1TV bred fowls at 8100 per sitting 1RocksCochins Black LanghanaVMy fowls are large and fipeV MusA FOOTE Box 82 Irvington YJ 1 The roadsane in a fearful COUdItIOLS VP t VaarV jVV I r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 5 tVr AI Tried Friends BestF- orthirtyyearsTuttsPi11shaw ji proven ablessing to the invalid il Are truly the sickJ mans friend I FacttrForbiliousheadache dyspepsia purstomachmalariaconsiipa tion and all kindred diseases TUTTS Liver PiLLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE v WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1000 = fl ala i jI alI oJ 4 Iti iTLe News in Brief 11 t I II- f 4Jat 44 41 Rnjjs Mattings Sulzna Sunday wss an Ideal epriug day Pulley belts for the ladles at Sulzsra Many persons were out wheeling ljun dayHamburg Lace a beautiful line at Sal 9rs Roy Hoystr spent Sunday in Owene tiara Mrs T B Squires spent Sunday ot SampleMre James OHarria was in Louisville last week St Patrick Day in the morning will Abe Saturday JIBS Willis Green of Falls of Rou h spent Sunday here V Michael Ray of Owensboro was hon one day last week George Bentley of Hawesville was it 0 thecity Sunday Mr Roland of Davlees county is essiel ing Pro W B Maple Mrs Hilary Hardlu of Hardinsbur was in the city Monday Ureen ribbon and ShamrocE for St Patricks Day at Sulzeis Victor Bowmer of Louisville spout Sunday with relatives hero Born to the wife of George Crist a fine girl Monday lIch 12th Mite Maria Wntklns Is visiting Mrt James G Stephens at Addison Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough IE the guest of Mrs George W Short I Little Graham Haowell who lana had pneumonia is improving rapidly J M Rollins and Ewett Frvtnire oi Union Star were in town Saturday EevJ M Crowo of Lexington lithe guest of Mr anil Mrs W HBowmer Mrs H 0 Sanders of Matilngly was In town Thuredav and called at this office Mrs D H Severs wntortolned the Ladles Rwling Club Thursday after F noon Mrs Julius Hardiu and Mrs Blthe county were shoppers to the city Monday llev and Mre Murr of Rowe lad are the cueeis of her parontsMr and Mrs Connor Miss Rosa Moorman has returned from a visit to Miss Annie Doirdeu at Brand enburgIMrs N Carney and daughter Miss Margaret of Hites Run were In town Monday 0 0 Berry who is employed nt tin shop spent Saturday and Sunday nt Henderson Mrs Abe Ditto and son David of loi1 Branch have been the gueatsof Mrs Jno D Babbage MISs Nellie Gregory returned Frld v night from a pleasant visit to friends at AnchdTsge Mis J D Gregory spent Sunday it Cannelton with her niece Miss Mabel Whitehead jfcs Miss Belle Bruce Boyd and Hamil J ri ton Hennen of Ilawesvillo spent Thurs evening here D Oscar Yates merchant tailor of Louis 0 V vyiHe was in town Wednesday looking j v after his trade f Judge William Abl of county seat came to town Saturday and remained until Sunday It is said that Col Banning pro prietor of the Hanning Distillery has left the country Mr Frank Landerof Hawesville attended the funeral of Mr J G Stephens at fXddlson Sunday Roland Smith the proprietor of the Smith house at Stephensport was in town Wednesday f i Mica Jennie Sterett who was the guest 4 of MIss Mamie Dellaven has returned f to her home at Evansville R E Moorman and daughter Mar garet are visiting his sister Mrs Sallie Hatchet near Henderson Ohio Tousey has returned from Owene c boro where he was filling George Bak ers place at the depot temporarily fcTar Fork and Balltown merchants Vwe all in town Fnday after goode 4 They reporG an excellent business fack Moorman who has been the jjueet of his parents Dr and Mrs J L Moorman has returned tto Indian Terri tooJ I Miss Emma GreerfwaUEreturned to her home at Rockport Ind Sunday morning She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs 8am Ahl S 4 Captafn Nat Atilot Mowcqna Ill was in the city Saturday He said 1 hava come to Kentucky togtaway frot the snow Coleman Haswell Godfrey Haiwel Andrew Diiskell of Hardinhurfe wer III town Sunday They lKadbetih to Addison to altoud the funeral of Mr Janie G Sfephuup Have you been coughing a day a week a year 7 Dr Bells PineTnrHone will cure that couth There can be no doubt about it It has cured man othero iqiiKlly severe Good druggIst sell it No CurIO no pay Frank and Forest llaynes Frank Havnes froin near flamed lbe the position recently occupied by Clarence Board as day operator at thtl hopf Ho is a half brother of Mr EugDt Haynes the popular druggist at this place and a worthy young man Forest Haynes his brother wa lien a few days last week en loutn to Ttxn where huixpicts to teach school Mi Haynes had oliaige oi the school at Holt this winter and cave general satlefactiot These young men ari the nephews of Mr Prank Payne ttm ahenff of this county The Better Part 01 valor is discretion and the bette part of the treatment of disease is pre vention Disease originates in irapuri ties in the blood Hoods Sarsapatlll purifies the blood People who take iIt at this season ray they are kept healthy the year round It is because this medi cine expels impurities and makes tbt blood rich and healthgiving All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 25c Dissolution of Partnership The firm of Heston Willis Co has this day March 13th 1000 been dissolved by mutual concent R 0 Willis retiring from the firm All debts of the firm are assumed by the remaining part none and all notes and accounts due the the firm ere made pay Rule to them H A Oelze anti Jno A Heston will continue the business at the same placs under the firm name of Oslzj Jicston R O Wiuis H A OBLZB J A HEJTOS August Flower It is a surprising fact says Irof Houton that in my trawls in nil parti of the woild for the 1 lest tn years Ir have mot more people having u eid Greens August Flower than Buy otbe remedy for dyspepsia deranged live and stomach and for constipation I fine for tourists and alecmen or for pwicon filling office rmritlonp where headachei and general broil feeliiius horn irrrguia habits exist that Greeaa August Flowo is a grand rnucriy It does riot Injure the pyitnm by frtquont use and is tx cellbnt for pour ktoniacbs aud imllitw Lion Sample hottita free at A U Flunks Sqld by dealers in alt civilized coun- trIes Large Crop of Peanuts Mr Wm McGovern i f Victoria I- rfencinglu i severaL acres of ground which he will plant in peanut This will no doubt prove a prufitablo NOl = r11s VOllR I t nJfm DWCT1-I 11 I Ash your physician this quesr ifffion What for consumption is the one greatii = I tie will answer U Codliver I 2 oil Nine out of ten will i I answer the same way I I haveII I fatty foods yet fat is neces = 1 =i sary for their recovery and =I I they cannot take plain cod I i fiver oil The plain oil dis = I iurbs the stomach and takes jII- rr I disIs II Ii I ii taste make it almost unen Ii durable What is tobe done 1- II This question was ans1 v wered when we first ma- deSCOTTS a- II I j EMULSION II- IIIof CodLiver Oil with Hypo II f phosphites Although thatIfI I was nearly twentyfive years i toIiI II and lungs IThcbadtateandodorhavebecnI I taken away the oil ibelf has been E- Iil5I partly digested and the most ten IrarelyIi = theplainoiL en can II take SCOTTS EMULSION and di i gut It Thats why it CUTaia- lmanY cases of early CONUmptlon In advanced cases it brings and greatly prolongs life bc and rbO sit drughU DOWt4U Omttz New Y- orktttIIIIIllJ I HAVE YOU DYSPEPSIA SCIENCE CALLS IT CATAlmn OP TIlE STOMACH I IMISSDADE BTEQEStAN OF OIIICAQO I Miss Dado Stogcman Superintendent af tho Chicago North Sldo Womans Club of Chicago In a recent letter to Dr Hartman speaks of Poruna as follows Pernna has often boon used by tho members of our club In cases of stomach trouble aud gqneral doblllty nlso re cently In cases of In grippe and always with the most beneficial results I think a great deal of Peruna often recom mend It to my friend and am glad to ay nil who havo tried it speak a good word for It Mrs Emily S Carson Aiuterlltz Mich says Dr S B nartman Dear Sir I had been troubled with dyspepsia and indi gestion for many years and was very much reduced in flesh 1 could not oat asy thing with out tho groatewt dlstroaa afterwards My food- wonkleome up anti my stomach beoamo very weak from fasting aa I preferred to go without food rttawthancuf fer WIlt corue qticncce I could get no reet by day nor sleep by night I tried every remedy advertised for the euro of dyspepsia without the lout benefit At last I got n bottle of Perana I confess I had no faith in it as I hand been no often disap pointed but In a day or so I felt much improved Food did not distress me as boforo I continued its use BUd after using a doeon bottles I was a well woman I caR eat anything without the TOBINSPORT M F Pal Derby was hero las Thuielsy and Friday Mesa ri Cues Polk Lon Gilbert Solo mon Peckenonuph and Sam Hayden wont to Rome last Monday on bu lne e- MiM Grace Tate ClQ erport who has been visiting relatives anti friends at this place returned home last Wcdnce dayCapt W W WeathcrLolt and son Dflvtf went to Louisville last Monday night with a fine drove of begs and re turnedi Thursday jTLsfct Sunday nlfslit tie drath angel lime to the home of Mr anil Mrs J II Pajno mid little Uirnlce was called home May Gcd comfort the frmiy in tbtir tadI berraTOOimt- Meroa Walter Weathciliolt andChe ten Polk and Mheis Alma juid Efllo Weathorholt spent Sunday with the family of Mr and Mrs J II Wcnlher bolt Hancock county Ky Meters Jas Polk John Van Coney and Lawrence Wcatherholt with Minies Lena Lamb Rosa Polk Alma Weather holt aud Amanda Tate attended church at Oloverport Sunday evening Would that we bad snore ministers like Bro Crowe Dr Bulls Cough Syrup the peoples friend hal been in use over filly yean It cures the seveieit affection of the throat and lunge such ai bronchltU erlrp larynglUi and Incipient con acptlon Price only 15 cent a bolo tie Quarterly Meeting Rev Elgin the presiding elder of thIs district will hold quarterly meeting services at this place Sunday eveiltg at the Methodist church He will bold services at Pate vl1le Sunday morning and hero Sunday evening and Monday Lyons Laxative Syrup ubsolutelyhnrmlessln the kidneys liver and bowels cures con tipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child von as well as adults least distress sleep well and