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It NNMNINNNNNNNUNM N i 8 PAGES j156 r I COLUMNS I i II TO 11 4 VOL XXIV 28 1900 NO J r F + lJf HeJI t- II it nf nff s i to r- y j N f r- ter i I I J I I J tr Jh- iJl 4 M a- k JJ j i k 1t I iA I x J- te lft 9 Na J iff r t t Ir0j err H Closes One Of The Most Ever Held in THE BENEFIT OF THESE The protracted services which have been in progress at the Methodist church for two weeks conducted by Rev of Lexington closed Sunday jaixht with twelve additions to the church Tho services of baptism and reception into fellowshio were observed that night with a large audience in at Crowes labors here have been much appreciated by church goers of all denominations His sermons were full of IWife force and true religion He ap peaied to the intellect and reason rather than to tie emotion and made religion the result of tho highest principles of human life in accord with the law and love of the Almighty God The meas ure of good effected by this high plane of preaching cannot be reckoned The seed of good grain scattered in tho hearts ot the thoughtful in these past two weeks nourished and cherished by the warmth of honest endeavor will spring up in time to a good and plenteous har vest of consecrated toilers in the vine yard of the Lord In accordance with his usual custom Mr Crowe accepted no remuneration for his time and labor other than the proceeds ol a lecture delivered by him at the Methodist church Monday night His discourse on The TellTale Ticket Time was heard by a large audience This lecture has been heard in many cities and by numerous people and has never failed to receive the reward of praise It so justly deserves Mr Crows iligbtaof oratory his painstaking and urn of words hit fit and oiceful illustrations and more than all the deep thought and trnththat under lie his every address m ke him the ora tor the student the philosopher and preacher that he is Banker Routs a Robber J R Garrison Cashier of the bank of Thornvllle Ohio had been robbed of health by a serious mug trouble until he tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Then he wrote It is the best medicine J ever used for a sir vere cold or a bad case of lung trouble I always keep a bottle on hand Dont suffer with Cough Colds or any Throat Obestor Lung trouble when you can be cured so easily Only 503 end 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug BY 1INDIANS In 1812 Had In His Possession A Bible Print Ic i806I f t+ Mice Mary Whitfleld who lives near has in her poaeeslon s f bible that was printed la 1800 It was Litret the property of James McPbyo a tI iJMethodlBt preacher AlcPhyn tried fe spread the good word around here ie was killed by the Indians in 1812 rarwhen on his way to preach to a few r friends He was left on the road where this bible his faithful was after wards found by his side The brink has been preserved by his decend ante and Is still in a fairly good condi Non V Use Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at onoe fo brpnchllli and grippe It has itood the teat and li t positively a reliable remedy Life lit too short to ertaenl with oew tocilled sure cures Dr pens Cough Syrup costs but as cts f An lod man rushed up and down the 1 babkoff k stream In which his wife was battling with the torrent offering 1000 to anyone WbS would save her Atterabe e was Tscued he refosedtaipay over tha money claiming that he was unduly e itidwhen he made the dtier The courts t 4ava dlclded that he must give npSlOOO njwhat can his poor wife be thinking s stow Ez jfcltttkwjbuta a minute to overcome tick IMJR Iia the throat and to stop a cough by lfcl wi ot One Minute Cough Cure nine Ify quickly cores all foraaa of it and tang troubles Haraslees and i U atiw efeee AR Fisher IE1o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NEWS LATS FIT PRINT II 1CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 37E 1 KEY CROWS LECTURE Profitable Meetings Cloverport SERVICES Jim- dfOmvve tendanceBrother discriminating Consumption store- KILLED 4red MHardinsburg oldcompanion WouldntPay coiwnmpLt ENTERTAINMENTFOR CHURCH Fuss Sue Brashear of Union Star and Katie Crawford Take Active Parts STxniBXsroRT Ky March 2GSpe- clalOn Friday evening April 6th at the City Hall an entertainment corn J posed of one or morn plays song+ r xl htatlnnsThe proeeodo will go toward liquidating the debt on the Christian church Miss Sue Braohear of Union Star in leading lady and will bo assisted in mu sIc by Miss Katie Crawford Mtas Sue Is asweet Christian girl and deserves praise for her efforts and untiring ener gy In tho undertaking The Whetlar string band will furnish additional music Mrs Deweys Red Ring i Among Mrs Daweya wedding gifts was a very unique aud hatidsomu ring that is really ono of the famoui Jjawels of Washington It is a double ring of dull red gold to be worn on two fingers Mrs I Diwey haadecidtul to weir it on the third and fourth The baud of atones crowing halt her hand is an cmraeuse ruby and two equally large diamoiuli onn on either side the gold netting ending ina point on either sldo of theee This heautful giltI was iiiade purposely for Mre Dawey and is a copy of one seen by Mrs Illtt in the far east tho property of a high po tentate Mrs Dewey wore the ring at a dinner given recently inher honor by the donor Mrs Hilt Indianapolis Press One Minnto Cough Cure is the heat remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children alt like it writes H N Will lams Geufryville Ind Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives Immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarsenera croup pneumonia bronchi tis and all throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption A R Fieher THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY Of The Death of Little Willie AnderI son of Quston GUSTON Ky March 10 Special One year ego today title MarchlHlOQO we laid little Willie Anderson to reel One long year we haye missed dearI darling Willie We have missed his bright blue eyes beautiful dimple sweet smiles and loving caresses How lonely father mother brother and sister have been without him I He has been missed in his earthly home but he dwell In his heavenly home beckoning us onward whero there is no more parting A loving cousin ANNIE ROBERTSON ndlan Rubber Nails India rubber n its for use in places where ordinary nail are liable to corro sion are a German novelty It is said that they may be driven into soft wood in sizes up to 1 Inch long without boring a hole for their reception In larger nlzsa it is necessary tobars ahole tootart thorn and for the largest alas holes fartheiren tire length They ate said to be useful In chemical factories dry houses breweries etc and they are also used Inbuildlngac cumulator cells and other electrical ap paratus It is said that they clinch fairly well They may be ndalouhxploBlves where a spark from a nail when struck by n hammer might prove fatal Chica go News A R De Fluent editor of the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He nays My right arm at times Was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to rcelvu relief almost imme diately The Pain Balm has been a con andrit never falls For sale by A R Fish er Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port Robertson Bros At Ulendeane The Robertson Bros at Glendeane are doing a big business They are hustlers and go alter trade and gilt it Last week they bought from Julius Dutschke 20 head of stock cattle In one day Mon day Earnest Robertson bought 10 head off holtS 27 head of cattle and sold 0 tons of fertilizer Last March this firm was paying 3 35 for hogs and this March they pay 4 CO For allt pulmonary troubles BAL LARS HOREHOUND SYRUP taken In the early stages prove a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough and if used In season prevents the further jJeyelope A went of consumption Price 25 sad 60 cents 4 u PRETTY REC PTIONII Miss Elizabeth Skillman Entertains- in Honor of fllss Jennie Green ot Falls of Rough The prettiest nail ins ot enj yalil j IIt terlaimntmtof the WHOM se tar una the rac ptlon given Friday afternoon by Miss Elzibath Hkllinmi nt which Mlrs nnlo Glen of o 11Jf Rough WHO tho guest of honor rite biautlful nail- ospitable homo at tad r Wood was thrown open to i+ niitnlmr of joutg ladles who were do iIghthtly entertained by the gracious liostesn antl her hand norno guest The rllr hhniintH wern substantial nail beautifully nerved Souvenirs of jonquil th happy hat blngors of springtime wuro distributed by little Miss EllzU lh Skillman itnsn who were present to enjoy thlH pleasant occasion were Mesdamns A B Skill man Charles B Skillman LT IWdaml eonard Oez Misses Jfnii Gar Nellh Gregory Alllene Mtrray Georgia White Joasio Riit Margaret and Elizi beth Boomer Luis Owen Jenni War field Erhill Ooz + Liiinio Dflllay Mary and Adelia Moorman Mary and BfSftiu Jarbou Margaret and Elizabeth Skillman A you sick Ifto invefttigate the merits of HEItBINE It is H concentrat ed medicine the dose is small yet it quickly produces the most gratifying re suits digestion improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eye becomes bright aud the step elastic Price 50 cents NEWS FROM ALLEN COUNTY The correspondent to lira American Agriculturist from Allen county Ky writes that this bus bean an unfavora ble spring for work and that little has been done lie makes the following quotations Corn is worth S2 50 per bbl wheat 70c per bu seed oats 45c clover 325 mules 140 to 100 Cattle are scarce and very high milch cows 25 to 33 Binop 1 to 5 per head hogs 4c per lb and scarce Lambs are not doing well There will irn an increase in tho pea crop this year Corretpofldents Wanted Wriln to us if you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do or call at our atom and get a trial bottle Ten doses lOo at Short Haynes PASSES AWAY Mr Mart Penner Father of nrsUQ Hill Died at Henderson Last Weck Mr Mart Penner died nt his home at Henderson Monday night March 10th after a lingering Illness Ho was burled Tuesday afternoon Rev Frank Thomas conducting the services Mr Penner had been in feeble health for some time and was a pensioner Ho was fiftythree years old and leaves a wife and seven children among whom is Mrs UG Hill of this place Going Down Hill People suffering from kidney diseases feel n gradual but steady loss of vitality They should lose no time in trying Fo leys Kldnoy Cure It is guaranteed Moorman Owen A Dead Plant on Exhibition There is displayed in the rotunda of the Mitchell House a dead plant It was soot to Mr Mitchell from the Phllliptnn Islands and has attracted much atten tion and comment It is about 5 feet in height and ceveral branches project from tho stem Should you desire the history of the plant drop in mill con suit Mr Mitchell for ho will take great pleasure in tell you all about it Eugene J Hall the poet and publish er says that one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar restored his voice when hoarse ness threatened to prevent his lecture at Central Music Hall Chicago Nothing elso ss good Moorman and Owen Forty Hands Are Imployed In The Handling of Tobacco at Hardins burg Mr Winebrinner who is handling to bacco for Win Htnsley at Hardinsbnrg has decidedly the largest purchase In the county His big warehouse is full almost to overflowing All of the tobac co is rehandled and classed and this gives employment to about forty bands Ohildrea often inherit feeble digestive power and coHvfqf a more or less severe character results when food is taken which is at all difficult to djufst WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 and 60 cents IW QRAYSON SPRINGS To Be Renovated and Run By H W Herndon Recent tanager of Doe Run Springs Grayfeon Springs the well known summer resort In Urayson county sixty severe miles from Louisville on the 1111 nois Central railroad Jail been leased for a number sitt yenis by Mr II W Herndon of tIle CarterHerndon Com pany of Louisville For several seasons Mr Herndon has had chatg of Doe Run Springs In Meade county where he hits And much valuable experience in furnibbing comfort and entertainment to KUMtlH during the healed term Ilia fam ily IIs now at the Springs and vill per seemly hiiperinioudIlia renovating and reliiriiitliiiiu bf the buildinga I was nearly dead with dyjpepsia trod doctors visited tuiiienO springs suit cft w worse I need Kodol Dyspep sia Carr That cured rue It digests whet yon eat Cures Indigestion sour stomach heartburn and ell lorrns of dy- epepylaA n Fisher i I Died of Consumption Tho death of Mrs Jweorgla Nichols- flnrcherdun of consnmrillon occurrt d at Eliz b thiown Wednesday March 21 She WAS tire daughter of the late ldmtN NicholH of Birdstown and the wife of Attorney William U flutcherson Mrs liutcheison was forty years of age a lovely Christian character anda mem ber of the Presbyterian church he leas o two children n ton nod a laughter What Good Roads Do Thu Dhousu farm land and timber was sold Saturday March 2ih for 3000 The Dean Tin company bought the timber for 1000 This good price for timber was due largely to the im proved condition of the Bowling Green road which leads to it Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is not a com iron every day cough mixture It Is a marvelous remedy for all the troublesome and dangerous complications resulting from a cold In he head throat chat or lungi Sold for 15 cent News From Honey Mrs Sophia Meador who wee a citizen of this place for many years and who now lives ntPekln Kansas renews hwrsub scription to the News She says it gives hor much news from her old Kentucky home Colson To Be Tried The case of Col David G Colsoii charged with the killing of Ethelbert Scott and Luther Demaree at Frankfort has been set for a hearing the third week of the April Circuit Court Wanted Local agents ladies and gentlemen Salary Si 25 to 200 per day j perma nent position For particulars call or wrltlA A LaHleat Oloverport Ky J B Clark Peoria III says Sur geons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cued them with DeWitta Witch hazel Salve It Iif Infalllbe for plies and skin disease Beware of counter feltrA R Fishe- rROBERTS BOTTOM Mrs Marion Bellow is on the sick liet John Aldridga has gone to Stephens port Miss Laura Rollins is visiting in Can uolton Ind- Lewis Aldrldga and Davis Rollins were in Sample Sunday Forest Blain of Stephensport is in this vicinity this week Virgil Mitchell of Derby Ind was at the Morgan hotel Thursday LT Roberta is quite ill Miss Settle Weldman was in Stephens port ono day last week Held Without Ball Caleb POWHK on trial at Frankfort for conspiracy In Mr Goebels death was held oyer without Ball Capt Davis was admitted to ball in the sum of 56000 George Johnson son of Johnnie Johnson formerly of Hordljubuig was badly hurt at the Wagon works in Lou isville list Monday A pJle of wagon gear fell on him and mashed him up badly Have you been coughing n day a week a year Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure that cough There can be no doubt about it It has cured many others equally severe Good druggists sell it No cure no pays Mr William Beayln is dangerously ill at his daughters residence in this city r =h HAROINSBURG I Sweet pickles at the lEclipse Grocery Vegetables of nil kinds at the Eclipse GroceryIhrllto the wife of III L McUufHn the 22 lastr a gin Thu largest variety of canned goods at 1 the Eclpre Grocery Mn Mat1 Ililifam of Giuton In visiting Mn John Cody A good horde sold lure last Monday under the hammer for 75 Till best S 200 and 300 watches in the world far eale HI TGJ LcwlsII tilts R G Gardner tt+ s lhalla new iron fence built In front of her residence Mr John Vjlnztt of Horsy CAV Ky was n veitor nt the brick hotel last week Len Uihhop is putting a fresh coat of I paint on the front of B F Heard CDS I store I Mr and Sirs PM Board will go to I the brick hotel to brand ill r first of the month The largest variety of girden seeds in tint city am to be found at the Eclipse Grocery Eyes examined add glasses properly I fi tad at the lowest possible pricl lIt T 0 Lswfs1 Call in and take a look at the prottitat nail List sewing machines In the world T 0 Lewis When wanting anything in the jewMl ry watch clock or musical line call on- T 0 LIMorro EskrMga line been acting asI County Attorney during the absence of n N Miller Musses Eva Hensley and Lila Ford and Mr Chnrlrs Edmonds visited friends at Glendeane list Saturday James H Gardner returned from Lou isville last Friday where lie hud been to buy a elock of spring good Mr Charles P Edmonds of Austin Minnesota li here visiting his sister Sirs Mary Ford at the brick hotel Miss Edna Moorman of Cloverport who has been visiting Mlai L na liens ley returned home last Sunday livening Persons desiring photographs will call without further delay as I will leave Elnrdiusburc April 9 W J MitmoLT Rev A II Davis will begin a protract ed mcling nt the M E church here next Sunday He will be assisted by the Rev W B Sneed Lawerence Miller was sworn in last week to act M Cl y Marshal during the absence of Dolph Board who is in Louis ville for a short while B F Beard and daughter Miss Bessie and Miss Euli Miller who have been in the south for several months are ex prcttd home this week Mien Mary Smith ono of the mst nc complished young ladles of this plane has recently returned from