Instead of tho living skeleton I was I am now a healthy fleshy woman This was In 1SS9 and I havo continued well over since I havo not boon without your remedy in the houso sinco my recovery I adviso all sufferers to do as I did and bo cured Mr John F Schmidt says Porn na has saved my life For flvo years the best doctors had nronounccd mo incur able I suffered with a complica tion of diseases palpitation ot the heart nervousness weakness and dye pepsin A tow bottles of Pernna and Jfanallucured me Poro na cannot bo benton I glvo your medicine to my children fur the various littlo all mania which annoy little ones and the result iis that they are never sick but always strorr and healthy I have gained forty pounds since taking Pernna So many people have what 1is sailed dyspepsia without having the slightest suspicion that i tarrh of the stomach is tbo catiKO Such people take pepsin and a thousand other thtn vainly hoping I to get well But the catarrh romaine and of course tho ilysp p1a remains Fnruna cures three oases permanently by removing 0e cauno which U catarrh Poruna has cnrud more eases ot dye pepsia than any other remedy In the world A4drca Dr HartOUti Ciloin bus Ohio for a free book Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the dlWnsetl portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Brafnrsn and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by nn iinflamed condi tion of the muoous lining of the ICuata chian Tube When this tube laCe inflamed you have a rumbling sound or mp ripct noariiif and who it is entirely closed DuafnoeH Is the result and un losfl the Inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal con dition hearing will lie thief rojiM for vwr i nine caseH out of ten are UHIIH II lof CM tarrh which is nothing but nit iLllnncd condition of the mucous MirfswH We will ii VK Ono Iluutfrwl Dollani for any case oi Deufuun coui4il lhy catarrh that cannot be curtill by IlitUd Catarrh Guru fcenil for ciivunn frto F J OH IKNEY c M Toledo 0 8QVnld by Driirel ltj IHs Halls Family Iillw nn tilt llst u WE GUARANTEEDr CnMwcllfl Syrup Pepsin to cure ally cnM Constipation Indigestion SIck Ucndaclie or Stomach Trouble whO wen according to directions r DR W B CALDWELL It after taking twothirds eta fifty cent or one dollar bottle It foils to do 09 represented we will refund the Tiurcbaso prloo PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY S MONTICKLtO IILLINOIS Death of an Infant Bernlcp Taylor infant daughter of Mr and Mrn Jns H Payne of Toblneport Ind diod Sunday night Mar llth 11100 after r 1IIIIoIrllll Illness of stomach troub I ar 0 months and 27 days Tile little flower that budded on earth hM blonniBd on haven WIjIWANii- B a v k u vQ i y t Adrertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion volt SALE PAIOI A tyingorifordirille bunch of the L II A St 1 R It be tween Jollys fetation anil Gtaiicane For further Information cIII on or uJJrei J AS S 1SARNES lUrdlnthurir Ky FOR SALECAnLE FOlt SALK headofbl cutllelIoo1I Id Avenue Illw uounili IIEXUEJC LewIport Ky- WAXTEIIIEII VANTED Men to learn bArr trade 500 po oIl nl a tfw monthly wilting our New firm can rain tflttlufl two month com IUeL All information with handsome 1900 Rourrnii mailed free MOIKK IlNRIlKH St L Mo FOR SAIECOW8 h FOR SAIK Two Jery Cows one and the other tour yea old Both ex erptlonallr Jooo millenAodren JI V hAlt RIS Cloverport Ky h hFOR SAIEJ1CLE ASU MAKE solid black work mule IjH 6 sear oldone sorrel mate years old workIin narnesa and addles firsl D PAVNK lIarned Ky 11 LOSTKIXO IA my hoe shop and mill Finder will receive reward by returning came to C slrlKLL WANTED TO limE Iv iF If stylish PLAIN GOLD between Oeltes ANTEDSome good man with small family to act at foreman on my lmI GKEKN Faucet Hough h SALEDULL lit aged Palled Durham Hull deep red In color pedigree Will tell cheap as I want to make a change This liull Is a very superior animal Also tome nice oung Hulls for JRKKN Yalta of RoughrKy FUR F KING olt 8AI1I have two handsome blacklackafor sale both ready for service lo able Ctuh or pood note Come and lee or ildrtsuj G Addlion Ky STCAWUEKKY PLANTS Oil S ALB Ilaflt New SeedI ling hut cut Krte Silver and Winchel No 3 WrIte for price lint Ridge Plant Farm OBO W Tobinsport led u volt SALE mUK Austin lleavln homrMend M acres a boon barns orchard and some tim ber Also onehalt Interxt In the stme home oc cupied by Mr llntwrll In the rity K A BKAVIN J C MATTINOLY tf 4 LIUAL llbAKKS Iv Dect4 end Mori gae and All Forms of LeKil HUnk kinoR NEWS oFFICE TIIIloL IF IA Thirtytwo graduates COLIKOG rcsisternl FOil SALEOne KYFog SAIFOne registered safeL SALEJACKS STEPHKXS WINCHKL Proprietor containlnir Cloverport tdminIrtra WLSALMitlank BHKCKFN OR SA LK Crnittcat in Itryant 8 Strntion BMtrtew Colitis LomjMilla KT Ainlyto ltKKCKKNKIDtfi NKWS OKHCK NOliCK LL PERSONS h inf dainM af Inot UM tatarf lUllN 8LA1 ON deceased die kry nniintd to roduc th m bIo i iuoiIiy prowl at Roivtttt K SIRS 1KNNIB SLATON Admiaistratrlx NIJT1CB TO CUKDITOUS mLL PERSONS havinc claims uata t the cs laltO of ItACIlEL CUMMON1 devdare hntby aotlHtd to produce then tfoc at myoBo InI Hardlnsbunc Ky properly proven oa or before the frit day uf liar ton v o uXnnAOBAitalaUUaior u == A NOTICH TO GKHDITORS IA1L PKKSON8 hivngclalm aialou the ei tatC of JOEL dtctased are 5reby notiflid to protlllCO them iemoru mc II my offlca II Hardtatburi Ky properly proven on or beforethe ret day or May eon V G hAulAGE Admlahtrator NOT1CKSTKAY m Strawberry CLAVCOMB ARCS UI as aitray bvUen liatee llvlns near CiovrCk Church i n Uwvnthoio rued iin lireckearttlge county on tho lllh of lebniuij 1900 one torrel more ailed about six yeirs hav iDS emil white Ipol in orebcd anti ttJcen bnd- hllh hut hulal no other mark or bind which I appramd at the value of cl f51 VItneai my band this uch inynf February rgoo C Ii MA1TINt3IXJ 1 hiC A copy Attest iOWEN CUNNINGHAM tlerkllC C fly CLINT P HOOK P C e I tP Kirks o f New Store New Goods At prices that will csurpriseyour purse o 8 Everything i- nStape and Fancy Groceries J S S FURROW Kirk Ky Mens f Shirts and n Furnishings Correct uptodate Fancy Shirts in stiff T bosom and negligeejstyles t The newest patterns in highclass goods Shirts that are t thoroughly woll made to minutest detail including t v bandmade bultonboUs etc You can have your choice of hundreds I I I A GOOD SHIRT IIwith 2 Collars and Link Cuffs a fort h L trL ilWe defy anyone to produce a bettor Shirt for the money All Silk Front at 100 Fancy Soft Bosom white body1 100 others at 48 cts 75 cts and 150 SULZERS H PHONEC5 RING- er 2 ABSOLUTELY NO WEAR OUT TO IT ANTII=RUST TINWARE Made of IX Best Quality 1 Warranted Not to Bvst1P1u Limit to tbe tanteo Should at any time you return n piece rutted new good will be cheerfully replaced- If any piece of ware you have purchased rusts in TEN YEA RS ring it back and get new good Many utensils have been in constant use for over on year rind are just ns goods when Grit bought- It is true theo wares cost a fraction more than ntlit r but still tho satisfaction of durability is in them Freqnmtly a houekeeper hRS company and by tho use of an infurin utensil jiwsibly just nt the time a special dish is un r pn i ration and certain utensils have to be used it Jmjipf after investigation that them isnt a thing in the kitin MrI will do This neceeeitntfi someone to go to town after o ie k h 1have not the time lltr II If you had in the tiNt place bou1f- a piece of AntiKiut Jinworo this would not have bajpeiu Wo are showing a complete line of HARDWARE in all of its bra- nchettMcIIIrFFsHave you over used ono of our Automatic Sewing Machincn They are the housewifes delight Make a visit to our etoro and see ono of them operate Then youll want ono McGLOTHLAlsT PIGQTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY III Sendus your orderII THIS PAPER lONE YEAR FARM JOUR11 NAL YEARS PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPER- SATTHEPRI0EOFONE We want to Ret 1000 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do it if we can we therefore continue our arrangement with the Farm Journal by which wo can send TilE BnECKKNHiDOK NEWS and tho Farm Journal C years both fOrf 100 And we make the same offer to all aid subscribers who will pay nil arrearagea and ona year in advance You know what our paper is and the Farm Journal ifl n gem practical pro gressive a clean honest useful paper full of gumption full of sunshine with jill immense circulation among the best people everywhere Youounhtto take it NOTICD I Wo are going to send you soon a sample I copy of the Farm Journal free and let it speak for itself Lookout for it C 1100 News and Opinions OP National lmportance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH I Daily by mall 000 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 8 00 a year The Sunday Sun Is tire greatest Sunday Newspaper to the world Price ca copy By mail 82 n year Address THE SUN New Yorjc r- b If I THB BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 i THE CRUCIFIXIONOF STRONG By REV CHARLES M SHELDON Author of In Ills Steps What Would Jesus Do Malcom Kirk Robert Hardys Seven Days Etc Copyrighted 1800 by The Advocate Publishing Co i penury ana spirmifu rennement 01 ex prcsslon that Mr and Mrs Strong listened with awed astonichment When he bad uttered the amen Sirs Strong whispered to Ihlllp Surely we cannot shut him out with the storm We will give him the spare roomPhilip said not a word He at once built up a lire In the room and In a few moments Invited the man Into It Brother Man he said simply stay here as If thin were your own house You are welcome for the night Yes heartily welcome said Phil ips wife as If to make amends for any doubts she bad felt before For reply tlio Brother Man raised his hand almost as It In benediction And they left him to his rest CHAPTER XII In the morning Philip knocked at hIs guests door to waken him for break fast Not a sound could be heard with- In lie waited a little while and then knocked again It was as still as before lie opened the door softly and looked In To his amazement there was no one there The bed was made up neatly everything In the room was In Its place but the strange being who had called himself Brother Man was gonePhilip exclaimed and