a tour through eastern Kentucky We are able to furnish any kind of job printing on short notice as we have tel ephone connection with this Saws office You can leave your order with us Mrs Carport of Rosetta and Mrs Ponnington of Owensboro who attend ed the funeral of J A Witt remained several days with Mrs Witt their cia ter The managers of the Eclipse Grocery put on sale here one day last week one hundred pounds of Armour A Cos choice beef which was highly appreciated by a good many of the housekeepers W G Smart J E Keith James Hambleton and Judge Skillman of Cloverport anti James Crawford of Stephensport were here last Monday attending County Court Mr Charles Mook the popular traveling salesman for Ihn big dry goods firm of Carter Bros Co of Louisville fell at his home one day last week and broke an ankl bone Hu will riot be able topet out for several weeks Mr Frank Haswell came up from Clo verport and was here last Monday While here he eold his property a nice house and lot situated on the east side of town to Dr Milton Board for the sum of 800 Mr Ha wnll has some idea of locating in Illinois Mrs Eliza Witt is named as the exo cuter of her busbandtyj A Witts estate and faster payment of debts the remain der of the property is liwlflrtl to her Mr George Hook devises lice property to his wife and no executor is named in the will Morris Eikridgo Is named as the exe cutor of the will of Mn Catherine Kincheloe Her property is devised equally among her children except 321 which sire divides equally among Marcus L Allen M and Ellen KinchHton and Mrs M Eskridge and Mr Kate Stith The wills of James G Stephens Mrs Catherine Kincheloe J A Witt and George Hook were admitted to probate A o1II 30 n the County Court last Monday Mm ilary B Stephens is named in the will as till executor of her husband to act without bondand ins property both real and personal is devised to her The James Beavln farm lying back of loverport was cut up and sold in par cell by the Commissioner at the court rouse door last Monday lBS acres were ought by Samuel Beavln at 050 101 terra were purchaseil by Cheater Biavlu at 100 and 40 acres by Chester Beavln at S50 Joe Mullen bought one tract of I12 acres ati0 and another tract of 87 acres at 100 Young Terry of Hardin connty who ook a horse from John Furrow living dawn on the pike was brought here and put in Jjail last week He claims that he lid not steal the horse His father cams over Friday and bailed the young nan out of jail and took him home Ha Bays there has been no offense com witted as the boy only redo the animal ai few miles and turned him loose The grand jurv however may investigate the matter when it assembles in Slay John Ddan went to Louisville Sunday Miss Hftllio Mjormanis1 at Fordavilla and Hayneivills visiting this week Linnie Mattingly and Miss Conner went to Cloverport Sundav Jerry Gunnnne of Fordsvllle was the guest of Harry Slum last Friday night Mrs D C Moo in went to Bewley fillo Friday for a visit ofthree or four lays Doweea will be reedy to occupy the addition to the store by the last of this weekMrs Jesse Howard and bonny jlittle laughter Mabel spent Friday at the county sent- Lennlo Mattingly Sties Alma Matting ly and Mine Conner visited at Fordsville Saturday night Miss Ethel Conner of Millwood was the guest of Miss Alma Mattingly last Friday and Saturday Arnold S Barglum traveling passen ger agent for the Union Pacific was here from St Louis Sunday Fred Cannon Willie Cannon and Mat Jarboe all of McDjnlels boarded the train here I cnday for Louisville Tom Moore who went to Bowling Green several weeks ago passed through town last week enroute home Clint Westerfield has the contract building a dwelling for Julian forI Ho will commence la a few days Ell Moore was here on a combined bu lnets and pleasure trip last week He is handling a lot of fertilizer at this place Miss Ford Mies Eva Hensley anda Mr Edmunds came down from Hardins burg at noon Saturdayand remained till tho evening train Auaiu and longer is the wish of theIr friends Squire Mooretnan Mr Willie Owen aud Dud Ashley leave today for Red Bluff California The first two jjo for the trip and to inspect thu country Mr Ashleys health makes him seth notber climate Mrs Curtis ono of our Sunday schoolteachers gave Masters Johniie Hoskins and Harry Moorman appropriate and ac ceptable presents Sunday for their faithfulness in Sunday School work labt quarter Our Sunday School fhurishes and is well attended in all kind of weatherLouis Ashley says that already there are great numbers of x a hoppers pf all sizes from smallest to hull grown He predicts a pest of these insects or of the cot worms this spring In most things Mr Ashley is right but Im hoping bee mistaken this time A NEAT STRUCTURE Irvingtons New Church Opened Sat urday and Sunday The good people of the Presbyterian faith at Irvlngton are to be congratulat ed upon the completion of their new church It was opened for services Saturday and Sunday for tho first time and very good congregations heard good sermons from the Rev Mr Williams who is a pleasing speaker and an earnest Christian worker Thu church is a very neat structure and an ornament to our town of which we are proud and we earnestly hope the work planted may bear abundant good to our town and community Blood poison often results from a cut or wound if not properly treated Dr Dells AntiPain is the wonderful dis covery of the age for the quick relief of Internaland external pain J B Jenks Chief Clerk of the Rail way Mail Service of the 5th district was in town Monday He was at the shops Investigating their coaches IOo 1gNNNNNMMMMMt 8 PAGES 156I COLUMNS j f AZT THE MARCH GLENDEANE ADDITIONALLOCAL Crder your fish from Sippel Fresh confectioneries at Sippels Roland Smith was In town Saturday Roy lIe s1r spent Sunday at home i Hamilton Hennen was here Tburcday d Fred Fraize has returned from Cincin nati The camera craizi has atruck Clover f portThe finest assortment of candies at SlppolsrSippels ten cent lunch Is a winner with the public Mr Lloyd of Louisville was at the Fie her Homestead Sunday Everything the vegetable market affords can be had at Hippela Chris Klein andI wife went to Rxk vale last week to visit relatives The infant child of Mr and Sirs Esarey of Toblnsport died Sunday night Mrs Thomas Geer left Thursday for her home at Hutchison Kansas Mrs and Mrs Henry VanDyke of Louisville were in the city Monday Mr Tom Wiatherholt of Tobinsport who lies been seriously ill is improving Little Harry Hammau Jr eon of Mr and Sirs China Hem man is quite sick Berry Mason an old citizen oi this county living near Hardinsburg Is quite Ill If S Johnson F Fraiz and Jno Vest attended court in Haweavllle Mon dayMrs Dr Rile of Cannelton arrived Tuesday to visit her mother Mrs Alex BoydThe house occupied by Mr and Mrs Eugene Kings ury is receiving a fresh coat of paint The Katie came in yesterday Bud glad dewed the hearts and purses of the railway boys Sirs John Sterett of Skillman has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bartles The friends of John Wendelkin are anxious to know how hi hurt his arm last week W SJlawnler of1 New York is the guest oi his parents Mr and Mrs W H BqwmerAbout one hundred persons were poison eJ at ft church dinner at Lima Ohio last wlek Revs Petty and Davis of Hardindburg were here Thursday and Friday attend log the meeting They were at the Fisher Homestead the wets ol Mr Geore C Patton and James Baruett Fieher Mr aud Sirs A MI Klngabury were in Stephensport Sunday the guestol Mr and Mra Rjland Smith Two new cottages are under construct ion near the shops They will be occup ied by employee of trIO company- C S Lamb of Clay Ky has bought the homes property on the hill and will become a citizen of this place Rev John MI Crowe lectured in Owen sboro Tuesday night His subject was That wifuof Yours and Her Husband Miss Clare Krull and Miss Eva Hern don of Irvlngon spent Saturday at the beautiful summer home of Mrs Bennett MitisBntle Haswell was in Hardins burp a few days last week the guest of her grand parents Mr and Sirs John P HaawellSr Still demon the head tinner at the the shops hadnt for got to work tin into almost anything but still be ia lost with out hiswater Mrs EllziTtylur who hiss bean visit- Ing her mother Sire Elvira Babbag and other relatives leaves this morn for her home at Rosetta Mrs Rachel Weatherholt who has been visiting her diughter Mrs Cora Rjnfrow at Dundee Ohio county for IMrsI Katie Smith of Oweneboro and Miss Forrie Htirdin of Holt were in town Wednesday thu guests of Mr and Mn James T Skillman i Lost last Monday a pair of gold gles see between my residence and F Fraiiaa store Finder will please return them to 7 Gregory Gibson and be rewarded Mrs Lucy Gregory Coach number twenty seven of the Henderson route which was in the wreck sometime ago at Addison has been thoroughly overhauled and la standing on the track at the shops ready for ser vice The work was done by the com panys expert mechanics at the shop 4 I abllltee which reflecs much credit upon their I 2 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 l In extending an invitation to the trade to inspect our Spring Stocks we take great pleasure in announcing that we are prepared to offer without question the largest most complete and most desirable assortment ever shown by any retail house in this section and maintain our reputation for the best qualities at lowest prices We were forehanded enough to make large purchases before the abrupt advances thus placing us in a better position to take care of our customers than ever before We will have received during the month EIGHT CAR LOADS of stuff to say nothing about our local freight Then say we are not in better oosition to serve vou than any one else iiSmu In our unbroken stock there are many items quoted that we will be forced to advance when present stockjjis exhausted But as long as it lasts old prices shall prevail I THE LONGEST POLE PUNCHES THE PERSIMMON This is our pole and weve got patent on it our prices cut unuer n IIunuer I IFASTI W 1 S 1y Hi r i i t ap ui a What looks more attractive than a nice clean Calico Dress Wo have the handsomest styles and offer them at less than jobbers pricesSimpsons Black Prints 5c 11 Grey So Light Blue 5o American Indigo Prints 5c Fancy 5o Allens Red Garnet 6c In fact all the prints in the house will be sold at this price as long as they last and weve got a boat load If cotton goods could be produced by sunshine and rain gathered by the wind and woven by magic possibly cotton goods might be sold 0 other conditions Carpets Rugs Straw Mattings Oilcloths and Linoleums The best thing we have to offer for the price in this line is a 3G inii Japanese Matting Cotton and Fancy Stripe at IGjc Nothing j like it has ever been seen at this price The line of Fancy Chinese and Japanese Mattings are more desirable than ever They smell of the sea they are so lately over When we cant show you something new or save you some thing on your purchases we shall feel that our usefulness in the mer cantile business is ended I FURNISHING GOODSI Yes Shirts will be generally worn this season There is a mutter of satisfaction in our furnishing goods depart mont We have opened the sale of Negligee Shirts and the styles and colorings shown are the accepted beauties for the coming season andare the I You should see our Neckwear to appreciate it Wo are agents for the Cluett Coon Brand Collars and Cuffs WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENTT- his department has the greatest assortment of foreign and do fore purchasing and this should be done early as it will be an impossi bility lOc Book Fold Dimity 10124X15 20 25 and 40c Leno Stripes 10 and 12cCordedand Fancy Pique 1015 20 and 25c India Linons 61012x1520and 25o Persian Lawns 12 15 and 25c Paris will rust and machines clog up as long as ladies ready make Muslin Underwear can be sold at such prices as we are offering them Ladies Gowns I 75c 100 and 175 Ladies Underskirts 100 140 and 8176 Ladies Drawers Umbrella Pattern 750 Ladies Corset CoversGScThe-se garments are of good quality muslin nicely trimmedand are certainly very cheap at these EMBROIDIERIES- In edgings and insertings from lOc a yard to SOc VEILINGS- In Silk Black and white at 250 Dotted and Plain net veiling in assorted colors 15 to 25o There are many lines of goods which we carry but cannot mention for lack of space The facts are we cannot tell the whole truth about our goods Wo simply show the goods and h HIt they sell themselves The price tolls everybody J and everybody tells the price I Yov will wake up nights to look at it SPRING Even Snakes Shed Their Skins How about a now suit this spring 400 buys a pretty nice suit in sizes 34 to 42 and for 81000 we can fit you up as nice as any tailor Have you seen the line The pat terns and styles are prettier this waysinClose prices is the flywheel that runs the machinery of our business finishingtouchout of our store rA STORM IS COMING We Know It and Its Going to Rain Potatoes I OF If such a thing should happen some fellows would be fastened up some where so they could not get out to pick up enough to plant Wo are trying to save you from 25 to 50 cents on the bushel but you are going to fool along until they are all gone About 200 bushels are all wo have left and at 76 CTS they will not last long New FOR 1900 For tho Spring of 1900 we are en abled to show the greatest line of wash fabrics over shown outside of city stores It comprises all tho latest and newest things produced in foreign and domestic goods and you will find a great many exclusive designs not to be found elsewhere Here are some of the favorites Imported Scotch Dimity 26o Alhambra Cords 16o Dotted Swiss Mulls 10 to 25oj Marlboro 15o Corded Taffetas j Cordilao Dimity 100 Asturia Jaconet 80 Scotch Lawns 60 and many others that we havent room to mention Covert Suitings at 12340 are awful nice things for Spring In the Amoskeag Afcs and Toile du Nord patterns are cheaper at lOc than any other cotton goods This is last years price on these goods although the price today is considerably higher In white and colors are awful good this season Though white will be used more than colors The stripes piques and lace effects shown in tho white Piques this season are simply beautiful The price is 1015 and 25 cents DEPARTMENT- We are always in the front with the latest novelties BeltsFrom all indications the sale of belts this Spring will be the largest in the history of the belt business The latest things are the dog collar and pulley belts They are beauties price 25 and 50 cants CorsetsWe are agents for the celebrated Thompsons Glove I Fitting Corsets They are worth 100 both in long and short hips Also have a line of summer Corsets which are very desirable for warm weatherzSuspenders for ladies and children are being used a great deal y and are much nicer and more comfortablethan the old fashioned garters K Have them in silk and cotton webbing at 25 and 50 cents Table Oil Cloths in a nice assortment of patterns 5x4 wide at 20 cents are very cheap considering the advance on this class of goods Last but not least is Clarks thread at 3 spools for ten cents i How in the world do you do it This question is asked a hundred times a day Some say it is only an advertisement others say we are bound to bust We say that if it only takes a spool of thread to do it let her bust I I tom Everybody knows that this is below the market price We cant tell how long the stock will last but we will not advance the price until we are forced to J e BOUND TO MAKE A iSE I 1 Spring and Summer Goods Just Rrrived perfectionThe boughtbeforepricesBook Muslin350Sciss-ors pricesI ISIGNS Wash Fabrics Cloihr r25o123Satin DRESS GINGHAMS DUCKS AND PIQUES NOTION 111 DRESS TRIMMINGS Soutache Braids assorted colors in Silk and WorstedIHercules Braids all widths Applique Gimps and Narrow Set Trimmings v LADIES SHIRT W AISTSta We are showing all the latest styles and in handsome effects J Those waists are made from the choicest patterns of Sea Island P Percale and Toile du Nord Ginghams The colors are absolutely fast and the price of 75 cents is extremely llow Order one and if you are not pleased you may return it q In Ladies Underskirts we think wo have pretty near the correct e colorscfanC1eslike Silk feels like Silk and we believe is Silkck In Dress Skirts we are showing an immense line Prices from 100 to 8760 Colors Black light grey plaids and fancies with box plaits fancy fronts all cut in tho height of style E SILK DEPARTMENT This is a new feature with us But you know we never do things desirablecountrylP gQo 20 inches Japs with a full line of colors 500 24 76oAfancywaists30 inch printed Silk dot Mulls at60030 sQcOurmarketWarpsPlaidsprice from 90 cents to 150- Speaking r of Silks If the Silk Worm didnt graze on mulberry leaves and the Chinaman likethis If Jladi If1 B F BEARD CO Lii t t j HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY d n l h z Tr rv TT p y I + THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 d f V rx I r rI rt rrf t rfN I k + St t f j l i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS DERBY IND School will close heie Mouday Mr Elder who has been nick la inn proving Mlsa Mary B Bryant anti Mini Lena Baker called on Mif Jarrett Saturday tve1Ababy ht ortlnl nt the home IMraao Mu Bftnlty Bryant lon Jtulatloneilteeea and bnsi icGlnly pre the guctti of Miss Ltm Baker and ter Thursday last I Mr Austin Jarrett spent Saturday and Sunday with biB motlmr Mrs Sallh Jarrett and brother Johnnie Miss Lull Jarrett Iin expected homo Sunday from P ynnsville Ky where she has been vidtiug her sister Miss Addle Bryant entertained K number of young people at her homo on Qottage Avenue Friday night Mr and Mrs McFulI and iittlo daugb tor Lonnfe eprnt II plprMttt day with their nieces Mlmm L na and Nanuie Baker lost Sunday RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured by B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is the deep scaled obstinate cares of Catarrh and UlvumaUsm that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It wat ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B always promptly reaches the real caltt- aandrotr iki out and driven from the boner joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the Mood that canoes Rheumatism and Catauh 3 B B is the only remedy strong Dough to do this and euro so the van ever be a return of the symptoms ont give up hopu but try B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 JJsLuIt6 hot fesSl1 six bottler full treatment is at Slug stores B B K Is an honest reme dy that makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else fall Vfv Lava absolute Confidence in Botanic Blood Balm hence eo you may test It we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NEWS reader Personal medical advice tree AdJrere BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Stt The Harm In Early Plowing Many farmers urn vary impatient to start the plow in tlio aprlng AH anon as the snow disappears and they find a few cry spots in the highway tho plow Is brought out and parted flltllloll ht tog cold and wet the upturned furrow present smooth glotsy ippHarmmr nml If futur heavy freezingdoes not occur It will hake hard and firm requiring several harrow ings to put it into a proper condition for a toed bed Not only la this extra labor required but the soil at plowing Is g- ojlthat the horned at each atop sink ol jjtto the boUon of thin furrow Hull very injurious and most of teeo early were would not think of allowing Ver stock upon the fields when In this dltlon Thoactof plowlug obliterates V foot marks and they imagine no misIen the end by plowing his soil when not fc a proper condition Perhaps there Is come advantage in marking out lands in afield that is naturally wet and heavy afllhe furrows thus made act as surface dfalBa anditbt land bs nearly level the water la drawn from the surface nail to a distance of several feet upon each side and if it can be drained off at the end of furrows a postive gain will be accom plished X Z liThe Noblest Mind The best contentment hap Yet how ever noble inI mind no man or woman can have perfect contentment without physical health The blood must be kept pure and tho stomach and digestive T s in rood order The best means ills purpose In Hoods Sareaparilla jomptiy cures all blood humors and lions and tones up the system favorite cathartic is Hoods PlUs J Beauchtmp BushJ I y Jo Beaucbamp of West Tell City kiss Anna B Bueh will be married 4ih 27 at Haweavllle Mr Bean 0p Is one of Hancock county KyV ft prosperous farmers and is well j Din this city MlesBnsb is a sister jr J 0 Bush the Oaunelton dentist iweflville Plalndealor I Dr Hulli CpHfih Syrup at once If 4cblld bas creep or bronchitis Waste no + t I dlay inay be du erous Dr Bulls Cough iJp tares at onceIt It a sal and lafalllblo v 1 tdjr AUdruggl U aeltltfor 25ccnii litI Correspondent Change Base ItB Roberts our correspondent Rkes will move next weak to Lewis it He goes there to live with his irtdo wed mother but will still attend to- W terming Interests near by Wei ji ha vehI8 breezy letters now neeneq and surrounding tr la on salary of 1500 per week 1 jjcpensea the greatest agent seller jfjfrproduced every stock and poultry bays itf oa tight JIuMlera A114lfltlltbfJ ifj L m = The Oldest Veteran Ariritrtlln to a bUIlIb olaflitlavlts Just reeflVMl at tihePrreon Bureau tlitre f a vtittuMii t f the civil war celebrating this week hln 122d birthday CuiurniHiiontr Evan has had to many iiitnniphiiKiliirgi iironght to Ida notion In affidavits per tamlnu to penelonere that hn hesitates to raise an Issue of veracity with this vet eran until a special gent can make nn iiv Miration On the face thw papers op pear to Im In rfguliir simp John Mc UONVHU now llvlnx in CLAy Coiuuy FIR claims to have enlltted in the Union tinny with a number of Florida men and to have hun attached to the 17th Otm nccticn UlHcnlitjtment took place in 1803 As lIe Old not feel the weight ol increasing years until quite recently ne took no steps toward H pension But now ho is giowing old and hn desires the lulp which thin dependent pennon ret hfRlows upon the nerdy Accordlnc to the sworn Btattuicnlti which 1In fits Veteran McGo vn was born in Ireland on the 15h ofI Match 1770 two days be fore fit Patrick day Ile cams to the United States in 1804 Hit remembers- from tpcrponul observation Jacksons cam paign in Forihi In 181820 Ho also refers to vivid rccoliecttnt of the failing of tha stars which pccordiig to history took place In 1831 PersonalI knowledge ol other events is cled an corroborative evidence of Mr McGowanH claim as to age If the oH m+ n lIN tight about Ihis liSt H I1m must have ben 84 years ot11 when be enlisted in the wr The pnslcm nfll Iiale are not vet pro parod to question time accuracy ollI1Y ofI tho Kworn assrdone- St Louis Globe Democrat Aireney la Ot 17 1890 Pepiln Syrup Ci Montlc IIj IIIGzsraIh- ave uadDi Oalawilia Syrup IVpsin with marked sueccFS I unuetitatiDgly recommend it to those suffriug with Stomach Trouble or Constnation Its cnitainly H blDMsiog to humanity 3fYou are at liberty to tuna my testimonial Very R opetiuly 101 WILCOXIOV Short Hpynec A Booming Business The cornstalk bnsinnss around Fords villa is on a boom Till MaradcnOellu loss company at 0 vii nabaro Is tasking great effurta to procuo this product and had right hundred men eninoynd list week to furnish them Goud old Granny Metuaif of Ken tucky 89 years old rays that Pr Bilid PiuoTar Honey 15 the bust unp cure Cough Lung and Bronchial memo dy that IIIXH IoMn nlftired to th people during lici 1 fu Sold1 everywhere Death of Mrs Adams Mrs IaF Adam wlVnv of the late Cupti Jhu A Iatn of Lewispor died ft the Name of MM JoAdpnino JonIIf Jolly Station Thursday Mttcii 22 SI o was buriedat llawtssviliii Fiily Mis Adams leaves one dauisljii r Harriet xue fifteen and two ntep daughters M M Maggie Abnw and Mrs Frank Stein Before umrriugK MM Adams watt Mina BUiou of Olpty III and was about forty five years of AJ a at the time of her death BO YOU GET UP WITH A LADlE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the new papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of tho nine teenth century dis covered years of nent kidney and der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which ts tho worst farm of kldnel trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot is not rca ommended for everything but Ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will bo found just the remedy you need 1 it1 has tested in so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer and send yourmess Ito KllmerCoBlnghamton remedyIt after brDrblad been who how regular fifty cent and ilomaoraomp oLdollar sizes ore sold by all good druggists LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The hard Iis headed by Commoitore Sampior 16355 a IOn of King Trrnnn 15615 the createit prize winning roland Cbla hir lIbiK riteait Commodore rani son IGI duplicate of lib eke brated tire and we can truthfully uy without cattlnz soy reSrcilon on Heckcnrldjt county that we never paged to see as gnoA a l red hog or io fine an Individual within her borders we soil no how records lint we esn sell aged saws eltti bare readyor service tprlnj a d till pigs that wtllplarsoui Chtap for quality of stock Csllnanraddreaa Q A FOOTE SONI- rvlRgtOH Ky G OH CASPERKE I l NJeW lryandf Insurance Be u Policies for least money In I4f Flrr Tor Dado and Accident Icsuianca BRANDENBURG KY NEVER TOO OLD rTO0 BE CURED SSI SaSr Is a Great Blessing to Old People If Gives Them Hew Blood and Life a Ago docs not necessarily mean feebleness and ill health and I amongolderI l i aro very susceptible to CU1II but is wholly unnecessary By ing their blood pure they can fortify BO as to escape tltren fourths of thethemselesII from which they suffer so generally the remedy which will keep their systems young by purifying the blood I thoroughly removing nil wasto tCcur1UlIltlonll and Impart lag now strength and Ufo to the whole both It increases the appetite builds up the energies and scads new Ufo giving blood throughout tho entire system Mrs Sarah Pike 477 Broadway South Boston writes II I mu eoventy years old and had not enjoyed good health for was sick in different ways and in addition hadEczema terribly ou one of nay legs The doctor said that on account of my age I would never be well again I took n dozen bottle of S S S and it cured mt completely and I am happy to arty that I feel as well as I ever did in my life Mr JtV Loving of Colqultt ua says For eighteen years I suffered tortures from n fiery eruption on my skin I tried almost every known remedy but they failed ono by one and I was told that my age which Is tixtyBix was against me and that I could never hope to bo wen again I finally took S O 13 and It cleansed my blood thoroughly and now I am in perfect health S s1 S FOR THE BLOOD- s the only remedy which can build up and strengthen old people because it is tho only one which is guaranteed fran from tmtnsh mercury arsenic aud other damaging Jpriifl1i made fromi roots and herbs and has co ciicmlcnls whatever in it S S 8 cures the worst cases of Scrofula t nncer hcrema UlirumatiBm Totter Open Sores Chronic Ulcers Boils liny other disenio of the blood Books on these diseases will bo sent tree by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Oa HXHXXCKH XXXXKHXKKKHXX 5 THE BRECKENRIDGENORMAL HWMSBliRB KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 InstructorsPractical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary 1 75 per month Scientific t3 20 per month Intermediate 2 50II II Classical 320 Preparatory 3 20II I Music1 3 CiOII II Teachers 3 20 Board 1 75 to S2 25 per week For further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B President HARDINSBURG KY F R WILDERt1 M HARDIN 628 Fourth St Txmlsvlllp Ky Brandenburg Ky HARDIN WILDER DENTISTSIN IRVINGTON Every Wednesday and Thursday after the Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances uscdGood work guaranteed rThe molt centrally located and only first dais hotel In thaelty making n oo rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two block from the principal theatres Street cars rail the door to parts of the city- Everything real and clean xixiimX eople It io or aU XfXie THE FIFTH AVENUE I HOTEL I LOUISVILLE KY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ii X il u rBIGGIE BOOKS IA Farm Library of unequalled Talue Practical Uptodate Concise and Comprehensive Hand somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated By JACOB BIOOLB No 1 DIOQLB HORSE BOOK All about nosesa Common uae Treatlu with over PriceyoCentsNoAll about growing Small ruitstead and learn bOWl OrlIleadlDCwrleUeaNo 3BIQQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry I the beat Poultry Book Inexistence I tellaererything I wIth coloR ilketeproductlons of all the principal breeds with toy other tUustration Price 50 Ccut- aNo4BlOOLB cow BOOK ETeatuleeachbreedNo 6BIQQLB SWINE BOOK Just out AU about IIoeaBreedlng Feeding Butch halftonesIteBIOOLB BOOKS are unlqucorflrll1a1uaefutyou nner TheyareandSouthorChickenrlahawFARM JOURNAL fOr yearsoldInIhetvoddthei fAmerlcahaYingoTeramlllloaaadakalfreiular readers AnY ONE of the BIGGLB BooKS and the PARM YEARS remainder orLI89 1qro iyor rgoa and 1901 wW be to any address for A eILL JOURNALII Sample ofPAItM JOURNAwdcimdardesatbinp BIOOLB VIUIII ATltncSCf AedreM Ponta1 cnaaVjXKiNI I II IJIJJJ c g Vsa m- 1m l I 1 Ii LIA co11I House ReductionI Will your COAL HOUSE hold a car load of Coal J I Ii I I I ITakaj 1 i Advantage of the Reduction I The1 Baskett Coal has become the servants standby I Iwhen good lasting fires are needed It is the best and most economical Coal any family can use The Compa reduction their I i gj I 1 product in car load lotsii I i i This Wont Hold Good all the Time j 11AreII you needing Coal Write the Pittsburgh Coal ICompany at Baskett for prices i TAKE ADVANTAGEI I I I OF THE REDUCTION AT ONCE 11I Your order will have prompt attention I II I i i I 1II I Pittsburghji Coal I Com- panyQEMI 7 i A g i I I S SRErrT XY jjII 1 121 OO I1 ffil J J l i OIF1 J8E1II I SEASON I t SPRING FOR WEAR j I I i I I XlfcT I t I Dress Goods Notions I I Hats Caps Furnishing Goods t I I I I I Iand Dress Goods it OFki twt ileverI I displayed in Irvington will be shown soon at the I I II I Mammoth Store ofll JOLLY CAINIRVINGTON KY 1 p1WIRT Merchant Tailor Suitingsand Repair Work A SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman de Sons old furniture stand 01overportKy o CONTRACTOR AN- DPAINTER Estimates Furnished on all Work l PAINTING1eGuaranteed to be Strictly FirstClass For further information address JHI WILLETT 1 CLOVEBPORT Ky 6 ystt v AJJ KIRST Canneltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEEDS e 3ip I wrv 1 1l 1t 1a i R i l i e l 7 Th s w 4 THE BREGKENRIDGBI NEWS t WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 I II i I I j I i I r I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JM D A V 0 B ll gei Editors ml Proprlttr CARDS OF mUD mrlTelbei ehirgtj brat Utualr 10 eea per lilt OBITOAKIES charged ftr at Ae me Ir 6 colt ttrllie MOSEY IS ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 A WKKKLY paper in the Japanee language JIM been started at Seattle TUB oor of the Topeka Capital cleared 15000 on Slmliloni experiment le IT Goldens stomach or conecieme that causes his cudirun 8plIIs ol iudUpo slllon 1SINCB the close ol the civil war 100 000000 bnvtt tern expended in time South foriiPRro education JOHN ItueKW MJH that If women would wear block upon the breakingi out of any war pence would be declared In seven days TIlE lie patted between attorneys at Frankfort Monday In tlio Golden cross examination nnd bloody war was liar rowly averted TUESDAY thu7tli won theI tenth nun versary of iliu cyclones awe p over ia- part ol this slnte which leoultid In the great destruction of life and property In Louisville FOUMKK State Trrnsurer G W Long ot Leilclillcld la belnc urged by his KB publican ftibiidniii this Fourth Congree Blounl1 District to bfcouiua candidate for Congress to succeed David II Smith Jo O iiinru President of the Farmers tank of Vine Grove and breeder rf tine soek and poultry IIIII cotiRtmttd to furnish ui Me article ftr the Swlntt IJreidrrs A tociatlon nt Iivii jjtou lor publication in the NEWS II IL XOWLIX proprioorof the Dear born herds of high chuB ItHrklilru logs nod Dornet Sheep ut Gnllfonl Ind writes the NEws that on account of ill lIen in lilt family he DIllY be unable toI attend the Svint lronlna Asfcorititiou nt IrvlD lon next month but ha will send his nrticlu to ho rend there and 10I the NKWd to hut the gutturalI public may have tho heiirllt of Ida views on Bwlncbrvtxltag Or u bright and cburnilnir correspon dent from lUnndenbiiig Mia Hattie 11 irlnnell author of Current Topics was n glle + t nt the Saws afllcn Monday morning Her ready Hctaud charming personalty innke her a welcomeI gut at everywhere Mrs Grinnell belongs to that happy class of American matrons who grow younger as they grow older When the heart is young the face and katurrs dare not take on till lines tf1 careIN time flatl of New York tho Giangw tho laitrtet Kgticultuialoigntrzition in the world 1 113 n membership of 60000 This well inanrgtMl organization line achieved great eacceMin the line of co operative Hurts nnd social and Intellect ual features Some of Its chief weDS of benefit to the farmer have been the In surance conipanirR and trade associations it hall foctrreil thertby helping the farmer to save and invest his money to an advantage WE have one mon request to ranks of our correspondents and that Is that they will confine their letters to news ihhle We want tue coining and goings of the people till births deaths mid marriages We want ell tho happenings of interest to your neighborhood nnd outside friend lint wo have not space to pub halt any ones individual opinions on matters of state and church unless they come us separate articles ILet till news Items he separate and distinct from the comments on general subjects anti we will greet both cordially and publish nil as far as possible EPHESUS Frank Black who was in Louisville a week looking for a position has returned homeWarren Mary has decided to move to Texas where he will join tree brothers and a sister Charles Hrulugton and wife spent last Saturday and Sunday ut West View with Rev Roberts and family The tession of tho Cumberland Prrs bytcrlancliuiclunet March 10th to grant a letter of dleuiiseal and recommendation to Henry Hatned who will leave soon for Oklahoma Charley liruington and W F Mhcy had previously