his wife came In So our queer guest has flown lie must have been very still about It I heard no noise Where do you suppose ho Is7 And who do you suppose be Is Are you sure there ever was such a person Philip Dont you think you dreamed all that about the Brother Man Mrs Strong bad not quite for given Philip for his skeptical question Ing of the reality of the man with the lantern who had driven the knife Into the desk Yes Its your turn now Sarah WeU If our Brother Man was a dream be was the most curious dream this family ever bad and It he was crazy he was the most remarkable InsaneI person 1 ever saw Of course he was crazy All that be saW about our living so extrava gantly Do you think he was crazy In that particular naked Philip In a strange voice Ills wife noticed It at the time but Its true significance did not become real to her until afterward lie went to the front door and found It was un locked Evidently the guest had gone out that way The heavy storm of the night had covered up any possible signs of footsteps It was still snowing furl ouslyPhilip went Into hIs study for the forenoon as usual but he did very little writing ills wife could hear him pacing the floor restlessly About 10 oclock he came down stairs and declared his Intention of going out Into the storm to see It he couldnt set tie down to work better Ho wont out awl did not return until the middle of the afternoon Mrs Strong was a little alarmed Where havo you been all this time Philip In this terrible storm too Tou are a monument of snow Stand out here In the kitchen while I sweep you off- Philip obediently stood still while this wife walked around him with a broom and good naturedly submitted to being swept down as If I were be Jug worked Into shape far a snow ran be said Where havo you been Give an ac tount of yourself HI have been seeing how some other peoplo live Sarah the Brother Man WaS not so very crazy after all Ho has more than half converted me Did you find out anything about hIm rYea several of the older citizens hero recognized my description of him They say lie Is harmless and has quite Ill history was once a wealthy mill owner In Clinton Ho wanders about the country living with any ono who wIn take him In It is a queer case I I must find out more about him But m hun Can I have a bite of some hingIlaventyou had dinner No havent had time When have you been Among the tenements V How are the people getting on i tieror I cannot tell It almost chokes m- ol eat when I think of It Now Philip what makes you take jt BO seriously How can you help all that suffering You arc not to blame torItMaybe I am for a part of It But whether 1 am or not there the suffer- Ing la And I dont know that wo ought to ask who Is to blame In such cases I jLjt any rate supposing tho fathers and then In tho tenements are to blamo themselves by their own sinfulness does that make Innocent children and iMlpleM babes any warmer or better clothed and fedSarah I have seen thugs In these four hours time that mike me want to Join the bomb throw r of Btaropo almost I alts Strong came up behind his chair lair be eat at the table eating and placed tierband on his brow She grew more kii ilaJ1u ovav hlairromu i y personal reeling ror others n seemed to her It WAB becoming a passion with him wearing him out and she feared Its results as winter deepened and the strike In the mills remained unbroken You cannot do moro than one man Philip she said with a sigh HNo but It I can only make the church see Its duty at this time and act the Cbrlstllke way a great many per sons will bo saved He dropped his knife and fork wheeled around abruptly In hid chair and faced her with tho question Would you sire up this homo and be content to live In a elm pler fashion than we hare been used to since we came borer Yes replied his wife quietly twill go anywhere and suffer anything with you What Is it you are thinking1 of now ISIawhat Christ would require of me My dear I am sure we shall bo led by the spirit of truth to do what Is necessary and for the hotter saving of men Ho kissed his wife tenderly and wont up stairs again to his work All through the rest of tho afternoon and In the evening as bo shaped his church and pulpit work tho words of the Brother Man rang In his cars and the situation at the tenements rose In the successive panoramas before his eyes As the storm Increased In fury with the coming darkness he felt that It was typical In a certain sense of his own condition IIo abandoned the work ho had been doing at his desk and kneeling down at his couch he prayed Mrs Strong coming up to the study to see how his work was getting on found him kneeling there and went and knelt beside him while together they sought tho light through the stormSo the weeks went by and the first Sunday of the next month found Phil ips Christ message even more direct and personal than any he had brought to his people before lIe bad spent much of the tlmo going late the work Ingmens houses The tenement die trict was becoming familiar territory to him now lie bad settled finally what his own action ought to be In that action his wife fully concurred And the members of Calvary church coming In that Sunday morning were astonished at the message of their pass tor as he spoke to them from the standpoint of modern Christ I said a month ago that the age In which we live demands a simpler less extravagant style of living 1 did not mean by that to condemn the beauties of art or the marvels of science or the products of civilization 1 merely em phasized what I believe U a mighty but neglected truth In our modern civ ilization that If we would win men to Christ we must adopt more of his spirit of simple and consecrated sell dental I wish to bo distinctly under stood as 1 go on that 1 do not condemn any man simply because be Is rich or live In a luxurious house enjoying every comfort of modern civilization every delicacy of the season and all physical desires What 1 do wish dis tlnctly understood Is the belief which baa been burned deep into me ever since coming to this town that It the members of this church wish to honor the Hood of the church and bring men to believe him and save thorn In this Ute and the next they must be willing to do far more than they have yet done to mako use of tho physical com forts and luxuries of their homes for the blowing and Christianizing of this community In this particular I have myself failed to set you an example Tho fact that I havo so failed Is my only reason for making this matter public this morning The situation In Milton today 1 Is ex ceedingly serious I do not need to provo It to you by figures If any bust- nees man will go through the tenements bo will acknowledge my statements It any woman will contrast those dens with her own home she will If Christ Is a power In her heart stand In horror before such a travesty- on the sacred thought of honor The destitution of tho neighborhood is alarming The number of men out of work Is dangerous Tho complete ro movat of all sympathy between tho church up here on this street and the cocmont district Is sadder than death Oh my beloved Philip stretched out de arms and uttered a cry that rang In the ears of those who beard it and ro oatned with some of them a memory foe years these things ought not so to bd Where IIs tho Christ spirit with 117 Have wo not sat In our comforts bIe houses and eaten our pleasant food and dressed In tho nest clothing and poo to amusements and entertain merits without number while Gods- pax have shivered on the streets and- We sinful ones bavo sneered at Chrls tlanlty as they have walked bf our church doss 7 It ta true we hays given money tfl d writable cataw It is true the town connell has organized a bureau tar t tij- Dare and maintenance of those In Trjyrt- t la true members of Calvary church with other churches at this ttD1f Mrs dens something to rettere tbma-te l divtreM of tits town but amrtxrsclt have we given of ourselves to those h- aaa4dtIw itiAtr7tAMrllit tbi iAw ana win them to Bring back llnmanR to God and the Christ the Christian must do something different from the giving of money now and then 7 lie must give a part of himself That was my reason for urging you to move thIs church building away from this street Into the tenement district that wo might give ourselves to the peoplo there The Idea Is the same In what I now propose But you will pardon mo If first of an I announce my owl as don which 1 believe IIs demanded by the times and would bo approved by our Lord Philip stepped up nearer tho front ot the platform and spoke with an added earnestness and power which thrlllet every hearer A part of the great eon filet through which be bad gone that past month shone out In his pale taCO and found partial utterance In his Im passioned speech especially as he drew near the end The very abrupt ness of his proposition smote the pee pic Into breathless attention The parsonage In which I am living Is a large even a luxurious dwelling It has nine large rooms You an familiar with Its furnishings The sal ary this church pays mo Is 2000 a year a sum which more than provides for my necessary wants What I have decided to do iIs this I wish this church to reduce this salary onehalf and takq the other thousand dollars to the fitting up the pisonage for a refuse ton homeless children or for some Hucb purpose which will commend itsclftti your best judgment There Is money enough In this church alone to main rain such an Institution handsomely and not a single member of Calvary suffer any hardship whatever I will mow into a house nearer the lower part of the town where I can more easily reach after the people and live more among them That Is what I propose for mysulf It is not because I believe the rich and the educated tin not need the gospel or the church The rich and the poor both need tho life more abundantly But I am firmly convinced that as matters now are the church membership through pulpit and pew must give itself more than in the later ages of tho world It has done for the sake of winning men The form of self denial must take a defi nite physical genuinely sacrificing shape The church must get back to the apostolic times In some particu lars and an adaptation of community of goods and a sharing of certain aspects