been elect ed dtlfRMes to tin Presbytery which convents at Owenaboro Sprit 3rd Bro Drear hs been employed OB pastor of this church for time ensuing year Dr Bulls Cough Syrup lea grand old remedy nod for many years and ttilt fa public favor It It without doubt the test medicine f r pulmonary aOVctkm It Iaj curtt All drug glitz tell it for if well Good Trade At Cuter Alt Taylor and John Cook two enter prising and hustling merchants of Ouster were fn Louisville last week buying goods They report a good basinets out look at Caster I BEWLEYVILLE Dr W A Walker was at homo part of liMt week JIou W ASlltltisat Notre engaged 1in farming JI IBS BlnncliH Jolly has Leun ill Turing thin pant weak MM D 0 Heron has recovered from her recent illneM Miss Florence Cnin was home Satur day and Sunday 1I0 Mary Board continues the guest of Mlr Lena Driry Finn weather nmUsB visions cf garden lag dance in our Meads Mr and MIP Ernest Ilemltnoii at tended church Sunda- yThuboeesinour vicinity have dis temper In an unusually severe form Roy Payne made Ids accustomed pil grimage tb Meade county Sunday even IngMrs D 0 Moorman ol Glendeane is the guest of her lather Mrf T P Hank way My nature is subJtifil to what it works in like the dyers hand Pity me then Mr ZT Stith received time nuws of the death of her father Mr Lochlner of Illinois last weep The sons of W J Stltli Wm and Alec have bought tie farm recently owned by him near our town llro Mell visited several families and attended various religious services from Thursday until Sunday afternoon The more we read the papers tho morn wo know nothing save thnt Taylor was elected Governor of Kentucky in November 39 The ladles of the Womans Missionary society held a good meeting Friday be ginning at 2 oclock By way of Instruc lion and entertainment we hall a sum mary of the different fields of work China Mexico Brazil Cora and Indian Territory We all occAcslonally go to Irvington It is quite a pleasant place to visit the folks are so nice and kind and we havo such lovely times that wo RIO con strained to say with Tiny Tim God bits ui ovary one Golden Rot Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach thu diseased portion of the ear- Then is only ono way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi Lion of the mucous lining of tho Eusta chiau Tube When this tube guts inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect nearing anil when it is entire ly closed Deafness Is time result and un less time Inflammation can be taken out lId this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will bo destroyed forever j nine cases out of ton are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but au inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars lor- an case of Deafness caused by catarrh that CiUiuot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CII BXEY dr Co Toledo 0 SSTSold by Druggists 75o balls Family Pills are the beet LYONIA John Clirlstain is quite ill Iku Wells of Roseville Ila critically tIii Hardlu Bcflluim went to Tell C y WednesdayCharlie Howard of Hawesville tMR here Sunday hut Uolings child woo line been qmlte ill is improving Amongtho whoaltemhd Mr Jam s Newtond birthday diuoea Sunday wer Mr Crag mud daugnter Llda Jlr mm Mrs Joint Christian Misses Mary jrtruths and B 8Jie Baling Evie CoiUy llIonll Yenkel Messers Walter Huff and A very Banuou It is very hard to stand idly by nud see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called eta mime store there for A doctor to come and sen his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he lelt word for him to come at once on his retry 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 he returned saj lug the doctor need not come as the child was much better The drug fMr Otto Scholz says the family Itrs since recommended Cbamberlniiii Cough Remedy to their neighbors Iud friends until he has had a constant de1 mand for itfrom that part of the country For sale by A It Fisher Clover port U A Shellman Stephensport English Sparrows To Blame LoninUEO KY March 20 Special Till residence of Mr A J Keys taught fire last Thursday morning while the family were at breakfast and but for the heroic tflbrta ol Mr Colieon of Louis vine and Mr of Glendeane who were stopping there would have been totally destroyed The fire was cans it by sparks Igniting the nests of English sparrows which had built around the chimney Thanks to the timely and efficient help little damage was done lent Nan Wanted a Correction That was n tine report you had ot the explosion putTed tho fat man who did not know thcro was an elevator In the building nnd climbed three flights of stairs to tho editors of flee a fine report I must say And sarcasm fairly rang In his tones Did you know that It was my furuaco that blew up that I stand the loss that but for mo you wouldnt havo tho item If you arc D J Jones we did I am D Jacobus Jones You didnt even spell out my middle name Youd think that my wlfo and hired girl were tho wholo thing the way you wrote It up Time girl was terribly burned and your wife was badly hurt while saving the girl Ypu dont appear to havo had any hand In tho matter Didnt hey Did you notice how slowly I sat down when I came In here Did you hear mo stifle a groan Im sore ns n felon from the crown at- m head to the solo of my foot Thats what I am Hut theres not a word about that Wcro you In tha explosion No Wish I hind been When II heard tho report I knew some one must be hurt I fell down stairs I ran five blocks for n doctor When I got home I was so exhausted that I had to retire and this morning I had to roll out of bed on a chair to get up It wasnt my fault that tho doctor was out or that an ambulance was nt tho house when I got back You can say that I showed great presence of mind and sot out and humped myself or stop my paper Good daylDetrolt Free Press They Pny the neat There Is sny a traveler a stock saying which they brave nt Queens town Ireland It Is there the steamers pick up the malls which can leave London 12 hours later than the boats do Liverpool nnd overtake them there Frequently however delays occur antI then the passengers kill time by going ashore and thu native Is always In walt to sell them shlllalahs and other things such as bog oak Jewelry canes etc which nro supposedly Indigenous to and characteristic of Ireland Some of the shlllalahs are wonder ful nnd awful to loot upon anti have no possible place la real life their only object being to take In time unwary transatlantic traveler One I saw there had n head fully six Inches In diameter with projecting knobs and roots thickly covering It It was so heavy that to lift It was au effort and to carry it any distance without using n dray a physical Impossibility It was n murderous looking weapon nod a blow tram It on tho head would have done for nay living thing even a darky from Georgia I11hy I asked In my surprise what on earth do you use this torf4 That ho rejoined Arrah thats what we pay the rlnt with Ive got It yetNcw Yor Trib une AdheilYv and Prrinr Stamps Walt until I intro IvrV 1 oft time postage stamp on this cnvek spoiled in till addressing said a man It Is not necessary to do that as Is commonly suppot od said n lawyer You may take your scissors nnd cutout the adhesive trot the Impressed stamp nnd stick It fast to your new en volopo with mueilagu nutw lthstanuhlg the adhering piece of time old envelope It does not look nice and tummy be come detached In the mall but If the Htamp Is n cnulnc unused adhesive statue It 1Is not questioned The gov ernment when It sells nil adhesive 2 cunt stamp undertakes for such consid eration to transport and deliver to des tination tho letter to which It Is alllxed The fact that It has a piece oi an envelope to which It was formerly at tached but not used or deposited for mailing does not relieve the govern ment to execute Its part of the con tract when the letter Is deposited for mailing the stamp being otherwise perfect An Impressed stamp however cut from nn envelope Is defective and In rnltd for postage purposes It Is as tonishing how tnnny of these are used come people apparently being unable or too Ignorant to discriminate between adhesive and Impressed stamps Washington Star A nnpld Observer Hero Is a etory Tltu a moral A countryman had just returned from a journey to Paris Ono of his cronies asked him what opinion be had formed of the Parisians Delightful people ho replied but frivolous changeable and altogether Incapable of forming an attachment of any duration plow long were you there asked his friend Three days Chicago News Pear Evil Spirits Evil spirits are held In great dread by the Chinese who believe them to bear special ill will to this eldest son of the family and to delight In playing unkind trick upon him To prevent this the eldest son In one family was named Sixth Little Sister the child parents evidently being under the Im pression that evil spirits could be de ceived as to tbo sex of the little one A Safe Rlik She Arc you superstitious IIeXo1I think not nut why do you ask- She11 was going to get you a pocketknife for a birthday present but some one told me this gift of anything sharp cuts friendship IIlOh Ill risk It Im sure no knife selected by a woman would cut any thing Chicago News Yerulllltjr Athletic ApplicantDo you need a strong man of a dime museumNo IIUlluagcr But Id give 75 a week for a good living skeleton Athletic ApplicantAll right I can train down to it In a month Chicago Tribune If a medal were awarded for the most perfect tem penance medicine prepared for fam fly use it would- undoubtcdly be- gien to Doctor PIerces Golden Medical Discov cry This medi cine which ia nonalpohollc produces strength instead of the simulated strength which re sults from the use of whiskey med icines or nerve numbing narcotics The many and remarkable cures resulting from the use of Golden Medical Discovery prove the soundness of Dr Pierces the hurrytheplace of disease These cures also prove rensonlngUlatstomach must be cured through the stomach The Discovery is a medi tine for time stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition When the stomach is healthy the blood made in the stomach is healthy and sufficient in quantity to nourish the nerves and strengthen the system to resist or throw off disease Nature develops life sits talus life and preserves life by nourish ment Vital failure comes when the body is starved either froth lack of food or the inability of the digestive and nu tritive organs to extract the nourishment trout the food taken into the stomach II Golden Medical Discovery takes the obstacles front Natures way so that she can sustain life by her own methods Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets assist the action of Golden Medical Discovery A Lost Ad Ben Inprlnt Say my wife Mrs Ben Inprlnt and two children Lucy and John are away on a visit to her Undo Ebeuczere down at Cedar Valley I join them over Sunday New Reporter producing notebook Give me the names of the children again please Ben Inprlnt Goodness Ye aint go ta to pat it In yer paper are crew Reporter I Intended to but of course If youd rather Ill not mention It Good day lien Inprlnt Why didnt 1 keep my blame mouth shut That feller must be new Ohio State Journa- lBATTLETOWN Ucn Dally is going south thin week on Smiths limo boat The Infant daughter of Mr and Mrp Wi Bennett It quite ill fiiMf EvaUriA pVnnotr who has been Bprlonsly II iis aetna bttiir- Jiw llenmtt Want to Titus Ind on- IIIIhltifil one dfy last week t k ttwdrriMl Wm Bennett weref I ii ijolsville on Imdnws last week Albert Smith Proc Itennutt and Will Llvlnp toiiH jiltprded church at Paynts vili1 Sunday MtNiIhbie Bfilo Haynes of Paynes ville pent lust week with her sisters near this place Will Livingston accidentally stuck a knife in hiD leg last week inflicting a serious wound Mrr Annio lIaVllts end sister Vise Ibbip of Payensvillf visited Mrs Clams Bennett Wednesday Mrs MO Thompson of Schooner Point hid who has been hero for eev eral days linn returned home Frank Gteer and Wm Blake were in Pa nesvillo Saturday aud called on Rev J B haynts and family Mr Ed Unity H prominent machinist hits been in this section a few days repairing mnchinre organs clocks etc Mie Gtoige TLompton living near Cedar Flat died last Tuesday Her re mama were interred in Qreera burying ground near this place The peach crop will be very light again this year in fact ell the budded fruit in title section is killed but I hear of some few points where there are a few left Just so there are enough to keep us from forgetting about them perhaps by chance we may have a crop in the next century A fine prospect for apple crop is predicted and every man having an orchard should be ready to spray his trees this spring on account of this insects being so bad of late years Well Preston you are right when you consider the Messenger your vantage ground in coping with a Republican You invited me to come over to too Measenger if I wanted to fight Well my motto IP Never fight until you have to but as you will not battle with me on my ground namelythe NEWS whciaalilee have lair playIfnexpress lug Ihelr opinions I positively will not follow you up to your City of Refuge ie rtiie Messenger My assertion which caused tbJs fight M you term It Btlll stands No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they MO BO ailltcted TABLERS BUCKEYE L7C ifrMENr ill a quick ealana painless cure Price 50 cents in bottler Tubes 75 cents New Post Off Ice A now postoffice Varztnt has been established on the branch near Rock Vale Too many people lose valuable time in experimenting with cough and cold cures They should take Foley Honey and Tar before it Iit too late Moorman Owen e Shoes Shoes Shoes e We have hundreds off pairs leftl and offer for this week ariyA pair Ladies Shoes in the house in the sizes J A 12 Q 3 31at 100 Per Pair TUZlsTSS OIF IT t iet350 Shoes go for 100 u 300 Shoes go for SIOO a 250 Shoes go for 100 i 200 Shoes go for lI00 n e All the toes and lasts represented this slaughter sale Ii VIE3ST VEST VESTII o o oo mmmmmm o 1vtTvtlvilSdvtTvLrSlvLlvtlvCt mmmmmmmm M Hamman Son DEJALEeS IN Furniture Sewing Machines Refrigerators Bicycles and Repairs Cameras and Supplies Bedroom 77 81850 to 8500 Bicycles 2000 to 7500 Machines 1700 to 84000 A Tandem Cycle for rent by day or hour Refrigerators 780 to S1525 Cameras from 400 and up Chairs 3300 to 900 per set Plates Developer Toning Powders Rockers 90o to 1000 each Printing Papers and Frames Goebel Memorial Pictures 10 Gents A Comparison of Prices is all We Ask H At IIA AMA N SON OLOrvEJ POET ZENrOOCY o ee i INGLESIDE FARM I i I I IBENI s i HIlL I 1 r I a FEEI REDUOED f He was sired by Royal Denmark dam Shelby Girl by Shelby Chief he hy Alexanders Abdalla he by W EclipsebyAmeri LenCashmansI FRIDAY yAMARESAND SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK every I f I AMOUNT OF SEASON FOR BEST COLT Accidents at Owners Risk Money Due when Mare Traded Old I WHAT t A FEW SAY ABOUT BEN HUR t Joe Bland the best horse trainer south of the Ohio So1ysICHeis the best natured sad Bestdisposed ji DESCRIPTIONBlack z6j hands high good length large bone and feet I io t Seeing is believing Inspect Ben Hur before breeding elsewhere E FRANK CARTER Irvington Ky Ii J r 1 f tr I itIi 0 r r I 1 t t f i J AaA-A- al 4 Aai j 1 I t FI r t twY riII f f ti II ig W i irtI Sot iJt V 11 tJ o q S P i t i 9- FF 0- L t t w L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 S 0 l ia fI f iiff1 it 10 4 LI ItiirJ 10fi i 7 c fJ r rti1It II f1J flI rrF- e fl It if A l 1fy 1 tY i i i avter 4 + 1 9 + urn + r- r I f j f tr 6t it jfire 1 5 t t T + ea I Y vlr 6 Ri I 1 I Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures SICK HEADACHEs- ourstomach malaria indiges tuntorpidliver constipation and all bilious diseases TUTTS Liver PILLS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1000 P PPPP i The News in Brief g 3 4444 4444 44444 4444 Rugs mattings at Sulzars Buy your window shades at Sahara Prayer meetings as usual this week A beautiful line of lace curtains at Sul sets J B Bigg of Union Star was in town MondayMies Lucy McGavock was in town MondayVest shoes at leas than 1 price this week Nice line of children and misses dresses a SulrsrsSlisa 1sunchanged1 Morris Eskrldge of Hardineburg was in town Thursday Mire Jennie Green was in Haidlna burg Thursday I J R Laslie of Hardineburz was in town Saturday Rev Jno M Crowe went to Owens boro Tuesday- A nlca line of mens shirts at Vests slaughter prices A nice line of monarch shirts at Vests slaughter prices Engines 18 and 3 are in tho shops un dergoing repairs Sam Kennedy has moved from Irving- ton to McDanlels Alvin J Pate and wife county weie i in town Saturday Miss Mabel Sterett has returned to her t homo at Skillman Ilaweaviforono night last week Mr Btiniev Roberts of Dukes was m Hawesvlllo last week Buy a pound of home made candy at Babbagoe for 40 cents b Mrs Josephine Jolly of Jolly Station fcia visiting in Lowlsport 1 James Sliillman is attending court at Hardinsburg this week Misses Delia Bait and Carrie Graham spent Sunday at Cannulton Willie ItoberUon of Glendeane was I In town one day last week Harness mender an useful article lor- a teamster for eale at Sulzere The W 0 T U1 will meet at tho Bap list church Wednesday nlghf Miss Catrio Graham of Louisville