of civilization must mark the church membership of the coming twentieth century An object lesson In self de- nIal largo enough for men to see a self denial that actually gives up lux uries money and even pleasuresthis- is the only kind that will make much Impression on the people I believe If Christ was on earth he would again can for this expression of loyalty to him He would again say So likewise whosoever ho be of you that for eaheth not all that he bath he cannot be my disciple All tills Is what I call on the mem hers of this church to do Do I say that you ought to abandon your own houses and live somewhere else No I can decide only for myself In a mat ter of that kind But this much I do eay Give ourselves In somo genuine way to save this town from Its evil wretchedness It Is not so much your money as your own soul that the sick ness of the world needs This plan has occurred to me Why could not every family in this church become a savior to some other family Interest Itself In the other know the extent of its wants as far as possible go to It In person let the Christian home tOme Into actual touch with the unChrIstianIn short become a natural savior to one family There are dozens of families in this church that could do that It would take money It would take tlmo It would mean real self denial It would call for all your Christian grace and courage but what docs all this church membership and church life mean If not just such sacrifice We cannot give anything to this ago of moro value than our own selves The world of sin and want and de- spaIr and disbelief Is not hungering for money or mission schools or char ity balls or state Institutions for the relict of distress but for live pulsing loving Christian men and women who reach out live warm bands who are willing to go and give themselves who will abandon If necessary If Christ calls for It the luxuries they have these many years enjoyed In order that the bewildered disheartened dIs- contented unhappy sinful creatures of earth may actually learn of tho lovo of God through the love of man And that is the only way the world ever aas learned of the love of God Hn tunnlty brought that lovo to tho heart of the race and It will continue so to do until this earths tragedy is all play ed and the last Tight put out Mem bore of Calvary church I call on you In Christs name this day to do something for your Master that win realty show tho world that you are what you say you are when you claim to be a disciple of that one who although be was rich yet for our sakes became poor giving up all heavens glory In exchange for all earths misery the ond of which was a cruel and bloody crucifixion Are we Christs disciples unless we are wining to follow him In this particular Wo are not our own prtceWbf11 dosed Calvary church was stirred to Its Depths There were more excited pee bio talking together all over tho church Than Philip bad ever seen before He greeted several strangers as usual and was talking with one of them when me of the trustees came up and said the board would Ute to meet him If convenient tar him us soon as ho was It liberty mntp accordingly waited in one of the Sunday school classrooms with tfeV trustees who had met Immediately aft n the sermon and decided to hare an instant conference WIth the pastor CHAPTER Xin 111 1 gjffit fit asrrotti Ao and rump ana the trustees were to gather There was a moment of ember raising silence and then the spokes man for the board a nervous little man said Mr Strong we hardly know just what to say to this proposition of yours this morning about going out of the parsonage and turning It Into anI orphan asylum But It Is certainly a- very remarkable proposition and we felt as It we ought to meet you at one and talk It over Its simply Impossible spoke up one of tM trustees In the first place It Is Impracticable as a business proposition Do you think sot asked Phllli quietlyIt I out of the questionI said the first speaker excitedly The church will never listen to It In the world For illY part If Brother Strong wishes toAt that moment the sexton knocked- at the door and said n man was outside very anxious to see the minister and have him come down to his house There had been an accident or a fight or something Some one was dying nnd wanted Mr Strong at once So Philip hastily excused himself and went out leaving tho trustees together The door was hardly shut again when the speaker who had been Inter rupted jumped to his feet claimed As 1 was saying for my pee Brother Strong wishes to Indulge a this eccentric action be will not have the Miutlun of my vote In the matter It certainty is an entirely unheard of and uncalled for proposition- Mr Strong liars no doubt a generous motive in this proposed action said a third member of the board but the church certainly will not approve any such step as the giving up of the par sonage lie exaggerates the need of such a sacrifice I think we ought to reason him out of the Idea Wo called XIr Strong to tho pastorate of Calvary church said another and It seems to me ho came under the conditions granted In our call For tho church to allow such an absurd thing as the giving up of the parsonage to this proposed outside work would be a very unwise wove Yes and more than that said the first speaker I want to say very frankly that 1 am growing tired of the way things here gone since Mr Strong came to us What business has Cal vary church with all thco outside matters these labor troubles and un employed men and all the other mat ters that bare boon made tho subject of preaching lately I want a minister who looks alter his own parish Mr Strong does not call on his own people lie has DOt been Inside my house but once since be came to Milton Breth ren there is a growing fooling of discontent over this matter Thero was a short pause and then one of the members said Surely If llr Strong feels dissatis ned with his surroundings In the par sonage or tools as If his work lay In another diwctJon ho Is at liberty to choose another parish But be is tho finest pulpit minister we ever had and no one doubts his entire sincerity lie Is a remarkable man In many re spects Yes but lnocrUy may be a very awkward thing carried too tar And In this matter of the personage I dont see how the trustees can allow It Why what wouW the other churches think of IU Calvary church cannot allow anything of the kind for tbo sake of Its reputation But 1 would like to hear Mr WluHife opinion He has not ape ken yet The rust turned to the mill owner who as chairman of time board usual ly had much to say and was regarded as a shrewd and careful business adviser In the excitement of the occa sion and discussion tho usual formalities of a regular board meeting had been Ignored Mr WhrWr was evidently embarrass cd Ho had listened to the discussion of the minister with his head bent down and hts thoughts In a whirl of emotion both tar and against tho pas tor His naturally Inclined business haoits contended against tho proposi tion to give up the parsonage His feelings of gratitude to the minister for his personal help the night of the at tack by the mob rose up to defend him There was with It nil an undercurrent of self administered rebuko that tho pastor bad set the whole church an ex ample of usefulness Ho wondered how many of the members would vol untarily give up half theIr Incomes for tho good of humanity He wondered In a confused way how much he sermonhim There Is ono point wo havo not die cussed yet bo said at last and that Is Mr Strongs offer of half his sal ary to tarry on the work of a ebB drens refuge or something of that kindHow can wo accept such an offer Calvary church has always beUorod In paying Its minister a good salary Ttnd paying It promptly and wo warn our minister to llvo decently and be able to appear as he should among the best people replied tho nervous little man who had been first to speak Sun wo cannot deny that It ts a- etY generous thing for Mr Strong to do He certainly Is entitled to cred- It for hts unselfish proposal Ko ouo- can charge htm with being worldly mtnUed wtd Mr Winter fueling a Dow Interest to the subject M he found himself defending the minister Are yea hi favor of aUorrtng him to do what be proposes In the matter of the parsonage asked another 1 dont see that wo can hinder Mr Strong from living anywhere ho leases tf be wants to The church cannot eompd him to live ha tie parsonage No tint It can choose net to baTe neb a nrtntoterr exclaimed the fiat- eaeakaragaln excitedly aoc I fir f e t most 0allbedly opposed to he- rrAbfaairs tf1o tsateta 5nr tlt6 church can allow If and maintain its selfrespectDo think the church Is ready tQ toll Mr Strong that his services are not wanted any longer asked Mr Winter coldly 9 am for one of the members and I know others who feel as I do If matters go on In this way much longer I tell you Brother Winter Calvary church Is very near a crisis Look at the Guldens and the Malvcrns and the Albergs They are all leaving us and the plain reason Is the nature of the preaching Why you know yourself Brother Winter that never has the pulpit of Calvary church heard such preaching on peoples private affairs Mr Winter colored and replied angri ly What has that to do with this present matter It the minister wants to live In a simpler style I dont see what business we have to stop It As to the disposition of the parsonage that Iis a matter of business which rests with the church to arrange The nervous Irritable little man who bad spoken oftenest rose to his feet and exclaimed You can count me out of all this then I wash my hands ot the whole affair And he went out of the room leaving the rest of the hoard somewhat surprised at hIs sudden OM parturo They remained about a quarter of an hour longer discussing the matter and finally at Mr Winters suggestion a committee was appointed to go and see the minister the next evening and seei If be conld not be persuaded to modify or change hIs proposition made in the morning sermon The rest of tho trus tees Insisted that Mr Winter himself should act as chairman of the commit tee and after some remonstrance ho finally with great reluctance agreed to do so So Philip next evening as bo sat In hIs study mapping out the weeks work and wondering a little what the church would do In the face of his pro posal received the committee welcom lag them In hIs bright hearty man nerolIe had been notified on Sunday evening of the approaching confer ence The committee consisted of Mr Winter and two other members of the boardMr Winter opened the conversation with considerable embarrassment and an evident reluctance for his share In thematterMr we have come as you are aware to talk over your proposi lion of yesterday morning concerning tho parsonage It was a great surprise to us all- Philip smiled a little Mrs Strong says I act too much on Impulse and do not prepare people enough for my statements But one of tho greatest men I ever knew used to say that an Impulse was a good thing to obey In stantly If there was no doubt of Its be ing a right one And do you consider this proposed movo of yours a right one Mr Strong asked Mr Winter- I do replied Philip with quIet emphasis I do not regret making It and I believe it Is my duty to abide by my original decision Do you mean that you Intend actually to move out of this parsonage asked one of the other members of the committeeYes hllip said It so quietly and yet so decidedly that tho men were si1 lent a moment Then Mr Winter saidMr Strong this matter Is likely to causo trouble In tho church and wo might as well understand It frankly Tho trustees believe that as the parsonage belongs to tho church proper ty and was built for tho minister ho ought to live in it The church will not understand your desire to move outDo you understand It Mr Win ter Pblllp put the question point blankNo I dont know that I do whol lyMr Winter colored and replied In a hesitating manne- rI gave my reasons yesterday morn- Ing I do not know that I can mako them plainer The truth Is I cannot go on preaching to my people about living on a simpler basis while I con tInuo to live In surroundings that on the face of them contradict my own convictions In other words I am living beyond my necessities here I bavo Uved all my life surrounded by the luxuries of civilization If now I desire to glvo these benefits to those who have never enjoyed them or to know from nearer contact something Df tho bitter struggle of the poor why should I be hindered from putting that deslro into practical tormr The question Is Mr Strong said one of tho other trustees whether this Is the best way to got at It We do not question your sincerity nor doubt You cwt count meo of alt tile Ulen your honesty but win your leaving the parsonage and living In a leee ex pensive house on halt your present sal ary help your church work or reach motooeosJft sndeaitomnreeoalerCOItlInngll COItlInngllPARKEW HAI CONTRACTOR i AN- DPAINTER Estimates Furnished on all Work PAINTINGIEGuaranteed to be Strictly FirstClass- For further information address J H WILLETT CLOVERPORT KY Office in Hear of Moorman fc Owen Drugstore Dr tJL MOORMAN DentistHI1- P1RottPslJatislaction In all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BY MAILFull courses 25 rash or you can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH nook and blanks FREE The principal ol thU scboo li the author of the LeADING system of bookkeeping which IIs used In THOUSANDS public and private schools Including the public schools of New York sod ethos largo cities The LUDINO system ol Shorthand li taught Students from every State You can graduate In tour SPAS TIME be It ever to Utile OndutM MtUtei U petlthu Snout live TO TUQUE WHO BIND roa CAIAtOGUEI AT ONCE SCHWARTZ SCHOOL lisa Weil Jef fenon St LonUvllIt K LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd Iis headed by Commodore Sampson i6jS5a IOn of King Trenton 15615 the greatest prize winning Poland Chi+a hog living r dead Commodore Sampson Ila a duplicate or his cele brated lre and we can truthfully say without retying any reflection on Ilteckeaiidge county that we never expected to see as grand a bred hog oro tine an Individual within her borders We tell no how records Hat we can tell aged lows guts boars ready for service spring and fall pigs that will please von Cheap for quality of stock Call on or address Q A FOOTE be SON- Irvlngton Ky w A WALNU N C IOARD WALKER BOAR- DDENTISTS HARD NSBURO KENTUCKY At Irvington TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY after Third Sunday EXPERIENCE BO YEARS I IDUIGNSI r Rile COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone leafing ascription may quleklr aaeertaln usOpinion tree whether aa Invention te probably patetable Commnnlea nonaetttet ooaD 011tl1 andbookon Patent e trgoPsnprwfaouuwabout Cba rgelat e Scientific americans A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tareet elf eolation of any denUBo Journal Terms U a yeariI four montlll L Sola brail nawidealen mUNN tCo 3 IBsdJ new ynrk Bran MoeM r stwubtutton D PrOnrOfape17 LaBall ATnu j ChkMBO III yearEegnlarlyLegislator Capital folly paid looOOO The oldest larCH moat reliable and auc teeiful Medical InaUtnU In the C II Private rooms for ratlenU with facilities toe any emergency Xft y HlcroacoplcaJ and Uritooploal examination are made 1- 1aU oaw whenever dtegnoela li doubtful andnreiBranehltU Catarrh cal Tnmon lilt ryeSarU1luaa4and cure of aU Obecare or Chronic DUeaie We aieolutaly naraatee to cure ever ease of Kerroo Debility and dlaeue rrmlttae from abtye sad ladUcretloo ol gprsutorrhaspmIsaiWeakse In brine IropoUnoy Yariooelrylvdros ode Stricture 1 liUwet Charges aeerldxoMOOd wtoeh30000tesMwosllliter- oartefaM curidyiYnta faay cured at Aeairr eedaNt nee anaoagdnUal 1 toslaylSuglaliti BANK oFt f 3ARDINSBUIIGB J J ti i JM I t Q W BEARD FJoIKIUDGERM DIRECTORS a I I 1 I I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS p f I Ofa0fd 6tk9 Best Goods i FOR c BEST BUYERS Ii t Buyers who are unable to find what f itDhantweirrr IItheytown satisfaction will have of I being pleased by I sending an order to mi ADDlED G DITTO j I 1010 BROOK STi rr Louisville Ky JOSQm0 000 OmQOmO Ii AJKIRST r 1 I Canneltons Leading Tailor A 1i WILL ATTEND TO I YOUR WANTS WHEN IN 4 NEEDI5 Pe WINGBRT 1 1jj Merchant r MYY Tailor Suitings I and Repair Work- A r SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman do Sons old furniture stand CloverportKy J H Hunsche r The TAILORlWill be in Clover port tan the 2d and 4th Fridayof everymonth with Casper May Co OANNELTON IND J 110- l u AT THE RATE OF 14CENTS iA tt E KrftPerTERNvON Newspaper xleThe Louisvillett Evening PostrpagedaUyCoaajJtU r AUia Abstract el eM a1Ma J 1 of the resort 1AppMAS Sae WlllhlnrlGD and Franklort New I EVrTYTrH QTHATAiAliT I NeWMWEK SJteHlil C9NTAM I1 S lIrlr i The Rates Ar i SIM for TiaPMMMtIWo b I 91 tiHM tsrMejam2 qle f 350 sh0 r- tladp ateitrssmylsss C u siG p r a i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 f Dr I r i1 I sean i Used in Millions of Homes l a Accept no substitute I 11frfr Insist onLION COFFEE In lib pkgs fx These articles mailed FREE in Iiexchango for lion heads cnt from V front ofi lb LION COFFEE pkgs rSl Gold Collar Button 1 Mailed Ire for 5 lion heed cut from Lion c Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp Made pearltmen TMI shape b handy and popular J J a Daisy NeckPin Genuine HardEname and Gold For 1 8 lion headland I a 2 cent stamp The I a only two thlyds actual size f pink Bestenamel setting tloII I IIIJDImuon dumbl r1 Lions Bride I Mailed free for 12 lion head cut fromI Lion Cola wrapper and a 2cent tamp An unusually line picture from the brush of the noted German atlstt Gabriel Max It Is founded on Chamlssoa poem The Lions Bride The story IIs Interesting r and we tend with each picture ahand some folder containing copy of the poem and telling all about It Size 18x28 Inches t u Dorothy and Her Friends IcheeryI For 8 lion heals and aze tamp cheerytlcture repreaenfnga Ing with her chic ensand her rabbits The predominating colors are rich rods and greens SIze 11x28 Inches For W lion heads an scent stamp we wU mill It tinned- readyfor hanging a of you have else certain some article to by you our new Lists THB ABOVE ARE ONLY FEW appear Ip Dont satisfactionMode premium offered always know LION sealed with lions front packages unbroken COFFEE k BRECKENRIPGE NEWS THE VALUE O TIMBER Tho and hedges are such a conspicuous feature of all the prairie landscape of the west aro moro than is generally supposed to modify tho rigors of western winters Insignificant as tho obstruction offered beRtheso timber have certainly some tho fury of tho t blizzard There should moro planted If no other reason than tho JP named Every quarter section 0 farm In the west should have not less than ten acres of timber growing upon f11t and this timber should now boot r Ibettersorts than that planted in the pioneer days ash soft maple black walnut larch tho elms with a liberal planting of tho hardy ever tgreensthese latter around the home stead should tho of the willow Lombardy poplar and cottonwood of most of tho groves now grow lag are made Timber modify climate will shut out tho southwest hot wind of the and temper tho x Violence of the blltzard In winter and will something in equallz ing the rainfall and In conserving Indfsputaybio fact that when a country is stripped Sof Its timber the climate changes very The air becomes drier the droughts more frequent and the water supply greatly reduced and In many cues annihilated conditions which all tend Impoverish tho soil From our we having as a nation done our very best to deforest the whole country no or more duty la Imposed upon us than 17 t flaw strive in some measure to repair the damage done sensible i Intelligent attempt to reforest the + ltry and 1U every man will plant t and plenty of them we shall be t lag OB the right line experimentfgwltheoujilhI s Honey a Tsr will prevent a cold frost itwiltln In Pneumonia Moorman dt Qweee I II STRENGTH PURITY AND iilI Stylish BeltBuckle I nandtomtly gold lnted with Roman finish and set with ruby JewelIn Thliwlllbo welcomed tar OJe8SCQuP occasions by tbo ladles who like to wear different colored sashes The gold flnlah goes well with any ol them Given for 20 lion heads and a 2cent stamp Ladles Apron Made of good quality lawn with alternate revering and tucks broad hem bottom and neatly gathered at want a Tery- lIupcrlorandltylllh article Sire Six 40 Inches Given for 20 lion and a 2cntstamp Fruit