Is i visiting relativesl and friends here Jessa Graham of Henderson wag hero rt88veral days last week on business Tho Str Hudson out of Cincinnati passed down Monday for Memphis The work of grading the street in front t I of Pacss tobacco factory is in progress Yost I Vest I Vest I Every body goes to Vests because they eave you one hall A M Tato has changed his post office from Livingston to Lebanon Junction Ky Mrs Hattie B Grinnell of Brander tyurg was the guest of friends hero Sunday Miss Dora Berry attehded the funeral of her uncle Mart Penner Henderson Itt week L are fresh homo made candies twice afweet at Bibbages Wednesdays and Saturdays i Miaa Edna Moorman returned Sunday 7 from a visit at Hardlnsburg and Brandenburg r jjYr John Shouse Cloverports conlrac ij ter hoe received a carload of brick from HendersonMr Hawes of Yelvineton was theg guest of his eisterinlaw Mrs WH IV Bowmer Mondvy ii Rev T V Joiner will hold his usual r monthly services at Holt chapel Sunday wornlng April let JV1 iT Hisses Nellie Gregorya d Bille Bi nee Boyd went to Haweayllle Monday ie laming that evening Mrs Viola Jackson left Monday for Hardlnaburg and Falls of Rough whole V khe will visit friends r D M Duncan of the Meade county MMBgM spent Sunday with his parents r sad MM H V Duncan MiM Laura Martin who has been Mondayfor IJfauleytkDdPiwtey atHikqaa Saaiy 1i Eth i Gori trjMlHi1i9l dj n reached the City Monday to be the guest of her aunt Mrs J J Dyer Mrs Mollip Hambleton has returned from an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Jeff Hatnbelton at Henderson Rev Drlakel pastor of the Christian church will held a protracted meeting at this place beginning the second Sundav inAprilThe Reading Club will be en tertained Thursday afternoon by Mm Mollie Hambleton assisted by Miss Marta Watkins Miss Addle Louise Babbag will sell her fresh homo made candles by the pound or in smaller quantities For sale at Babbagee Shoes Easy shoes for tender feet Good shoesthat wear well Soft shoes for hard service They fit and that makes walking easyVest- MrandMre UG Hill and sister Miss Maggie Penner who attended the funeral of their father Mr Mart Penner at Hen derson last week haye returned home The Louisville and Evansville Packet Line Company have transfered the sell ing of prssenger tickets from the boat to their respective agents along the route Jas H Jackson of Hawesvillo has taken hold of tho grip and is the big gobt commercial traveler in Southern Kentucky He is representing an Owenaboro house A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately make on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kid neys His back got BO lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he tried elec iris Bitters which effected such a won derful change that ho writes ho feels like a now man This marvelous medicine purlI Only 60c at Short and Haynes drugstore A Ponular Visitor Gone Miss Jehnb Green who has bean hit guest of Mr and Mrs George Short for two weeks returned to her home Rt Fats of Rough Monday Miss Green la out of our most attractive and popular visitors and her leaving in regretted by many friends and admirerp Lingering La Grippe Cough G Vacher 157 Ojgood St Chicago says My wife had a very severe cue of la grippe and it left her with a very bad cough She tried a bottle of Fdleya Honey and Tar and it gave immediate reUtlA i50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Price 25c and 60c Moorman Owen Buys Registered Cattle Mr J M Herndon a farmer residing a few miles tram Irvington has recently returned from Eminence Mr Herndon was at the above place for several days and while there pur chased of W H Curtis n registered Herrford bull sired by Beam D naldd This bull captured the treat prize over all others at Kansas City in 1809 Mr Herndon has the honor of bringing Into this state the fist Herrford OiIDger SignalSI Do you take cold with every change In the weather Does your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your chestDont you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption itself If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Hays I the vitality to throw off these diseases r Dont watt to try SCOTTS 3 EMULSION t1 a last re sort There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system Prevention Is easy iiScotts I Emulsionprev- ents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood- SCOTTS i EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for 4 Inflamed throats and lungs ttforcolds bronchitis and con sumption It toa food nwdi 4 cine of remarkable power A food because It nourishes the body and a medicine be cause It corrects diseased conditions roe ndlooslldniUt COTT A BOWNE Chtmbti Nw York 4 7 it MRS BREWER RECOMMENDS PERUNA FOR GRIP AND FEMALE CATARRH I The Homo of Mrs LIzzIo M Brewer at Westerly R I In a letter to Dr Hartman concerning the merits of Pcruno Mrc Brewer writes among other things WESTERLY R I Dear Dr Ilnrtman I find Pcruna a sure euro for all catarrhal affections so common In this part of the country It oucs a cold at once Thero is no cough medicine that can at all equal 1cruub As for la grippe thcro is no other remedy that can at all compare with Io runaI among the sick a great deal hi our city nod havo supplied many In valids with Ioruna simply because I am enthusiastic in my faith as to its re sults I havo never known it to fall to quickly and permanently remove that demoralized state of tho human system watch follows ic grippe In ail caws of extreme weakness 1 use Pornna with perfect confidence of a rood rcauic In cases of weakness peculiar 10 my BOX I am sure that no Resolutions Adopted By Cloverport Lodge No 133 F A fl- At a Stated meeting of Cloverport Lodge o133 F A M held in their lodgM in Cloverport Ky Mar 2t 1000 the following reaolutiono were adopted Whereas our Supreme Grand Master has called from labor to refreshment our beloved brother Jam 8 G Stephens who died at his home near Addison Ky Mar 10 1000 in the seventy first year of his age and on the following day was burled with Masonic honors in the Stephens Graveyard near Addison Ky Therefore Resolved First That in his death Masonry has lost a valuable friend and the community at large n worthy example of benevolence and charity Resolved Second That wo extendour deepest sympathy to the bereft companion and children of our departed brother and pray that Goo may snstan und com fort thtm in their tin o of tflliction and sorrowReaolvedThird That three resolutions be spread upon the records of the Lodge and that a copy of the same be presented to the widow and children of our deceas ed brother and a copy be sent to the BRKCKENRIDQI NEWS and Masonic Home Journalffdr publicationA W H Bowmer F N DeHuy Committee August Flower lilt is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the weld for the last ten yearn I have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomacb and for constipation I find for tourists and raletmtn or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from Irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the system by frequent use and is ex cellent for sour stomachs and indiges tion Sample bottles free at A R Fiihern Sold by dealers in all civilizedcoun tries Cloverpcrt Young Girls Must Primp More Whllea reporter for the NEWS was standing all alone at the depot the other morning a remark of this nature was overheard coming from a masculine critic I must confers the young men of this city surpass the young ladles by 100 per centlin looks Whether this young man was really in earnest or merely jes ting is another thing but he is recog nized as afman potsesied of excellent taste and has an eye for tie beautiful 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 lara doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough remedy never falls to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit andworsbD S Mearkle general merchant and farmer Mftttip Bedford county Pa For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man StepheneportLandLDeal Chas A Mattingly and Oscar Pate have pnrchoBed tho farm of the late Peter Dhonan consisting of 385 acres Consideration 3000 The purchasers im mediately transferred the timber right to The Dean Tie Company for 1000 Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt88YS Our baby was covered wlth running sores DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and akin diseases Beware of worthless counter feitaA R Fisher I L other remedy can approach in good re suits tho action 9f Pcruna It meets all tho bad symptoms to which females are subject Tho irregularities and ner vousness tho debility and miseries which aflllct moro or less tho women from girlhood to change of life aro one Iud all mot nnd overcome by this ox cellent remedy I wish overy young lady in our city could read your book Mrs Lizzie M Brewer Ioruna will euro tho worst cases of catarrh La grippe ia acute epidemic catarrh for which Poruna is a I eI clue Mrs J W Reynolds Now labonI Ohio suffered for many years with chronic catarrh of also lungs head and throat continuous cough many physi clans failed to cure Permanently cured by Ioruna Thousands testimonials could bo produced A valuable treatise on catarrh sent frco by Tho Pornnn Medicine Company Columbus O DEAD BODY FOUND Great excitement was caucid nt De- rby1nd one tiny lasti work by tile finding off sdead body finnlicjf n the river Mr Phil Allen Hist discovered the body which was identlfiril ps that of Mr Louis Suddftrth who drowned himself a short lime ago Whats Your Face Worth Somellmtsa fortune but never If you Imvo n sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin all signs oJLiverTrouble But Dr Kings New Life Pilla Rives Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at Shortt Haynes drug store Has Returned Home Miss Bessie Jarbon one of Cloverports pn ttiest nnd most attractive young ladies returned Thursday from a three months visit lo htr uncle Mr Frank Sterett at Charleston Mo 1000000 DEATHS From Cholera During the Past Year The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurking Everywhere 1 Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry business on ac count of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal diseases Thern have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be bo successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chick ens in the last stage of cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diarrhoeadrop ping of the wirga stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera is a germ dlserse and being infectious spreads rapidly through tho entlro flock Take time by the fore lock dont atop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary meas ures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures It every time It Is eleo guaranteed for coup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is offered for a iy case the Mixture will not cure It come of your fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from patching it Try it It is cheap relia ble and effective a scientific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the moat experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parlflof the world Tho manu facturers guarantee every package or re fund purchase money If your druggist doesnt sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case send 100 for sample box to American Mfg Co Terre Haute lad- Invitations Are Out Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Flora Evelyn Ross to Mr Alexander fi Duncan both of Lou lavlllo to take place Wednesday eyen Ingat nine oclock at the Fourth Ave Methodist churcbMr Roes was former ly from this county Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelyharmless the kidneys liver and bowels cures con stipatiotr biliqu5tJess sick headachee thebloodren as well as adults tj Hens Are Busy John Richardson of High Plains de livered to Taylor and Cook at Custer last week 112 dozen eggs at 10 cents Dissolution of Copartnership The firm of Heston Willis Co has this day March 13tb 1000 been dIs- solved by mutual consent 11 0 Willis retiring from the firm All debts of the firm are assumed by the remaining partners and all notes and accounts due the the firm are made payable to them H A Oelze and Ino A Heston will continue the business at the same place under the firm name of Oelze Heston R 0 WILLIS H A OILZE J A HE- STOgLWANTS 1 js Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion NOTICE TO CREDITORS JOTICEAII persona having claims against i the eltato of Mary B Smut deceaied are properlybefore ch teooIFOR SALE WOIUt HOUSES SALE Work horses and mules that I will FOR1 at a bargain on a credit Of twelve months note with goof security VIC RCHKRTSON Glendeane o c FOR SALERESIDENCE Itof SALE llesiJcnce of It N Miller house J of eight rooms Is In excellent repair the lot 10JUUNPIIASn FOR SALEMULES SALE Two work mules me five end one Foltyears old this coring Apply to PATRICK cr JOSEPH TIED K HardinsburK FOR SALEMILCH COW I SALEOne mach crow Durham stock 4 years old IFor further Inlormatlcn apply to AIIKN SATTEIllIELD Ky VAXTEDPARM IIAXDS ITANTED Good term hand Will hire or VT rent lands on the shares Teams and tools fiirnbhed God lend Apply In HOOK MIL LER CO Hardinsbure Kr rout SALEFAKU 1lylfordsville branch of the L 11 V St U R ti be wren Jollys Station and Glendeane For further Information call on or address JAS S 11ARNES llardlnsbunr Ky JOlt SALECAHLE 17011 SAIK TMrtytwo head of fat cattle good f grade Average nco pounds HEN lOIN UEXrEII Lewisport Ky STRAWI1ERRV PLATS SALE Slriwberry Plano New Seed FOil just out Fne Silver and Winchel No 3 Write lor price Hit Ridge Plant Farm UBO W WINCIIKI Proprietor Toblniport Ind LEGAL LAXK- SFOil SAIKBlank Deeds and Mortgages and Ion of Leral Illanks IlltECKEN UIDGE NEWS OFFICE TUITION SALE Certificate in llryant Stratton JOIl College Louisville Kv Apply to NEWS OFFICE NOTICE i IL PERSONS having claims agalnn the ea 11 tats of JOliN SLATON deceased are here by notified to produce thom belore me properly proven at Rosetta Ky SIRS JENNIE SLATON Adminiitratrlf NOTICE TO CREDITORS PERSONS loving claims BRsimt the es ALL of RACHEL CLEMMONS deceased are hereby notified to product them before me at my office In Hardinsbarg Ky properly proven on or before the first day of May son V G IIAHBAGE Administrator NOTICE TO CREDITORS isAhereby notified to produce them before me at my office in Hardlniburf Ky properly proven on or before the first day of Slay icon V G 11A11IIAGE Administra- torNOTICESTRAY rpAKEN UP II astray by nee Rates using near JL Clover Creek Church on Owenibnro road In GreckenriilRe county on the uih of February 1500 one sorrel mare aged about ilx yean hay log imill white lpolln forehead and lifleen handi high but having no other mark or brand which I appraised at the value of otfjn Witness yooCA copy Attest OWEN CUNNINGHAMClerk CCny CLINT P lOOK D C IEXCELLENCEwill pleasing point of o- urMliiineryi i OpeningMonday 2 I1000 Great care has been taken in the selection of one of the p and largest ttiestii iMillineryi ever shown in- Stepbensport Entire new stock with LOW PRICESA- n i lariiillon U extended to all Mrs Ella Wellingtont a Stephcniport Ky I s eest ww1C 0 Springtide a Is Beaming Upon Us And as the season approaches it is our endeavor to please the public inrthe most artistic arrayof goods in all departmentsPrettier in all branches Entire new stock Before making your selection it will be worth your time to give Clover ports Mammoth Store your special attention SULZERSPHONE 5 RING 2I Get Ready for Spring I do he do Harness Collars Chains S Back Bands I Plow Ilines Bridles Saddles SCome in and let us fit you up for Spring for Spring cleaning we keep and Ready Mixed Roofing We are showing complete line of HARDWAREin MAOHINESyou one of our Automatic Sewing Machines They are the housewifes delight to our see one of operate youll one McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY Couldnt gnttlnir a cold never cures it but carrying home a of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP and using it as directed will cure the worst kind of or cold Price 25 and 50 cents = KadalDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat nrtmclally digests tine food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or sthelatestdiscovereddigest- ant and No preparation can approach It In efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SlckBcadacheGastralglnOrnmps and all results of Imperfect digestion Prico Me and at Largo lite ZK times KnolUIzo Bookallaboutdyspepelamaned true Prepared by C DoWITT A CO Chicago For sate by A P Fisher Gompoit A horse is like a IBueati man He cant good work unless has something to it Har ness him right and hell pull right and plow i right We keep Hames Trace and S work And Paints Oils Paints and Floor Paint a Have ever used Make a visit store and them Then want help bottle cough tonic other other contains E with His Family Numbers SeventyNine Richard Long of Pellvllle died Friday morning at two oclock He was 80 years old the oldest man in the neigh borhood HIs family numbers five chil dren fortylour grand children and this ty grpRt grand children CO YE RS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS OPYRIOHTS clcAnyorte senator a etewn may- putctliascertain par opinionI