Picture lionbeadl50Foot Clothes Line 1lion1 threads arias and WW give the best 01II Another will shortly thU I I head pure the I groves which doing extent tamed for M r I White place which 1 r summer severe r by r c 4 t I I I Even Niles was a humor In my old town said a Ho owed me 100 for Ho was a citizen tko and I was tho driver of a live seated that mado four trips dally our town and a city So I hes itated to him One day as I was along In front of office my heart by the door and out Into tho road Guess I owe you ho asked up at seated on tho wagon Yes sir It Is 100 I So is So it is down In his Have you got 10 cents about you Of course I had and as I down Into my for tho dime I saw of the 2 bill that would soon be In my inside Truth to tell I was for before had I been in such need for money as I was on that day I found tho and gave it to Niles who put In his and back his educe mo a II said he rather ly as ho out a fresh cigar and lit It with make It an even 2 now Are you sick If so the of It Iis a ed the dose is small yet it the most suits the lips and lose their the eye and the step elastic Price CO cents the little boys If you dont stop that cats tail I will pull your hair and give yon a to see how you like i ceased for a and then give a What torY I want to get my hair 4- S s Best Coffee Money pureCoffee I Box of A of nice outline pictures bound Into took roan with sheets of tissue paper between tho leaves On these tluue pages ehlldren can outnil wlthltrongJ1l1perto breaktag trace the beneath thehandtogetherTberebeads and Kite See It Fly The box kite so long and safely folded but can quickly be spread to fly Every wants one and older persons also are free for 40 cut and you buy LION bought have bought a portion from PREMIUMS list list of over You It Is the In It leaves the factory 4 bo trees tJ up probably do materially to standpoint higher patriotic d at It Lawyer loving attorney Indiana drummer several mouths prominent Tillage carryall between neighboring run passing his gladdened opening stepping somethln Parks looking remember it reaching pocket reached corduroys visions asleep pocket overjoyed seldom prccslng additional particular change coolly It pocket walked toward without giving cent Thanks unfeeling pulled exasperating Imperturbability Thanks Thatll Detroit NewsTribune Investigate merits HEROINE concentrat medicine quickly produces gratifying re digestion improves cheeks pallor becomes bright VoulUTnl strategy Harry exclaimed mother pulling chance 14 moment saidMa please mo quarter cutOblca TimesHerald tho now for the Try and you will never uso a Mantel I Colored Crayons Per I lion heads and stamp Fine wax crayon fifteen dlfleren colon accom l coloring Each crayon wrapped I Childs Drawing Book collection pictnres thus affording drawing book requires 6 lion I 2cent tamp Naval Box I celebrated Thirtyinches comes American toy Interested LION COFFEE Clock e a 2 naIled lion heads from Ltta Coffee wrappers a stamp of paper I a pack UON u take will heads II II 2cent ut no In of of or In to In It S c A If l a li I I if Is of A I When for premiums your In same or with lion If more 1 lion are sent can Toledo Ohio More Strict Than Vest It Is commonly stated PolDterlII cers that appointed ranks are the strictest In the service and more dlsclpllnarlonsI I ing with the privates ers Probably they and regard harsh con I duct as necessary to compel respect Washington Times A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately make on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that newly proved fatal It through his kid neys Ills back got ao lame he could not stoop without treat pain nor sit iu a chair except by cushions No remedy helped him until he tried elec trio Bitters which effected such a won derful change that he he feels like a man This marvelous mediclnn Only 60c at Short and Haynes thug store TUB PAntfi its lU L FARE We stepped Into tho home of a pret ty well to do farmer not long since Just as the family was sitting down to the evening meal It was not a company supper but just a common everyday meal which the bad on tho table There were a pitcher of good milk and a smaller one of thick cream a dish of hominy cold boiled beef fried potatoes fried eggs canned plums sweet pickles gingerbread dome currant cake It was a regular church sociable layout and there were robust appetites to enjoy all this good food There napkins by each plate and the hired men had to wait until the old man had returned thanks Outside tho house were hundreds of chickens young and old fat pigs In tho pen well fed cows In the byre granaries and cribs full with the abundant crops of the year and yet the old man while ho formally thanked the Lord for his excellent grub to us that the times were of joint and that the government was being run to make the rich man and the poor man poorer What ought 1o be done with such an old rooster Oy express hello for heads and a 2c stamp Frame beautifully finished wlthglltStends benches hIghA and good timekeeper Alarm Clock t Sent by express prepaid 80 lion heads and a 2cent stamp When ordering either clock plnuo name yourneareat Express Office thcro express once located your town piFi 1B Ladles Scissors itrimmingiB Given for 33 lion heads and a 2cent tamp A firstclass razor made best English steel end extra hollow ground pi Rubber Dressing Comb pik J1 For 10 lion heads ands2 tent Length 7 Inches fun and Made genuine India rubber finished Appropriate for a ladles ing case Came for use ulndla the household lampI ISimilar Parches which has been played can ern countries rlnco before the dawn of history The Illus tratlon shows plan the game with meal counters dice and dicecups ac mmpaaylaR I pleI dW I I I jjEverytimDont COFFEE Premium something tooii age tpii iia of he mo yourselfHarry go for IMPORTANT NOTICE writing send letter the envelope package the heads than S heads you tarpmutilatedWOOLSON SPICE CO men own experience came propped writes new purlfies OF family and were whined out rjcher ungrateful size UATIY DEEP Twentyfive years ago the prize beef animal was a 10 or 12 year old ox which lead served his day and genera tion as a boast of burden doing farm work and then was fed for a year un til he made a carcass of 1800 or 1000 pounds We well remember when It was believed that the best beef was that grown on to tho framework of such an aged beast and when what Is now called beef was of no account Times have changed A steer seldom now lives moro than three years most of them less Tho old ox beef Is a thing of the past and the public taste Is demanding young beef oven baby beef which finds a market at a year old The calf of the beef breeds which Is kept fat from tho day it is born and turns tho scales at 1000 or 1100 pounds at 15 months will bring tho top of the market and tho most profit to its owner Frequent Coughing Inflames the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar stops the coughing and heals the lungs The ordinary cough medi cines which are simply expectorants will not do this as they keep the lunge phlgmMoorman TilE IIOCTIV Tlltf DOORYARD We know of a man who owns 820 acres of land free from incumbrance pretty good bouse and barns surrey to ride to town iu director In a national bank wbogo hogs have the free run of his dooryard and upset tho swill palls at the back kitchen door The hog Is All right In his proper ptace but all wrong as a dooryard rooter At best he Is but a dirty scavenger and while Pat years ago might have been almost compelled to share his Irish hut with the pig In order to pay tho rlnt It IsI nothing less than barbarism and sav agery for the well to do American farmer to give his hogs the run of the home lot The PolandChina is not a sweet scented brute under any condi Ions and his lair should be as far away from tho dooryard and the home as possible Dont you make any pre tense to be even half civilized It you let your hogs run at large TWENTYSIX POUNDS OB BOOAll FOR f1- For one we are In favor of extending nil possible encouragement to the development otthe sugar Industry Wheres the sense of our sweetening up on glucose when Gods sunshine towns with bettor sweets A trust regulates the price of sugar now but we can If we will produce enough so that no trust on earth can Interfere with the natural law of supply and demand This trust is now going through a cast Iron sweat over the Increase of boot sugar factories Time was when sugar was a poor mans luxury when the good mother showed the respect in which she held the presiding elder by the number of teaspontuls of sugar she would put In his tea That time has passed and sugar has become a poor roans necessity The beet sug ar factories can pay 4 per ton for sugar beets and still make a big thing In selling their product so that the con sumer can get 20 pounds of sugar for 1 Let all consumers of sugar unite In extending hearty support to any movement looking to an Increase in the sugar supply We arc after 20 pounds of sugar for a dollar and we are going to have it before we get through Mind that Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with running sores DflWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for plies and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter feitA R Fisher A Hitch Priced Man General Weylers brutality to the country farmers of Cuba was the di rect cause of the desperate Insurrection In Cuba which led to the Spanish war That war cost the United States fCO 000000 The cost to Spain was LM 000000 exclusive of loss of territory The cost to Cuba In the way of wreck ed plantations and loss of commerce especlnlly of her tobacco trade Is roughly estimated at 20000000 moro So Weyler came distinctly hlgbAn swers No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from plies unless they are so afflicted TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is a quick safe and painless cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 76 cents NOTICE Thomas C Touscy and Others on Petition Kentucky Breckenridge County Court Regular Turin Full 20 1000 APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC ITlion 01 this Court that the petition of Thomas O Tousep and olhers hretoforo lodged with the Judge of the Brecken ridge County Court and filed in this Court on the 24th day of February 1900 rtqueoUnK that an election be held In precinct No2 in the Cloverport Magis terial District Breckrnridge County Kentucky on the 28th day of April 1000 to lake the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are quallfid to vote at an election for the county officers upon the proposition whether ur not spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said voting pre duct and also whether the provisions of this Ilaw and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct or whether or not this prohibition or law hOW in force shall become inoperative and it further appearing that said petition was signed by more than 25 per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at the last preceding general election held in said precinct It is now ordered by the Court that the request ol said petitioners be granted and that an election be held on said 28th day of April 1000 in said pre cinct No 2 Cloverport Magisterial Die trlct in state and county aforesaid to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct 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 bar tered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this aw and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now In force shall become inoperative in said precinct And it Is further ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenridge County open a poll at said voting precinct on the said 28th day of April 1000 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said pre cinct 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 bar tered or loaned In said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to drug gists in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall become inoperative in said precinct And the Sheriff of this county is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law And such persons as shall be appointed by the Board of Election Commissioners of Brtckenridae County shall act as officers of said election and the said Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is contin uedA copy Attest OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk NOTICE OF ELECTION IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NOTICE and in pursuance to an order of the BreckenrIdge County Court made at if regular February term 1000 Febru ary 20 1000 a poll will be opened and an election lists in voting precint No 2 Cloverport Magisterial District Breck votinFplaceAD 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous soldbbartared er or not this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists therein and whether or not the prohibition or law now fn force shall become Inoperative in said precinct thehoursm and as Sheriff off theWICountyyof Breckenridge State of Kentucky this the s1 day of March AD 1000 F P PAYNE S B 0 RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA No Torture Equal to tin Itching and Burning of This Fearful Disease principal Not ranch attention paid the longbeforeburn This is but the and will lead to suffering and torture almost durable a common to regard roughness and redness the skin merely a local irritation Is but Indication a humor in bloodof terrible 1eatloolI Mr Phil T Jones of Mixersrllle Ind writes I had Ecsema thirty years and after a great deal treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gaye me constant pain It finally broke Into a running sore and began to spread and grow worse For the past five or upallboon treated by some the best physicians and have taken many blood medicine aU vain With little faith laft I began to take B B 8 and it apparently made the Eczema worse I knew that this was the ContinuingBI clear and smooth I was oured perfectly Eoioma is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which U only a tonic Swifts Bpeeifle SaS S FOR THE BLOODsuperior other blood remedies because cures diseases which they oaa not reach gas the bottomto the cause the disease and will core the worst cue Ecaoma matter what other treatment hoe failed Iis the only blood remedy guaranteed be free from potash mercury or any mineral and niTer tails to cure Eczema Scrofula Contagious Blood Potion Canair Tetter Sores Ulcers eke InsistRheumatlmfOpenupon SoB S nothing 8pehiliTHE BRECKENRIDGENORMAL HARDINSBURG KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary 1 Intermediate 2 Preparatory 3 20IITeachers 3 For and D S A B F Ky In The most located and only S first class hotel In city Jioo rate Q block from district and from g the S Street pass the door all puts of tht neat and clean I CIIAS WILMXK tir to unen It is mistake a of as It an of the of of In but and Is to It It to of of no It to R j St the a fi the two cars j r I f3 20 per Classical 3 II Music 3 Board 175 to 2 25 per week further address ROBERTS President HARDINSBURG KY 6281 Fourth Louisville Scientific month 20II50II Information catalogue Jr J M Ky HARDIN s1J 1 WILDERI IIN IRVINGTON beginning WILDER HARDINBrandenburg Every Wednesday and Thursday after the Fourth Monday Each Mouth Difficult work such as Bridges andI Latest appliances used Good work guarantee centrally making Onlone shopping blocks principal theatres to city- Everything ATKIKSOIT JENKINS often other Bolls T119eFIFTH AVENUE- s HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY PIKE CAMJBELL Mgr p JiIGGLEBOOKS 1 A Farm Library of unequalled valuePractical Uptodate Concise and Comprehensive Hand somely Printed and Beautifully illustrated By JACOB BIQGLE No 1 BIQQLB HORSE BOOK All bout Ironera CommonSense Treatise with over SoCentsNoAll about growlne Small Frullsrtad and learn how contains 47 colored lifelike reproductionsorail leading varieties and too other illustrations Fries 50 Cents No 3BIQOLE POULTRY BOOK existencetellreverything I tojotherlnustratlonsIrlce5o No 4 BIOQLB COW BOOK All about treprobuctlonroleeclttNo 6 BIOQLB SWINE BOOK Just out All about HorsDreedlnr Feeding Retch halftonesTheDiaOLB BOOKS are unlqueorlrfnalusefulTou never saw anything like them so practical K sensible They andtrightIFARM JOURNAL Is made for I yearoldI ihehpeeadthuet Jn ofAmericahaving a million aadlha1fregoIar readers I 1lJI 5 Address FuuIJOVRN t lBlfUSUIl14JJ A Ii ti I so O I TIDE BRECKBNRIGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 D 4 BEWLEYVILLE Kenton Drury attended Sunday school here Sunday Mrs S P Drury of itogetta Is the guest of her pwrujlp MissI Leua Drury wile In Meade run ty last wwk vlsitiiip SI Jtillorpl Hflrdlnsbupreently vis lUd in Stlths Valey Bro LitcbuVlJ pies bIH At jiistontlo StuUSuutlay in till mouth btitw Florcnm Oaln ia t acMf 4 Uncle Bntfrt rhiUlren at Irvlugoti Yr It J 0111 sad IOU are sjipnillnif ttiii creek vititiDK Mr1 and Mrk lilflB fordaW H Cain J lookrtl qnltr natural in lifB oldl place nt church emIces bore SundayMr tint Mrs Plsgolt ipen S S trailay vttiUiK Mr Ken iulienjvho Is ou tthis Blckllat UTO UNIT attendftl iirsyeriuiutliix Thursday night and gave a good couud talk from Ecrlrsiursl 12 Mr Dave II nry has reinovrd his fam fly back to Irvington He LEW been liv ing In our town forr several years Mr Pomp McCoy bu rented hta farm here We are rorry to noto tb llltatl of the KnhertH Loual Option Hill JJIY this Dem ratio portion of the Keutudty Senate One Senator said he had always voted to drive out whiskey hot when he found the inegwhi wprt eupiorlDU this bill were against ioebel be decided to vot- esgtint in Pnrtyifm runs mad II Old Mother Earth had n good euuninR the 11I Ilollr or five davR which she much needed Plenty of feu 8hlne would soon wake a change in Na u u iTatr to ecei We are glnd tto know that thero nra toa who appreciate the BcwJpyvllle i ems W RV miMeM thanks to our frlfeud1 Hunter Hanlaway for kindly written word Mr Ranhli Hard wny wile prebenb d Tjh a houm and lot known e e tbRj IVnUuKton property hy her goMnt fMeads and nlAtijo Mr R kPDo v It was In 8mnentbllln ecoiupitahiui itF 1taMn MKUH L lion rmmi Dink 1rc and Albert Drnry and Jams DurfriiteI ut FddKI nffoMioon from Brandenhurgtrpsd11W dale vUit las ill this vicinity They report a tine rUUvIr G P Paul lies closed his nlftckiwiitli shop much to the discom fort of his uiauV menla and patrons Ills ervitw iu our town hitS hllen of long and honorable duration mid we hope that ho may soon be able to bjin again Take Or Bulls Cough Syrup for all those dangetoni aflectkjni Kverecoldi pletiiUv and grlpi which Ialland Winter bring alcog It is the IIreallt cure for bronchitis and all throat and lung aff tloni Sore Finger Uillle Wilson an employe at the shop is off duty nursing a hens felon nu THESE RATES ARE TO BE OBSERVED FROM 6P M TO 6 A M Schedule of Rates for 1JGE3T MSSAGEELWhere the Day rate Is 25 cents the Night rate will be 20 cents u n u 1 i 30t a a r a 20ura a rr ra 35a arr rt n rt r a 20rr u u rri n 40Co u u l rr 20UII It II II n I5a r a c II II 25rr rtr i a 50II II r1 l Ir r 25nrr a i it n 55u n K n rt a 30rrII n rl ti i GOII K 1 rl 30uAll other roesiagt the run will be for night onehalff the day rate Where the night rate Is a fraction an additional amount will be added to make the tmoint multiple of j that li where the day rate ii 66 car half of thii wll be 31 therefore the night rate will be 3t ccnti Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company eeeeeeees I Here Goes 11- i 1II For Anot- herJWIREDEALIi i When we advertised S the very low price on Fencing Wire II- we warned our patrons 5 not to delay in placing jtheir orders The same S 1 1 1ii I 1 NORTHERN SEED POTATOES- AT 175 CENTS PER BUSHEL 1I 11New Beauty York of Early Hebron Rose and Burbanksii choice varieties B F BEARD COnil HARDINSBURG KYii T Box Party At the home of Mr and Mrs TIe Bohler Lunch Box Party was ten dereJjlheyoung people Friday evinlpg A largo crowd of ir erry young people gitlfrtd and the entire evening was eiijiyvd CiiiIJnt help getting a cold never curia It j but carrying home a bottle of BALLARIVS HOltEUOUND SVRUP Mud urini It m directed will euro the ttors1 kindof cough or cold Price 25 and 50 cent dire U G Hill and sister Mia Vfagule psnarri went to Henderson Monday night to visit LIir futlier MrJ Mort Pen ner who iIs still quite ill- NOTICE John C Mattingly and Others 011 Petition Kentucky Dreckeuriilgt County Court Regular Term Feb afl 1UOO IT APPEARING TOTUESATI FAC