arc Communes g ether an tloni BtrlctlreonndenuaL Ilandbook OB llteatl lecurlllllJI8tenulaentlipttial nodes without chars In the Scientific Eriierican A handaomelr tllnitrated wetklr jreeit Hr culatlon or any telenuno oornltTerml H a IBM t our months eI F IU NI Co3B1 B I NeW York Bran 8to WbnJltOD I IBlank books of all Hack at Babbagefc iIar fcl pBafc Z i BMBff SJ s L rIr uI r t L r frirv S g14 11tr a i f 4 I gTHEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 I I r tp I I J 1 1f I a a a t 21a d j1In p e tJ 4It ItCt Ctii UIbl 01UI ttl tltt ttac iiPt bleu tit tip to ouwi wipe peto toIrI IrIlis lisml coIte Iteco cowi wia9 I we ho TeBn ancc Snti I byta to r- lort W td Con Dre this i DI- remel layS pulmcbt gistipriaV were good look I I I i jpQLIss THE WOMEN v J W Lewis of Irvington J Commends Exhorts and 2 Enes The Fair Sex Lt flee DIESIN ALL I jl GOOD WORKS j i JiiffII od hlexmmr Christian women What 1tIIuhfJ giLtelista world of sin atid sinowlI I live our ladles and one reason wbyII hffltMH in Himself has and IB shaking till very foundations ofsatnn in altaliw svorl III urder that the down trmMfii oppr jfiljgud enUved women i o eauli niMy kw his love and be 1tT1UIt lie AHtiinl lo know their love + wttlson fan lie showed his love for 1anilxaw hrs In return It was rl Iigriat heart nff impassion for woman 1 l troufNIal rru etJ him tosay ii weep r tll ac r 1II11111Ither And the Gospel that cOst hi PfCil1S blood on the crops ljtlll aiptipret to the women MflqlI mVth4rfsitieeartlitlntI1 in Him their all iu all DIM li arestly honored man We 1 1lieBit rV if hut hp IIHS done for him HI- Jlc 4 M tvi to him Ills best gift Yoi know there in H saying Always take the bust and you will have the best all lt11mj Mi tat man Hisdear Son to btOii brother with one commonin j hieitattcltl was His best He gave I iiinn a God I vine God serving Christian trpt r i vriin hIts bentt He gave man aoIl craHI ejrlftian wife to walk by 7 11 utilc r ortilt trials sorrow and Jositwaa HisbeH He man Hi- sS n to wAlk lIy MiM side on manenter1 ItInSLi tjt4Jr life eonqiirrlni for lhnnjJJjI A jHJ ht He paw man in trnubipiBirnTOrlii having forsaken Illrd HrBv hm mother at the front ItrVjthHlJr thed arms of compaq 11pity anIIIt was His best I knowtjjiff a mnw a friend andaBro fritho ihIr Rjvlio when young man was deceiydyiryBlronK drink While at a litl t duj i ti lk tooinuch and went dbrnedniik 1111 mother saw him com 1IIrlngia dt net htuttt the door took him inllir urniH ttil1 1 Oh my p jor boy I lAv 100ilfol MiKl save iny child Now Piith1tp4 tlio only one tliat w t uitliMilL Iiav A hatt eo T say egsln- I Ifxl lilfp nOljan women and IHI Hifth bippa j 010 say to that with iiJt it is out ot this fold of 311I1jttJIf it tfegitt our mother ii i Aives JJTSUB needed wLlM fflit Mfkhijiifj what we need now w muiiV loV 11 sympathy How ln2 UKis lit iiiut1 VuVi been lo get through wIth Ih IIt1htytt Jerualpm In tjnjIfs aid itttt nut on that thHI iiiouiitHirrirtiJ I 1 UIH liouiti of II Miry Miid II MnitliH How eootliitiK and cm frtinntlirttliU8tiiU9t have heen to him alter a ilityh IHI work for His Fathers kiiiwloin ntiii ihtl silvat on of eoula utJidu bo beiaiu if tliopresencH ofthosu two VII H ifiv What a beautiful Ipjcture Muy1 at lila ftt Ma- rtat pr pariiijftjr the absolute needs of tilt lidv JKIIH cUild not have very well done without either one of those Ilively chame m Ho needed both The home without he spirit of Mary Is a failure aUlII rsy the came for Mar- tIf JiapnyJif tIe man that finds in hIts lIfecartuet epough of Mary anti iit too IIJu 111111ttba Mother sister tto weaB hI yiu thoie two brautlful characters combilied forciveui when wi way have found fault because flit ousrht WI Haw too much of one and net enough of IAJM oilier for we must acIknowlfdtp that under different sur rduudinx Mt yinlgbt have been ware J 1 1 8rtiI V I lqlfrtblI more like Mary JfBUs foiiiui in Uiu lovely home just vhat IIH ueednl ai man and what the World neeiUnq And we say ngin qd hleesjur D 1olor they Are still giving Ill those boUl Elevating OhristU deemed homes on this earth of sin and Borrow yea earth has ao sorrow that UIotjalininel cannot lessen If not hlrBK Womaiil 1s there any thing that hasforllsfiliJVclgKiJ that she cannot dofi And I answer there Is not Is the jrprld in nerd of great preachers of tho goeppl Yes Ilodshe has what she needs injiur christian women Notm the pul pjtrrl doI lint mean that hut in her beautiful chtlatian character I remember 4 of talking to my dear mother at one time 1aqOI1UblU rJJUJH mlntatry and in i thiitkithat slit bad been such a help t andlfetrengh and she said I always t ba icilt o weSt and that I have done B IH t1 ework of the Lord and my enawer waf this Mother the most powerul eenion I ever heard w- asjfmityoiti 1iavo been preaching th veeerIIDce I knew you Ire njarkedtQafriondofmlne at one time thapmjr Bnlyatlop was brouKbt about by niy mother being at one end of the string ot provldencei aad Jeaua at the other Whatat tllity power for good are 1 our Christian woolen I We have one 0ci WInouobarcb at Irvlngtonthe- dfr 4id44 what a helpand co- nfoittt7iiYU been and are now to the J t WlfcSHwchtad icone down in mBB ctottey oran1zed and went irw9 e9 1fheT1ga the slOsdtlit lXI rot I battle err took the ledthe men followed of courseand now wo have a beautiful ma antl a lin church Now iIdint mean to say thut only meruitrll of the Ladles Aid helped in this g od work for we recognize and appreciate tho good work done by othrs alto Mothers wives slaterp God is to lay calling for you as he one did for Mary and llmcall la for ou to marcn with him against your busbandV your boys yoor danghiHra wonIdbshyeri Mary hoard that tail over 1800 ym rlShe gives us on this occasion a brHtilful example one which our Mara anti Mirtlias have ben liiiltatltiB inor or less ever since to the lory of God Thf MastriaconiB Hiidcalleth for titer You need Him Mary and you chiP i1ihim Yew bless Ills Holy iimn hii tU here now unit calling for our women of iodtr not to take niitnii jUce hut tier own We alt are of om fHtnllr bojM noil Kirl The b ya hard a ve v IinpoiUn work to do ant place to ft I IJ Is tin plain of the izirls less important Anti I uiawer byenylnz it is eqtuily M important II not more co Let tthe women taki their proper place iu the worlds HvanRlzitidii and the battle Is almost won All that is necessary iii for both pirties Unit it takes to make the complete family to make one unanimous forward movement and the victory is ours God is blessing and will bless the lOW OT U organization Ill faithful women Tim women of the bible give ui some of the most beautiful and powerful examples toe world has ever knowr If I were requested to point out in the bible the best example of BHlfdenyin liberality I would point you to a W nan of whom Christ salll811 lies cnat In more than them all For till best PX ample of loving fervice I woul1 point you to a woman of whom Christ saId She hath done what shi noiilil For the best example of conqiifrinc prsver I would point you to n woman of whom ChiriataaidO woman get i a tliy fallli IUsed Millions Domes Accept substitute COFFEE Sent by express charcres pre I 170nona 2cent stamp PURITY AND w m- tijn DressPin I UIlion largerthan Suitable ashBeltand Stalled free loriS beads cut grain tampLalestbelting stylish Imitation I oxidized fashionable silver buckle strong and Silver NapkinRing w IS heads a 2cent stamp Neat and substantial durable metal heavily silver plated dlOerent patterns 1linenlokeledframesnapfastening Ladles PenKnife t fromUonzctamteriali handles nicely decorated and assorted hu it unto you evun as thou wllfif The Son of Uo 1 made barn Ills mighty arm to lIVe a child for R mtbttr Moth er where are your boys tnnchf 1 Boyinh t think yof your IIbsr moth pr and tier bemillfnl life for you and this MaBtnr Would not b4 wiamo love aiid- reepct tier dnsir e and iflheH forjou liil you have opportunity 1 Woman occupied R very important pUre in the blblIIDd In the life of C ire Sho gave birth In the worlds oily hip cared fir Him through life lallllIt lat liftll lir tear blinded ry s upon calvarys hill and taw Him rtlf only a mother can tjlio in In tlii world today for till pame pnrpo caring for usand she see some of us Shell we notlift for her iimny of lifes IniduiiB as possible thereby cleHting Mm way anti encouraging her ttisd vancH end re pond tothe call of the- MtPt r1 Woman a God given blessIng Sjnif we hear of men primbine or talking to men only and seem to be proud of it but the experience of the past has taught me tiitt there is also pleasure and profit In talking to women wild Borne times one only I aa one man want do whitt I can to cleir the way for our women to glorify God and I ask fur their prayer and sympathy In order that I may do die same Men- the greatest aflllctlnn tlint over entered the sacred till one of mother strong drink What iaour uuty it the ballot box 1 God bless our women I What a power lor giod to IOU they alt walking With Ihrl AlMker I J T1 LEWIS Irving on K He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Itonick Hamilton of West J fleraon 0 after suffering 18 woulbe from Rectal Fistula he would unless a costly operation was per foruifd but be cured himeelf with five boxes Itiickleiin Arnica Salve the aur st Pile on Enlli and thrt lest Salve in iIfiii world 25 et pits a box Sold by Short Hat lie Dru gUto I I in of II- no I I front ofilb LION pkgs Silk Umbrella either Lady s or Gents round frame seven number the Set cent stamp Three posed line rolled with handsome rubycolored set tings for waistpIos cuipln- neckplns or as a child a Kt Buckle r tram ribbon I Made of Two must die lm8 din cure CoinPurse IS heads and- S 2cent stamp Color 1 L colors It as as to ia of III Knickerbocker Watch I Given for I7S lion heads and a 2cent appearlug timekeeper Solid nickelsilver case with ornamental tack Nickel movements escapement fully jeweled The famou- slCnickerbocker watch Ladies Watch Chain- A doable strand of best cord united at Intervals with colored beads neat substantial IS lion head and a 2cent stamp Large size and latest shape Jilack seal grain leather aratodlvIJlonatncludlnlf a tuckpocket with Slap hold visiting cards secure Given for 25 lion head from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp Gents Watch ltulisdfreforQO lion heads a zccnttampTheInger soil watch stem wound and stem seti durable nickel plated cue t each watch led by guarantee of the maker reliable timekeeper Ladies PocketBook I Table I DoraN dark colored materialthat stand ItJ Inches square MaUedfree I ONlIV FEW UOrt COFFEE scaled front is mans destiny MOTHERHOOD denied the happiness children some derangement generative organs Actual barrenness fs Among the many triumphs LydiaE Pinkhams Vegetable SORROWSOF STERILITY beautiful remedies the cases This medicine well regu late every function gans that vouched for women MRS ED WOLFORO Lone Tree Iowa writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM Before taking Lydia I had child lived The doctor said did have the proper I was carrvint I did not feel well during preg time I again and I write you for advice Words the I feel towards you the that your was during time felt like a person did my rjthe last and was sick only abort time baby welirhed pounds a fins boythej- oy our home He now six weeks old and weighs sixteen Your medicine thinly a boon MRS FLORA COOPER Doyle Dak writes I DEAR MRS PINKHAM Ever since my last child I i suffered with the womb pains back left side abdomen and groins My lead the time I not walk across the floor withoutsufferingintense pain getting worse until two years ago I wrote you for advice and began taking Lay of with lace I the hem I I Lion vale for more p TUB ease I know i a a I His pun UON the of the of is ot of is so to of or its is of of If E one it it at all to to me up to i of is is car In of S of A in K all T5 to I had not first before I felt better I took four bottles and have been and ever and now have two the little 100 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I I lION COFFEEI phisI IIII Twoextradne hemstitched and stamp very with rite steel rod and one end on this cost at the other end gout lion neat For lion and For lion silk and For to and A are In I I hand lm me tions in ners and A theie chiefs for 18 lion iro a 3C I Picture Book Century K8 pages of able vs on labor of the dining and tle COlD mon lIonheadsand A OP COFFEB The gdtiLfpremisass You by tire Mb e with the bead In absolutely II the pwdcapi to unbroken COFFEE Ii Uu day It w natural rare overcoming supposed barrenness great calculated the generative efficiency by multitudes Pinkhama Vegetable Compound which six not nourishment nancy conceived thought would cannot express gratitude for medicine new Mv nHei pounds pregnancy inflammation ached Dontmlsaltl through Lydia E Pinkhams vegeiame Compound finished the bottle strong perfectly healthy of nicest cor roomlaundryslci Best for the Money LION COFFEE use pureCoffee n1ForI and lionbeadII i8lion heads rhee rings rolledROld the exact thickpapersothat theendswill drawn tightly second 9Clnch silver 4 Congo handle Would ZOO the Cover Pair Handkerchiefs cambric ported dallion Inser stylish patrol hndker given needs cut CODe and Children5 IDI cooking celpU treatls the tamp TIm ARB UON wrapper packs llona routed leaves tactorr this since girls kerchiefs HalfInch machine durable offend always Try you never I having patterns popular I diagram accompan washing Lace stamp kitchen diseases ABOVE only hours while help could kept will a- zccnt genuine wrappers Given for 10 heads and a 2cent ther Goose Melodlea Illustrated and with- nlcelrllthDglJophed cover We havedifferent hooks so you can get au assortment CookBook I also room lion r Boys I The blades strong I Forl2Honheadsanda2cstnjp I MIUMSAa9UJMIthrm borUjrappwrUthUpaperl Compound Coffee SlJteenlarge I Picture II Easter I Greeting Given for 8 lion heads cut from Uon Cof fee wrappers and a tamp A highly artistic picture that will graco thefinest draw lugroom Tho- bnCklTOUnd of royal darkblue furnishes a n- appropriate contrast to the andherwti1te er lilies Size hlx28inchesForlolion and 1 cents we IGoldI For 25 lion and a 2cent tamp are plate bythejjIjIiIjJjjJIToDctermInetheSlzej and iAveryflneumbrellmadoofunionailktaffetalofFLAVORJolDtoftheODtIer storeindicates PocketKnifeI EaIyI Art 2cent will send Iit 1Flower1 For 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp American Beauty Roses and Liliesof UieValler Size 11x21 Inches liright and artIstlo coloring uTle Dancing Lesson I lIebrowndress form a pleasing combination of eel for8Iionkedsse4a2cantstap IMPORTANT NOTICL iWhaa wdtlsgfor tte orgpecir t r1irg o fl SPICE 00 ToIb Okie 4 I I IIHOMESS i ON i i I I III adjacent i I Murray residence There is J a cottage already on one end of the lot which we will sell J with 48 J feet of ground on ttlong time with a very small cash payment and small t monthly payments thereafter We are willing to builda cot- tagoJ to suit purchaser on the J other half of the lot and sell J on the same plan i For further information J consult R N Hudson offfthe L IL St L Ry Co t Cloverport Ky JI ttColumbia Finance and Trust Co i Louisville Ky J 4 4 4 O + o4 e G + Kirks Hew Store New Goods At prices that will surprise your purse t Everything in- Staple and Fancy Groceries S S FURROW 0 Kirk Ky I EGGSI will sell eggs from the following a vaiieties of thorough bred fowls at 8100 per sitting PlymouthRocks Cochins Black Langhans My fowls are large and BuffIMns G A I Box 32 Irvington SAnIJJ W A WALKER H C BOARD WALKER BOAR- DDENTISTS HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY At Irvington TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY alter Third Sunday Presnc1lko017 La8alieAvenuechicgohg- litabUshed lo yearsItegularlyJlllnhLeatWatureThe oldest largest most reliable nnu Inc teasfol Medical Iiutltote In the UK frlrate room for 1ntlcnts with farllltlri Microsvujtinltnd luaUdoubtfulWrltonnu Braces Club Pest Curvature of tue Hpltifs JIKParalrslsBar Skin and Blood Diseases and all Hu faclllllesavparulLtamd DiseaseWeuro every ae of Nerroos Debllltjr and 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treYousverslittle PhI RATU TO moss WIO UND rOil CAXALOGUXS AT ONC with SCHWARTZ SCHOOL wJto 3333 West Jellersoa St Louisville K WJWltoer The TAILOR that 1 Will be in Clovereh 2 refuse port on the 2d and 4thChrist Friday of every monthonJ llwJ with ever eJ- do I a Casper May Co- OANNBLTON sent t man IND But- Muton cannot own i PhTTHERATEOF 14I1s2t A WEEKPh1l senaltkPerAFbIa ChruRN ON Newspaper In the South d- Wiiatl atteiTheIfl Cart anyeniiigContains 10 12 or 16 pages dally Complete Dally MsrkeU aIthAll the Abstracts ol the Opinions of the Court of Appeals All tile OUX 8al Wainlngton and Prankfortffews j an EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY alvary NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN rundrcd ftPostdaiiyI The Rates = i o chi- 105 for Three Months HP I wriif200312 eoplfa fw 366 esata ents Send postal card teeMpksepk s t doc rwl1l- a a ii 6 4 b 44 cm n 1J 11I It80ttIj sloa q 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 7 Ii I i I t J J oo nit ate ork of- rft1J IAHa K R ar th lth ND 4e 111 90as asti e ties esa iJf M34 THE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG I By REV CHARLES M SHELDON Author ofloIn Ills Steps What Would Jesus Do Mnlcom Kirk Robert Hnrdys Seven Days Etc i Copyrighted 1800 by The Advocate Publishing Co 1JttAtAJllJHAiLKVRAiJlRtAlJl4jl sm ll ll lV LiW lWj Philip started at tho odd remark then recollected thdt tho old man had once been wealthy and sometimes In hlo Lalf dazed condition Philip thought probable he confounded tho humblest surroundings with his once luxurious home lie lingered a moment and the man said as if speaking to him self If they do not renounce all they have they cannot bo my disciples Good night Brother Man cried Philip as ho went out Good night Christs man replied his guest tad Philip went to his rest that night great questions throbbing In him and tho demands of the Master moro distinctly brought to his attention than ever Again as before when ho roso In tho morning ho found that his visitor was gone Ills eccentric movements accounted for his sudden disappear ances but they were disappointed They wanted to sea their guest again and question him about his history They promised themselves he would do so next time Iho following Sunday Philip preach c mso of those sermons which come ton man once or twlco in a whole minis trioIt was tho last Sunday of tho month and not n special occasion But there bad surged Into his thought the meaning of the Christian life with such uncontrollable power that his sermon reached hearts never before touch ed IIo remained at tho close of tho service to tall with several young men who seemed moved as never before After they had Bono away ho went Into his own room back of tho platform to get something ho had left there and to his surprise found the church sexton kneeling down by one of the chairs As tho minister camp In tho man rose and turned toward him Mr Strong I want to be a Chris flan I want to Join the church and fcad a different life Philip clasped his hand while tears rolled over the mans face IIo staid and talked with him and prayed with him and when ho finally went homo tho minister was convinced it was as strong and title a conversion as ho had over seen lie at onco related the story to his wife who hall gone on before to get dinner Why Philip sho exclaimed when he said tho sexton wanted to be Imp tizcdand unite with the church at tho next communion Calvary church will never allow him to unite with usl Why notrl asked Philip in amaze mentBccauso ho Is a negro replied his J1jnecnuso a moment In silence with his hat In his hand looking at his wlfo as she spokeCILiPTER XV slowly as ho ffOILPTERmeaning of his truth I nev er thought of that Ho sat down and looked troubled Do you think Sarah that because he Is a negro the church will refuse to receive him to mem bershlp It would not be Christian to refuse him- Them are other things that are Christian which the church of Christ on earth docs not do Philip replied till wife almost bitterly But what ever elso Calvary church may do or not do I am very certain It will never con sent to admit to membership a black man VBut there are so few negroes In Milton that they have no church I cannot counsel him to unite with his own people Calvary church must ad mit him Philip spoke with the quiet determination which always marked hW convictions when they were set L ut suppose tho committee refuses report his name favorably to the urcb what thenr Mrs Strong spoke with a gleam of hope In her heart that Philip would bo roused to indignation that ho would resign and leave Milton Philip did not reply at once IIo was haying an Inward struggle with his sensitiveness and his interpretation of nil Christ At last ho sold I dont know Sarah I shall do villit 1 think he would What I shall o afterward will also depend on what grist would do I cannot decide It et I have great faith In the church nciirth And yet what has It done for you 6 tar Philip Tho business men still WB and reat the saloons and gam WIg bouses The money spent by the church la all out of proportion to Its wealth Here you give away half opt Salary to build up tho kingdom of God and more than a dozen men in wary who aro worth fifty and a I 4mdred thousand dollars give less ten a hundredth part of their Income 4 Christian work In connection with church It makes my blood boUt ntllp to see how you are throwing wr life away In these miserable tene Lott and wasting your appeals on a irch that plainly does not Intend to Kdoea aotwllnttodoj11 Christ have It And I dont believe It r wIlL Uat not so siltsof that Sarah re k JMsPhtilp cheerfully I believe I ILL wia tlwiii yet The only thing Iji 1 j JUMt aa dot What h would m In this i 0- n s tJlr a 1a llV WiI Yllli lJNl1 ago of the world There is ono thing of which I am certain I am trying to do just as I believe ho would The mistakes I make are those which spring from my failure to Interpret his action right And yet I do feel deep in mo that If ho was pastor of this church today ho would do most of the things I have done He would preach most of tho truths I have proclaimed Dont you think so Sarah I dont know Philip Yes I think in most things you have made an hon est attempt to Interpret him And In the matter of the sexton Sarah wouldnt Christ tell Calvary church that It should admit him to Its membership Would he make any dis tinction of persons If tho man Is a Christian thoroughly converted and wants to be baptized and unite with Christs body on earth would Christ as pastor refuse him admission There is a great deal of race preju dice among tho people If you press tho matter Philip 1 feel sure It will meet with great opposition That Is not tho question with me Would Christ tell Calvary church that I the man ought to bo admitted That lIs Brother Strung Im afraid the church will object tho question I believe he would added Philip with his sudden grasp of practical action And MYs Strong knew that settled It with her husband It was the custom In Calvary church for tho church committee on now names for membership to meet at the ministers house on the Monday even ing preceding the preparatory service At that service all names presented by tho committee were formally acted up on by the church Tho committees action was generally considered final and the voting was In accordance with the committees report So when tho committee came In that evening following tho Sunday that had witnessed the conversion of the sexton Philip had ready a list of names In eluding several young men It was a very precious list to him It seemed almost for the first time since he camo to Milton as If the growing opposition to him was about to be checked and finally submerged beneath a power of the Holy Spirit which It was Philips dally prayer might come and do tho work which ho alono could not do That was ono reason ho had homo tho feel Ing against himself so calmly Philip read the list over to tho com mittee saying something briefly about nearly all the applicants for member ship and expressing his Joy that tho young men especially were coming In to the church family When ho reach ed the sextons name he related simply the scons with him after the morn- Ing service There was an awkward pause then The committee was plainly astonish ed Finally one said Brother Strong Im afraid the church will object to receiving tho sexton What Is his name Henry Roland Why he has been sexton of Calvary church for ten years said another an older member of tho committee Deacon Stearns by name Ho has been an honest capable man I never heard any complaint of him Ho has always minded his own business How ever I dont know how the church will take It to consider him as an applicant for membership Why brethren how can It take It In any except tho Christian way said Philip eagerly Hero Is a man who gives evidence of being born again Ho cannot bo present tonight when the other applicants come in later owing to work bo must do but I can say for him that he gave all evidence of a most sincere and thorough conversion Ho wishes to bo baptized Ho wants to unite with the church He Is of moro than average Intelligence He Is not a person to thrust himself Into places where people do not wish him a temperate Industrious modest quit workman a Christian believer asking us to receive him at the communion ta ble of our Lord There is no church for his own people here On what possible putext can the church refuse to admit him You do not know some of tho mem bers of Calvary church Mr Strong If you ask such a question There Is a very strong prejudice against the ne- gro In many families This prejudice Is especially strong just at this time owing to several acts of depredatl committed by tho negroes living dowu near the railroad tracks I dont be Jleve It would be wise to present this name lust now Diacnn araam ati- y f tel pcartd to speak for tho committee an of whom murmured assent In one form or another And yet said Philip roused to a sudden heat of Indignation and yet what IIs Calvary church doing to help to make ttow men down by tho rail road tracks any better Are wo concerned about them at all except when our coal or wood or clothing Is stolen or some one Is held up down there And when cue It them knocks at the door of the church can we calmly and coldly shut It lu his face simply because God made It a different color from ours Ihlllp stopped and then finished by saying very quietly Brethren do you thin Christ would receive this man Into the church There wrs no reply for n moment Then Dimon Stearns answered Brother iStrong we have to deal with humanity as It Is You cannot make people nil over This prejudice exists and sometimes we may hate to respect It In order to avoid greater trouble 1 know families In the church who will certainly withdraw 1f the sexton Is voted In as a niember And still said the old deacon with a sigh I believe Christ would receive him Into his churchBefore much more could be said tho different applicants came and as the custom was utter a brief talk with them about their purpose In uniting with the church and their discipleship they withdrew and the committee formally acted on the names for pres entation to the church The name of Henry Roland the sexton wns final ly reported unfavorably three of the committee voting against It Deacon Stearns nt last voting with the minis ter to present the sextons name with the others Xow brethren said Philip with u pad smile as they rose to go you know I have always been very frank In all our relations together and I am go log to present the sextons name to tit church Thursday night and let tho church vote on It In spite of tho action here tonight You know we Have only recommending power The church fe the final authority and It may acceptor reject aoy names we present I cauInot rest satisfied until wo know verdict of the church lu the matter Brother Strong said one of theI committee who had been opposed to the sexton you are right as to the ex tent of our authority but there Is no question In my mind as to the outcome of the matter It Is a question of ex pediency r do not have any feeling against the sexton but I think It would be very unwise to receive him Into membership and I do not believe theI church will receive him If you preI sent the name you do so on your own responsibility With mine said IXmeou Stearns He was the last to shako hands with the minister and his warm strong grasp gave Philip a sense of fellowship that thrilled him with a sense of courage and companionship very touch needed Ho nt once went up to his Btudy after tho committee was gone Mrs Strong coming up to see him later found him as she often did now on his knees In prayer Ah thou follower of Jesus In this century what but thy prayers shall strengthen thy soul In the strange days to come Thursday evening wAs stormy A heavy rain had set In before dark and a high wind blew great sheets of water through the streets and rattled looso boards and shingles about the tene ments Philip would not let his wife go out It was too stormy So he went his way alone somewhat sorrow ful at heart as he contemplated tho prospect of a small attendance on what he had planned should be an Important occasionHowever some of the best members of the church were out Tho very ones that were in sympathy with Philip and his methods were In the majority of those present and that led to an unexpected result when tho names of tho applicants for membership came before the church for action Philip read the list approved by tho cotmnltteo lid then very simply but powerfully told the sextons story and the refusal of the committee to recom mend him for membership Now I do not seo bow we can shut this disciple of Jesus out of his church concluded PhilIp And I wish to present him to this church for its ac tion Ho Is a Christian bo needs our help and our fellowship and as Chris tian believers as Olsclples of the Man of all the race as those who believe that there Is to bo no distinction of souls hereafter that shall separate them by prejudice I hope you will vote to receive this brother In Christ to our membership Tim voting on new members was done by ballot When tho ballots were all in and counted It was announced that all whose names were presented were unanimously elected except that of the sexton There were 12 votes against him but 20 for him and Philip declared tat according to the constitution of tho church he was duly elect ed The meeting then went on In the usual manner characteristic of prepar atory service The sexton had been present In the back part of the room and at the close of the meeting after all tho rest had gone ho and Philip bad a long talk together When Philip reached home he and Sarah bad an other long talk on the same subject What that was wo cannot tell until wo come to record the events of the com munion Sunday a day that stood out In Philips memory like one of the bleeding palms of his Master pierced with sorrow but eloquent with sacri Ace CONTINUED Eat aWbele Cabbage If you want tto It wont hurt you People use to think cabbage hung heavy In their stomachs After each meal no matter what you eat lake a dose of Dr Oaldwella Syrup Pepsin You will nev pr liaferfrom conttlpalton Indigestion TroublesShort v CjxiLpI i I Y4 Yi i Y 4 yV lvi V SAVE YOUR STARStar Un togs showing small stars printed on under Mo 1of tag Horse Shoo J T Good Luok Cross Bow and Drummond Natural Loaf Tin Tags aro of equal value In securing presents mentioned below and may bo assorted L Every man woman and child can find something on tho list j that they would like to have and can havo r TCTB Jed JEIir JcaTAO I i 113ratehnon M 13 Clock 5dayCalendarThermomnae e4+ 3KnifP ane blM l1IUd eel 9J Ir Barometer 8CO a llet nn 414 Inches 23 4 Olin rase leather nobetter mane 6W 4 Child pet Knit Fork and Hpooa U 2 UOYOlrtr nutoautlc double action 6 Salt and Itppfr Hot onofiach quad 31 or W caliber 60- 0rarUpHt1 white metal 60 28 Tool Set not playthings but real 6 French Briar Wood 17pe a tools CM 7 Razor hollow 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MARKET AT I Y2PRICE t1 1 e We have purchased the entire stock of Pianos Organs and Musical Instruments of the Greenup Music Co AS OUR WAREROOMS ARE CROWDED TO THE DOORS we willffor the next thirty 30 days sell the stock at just onehalf original prices This will prove tho g greatest sale in the history of LouisvilleI88 PIANOS AND ORGANS MUST BE SOLD LOOK AT THESE PRICES I Neatly now 850 Steinway Upright mahogany case 425 A new 8480 Chickering mahogany caso for 265 A new 400 Poole Piano walnut case for 195 tA new 386 mahogany Stultz Baur Pinno tr187iy A new 8350 Greenup Piano in any wood for 175 g New 360 Haines Co for 185 g spAKJSteinwtiys 10 JItinsJI GREAT BARGAINS IN ORGANSEsteys Per eachIrand Votoys Mason Hamlin and s others Sto49each ittfiift Greenups entire stock of small Musical Instruments at half cost Get a Guitar or Mandolin at your own prices This stock is new and fresh and is very fine but must be sold with the rest This is the greatest sale ever held in the South We propose to dispose of this entire stock within thirty days sooner if possible It willjpay you to investigate these remarkable bargains even if you had riot intended buying for some little time Purchasers living outside of tho city are invited to write for special list of bargains in new Uprights SMITH NIXON CO 622 and 624 Fourth Avenue Bet Walnut and Chestnut Sts OXJISVILILE 2CST In order to accommodate the large number of purchasers who can not find it convenient to call during the day we will keep the store open until 930 otalock every night this week c l 1 fI ilI w It HendersoIfltUte Lonimlli BIDdmoDJtlS lTAUlaJI1 Co JrreI J EAST Itl M Iu IN 41 o 46 atiSEvansville24SmHendersonI I Hfihukt 317lId313Wotthington 39Stanley344Griffith329Mattingly8Q7 jppPateg 1419lVaitmaa 481Falcon423PetrleIlIawenille 1 7 for Cannelton Scelt120t lQ r 4b0- Sklllman y 50 449 g 8 Shop I I rM 6iloverport Y4tl 503 Holt r to 4 Mi 10 516Stephenport 625 612Ilne643Veblter661IrvinltlonIGwllon106Ekrnn1101 618 tt10 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NPyt elr reedy 1 tTt t J i r fi E t 8 THE BRHCKENR1EKJE NEWS WfiBNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 f r i t r i i 1 1i i t For Blood Stomach and Nerves Takei 7 4 k j l floods Sarsapariliaj H i It Cures Scrofula Dyspepsia Nervousness IRVINGTON A handful of good pure life is better than a bnabel of learning Mr Hawes was called to Ilaweaville to see her mother who is sick Miss Annie Tydings of