ton ol this Court that the petition of Thomas 0 Tousey ntid others heretofore lodged with the Judge of tho Brccken ridge County Court and tiled lu this Court on the 24th day of February 1100 rtqutsiioi that an diction be held in precinct No1 in the Cloverport MagisI CountyKentuckyt to take the sense of the llrlll voters of said prccluct win are qualifiil to vote at mi election for the county officers upon the piopoaltion whether or not spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold precluctthis law lend prohibition shall apply to druggists in eaid precinct or whether or not lhp prohibition or law now iri torco shall become Inop rativf and it further appearing that said petition was signed by more than 25 per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast ut tho last preceding general election held In said precinct Jit is now ordered by the Court that the request of said petitioners be granted and that an election be held on said 2Slh day of April 1000 in said precinct No 1 Cloverport Magisterial Die trict iu state Mod county iiforemiid to take the senso of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an elfctlon for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bar tered or loaned In eaid precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this aw druggistsInprohibition or law now in force shall precinctAndof Brcckeundga County open a poll at said voting precinct on the said 28th day of April 1000 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said pre clnct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall he sold bartered or loaned In said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to drug gists in sold precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall become inoperative In said precinct And thin Sheriff of this county is ordered to give notice of paid election and hold the name as required by law And such persons as shall be appointed hy the Board of Election Commissioners of Bn ckenridae County shall act as officers of said election and the said Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is contin ued A AttestOVEN Clerk NOTICE OF ELECTION IN IunderI of the Breckenrdge County Court made at its regular February term 1000 Febru ary 20 1100 a poll will be opened and an election held in voting precint No1 Cloverport Magisterial District Breck enridgn County Kentucky at the voing place therein on the 28th day of April A D 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition whether of not splrituouc vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tared or loaned therein i and also wheth er or not this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists therein i and whether or not tho prohibition or mw now in force shall become inoperative in said precinctSaid will be held between the hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p- In Witness my hand as Sheriff of the County of Breckenrldge State of Kentucky this the 3d1 day of March AD 1000 F P PAYNE S B 0 KoclolDyspepsia t Digests what you eat Itartificially digests tho food and bids Naturo in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs Itls the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea 81ckHcadachcGastralgiaOramp9 and all other results of imperfect digestion Price BOc and Ct Largo lzo contains VA Umca email site Bookall sbou tdyspcpsla mallod me- II Prapartd by E C DtWITT A CO Chicago For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport FALLS OF ROUGH i lIIM Mary Peyton has returned home Jlrs Sue Mercer Is expected home soonIWIlls Green went to Louisville lestt week Mini Jennie Green has returned home Mr Robert Ohambllaj went to Trisler last week Mr John Overlon wa4 a guest ol Mr Cliambliss Sunday Bro Miller was a guest of Mr Robort Obambliea Sunday 1 f MISS Ruby Stone was In town shopping Friday morning Ilf nry Oary wns Oje guest of Miss Ma bel GhambUss Sunday Bro Millers little daughter line been quite ill but Is much better We await with Jiup lfencu the detect Iou of tiov Goebnl8 innrdurere Charlie Stono went to Hardineburg Saturday returning Sunday evening Miss SaJn Robertson VPS the guest of thaMisHCS Stone fine day last welt llr Henry WinJet was the guest of his sister Mrs David Qhatnblios recently Miss Jessie S to nu was the guest of Miss badu Robertson llust Sunday after noon Oscar Armstrong and Ira Boling were gntsisat Mr M W tones Sunday afternoon David Chambllps and wife pent Sun day with their parentc Mr and Mrs John Eskridgo More wedding bells are ringing real wediing bells not those common things they call dinner bells Lafe Beaucbamp has returned from Louisville where he has been buying a new stock of spring goods Mrs Carter who has been an invalid for many years died Saturday morning Bro Miller held the funeral Services There is a big protracted meeting in progress at Union Chapel There have been five conversions up to date and seven penitents Mr Wallace Davinoo wife and two little daughters of Pavison Station were gneta of their fattier Mr John Armstrong Saturday and Sunday Mr Bill Duggan and Mrs Becky Bryant were married Thursday at Har dineburg Returning on the afternoon train they went immediately to house keepingMr Butler of Shreve Is prepar- Ing to erect a large two i tory general department store wiiba fine cellar in the basement He will use the old building for drugs v Bro Stone held a most succecsful meeting at his home near Duff a few weeks ago with forty conversions He is at present holding a meeting near Con cord with most encouraging results Dr J W Meadow of Trisler will start Tuesday March tub on his trip to the Holy Land The doctor has engage ments with several prominent news papers to write for them during his trav elsA good doctor is sadly needed at this place as Dr Dempster of Glendeane is not able on the account of ill health to do the riding be once did It is alarm ing to hear of so much suffering and even deaths for lack of medical atteu tion Children often inherit feeble digestive power and colic of a more or less severe character results when food is taken which is at all difficult to digest WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 and 50 cents Four Fingers Hurt Watkins Seymour the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Joseph Seymour while playing at the window Monday morning accidentally let the sash fell on its right band severely injuring four of its fingers rrrN NSNiN N N N 1 LYONS i iiTRAD II I r1i t I LAXATIVE SYRUPNATURES I CONSTIPATION ee- Is made from the chol cest extracts of vegetables and fruits contains no Injurious drugs and Is the best prescription that can be co mounded for the cure of Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Peverslt drives out all Impurities of the bipod and makes the complexion clear anylaxatyourfdrugglstAn Ideal remedy for children as well fas adults For sale by druggists at soc per bottle For Sale by SHORT JIAYNES CLOVERPORTKY s w TREACBHBf A persis tent cough ii- I is at first a Ifriend for it f gives warning of the ap proach of a f deadly ene my Heed the warning- before it is too late be fore your lungsI be come In flamed b- etorc the doctor says Consump tion when the danger signal first appears help nature with AYefsfielp elOrAI yourlungs deepIndeadlyblow todayOne relief A few doses make the cure complete corMeI ecoaoalul lor older cues II I consider your Cherry Pectoral the beat remedy for colds and coughs and all throat affections I have used It for 30 years and It certainly beats them all Dar LiiNNrr Dec 20 1m Union ft Y Wello the Doctor- It TOO have any complaint whatever and ueilre the but medical advice you rerelre write the doctorfreelyYou will recelrt a prompt ro Ply without COlt Address Dtt J O AYEll Lowell Man Assistant Adjutant General Col David R Murray of this place is now in Frankfort where he is acting an Assistant Adjulant General After the resignation of AdjutantGeneral Castle man it Is understood that Col Iurray will be appointed to take hfs place Mies Mattie Seaton and her brother in law Mr Barnes who live on the Hardinc burg and Stepheneport road made a call at the News office Wednesday m 10 Reward STRAYED R STOLEN From my home on the pike 2 miles from Clo verport on last Friday night 1 dark bay horse 8 years old Has 1 white spot on left shoulder and 1 where the harness saddle goes Theperson returning the horse to me will be rewardedJ FURROW Cloverport Ky riSweetest Sweets For Sweet IHandmadei HandmadeCandies can be found at BABBAGES i iiFresh assortmentii i i i 1eavejj 1 X40 centstper pound NNNO 755 GREEN fLduCOflNEfl r I 4u REMDVEDt I TO THE ICII GREEN 1 FLAGi CORNERj I We move this week and will have t4every thing in order for business in an j hours time Call in Our stock will be f enlarged Our facilities aie better the location is central and we invite you to i see us Iri addition to our general line of Groceries we desire to call your at 4 tention to our stock of J MENS I BOYS and- LADIESI J j 1 v if t l The price ou Shoes has advanced za per cent since we i but we still adhere to our old price work Shoes best buckles with dirt excluder 125 Sold at 140 Our Mens fine Shoes at 200 are the best on the market The price on our Ladies Shoes is from 100 up 1 in we 4 32 m FLAGI rbj J1m M I SHOES I Jl I purchased 1i1Mens quality automatic elsewhere Bear mind that sell for Cash everyiiGREEN Cy TRY US THE ECLIPSE HARDINSBURG KY 0 10 1M li is is mlm6IfI CREENCOANEe CREEK FLAC- t t t CORNER y c H 4VALUABLEFARMF H i Attention PurchasersJ t The farm of Peter Dhonau deceased lying threo miles 4southwest of Oloverport near the White Sulphur and Tar Springs consisting of 385 acres will be ofiered at Public Sale in the City of Clover port on Saturday March 1 24 1900 at I Oclock + About onehalfof said land is cleared for cultivationlhas good dwelling barn and outhouses thereon pure neverfailing water and the usual necessary adjuncts to a well regulated place Persons desiring a good home are invited in the meantime to visit and inspect the land and premises The land is susceptible of subdivision and may be sold as a whole or subdivided into smaller tracts A public road leads to Oloverport Terms of sale will be made easy to good purchasers Cloverport Ky March 61900- MICHAEL HAMMAN t Administrator IgJ g