Loulcyllle is a delightful visitor in our midst Miee Brandenburg is with here sister Mrs Chamberlain forn short stay The true worth of n man in to be measured lly the objects lie pursues On account of elckneta your scribe failed to secure items for our little burg Jast week In reply to that little ones question I will aav that politeness in to do and say the kindness things in the kindest way Miss Ermine Munford of Guson who bas been quite sick with pneumonia is at this writing reported greatly im provedThere wasa double wedding in our town last week contracting parties being Mrs AL Collins and T J Adkisson George Wesman and Miss Harteaw All who know themselves be In debt to the drug department of It P Hlgginn will please call and ettlea all accounts must be collected by April let Little Lewis Herndon who was so dangrrouely ill last week lis now beyond danger and the hearts of many are exultnnt over this devlne providence Prof Mack Avitt and wife are to be congratulated upon the arrival of a sweet little girl who has come as an an gel of hve to dwell in their home and hearts Th shortness of life is bound up in its fullnrpH It iis to him who is most ac tive flways thinking feeling working carrying for people and for things that life FP ms short Strip a life empty and it will seem long enough The Presbyterians held services in their new house of worship Saturday and Sunday Christians were there from all ntler churches to wish them God speed in their labors in this field of work They hope to be able to dedicate their church sometime in May Wn lirA often obliged to pull the oar of duty wtH our backs to the future we cannot tell what the morrow will bring forth i It is our business to pull at the OUR of prayer and labor and leave rudder in the divine Helmsmans theII All the ladies an cordially invited call at Jolly Oaino anti inspect their early display of the prettiest seasonable goods that have ever been shown in IrvI- ngton The beautiful silks ginghams corded taffetas and other goods rival the Fourth Ave stores of Louisville Lovelv parcales white goods and every variety of trimmings also a new line of rugs chenille covers ladies and chll drens bonnets embroideries Jcc also new lot of san silk in naiorteil colors for Mmng pictures roost A oTuEn CORRESPONDENT Sam Herndon writes delightedly of his new surroundings in ClarksvilleTenn Miss Ida Gardner of Union Star is visiting her brother Sheriff Will Gardener Miss Annie Mae Herndon of Louis vllle is an attractive visitor at T X Mc Glcthlans Bro hell Is somewhat indisposed for which we are sorry and hope he will soon regain his usual good health Misses HawfB and Gregory continue their pleasant stay with Mr and Mrs R E Hawes W H Cain Jr and Miss Florence spent Sunday at Dawleyville attendl JK church and other religious exercises of dayMrs Redman is in Louisville pur chasing her stock of millinery Look out for first class goods and goods to please all alike Mrs Will Gardner entertained a num her of young people last Friday evening in honor of her sister Miss Ida All report a very delightful time Mrs Paul Frost is not feeling so well these days but we are hoping that when the bright warm days come to stay she will improve and be quite herself again The many friends of Ken Wathen sympathize deeply with him and his family in his Illness and earnestly hope and pray for his ultimate restoration to health lllllll Krall and Miss Eva Herndon visited Mrs Bennett at her delightful home Saturday Tis needless to say that the day was a charming one in eVe ery tense of the word Mre Bramletto and little ones are visiting her old home while awaltine the completion of her new home which is being rapidly pushed and will be a neat and beautiful little cottage Miss Lily McGlothlan is down atI Grayson Springs with her sister Mrs Henry Herndon Hurry home Miss Lily oli Ridielo Ifcu not fill this column in your MH ncobtlc theca rqullmMs Oui nnrv who has ben quit strinuMy ill is vry mesh Jmprutr- dinc elseI hen mir+ d lurk tn Irvlnuton This prnv a that the vn sir rf Irving ton is invlitorntirg Others willh b nrm out in this Ustlniiiny Speaking rf the fl if and fondly levrdl rwhlp I mn t Ml yninff th little teas urnovrmt Mr Jobu Will Dnitp whose happy little mother asserts that her baby lis the swieteft and pettiest lifcau it looks just like Jnoius- Di no foiget to come to church Wednesday evening at oclock Hrnlh er Mell makes there services helpful and interfiling and B other Lewis does likewiBH IrHt his unnrcli every Thurs due Com nut to nth 8rvicee A Colored woman preacher who lies great weight with her people has been doing some good work among them for this past ten dave A number of the white people often went over to hear ber preach IIlrz laudl earnestness are to be commended Irvington will soon have the opportunity of hear g Rev John Crowe lec turn The Tell Tale Tick of Time which lIs so highly approved and well spoken of This will surely be a treat to which many of ui are looking forward with much pleasure Morris Jolly comes home from Har dlnsburg every Friday glad to be back to the little town He Iis delighted with his school and thinks Prof Roberts a fine teacher and Mrs Kite Beard a de lightful landlady who knows how to take good care of buys who are so fortunrte as to he her boarders Mrp Roy J Cain returned home after a weeks stay with her parents near Bewleyville Master Robert Bauford Cain who has not yet been introduced through this column is a floe fellow and the pride of his Jaddyto say nothing of the numerous youngsters next door and the aunty thrown in The members of the Methodist church are indebted to Roy J Cain for securing a splendid new bell for the church and having it placed in position This he did without soliciting aid from any of the home people but from business firms with whom be deals and who promptly and generously responded to his appeal Mrs Dr Moormau continues her stay with her mother at her country home Mrs Moorman has not been well recently but we anticipate a full return of health with tile coming of spring Master L B continiis to grow and in the pride of the fond parents to say nothing of many others who rejoice with them in the happy possession of such a treasure For linseed oil call on R S Bandy and Nute McGlothlan They buy cheap by advancing money on same but dont mention this to them they are a little sore on the subject Nute is alto an up todate undertaker he ne + below cost and throws in the trimmings His explanation I of this lIs that he hRIIs so many coffins Now dont mention this to Nute Free of Charge Any adult Buffering from a cold settledI on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will be presented with a sample bottle of Bosch ees German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle liven to one person and none to child ren without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such 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 tell you KB success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy general ly endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value Sold by dealers in all clvillzsd countries Death of Mrs Pauley Mrs Tom Pauley of this county near Holt died at her home Saturday morn lug March JMth She was burled near H lies Run at the Waggoner graveyard Sunday morning Revs T V Joiner and 55 Ferrall conducting the services Mrs Pauley was the daughter of Way mond Furr w formerlof this place She leaves a husband and a baby three weeks old ill gold sold by all drug upon ERADriFLD REGULATOR Cora run Atlanta Georgia I BRANDENBURG If Mien Virginia Rbv1 lim been tit+ sick Mf Lancaster of rr Faueity is vtcltinir Ms Annie Donduran- tTheres a bran new wharf boat nt thn I leei Hugs Green the wharf moster is justly prnnd of it Mrs Dr Burch and Mrs EmmKt Cflc man visited relatlv a in Loniovile last week M A 0 Burton spent a f w days In Richmond Ky last weeknn business Mewrs F E ilardrsty arid Doc Grey took his pleas in the recitation room DeWitts Little Early Usrs purify he blood irlenn the liver Invigorate the system Famous liver pills for consti pation and liver trouble 4 R Fisher Brother Duvall preached lastSaturday and tjiimlav hia reguW appointment here If any mortal man ever did walk in His steps and do an Jtsus would do Brother Duvall is that morlalII Miss Florence Smith and Mr Will i Smith were guests of their aunt lire R H Nevitt last week They will leave for their home In Denver Colorado in about two weeks Local optiou is being Agitated in our old town Whenever we fight whisky let everybody vote this Prohibition tick et Dont vote thllllcnslI and then take it out of certain plac s 11I Mabel Hardin was hostess for the X V Tuesday afternoon New games had come and the afternoon was charmingly pppnt Refreshment always wind up thieve delightful occasions Brandenburg Normal had a floe liter ary llast Friday night Oratory flowed discussions waxed warm i recitations eppsyp declamations and music were all good The society will meet every Fri day night- Mr 0 G foremen his withdrawn from the race for county clerk to fill the unexplred term but will make the race next time W D Ashcraft Stuart Ow ings and Wallace Medley are in the field The Catholic choir is doing good work on Starks Mats in 0 with Miss Lena Nevitt as organist Father Myerfng lis a musician himself and has a sweet full voice Besides the mass some pretty hymns will be sung Easter Great opportunity offered to good re liable meet Salaryof 15 per week and expenses for a man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and kinsect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mg Co Terre Haute Ind All work and no play makes Jack such a dull boy Let us have amusements pastimes recreation for mind arid body This old world is oiily a temporary abid ing place so short LSI un be happy and make others happy while WH can There are BO many little things we can all d- oSheI have never loved before HlAnd why my precious Surely there are others ai worthy HB I She That wasnt it I had indigest ion so bad I never could endure their prattle but I took a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and have never seen any sign of it since Get it of Short Haynes The Ladles Aid met with Mrs John Frakes last Monday Mrs J W Lewis was reelected President Mrs 0 0 Fairleigh first VicePresident Mrs Jolin Frakes Secretary Mrs G H Casperke Treasurer This society has done a world of good in the Methodist church and the good work Is still going on There are twentyfour members Miss Maude Herndon of Akron Ohio writes me she will make a tour of Ken tucky this summer with her teacher a young lady aud a professor of oratory They will remain in earl town in their route one week giving lectures private lessons parlor talks closing with a recit al Maude wishes to come and give lessons recital etc under the auspices of our reading club She is a bright sweet Brandenburg girl whom we would love to have come and we have taken her of fer under consideration I have the photographic section of the Kansas City World March 18 In it is a liHiiflsnme picture of A S Moremen or Be rt as we all call him the clever juggler ai the Orpheum last week Bert is shown In several different performances and lies certainly made a decided ht In UH Western City We who have womans Nature Into love children and no home can be eompte ely hap py without them yet the ordeal through which the- expectallt mother mint pars Jif uiualty lull of ufferlng and danger that she looks forward to the critlctl hour with appre hension and dread MdTHER8 PRIKKD bjolIpelletrAtl rand toothing prolesallays nines nerrouineu and all unpleasant feeling and to the system that she passes through the event safely with but little suffering aiumbera have testified and amid it is worth its weight It U toaI q to Mothers friend seen him knojr him to be wpnderfnl Ja many feats Hill wife and child ere with him and we wish floppiness and auccera for allot them our own horn young people The redding cluli had a host de lightful afternoon with lilies Fanuie Phillips last Thursday Mrs Fan 1UJoI1I jjoined giving uiffrten members No one ran comt In now until Rimeo and JuMet Ih finished ills D W Lewis lU4es Wntlienn Hamilton and Miyfae Pnmv red Lgit refreahimnls am a way arved l lit ut xt III chug nil Ii with MIB Mayilin Punv April 6li Lewisfl 1 Iwore tin rradfng slut ilificusMOtm Ihis anI1 liMve from that idtawBkii lain K merV ir eilttite coii lii ifffmn 0 Dr P VtFonleif Ivingop at Ip iniul of his gllt edge duller Ilnnx Ul must beautifully from hi Lnkrlaud dairy faun jut us ho is now ihipplng It to the market TUB packagx is of hla own de sign ami tliern ial nothing Ilk It put on the LouisvilJ market and iiUcnetiinerH like it hi curse tliefe js nci wasteI anrti tillI the SWI tltlll1I1t III rtfalnd Dr FOOCH Is enthnted on the iubj ct rf pure fool and he especially Iljljnduiices begun but ter Us wants us nil to do what no ran for the pure rood billi on fts parsagM and then the enforcrm lit of laws lie IH greta old KerTtuckyd slnwuree St e IIlit slow at Frankfurt n this line and he sayHj if wuiin rot ngee politi cally let DruiucraU Rcpuuliiann nod PopullsfBgriK when it cons tn tide matter lff public hfHlth Well thue no use in talking good UUHT IS devoutly to be vvlbtied for I have no other kind as Mrs Dr Putey Mrs R BI Sbacklett and now Mrs H 0 Woodson have glltedged butter pure and sweet as the dew from the shamrock I have just returned through the courtesy of D M Duncan from ads liichtrul visit to my friends Mrs H V Duncan Mrs R Li Newsom and Mrs J D Babbagf at Clovtr ort These ladies are ideal entertainers have sweet homer happy firesides and to be an in mate of such homes m ans genuine pleasure I pp nt an hour or two in the NEWS office whichiii uptodate iuev ry detail This howeyeris supeifluous in formatldn as Our tepee speaks for Itself Miss Maggie Btwuier is charmed With her duties on the staff and Is making rapid progress inbxrilne of work Had I time I could write at length about this pleasant trip and that fine sermon I heard by Rev J M Crowe on Sunday morning Mr J Sheer Sedalls Mo saved his childs life by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors had giyenlier up to die with croup Its an infallible cure for coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat aDdluotrroubles Relieves at onclA R Fisherj STEPH NS PORT Mew spring eults fcre now in order WT Livers wept to Hawesville tSun day 11 Mrs F 0 Ferry is at home and rapid ly regaining her health Mr M Blaine isl able to be out again after several days Indisposition In the spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love Floyd Miller Henderson spent Sun day with his father Eo A4 Miller Brother Galloway did not fill his pul pit Sunday evening on account of illness Mies Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I suffered a iqng time with dye spepsia lost flesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured me It digests wbat you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never fails to give immediate relief In the worse casesA R Fisher We are glad to note the name of one ofour home boys Veeter Parr eon off Mr J M Parr among the names of eightysix graduates of the Medical l- ieILYONSI t f I I III TRADgiMARKI I LAXATIVE SYRUPNATURES CONSTIPATION t 115 made from the that cest extracts of Injjunious forftheSick Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and f clearfanylaxattvedruggist will refund the money An Ideal remedy for children as well fils adults For sale by druggists at soc per bottle tt For Saleb supai 8 IIAYNE9 CLOVER RT KY ur Y n CoatedLook at your tongue Is it coated P Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is k weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres an old and re liable cure Yf r11Dont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to causeonegood free move followingYou very next day Your yourdyspepsiayourheadaches your tongue clears up your liver acts wen and your bowels no longer give you trouble Price 25 anti Alt drunliU If I tare taken Aycri rjlls for 33 years and I consider them thq betmade Ono pill does me moro ctxxl than half a box of any other kind I havo over tried UN N E TALBOT March 30 1830 Arrlngton tans paftment UnlvtwHy of Tenn Verier has worked heard arM deserves succors W N Morgan WAIIII Oloverport lust week soliciting pictures for enlargmnnt- Mr and Mrs Eugene Kingsbury Clo verport spent Sunday with relatives ai d friendsJ Lay Mayor of Gas City Visited his parents Mr and Mrs H Lay two days last wee- kWalkereTonicIsthelink that picks up the vital force of man In his run down state and binds him to health andl strength by recuperating the Brain reg ulating the action of the Heart aud nourishing the Nervous System Mr Geo Birkley lefcThnrsday for a ten days visit to his sun Lame at State College Lexington Last week J N Perry sold a fine mule to Wm Gilbert Consideration one hundred aud five dollars L B McCubbhiB has closed his school at McGavocks and IB at home Hence forth his lot will be cast with the peda Rogues of Colorado When children have earache saturate a piece of cotton with BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop the pain quickly Price 25 and and 50 cents Mrs M Blaine is in Louisville pur chasing her spring millinery She wish es to thank her 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